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Memorial Day Weekend Celebration in Theresa Video included

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In honor of the holiday weekend let the memorial day festivities begin.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Carmardo, Pool & Ride-Sharing

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A Cape Vincent woman was sentenced last week to ten years in prison in connection with the robbery and stabbing death of a Watertown man. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Alleged Order Of Protection Violation Lands Man In Jail

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A Madrid man ended up in jail after he allegedly violated a no-contact order of protection. 

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Clayton Man Accused Of Fleeing Deputies

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A Clayton man faces charges after he allegedly drove across a yard to avoid being stopped by a Jefferson County sheriff patrol. 

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Morning Rain & Maybe A Thunderstorm Later Video included

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Memorial Day starts out rainy, but it should taper off through the morning. 

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2 Area Teams Split In Semis; Sectional Titles On Line For 7

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Two area softball teams made rare Sunday appearances on the diamond for sectional semifinals. 

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Car Crash Sends 2 To Hospitals With Head Injuries, 1 Serious

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An Adams man is in stable condition at a Syracuse hospital following a one-car accident early Saturday morning.  

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CNY Woman Injured When ATV Lands On Top Of Her

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A Central Square woman suffered only minor injuries Sunday when the ATV she was driving overturned and landed on top of her.  

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Tourists Flood Alex Bay Despite Floods From High Water Video included

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The gift shops are open, the tour boats are out, and business owners like Mike Bresnahan of the Admiral's Inn have one message for visitors. "Welcome to everyone to Alex Bay."

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North Country Libraries Get State Funding For Upgrades

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A list of north country libraries are getting funding for upgrades as part of a state project to fix up public libraries.

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Jefferson County Waterfalls Nationally Named

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David Schryver helped write the book on waterfalls of New York State and has a website dedicated to falls in Northern New York. Now, he's trying to get the federal government to officially name all North Country waterfalls.

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Butterfly House Opens at Thompson Park Zoo Video included

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Take it as a sign of warmer weather. The butterfly house at the Thompson Park Zoo opened for the season Saturday.

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Boy Scout Builds Playground For Bears at the Zoo Video included

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The bears at the Thompson Park Zoo in Watertown love to play, and they play rough. So they needed something more durable than what they had to accommodate them...Demetrius Boone is taking care of that.

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Coast Guard's Tips For Safely Boating In This High Water Video included

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Even the Coast Guard is using a lot more caution on the water this year.

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IJC: Hope For Water Levels on Lake Ontario

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The group that controls water levels, known as the International Joint Commission is reporting that Lake Ontario's level has remained stable over the last few days, it has not continued to rise and here's one of the reasons why.

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Busy Weekend Around Street Construction in Sackets Harbor Video included

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If you have traveled down Main Street in Sackets Harbor the construction work is easy to notice.

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Blast From The Past: Safe Boating 1993 Video included

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With the Memorial Day holiday upon us, we fire up the wayback machine and set it for 1993, when longtime 7 News anchor and reporter john Shatraw was getting boaters ready for the summer season. 

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For One Couple, High Water Means 'Plan B' Video included

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Ken and Marianne McCarthy are making the best of our very wet, high water spring.  They can't get their boat in the water - but they've found a campground where they're dry and comfortable.

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Bone Marrow Drive Sunday For Carthage 9 Year Old Video included

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A nine year old Carthage boy is hoping for a match Sunday. In March, Broder Staab was diagnosed with T-cell leukemia, a type of blood cancer. Broder is at Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital in Syracuse with his parents, and needs a bone marrow transplant. 

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COR Plans New Building; Mercy Future Unclear Video included

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COR Development Corp. confirmed Friday it plans to build a new, 12,500 square foot building on property it owns next to the Target store on outer Arsenal Street. At the same time, the company said it remains committed to redeveloping the former Mercy Hospital site on Stone Street in downtown Watertown. 

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Lewis Hospital Top Job May Soon Be Filled

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Lewis County General Hospital may soon have a new leader. The hospital's board of managers has offered the job of chief executive officer to someone - the offer was made Thursday, but the hospital board is not releasing the candidate's name "until after the Board of Mangers successfully negotiates a contract and votes on the appointment." 

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Asbestos Sign Up, As Clarkson Works on Apartments Video included

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Potsdam - Asbestos warning signs are up at Clarkson University's Riverside Apartments, as the university prepares to renovate the student housing. The signs were placed on five units, as demolition crews this week tore down and carted away the Riverside apartment building that burned on March 28.  

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Gouverneur Woman Charged With Theft

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Gouverneur police say a village woman took thousands of dollars gathered in fundraisers for the Gouverneur high school class of 2017.

