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Watertown Woman Pleads Guilty In Alcohol-Related Crash

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A 32 year old Watertown woman is expected to lose her driver's license in connection with an alcohol-related accident near Watertown's Public Square.

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Public Health Director Was Fired Over Performance Issues

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The director of St. Lawrence County Public Health was fired over performance issues, according to county Legislature Chairman Kevin Acres.

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Children Undergo Treatment After Bat Tests Positive For Rabies

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Two children are undergoing preventative rabies treatment after a rabid bat was found inside their Watertown home.

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Car Crashes Into Arsenal Street Business

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A building in an outer Arsenal Street strip mall was damaged Wednesday morning after a car crashed into it.

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Must See Video: Fire Strikes Norfolk Apartment House Video included

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Firefighters from several St. Lawrence County fire departments fought a fire at an apartment house in Norfolk Tuesday night. 

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The Norfolk Fire: Our Coverage Wednesday Morning Video included

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Watch Keith Benman's report on Tuesday night's big fire in Norfolk by clicking on the picture at the top of this note - the cell phone video in the story is courtesy Jeremy Allen, a resident of Norfolk. 

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Sports Video: High School Soccer, Cross Country Video included

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Watertown beat Potsdam 3-1 Tuesday in non-league high school girls' soccer play. We have video highlights from the game, as well as highlights from the Canton Invitational cross country meet.  

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Opioid Crisis: AGs Want Answers from Pharma Companies Video included

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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is teaming up with 40 other AGs from across the nation to file subpoenas demanding information and documents from major opioid distributors and manufacturers.

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O'burg Man Charged After Wild Ride

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An Ogdensburg man was charged with numerous traffic violations Tuesday after allegedly getting behind the wheel and driving so recklessly some construction workers had to take cover behind a truck.  

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Employees: Watertown Plant to Close

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A national company that makes packaging is closing its Watertown operation, according to employees.  

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Why Watertown City Council Candidates Want This Man Gone Video included

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With potentially two new members on Watertown City Council come next year, it could mean a shift in how the city handles its long running dispute with the city's fire department.

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Man Celebrates 84th Birthday With Walk With WHS Team Video included

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What would you want to do for your 84th birthday? One Watertown resident decided walking up a hill in Watertown is what he wanted to do.

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900 Jobs Available In Jefferson County Video included

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There are 900 jobs available in Jefferson County. Employers were looking to fill those spots at the annual Jefferson-Lewis Job Fair on Tuesday.

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Just Face It: I Love NY Comes To Clayton Video included

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Clayton may be part of the I Love New York ad campaign.

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Economic Developers Throw Support Behind Plans For Agribusiness Park Video included

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A new agribusiness park near Watertown is in the works and Jefferson County economic developers are all in favor.

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Absentee Ballots Counted: Jennings Is Out Of Watertown Council Race

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The absentee ballots have been counted and the results of the primaries for Watertown City Council and city judge stand.

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Grafting Could Save Trees From Emerald Ash Borer Video included

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St. Lawrence County is fighting a bug known as the emerald ash borer. Volunteers are trying to stop it from destroying trees.

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St. Lawrence County Has State's Second Highest Jobless Rate

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St. Lawrence County has the highest unemployment rate outside of New York City.

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AG Presses TransUnion, Experian for Cyber Security Details

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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is pressing TransUnion and Experian to explain what cyber security they have in place to protect sensitive consumer information following a recent breach at Equifax that exposed the data of 143 million Americans.

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Council Members Oppose Eliminating Federal Tax Deduction Video included

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Members of Watertown City Council are voicing how they oppose the feds getting rid of possible tax deduction that's been around for more than 100 years.

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Sports: Sackets, Watertown Girls Netting Victories Video included

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The Sackets Harbor girls' soccer team hosted Alexandria Monday night.

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Massena Woman Charged In 5 Year Old Grandson's Death

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A Massena woman has been charged in connection with the February death of her five year old grandson in a house fire.

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No Third Trial After Molella's Case Is Dismissed

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There won't be a third trial for the St. Lawrence County man accused of booby trapping his home.

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Fort Drum IDs Soldier Killed In Crash

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Fort Drum has identified the soldier who was killed Sunday in an Oneida County car accident.

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Work Begins On Trail At Former French Fort Video included

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A new waterfront trail will highlight Ogdensburg's earliest history. It's on the site of a former French fort and there are plans for that as well.

