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15 hrs ago | WSTM-TV Syracuse
In a 24-hour period from Thursday to Friday night, five heroin overdoses were reported to Syracuse Police.
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21 hrs ago | The Post-Standard
A member of the New York Democratic Party's executive committee said Friday he was disappointed in Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner's time leading the party.
23 hrs ago | The Post-Standard
The second-grader who brought an unloaded gun into McKinley-Brighton Elementary School found the weapon at his grandmother's house in a heater, likely hidden there by his father, police reports say.
A girl with special needs was sexually assaulted a year ago in a Skaneateles High School boys' bathroom by a male classmate with special needs, according to a lawsuit filed this week in state Supreme Court.
The Onondaga County Sheriff's Office is investigating after deputies discovered an assault rifle in a pile of trash on the city's West Side.
Onondaga County Sheriff Kevin E. Walsh reports that deputies arrested a man last night after he cut a woman's neck with a kitchen knife.
The Onondaga County Medical Society is formally opposing a proposal to take services for babies and mothers out of the county health department.
A Cicero-North Syracuse teacher will be honored with the Technology Alliance of Central New York's 2014 Outstanding Teacher Award.
Artist Maria Rizzo leaves the confines of her studio on weekends for the open spaces of 21 Onondaga County public libraries.
Just days after she walked out early on an appearance by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner is ending her two-year tenure as co-chair of the State Democratic Committee.
Garafalo, 55, said he is a retired federal drug agent who worked mostly in Philadelphia and Manhattan.
Cicero Superintendent of Highway Chris Woznica ordered the closing. Flooding this week has been severe, causing the road and adjoining areas to be under water in many locations.
Kevin Ahern, president of the Syracuse Teachers Association, addresses the Syracuse school board in 2011.
Two Syracuse men were found with 174 bags of heroin valued at $1,800 during a traffic stop Tuesday afternoon, according to the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office.
On April 8, Shandrika Kersey, 18, of Syracuse called the Onondaga County 911 Dispatch Center 100 times between about 3:15 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Kersey told dispatchers a 14 or 15-year-old female kept walking by her house and was posting things on Facebook that made her angry.
A man has been charged with promoting a sexual performance by a child, the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office said.