Friday, October 24, 2014
Classes Back On At SUNY Canton After Tense Day
Classes will go on as normal Friday after a lockdown at SUNY Canton prompted by threats of violence on social media was lifted shortly before 7 p.m. Thursday.
New York City Sees First Ebola Case
President Barack Obama is offering federal support to New York as it responds to its first Ebola case.
Girls' Section 3 Postseason Action Continues
Girls' Section 3 postseason soccer playoffs continued Thursday, with Watertown losing to East Syracuse-Minoa, Lowville besting South Jefferson and Copenhagen downing Lyme.
Watertown Center I-81 Off-Ramp Closed Friday
The southbound off-ramp of Interstate 81 at Watertown Center will be closed Friday.
3 Vehicles Crash, 2 Injured In St. Lawrence County
Two people were hurt in a three-vehicle crash that temporarily shut down a portion of Route 11 near Canton Thursday afternoon.
Lockdown Lifted At SUNY Canton
The more than six-hour lockdown at SUNY Canton ended Thursday night with college officials saying "a thorough search" had yielded "no incidents."
Watch Raw Video, Student Interviews From SUNY Canton
Prior to the evacuation of SUNY Canton, 7 News spoke with students about the threats which prompted the campus to go into lockdown.
Watertown Man Arrested On Assault, Weapon Charges
A 31 year old Watertown man faces a number of charges related to a domestic incident involving a knife.
Widower Of Flu Victim Urges People To Get Flu Shots
A Watertown man is using his own tragedy to try to help others. He learned the hard way that flu shots can save lives.
Canadian Visitors Share Reaction To Ottawa Shooting
The day after the shooting spree in Ottawa, many Canadians are still trying to comprehend what happened. 7 News spoke with Canadians who are visiting the north country.