National

May. 26, 2016

Despite controversies and scrutiny on the campaign trail, Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton and presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump remain unfazed.

May. 25, 2016

Protests flare up at a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico.

May. 24, 2016

The National Spelling Bee got underway today in Washington, D.C., and WKTV is watching for a local face.

May. 24, 2016

With the unofficial start of summer upon us, many are concerned about the pending arrival of the mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus.

May. 24, 2016

The trainer of Nyquist says the Kentucky Derby winner is sick and won't run in the Belmont Stakes on June 11.

May. 24, 2016

Bill Cosby is waiving his right to formal arraignment in a Pennsylvania sex assault case.

May. 24, 2016

Toyota is recalling an additional 1.6 million cars due to airbag defects.

May. 24, 2016

NEWSChannel 2's Audrey Russo breaks down recent campaign trail rhetoric. Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton says presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump's economic proposals would increase national debt and let Wall Street "run wild." Meanwhile, Trump releases a controversial web attack ad that targets both Hillary and former president Bill Clinton. Meanwhile, a new wave of protestors are lining up outside Trump Towers in New York City. For more information, view the above video.

May. 23, 2016

A Baltimore police officer has been acquitted of assault and other charges in the arrest of Freddie Gray, a young black man who died a week after he was critically injured in police custody.

May. 23, 2016

A new season champion will be crowned tonight on "The Voice," and our local favorite, Ryan Quinn, will make an appearance during the finale.

May. 23, 2016

Former NBA and SU player Etan Thomas has called out a woman he says denied him a seat next to her on a crowded train, only to offer it up to another passenger.

May. 23, 2016

A Rome native is headed to Rio to compete in the Paralympic Games this fall. Tammy Delano is currently living in Colorado at the Olympic Training Center where she is fine-tuning her shooting skills.

May. 23, 2016

Tom Brady will appeal his four-game suspension by the NFL, seeking a second hearing before the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court.

May. 23, 2016

The CDC - caught in a funding limbo - has moved $44 million from emergency preparedness grants to target Zika.

May. 20, 2016

U.S. Park Police said on Twitter that the shooting happened on West Executive Drive on Friday afternoon.

May. 20, 2016

The number of pregnant women in the United States infected with Zika virus is suddenly tripling, due to a change in how the government is counting cases.

May. 18, 2016

A Greek military official says an Egyptian search plane has located two orange items believed to be from the missing EgyptAir flight.

May. 19, 2016

The Senate has approved its $1.1 billion plan to combat the Zika virus. This sets the stage for difficult negotiations with house republicans over how much to devote to fighting Zika and whether to cut Ebola funding to help pay for it.

May. 19, 2016

Labrador "Jake" is a regular customer at the drive-thru window at the Circle H Bar-B-Q & Grill, and the only one that eats for free.

May. 19, 2016

CBS says veteran journalist and "60 Minutes" correspondent Morley Safer has died at age 84.

May. 19, 2016

Transportation Security Administration officials hold a news conference to discuss the long airport lines.

May. 19, 2016

Decision 2016 news update, with new numbers showing a different trend in polling.

May. 18, 2016

The latest issue of People magazine profiles a local crime story: the Word of Life fatal ‘counseling session.’

May. 18, 2016

U.S. Representative Richard Hanna joined past Chief of the Whitesboro Volunteer Fire Department Brian McQueen and Members of Congress to call for the creation of a national cancer registry for firefighters diagnosed with the deadly disease.

May. 16, 2016

The day a teenager gets his or her driver's license is one of the best days in a teen's life.

May. 16, 2016

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday.

May. 15, 2016

A resolution could be in the works for the 135 Verizon workers who've been on strike for more than a month now.

May. 13, 2016

The kindness of a rookie police officer in Savannah, captured on camera in a still photograph, is spreading like wildfire on Facebook, with around 3,000 likes and counting.

May. 13, 2016

Two Hobby Lobby recalls have been announced.

May. 13, 2016

President Obama issued a sweeping directive last night on transgender students in public schools: All public schools across the country must allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity.

May. 13, 2016

A somber event tonight in the nation's capital, the 28th annual candlelight vigil honoring 252 law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.

May. 13, 2016

Listen up Reese’s lovers, no more choosing between Reese's Peanut Butter Cups or Reese's Pieces.

May. 13, 2016

Subaru is telling owners of some newer Legacy and Outback vehicles not to drive them because the steering can fail.

May. 13, 2016

McDonald's is testing to see if customers warm up to hamburger patties that aren't frozen.

May. 13, 2016

NEWSChannel 2 breaks down the meeting between Donald Trump and GOP leaders, and takes a look at the Democratic party candidates on the campaign trail leading into next week's primaries.

May. 13, 2016

Active manhunt is underway for a suspect who allegedly shot two New Hampshire Police officers.

May. 13, 2016

Local letter carriers for the U.S. Postal Service will join a national movement to help stamp out hunger on Saturday, May 14th. Local residents can help out by putting nonperishable goods out my the mailbox Saturday morning before 9 a.m.