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Evans Mills Man Jailed in Early Morning Raid

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State police and the Metro-Jeff Drug Task Force raided a home on North Martin Road in Evans Mills early Friday, seizing drugs, money and weapons. Rush J. Walts, 38, who lived at the house, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, 3rd degree, and criminal possession of a weapon, 3rd degree, and jailed on $40,000 cash or $80,000 bond.  

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Four Charged in Meth Bust

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State police charged four people Friday who were allegedly making methamphetamine in a vacant home in the Town of Rodman, in southern Jefferson County.  

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Friday's Weather: Mixed Bag Video included

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The weather for the next few days - the holiday weekend - will be a mixed bag. Our high Friday will be close to 60, regardless of where you are in the north country. The low Friday night will be in the upper 40. There's a "flip of the coin" chance of rain Friday, but - here's the best news - Saturday should be sunny for the most part.

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Local Doctor Offers Tips On Tick Bites Video included

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Ticks are feasting on humans in greater numbers than usual this year thanks to a couple of warm winters. A local doctor has advice on dealing with the pests.

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How Inland Lake Communities Are Coping With Higher Water Video included

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While there are flood problems along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, inland lakes and communities are ready to go this memorial day weekend.

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Alexandria Bay Brings In Floating Docks To Combat Flood Problems Video included

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Rainy weather brings a boatload of challenges this Memorial Day weekend for communities along the lake and river. But, Alexandria Bay is coming together to make sure it's business as usual.

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Local Reaction To New CBO Score On Health Care Bill Video included

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We're getting a better look at the potential impact of the Republican proposal to replace Obamacare. The Congressional Budget Office released its review of the American Health Care Act.

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Sheriff Has Word Of Caution For Boaters

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If you are heading out on the lake and river, there are words of caution from the Jefferson County Sheriff.

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Check Out Pasta For CASA For Dinner Video included

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For $10, it's all you can eat pasta at the Watertown VFW.

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Police Identify 2 Taken To Hospital Following Pamelia Accident Video included

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An accident in the town of Pamelia sent two people to the hospital Wednesday night.

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Watertown Police Seek Help In Counterfeit Money Probe

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The Watertown Police Department is asking for the public's help with an investigation into counterfeit money.

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Lewis County BOCES Students Honor Vets Video included

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BOCES students in Lewis County are honoring veterans for Memorial Day with a project inspired by Arlington National Cemetery.

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So How Much Rain Did We Get In May?

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We already know the north country got a lot of rain this month, but exactly how much?

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State Acquires 6K Acres In Oswego County Video included

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo was in Oswego County Wednesday to announce a large addition to the state's protected lands. 

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Rainy & Cooler Video included

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Temperatures started in the upper-50s and lower-60s Thursday morning and probably won't budge much. 

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Highlights & Scores: Baseball & Softball Postseason Video included

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There was plenty of action on the diamond Wednesday as Section 3 and Section 10 softball and baseball playoffs continued. 

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Carthage Girls Hope To Redeem Themselves in Postseason Video included

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The Carthage girls' lacrosse team is hoping to get the taste of a so-so regular season out of their mouths as they begin their run in the Section 3 postseason on Thursday. 

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State Grants Available To Help Small Businesses Affected By Flooding Video included

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State grants are now available to help small businesses affected by flooding on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.

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Local Officials Hope Fort Drum Will Be Spared If BRAC Process Returns Video included

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It's a 4-letter word people here fear: BRAC. It stands for Base Realignment and Closure and it's in President Trump's proposed budget.

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Harrisville Group Declares War On Drugs Video included

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The war on drugs will be in Harrisville Wednesday night. Residents, fed up with seeing what drugs can do, are taking up the fight.

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Police Seek Public's Help In Shooting Death Investigation

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State police are seeking the public's help in their investigation into last week's shooting in the town of Pamelia.

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Grand Jury To Hear Case Of Accused Drug Dealer

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A Jefferson County grand jury will hear the case of a 28 year old Watertown man who police call a "major dealer" of drugs like cocaine.

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Watertown Man Faces 7 Years In Prison On Drug Charge

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A 29 year old Watertown man faces seven years in prison after pleading guilty to drug charges.

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Man Enters Plea in Choking Case At Domestic Violence Shelter

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A 21 year old man who was accused of beating and choking a woman at a Watertown domestic violence shelter has entered a plea.

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The New Brew: What's On Tap For Microbreweries Video included

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There's a microbrewery boom that's set to transform Watertown's bar scene. 

