UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) -- Utica police need help identifying a suspect in a larceny case at a local grocery store. The suspect pictured was seen at the Walmart Supercenter in North Utica Sunday. At the time of the crime he was seen wearing a black hooded jacket, gray shirt, and black Nike ball cap. The suspect drove away in a
UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) --Authorities say they arrested two men after an investigation with the help of the Utica Police Department's Metro Narcotics Unit and the U.S. Marshals office. According to the Utica Police Department Jared Burdick, 26, of Utica and Michael Logalbo, 22, of Whitesboro were attempting to sell and distribute illegal drugs in the South Utica Plaza on Aug
FORESTPORT, N.Y. (WKTV) - Sheriff's Deputies in Oneida County are investigating a roll-over ATV crash in the Town of Forestport. It happened around 3:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon on River Road. Deputies have charged Raymond LaComb Jr., 29, with DWI. LaComb was also ticketed. Deputies say he was ejected from the ATV during the crash. He was rushed to a local
UTICA, N.Y (WKTV) - Labor Day weekend is a huge weekend for the Oneida County Public Market outside Union Station in Utica. That's because so many travelers come into and out of the station for the weekend. People entertaining guests stop in early at 9 a.m. to pick up their local meats and fresh vegetables. There's always fresh coffee for
UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) - "Haunted Utica: Mohawk Valley Ghosts and other Historic Haunts" was the topic of discussion at the Oneida County Historical Society Saturday. It's written by Dennis Webster and Bernadette Peck of the Ghost Seekers of Central New York. The authors along with ghost hunters, appeared at the historical society to share their tales from the book. They
NEW HARTFORD, N.Y. (WKTV)--New Hartford Police arrested Calvin LaClair, 55, Friday evening on an active felony warrant. LaClair has been charged with criminal possession of a weapon in the and menacing. Authorities say the charges stem from an incident, when LaClair threatened a woman with a hatchet. LaClair is being held at the Oneida County Jail without bail.
Heading into Labor Day weekend, police agencies are stepping up patrols for speeding, seat belts, but most of all, drunk driving, to keep drivers safe. That's why it's all hands on deck for local law enforcement agencies. There are stepped up patrols all weekend long. If you do get pulled over, authorities say don't try to pull a fast one.
A group of local citizens planning to participate in the People's Climate March on Sunday Sept. 21st have arranged for bus transportation. The People’s Climate March is a response to the UN Climate Summit called by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to “urge governments to support an ambitious global agreement to dramatically reduce global warming pollution.” As world leaders are
SYLVAN BEACH (WKTV) - Sylvan Beach Amusement Park got a late start this season, not opening up until right before fourth of July Weekend. Then, August temperatures turned out to be cooler; not quite beach weather. But officials at Sylvan Beach Amusement Park say it didn't put profits on ice. "You know most people think it would because of the
(WKTV) - Several people were taken to the hospital Friday afternoon after a three-car accident on Route 49 in Marcy. The accident, which happened around 3 p.m., led to the shutdown of westbound Route 49 for almost two hours. Two cars and one sports utility vehicle were involved. One car and the SUV were badly damaged in the accident, with
(WKTV) - Six political parties are already on the ballot for the race for governor, and another six filed petitions by the deadline to get on the ballot, bringing the total to 12. A professor of political science at Utica College said he doesn't think the potentially big ballot will affect the outcome of the race, but said it may
UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) - Accountability for cop, criminal and citizen alike will soon move beyond the dashboard for Utica Police and the citizens with whom they interact. The department will soon be outfitted with body cameras, which fasten to their uniform and record audio and video of every interaction with citizens. "This will bring people together and it is change,"