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Watertown Firefighters Handle 12+ Overdose Calls Weekly Video included

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Watertown city firefighters respond to 12 to 15 drug overdose calls a week. But, there's a new tool that's saving lives.

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Snapchat's New 'Snap Map' Has Some Locals Worried Video included

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It's called Snap Map, a new social media app wildly popular with teens. It tells their friends, and maybe others, where they are. But, not everyone think this app should be snapped up.

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South Jeff Community To Celebrate Lives Of Teens Who Drowned

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A celebration of life is planned for two teenagers who drowned in Lake Ontario over the weekend.

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Man Killed In Sandy Creek Accident

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A 56 year old Oswego County man was killed overnight Wednesday after his car struck a tree in the town of Sandy Creek.

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Sentencing For Swartz Likely Delayed

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The sentencing of Christopher Swartz of Watertown on wire fraud and tax evasion charges will likely be delayed. Swartz was the longtime owner of Jreck Subs. Prosecutors say Swartz engaged in more than a decade of theft from investors, from Jrecks and other companies, and then concealed the millions he stole with a maze of fake businesses. 

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Goodyear Blimp Comes To Watertown Video included

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A Goodyear blimp is coming to Watertown Wednesday. 

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Sackets Has Concrete Plan To Be Ready For Holiday Weekend Video included

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The 4th of July weekend can be sink or swim for towns which rely on tourists. With its docks underwater, Sackets Harbor has a concrete plan to be ready this weekend.

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A Look At The Early Days Of The 10th Mountain Division Video included

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We take a look back at the earliest days of the 10th Mountain Division. Dozens of Fort Drum leaders and soldiers learned about the first men of the mountain.

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Historical Society Exhibit Celebrates County Fair Video included

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The Jefferson County Historical Society has opened a new exhibit in the Paddock Mansion celebrating 200 years of the Jefferson County Fair.

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Behind The Scenes Of JCC's Community Surveys Video included

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Jefferson Community College student survey north country residents every year to see what they think about their quality of life. We take a look behind the scenes. 

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Hemp Farmer Hopes To Spark New Industry Video included

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A local farmer is showing off his hemp crop to local and state officials. 

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School's Out, But Fall Athletes Start Prepping For Season Video included

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School might be over for the summer, but that doesn't mean hard work ends for high school athletes.

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Noonan Could Serve Life For Killing Girlfriend Video included

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Gregory Noonan could spend the rest of his life in prison for killing his girlfriend. 

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'Fishing Pole' Graduation Honors Senior Who Died

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At Morristown High School's graduation this past weekend, the class of 2017 honored a senior who died in April. 

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Prosecutors: Throw The Book at Swartz

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In an 81 page memorandum to the judge, federal prosecutors lay out in exacting detail why they think Christopher Swartz should be sentenced to a "substantial" term in prison - maybe as much as 24 years. Swartz was the longtime owner of Jreck Subs, who has admitted to wire fraud and tax evasion.

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House Fire Lights Up Night Sky In Town Of Pierrepont

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Investigators are trying to pinpoint the cause of a blaze which lit up the night sky in the St. Lawrence County town of Pierrepont Monday.

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Stefanik Opposes Trump's Tax Reform Plan

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North country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik is against President Trump's tax reform plan.

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Summer Food Program Helps Kids Get Free Lunches Video included

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As summer begins, there are free lunch programs new and old for kids starting this week.

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Concerns Mount Over Destructive Wakes Video included

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It's making high waters worse. People in Henderson Harbor tell us many boaters are not following the speed limit put in place to prevent wakes from damaging shorelines and property.

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Cuomo Calls Lawmakers Back To Albany For 'Extraordinary Session'

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Governor Cuomo has called all state lawmakers back to Albany for what's called an extraordinary session.

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Sackets Harbor Cuts Ribbon On Summer Season

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Open for business - that's the story in Sackets Harbor after a $2.7 million construction project tore up West Main Street.

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Just Face It: Adirondacks From Above Video included

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This week on Just Face It, a bird's eye view of the Adirondacks.

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Design Sought For Watertown Fountain Video included

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It's a chance for local artists to leave a mark on downtown Watertown.