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Your Turn: Your Feedback On 'Fence', Deployment & Wind Power Video included

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Is it a fence or a decorative feature? You had plenty to say about a controversy over a codes issue in the city of Watertown.

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Ice Skating Begins In Watertown Arena Video included

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Monday was the first day of ice skating at the Watertown Municipal Arena.

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Old Climax Plant Could Have A Buyer

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There could be a buyer for the former Climax Manufacturing plant in Lowville.

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Summer Arrives - Better Late Than Never! Video included

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It looks like summer is ending on a strong note after months of rain and cooler temperatures.

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What's In The Fort Drum Taxi Cab Contract? Video included

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Cab companies in Watertown have until the end of this week to submit their bids to be the only cab service on Fort Drum.

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Man Pleads Guilty In Massena Shooting, Stabbing Case

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One of the suspects in a Massena shooting and stabbing has entered a guilty plea.

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Red Cross Says Money Donations Help Hurricane Victims The Most Video included

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Many groups and organizations are trying to help out victims in Texas and Florida recovering from recent hurricanes. But the American Red Cross says items aren't the best way to help right now.

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Nigerian Man Caught In Massena Sentenced For Illegally Re-entering U.S.

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A Nigerian man picked up in Massena was sentenced in federal court Monday for illegally re-entering the United States.

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Potsdam Man Faces Drug Charges

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Potsdam police arrested a 27 year old village man they say was preparing to inject himself with a hypodermic needle in the park on Fall Island. 

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Report: Gas Prices Start Dropping After Harvey-Related Spike

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Gas prices are coming down, but it could take a while to see pre-Hurricane Harvey prices. 

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Watertown City Council Meets Tonight; Watch It Here

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Monday night's Watertown city council meeting will be webcast live here at wwnytv.com. 

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Woman Stationed at Fort Drum Dies in Oneida County Car Crash

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A woman stationed in the Army at Fort Drum is dead after a car hit a tree early Sunday morning in Oneida County.

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Gogolak Brothers Honored at O.F.A. for Revolutionizing Kicking in NFL Video included

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The present on the football field at O.F.A. met a key member of their team's past on Friday night as Pete Gogolak returned home to be honored by his alma mater with a plaque recognizing both him and his brother Charlie in O.F.A.'s Monument Park.  

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Parents Giving "Juliana's Gift" to Honor Stillborn Daughter Video included

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It had been one year since Jennifer and Michael Everett had said hello and goodbye to their daughter Juliana.

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A Throwback to the Ole' Plow Days on the Farm Video included

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The St. Lawrence Valley Draft Horse Club put on their annual Plow Days this weekend.

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Aim for the Cure Melanoma Walk in Watertown Video included

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Families remembering loved ones they lost to Melanoma. Sunday afternoon was the 11th annual Aim for the Cure Melanoma Walk in honor of Greg Maur and Tricia Alteri Jeffers.

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Bouts of Boxing: 9th Annual Carmen Basilio Quest for Champions Video included

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A great night of boxing on Saturday at the Watertown Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall as the 9th Annual Carmen Basilio Quest for Champions took place. 

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Saturday Sports: Revolution Win First Title Video included

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The Northeastern Football Alliance AA Division Championship was on the line Saturday night at Carthage High School as the Revolution hosted the Southern Tier Diesel for the title.

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The 13th Annual Cheers to the Cream Cheese in Lowville Video included

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A crowd of people, all with their eyes glued to the cutting of a massive cheesecake. That's a sight you probably won't see anywhere else in the country.

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Celebrating Heritage and Community at 2017 Bravo Italiano Festival Video included

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A tradition 33 years in the making.. Bravo Italiano Festival continued Saturday. After 33 years of pageantry, musical performances, and of course, Italian food.

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Video: 60s Pop Act The Cowsills Groove in Alex Bay Video included

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Bonnie Castle Resort in Alexandria Bay was grooving Friday night to the classic sounds of the Cowsills.

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Friday Sports: Busy Night on North Country Gridiron Video included

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Busy night on the north country gridiron Friday night with games in Other local games would include bouts in Lowville, Carthage, Watertown, Philadelphia, Potsdam, Gouverneur, Adams, Sandy Creek and more.

