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Fire Damages Watertown Home Video included

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Water problems slowed down firefighters as they battled a blaze at a home in the city of Watertown.

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Is New York State Going To Pot? Video included

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Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to explore whether or not the state should legalize recreational marijuana.

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Sheriff: Officials Investigate Possibility That Meth Lab Sparked Fire

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Officials are investigating the possibility that a meth lab may be to blame for Monday night's apparent explosion and fire at Belmont Courts Apartments in Ogdensburg.

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Lundy Speaks Out About Lawsuit, NSIL Lawyer Calls It 'Utter Nonsense' Video included

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Local developer Mike Lundy says he doesn't want to be considered a bully as he sues the North Side Improvement League.

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Think It's A DMV Site? Check Again Video included

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Be careful where you click. It turns out that what appears to be a convenience will end up costing you more.

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SMC Cuts Social Program For Elderly Video included

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Samaritan Medical Center has ended a program that gives elderly people chances to socialize.

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Fort Drum Advocacy Group Re-brands Itself Video included

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A Fort Drum advocacy organization is re-branding itself in hopes of drumming up new membership.

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NY To Require Shelters To Check Animals For Microchips Video included

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Soon all animal shelters and rescues in New York will have to check animals in their care for microchips.

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Judge Strikes Down Farm Workers' Unionization Lawsuit

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A New York judge has dismissed a lawsuit that could have dramatically affected farm wages in the state by granting those workers collective bargaining rights. 

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Man Allegedly Sets Toilet Seat & Chair On Fire During Argument

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A man is accused of throwing a toilet out a window and setting it on fire during an argument in the town of Potsdam Tuesday morning. 

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Winter Weather Advisory Issued Video included

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Snow accumulations up to half a foot could make roads slippery Wednesday. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Jefferson and Lewis counties until 7 p.m. We'll have scattered showers throughout the day. The area could get from 4 to 6 inches of snow, with the greatest accumulations on the Tug Hill. Periods of snow could result in snow-covered roads and limited visibility. Wednesday's highs will be in the low-20s. There's a chance of snow on Thursda...

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Woman Accused Of Forcing her Way Into Massena Home

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A Massena woman allegedly forced her way into a home and remained there without permission. 

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Man Allegedly Drives With Child In Car With .26% BAC

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A town of LeRay man is accused of driving with an underage passenger while he had a blood alcohol content over three times the legal limit. 

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Possible Explosion, Suspicious Activity Linked To Ogdensburg Fire Video included

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An explosion may be to blame for an overnight fire at an Ogdensburg apartment complex. There's word the blaze looks suspicious.

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Developer Sues Northside League Over Sale Video included

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Developer Michael Lundy is suing the Northside Improvement League over the league's sale of its headquarters on Mill Street in Watertown. 

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That Elusive Queen Of Hearts ... Video included

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There's still no winner in the ever-growing Queen of Hearts jackpot at the Elks Club in Watertown. 

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Too Soon For Baseball? Not At JCC Video included

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It's cold and snowy outside, but at Jefferson Community College, it's not too early to think about baseball.

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Highlights & Scores: JCC On The Hardwood Video included

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It was a good night Tuesday for Jefferson Community College hoopsters. 

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Wood Stove Is Possible Cause Of Clayton-Area Blaze

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A mother and daughter lost everything after a fire in the town of Clayton Tuesday morning.

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St. Lawrence County Corruption Case Closed Video included

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An investigation into corruption in St. Lawrence County is closed.

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Precautions In Place For Samaritan Keep Home Visitors Video included

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If you have a tickle in your throat or feel achy, don't go to Samaritan Keep Home in Watertown.

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Detective Uses Debris To Track Down Alleged Hit & Run Driver

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This is a story about the police work that helped find a driver who allegedly struck a pedestrian and left him injured in the road.

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78 Flu Cases Confirmed In Jefferson County This Season Video included

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When it comes to flu season, we're in it. The Centers for Disease Control says this is the biggest outbreak in years and it's spreading quickly.

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Local Lawmakers React To Cuomo's Budget Plan Video included

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Governor Cuomo says he can eliminate the state's big budget deficit. He unveiled a $168 billion budget Tuesday.

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Watertown, Firefighters Union Await Decision On Arbitration Video included

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It's the latest round in the feud between Watertown and city firefighters. After making their cases Tuesday, lawyers and both sides will wait a few weeks for a decision.