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Keene Resident Announces Bid For Congress

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The field is starting to fill out in the competition to be the Democrat who opposes Congresswoman Elise Stefanik in 2018.

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Teen Accused Of Punching Family Member

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A Potsdam teen was charged after he allegedly punched a family member in the face.

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VanWaldick, Former Officer, to Be Released Video included

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A former Watertown city police officer will be released from prison this fall, after serving most of a 12 to 15 year term for attempted murder, kidnapping and other charges. Michael VanWaldick was denied parole after a hearing earlier this month, but state officials said VanWaldick is scheduled for release anyway on October 13. 

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Voter Registration Effort Targets GOP Districts

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo is launching a new voter registration campaign in an attempt to get more New Yorkers out to the polls in next year's congressional elections. 

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Update: Bodies Of Missing Teens Found, Names Released Video included

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The bodies of two teens missing in Lake Ontario since Sunday afternoon have been recovered. 

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Remington Gets State Help To Preserve Artwork Video included

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The Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg is getting help when it comes to keeping precious works of art at just the right temperature.  

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Watertown Opens New Playground Video included

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A new playground opened in Watertown to kick off the summer season. 

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Cuomo Calls on NY Congress to Stop Health Care Changes Video included

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Governor Cuomo called on New York state's Congressional delegation Monday to stop the U.S. Senate's sweeping changes to health care. Cuomo issued his call on the same day the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office said the Senate bill would leave 22 million more people without health insurance over the next decade.  

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State Funding For Flooding Hits Snag Video included

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That $90 million in state money for people flooded out by this spring's high waters? Don't count on it. The state senate and assembly approved the $90 million before the end of the legislative session in Albany last week. But Governor Cuomo isn't signing, at least not yet.  

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Deadline Extended For Fountain Design

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Want to put your mark on part of downtown Watertown? Artists have until July 13 to submit their plans for a redesign of the Lachenauer Fountain in downtown Watertown.

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Drug & Assault Pleas Send Woman To Prison

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A Watertown woman was sentenced to four years in prison after she pleaded guilty to drug and assault charges.

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Wolves Announce Ownership Change

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The Watertown Wolves have announced a change in ownership -- and say they're looking for a coach. 

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Your Turn: Feedback On Attack, Cats, Drug Dealers & More Video included

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The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is asking for help finding the person who allegedly attacked an autistic man who was out for a walk in Glen Park: You shared your thoughts on that story and others in the news.

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State Lawmakers End Session With Successes & Stalemates

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The legislative session in Albany is over, and lawmakers are touting accomplishments regarding college affordability and juvenile justice. 

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Bill Would Help Volunteer Firefighters Pay For Cancer Costs Video included

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Volunteer firefighters don't have medical coverage if they get cancer, but hat could soon change with a bill to help out volunteers who are exposed to so much smoke and fire. 

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2 Hurt In Car-Motorcycle Collision

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Two people were flown to a Syracuse hospital Sunday morning after their motorcycle was involved in an accident on Interstate 81 in Watertown. 

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Copenhagen Grads Remember Bonding Experiences Video included

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It's the final day of graduation weekend and Copenhagen said farewell to its class of 2017. 

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Asbury Pastor Says Farewell To Congregation Video included

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The Rev. Leon Van Wie has given sermons at Asbury United Methodist Church almost every Sunday for 19 years. Sunday was his final morning service. 

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Behind The Guns Of Fort Drum's Artillery Video included

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Howitzers firing salutes are a loud part of many Fort Drum ceremonies. It takes a lot to fire those huge weapons. 

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Final Run For Cerroni 5K Video included

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Sunday was the final run to honor a former Marine captain who died in a snowmobiling accident in 2006. 

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Using A Watertown Playground Becomes More Complicated

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There are changes coming to Watertown's summer recreation program. Parents now have to to register their kids and make sure they're up to date on shots. 

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State Reminds Boaters To Observe 5 MPH Speed Limit

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New York’s peak boating season is kicking in and state officials are reminding boaters to observe the 5 mph speed limit while cruising within 600 feet of shore along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. 

