Saturday, November 1, 2014

Dentist's Wife, Social Worker Accused Of Trying To Hire Hitman To Kill Son-In-Law
A Watertown social worker, who's married to a local dentist, is accused of trying to hire a hitman to kill her son-in-law.

Police Investigate Suspected Meth Lab
A number of police agencies have descended on a Watertown neighborhood and have placed crime scene tape around an Olive Street home.

Sports Scores: Heading to the Dome
Indian RIver advanced to the Carrier Dome with a 13-6 win over Carthage and Sandy Creek rolled over Morrisville-Eaton with a 28-3 victory.

School Bus Driver Accused Of Leaving Scene Of Accident
A bus driver, who was operating a bus for Lisbon Central School, is accused of leaving the scene of a personal injury accident.

Feedback: What Happens Now After Voters Reject Merger?
What do we do now? That's the question in Canton and Potsdam now that voters have rejected a school district merger.

Teen Allegedly Stabbed While Riding School Bus
A 19 year old Gouverneur resident is accused of stabbing a 14 year old boy several times with a pen while both were riding a school bus.

Police Identify Woman Found Passed Out Outside YMCA
Watertown police have released the name of the person who died after being found passed out in a car in the parking lot of the Fairgrounds YMCA.

Athlete of the Week: Julia Marilley
Julia Marilley, a swimmer from Watertown has had an exceptional senior season.

Fort Drum Installs Cement Barriers At All Gates
Cement barriers are popping up at all gates at Fort Drum as well as in the PX/Commissary lot. Officials said it's part of a training exercise.

Political Power Could Shift In St. Lawrence County
Democrats have held the majority on the St. Lawrence County Legislature for the last eight years going into next week's elections. With 9 of the 15 seats up for election having contested races, political power may swing to the other side.