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Blast From The Past: 1996 Thompson Park Fun Video included

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This week on Blast from the Past, we go back 21 years when Watertown's Thompson Park was becoming more popular. Click on the picture to watch the report from 1996.

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Car Loses Control In Washington Street Accident

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Watertown police say a man driving a sports car on Washington Street Friday afternoon struck two pickup trucks, a guard rail and a utility pole before coming to a stop in a mechanic's garage.

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Political Newcomer To Run For Assembly

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A political newcomer wants to run for state Assembly next year.

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County To Draw Up Battle Plan Against Emerald Ash Borer Video included

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An army of volunteers will fight a small beetle in St. Lawrence County now that the emerald ash borer is there.

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Congresswoman Visits Fort Drum Soldiers Video included

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Congresswoman Elise Stefanik visited Fort Drum Friday to meet with Major General Walter Piatt and soldiers preparing to deploy to Afghanistan.

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Parking Garage Closed At Watertown's Hospital

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If you're going to Samaritan Medical Center this weekend, parking there will be different.

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SMC's New Labor & Delivery Unit Getting Good Reviews Video included

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New mothers and fathers are enjoying the new labor and delivery unit at Samaritan Medical Center in Watertown.

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Fort Drum Holds Ceremony For Soldiers Deploying To Afghanistan Video included

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This week, 10th Mountain Division soldiers are being deployed to Afghanistan from Fort Drum.

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Is This A Fence? Video included

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Is it a fence? It's a question that matters a lot right now to a Watertown couple.

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55 Guilty Pleas Entered In Operation Gravy Train

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The state says 55 people have pleaded guilty in St. Lawrence County Court in connection with the major drug sweep known as Operation Gravy Train.

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Watertown Man Admits Stealing From VFW Post

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A 70 year old Watertown man has admitted to stealing from VFW Post 5344 in the village of Adams.

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SLU Students Safe After London Subway Blast

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St. Lawrence University says its students who are studying abroad in London are safe and accounted for.

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Croghan Woman Convicted Of Selling Drugs

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A 34 year old Croghan woman has been convicted of selling drugs.

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Donations Pour In For Food Drive Video included

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Friday is a big day for food pantries across Jefferson County. The United Way of Northern New York held its annual food drive in Watertown.

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Live Preview Of Cream Cheese Festival Video included

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If you like cream cheese, Lowville is the place to be Saturday. That's because the Cream Cheese Festival is returning for its 13 year.

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NY's Lieutenant Governor Celebrates Women At SUNY Canton Video included

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Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul delivered a message of perseverance to women during a visit to SUNY Canton Thursday.  

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Developer Confirms Interest In Buying Watertown Golf Club Video included

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There could be a private sale of the Watertown Golf Club. The course tried to do a deal with the city, but council members backed off after getting push-back from taxpayers. 

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Thursday Sports: Cavaliers Soccer Dominates the Field, Click for Scores Video included

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Girls' Frontier League Soccer action under the lights in Dexter, where the General Brown Lady Lions hosted I.H.C. 

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August Was Record-Breaker For Watertown Airport Video included

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You might say the sky is the limit at the Watertown International Airport. The number of people flying in and out set a record in August.

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Credo Gets $1.1M To Battle Opioid Crisis Video included

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To combat the opioid addiction epidemic, New York state will invest $1 million into a Watertown treatment center.

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Mohawk Tribe Calls Drug Company Deal 'A Game Changer' Video included

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A multi-million dollar deal with a drug manufacturer is being described as a game changer for the 13,000 people who make up the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe.  

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Investigators Don't Think Boardwalk Motel Fire Was Arson

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Fire investigators don't think it was arson, but nothing is off the table yet as they try and figure out the cause of Wednesday's blaze at the Boardwalk Motel in Alexandria Bay.

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Downtown Building Owner Shows Off Success Story Video included

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It's a major investment in downtown Watertown. More than $500,000 has been spent to bring back a building that could have easily met the wrecking ball.

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Fort Drum Ceremony Honors Fallen Mountain Soldiers Video included

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Mountain soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice were honored Thursday.

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Norwood-Norfolk School Briefly Evacuated

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More than 1,000 students, faculty and staff had to evacuate the Norwood-Norfolk School Thursday afternoon.

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Watertown's Ice Rink Almost Ready For Season Video included

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It's a sign that summer is over. Crews are flooding the ice rink at the Watertown Municipal Arena this week.