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Volunteers Sought To Honor Vets In Ogdensburg Video included

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The mission is to get volunteers to help honor 2,000 veterans in Ogdensburg. Those volunteers will put flags alongside headstones in the city's five cemeteries.

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Copenhagen Students Place Flags On Veterans' Graves Video included

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You're never too young to show your patriotism.

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90 Year Old Veteran Takes Honor Flight To Washington

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A 90 year old World War II Navy veteran from Brownville has taken an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C.

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Watertown Farm & Craft Market Opens For 40th Year Video included

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It's a sign that summer is approaching in the north country. 

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Uber & Lyft Could Be Coming Upstate Sooner

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You might be able to use Uber and Lyft a little earlier in upstate New York than first planned. 

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Police Say Man Walks Into Traffic & Hits Car Video included

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A 26 year old Watertown man was hospitalized Tuesday night after running into on-coming traffic. 

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State Mobile Command Centers Return To Help Flood Victims

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The state's Emergency Response Mobile Command Centers are returning to the the north country.

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Warm, With Maybe A Little Rain Video included

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There's a slight chance of rain for some of the north country Wednesday, but most of the day should be dry. 

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Highlights & Scores: More Section 3 & 10 Playoff Action Video included

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The postseason for Section 3 and Section 10 lacrosse, baseball and softball continued Tuesday. 

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South Jeff Hopes For Long Stretch Into Sectionals Video included

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The South Jefferson baseball team is getting ready for its first sectional game. 

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Police: Man Injured After Running In Front Of Car

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Police, fire and ambulance personnel are on the scene of a car-pedestrian accident in Watertown.

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Camardo Sentenced To 10 Years In VanZelf Robbery & Stabbing Video included

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It's a decade in prison for the 20 year old Cape Vincent woman who pleaded guilty in connection with the robbery and stabbing death of a Watertown man.

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Lewis County Names New Manager

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A north country native has been tapped to become the new manager of Lewis County.

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Report: Ritchie & Other Senators Got Stipends Despite Missing Meetings

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The state stipend scandal continues for Patty Ritchie and other senators who received money for jobs they technically don't have.

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North Country Jobless Rates Hold Steady Or Drop

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The north country saw its unemployment rates either hold steady or drop slightly over the past year.

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Flooding Dampens Business For Marina Owner Video included

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No customers coming in by boat has a marina owner worried about the upcoming Memorial Day weekend.

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Just Face It: Graduation Surprise Video included

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It's a graduation surprise.

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The Path To Eagle Scout Video included

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He's earning his stripes with a walk down memory lane. To become an Eagle Scout a Lyme Central School student spearheaded an effort to revitalize an old trail behind his school.

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Construction Crews Put Finishing Touches On TI Park Icon Video included

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Thousand Island Park ice cream and candy shop, The Guzzle, is set to open this weekend. It will have new features while keeping old memories alive.

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Thompson Park Playground Is Now Open Video included

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An inspector from Parkitects was at the city's new playground to give a final check before anyone could use it.

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Camardo Sentenced To 10 Years In VanZelf Robbery & Stabbing

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It's a decade in prison for the 20 year old Cape Vincent woman who pleaded guilty in connection with the robbery and stabbing death of a Watertown man.

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Canton Day Care Center Looks To Expand Video included

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As demand for child care increases, the Canton Day Care Center has to turn away families. However, it hopes that could end in time for the school year.

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State Steps Up Security Following Manchester Bombing

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Security is being stepped up across New York state "out of an abundance of caution" in the wake of the bombing at Manchester Arena in England.

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Pair Arrested After Alleged Meth Lab Sets Off Fire Alarm

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Two Ogdensburg men face meth-making charges after an alleged one-pot meth lab leaked and set off a fire alarm.

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Watertown City Taxes Will Hike, But Pool's Off The Table Video included

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City of Watertown property taxes are going up and a popular project is not included. 

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Brasher-Winthrop Residents Say 'No' To Joint Water District

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Property owners in Brasher Falls and Winthrop have rejected a plan to create a joint water district 

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Baseball, Softball & Lacrosse Playoffs Underway Video included

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Area ball diamonds and lacrosse fields saw plenty of action as Section 3 and Section 10 playoffs got underway Monday. 

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Warm & Sunny - Eventually Video included

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With temperatures in the 40s, Tuesday was off to a chilly start. But it should warm up quickly. 

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State Parks Officials Survey Flood Damage Video included

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Top state park officials were in the north country Monday to assess the damage to the parks caused by high water level on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.

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Cape Vincent Businesses Worry About Flooding's Effect On Tourism Video included

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Captain Jack's in Cape Vincent will open its restaurant Memorial Day weekend, but this time around, the deck will sit empty.

