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Flood Warning Issued For Part Of St. Lawrence County

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The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for northeastern St. Lawrence County through 6:45 p.m. Wednesday.

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Ratigan Announces Run For Congressional Seat Video included

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A former cable news anchor has thrown his hat in the ring for Congress. Dylan Ratigan wants Elise Stefanik's seat.

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Tops Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

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Tops Markets has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but the company isn't going anywhere.

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Watertown Sees Record High Temperature Wednesday

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Wednesday's unseasonably warm weather in the north country ended up shattering the record high temperature for January 12.

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Must See Video: Kayaking In February? Video included

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Wednesday's 60 degree temperatures and the rain were a gift for some. Experienced kayakers say it was a perfect day for whitewater kayaking down the Bovine Falls in Brownville.

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Developer To Outline Plans For Watertown Golf Club

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A developer's vision for the Watertown Golf Club will be shared with city council Monday night.

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2 Accused Of Setting Downtown Watertown Fire Video included

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Two men accused of setting a large vacant building on fire in downtown Watertown are being held without bail.

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MASH Camp Offers Hands-On Medical Experience Video included

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Students are getting hands-on medical experience. More than 40 kids in grades 8 through 12 are participating in a winter MASH Camp,

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Larry the Cable Guy In Need Of Forever Home Video included

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A little cat took a long trip and now it needs a permanent home. Here's the story of a cat named Larry the Cable Guy.

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2 Arrested In Connection With Fire At Belmont Courts

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Two people have been arrested in connection with the January fire at Belmont Courts Apartments in Ogdensburg.

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Drugs Found In Cabbage Mailed To Ogdensburg Prisoner

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Corrections officers at an Ogdensburg prison found drugs hidden in a cabbage that was being mailed to an inmate last week. 

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Teen Accused Of Making School Threat

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A 14 year old was arrested after he allegedly made threats aimed at a north country school. 

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Plan To Further Reduce FD Overtime Nixed Video included

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Watertown city leaders are walking back plans to further reduce firefighter overtime. 

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No Garden - Vacant Watertown Properties Up For Auction Video included

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Two vacant properties in the city of Watertown will go to auction and will not be used for a public garden as one resident proposed. 

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Still No 'Queen' As Jackpot Grows

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Still no winner in the weekly Queen of Hearts drawing at the Watertown Elk's Club. 

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Highlights & Scores: Section 3 & Section 10 Basketball Video included

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First-seed Lyme took down Utica Academy of Science in a Section 3 Class D boys' basketball quarterfinal Tuesday night.

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Injured Firefighter Undergoes Surgery, Cause Of Blaze May Never Be Known Video included

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They've narrowed it down to a hot spot as the investigation continues into how a massive fire in Watertown on Newell Street started.

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Watertown Fire Chief, Mayor Discuss Dispute At Fire Scene Video included

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In the wake of the Newell Street fire, the already heated dispute between Watertown and the firefighters became even more intense. Mayor Joe Butler visited the scene Tuesday afternoon and had a discussion with Fire Chief Dale Herman.

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Watertown To Spend $12K To Hire Krol As City Manager Consultant

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There's a proposal to spend $12,000 for a familiar face to help in the search for a new city manager for Watertown.

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3 Trained To Teach Public About Active Shooter Situations Video included

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All around the country, communities are being trained in how to react if someone takes a gun into a school, church or another public place and starts shooting. It's called an active shooter situation. Jefferson County is no exception.

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Boone Explains Why She Wants Congresswoman Stefanik's Job Video included

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North country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik is up for re-election this year and a lot of people want her job, including one other Republican and at least nine Democrats. One of them in Watertown Tuesday.

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Black River Expected To Crest Just Above Flood Stage

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Flooding prediction on the Black River have been knocked down a notch.

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Eddie Cito: Star Rising - A Special Report Video included

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The odds of making it big in the music industry are close to impossible. It takes a mix of stars aligning, the right place, the right time, and the right song. 

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Ogdensburg Has Problems Repairing Equipment Video included

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Aging equipment could mean worse city roads in Ogdensburg when it snows next. 

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Kids Wage Nerf War! Video included

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Kids on vacation put down their pencils and picked up Nerf guns for an all-out battle in Philadelphia.

