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Family of three escapes fire in New London

New London, N.Y. - A family of three made it out alive Sunday morning, but their pets did not, after a fire quickly destroyed their home in New London.

Village plans for development of Frankfort Marina

FRANKFORT, N.Y. (WKTV) - It's a project they've been talking about in Frankfort since 2006. The development of the Frankfort Marina is becoming a reality. The village is set to purchase 11 acres of land from the Canal Corporation.

Multiple police agencies converge on small town of Brookfield

Police have clarified reports of a possible shots fired incident and an alleged gunshot victim in Brookfield.

New business to provide new hope for those struggling with obesity

The number of Central New Yorkers going under the knife for weight loss surgery is growing as the obesity rate continues to rise.

Reports of shots fired in Madison County town of Brookfield

BROOKFIELD, NY - Authorities and emergency crews responded to the small Town of Brookfield in Madison County Thursday evening to reports of shots fired.

Police:Utica man accidentally drops cocaine at local school

A Utica man is facing charges after he reportedly dropped a large amount of cocaine at a local middle school.

City of Utica: no fee permit for public sidewalk cafe'

UTICA, NY - It certainly doesn't feel like spring yet, but Utica is gearing up for the warmer weather by offering restaurant owners the option of utilizing public sidewalk space for dining.

Students get a close up look at STEM during Science and Technology Shadow Day

Students from many different school districts left the comfort of their classrooms today to get into the workplace.

Inspection day for Junior ROTC marches on at MVCC

Today was inspection day for the Junior ROTC program at MVCC in Utica.

Transformer fire knocks power out to some New Hartford customers

A transformer fire in New Hartford on Thursday afternoon led to a power outage for some customers.

Community Readers Day at Jefferson Elementary celebrates the love of reading

Teaching children the importance of reading and giving them ideas about what career they might want to pursue was the focus at Thomas Jefferson elementary school in north Utica today.

Werenski found guilty of murder in wife's death

Christopher Werenski, the Rome man accused of killing his wife Carrie in July, was found guilty of second-degree murder by an Oneida County jury Thursday.

Local authorities on lookout for man wanted on warrant

Local police are searching for a man wanted on a warrant.

Route 5S east Oriskany Street, Route 12 south reduced to one lane

A travel advisory is in effect for the City of Utica Thursday.

New Hartord Rotary Club honors 2 local public servants

The New Hartford Rotary Club recognized two public servants at the club's annual First Responders Award Dinner at the Yahnundasis Golf & Country Club Wednesday evening.

Stomp Out Cancer Telethon raises nearly 90K

The Stomp Out Cancer Telethon at the Cancer Center at the Mohawk Valley Health System raised $89,220, on Wednesday night.

Fire damages home in the Town of Stark

A home in the Town of Stark was damaged by a fire on Wednesday night, and now the home is not suitable for living conditions, according to fire officials.

Local 'Light it Up Blue' for autism initiative

UTICA, NY - A local group wants as many people as possible to 'Light it Up Blue' for autism awareness.

Local scouts play a role in emerging Little Free Libraries

WEST WINFIELD, N.Y. (WKTV) - Take a book, return a book. Little Free Libraries are a nationwide trend. The idea is to promote literacy but the construction of these small buildings is proving to be a lesson in itself.

Oneida County and VVS enter agreement to give district $630,000 a year

Oneida County and the VVS school district entered an agreement that will give the district $630,000 a year.

5-8-12 arterial construction is "right on schedule"

When you drive over the 5-8-12 arterial, in Utica, you'll notice a lot of changes to your right if you're heading south and to your left if you're heading north. That’s the new highway, the new bridge we will be driving over next year when work is complete.