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Hermon Man Accused Of Taking Deer Out of Season

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A Hermon man faces charges after a state Department of Environmental Conservation officer received a tip he was jacking deer.

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Highlights & Scores: Lots & Lots Of Soccer Video included

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Frontier League soccer, Northern Athletic Conference soccer, and college soccer kept our cameras busy Wednesday.

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Boxers On 'Quest For Champions' Saturday Night Video included

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A big amateur boxing event is coming up Saturday at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds. 

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Emerald Ash Borer Found In NNY Video included

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State environmental officials say they found the emerald ash borer in two places near the Canadian border. 

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Portion Of Alexandria Bay Motel Destroyed By Fire Video included

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A large portion of the Boardwalk Motel in Alexandria Bay was destroyed by fire overnight,

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Union Says Primary Was 'Big Win' For Watertown Firefighters Video included

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Change is coming to the Watertown City Council, but will it also bring a change of course on major city issues including the fire department and a pool?

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Wind Farm Developer Wants Member Booted Off Siting Board Video included

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A wind farm developer wants an opponent of the project booted off a state board. It's adding yet more controversy to the proposed North Ridge Wind Farm.

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Man Hospitalized, Then Jailed After Allegedly Swallowing Crack Bags

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A Bronx man was taken to the emergency room after he allegedly ingested bags of crack cocaine when police pulled over the car he was in. 

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2 Charged After Police Allegedly Find Heroin In Car

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Two people were arrested after police allegedly found heroin in their car. 

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DEC's Black Pond Area Reopens

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The Black Pond Wildlife Management Area is back open. 

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Do Wind Farms Put Fort Drum's Future At Risk? Video included

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Is Fort Drum's future at risk? there's a growing list of people who say yes. Wind farm projects are raising questions about the 10th Mountain Division's readiness and training.

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Driver Sees Solution To Uber, Lyft Issue At Fort Drum Video included

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Ride sharing companies Uber and Lyft aren't allowed to operate on Fort Drum right now, but it's still happening.  One driver for both companies has an idea to stop it with hopes of starting a conversation to let people get picked up on post.

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Volunteers Cooking Up A Storm For Italian Festival Video included

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It's a big draw at the Bravo Italiano Festival in Watertown - the food.

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City Approves Police Hire, Splash Pad Location Video included

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The city of Watertown is hiring another police officer. 

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Watertown City Council Primary: Jennings Apparently Out Video included

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Watertown City Councilman Steve Jennings will apparently not be able to seek re-election.

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Neddo Holds His Line In 3 Watertown City Court Primaries Video included

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Anthony Neddo will be on the ballot in November in the race for Watertown city judge.

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See Unofficial Results Of Town Supervisor Primaries, Other Races

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There were other primary elections in the north country, including several for town supervisor. In Jefferson County.

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Highlights & Scores: Swimming & Soccer Video included

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It was Watertown vs. Indian River in a girls' swimming match-up Tuesday. 

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Team Profile: General Brown Football Video included

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The General Brown football team has been picture-perfect so far this season. 

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Survey: Flooding Had 'Deeply Negative' Effects On Businesses Video included

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We know tourism took a hit along the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario this year. So just how bad was it?

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Fort Drum Soldiers Deploying To Afghanistan

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Fort Drum soldiers will be deploying this week to Afghanistan.

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Bail Set At $100K For Suspect In Massena Shooting, Stabbing

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Bail has been set at $100 for a suspect who had been on the lam for more than a month in a Massena stabbing and shooting.

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Stefanik Voices Concerns About Wind Farms & Fort Drum

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North country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik is weighing in on the potential effects of industrial wind turbine development at Fort Drum.

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Fort Drum Regional Liaison Organization Opposes Wind Power Projects

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The Fort Drum Regional Liaison Organization is opposing eight proposed wind power projects, saying they "will have a negative impact on Fort Drum and threaten its future."

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Local Volunteers Deploy To Help Hurricane Victims

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Volunteers are now racing to Florida to help Hurricane Irma victims. North country charities are balancing the needs of residents here and down south.

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State Makes Changes To Common Core Video included

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New York state is adjusting Common Core. It's now going to be called Next Generation Learning Standards for English and Math.

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Edwards-Knox Wants All Students To Enjoy Free Meals Video included

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They say there's no such thing as a free lunch. But we found a school where it's happening.