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Wanted: Loon Counters

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Researchers keeping track of loon populations in the Adirondacks are looking for help from volunteers. 

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2 Wins, 1 Loss In Local Semipro Football Video included

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It was supposed to be three area semipro football teams on the road, but because of a scheduling conflict, the Carthage Revolution hosted Charlotte at Carthage High School Saturday night. 

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North Country Man on Mission For Waterfalls Video included

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A retired teacher from the Edwards-Knox school district is on a mission - to find as many north country waterfalls as he can, and get federal recognition for them. This spring, Dave Schryver got a series of falls officially named by the U.S. Board of Geographic Names.  

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At Sackets Central, Triplets Graduate, Look Ahead Video included

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Amy, Caleb and Riley Nans have been together since, well, before they were born. And Saturday, the Nan family triplets graduated from Sackets Harbor Central School District. Sackets was one of many north country high schools to graduate students this weekend.  

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Saturday's Graduation Last For Fred Hall, Sackets Superintendent Video included

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Saturday's graduation at Sackets Harbor Central was the final graduation for outgoing school superintendent Fred Hall. Hall announced earlier this year that he's retiring, after 10 years in the top position at Sackets Central.  

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Blast From The Past: 1989 Graduation Party Video included

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This week on Blast From The Past, we go back 28 years for a graduation party. Click on the picture to watch the story by former 7 News reporter Jim Delosh.

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JRC's Sheltered Workshop Thrives In New Location Video included

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Sheltered workshops provide jobs for people with developmental disabilities. Many of those shops had to close because of changes ordered by the state. But, the one in Watertown didn't. It simply moved.

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Ogdensburg's Credit Rating Moves To Junk Bond Status Video included

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It's junk. That's the latest on the city of Ogdensburg's credit rating.

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Union Workers In Samaritan System Ratify New Contract

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Members of Local 1199 of the Service Employees International Union at Watertown's Samaritan Medical Center, Samaritan Keep Home, and Samaritan Summit Village say they have overwhelmingly ratified a new contract.

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State Parks Opening With Smaller Beaches Video included

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Beaches at state parks in the north country are opening this weekend, but with high water every where, this opening will be far from normal.

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Watertown School District Celebrates Fralick's Career Video included

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Watertown City School District Superintendent Terry Fralick got a standing ovation at his retirement party Friday afternoon.

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South Lewis Officials Favor Building Elementary School

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The South Lewis School District is moving forward with a plan to combine its elementary schools.

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Gouverneur Woman Faces Arson Charge

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A 49 year old Gouverneur woman is accused of setting fire to the porch of an apartment house while tenants were in the building.

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Lewis County's New Manager Takes Over Video included

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An Adams Center native has returned to the north country to run Lewis County. Friday was the first day Ryan Piche was on his own as Lewis County manager.

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Settlement Talks Underway Between Tony Stewart & Kevin Ward Jr.'s Family

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According to WSTM-TV, former NASCAR driver Tony Stewart is in federal court in Syracuse for a settlement conference with the family of Kevin Ward Jr. of Port Leyden.

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Amanda Rides! Live From Alexandria Bay Video included

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Rain isn't stopping bikers from gathering in Alexandria Bay Friday for the Thousand Islands River Run.

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South Lewis Board Votes To Pursue Single-School Option

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The South Lewis school board voted unanimously Thursday night to put a single-school option up for a vote. 

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Bronx Man, Watertown Woman Arrested In Drug Raid

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Two people face drug charges after police raided a Watertown home Thursday afternoon.

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Charges Follow Truck-Bike Collision

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A Lowville man is accused of leaving the scene after he allegedly hit a bicyclist with his truck Thursday afternoon.

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Flooding Victims Learn What State Help Is Available Video included

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Neighbors of Watertown met with victims of Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River flooding Thursday night to help them connect with help available through the state.

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At 2-0, Red & Black Off To Good Start Video included

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After an undefeated start, the Watertown Red & Black hit the road for a game at Auburn Saturday night.

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Mother Completes Fishing Pole Drive In Son's Memory

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A mother of a Morristown Central School senior who died in April reached her goal of giving hundreds of fishing poles to students at her son's school. 

