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May. 30, 2016

Announcement for the Deerfield Fire Department's chicken barbecue. For more information, please view the above video.

May. 26, 2016

Memorial Day events around Central New York.

May. 29, 2016

Downed trees and wires caused some power outages, and roads to be shut down.

May. 29, 2016

The historic Doyle Hardware Building in Utica has a new owner.

May. 29, 2016

NYS Police have charged two liquor store clerks after an underage drinking initiative in Onondaga County.

May. 29, 2016

NYS Police in Alexandria Bay continue to investigate a fatal ATV accident in the Town of Theresa, in Jefferson County.

May. 28, 2016

Members of the West Canada Watershed Alliance, property owners, and Assemblyman Marc Butler gathered to demand safeguards for their water source.

May. 28, 2016

Police say the scam artist threatens people with police arrest, deportation, driver's license revocation and law suits if they don't pay a bogus tax bill.

May. 28, 2016

Utica Police are searching for the suspect in a hit and run accident which left a pedestrian with minor injuries.

May. 28, 2016

The Oneida County Sheriff's Office is looking for a suspect after a hit and run in the Town of Vienna this afternoon that left a nine-year-old with multiple injuries.

May. 28, 2016

This Memorial Day weekend, parades and ceremonies will be held across the nation to honor fallen veterans. But, on a hot Saturday morning, a group of students from Notre Dame Junior-Senior High School gathered to remember those who have served in the armed forces in a different way.

May. 28, 2016

A 61-year-old Marcy man's body is located in Big Moose Lake today, after an accident Friday night.

May. 28, 2016

Utica, N.Y. - A film production company called Public Record out of Brooklyn came to Utica on Saturday to try to find some actors for their upcoming film called 'We the Animals', named after the book written by Justin Torres.

May. 28, 2016

Firefighters from four different departments spent several hours Friday afternoon battling a fire just outside of Old Forge on Hollywood Road.

May. 28, 2016

Utica, N.Y. - Utica Police say an unidentified pedestrian was struck by a vehicle around 2:19 Friday morning at the intersection of N. Genesee St. and Wurz Ave..

May. 27, 2016

This year's theme "Saluting the Price of Freedom" came with a special tribute to local veterans who'd lost their lives.

May. 27, 2016

Hartwick, N.Y. - Otsego County Sheriff Richard Devlin Jr. says it's been a busy week. First a bank robbery in Edmeston on Monday and then some major vandalism reported at Hartwick Cemetery on Wednesday, plus preparing for the big Memorial Day Weekend festivities all around the county, especially in Cooperstown at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, has kept his staff quite busy.

May. 27, 2016

Tracking nonfatal overdoses

May. 27, 2016

Police and Fire Retiree Memorial

May. 27, 2016

3,700 people without power in Town of Web

May. 27, 2016

Oneida County Sheriff's remind boaters to be safe on the water

May. 27, 2016

Property auctions net City of Utica $349,000

May. 27, 2016

Tomas Zavalidroga Sentenced

May. 27, 2016

Verizon Strike Latest

May. 27, 2016

Summer Time Grilling Tips

May. 27, 2016

SAUQUOIT, NY - A faulty valve is being blamed for a gas spill at the gas station in Sauquoit.

May. 27, 2016

Senators announce $1.5M for cleanups in Upstate New York

May. 27, 2016

One car accident on Higby Road

May. 27, 2016

Announcement for the "Wine in the Wilderness" event to benefit the Utica Zoo. For more information, please view the above video.

May. 27, 2016

Information for the 32nd annual Power of the Past show. For more information, please view the above video.

May. 26, 2016

The Hotel Utica will soon be under the Hilton Hotels & Resorts brand.

May. 26, 2016

Utica, NY -- A suspicious package found on the Utica's west end has turned into a meth investigation.

May. 26, 2016

New Hartford, NY -- The Ride for Missing Children is one week away and many riders are crossing their fingers that the weather stays as nice as it was Thursday evening.

May. 26, 2016

In 1999 the program moved to the Bronx, partnering with SUNY Maritime College. Now, there is an opportunity to expand back home.

May. 26, 2016

The sale of the Hotel Utica is complete. Vision Hotels is buying the local landmark.

May. 26, 2016

The Tabernacle Baptist Church in Utica is getting some much needed funds for repairs, thanks to a state grant.

May. 26, 2016

For those who plan to be out on the water this Memorial Day weekend, here are some friendly reminders for you.

May. 26, 2016

Forty-seven Utica Police officers are recognized for their outstanding work in the community.

May. 26, 2016

Police say one suspect is in custody after a standoff situation in Ilion shortly after noon on Thursday.

May. 26, 2016

The highest award for heroism in the ranks of the New York State Police was given to a state trooper originally from the Poland area: Trooper Gurdo.

May. 26, 2016

Dave Scranton, the race director for the Black Fly Challenge Adirondack Mountain Bike Race, announced information for their 21st annual run.