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Just Face It: Winter Kayaking? Video included

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This week on Just Face It - enjoying the seasons, winter and summer, with this activity.

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Highlights & Scores: Massena & Malone Split Championships Video included

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Massena and Malone battled it out on two fronts on the hardwood Monday night, with their teams vying for the boys' and girls' Section 10 Class A championships. 

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Massena Hopes President Imposes Tariffs On Aluminum Imports Video included

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President Trump is free to slap big tariffs and quotas on aluminum, which is something people in Massena hope he does.

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Watertown's Mayor Stands By Fire Department Staffing Plan Video included

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Watertown's mayor says it's a directive that's working and needs to be expanded. The firefighters union says the city is being deceitful.

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Flooding Expected With Warmer Temperatures

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This week's warmup should be watched by people in lower lying areas around the Black River.

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Brighter Crosswalks Could Be In Watertown's Future Video included

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Watertown city council member Mark Walczyk wants to brighten up city streets. 

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Henderson Harbor Man Dies In Rodman Crash

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A Henderson Harbor man is dead following a crash in the town of Rodman Sunday afternoon. 

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Maple Season Arrives In North Country Video included

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It's a sure sign spring is just around the corner when maple syrup producers start collecting sap.

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Anglers Think Ice Fishing Days Are Numbered Video included

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A number of people were out ice fishing on Chaumont Bay Monday, but anglers say it could be the end of the season.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Snow Plow Immunity & Safety Video included

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Snow plows are considered immune from Vehicle and Traffic Laws when they're on the job, which makes it next to impossible to collect liability insurance from them after an accident. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Children Visit Zoo To Build Their Own 3D Version Video included

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Visiting the zoo to learn how to build a zoo. That's what some children were doing Monday as part of the Zootastic Engineering program at Jefferson Community College.

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Schumer Approval Rating Dips Among New Yorkers

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Among his constituents, the U.S. Senate's minority leader has his lowest approval rating since 2005. 

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Schumer Urges President To Adopt Aluminum & Steel Tariffs

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New York's senior senator is urging the president to enact a recommendation from the U.S. Commerce Department to impose tariffs or quotas on steel and aluminum imports. 

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Man Charged In Alleged Potsdam Drug Sales

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A Potsdam man was charged with drug sales Saturday night. 

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Union Upset With New Watertown FD Staffing Proposal

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The Watertown firefighters union says the mayor and city manager are expanding their vendetta against the union with their push to cut overtime costs even more by not bringing in firefighters to cover vacation time.

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Traffic Stop Ends In Drug & DWI Charges For Watertown Man

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A Watertown man who was pulled over on Watertown's Public Square for allegedly changing lanes unsafely ended up with drunk driving and drug charges. 

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Minor Injuries In Watertown Accident

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One person was taken to the hospital for minor injuries after a two-car crash at the corner of Washington and Academy streets in Watertown on Sunday. 

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Bikinis and Snowmobiles, "Freezin' for Reason" in North Lawrence Video included

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and even some men left the winter jacket at home for the first ever Bikini Snowmobile Rally Sunday. hosted by the Lawrenceville Volunteer Fire Department.

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Daytona 500 Party Biggest Fundraiser for Philly Fire Dept.

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It's like the super Bowl for racing fans, and for one north country fire department, it helps pay the bills. The Daytona 500 party filled Philadelphia Fire Hall to capacity, Sunday.

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Sunday Sports: Girls' Section 10 Basketball Playoffs Video included

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The Girls' Section 10 Class D basketball playoffs took place Sunday at SUNY Canton with four games on the schedule.

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Report: Tops Owners Said to Prepare for Bankruptcy

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Could supermarket chain Tops Friendly Markets being getting ready for bankruptcy?

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Ratigan, Former Anchor, Seeks $$$ For Congress Bid

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A former cable TV news anchor is soliciting donations for a run for the north country's seat in congress

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State Parks Attendance Rose Again in '17, Topping 71 Million

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Attendance at state parks rose last year once again, with 71.5 million visitors to parks and historic sites across New York state.

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Saturday Sports: Section 3 and Section 10 Playoffs Video included

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Two Girls' Frontier League volleyball teams vying for sectional titles in Chittenango today.