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Watertown Woman Charged In Drowning Death Of Daughter Video included

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A Watertown woman has been arrested in connection with the drowning death of her one year old daughter.

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Former Fowler Town Judge Going To Prison For Trading Rulings For Sex Video included

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A former Fowler Town Court justice, who admitted to trading beneficial rulings for sexual favors, is going to prison.

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Murder Suspect Offered Plea Deal

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Murder suspect Keith Bjork has two weeks to decide whether he'll take a plea bargain.

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NY Democrats Criticize Senate GOP Health Care Bill Video included

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Senate Republicans have released their version of a replacement for Obamacare and New York Democrats are roundly criticizing the  plan.

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Seaway Traffic Slows As Record Amount Of Water Is Released Video included

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Although the flooding is improving, shipping on the St. Lawrence Seaway has slowed. It's all the result of a record release of water at Massena.

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Medical Students Learn About Life In Rural Hospitals Video included

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Larger city medical students are learning what life is like in a rural hospital.

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Behind The Scenes At Carthage's St. James Fair Video included

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St. James Church in Carthage is holding its fair for the 43rd year. We got a look behind the scenes at what it takes to put on the fair.

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Thursday: Water War of Words Ratchets Up

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The war of words between Governor Cuomo and the group which regulates water levels on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River ratcheted up a notch Thursday. In a letter, Cuomo said the group has to keep releasing high volumes of water from the lake, even if it brings shipping on the St. Lawrence Seaway to a temporary halt.

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Time For A New Clock In Downtown Lowville Video included

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The time has arrived in Lowville. A new Verdin clock was installed in the village's four corners Thursday morning.

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Jail Inmate Accused Of Having 'Hooch' In Cell

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A Lewis County jail inmate was allegedly caught with homemade booze in his cell. 

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Mountainfest: A Chance For Military & Community To Mingle Video included

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Country music singer Trace Adkins drew in big crowds as he took the stage as the main act at Mountainfest on Fort Drum Wednesday.

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"Walk For Cody' Planned For Assault Victim Video included

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Family and friends of an autistic Watertown man who was assaulted while out for a walk are asking the community help him feel safe again. 

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R&B Kicker Earns Hall Of Fame Slot Video included

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A longtime Watertown Red & Black place-kicker is being honored this weekend in Ohio. 

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Children's Home Welcomes New Playground Video included

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A Watertown-based foster care center welcomed a fun addition to its campus on the first day of summer. 

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Accident Victim's Mother Speaks About Daughter's Long Road Ahead Video included

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The accident left her with many broken bones, but it didn't break her spirit. We're talking about Angel Howard, the girl who was hit by a vehicle last Friday on Route 283 in the town of LeRay.

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Local Debit Cards Replaced After Kmart Data Breach

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Thousands of debit cards have had to be replaced locally because of a data breach of Kart stores across the country.

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Massena Man Guilty in Child Sex Case

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A federal court jury began untangling a web of child sexual abuse charges against a Massena man Wednesday. After a trial in Utica, jurors found Stacey LaPorte Junior, 27, guilty of two counts of conspiracy to sexually exploit a child; three counts of sexual exploitation of a child; one count of receiving child pornography.  

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4 Vehicles Involved In Accident On Coffeen Street Overpass

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Traffic was backed up quite a bit early Wednesday evening after an accident just outside the Watertown city limits.

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Spring 2017 Was One Of Wettest On Record Video included

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Wednesday is the first day of summer. We look back on a spring like no other.

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Grand Jury Will Hear Case Of Coach Accused Of Choking Player Video included

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A grand jury will determine what comes next in the case of a high school baseball coach accused of choking out one of his players.

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St. Lawrence County Sees Road Salt Prices Drop Video included

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Too early to be thinking about winter? Not for some folks, who say they are realizing big savings for taxpayers on road salt.

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Norfolk Paper Company Responds After Worker Is Indicted On Federal Pollution Charges

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A Norfolk paper company, where an employee faces federal charges for allegedly dumping polluted water into the Raquette River, says it's cooperating with the investigation.