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Reports: State Senators Under Investigation For Stipends Video included

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A scandal in the state Senate isn't going away and north country state Senator Patty Ritchie is caught up in it. The state attorney general and a federal prosecutor may be looking into payments commonly known as lulus.

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State Offers $10M To Help Communities Recover From Flooding

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The state is offering $10 million to communities who need help recovering from flooding along the Lake Ontario shoreline. 

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Cape Vincent Fisheries Station Closed Due To High Water

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The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation  has closed the aquarium, fishing access site, and overnight dockage at the Cape Vincent Fisheries Station.

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Man Pleads Guilty In Connection With Police Chase

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A Rochester area man faces two to four years in prison for leading state police on a chase in a stolen car in Jefferson County.

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Gouverneur Man Admits To Burglarizing Home

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A 26 year old Gouverneur man has admitted to burglarizing a home in the village.

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Noted: Stefanik Stands Up For Science

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Rep. Stefanik challenged a move by the Trump administration to dismiss scientists from a scientific review board which evaluates environmental issues for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 

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Winthrop, Brasher Falls Vote On Controversial Water District Video included

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Property owners in Winthrop and Brasher Falls vote Monday on a proposal to form a joint town water district.

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SPCA Welcomes Dogs Who Were Facing Death Video included

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They're from Georgia and South Carolina, but are looking for homes in the north country.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Homicide, Medical Marijuana & Playground Video included

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You shared your thoughts on a variety of stories in the news, including the homicide in Pamelia. Diane Rutherford joins us now with Your Turn.

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Community Foundation, Stage Notes Announce Giving Challenge

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The Northern New York Community Foundation and Stage Notes are combining forces to launch a new giving challenge which will provide Jefferson County middle school students with the opportunity to compete for a total of $10,000 in community grants to area organizations by year’s end.

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Rain On & Off, Tapering Off Later Video included

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Monday will be a bit cool and rainy, but it will get better later in the week.

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852-Ton Barge Stops In Clayton

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A rather large vessel made a surprise appearance in Clayton Sunday. .

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Busy Week Ahead In Section 3 Baseball & Softball Video included

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The Section 3 baseball and softball playoff pairings and seedings were announced Sunday and that means a busy week ahead on the diamond for area teams.

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Cars Of All Types Dusted Off For Clayton Car Show Video included

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When the weather gets nicer, the nice toys come out. 

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Thousands Raised For Veterans Outreach Video included

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Over 100 people hit the pavement at Thompson Park Sunday for the Northern New York Veterans Outreach Center's fourth annual 5k run.  

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Aerial Photo: Westcott Beach Disappears

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The beach appears to be totally gone, likely taking one north country summertime destination off many people's lists. 

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North Country AT&T Workers Strike Over Weekend

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19 north country AT&T workers spent the weekend on strike.

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Annual Parade Honors Armed Forces Day Video included

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People lined Watertown streets Saturday for the annual Armed Forces Day Parade. 

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Clayton Open To Boaters Despite High Water

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The shops are open once again. However this year, the tourism season is up against high waters.

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Two Escape Plane Accident in Colton

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Two people walked away from a plane accident Saturday in town of Colton injury free, according to a release from the St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Office.

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Over 600 Graduate From St. Lawrence University Sunday

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Graduation weekend finished up with St. Lawrence University Sunday morning. The school has handed out a total of 633 degrees at its outside commencement.

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SLU Gets $25M Donation, Biggest in School History

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On the eve of its graduation, St. Lawrence University has received its biggest donation ever. $25 million dollars was gifted to the college by the alumni Sarah Johnson and her parents.

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Volunteers Finish New Thompson Park Playground Video included

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Making memories and building a new playground. Volunteers have already finished building the new play area in Watertown's Thompson Park. The project finished Saturday, a day ahead of schedule.

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Over 1,000 Students Get Diplomas From SUNY Potsdam

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SUNY Potsdam gave out over 1,000 degrees to students Saturday morning.

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Fight Against Breast Cancer Continues in Gouverneur Video included

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From the heart of Gouverneur more than 1,000 marchers showed Saturday how much they care about neighbors stricken by breast cancer.

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JCC Sees Off Graduates, President McCoy

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Jefferson Community college's held its 53rd graduation commencement Friday night.

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Blast From The Past: 2000 Priest Anniversary Video included

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This week on "Blast from the Past," we go back 17 years when then-reporter Carrie Penoyer told the story of a beloved north country clergyman celebrating 60 years in the priesthood.

