When the temperature skyrockets, humans aren’t the only ones affected by the heat. Animals at the Utica Zoo don’t have a thermostat they can adjust - so employees are getting creative when it comes to keeping our favorite creatures cool.
Jerry Dupuis, from the Fulton Chain of Lakes Performing Arts Council, shared information on the latest concert events, including "An Evening with the Symphony" on July 29 under the tent at Arrowhead Park.
A judge has refused to remove the New Orleans district attorney's office from the prosecution of a man who is charged with second-degree murder in the death of former Saints and Proctor High School football star Will Smith.
For live updates, follow Utica College Government Professor, political analyst Luke Perry for behind-the-scenes coverage at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Cathy Schillaci is a strong advocate for better treatment for people addicted to heroin and opiates. She never expected to have first-hand knowledge and experience on the issue until her son returned from the military addicted to painkillers.
Ahead of Donald Trump taking the podium Thursday night, WKTV’s political correspondent, Utica College Government Professor Luke Perry, had the chance to sit down with the New York Chair for the nominee's campaign – Carl Paladino.
The Whitestown Post 1113 American Legion baseball team defeated Smith Post 5-1 in the District 5 Final to cruise through the double elimination tournament, going undefeated, and capturing the District 5 title, Thursday.
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) say four New York metro areas were recently ranked among the lowest vehicle theft areas in the U.S.
A hearing has been postponed until Friday on whether the New Orleans district attorney should be removed from the prosecution of the man accused of fatally shooting former Saints defensive end, Proctor-grad Will Smith.
It’s Miracle Makeover Wednesday, and this week WKTV stopped by Grace Furniture in Marcy to learn all about the latest trends in home design and furniture options and we also learned that the local business is giving away 500 dollars as part of the Children's Miracle Network - Miracle Makeover!