May. 12, 2016

The governor says his administration is working to keep luge in Lake Placid. A decision, from USA Luge, could come any time.

May. 12, 2016

The pistol former neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman used in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin is going up for auction online.

May. 12, 2016

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today, May 12

May. 12, 2016

NEWSChannel 2 covers the meeting between Donald Trump and Republican party leaders scheduled for Thursday morning. See the above video for details.

May. 11, 2016

The recommended screening age for colon cancer is 50 years old but more and more people are being diagnosed at a much younger age. A 34-year-old Boonville native is battling stage 4 colon cancer. She wants other people to recognize the warning signs, before it is too late.

May. 11, 2016

The Buffalo Bills will retire Bruce Smith's No. 78 at the home opener this fall.

May. 11, 2016

Swaddling could affect a baby's risk for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), according to a study published in the American Academy of Pediatrics this month.

May. 11, 2016

Utica resident will be featured on Dr. Oz to share her experiences with misophonia, a disorder in which negative emotions, thoughts, and physical reactions are triggered by specific sounds.

May. 10, 2016

#RockOneSock? Missing children's issues do not affect every household, but we wanted to give the average person a chance to show that they stand in solidarity with missing children and their families. Rock One Sock's goal is to take something tangible and make a viral phenomenon that brings hope and inspiration to National Missing Children's Day, May 25, 2016.

May. 10, 2016

In a new report, the World Health Organization (WHO) said while more countries are passing laws to protect breastfeeding, the laws passed are not strong enough.

May. 10, 2016

A State Trooper from Utica who died during a physical training run last year will be honored as part of a tribute at the New York State Police Officers' Memorial.

May. 10, 2016

The Friendly's restaurant chain has sold its ice cream manufacturing and retail business to Dean Foods Co. for $155 million.

May. 10, 2016

If you've ever had a few too many drinks, you might know the next-day pain we call a hangover.

May. 10, 2016

In Decision 2016 news: Hillary Clinton holds a 12-point lead over Bernie Sanders nationally, but in a hypothetical match-up against Donald Trump, Sanders does much better than the current Democratic front-runner.

May. 9, 2016

Calvin Stephon Moore, age 50, of Utica, New York, was sentenced to 135 months in prison for three bank robberies he committed in 2014.

May. 9, 2016

A new pink coin will be developed by the U.S. Mint to promote breast cancer awareness and raise money for cancer research.

May. 8, 2016

Utica Police are investigating a suspicious death stemming from an incident yesterday in the downtown area.

May. 9, 2016

Recent statistics show an alarming and dangerous trend involving furniture and young children.

May. 9, 2016

Krispy Kreme is being taken private by JAB Beech in a deal worth approximately $1.35 billion.

May. 9, 2016

Mercury has begun a relatively rare move across the sun.

May. 9, 2016

North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's administration sued the federal government Monday in a fight for a state law that limits protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

May. 9, 2016

J.C. Penney says it's expanding its rollout of major appliances to nearly 500 stores by this fall, or almost half of its stores.

May. 9, 2016

Police say an inmate who escaped nearly a week ago from a minimum security prison in New Jersey walked off after apparently making arrangements to surrender.

May. 7, 2016

Two year old colt, a favorite of fans has won the Kentucky Derby today.

May. 6, 2016

Remington Outdoor Company announced it plans to close its Mayfield, Kentucky firearms operations.

May. 6, 2016

Sarah True is an Olympic triathlete who finished fourth at the 2012 London Games, but she says her older sister, Lauren Groff, is more famous.

May. 6, 2016

When it comes to baby names, Americans seem to be somewhat united: Emma and Noah are tops. And don't name your kid Isis.

May. 6, 2016

The widow of former New Orleans Saints defensive end Will Smith has accepted his degree from the University of Miami nearly a month after he was shot and killed.

May. 5, 2016

A video game that had players zapping space aliens with lasers and another that put players in covered wagons have been inducted into the World Video Game Hall of Fame.

May. 5, 2016

Hundreds of electronic cigarette brands will have to seek federal permission to stay on the market under new rules that have the potential to upend a multi-billion dollar industry attempting to position itself as an alternative to traditional cigarettes.

May. 5, 2016

With no new winner in this week's Powerball drawing, the jackpot has grown again to more than $400 million - $415 million to be exact.

May. 4, 2016

U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer is calling for $1.9 billion in emergency funding to fight the Zika epidemic.

May. 4, 2016

John Kasich has cancelled a press conference in Virginia and plans to make a statement from Columbus, a day after one of his last remaining rivals, Ted Cruz, ended his campaign.

May. 4, 2016

Aeropostale, once the vibrant epicenter of the U.S. mall scene, is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

May. 4, 2016

It's not a national holiday, yet it might be an intergalactic one.

May. 3, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS - AP source: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz ends presidential campaign, clearing Donald Trump's path to Republican nomination. NBC News is also reporting that Ted Cruz will end his campaign.

May. 3, 2016

A possible case of mistaken identity could change the history of a 71-year-old photograph from World War II.

May. 3, 2016

A Davenport man, who is also a fugitive from justice in Alabama, was arrested on DWI charges.