The NCAA has handed down its penalties after an investigation into Syracuse University athletics.
Change is coming to the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
The closest specialized place for addicts to withdraw from substances in New York, is almost 100 miles away at the Canton/Potsdam Hospital.
An official says the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and Department of Homeland Security recently sent a joint warning to law enforcement nationwide about young people wanting to join ISIS.
The so-called Greatest Show on Earth will soon be without elephants.
New York State Police arrested a man they say was selling and possessing heroin.
TIME Magazine recently outlined five things that you should be aware of when you use your personal e-mail while on the job.
Pod-based coffee machines that make individual cups of java are now used in one out of three American homes.
The future of health care in America is on the table this morning in the Supreme Court.
Ferry service between New York and Vermont resumed early Wednesday morning, after being stopped due to ice and wind overnight.
The last case was in September 2011. VAP is one of the most critical hospital-causing infections.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo launched a campaign to support raising New York's minimum wage.
The Department of Homeland Security won't run out of money anytime soon.
A boil water order has been issued for some communities in Crown Point.
What's a good way to improve someone's health? Some researchers say add a tax!
Plattsburgh Assemblywoman Janet Duprey (R/I-115th District) is calling on fellow members of the State Assembly to pass stronger sex offender legislation.
After recently celebrating its 35th anniversary of the "Miracle On Ice," officials hope the region hasn't seen the last of its time in the Olympic spotlight.
The early birds who have already filed their tax returns are apparently catching a whole lot of worms.
As the mercury continues to stay at below average temperatures, some municipalities, including Jay, NY are starting to see their budgets dwindle.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) announced they want to ban certain types of ammunition.
U.S. Senators Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) announced $3.4 million in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funds to upgrade the flood-prone bridge over the East Branch of the Ausable River on Route 73.
We are in the middle of tax season and this year there is some good news as you gather all the documents needed to file your return.
The FCC has approved new rules to uphold net neutrality on Thursday.
For the second time in as many months, a small earthquake hit the Adirondacks on Wednesday night.
The body of a missing man was found in a wooded area off Rugar Street in Plattsburgh Wednesday.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a new campaign to help combat sexual assault on college and university campuses.
A stunning revelation from the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) about rise of radical and violent extremism in the U.S.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a proposal to expand pre-K to 3-year-olds in the state's highest-need communities.
A new study suggests that marijuana might be even safer than researches once thought.
Meteorologist Michael Page explains why parts of our area were the coldest in the nation yesterday.
A new study suggests avoiding peanuts for infants could make food allergies worse later in life.
A new report from Gallup found that the nationwide uninsured rate dropped 3.5 percent from last year, from 17.3 percent to 13.8 percent.
Meteorologist Michael Page says our area was the coldest spot in the entire country this morning, breaking some records.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock is investing nearly half a million dollars to fly it's helicopters in poor weather conditions. Meteorologist Michael Page takes to the air to see how it works.
Wilton, NY based Jointa Lime Co. is planning on building an asphalt plant on Trade Rd. in Plattsburgh.
Crews from Vermont and New York returned from digging out Massachusetts on Monday, about 10 days after being deployed to the hard-hit state.
A new poll suggests that parents should be required to vaccinate their kids.
Al-Shabaab released a video calling for attacks on malls in Canada, the United Kingdom, and United States.
A preview of Meteorologist Michael Page's story on how Dartmouth-Hitchcock is investing in new technology to keep its chopper's flying in bad weather.
Sport's Ross Lippman reports from Lake Placid where Team USA is coming back together for the first time.
So much excitement Saturday at the 6th Annual Winter Carnival.
The tight knit community of Plattsburgh is showing their support for a friend battling cancer.
According to a new study, maybe you should wear your sunglasses and sunscreen at night.
The deadline for those wanting to enroll in the Affordable Care Act has been extended.
Clinton County law enforcement and Elmore SPCA say the number of calls they receive regarding animal cruelty increases in extreme temperatures.
A new study suggests a delay in starting school for summer-born or premature children is linked with poor academic performance.
According to the U.S. Attorney's Southern District of New York, a federal grand jury has returned an indictment against Sheldon Silver Thursday.
A new report ranked the well-being of states and communities across the country.
Walmart announced Thursday they are giving approximately 500,000 employees a raise.
Florida scientists are calling it a "remarkable new advance" against HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.