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Reopening of the Hotel Saranac, Gov. Cuomo There for Ribbon Cutting

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A big day for Saranac Lake. Saturday was the grand reopening of the Hotel Saranac. Governor Andrew Cuomo was there for the ribbon cutting.

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Keg Toss and Softball in the Snow, Saturday at Snowtown USA Video included

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Softball players fared the cold temperatures Saturday in Snowtown USA's Softball Tournament.

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Massena Woman Sentenced to 14 Years in State Prison

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Mackenzie Bailey, 22, was sentenced to 14 years in state prison to be served concurrent with her federal sentence in a case involving the Bailey pleaded guilty to one count of sexual by force back in July.

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Arts on the Square's Exhibit: "You Got Inked!" Video included

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Got ink? North country artist Melissa Green does. Her work is on display at Watertown's Arts on the Square in an exhibit called "You Got Inked!"

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Friday Night: Fireworks Kick Off Snowtown USA Video included

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Fireworks lit up the sky over the baseball diamond at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds in Watertown Friday night for the opening ceremony of Snowtown USA.

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New York Offers Free Fishing Weekend and Ice Fishing Clinic

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York state officials are hosting a free fishing weekend and an ice fishing clinic. The Department of Environmental Conservation has designated Saturday and Sunday as one of a series of free fishing weekends, with license fees waived.

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Meet The Woman Behind The Fish Fry Dinners Video included

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It's the first Friday of Lent, which means fish fry meals will be served up by the batch. We headed to the American Legion in Lowville, where making these dinners has turned into a family tradition.

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Clarkson Technology Behind Olympic Medal-Winning Luge Sled Video included

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An American luge athlete rides into Olympic history and Clarkson University was on his team.

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Safety Is Priority For Snow Plow Operators Video included

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Earlier this week we told you about "municipal immunity," which essentially makes snow plows exempt from the rules of the road. Now, we find out how plow drivers try to be safe out on the road.

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Snowtown USA Kicks Off With Skating, Fireworks Video included

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Snowtown USA kicks off at the Watertown Fairgrounds Friday night with fireworks. Skating is also a big attraction.

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Blast From The Past: 1998 Ice Sculptor Video included

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This week on Blast From The Past, we go back 20 years as Mark Mason reports on a north country's finest ice sculptor at a Lake Placid competition.

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'No Credible Threat' At Carthage Central, Officials Say Video included

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Officials at Carthage Central School say the rumors of a threat at the high school are "unfounded."

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3 Found Sleeping In Car Face Meth Charges

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Massena police have released the identities of three people allegedly found passed out in a car in a shopping plazas parking lot Thursday with a meth lab in the trunk. 

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Man Admits Smuggling Drugs Into Jail

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A 40 year old Lowville man faces prison time for smuggling drugs into the Lewis County Jail and handing them out to inmates.

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Case Moves Forward For Man Accused Of Attacking Boss With Chainsaw

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The case of a 30 year old Lyons Falls man accused of attacking his boss with a chainsaw will move forward.

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ICE Chief Credits Trump For Dramatic Drop In Illegal Border Crossings Video included

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His stance on immigration is hard-nosed and that's why he sees eye to eye with President Trump. West Carthage native and acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Tom Homan is at the heart of one of the biggest debates in Washington right now.

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ACR Health Awaiting Funding For Watertown Project Video included

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ACR Health has two projects in downtown Watertown. One is a go, but it's a waiting game for the other.

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'Violent Altercation' Sends Potsdam Student To Hospital

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Officials say a ninth grader at Potsdam Central School is doing okay after a classmate struck him in the head with a laptop computer.

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Hermon Man Accused Of Having Sex With Minor

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A Hermon was sent to St. Lawrence County jail after he allegedly had sexual contact with a teenage girl. 

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Woman Injured In Car-Semi Accident

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A Winthrop woman was taken to the hospital following a crash in the town of Stockholm Thursday evening between her car and a tractor-trailer.

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No Serious Injuries In 2-Vehicle Accident

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Jefferson County sheriff's deputies ticketed the driver of an SUV following a two-vehicle accident in Friday morning's heavy fog.

