Day: October 22, 2019

Syracuse will retire former basketball star John Wallace’s No. 44, school announces

Syracuse will retire former basketball star John Wallace’s No. 44, school announces

Add John Wallace to the list of former Syracuse basketball players to have their numbers retired. The school announced today that it will honor Wallace’s No. 44 on Feb. 29 in the Carrier Dome, when the Orange plays North Carolina. Wallace, one ... MORE
Top 100 prospect Kadary Richmond will make official visit to Syracuse this weekend

Top 100 prospect Kadary Richmond will make official visit to Syracuse this weekend

Kadary Richmond, ranked among the Top 100 players in the Class of 2020 by ESPN and Rivals, will make an official visit to Syracuse this weekend. Richmond’s plans to visit Syracuse were Tweeted by his Brewster Academy coach Jason Smith. The visit ... MORE
Resident at Bath VA center admits to fentanyl possession

Resident at Bath VA center admits to fentanyl possession

A Connecticut man pleaded guilty to possession of fentanyl. Nolan Rogers, 32, faces up to a year in prison and a possible fine of up to $100,000. Prosecutors say Rogers was staying at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Bath. In March, ... MORE
Bath, Courts, News, Steuben County
New York Republicans push Gov. Cuomo on special election for Collins vacated seat in 27th

New York Republicans push Gov. Cuomo on special election for Collins vacated seat in 27th

Hurry up. That’s the message from top Republicans in New York, pushing Gov. Andrew Cuomo to set a date for a special election for New York’s 27th Congressional District seat. The seat is empty after Chris Collins pleaded guilty in an insider ... MORE
Inmate’s ear bitten off in Cayuga County jail assault; suspect pleads guilty in court

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

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 ... MORE
Cayuga County, Courts, News
New court documents released in connection to Schoharie limo crash

New court documents released in connection to Schoharie limo crash

Schoharie County District Attorney Susan Mallery is making a case to the judge why the case against the operator of the limousine involved in last year’s limo crash that killed 20 should not be dismissed. Because of the size of the file, ... MORE
Courts, News, Traffic
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 ... 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 ... MORE
Health, New York State, News
Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office asking public to help identify suspicious person

Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office asking public to help identify suspicious person

The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office, along with State Police putting you on the lookout following a suspicious incident. Investigators are hoping you can identify the person seen in this Ring doorbell camera video. This was back towards the end of September on ... MORE
Urgent need for blood donations

Urgent need for blood donations

The New York Blood Center has issued an urgent call for donors because the state’s blood supply has dropped significantly. Those with the center say that there’s been a major drop in regular blood donations and that the region’s supply has reached ... MORE
Health, New York State, News
State police investigator recognized for tracking down child rapist

State police investigator recognized for tracking down child rapist

New York State Police Investigator Dennis Brown was recognized Monday for spearheading the investigation that led to the arrest, and later conviction, of a man who raped a child. In July, Dale E. Morrissette, 21, of Dryden, was sentenced to five years of ... MORE
Steuben Co. man arrested for allegedly trying to rob woman, threatening officer with knife

Steuben County man arrested for attempted robbery, 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 ... 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 ... MORE
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Seneca Falls man sentenced on federal child porn charges

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 ... 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 ... MORE