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Tuff eNuff Challenge Takes Over Greek Peak

Cortland County

Tuff eNuff Challenge Takes Over Greek Peak

The Tuff eNuff Challenge is a 5K or 10K race, in which competitors face a variety of extreme elements, like climbing walls, mud pits, and rope swings. 7:05 PM

Child Car Seat Safety Checks in Camillus

Camillus

Child Car Seat Safety Checks in Camillus

Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians worked with parents and guardians in Camillus to make sure their children were in the right seat, it was fitted properly, and that the seat was correctly installed in the vehicle. 5:09 PM

Carthage Residents Raise Funds for Boy in Need of Service Dog

Watertown

Carthage Residents Raise Funds for Boy in Need of Service Dog

A young Carthage boy who suffers from seizures, migraines and balance issues is anxiously awaiting the arrival of a four-legged aide. The community is trying to raise enough money to purchase Parker Setliff a service dog. Reporter Elizabeth Jeneault has more on why so many people are committed to the effort. 4:52 PM

Kerry Says U.S. Is At War With ISIL

US

Kerry Says U.S. Is At War With ISIL

Sunday morning Secretary of State John Kerry appeared on Face the Nation, and said initially the U.S. was not at war with ISIS, but as ISIS continues to grow, the U.S. needs to escalate its offensive. 2:54 PM

Buffalo Bills' RV Lot Sells Out as Fans Anticipate Home Opener

Buffalo

Buffalo Bills' RV Lot Sells Out as Fans Anticipate Home Opener

With the excitement of prospective owners Terry and Kim Pegula still in the air, Bills fans have already flocked to Ralph Wilson Stadium for the home opener. For the first time ever, the camper-RV lot sold out the day before the game. Time Warner Cable News photographer Kurt Vogt stopped by the lot and has more on the party that's started more than 24 hours ago. Updated 6:36 AM

State Attorney General Praises Syracuse Gun Show's Safety Procedures

City of Syracuse

State Attorney General Praises Syracuse Gun Show's Safety Procedures

The New York State Attorney General made a stop in Central New York to talk about gun show procedures. A.G. Eric Schneiderman said the Syracuse Gun Show is a perfect example of how new regulations regarding background checks should be implemented. Reporter Candace Hopkins explains why those changes were needed. 09/13/2014 07:50 PM

Reward Offered for Information in Pennsylvania Trooper Ambush, Still No Suspect

Pennsylvania

Reward Offered for Information in Pennsylvania Trooper Ambush, Still No Suspect

Pennsylvania State Police are searching for the suspect involved in a shooting that killed one state trooper and injured another. Officials say Corporal Bryon Dickson died from his injuries; Trooper Alex Douglass is in stable but critical condition. Emily Lorsch reports. Updated 09/13/2014 03:04 PM

First Cases of Enterovirus D68 Diagnosed in Central New York

CNY

First Cases of Enterovirus D68 Diagnosed in Central New York

Onondaga County is among the first counties in New York with confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68. Health officials say two children plus another in a neighboring county have come down with the virus. Iris St. Meran reports. Updated 09/12/2014 09:15 PM

Resources to Find Your Missing Pets

CNY

Resources to Find Your Missing Pets

If you have pets, it's probably something you've experienced, sometimes more than once. Your furry friend is missing. Usually they come back after a night on their own. But sometimes, they're gone for days. Katie Gibas reports. 09/12/2014 05:49 PM

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