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Family Issues 'Heartbreaking' Plea For Help In Finding Missing Loved One

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The family calls it "heartbreaking" as they continue to put a call out for help in finding Kenneth McCall.

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'Speed Week' Ends With Nearly 21,000 Tickets Statewide

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Between the two state police troops that cover the north country, troopers issued more than 3,500 tickets during what they call speed week. 

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Family Wants Answers After Beating Of Autistic Man Video included

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The family of a 22 year old autistic man wants to find out who attacked him and the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is asking for help. 

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Looking Back At A Monumental Win Streak Video included

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Fifty years ago, a basketball team from Belleville started a streak that became the measuring stick for all other winning streaks. 

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Local Businessman Discusses Plans For Trucking Hub, Business Park Video included

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A local businessman plans to build a regional trucking hub and a business park on 81 acres right next to Interstate 81.

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Federal Pollution Charges Lodged Against Gouverneur Man

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A 54 year old Gouverneur man faces federal charges for allegedly dumping polluted water into the Raquette River.

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Watertown Police Use Taser On Dog, Arrest Man Accused Of Wielding Machete

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Watertown police say they were forced to use a taser on a "vicious" dog when they went to question a man accused of using a machete to damage a neighbor's home.

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Watertown Man Gets 7 Years In Prison On Federal Gun Charge

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A 35 year old Watertown man is going to prison on federal gun charges. Corey Daniels was sentenced in federal court to more than seven years behind bars.

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Money On Its Way To Help Flood Victims Video included

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It's a big week for north country people waterlogged by the flooding. They'll be able to soon find out how to get money.

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Massena Memorial: Obamacare Repeal Could Cost Hospital Million$ Video included

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Massena Memorial Hospital is firing a warning shot as Congress debates big changes in America's health care.

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Developer Looks To Revive Old Bonnie Castle Rec Center Video included

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To revive the old Bonnie Castle Recreation Center near Alexandria Bay, a developer is willing to invest $12 to $20 million.

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New Restaurant Opening In Ogdensburg

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A new restaurant will be open in Ogdensburg in two weeks. Hot Tamale will be open in the Parkway Plaza on Champlain Street.

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Allegiant Announces New Flights To St. Pete From O'burg

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Allegiant Air will be offering new nonstop flights to Florida from Ogdensburg starting in the fall. 

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Fort Drum Remembers Its Fallen Soldiers Video included

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Honoring the fallen. The 10th Mountain Division remembered its soldiers' sacrifices Tuesday.

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Just Face It: Senior Pranks Teacher Dad Video included

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This week's "Just Face It" video is a senior prank at Watertown High School. Science teacher Tim Castilleja was pranked by his daughter, Anna, a graduating senior.

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Volunteers Prep 700 Pounds Of Sausage For Feast Video included

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One kitchen, 700 pounds of Italian sausage. Volunteers were getting ready Tuesday for the Mount Carmel Feast in Watertown.

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North County Jobless Rates Hold Steady Or Increase

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The north country saw its unemployment rates either hold steady or climb slightly over the past year. In addition, the region continues to have some of the highest unemployment rates in New York.

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Massena Memorial Hospital Workers Agree To Contract

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More than 200 employees at Massena Memorial Hospital have a new contract.

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CSEA & New York Reach Contract Agreement

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New York state has reached a contract deal with the Civil Service Employees Association.

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Board To Continue High River Outflows

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The board that controls the flow of water through the dams at Massena decided Monday to maintain flows at their highest levels. 

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Legislature Approves $90M For Flood Relief

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More money is likely on the way for people dealing with flooding.  

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Former Fort Drum Soldier - & NFL Lineman - Gives Back Video included

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Alejandro Villanueva is an offensive lineman for the Pittsbugh Steelers and a former 10th Mountain Division soldier. He was in the north country Monday to give something back. 

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Watertown Council Approves Medical Building Zone Change

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A plan to re-develop a medical center in Watertown got the green light from the city council Monday night 

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North Country Sports Hall of Fame Announces Inaugural Class Video included

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There's a new sports Hall of Fame in the area that has its first induction class lined up -- it covers all sports in a four-county area. 

