A new job for Ann Marie Buerkle could change the outlook for the race for Congress in the 24th District in 2014. Buerkle has been nominated to fill a republican seat on the Federal Consumer Protection Board. If approved by the Senate, her term would run through 2018. The move was read as a decision by Buerkle to step away from yet another run for Congress, although she says a candidacy is still an option. YNN's Bill Carey says the nomination has stirred more discussion of the race ahead.
The Trenton Town Supervisor has been found guilty of sex abuse. Mark Scheidelman was convicted Friday of inappropriately touching a boy who was staying at his house last fall.
Training on Fort Drum is key for both the mission and soldier safety, but doing so without causing noise problems for the community is hard. So the Army has a program to create a permanent buffer zone around Fort Drum's fences. As our Brian Dwyer reports, both Drum and one land owner nearby say this program is a win-win. The Army now needs more land owners to feel the same way.
Rough conditions forced crews to call off their search on Cayuga Lake early Friday afternoon.
After a seemingly successful attempt to use social media to their advantage, the Utica Police Department has deactivated its Facebook page.
Crews are on the scene of a plane crash in the Town of Ephratah.