Voters will choose between Janet Duprey and Karen Bisso in Republican primary on Tuesday.
The Home Depot confirmed Monday that its payment data systems have been breached.
Panera Bread announced that guns aren't allowed in its restaurants on Monday.
The state of New York announced a statewide Election Day hotline for Tuesday's primaries.
Fall is upon us and so are fall allergies.
Designer Shoe Warehouse (DSW) is scheduled to open Wednesday at the Champlain Centre Mall.
A report by the CDC looked at self-reported obesity among U.S. adults in 2013.
Armed with smartphones and tablets, Americans are watching more television than ever.
Mostly clear skies will result in nice viewing of the full Harvest moon Monday night.
A "suspicious" fire destroyed St. Mary's school. Faculty planning to move into United Methodist Church for now.
Investigators say it appears to be arson.
September starts off very warm, but things are about to change.
Scores and highlights from week 2 of the High School Huddle on ABC22/FOX44.
According to the Washington County Sheriff's Office, they responded to a drowning at the Tiroga Beach off Black Point Road in Putnam on Thursday.
New York State Police are warning Essex County residents and businesses of a utility scam.
Google will refund at least $19 million to consumers over complaints it unfairly billed for charges incurred by children using mobile apps from the Google Play App Store.
After a major increase in cost, the Public Service Board may reconsider its approval of a natural gas pipeline.
With meteorological summer done, we take a look back at local precipitation and temperature trends.
If you were driving through SUNY Plattsburgh on Thursday, you may have thought there was an emergency. It was training.
A third American health worker infected with Ebola in Liberia will return to the U.S. in the next few days.
Comedian Joan Rivers died on Thursday after complications from minor surgery.
The IRS could be launching a fight over free food.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a solar power program, K-Solar, for schools to reduce costs and protect the environment.
Home Depot is telling customers they're off the hook if their credit card data was stolen.
Police responded to a one-car vehicle crash on Route 9N in Keene Wednesday.
Police are using video of a Vermont Gas protest to identify suspects.
Want to save money on your phone bill? Make sure you turn off the "autoplay" setting on Facebook videos.
Congressman Bill Owens (D-NY 21) announced a $43,982 grant awarded to the Plattsburgh Fire Department.
A woman was arrested after New York State Police say they found drugs during a traffic stop on I-87 in Lewis on Sunday.
Millennials grew up as the technology world took off. Now that more are in the work place, marketing firm DDB conducted a survey comparing the group to Generation X and the Baby Boomers.
Help our photographer Steve Longchamp in naming a baby giraffe that was born at Parc Safari in July.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill to help identify missing deceased individuals faster on Wednesday.
CVS Caremark has followed through with its long-promised cigarette ban, as the tobacco-free pharmacy chain officially changed its name to CVS Health.
Possible data breach at Home Depot.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill to help fight against invasive species in the state.
A new video from the Islamist terror group ISIS has been released that reportedly shows the killing of American Steven Sotloff.
A report by Save the Children rated each state on how prepared they are to protect children from disasters.
The first human trial of an an experimental Ebola vaccine will begin this week, as the deadly outbreak continues to spread.
Kraft Food Groups is voluntarily recalling more than 7,000 cases of Kraft American Singles.
Just in time for Labor Day, a new survey shows that most full-time American employees are probably logging more time on the job than a typical 40 hour workweek.
It took British soldiers three days to march from Champlain, NY to Plattsburgh, NY during the War of 1812 and now re-enactors are marching the same route.
The volunteer fire department responded to the scene on Alburg Road.
The 200th commemoration of the Battle of Plattsburgh kicked off Saturday in Champlain, New York.
There's been a lot of talk about Ebola in the United States, and that's now spilling over to SUNY Plattsburgh. The university want student to be prepared and informed.
Police are looking for help identifying a body found off State Route 420.
A man is accused of possessing child pornography in Rouses Point.
When you mention urinary problems in a pet, you probably don't think of dialysis. In some cases, animals become so ill, they need the procedure to save their kidneys.
With the job market arguably getting stronger, many companies are trying to retain the best talent, which may mean there may be some extra money out there for some employees.
More than half a dozen historic theaters buy digital equipment thanks to community donations.
Human trials of an experimental Ebola vaccine will begin next week at the National Institutes of Health.