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Woman Accused Of Jumping Curb To Pass School Bus

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A Harrisville woman faces several charges after she allegedly jumped a curb to pass a bus letting off students at Harrisville Central School. 

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Residents Weigh In On Great Bend Elementary's Fate Video included

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John Peck was one of the first students to ever attend Great Bend Elementary School in the 1950s. 

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Highlights & Scores: Section 10 Basketball & Track Postseason Video included

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The postseason rolled along in Section 10 on the hardwood and the track Thursday night.

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Plan In Place Locally To Handle School Shooting Video included

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The images out of Florida after Wednesday's school shooting remind local school officials and police why they need to have a plan in place.

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Mobile Meth Lab Found In Massena Shopping Plaza

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The parking lot at a Massena plaza has become a crime scene after three people were found passed out in a car that contained a methamphetamine lab.

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Hogansburg Man Released In Wake Of Cocaine Bust

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A 24 year old Hogansburg man, who allegedly had more than 100 pounds of cocaine in his car, has been released from federal custody.

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Judge To Allow Lundy To Purchase North Side League Building Video included

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The fate of the North Side Improvement League building in Watertown has hung in the balance for years. 

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DA Intends To Prosecute Nick Hillary For...

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Former St. Lawrence County murder defendant Nick Hillary may be going on trial again, but this time for something different.

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Ratigan Tells 7 News He's Thinking About Running For North Country Congressional Seat Video included

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A man you may know from cable news is interested in running for Congress in the north country.

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ICE Chief Visits JCC, Discusses Immigration Debate Video included

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Criminal justice students at Jefferson Community College listened to Tom Homan, acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, during his visit to campus Thursday.

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Loan Secured For New Watertown Brewery Video included

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A significant piece of financing has been secured for a new Watertown brewery.

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RSV Shares Symptoms With The Flu Video included

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It's a notably bad flu season this year, but on its coattails is RSV, an upper respiratory virus without a cure that leads to the hospitalization of many children.

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Technology, Friend Help Child Participate In Concert Video included

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Technology, music and friendship. All three combined to make a special day at a Potsdam elementary school even more special.

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North Country Sees Warmer Temperatures...For Now Video included

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Temperatures in the north country are warming up and people are loving it.

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Library Sets Up Blind Dates...With Books Video included

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A blind date is waiting for you at the Adam's Free Library.

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Governor's Budget Raises Oversight Concerns, Comptroller Says

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New York state's comptroller says the budget proposal submitted by Gov. Andrew Cuomo gives the governor "significant flexibility" to adjust spending after the plan is approved by the Legislature. 

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Legislation Would Ban Pet Stores From Buying From Puppy Mills

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Pet stores in New York state would be prohibited from buying dogs or cats from puppy mills and other large commercial breeding facilities under a new proposal in the state Legislature. 

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Investigators Puzzled By Reappearance Of Missing Skier Video included

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State police are investigating the unusual disappearance and reappearance of a Toronto skier. 

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Section 3 Pairings Set - Plus Highlights & Scores Video included

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The march for a state high school championship on the hardwood begins Friday. 

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Watertown Heads Into Postseason Following Epic Win Over Carthage Video included

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The Watertown volleyball team earned an epic win Tuesday night that earned the team a spot in the Section 3 Class A championship.

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Program Targets Watertown's Zombie Homes Video included

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Watertown is going after zombie homes and is ready to put money into abandoned properties. It's a program that is being brought back.

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Massena Area Eyed For State's Largest Solar Farm Video included

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It could be New York's largest solar farm and a Florida company wants to put it just south of Massena.

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Hogansburg Man Pleads Guilty To Contraband Cigarette Charges

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A cigarette maker from Hogansburg has admitted to bad record keeping, dodging federal taxes, and running an unlicensed operation.

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Man Admits Slamming Car Into Art's Jug

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A 35 year old man has admitted to smashing his car into a Watertown restaurant as well as possessing drugs.

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Carthage Fire Survivor In Critical Condition

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A Carthage woman injured in a February 5 fire in the village is now in critical condition in a Syracuse hospital.

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Man Sentenced For Making Meth In Watertown Motel

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A 35 year old man is going to prison for methamphetamine at a town of Watertown motel.