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Route 3 Reopens After Flooding

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A portion of Route 3 in the town of Ellisburg is reopened to traffic.

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North Country Arts Council Sees Profitable Year Video included

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After falling upon hard times, the North Country Arts Council is in better shape.

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Just Face It: Ice Jam Video included

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This week on "Just Face It," the ice lets loose on the Grasse River in Russell.

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Cuomo's Favorabilty Gets Boost After State Of The State

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo begins an election year with his highest approval rating since 2014. 

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Seaway Tonnage Up For 2017

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The problems the St. Lawrence Seaway had getting ships out of the system for the winter didn't seem to have any adverse effects on what otherwise seemed like a good year for shipping. 

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Woman Struck By Truck In Black River

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State police say a woman in Black River was hit by a pickup truck Monday night. 

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Creativity Key For Brick & Mortars To Stay Competitive, Expert Says Video included

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Herb Phillipson opened up his first Army & Navy Store in Rome, N.Y. in 1951 and kept expanding from there. 

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Highlights & Scores: Ice, Hoops & A Patriotic Zamboni Video included

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The Islanders and Franklin Academy of Malone skated to a 2-2 tie in a boys' hockey contest in Clayton Monday night. 

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Power Restored To Nearly 16,000 Left In Dark Overnight

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National Grid says electricity has been restored to all its Jefferson County customers. 

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First Student To Put Bus Garage Outside Watertown School District Video included

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Will a decision to switch bus companies come back to bite the Watertown School District? It's a story that starts with where First Student will put its new headquarters.

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Man Accused Of Raping 12 Year Old

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A 12 year old girl who had been missing has been returned to her mother after she was found with a 27 year old Massena man. 

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Black River Crests At Flood Stage, Ice Still Causing Trouble Video included

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The Black River crested Monday at 10 feet in Watertown. That's flood stage. And depending on where you were in the north country, you either got water or ice.

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Collision Sends Beer Truck Into Utility Pole Video included

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No injuries were reported after collision caused a beer truck to slam into a utility pole in Watertown Monday afternoon.

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Philipson's Stores Up For Sale, Owner Says

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The owner of a regional retail store chain wants to sell. But reluctantly.

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Important Deadline Looms For Gun Owners Video included

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Anyone who obtained a pistol permit before January 15, 2013 needs to recertify their permit by the end of this month.

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Watertown Restaurant Owner Staying Put Video included

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A local restaurant owner will now stay in downtown Watertown. Chris Emeanua owns Sweet Bean Cafe on Court Street.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Watertown Finances, Shipping Season, Retiring Cobbler Video included

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Watertown's city manager says if council doesn't reign-in spending, the city may have to lay off city workers or cut services. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Video included

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It's one army helping another to honor slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Florida Woman Injures Leg In Snowmobile Accident

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A Florida woman was injured in snowmobile accident in the town of Turin Sunday night.

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Lowville Couple in Hawaii "Trying to Get Back to Vacation" After False "Ballistic Missile Threat" Video included

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Lowville resident Brian McGrath is in Hawaii, celebrating his ninth wedding anniversary with his husband Mark. A celebration that came to a harsh stop Saturday when he received an alert that said a ballistic missile threat was heading towards the state.

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Party Time in Felts Mills with the Black River Valley Fiddlers Video included

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Do-Si-Do and around they go. A party every Sunday of the year.

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Panel at Flower Memorial Library Talks About Helping Addicts Recover Video included

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Finding pathways to addiction recovery and resources That's what this afternoon's drug addiction recovery session at Watertown's Flower Memorial Library was about.

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Fire at Snowmobile Camp in town of Rodman

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The cause of a fire that burned down a snowmobile camp in the town of Rodman Saturday night is still unknown.

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Video: Back to Reality As Snowstorm Blankets North Country Video included

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Then came the snow.. St. Lawrence County had some of the hardest hit parts in the north country Canton had around around 13 inches, making it Saturday a day for snow removal.

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Copenhagen Fire: About 35 Flooding Calls Friday Video included

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Before the snow Saturday, was flooding on Friday. Copenhagen was just one of the areas dealing with flooding from the thaw and rain.

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North Country Winters On Display at Arts on the Square Video included

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The North Country winters take on another form in Watertown's Public Square in the form of art.

