Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Here are the morning headlines for Wednesday, July 30. 5:13 AM
Neighbors in Syracuse are speaking out about concerns surrounding I-81's possible future. Residents who could be affected by construction say they're afraid of being displaced. Alana LaFlore shares how people are reacting to the reconstruction options.
Each year, it attracts hundreds of thousands of people. To keep them coming back, organizers have added new attractions and exhibits.
Obama says the United States and the European Union are joining together to impose new sanctions on Russia and its economy.
Residents of the Southern Tier, the Catskills and Hudson Valley and the Capital Region were asked if they would visit one of the new casinos, either to gamble, eat dinner or even golf. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman breaks down the numbers.
According to investigators two 18-year-old men were standing near a dumpster when 4 shots were fired at them.
Red Cross volunteers perform a number of different jobs in the field. Sarah Blazonis shares that the Central New York chapter is looking to recruit more people for a team that's called on more frequently across New York State.
July is National Blueberry month and so far it's been a great season for the berries locally.
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Casino applications will be posted on the New York State Gaming Commission's website on Wednesday. Updated 4:18 AM
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has a survey form available on its website for people to participate in the annual Wild Turkey Sighting Survey. 4:38 AM
High school students taking part in a STEM Camp at Onondaga Community College stopped by to see how robotics and automation play a part in the newsgathering process. 07/29/2014 08:57 PM
An effort to revitalize a small Jefferson County community is gaining steam. A group called Operation Restore Antwerp has set out to transform their village into what they remember it being like when they were children. Elizabeth Jeneault shares how they plan to do that. 07/29/2014 06:00 PM
The New York Power Authority and the St. Lawrence Government Task Force are going back to the negotiating table after a month of stalled talks. Matt Jarchow explains what's holding both sides back. 07/29/2014 05:34 PM
It was another day of searching as authorities in Oswego County continue to investigate the latest claims in the decades-old case of a missing teen. Katie Gibas reports. Updated 07/29/2014 07:58 PM
Ian Gulbin is accused of killing his girlfriend's one-year-old son last November after the child wouldn't stop crying. He was scheduled to be sentenced Monday morning, but as Cara Thomas reports, Gulbin unexpectedly requested to withdraw his guilty plea. Updated 07/28/2014 06:13 PM
Tomas Zavalidroga is charged with reckless endangerment and falsely reporting an incident. Reporter Alana LaFlore shares details from new court documents in the case. Updated 07/29/2014 10:41 AM
A national military lending company has been dissolved as part of a settlement with New York and 12 other states. 07/29/2014 04:08 PM
Health officials say the virus was found in a pool collected on East Taft Road in Cicero. 07/29/2014 03:33 PM
For homeowners, replacing a heater can rake in incentives from $1,000 to $4,000. For businesses, they can reach up to $150,000. 07/29/2014 03:53 PM
He'll perform his top singles, and songs from his latest album Back 2 Life, which he wrote while recovering from a serious boating accident. 07/29/2014 03:39 PM
Police say Christopher Werenski stabbed his wife at her East Bloomfield Street home in Rome Saturday night. 07/28/2014 12:24 PM
City leaders in Ithaca hope to increase truck safety in an effort to avoid a repeat of the deadly accident at Simeon's Restaurant. Ithaca's Transportation Engineer created a memo with potential ways to make the area safe. Updated 07/28/2014 10:57 PM
Along with the fine, Dr. Ziad El-Zammar will no longer be able to treat female patients without a chaperon. 07/29/2014 01:20 PM
Justin Dallas was sentenced in court Monday for the deaths of his estranged wife, Brandy Dallas, and another woman, Samantha Rainwater. Updated 07/28/2014 05:40 PM
This year New York State fairgoers will be able to experience the first ever fair-branded line of brewed craft beer. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday the partnership between the Fair and the Empire Brewing Company of Syracuse to develop the State Fair Showstopper Ale. 07/28/2014 07:59 PM
With a shift across the United States toward renewable energy local organizations are teaming up to put Syracuse on the map for solar energy. 07/28/2014 10:50 PM
One of the co-chairs of the state's Moreland Act Commission said Governor Andrew Cuomo's office did not interfere with his panel's work. While, the republican statewide ticket is on the attack saying Cuomo did interfere with the investigation. Reporter Bill Carey has the story. 07/28/2014 08:50 PM
Several major storms have rolled through Lewis County this summer, wreaking havoc in many areas. Our Elizabeth Jeneault tells us about a recent thunderstorm that has led to some villages being under a boil water advisory. Updated 07/28/2014 06:19 PM
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