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Struggles continue for Syracuse as they fall 35-17 to Florida State (full coverage)

ORANGE GAME DAY: Syracuse takes on Florida State today (preview, media & info)
The Syracuse Orange needed a win against the Florida State Seminoles to stop the bleeding on a season that’s fallen well short of expectations. Instead — perhaps as expected — SU fell, 35-17 and dropped to 3-5 on the year (and 0-4 in the ACC). Defensively, the score doesn’t look like the defense had a good game, but they actually... more

Comedian Tracy Morgan to perform at del Lago Resort & Casino in April

Comedian Tracey Morgan to perform at del Lago Resort & Casino in April
Del Lago Resort & Casino announced this week that comedian Tracy Morgan will be performing at The Vine at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 4th. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. this Friday, Oct. 25th, and may be purchased in person at the del Lago Resort & Casino box office, by calling the box office at 315-946-1695 or online at... more

NYS DOT getting early start on snowfall preparations

NYS DOT getting early start on snowfall preparations
Even though we’re in the midst of fall, the New York State Department of Transportation is already looking ahead to winter. Work has begun on snow plows to get them tuned up and outfitted for the coming months. New equipment is ready to hit the road when snowfall begins in the Rochester area. As the DOT preparation continues, however, NYSDOT... more

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Bills are for real, Syracuse disappoints & Homecoming shout-outs (podcast)

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: Bills are for real, Syracuse disappoints & Homecoming shout-outs (pdocast)
This week Kenny celebrates the 5-1 Buffalo Bills who appear to be among the NFL’s best teams this season. On the other side, the Syracuse Orange lost another game last weekend to rival Pitt. Also, talking baseball, ‘Cuse hoops and a Homecoming weekend recap. . more

Cayuga County town holds meeting in private, violating open meeting laws

Cayuga County town holds meeting in private, violating open meeting laws
What happens when a Town Board elects to conduct a budget workshop behind closed doors? Residents voice their concern. Despite the session being labeled as a preliminary budget hearing – complete with legal notices to The Auburn Citizen, and full-attendance – Throop Supervisor William Tarby led the charge to hold the session behind closed doors. The Citizen reports that after... more

Waterloo woman arrested on felony drug charges

Waterloo woman arrested on felony drug charges
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on October 21st at approximately 3 p.m. deputies arrested two people on a number of charges – including a pair of felonies. Stephanie F. Kuti, 32 of Waterloo was charged with one count of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and one count of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Both... more

Seneca Falls man sentenced on federal child porn charges

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Prosecutors say that a Seneca Falls man was sentenced on child porn charges on Tuesday in federal court. Matthew Urquhart, 33, was sentenced to three years and eight months in federal prison. Upon release, he will serve 10 years of post-release supervision. He was found to have been trading child porn from his home in Seneca Falls. A search of... more

Steuben County man arrested for attempted robbery, threatening officer with knife

Steuben Co. man arrested for allegedly trying to rob woman, threatening officer with knife
A Cameron man was arrested after police say he tried to rob a woman and then allegedly threatened a Corning Police officer with a knife. On Friday, October 18 at 9:15 a.m., police say 32-year-old Andrew Mastin was arrested. Mastin allegedly entered a convenience store in Corning and while there, approached a woman that had just used the ATM to withdraw... more

Deputies: Fayette driver was drunk during property damage crash

Deputies: Fayette driver was drunk during property damage crash
Deputies report the arrest of a 31-year-old Fayette woman following a property damage accident in the Town of Fayette. The incident happened along State Route 96, according to deputies. Brianne C. Parish, 31, of Fayette was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right. Deputies say the arrest stemmed from a property damage accident where she was determined... more

Convicted kidnapper, rapist who cut off ankle monitor in Skaneateles will serve two more years

Convicted kidnapper, rapist who cut off ankle monitor in Skaneateles will serve two more years
We’re learning new details surrounding convicted kidnapper and rapist Christopher Block, the man who cut off his ankle monitoring bracelet in Skaneateles and went on the run. Block will remain behind bars for at least two more years according to the state Department of Corrections inmate lookup website. Back in August, a state administrative law judge made the decision to... more

Suspect pleads guilty after biting off inmate’s ear during Cayuga County jail assault

Inmate’s ear bitten off in Cayuga County jail assault; suspect pleads guilty in court
Just as his trial for a prison assault was to start, an inmate at Cayuga Correctional in Moravia pleaded guilty Monday. Cayuga County District Attorney Jon Budelmann says Trejon Quigley, 26, of Buffalo pleaded guilty to second-degree assault – a Class D violent felony. He will face twelve years to life when he’s sentenced. It was 3:10 p.m. on August... more

Bills fan claims Dolphins Bobby McCain spit on him after Sunday’s game

Bills fan claims Dolphins Bobby McCain spit on him after Sunday’s game
The NFL is investigating whether one of the Miami Dolphins players spit on a Buffalo Bills fan while leaving the stadium after Sunday’s game. Dylan Wentland claims Miami Dolphins Safety Bobby McCain spit on him as the player was exiting through the tunnel at New Era Field. According to the Erie County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Scott Zylka, McCain got in... more

New York State Health Department offers services to help e-cigarette users quit

New York State Health Department offers services to help e-cigarette users quit
As the vaping crisis shows no signs of slowing down, the New York State Health Department is now offering ways to help people kick the habit. The state Smokers’ Quitline is offering nicotine patches, gum, and lozenges for those who use e-cigarettes. This comes as the department of health has launched a new TV campaign to educate teens and parents... more
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