Tuesday, June 28, 2016



Guard Who Helped Matt & Sweat Released From Jail
A former corrections officer who inadvertently helped two killers escape from the state prison in Dannemora is free after serving four months in a county jail.

Watertown Man Taking Road Trip Before He Goes Blind
Watertown resident is taking a road trip to raise awareness for his two rare diseases and to see the country before he goes blind.

Public's Imput Sought For Missile Defense Site At Fort Drum
It's your last chance to let the military know what you think about building a missile defense interceptor site at Fort Drum. It's also an opportunity for residents along Route 3A to ask questions about possibly closing the road.

Watertown Aiport Projects Take Off With More On Horizon
Projects at Watertown International Airport are taking off. One is nearing completion and the other is set to start.

Decision On Hillary DNA Hearing Expected Friday
A decision is expected Friday in St. Lawrence County Court on a hearing to decide whether DNA evidence will be allowed at the upcoming trial of Oral "Nick" Hillary.

Sheen In Lake Ontario Identified As Oil From Nuclear Plant
A spokesman for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission says a sheen on Lake Ontario has been traced to a small oil spill from the Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plant.

Man Accused Of Driving Car At Woman
An Ogdensburg man is facing several charges after he allegedly drove his vehicle at the mother of his children.

Dexter Market Expands Into New Building
A market in Dexter is getting ready to move into a brand new building. The new store has more grocery options, including an expanded butcher shop.

Kids Welcomed At Watertown's Pools, Playgrounds & Programs
School's out and kids are looking for something fun to do with their summer.

Small Students Fish For Big Catches
It was an adventurous morning out on the water for students from Belleville-Henderson Central School Monday.