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Watertown McDonald's Reopens After Bomb Threat Video included

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Nearly four hours after a bomb threat prompted an evacuation at the McDonald's on Arsenal Street in Watertown, officials have given the restaurant the all-clear.

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BOCES Asks Voters To Okay Purchase Of This Building Video included

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Voters will soon make two decisions when it comes to Jeff-Lewis BOCES. One is to spend $20 million for improvements. The other is to take ownership of a well-known Lowville building.

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Would Fort Drum Troops Be In Trump's Military Parade?

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Estimates are coming in for what would be the first military parade in Washington D.C. since the end of the first Gulf War in 1991. 

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Wynonna Headlines St. Lawrence County Fair

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A well-known country music star is kicking off the Gouverneur-St. Lawrence County Fair.

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Students See What BOCES Has To Offer Video included

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High schoolers put down their books and pencils Wednesday to take to hands-on learning during a field trip at the Bohlen Technical Center.

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IHC Students Among Those Observing Ash Wednesday Video included

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Ash Wednesday is observed by people of all ages.

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Queen Of Hearts Jackpot Grows To $166K

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Another week, another drawing and still no winner.

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2nd Man Pleads Guilty In Gouverneur Burglary Spree

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The second of two men accused in a Gouverneur burglary spree in November has pleaded guilty.

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Highlights & Scores: Watertown Volleyballers Upset Carthage Video included

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It was an upset that ended a seasons-long winning streak. 

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Driver's Car Is Wrecked, Plow That Hit It Has Immunity Video included

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After his car was hit by a snow plow, a Henderson man is out of a car and out of luck when it comes to recouping his losses and it's all because of a New York state law.

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Early Voting Plan Draws Mixed Reviews Video included

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Governor Cuomo's budget now includes early voting. But the proposal is drawing mixed reviews.

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Not 'Best Of Breed,' But Close

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It might not be a win, but for a local dog breeder, it's close enough. 

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Waddington Seeks Help To Pay For Fishing Tournament Video included

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A fishing tournament hosted by Waddington benefits more than Waddington - and organizers are casting a line to find other municipalities to help pay for it.

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'Missing' Whiteface Mountain Skier Found In California

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A skier, who had been the subject of 5 1/2 day search on Whiteface Mountain, has been found safe and sound on the other end of the country.

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Carthage Mulls Future Of Old School Building Video included

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The Carthage Central School District is doing the math on whether or not it'll keep an old building open. It's a facility that provides students with a special opportunity for education.

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7 News Special Report: To Keep The Peace Video included

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Police officers have a new way to avoid the use of deadly force. It doesn't involve force at all. It's all about communication.

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State Recovers Record $4.5M In Unemployment Insurance Fraud

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Cracking down on unemployment insurance fraud paid off in a big way for New York.

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Fire Damages Abandoned Pamelia Home

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Investigators are looking for the cause of a fire that heavily damaged an abandoned home in the town of Pamelia overnight. 

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What's The Most Popular Valentine's Day Flower? Video included

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What's the most popular flower for Valentine's Day?

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Why Are These First Graders Dressed Up Like 100 Year Olds? Video included

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It was the first 100 days of school at Brownville Elementary on Tuesday.

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Just Face It: Noah's Ark Out Of Snow Video included

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This week on Just Face It, Gene Sundberg of Beaver Falls has spent the last 2 months creating Noah's Ark out of snow.

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Harrisville Residents To Vote On Dissolving Village Video included

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Voters in Harrisville will have the chance to vote on whether or not they want to dissolve the village. 

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110 Pounds Of Cocaine Seized In Traffic Stop

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Federal authorities say police found more than 100 pounds of cocaine in a vehicle driven by a Hogansburg man that was stopped for speeding on Interstate 81. 

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Watertown Council Hears Final Sewall's Island Cleanup Plans Video included

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The final cleanup of Watertown's Sewall's Island is a step closer. 

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Get Your Geek On At Library's Pop Culture Program Video included

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If you're into pop culture, Flower Memorial Library is the place. 

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Highlights & Scores: Frontier League Finals Video included

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Both A and C Division Frontier League boys' basketball finals went down to the wire Monday night. 

