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February 25, 2019

Oneida County Sheriff and Executive Warning People to Stay off Lakes and Waterways due to Blizzard Warning

The Oneida County Sheriff and County Executive are warning people to stay off lakes and waterways. A blizzard warning means strong winds and snow could make […]
February 25, 2019

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Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued a tractor-trailer ban currently in effect. No empty tractor trailers and empty tandems between exit 31, the Utica exit, and exit […]
February 25, 2019

New Hartford fire Depatment Warns Public About Downed Power Lines and Safety

The New Hartford fire Depatment says, don’t touch any downed power lines, don’t run; shuffle away with your feet touching the ground at all times, and […]

National News

  • Retired firefighter killed in fiery crash after stopping to help driver
    Sarasota K9 Search & Rescue, Inc./Facebook(SARASOTA, Fla.) -- A former firefighter in Florida was killed while trying to help two motorists involved in a crash, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Wesley Weysham Jr., a former firefighter/paramedic for the Sarasota County Fire Department, had st..
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    Danville Metropolitan Police Department(DANVILLE, Ind.) -- A young man walked into an Indiana police department Sunday night and allegedly confessed to killing his girlfriend in 2014, according to local police. Connor Scott, 24, allegedly admitted to killing 20-year-old Kaylyn Whitaker, who died on ..
  • New Jersey man indicted in quadruple killing was about to be cut off from the family business: Affidavit
    imaginima/iStock(MONMOUTH COUNTY, N.J.) -- A New Jersey man indicted Monday on charges he murdered his brother and his brother's wife and two children before setting their house on fire was about to be cut off from the family business, according to a newly unsealed affidavit. A grand jury in Mo..
  • NRA magazine spread prompts backlash after controversial headline
    Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call(WASHINGTON) -- An incendiary headline placed next to a picture of prominent Democrats in a magazine produced by the National Rifle Association is causing some backlash. A spread in the March issue of American Rifleman, which is available online, shows a picture of Speaker Nan..
  • After a weekend locked up, R. Kelly pleads not guilty to sexual assault charges and is hoping to bail out of jail
    Chicago Police Department(CHICAGO) -- After a weekend in jail, R&B singer R. Kelly is hoping to get his freedom back on Monday following a hearing in Chicago in his attorney entered on his behalf not guilty pleas to multiple sexual assault charges. Kelly appeared in court on Monday morning wearing a..

World News

February 25, 2019

North Korea summit benefits Kim Jong Un, puts pressure on Trump, analysts say

Win McNamee/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- As President Donald Trump prepares to continue negotiations with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un this week, he does so with added pressure to deliver results, while Kim has already won a victory in that diplomatic talks are happening at all, several North Korea analysts told ABC News. Eight months after their first meeting in Singapore in 2018, there is little sign that North Korea has moved to denuclearize. And by dragging out talks with the U.S., Kim gai..
February 25, 2019

2 US Navy ships sail through Taiwan Strait — again — 5th time in 8 months

Kelsey J. Hockenberger/U.S. Navy, FILE(WASHINGTON) -- It has happened again, two U.S. Navy ships have sailed through the Taiwan Strait, the fifth time in eight months that Navy ships have sailed through the body of water that divides China and Taiwan. U.S. Navy trips through there were once rare, but with the increased frequency at a time when the U.S. and China have been engaged in a months-long trade dispute is certain to draw sharp criticism from China. "USS Stethem (DDG 63) and USNS Cesar Ch..
February 25, 2019

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Joe Raedle/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- After rising tensions in Venezuela turned violent over the weekend, Vice President Mike Pence doubled down on diplomatic and economic pressure on Monday with additional U.S. sanctions on regime officials and a pledge to provide $56 million in aid to support partners in the region struggling to provide relief to the country's citizens. Pence met with the U.S.-backed opposition leader in Venezuela Juan Guaidó on Monday, the latest in the Trump administra..
February 25, 2019

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Samir Hussein/WireImage(RABAT, Morocco) -- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continued their royal tour of Morocco Monday with events that continued the theme of their tour, empowering youth and women. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first visit was to the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports in Rabat. The royals learned more about the new equine therapy program practiced there, which particularly helps young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Harry and Meghan chatted with staf..
February 25, 2019

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bedo/iStock(HANOI, Vietnam) -- South Korean government officials hinted that President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un may reach an agreement to declare an end to the Korean War (1950-53) at their summit later this week. “What format the end-of-war declaration will be, we don’t know exactly," said Kim Eui-kyeom, a spokesman for South Korea’s president, Moon Jae-in. "But we think there is fair enough possibility of an end of war declaration between the United States and North Ko..
February 24, 2019

Pope Francis declares ‘all-out’ war on abuse, but lack of ‘concrete’ plan frustrates survivors

Franco Origlia/Getty Images(ROME) -- The Vatican’s historic conference on sex abuse and the clergy closed Sunday with Pope Francis declaring “an all-out war against the abuse of minors.” But many survivors say they are disappointed the pontiff did not out outline any specific measures the church will now adopt to combat abuse. “There’s no concrete plan,” said Virginia Saldanha, an activist from Mumbai, India. “It’s like they just found out at this meeting that sexual abuse is prevalent in the ch..