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Health Dept. Sees Increase in Rabies Cases

Onondaga County

Health Dept. Sees Increase in Rabies Cases

Rabies cases have increased this year in Onondaga County. To date there are seven confirmed cases. Reporter Iris St. Meran spoke with experts from the Health Department to get insight into the disease and ways to prevent it all together. Updated 10:57 PM

Watertown Thompson Park Home to New Fitness Trail

Watertown

Watertown Thompson Park Home to New Fitness Trail

The fitness trail was originally built back in 1989, but now refurbished, it's a third of a mile long and hosts 11 different workout stations. The trail includes a chin-up bar, push-up station, leg lifts and more. 10:28 PM

Car Safety Groups Call Out CarMax Over Recall Procedures

Washington D.C.

Car Safety Groups Call Out CarMax Over Recall Procedures

Nearly a dozen car safety groups say they want used car dealers, including CarMax, to stop selling vehicles that have been recalled but not repaired. Geoff Bennett reports that they're asking the federal government to investigate. 9:17 PM

Tompkins County Sees Widespread Storm Damage

Ithaca

Tompkins County Sees Widespread Storm Damage

The high winds and heavy rains knocked down trees and power lines across Tompkins County, leaving thousands of residents in the dark. Tamara Lindstrom reports on the damage, and efforts to get electricity restored. Updated 8:41 PM

State of Emergency, Clean up Continues in East Syracuse

East Syracuse

State of Emergency, Clean up Continues in East Syracuse

Officials from the National Weather Service say the damage in East Syracuse Tuesday evening was caused by microbursts, with winds whipping up to 75 miles per hour. As reporter Candace Hopkins explains, the recovery process for some homeowners will be a long one. Updated 8:29 PM

Syracuse Man Dies Days After Canoe Capsized

City of Syracuse

Syracuse Man Dies Days After Canoe Capsized

A Syracuse man has died from his injuries days after his canoe capsized in the Seneca River. Onondaga County Sheriff's Deputies said 55-year-old Gene Mason passed away Wednesday. 7:45 PM

St. Lawrence County Administrator Fires Back at DA

St. Lawrence County

St. Lawrence County Administrator Fires Back at DA

Days after being accused of misusing county funds, the St. Lawrence County administrator is asking if the District Attorney is misusing her power. Administrator Karen St. Hilaire is reaching out to state agencies to see if they'll look into DA Mary Rain's investigation. Reporter Matt Jarchow tells explains why St. Hilaire wants a new look at the situation. Updated 7:06 PM

NWS Meteorologists Survey Tornado Damage in Smithfield

Madison County

NWS Meteorologists Survey Tornado Damage in Smithfield

Representatives from the National Weather Service surveyed those areas hit by the storms all morning. Reporter Cara Thomas has been traveling with the NWS, and has the latest from Smithfield. Updated 6:21 PM

Photo Gallery: CNY Storm Damage

CNY

Photo Gallery: CNY Storm Damage

Take a look at this photo gallery with pictures submitted by viewers across the region. The storm caused severe damage in several counties across Central New York. Updated 2:21 PM

Confrontation Leads to Shooting in Syracuse

City of Syracuse

Confrontation Leads to Shooting in Syracuse

The Syracuse Police Department is investigating another shooting that happened early Wednesday morning. It happened around 1:30 a.m. on Alvord Street. 12:50 PM

Two Martinsburg Homes Torn Apart by Storm

Lewis County

Two Martinsburg Homes Torn Apart by Storm

In Lewis County, two homes on Eagle Factory Road in Martinsburg were torn apart. Both of their roofs were nowhere to be found. No one was inside the homes at the time the storm rolled through. Reporter Elizabeth Jeneault has the latest. Updated 11:44 AM

Kids From Fresh Air Fund Arrive in Central New York

City of Syracuse

Kids From Fresh Air Fund Arrive in Central New York

Kids involved with the Fresh Air Fund hopped on a bus Tuesday to spend some time in Upstate New York. Host families volunteer to let a Fresh Air Fund child stay with them for up to two weeks 11:02 AM

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