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IJC Responds To Cuomo's Criticisms Video included

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The panel that regulates water levels on the St. Lawrence Seaway says the governor was using mislabeled information when he said they "blew it." 

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Should Drug Dealers Be Charged With Homicide If Customer Dies? Video included

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Should drug dealers face harsher punishments if they sell to someone who then dies from the drugs? There's a bill in Albany aimed at doing just that.

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Feral Cats, Shelter Present Problems For Watertown Neighborhood Video included

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Feral cats roam one Watertown neighborhood and the community's solution continues to be taken down by the city.

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Search Continues For Missing Lewis County Man Video included

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Kenneth McCall's friends and family headed into the woods again Monday in hopes of finding him, but it was no easy task.

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Town Loses Another Round in Battle With Former Judge

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The Town of Turin has once again lost in its battle to force a former town justice to repay thousands of dollars. The latest loss came from the Appellate Division, Fourth Judicial Department, of state supreme court.   

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A Warm Welcome To 7 News Morning & Noon Anchor Makenzie Piatt

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Add a little Makenzie to your coffee. As you began your morning Monday, Makenzie Piatt began her career here at 7 News on our morning show with Beth Hall.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Sentencing, Legalized Pot, Gravy Train Costs & More Video included

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A Philadelphia man was sentenced last week in Jefferson County Court to 17 years in prison for causing the death of his girlfriend's baby. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Schumer Asks Feds For Help Fighting State's Opioid Problem

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U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for federal help in the fight against opioid addiction in New York. 

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Utility Work To Close Bellew Avenue 1 Or 2 Evenings

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Bellew Avenue in Watertown will be closed to through traffic for several hours Monday evening -- and maybe Tuesday evening -- as city crews repair underground utilities. 

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Bridge Lanes Closed in Lewis County

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Lanes will be closed temporarily on a Lewis County Bridge during overnight hours this week as crews work on the bridge's joints.

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LaFargeville BBQ Continues Fathers' Day Tradition Video included

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It's a Fathers' Day tradition at the LaFargeville Fire Department.

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Less Use Ahead For WFD Heavy Rescue Truck

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Come September there's one truck at the Watertown Fire Department you'll see on the road less. 

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Week-Long Study: Hundreds Illegally Pass North Country School Buses Video included

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Drivers passing stopped school buses has been a concern for north country schools.

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155 Ft. Straight Down - It's 'Over The Edge' Video included

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Dozens of people spent Saturday rappelling 155 feet down the side of Midtown Towers in Watertown. 

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Semi-Pro Teams Kick Off Football Season Video included

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The Watertown Red & Black, Carthage Revolution and the North Country Tigers all opened up their NFA seasons Saturday night.

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State Title Game: Potsdam Downed by North Salem 7-3 Video included

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The Potsdam Sandstoners' postseason run ended Saturday morning with a 7-3 loss to North Salem in the State Class C championship game.

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Heuvelton Loses 1-0 in State Title Pitching Duel Video included

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One run was all that was needed to decide the Class D State softball title game as Heuvelton lost 1-0 to Deposit Saturday.

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Saturday: 10 North Country Teams Play in State Quarterfinals Video included

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10 north country high school teams took the field Saturday with hopes of making state final fours.

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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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Athlete of The Week: Andrew Leek Video included

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Andrew Leek, a golfer from LaFargeville Central School, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete of The Week for May 19.  

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Athlete of The Week: Sydney Roderick Video included

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Sydney Roderick has bounced back from a serious knee injury to lead South Jefferson's varsity lacrosse team in assists this year. Sydney is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete of The Week for May 12.

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Athlete of The Week: Mikeal Teamer Video included

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Mikeal Teamer is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete of The Week for the week of May 5.  

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Craig's To Do List: The Lettermen Extended Interview Video included

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Our Craig Thornton sits down with musical trio The Lettermen before their show in Watertown Friday.

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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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Athlete of the Week: Courtney Benson Video included

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Courtney Benson, a volleyball player from Carthage has been an all around talent on the court this season.