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Local Dr., Lawmakers React To OxyContin Maker's Change In Marketing Video included

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A major opioid maker is backing off its promotion. So what does that mean for St. Lawrence County, which is part of a class action lawsuit?

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Watertown YMCA Hopes To Build New Aquatic Center Video included

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A part of downtown Watertown in need of development may be getting just that. The YMCA is ready to dive in on Court Street.

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Frampton & Steve Miller Band To Headline DPAO Concert Video included

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The Disabled Persons Action Organization has announced well-known classic rock performers will headline one of their outdoor summer concerts.

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Belleville Fire Department Seeks Help For New Station Video included

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They're there whenever you need help. Now the Belleville Fire Department is asking for help from the community when it comes to adding a new fire station.

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Pentagon Proposes Billion$ For Missile Defense

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The Pentagon is proposing to spend billions in 2019 on missile defense as Fort Drum waits to see if it's selected as the preferred site for an East Coast missile defense system.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Tablets For Inmates, Adoption Law & More Video included

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More than 50,000 inmates in New York prisons will be receiving tablets while the corrections officers who guard them will be doing their jobs with a pencil and paper.  You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Poll Shows Cuomo's Numbers Drop, But Not Support For Proposals

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo's favorability and job performance ratings took a dip from January, even though New Yorkers still show strong support for some of his priorities.

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Organizations Work To Keep Kids Smiling Video included

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It's a push to help make sure area school children have healthy smiles. 

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Lowville Man Allegedly Steals Debit Card

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A Lowville man is accused of buying things at two Lowville stores with a debit card he stole.

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Inmate Allegedly Shoves Corrections Officer At Parole Meeting

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A Lewis County jail inmate is accused of shoving a corrections officer after throwing papers and walking out of a parole meeting. 

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4 Frontier League Girls' Teams Hope For Deep Postseason Runs Video included

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High school basketball's version of March Madness starts this week. 

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Sunday Sports: Watertown Wolves Complete 3 Game Series Sweep Video included

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The Watertown Wolves played a rare Sunday night game at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds Ice Arena as they hosted Danville in the final game of their 3 game weekend series.

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Saturday Sports: Girls' Frontier League Basketball Championships Video included

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A busy day on the hardwood at Jefferson Community College, Saturday, as the Girls' Frontier League Basketball Championships were on the line in the A, B, C, and D Divisions.

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Athlete Of The Week: Kyle Nichols Video included

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Kyle Nichols, General Brown's basketball standout, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for February 9, 2018.  

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Sunday Sports: Frontier League Volleyball Championships Video included

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Super Bowl Sunday was also a super Sunday for Girls' Frontier League Volleyball as the A, B and C Division Titles were on the line at Watertown High School.

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Saturday Sports: Section 10 Girls' Hockey Championships Video included

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The Girls' Section 10 Hockey Championship took place Saturday at the Pine Street arena in Potsdam, as the undefeated Lady Sandstoners met Salmon River for the title.

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Sunday Sports: J.C.C. Men's and Women's Basketball Doubleheader Video included

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A men's and women's basketball doubleheader this afternoon at J.C.C., with the Cannoneers hosting Finger Lakes Community College in mid-state conference action at the McVean Athletic Center.

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Saturday Sports: Frontier League Wrestling Champs in Adams Video included

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A huge boys non league basketball match up in Lowville Saturday as the Red Raiders hosted the Canton Golden Bears, a team that came just 1 win shy of winning the State Class B Championship last season.

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Athlete Of The Week: Mia Pariona Video included

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Mia Pariona, Carthage Central's volleyball standout is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for January 26.  

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Highlights & Scores: SUNY Potsdam Basketball Video included

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SUNY Potsdam fell twice to SUNY Plattsburgh in a basketball doubleheader Tuesday night. 

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Athlete Of The Week: Jacob Hess Video included

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Jacob Hess, South Jefferson basketball's standout guard, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank Athlete Of The Week for January 18.  

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Athlete Of The Week: Tray Bell Video included

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Indian River's basketball standout, Tray Bell, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for January 12.   