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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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Some People Waiting Too Long for an Ambulance in St. Lawrence County Video included

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Everybody wants the ambulance there fast when they have an auto accident or other emergency.

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Walczyk Speaks Out About 'Hoarding' Of City Funds Video included

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Watertown City Council Member Mark Walczyk stands by his claim the city is hoarding it's savings, even though we've learned he voted against spending some of that savings back in December.

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Watertown Firefighters Union Wins Legal Battle

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It's a win for Watertown firefighters in one of their ongoing legal battles with the city.

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Ice Jam Floods Homes In North Lawrence Video included

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An ice jam brought icy flood waters into yards and homes in North Lawrence Friday.

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Rain Causes Problems - And Mixed Precip & Snow Is On The Way Video included

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Thursday's warm temperatures were a welcome relief from the bitter cold, but on Friday those temperatures -- combined with rain -- were causing major problems. 

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Blast From The Past: 2004 Ice Sculpting Workshop Video included

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On this week's Blast From The Past, we take you back to 2004 for a  snow sculpting workshop in Cranberry Lake.

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Watertown Sees Record High Temperature Friday

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

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Police: No Charges Will Be Filed In Psych Center Patient's Death

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Ogdensburg Police Department says no charges will be filed in connection with an altercation last month that led to the death of a St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center patient.

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Dump Truck Clips Wires, Overturns

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A dump truck got tangled up in some utility wires and overturned Friday.

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Viewer Captures Powerful Frontal System Over Lake

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A 7 News viewer captured a powerful frontal system pushing its way over Lake Ontario Friday afternoon.

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Watertown Elks Club Queen Of Hearts Jackpot Hits $40K Video included

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Find the queen of hearts and win $40,000. The Watertown Elks Lodge's Queen of Hearts fundraiser is up to almost $64,000. 

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Accused Rapist Fails To Show Up For Arraignment

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A bench warrant has been issued for an accused rapist after he failed to show up for court.

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Seaway Officially Closes As Last Ship Leaves System

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The last of the vessels that were trapped inside the St. Lawrence Seaway have left the system. 

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Fire Leaves 2 Lyons Falls Families Homeless

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A Lyons Falls apartment house was destroyed by fire Thursday. 

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Officials Learn How To Assess Solar Projects Video included

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With solar projects gaining ground in the north country, Lewis County officials got a chance to learn more about them Thursday night. 

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Highlights & Scores: Boys' Frontier League & NAC Hoops Video included

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Things were heating up on the high school hardwood Thursday night. 

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Is Watertown Hoarding Money? City Leaders Weigh In Video included

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It's a debate over whether the city of Watertown has too much money in the bank - sparked by Council Member Mark Walczyk's claim that the city is hoarding money. We look at the numbers.

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Fire Heavily Damages Lewis County Camp

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An electrical malfunction is believed to have caused a fire that heavily damaged a summer camp in the Lewis County town of Watson.

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Ogdensburg Sees Record Air Passengers, More Bridge Traffic Video included

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Ogdensburg is seeing more bridge crossings and more tolls collected. Plus, its airport has smashed all passenger records. Officials say there's a connection.

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SmartStyle Salons Staying Open In North Country

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Smartstyle shops, which are mini hair salons located inside Walmart Supercenters, are staying open around the north country.

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Watertown Landlord Registration Now Online Video included

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As of January 1, the new rental registration site is up. Property owners need to create an account on the city's web page.

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JCC Gets $300K For Domestic Violence, Sex Crime Education Video included

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Jefferson Community College has been given $300,000 in an effort to educate students and faculty about domestic violence and sex crimes.

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Some On Tug Hill Eager For Cold To Return Video included

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For some, Thursday's 50 degree temperatures were a welcome warmup.  But, there are others who would rather keep the cold.

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Free Radon Test Kits Offered In Jefferson County Video included

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Jefferson County Public Health is giving out free radon testing kits after high levels have been detected in the county.

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Funeral Services Held For Monsignor McCarthy

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Funeral services were held Thursday for Monsignor Robert McCarthy, who passed away Saturday at the age of 99.

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After 60+ Years, Shoe Repairman Gives Work The Boot Video included

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His career has been helping people with their soles. Now Dino Arvan says it's time to retire.