May. 26, 2016

The 22nd Congressional District candidate Steve Wells was at Griffiss Airport Thursday morning.

May. 26, 2016

Three local pediatrics groups have cut ties with Mohawk Valley Health Systems.

May. 26, 2016

The Oneida County Executive is spreading the word that Griffiss International Airport is important to not only to the community, but on a national level.

May. 25, 2016

Morris girl continues skills at next round of Scripps National Spelling Bee

May. 26, 2016

Some local pediatricians will no longer send their patients to MVHS for treatment. A concerned parent contacted NewsChannel 2 Wednesday night about a letter sent out.

May. 26, 2016

Broken glass, damaged lights and more than 50 headstones knocked over.

May. 25, 2016

State Sen. Joseph Griffo R-Rome held a public forum on heroin and opioid addiction for people to share their stories and work together to find solutions to the growing drug epidemic in Oneida County.

May. 25, 2016

The City of Utica hosted a property auction on Wednesday night at city hall.

May. 25, 2016

A new service is launching this weekend in Cooperstown that will make it easier for tourists to get around. "Follow the trolley" is a website that lets you know exactly where the trolley is moment to moment.

May. 25, 2016

President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Jeff Idelson, joins us for NewsTalk to talk about the Hall of Fame Classic returning to Doubleday Field on May 28th. The game will feature Hall of Famers Andre Dawson, Rollie Fingers, Fergie Jenkins, Phil Niekro, Ryne Sandberg and Ozzie Smith as managers and coaches for the seven-inning legends game.

May. 25, 2016

It's a scenario that Central Valley Academy in Ilion will likely never see again, and is unlikely in most other local high schools, as well; twin sisters as valedictorian and salutatorian.

May. 25, 2016

Local Rosie the Riveter Marilynn Jean White will graduate with the Class of 2016 on June 24th.

May. 25, 2016

Your hobby can now turn into a career. Mohawk Valley Community College is now offering a degree in small unmanned aerial systems – AKA drones.

May. 25, 2016

Where can local youths turn to, when there's nowhere to go?

May. 25, 2016

Herkimer Mayor Tony Brindisi says Captain Jeff Crim is now in charge of the Village of Herkimer Police Department.

May. 25, 2016

A trial is underway for the former Oneida County legislator accused of groping a woman and harassing her too.

May. 25, 2016

The City of Utica Real Property auction is on for Wednesday night at the Common Council Chambers at 7 p.m.

May. 25, 2016

Two Oneonta residents are accused of breaking into a residence and stealing items worth over $3,000.

May. 25, 2016

A Prospect woman is accused of driving while under the influence of drugs after police allegedly found her unresponsive in a vehicle.

May. 25, 2016

A Lee man was sent to the hospital after a truck drove off the road, hitting him while he mowed his lawn.

May. 25, 2016

It’s not the luck of the duck, but the luck of the current, at Utica National's 'Duck Days' fundraiser for the Children's Miracle Network.

May. 25, 2016

Chances are, if you're driving anywhere across the Mohawk Valley now and in the coming weeks, you'll encounter those orange cones, possibly detour signs, and crews hard at work.

May. 25, 2016

It's Miracle Makeover Wednesday and once again, local businesses are stepping up to offer bonus prizes to help boost ticket sales for the Children's Miracle Network Miracle Makeover raffle.

May. 25, 2016

Courage, commitment and character - those are the qualities New York State has recognized in two local students.

May. 25, 2016

An Albion man is accused of driving while intoxicated with a BAC over three times the legal limit.

May. 25, 2016

A Whitesboro mom is facing seven drug charges.

May. 25, 2016

Dunkin’ Donuts is inviting residents of the Mohawk Valley to get ready for summer with the return of “Iced Coffee Day.” On Wednesday, May 25, $1 from every cup of Iced Coffee sold at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in Utica will directly benefit the Food Bank of Central New York.

May. 25, 2016

Announcement for a golf tournament at the Cedar Lake Golf Club. For more information please view the above video.

May. 25, 2016

Announcement for the "Obedience Fun Match" for dogs at the Kirkland Town Park. For more information, please view the above video.

May. 24, 2016

Eight entrepreneurs from all over the country presented their startup companies at the second annual Commercialization Academy Demo Day, at the Thincubator in Utica.

May. 24, 2016

Needed bridge repairs to cause travel delays in Milford next fall

May. 24, 2016

UTICA, NY - Authorities say there were no injuries following a traffic accident along Route 5s Tuesday evening.

May. 24, 2016

The attorney for Word of Life Christian Church met the Board of Assessment Review in New Hartford on Tuesday, to try to get the church's tax exempt status back.

May. 24, 2016

Village of Herkimer Mayor Tony Brindisi says Police Chief Joseph Malone has put in retirement papers. Chief Malone is not saying whether the timing has anything to do with a recent independent audit of village government, which has produced scathing accusations against certain members of the police department.