Date: May 13, 2016 FORT DRUM, NY (WWNY) – Sometimes an explosion is your only option. Army Engineering Squads are spending the weekend on Fort Drum – competing in the annual Command Best Sapper Competition, a chance for trainees to show off what they’ve learned. Engineers are the Jacks and Jills of all trades on … Continue reading Army Engineers Train With Explosives At Fort Drum
Date: Feb. 02, 2016 CARTHAGE, NY (WWNY) – There’s an old joke: how do you get to Carnegie Hall? The punch line is: practice, practice, practice. That’s exactly what some local students are doing. And, when they get there, there will be more practice. 7 News reporter Patrick Malowski had the opportunity to sit down … Continue reading How Do You Get To Carnegie Hall?
Date: Sept. 11, 2015 WATERTOWN, NY (WWNY) – Where were you 14 years ago when the planes struck the World Trade Center buildings? One Fort Drum fire officer was on duty when he found out. A few days later he went down to the World Trade Center site to help emergency crews. Captain Robert Tennies … Continue reading Honoring 9/11, Generation Growing Up Not Remembering Attacks
Date: Jan 10, 2016 WATERTOWN, NY (WWNY) – If you have a credit card with the new chip in it, you’ve probably heard the sound telling you to take your card. “That’s the chip card technology and its helping prevent fraud, because frauds a big issue,” Steve Ferency with Higher Standards NY Inc. said. “They … Continue reading Moving to Chip Card Readers, Some Stores ‘Ready and Waiting’
Date: March 11, 2016 TOWN OF ORLEANS, NY (WWNY)- While it’s just a vacant building now, in 1990, Carol and Barbara Wootton opened the businesses Northern Satellite and Hook, Line, and Sinker in the town of Orleans. But in the early 2000s, Carol was diagnosed with ALS, and his daughter, Debbie, and her mother decided … Continue reading State Settled Lawsuit Over Orleans Salt Contamination In 2011
Date: Mar. 31, 2017 LOWVILLE, NY (WWNY) – A judge has denied a new trial for the woman convicted in the overdose death of a teenager two years ago. In addition to the denial, the judge sentenced Brenda Roth to 4 to 12 years in state prison.
Date: Feb. 26, 2016 PHILADELPHIA, NY (WWNY) – A Philadelphia man was charged with second degree murder Saturday night, after his girlfriend’s six week old baby died from injuries.
Date: Dec. 28, 2015 WATERTOWN, NY (WWNY) – It happened a little after 10 a.m. Monday An electrical transformer fell off a delivery truck on Watertown’s Public Square, leaking non-toxic oil all over the road.
Date: Oct. 10, 2016 WATERTOWN, NY (WWNY) – Welcome back Fall. You’re a little later this year and haven’t quite shown all of your true colors, but you’ve welcomed us with your crisp breeze.