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Towns Reap Benefits From Dissolving Villages

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Two north country townships are reaping benefits from the state for dissolving villages within their borders.

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State Police Troop D Gets Aerial Drone

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New York state troopers are getting more eyes in the sky. 

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Popular Ice Fishing Derby Canceled

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Organizers are canceling a fundraising ice fishing derby because of bad weather that's expected this weekend. 

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Community Remembers Monsignor McCarthy Video included

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Firefighters led the procession for Monsignor Robert McCarthy Wednesday to the Church of the Holy Family in Watertown, where McCarthy served as pastor for 21 years. 

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A Survivor's Story: Carrie Bugbee Speaks Out Video included

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The West Stockholm woman who lost her husband and three children in a fire at their home is speaking out. Carrie Bugbee wants to thank the community for its support during this terrible time.

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Highlights & Scores: Basketball, Hockey & Wrestling Video included

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Boys' Frontier League basketball, Northern Athletic Conference hockey and NAC wrestling were some of action on a busy night for local sports Wednesday. 

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'Boom Boom' Mancini Coming To Watertown Video included

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The Watertown Area Boxing Club is bringing hall-of-famer Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini to Watertown in September. 

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Fort Drum Soldiers And General Piatt Deploying To Iraq

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More than 500 Fort Drum soldiers, including the commander of the 10th Mountain Division, will be deploying to Iraq this spring.

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Group Wants Shorter Shipping Season In Wake Of Seaway Snag Video included

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After freeing a ship from ice in Snell Lock over the weekend, a debate is now heating up. It's all centered on the length of the shipping season.

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Walczyk: Watertown Is 'Hoarding' Tax Dollars

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Watertown is hoarding taxpayer money, according to City Council Member Mark Walczyk.

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Marijuana, $30K Seized During Brasher Traffic Stop

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St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies seized $30,000 and a small amount of marijuana during a traffic stop.

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Jail Administrator Reacts To Cuomo's Bail Proposal Video included

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If Governor Cuomo gets his way and eliminates bail for some inmates, you could see the population in our local jails could go down a little bit.

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Lockheed Martin Invites North Country Workers To Job Fair

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A job fair in Syracuse is targeting north country workers. Lockheed Martin has 200 positions available at its Syracuse and Owego sites.

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People Asked To Stay Off Ice Near Locks

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People are being asked to stay off the ice in the canal between the Eisenhower and Snell Locks.

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Soldiers Train To Survive In The Cold Video included

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As the north country gets a brief thaw, the 10th Mountain Division is training for when colder weather sets back in.

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Volunteers Needed For Shepherd's Cloak Program Video included

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They have plenty of clothing to give away, but not enough volunteers to hand it out.

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Monsignor McCarthy Remembered On Eve Of Funeral Video included

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Calling hours will be held Wednesday evening for a man who left his mark on the north country. Monsignor Robert McCarthy passed away over the weekend at the age of 99.

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Lowville Man Charged In Sex Abuse Of Teen

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A Lowville man is accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy. 

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Lewis County Woman Charged In Rape Of Teen

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A Brantingham woman is in trouble for allegedly having sex with an underage boy. 

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Meth & Weapon Charges In Lewis County Bust

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A traffic stop leads to a meth-making charge for one Lewis County resident and a weapons charge for another.

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Breaking Up The Winter Humdrum With ... Cornhole? Video included

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It's a game usually associated with hot summer nights and cookouts, but the competition was on Tuesday night at the Watertown Fairgrounds. 

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Team Profile: Indian River Boys' Hoops Video included

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The Indian River boys' basketball team -- a talented group with a great deal of potential -- is playing well so far this season. 

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Highlights & Scores: Watertown & Indian River In The Pool Video included

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Watertown and Indian River took to the pool Tuesday in a boys' Frontier League swim meet.

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Flower Library Considers Asking City Schools For Help Video included

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Watertown's Flower Memorial Library needs more money to buy things such as books, DVDs and magazines. 

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Watertown's Manager Warns Of Cuts To City Jobs, Services Video included

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Watertown's city manager says if council doesn't reign-in spending, the city may have to layoff city workers or cut services.

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Ogdensburg Police ID Body, Disclose Cause Of Death

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Nearly a month after a man's skeletal remains were found in Ogdensburg, police have confirmed his identity and disclosed the cause of death.