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Athlete of The Week: Jackie Piddock Video included

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Our 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete of The Week this week is basketball player Jackie Piddock, who scored 41 points for Immaculate Heart Central in a win over Sackets Harbor, including six 3 point shots. Did we mention Jackie is 12 and in seventh grade? Jackie scored her 41 in the Watertown Savings Bank holiday tournament at Jefferson Community College - and it wasn't a fluke. Against Beaver River, she scored 21 points; against Watertown, 20 points. She's averag...

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Route 11 Near Evans Mills Reopened

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An accident has closed a section of Route 11 just outside Evans Mills.

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Sunny & Mostly Dry, But Cool Video included

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Wednesday's temperatures will be well below average, but it should be a pleasant day nonetheless. 

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Cool & Rainy Tuesday Video included

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We might enjoy some sunshine Tuesday morning, but probably not for long. 

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Search Goes Underwater For Missing Teens Video included

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Rescue teams are using a sonar device to search underwater for two teens missing since Sunday afternoon who are feared drowned.

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Search Continued Overnight For Missing Teens Video included

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The search continued through the night for two teenagers missing in Lake Ontario near Henderson. 

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Unseasonably Cool, Maybe Some Rain Video included

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It's going to feel chilly for the end of June. 

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Search Underway For Two Teens Missing, Feared Drowned

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A search was underway on Lake Ontario Sunday night for two teenagers missing from Robert Wehle State Park in Henderson and feared drowned.

Portable lights were brought to the scene Sunday evening, and Trooper Jack Keller, public information officer for State Police Troop D, said the search would continue all night.

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Live From The Bay: TI River Run Kicks Off Video included

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The 11th annual Thousand Islands River Run kicks off in Alexandria Bay Friday.

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Wet, Warm & Muggy Video included

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There was plenty of rain -- along with thunder and lightning -- overnight and that's expected to continue off and on Friday. 

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Sunshine To Start, Clouds Later Video included

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The second day of summer will be a little warmer than the first. 

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Cool, But Plenty Of Sun Video included

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It's the first day of summer and it looks as if it'll be a cool one. 

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Public's Help Sought In Reported Assault On Autistic Man

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The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is asking the public for help in finding the person who reportedly assaulted an autistic man.

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Girl In Fair Condition After Being Struck By Vehicle

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A 13 year old Watertown area girl was listed in fair condition Monday afternoon after being struck by a vehicle.

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Some Rain, Some Clouds, Some Sun Video included

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Rain showers were moving through the north country early Tuesday, but much of the day should be dry. 

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Muggy & Rainy, Then Clear & Sunny Video included

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After a muggy weekend, Monday starts out muggy, too.

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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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  • ObituariesMore>>

  • Clarence D. Hayes, 63

    Clarence D. Hayes, 63

    Wednesday, June 28 2017 4:55 PM EDT2017-06-28 20:55:41 GMT

    KINGSTON – Mr. Clarence D. Hayes, 63, husband of Potsdam native, Connie Blevins, passed away Tuesday afternoon, June 27, 2017 at Mount Sinai West in Manhattan.   

    KINGSTON – Mr. Clarence D. Hayes, 63, husband of Potsdam native, Connie Blevins, passed away Tuesday afternoon, June 27, 2017 at Mount Sinai West in Manhattan.   

  • Sara M. Clark, 31, of Watertown

    Sara M. Clark, 31, of Watertown

    Wednesday, June 28 2017 4:36 PM EDT2017-06-28 20:36:11 GMT

    Sara M. Clark, 31, of 121 William St., Watertown, passed June 26, 2017.  

    Sara M. Clark, 31, of 121 William St., Watertown, passed June 26, 2017.  

  • Mrs. Alice M. Page, 63, of Canton

    Mrs. Alice M. Page, 63, of Canton

    Wednesday, June 28 2017 4:33 PM EDT2017-06-28 20:33:00 GMT

    CANTON – Mrs. Alice M. Page, 63, of 35 Riverside Drive, passed away Monday evening, June 26, 2017 at Canton-Potsdam Hospital.  

    CANTON – Mrs. Alice M. Page, 63, of 35 Riverside Drive, passed away Monday evening, June 26, 2017 at Canton-Potsdam Hospital.  

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