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Athlete Of The Week: Isaiah Wilson Video included

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Isaiah Wilson, Lyme's sophomore standout on the basketball court, is  the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for January 5. 

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7 News Wins Awards For Newscasts, Reporting

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7 News was honored Saturday night as "best newscast" during the New York State Associated Press Association's annual awards dinner. 

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Sports: Frontier League Swimming and Wrestling

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The Frontier League crowned champions in both swimming and wrestling Saturday.

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Temps To Fall As Flood Watch Continues Video included

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If you enjoyed Wednesday morning's unseasonably warm temperatures, don't get used to them. 

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Fire Investigators Search For Newell Street Fire Cause Video included

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State fire investigators are sifting through the rubble of a building on Newell Street in Watertown that was destroyed by fire overnight. 

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Firefighters Still On Scene Of Downtown Watertown Fire Video included

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Crews were still on the scene Tuesday morning fighting a blaze on Newell Street in downtown Watertown. 

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Eddie Cito: Star Rising, A Preview Video included

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Eddie Cito's song "Hold On" is opening doors for the up-and-coming musician. 

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Warm, Rainy, With Flooding Possible Video included

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It's going to feel like spring for a couple days. And that means spring-like flooding is possible.

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2 Watertown Firefighters Hurt In Downtown Blaze Video included

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Two firefighters were hurt Monday night during a blaze in a downtown Watertown building, which is owned by Samaritan Medical Center.

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Flood Watch Issued As Temperatures Rise & Rain Falls Video included

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There are warm temperatures and rain in the forecast. That means we could have some flooding. 

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Update: Victim ID'd in Deadly Rodman Accident

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State Police have named the victim in Sunday's deadly accident in the town of Rodman on County Route 69.

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McLeod's Forecast: More Dry Time Tonight Video included

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The National Weather Service has issued a FLOOD WATCH for all of the North Country from Tuesday at 1:00 am until Wednesday until 7:00 pm.

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Rain, Snow & Falling Temps Video included

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It'll be one of those days where it's warmer in the morning than in the afternoon. 

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Fog, Sun, Clouds & Rain Video included

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It's going to be a warm day for February. 

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Warm Temperatures For Valentine's Day Video included

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If Valentine's Day doesn't warm your heart, Wednesday's temperatures might. 

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Sunshine To Start, Seasonal Temps By Afternoon Video included

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It was a few degrees above or below zero early Tuesday, but it should warm up to seasonable temperatures. 

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A Few Days Of Sunshine Video included

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Things could be a little slick out there Monday morning. 

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  • ObituariesMore>>

  • Ray Watson, 88, Raymondville & Madrid

    Ray Watson, 88, Raymondville & Madrid

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 4:15 PM EST2018-02-21 21:15:14 GMT

    RAYMONDVILLE - Funeral  services for 88 year old Ray Watson, a resident of Liverpool, NY and formerly of Ocala, FL , Raymondville and Madrid, will be held Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 12 noon at the United Methodist Church in Raymondville.

    RAYMONDVILLE - Funeral  services for 88 year old Ray Watson, a resident of Liverpool, NY and formerly of Ocala, FL , Raymondville and Madrid, will be held Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 12 noon at the United Methodist Church in Raymondville.

  • Alice M. Goodrich, 90, formerly of Norwood

    Alice M. Goodrich, 90, formerly of Norwood

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 3:45 PM EST2018-02-21 20:45:25 GMT

    NORWOOD - Funeral Services for Alice M. Goodrich, 90, a resident of Newport, NY  for the last 2 ½ years and formerly of Norwood, will be held Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 2 p.m. at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Norwood.

    NORWOOD - Funeral Services for Alice M. Goodrich, 90, a resident of Newport, NY  for the last 2 ½ years and formerly of Norwood, will be held Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 2 p.m. at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Norwood.

  • Mary E. Colton, 79, of Russell

    Mary E. Colton, 79, of Russell

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 3:42 PM EST2018-02-21 20:42:21 GMT

    RUSSELL – Mary E. Colton, age 79, of Russell, passed away at home on February 20, 2018 under the care of her family and hospice.  

    RUSSELL – Mary E. Colton, age 79, of Russell, passed away at home on February 20, 2018 under the care of her family and hospice.  

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