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Just Face It: NYSARC Walk Video included

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This week on Just Face It, walking to raise awareness for autism. St. Lawrence NYSARC held its 10th annual event Saturday in Canton. 

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Health Fair Coming Up Wednesday

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The 4th Annual Health and Wellness Fair is scheduled at the Salmon Run Mall Wednesday.

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Prison Break Accomplice Denied Parole

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A state board has denied parole to a tailor who played a key role in a prison break that's the subject of a Showtime miniseries being filmed in northern New York. 

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West Carthage Allows Delmar House To Stay In FD Video included

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West Carthage firefighters are asking the village to allow former West Carthage Judge Delmar House to stay in the fire department, even though he's a convicted felon. 

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Highlights & Scores: Boys' High School Soccer Video included

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Frontier League boys' soccer captured the local sports spotlight Monday. 

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Expect Delays Crossing TI Bridge

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If you're heading across the border at the Thousand Islands International Bridge. 

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Watertown Man Charged In Connection With Johnson Murder Video included

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A sixth person has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a Pamelia man.

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North Country Natives Describe Living Through Hurricane Irma Video included

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Hurricane Irma is now a tropical storm and people in Florida are dealing with the aftermath. We spoke with some north country natives who are now cleaning up.

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Lumber Prices Expected To Rise Due To Hurricanes Video included

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Effects from both Hurricane Irma and Harvey are stretching beyond the areas hit by the storms. The lumber industry is dealing with fallout from the destructive storms. 

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West Nile Virus Confirmed In Alpaca In St. Lawrence County

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There has been another case of West Nile virus confirmed in St. Lawrence County. This time it was identified in an alpaca in the town of Stockholm.

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What You Need To Know About Equifax Data Breach Video included

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Has your personal data been stolen? Experts say it's all too likely after a massive data breach at one of the big three credit reporting agencies.

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JCC Reflects On 9/11 Anniversary

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The north country joined the rest of the nation in observing the 16th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks.

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Clarkson University Observes 9/11 Anniversary Video included

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Clarkson University remembered the four alumni who perished on 9/11 during a ceremony on campus Monday morning.

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North Country Remembers 9/11 Attacks Video included

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It's been 16 years since the 9/11 attacks, the worst terrorist attacks ever on U.S. soil. 

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Akwesasne Man Sentenced For Illegally Transporting Alien

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A 63 year old man from Akwesasne, Ontario, Canada, was sentenced Monday in federal court.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Proetta Acquittal, Road Diet & Cabs Video included

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A St. Lawrence County jury found SUNY Potsdam lab technician John Proetta not guilty. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Museum Exhibit Celebrates Fire Department's 200 Year History Video included

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The Watertown Fire Department is marking its 200th anniversary.

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Firefighters Union Supports Non-Incumbent City Council Candidates

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The union that represents Watertown city firefighters is throwing its support behind everyone in the city council race who's not an incumbent. 

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Kevin Schenk, North Country Newsman, Dies

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A longtime news person in the north country and central New York has died. 

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Preview of Tuesday's Primary Elections Video included

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Tuesday is primary day, and north country voters have decisions to make. The biggest races Tuesday are in the city of Watertown, where city council seats and a city court judgeship are being voted on.

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Watertown Native Checks In From Irma Video included

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When the eye of Hurricane Irma hit the west coast of Florida on Sunday, it was still plenty nasty on the east coast. 

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Autism Walk Raises $18K

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They were walking for autism awareness Saturday at the Canton village park. 

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Great Video: Passion for Model Trains on Display in Clayton Video included

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It's something people get into pretty hardcore... Model trains This weekend was the 31st annual Thousand Islands Train Fair at the Cerow Arena in Clayton.

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Bikers Out for Hanno's Heartbeat Run Video included

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A group in Lewis County honoring a fallen friend and raising money to fight heart disease.

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Saturday Sports: Big Win for Beaver River Football, Click for Scores Video included

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Saturday's sports scores from around the north country.

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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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Former Make-A-Wish Kid Plans To Climb Mountain Video included

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A former Make-A-Wish kid is going to climb for more wishes.

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Morning Interview: Credo's Upcoming Events Video included

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Our guest on the 7 AM half hour of 7 News This Morning was Danyelle Brown from the Credo Community Center For The Treatment of Addictions.

