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CITY OF SYRACUSE

Romeo Williams Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison for Killing 70-Year-Old

It was a random crime with no apparent motive. Wednesday, a Syracuse teenager was sentenced for beating a 70-year-old man to death in a 7-Eleven parking lot in 2013. Time Warner Cable News reporter Sarah Blazonis was in court and explains why the judge handed down what was called the highest appropriate sentence. Updated 10/22/2014 06:14 PM

A body found in a wooded area in Saint Lawrence County back in late August has been identified. An autopsy revealed the body as Lacey Yekel, 25, of Massena. But as Matt Jarchow reports, many questions still surround her death.

Updated 10/22/2014 09:36 PM

Leaders in the town Camillus updated neighbors about the investigation of stray bullets Wednesday. The area in question is View Point Lane. Bullets were found at four homes on that street.

Updated 10/22/2014 11:01 PM

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On The Issues: Cuomo and Astorino on Social Issues

In part three of our week-long series showcasing the issues in the governor's race, Time Warner Cable News reporter Josh Robin takes a look at some of the social issues that have been headliners.

10/22/2014 09:35 PM

Indigent Defense Lawsuit Settled

Governor Cuomo has agreed to settle a 2007 lawsuit claiming the state has failed to provide adequate indigent defense, paving the way for more help to public defenders offices across the state.

Updated 10/22/2014 07:34 PM

Fans Welcome Back Comets at Sold Out Home Opener

Thousands welcomed back the Utica Comets at their sold out home opener Wednesday. It's the team's second year and they're already improving from year one. Alana LaFlore reports how venue improvements and a new roster means the Comets' future looks bright.

Updated 10/22/2014 11:08 PM

LIFESTYLES & TRAVEL

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NEW YORK

A Growing Need for More Affordable Housing Options

When the economy crashed back in 2008, it became increasingly difficult for many to afford basic necessities, especially a safe and affordable home. Over the past couple of years, there's been a push statewide to create more affordable housing. While many complexes have been successfully built, as Cara Thomas reports, there is still much work to be done. Updated 10/22/2014 09:30 PM

PHOENIX

Phoenix Prepared for Pricey Fix to Water Problem

The village of Phoenix took a big step toward a solution to their water problems Tuesday night. After years of complaints about murky water, village officials unanimously voted to contract out to another water source for drinking water. 10/22/2014 07:14 AM

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