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Minimum Wage Hike Blamed For Cici's Pizza Closure

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The increase in the state's minimum wage has caused a pizza place in Watertown to close its doors, according to its owner.

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New Hangar Expected To Improve Air Ambulance Response

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The Watertown International Airport is getting $1.5 million from the state to design and build a new hanger for air ambulance services.

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Canton Maple Syrup Business Moves To Industrial Park Video included

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A sweet move by a Canton business can now bring the sweet taste of St. Lawrence County to more people worldwide.

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Leaks Force Watertown Business To Move Out Of Downtown Video included

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A Watertown business is moving from its Public Square home because, the owner says, the building has major problems.

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U.S Portion of Seaway Finally Closes For Season

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The U.S. portion of the St. Lawrence Seaway is now officially closed for the 2017 navigation season - a little more than a week after it was supposed to close.

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A Progress Report On Watertown's 'Road Diet' Video included

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Watertown is sticking to its road diet. The goal was to make the part of Washington Street by the schools simpler and safer.

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People Enjoying Warmer Weather Video included

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There's no doubt that temperatures have warmed up quite a bit and people who are working outside all winter are enjoying the change.

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Youngsters Finally Get To Have Recess Outside Video included

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It's what kids and teachers have been waiting for: it was warm enough Tuesday for a Kindergarten class at Sherman Elementary School in Watertown to go out and play in the snow.

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Just Face It: Tug Boat Video Video included

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Andrew Henry of Alex Bay saw the tug boat "Leonard" heading back toward Lake Ontario as he was ice fishing near Cuba Island.

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Watertown Officials Say They're Willing To Help DPAO Cut Concert Costs Video included

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Watertown's city council says it's willing to do something to help the Disabled Persons Action Organization with its costs for using the municipal arena and fairgrounds for its concerts. 

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Noise & Lights Help Scare Crows Out Of Watertown Neighborhoods Video included

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It's that time of year when crows are flocking in city of Watertown neighborhoods by the thousands. 

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Highlights & Scores: Boys' Hardwood Action Video included

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Boys' high school basketball was in the spotlight Monday night. 

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Ex-Addict Questions Effectiveness Of Needle Exchange Program Video included

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A needle exchange program is expected to begin in Watertown in a couple of weeks, according to officials at ACR Health. But, a former addict questions how effective it will be in fighting the heroin problem.

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School Threat In Virginia Is Felt In Massena Video included

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A threat at a Virginia high school was felt 600 miles away in Massena.

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Commission Proposed To Change Watertown Government Video included

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Watertown City Council is taking the first step towards what could be a major change to how it runs city government.

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7 Homeless After Fire In Philadelphia

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There's nothing left after a fiery scene in Philadelphia over the weekend.

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Lowville Man Sentenced For Making Meth

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A 36 year old Lowville man is going to prison for making methamphetamine.

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State Awards Grants To Area Airports For Improvements

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Airports around the north country are getting state funding for improvements.

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Students Eat In Gym After Pipe Bursts In School Cafeteria Video included

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A burst pipe flooded the cafeteria and kitchen at Augustinian Academy in Carthage.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Bus, Bail & McCarthy: Video included

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The fate of Freeman Bus Corporation is up in the air as it's likely to lose its last major contract, one with the Watertown City School District. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Youngsters Enjoy Toddler Story Time Video included

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You're never too young to enjoy a good story. Canton Free Library is putting that to the test.

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Travel & Weather Advisories Issued

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A travel advisory has been issued for Lewis County. 

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Man Threatens Troopers, Police Say

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A Norfolk man allegedly threatened state police when they were called to a domestic incident. 

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Woman Accused Of Stealing From Group Home Residents

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A Russell woman is accused of stealing items from residents of a United Helpers group home and returning them to a store for a gift card. 

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2 Charged With Animal Cruelty In Lisbon

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Two Lisbon residents have been charged with animal cruelty.

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More Crow Hazing Monday

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Wildlife biologists from Loomacres Wildlife Management will be out in the city of Watertown Monday evening to try to disperse flocks of crows. 

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Fire Sweeps Through Port Leyden Home

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A Port Leyden family is homeless after fire swept through their home Sunday evening. 