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Morning Interview: Habitat For Humanity Needs Volunteers Video included

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You know Habitat For Humanity is all about building homes, right? But behind the scenes, a lot of other work has to take place - and Habitat needs volunteers. Our guest at 6 AM Wednesday on 7 News This Morning was Brian Drappo, executive director of Habitat's local chapter. 

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Wednesday's Weather: Our Late Summer Glory Continues Video included

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The summer we almost missed continues. Our high today will be around 80 and sunny; the low tonight, in the upper 50s.  

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Wake-up Weather: Summer's Strong End Continues Video included

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Expect a high near 80 degrees today with sunshine. Early morning commuters may encounter some fog with temperatures in the 60s. A high pressure system means the sun and warm temperatures will continue through the week. Watch Beth Hall's forecast by clicking on the video link.

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Harley The Dachshund Is Looking For A Home Video included

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Harley is a stray who's believed to be a purebred dachshund. She will be available Wednesday for adoption at the Jefferson County SPCA. 

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Job Fair Coming Up Tuesday

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If you're looking for a job or thinking about changing employers, you might be interested in going to a job fair this week.

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Forum Planned To Address Ogdensburg's Drug Problem Video included

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A community forum will be held this month to address the drug problem in Ogdensburg.

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It's A Good Time To Get Your Flu Shot Video included

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Flu season has arrived a little bit early this year. Vaccines are now available and officials say now is the perfect time to get a flu shot.

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TV Dinner: Chicken Provencal Video included

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It's a very simple recipe and one Chef Chris Manning first showed us back in July.

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Rain Here & There Video included

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We could get a bit of rain this afternoon. 

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A Warm & Sunny Wednesday Video included

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There could be some patchy fog early Wednesday, but that will burn off quickly once the sun comes out. 

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Watertown City Council Candidates Talk Issues As They Vote In Primary Video included

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Five candidates are running for seats on the Watertown City Council. One will be eliminated Tuesday night.

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Polls Open For Primaries Video included

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Polls opened at noon Tuesday for a handful of north country primary elections. 

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Primary Polls Open At Noon

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It's Primary Day and even though it's an off-year nationally, there are a few races locally.

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Summer Hasn't Given Up Yet Video included

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Tuesday will be another sunny day -- and even warmer than Monday. 

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A Nice Week Ahead Video included

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After a brisk start, it should turn out to be a very nice day. 

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TV Dinner: Gaucho Steak Video included

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With the first big warm weather holiday of the year upon us, our favorite chef is turning south of the border for a delicious steak recipe. Chef Chris Manning made Argentine gaucho steak with chimichuri sauce Friday morning, aided and abetted by 7 News anchors Les Shockley and Beth Hall 

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  • Carmella A. Knowlton, 77, of Watertown

    Carmella A. Knowlton, 77, of Watertown

    Wednesday, September 20 2017 2:11 PM EDT2017-09-20 18:11:28 GMT

    Carmella Alexandria Rose Ubriaco Knowlton, 77, Watertown died September 19, 2017 at Samaritan Summit Village.  

    Carmella Alexandria Rose Ubriaco Knowlton, 77, Watertown died September 19, 2017 at Samaritan Summit Village.  

  • Donald B. Hammond, 96, of Rensselaer Falls

    Donald B. Hammond, 96, of Rensselaer Falls

    Wednesday, September 20 2017 2:09 PM EDT2017-09-20 18:09:03 GMT

    Funeral services for Donald B. Hammond, age 96, of Rensselaer Falls, NY, will be held on Sunday, September 24, 2017, at Frary Funeral Home, Ogdensburg at 1:00PM with Rev. Tom Nichols officiating.  

    Funeral services for Donald B. Hammond, age 96, of Rensselaer Falls, NY, will be held on Sunday, September 24, 2017, at Frary Funeral Home, Ogdensburg at 1:00PM with Rev. Tom Nichols officiating.  

  • John A. Miller, 55, of Macomb

    John A. Miller, 55, of Macomb

    Wednesday, September 20 2017 2:05 PM EDT2017-09-20 18:05:13 GMT

    Mr. John A. Miller, age 55, of Macomb, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, September 18, 2017, at his home. 

    Mr. John A. Miller, age 55, of Macomb, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, September 18, 2017, at his home. 

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