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Saturday Sports: "Orange Out" Against Cancer Video included

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Some hearty souls braved the elements for a good cause Saturday in Cape Vincent as the Thousand Islands boys' and girls' basketball teams hosted General Brown in the 2 schools annual Coaches Versus Cancer "Orange Out" games.  

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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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Not Too Cold, Not Too Snowy Video included

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There will be some snow off and on for the next few days, but it's not likely to amount to much. And there aren't any frigid temperatures to talk about. 

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Jenne Seeks Ban On State Subsidies For Wind Projects Near Drum Video included

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Assemblywoman Addie Jenne is calling on New York state to help control how close wind power projects can get to Fort Drum.

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A Little Warmer With Some Snow Video included

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Tuesday will feel like a typical winter day -- not too cold with some light snow falling. 

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16,000 National Grid Customers Lose Power

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National Grid said 16,000 customers in Jefferson County were without power early Tuesday morning.

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Flood Warning Issued For Black River

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If you live or own a business along the Black River, you might want to watch out for rising waters. 

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Chilly Day Ahead With Warmer Temps Coming Video included

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We'll see some warming this week, but first: Monday. 

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McLeod's Forecast: A Warm Up on the Way for Dr. King Day Video included

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The National Weather Service has issued a FLOOD WARNING for the Black River in Jefferson and Lewis Counties until Monday at 7:00 pm.

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Ice, Snow & Mud Blocking Area Roads

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Rain and melting snow are causing problems on some north country highways.

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Warm & Rainy, With Flood & Winter Storm Warnings Video included

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Predicted mixed precipitation and significant snow accumulation has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a winter storm warning for the north country. 

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Winter Storm Warning Issued For North Country

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The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties.

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Warmer & Rainy For A Couple Days, Then Back To Winter Video included

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We could see some flooding over the next couple of days and there's the potential for up to a foot of snow and mixed precipitation as temperatures drop into the weekend. 

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Warm Day (Eventually) & Getting Warmer Tomorrow Video included

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Wednesday started out with temperatures in the teens and single digits, but it's going to warm up and be a fairly nice day. 

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Nice Today. Warmer Through End Of Week Video included

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It's going to be a fairly mild day, although temperatures could drop a little from where they were early Tuesday. 

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DPAO Wants Better Deal For Concert Series Video included

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The Disabled Persons Action Organization needs a better deal from Watertown if it's going to keep bringing big-name concerts to the city.

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Warmer With Snow; Weather Advisory In Effect Video included

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Twenty-four hours can make a big difference in north country weather. 

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  • Irene H. Southworth, 96, of Norfolk

    Irene H. Southworth, 96, of Norfolk

    Wednesday, January 17 2018 6:16 PM EST2018-01-17 23:16:27 GMT

    NORFOLK - Graveside services for 96 year old Irene H. Southworth, a resident of the St. Regis Nursing Home in Massena and formerly of Norfolk, will be held in the spring at the Bixby Cemetery in Norfolk.  

    NORFOLK - Graveside services for 96 year old Irene H. Southworth, a resident of the St. Regis Nursing Home in Massena and formerly of Norfolk, will be held in the spring at the Bixby Cemetery in Norfolk.  

  • Phillip W. Baker, 88, formerly of Colton

    Phillip W. Baker, 88, formerly of Colton

    Wednesday, January 17 2018 5:54 PM EST2018-01-17 22:54:01 GMT

    COLTON - Funeral services for 88 year old Phillip W. Baker, a resident of Pittsford, Vermont and formerly of Colton, will be held Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 11 a.m. at the Buck Funeral Home in Colton with Rev. Lee Sweeney presiding.   

    COLTON - Funeral services for 88 year old Phillip W. Baker, a resident of Pittsford, Vermont and formerly of Colton, will be held Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 11 a.m. at the Buck Funeral Home in Colton with Rev. Lee Sweeney presiding.   

  • Delima Diagostino, 91, formerly of Massena

    Delima Diagostino, 91, formerly of Massena

    Wednesday, January 17 2018 4:25 PM EST2018-01-17 21:25:53 GMT

    Ohio - Delima Diagostino, 91, of Sagamore Hills, Ohio, formerly of Massena, passed away on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at Legacy Place Twinsburg in Ohio.  

    Ohio - Delima Diagostino, 91, of Sagamore Hills, Ohio, formerly of Massena, passed away on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at Legacy Place Twinsburg in Ohio.  

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