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  • ObituariesMore>>

  • Peter F. Callahan, 61, of Massena

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    Sunday, May 28 2017 4:23 PM EDT2017-05-28 20:23:30 GMT

    MASSENA – Mr. Peter F. Callahan, 61, a native of Massena, unexpectedly passed away Thursday, May 25, 2017 at his home in Greenwood, Arkansas.

    MASSENA – Mr. Peter F. Callahan, 61, a native of Massena, unexpectedly passed away Thursday, May 25, 2017 at his home in Greenwood, Arkansas.

  • Veronica Amelio LaFontaine, 87, of Watertown

    Veronica Amelio LaFontaine, 87, of Watertown

    Sunday, May 28 2017 4:22 PM EDT2017-05-28 20:22:16 GMT

    Veronica Amelio LaFontaine, 87, passed away at her Watertown residence Saturday, May 27th where she was under the care of her family and Hospice of Jefferson County.

    Veronica Amelio LaFontaine, 87, passed away at her Watertown residence Saturday, May 27th where she was under the care of her family and Hospice of Jefferson County.

  • Gary A. Rivers, 74, of Copenhagen

    Gary A. Rivers, 74, of Copenhagen

    Sunday, May 28 2017 4:15 PM EDT2017-05-28 20:15:12 GMT

    COPENHAGEN- Gary A. Rivers, 74, formerly of Copenhagen, died Sunday morning, May 28, 2017 at Lewis County Residential Healthcare Facility.

    COPENHAGEN- Gary A. Rivers, 74, formerly of Copenhagen, died Sunday morning, May 28, 2017 at Lewis County Residential Healthcare Facility.

  • Meet The News TeamMore>>

  • Jeff Cole

    Jeff Cole

    After 14 years of waking up the north country as anchor of 7News This Morning, Jeff Cole began anchoring our 6 p.m. evening news on May 1, 2017.

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    After 14 years of waking up the north country as anchor of 7News This Morning, Jeff Cole began anchoring our 6 p.m. evening news on May 1, 2017.  Read more

  • Mel Busler

    Mel Busler

    Friday, April 17 2009 6:20 PM EDT2009-04-17 22:20:28 GMT

    7News Sportscaster for 6 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. News

    Mel started his broadcast career at WATN radio in 1978. He moved over to 7News in 1982, becoming full time Sports Anchor of the 6 and 11 news in 1984. Mel has had the pleasure of covering North Country sports for over 27 years here at 7News. He says he was lucky... Read more

    7News Sportscaster for 6 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. News

    Mel started his broadcast career at WATN radio in 1978. He moved over to 7News in 1982, becoming full time Sports Anchor of the 6 and 11 news in 1984. Mel has had the pleasure of covering North Country sports for over 27 years here at 7News. He says he was lucky... Read more

  • John Kubis

    John Kubis

    Monday, May 25 2009 11:46 AM EDT2009-05-25 15:46:38 GMT

    7News Chief Weathercaster-

    After a successful career reporting weather conditions for the Air Force, John joined the 7News Team as the weekend weather personality and now is the Chief Weathercaster and appears weekdays on 7News This Evening, 7News at 10 on FOX, and 7News Tonight.

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    After a successful career reporting weather conditions for the Air Force, John joined the 7News Team as the weekend weather personality and now is the Chief Weathercaster and appears weekdays on 7News This Evening, 7News at 10 on FOX, and 7News Tonight. Read more

  • Meet the News ReportersMore>>

  • Keith Benman

    Keith Benman

    Tuesday, May 16 2017 4:21 PM EDT2017-05-16 20:21:31 GMT

    7News Journalist

    Keith Benman is St. Lawrence County reporter for 7 News, covering Canton, Potsdam, Ogdensburg, Massena and the rest of  the largest county in New York state. He came to 7 News from the world of print journalism, where he was most recently business editor at The Times of Northwest Indiana. 

    7News Journalist

    Keith Benman is St. Lawrence County reporter for 7 News, covering Canton, Potsdam, Ogdensburg, Massena and the rest of  the largest county in New York state. He came to 7 News from the world of print journalism, where he was most recently business editor at...Read more

  • Erin Bischoff

    Erin Bischoff

    Tuesday, January 17 2017 1:22 PM EST2017-01-17 18:22:52 GMT

    7News Journalist-

    Erin joined the news team as a reporter in December 2016. Erin graduated from SUNY Oswego in May 2016 with a B.A. in Broadcasting and Mass Communication and a minor in Business Administration. While at Oswego, Erin was involved with the student-run television station, WTOP-10, where she served as the news assignment manager her senior year and had experience as an anchor, reporter and producer. Erin was born and raised in Rochester, NY. 

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    Erin joined the news team as a reporter in December 2016. Erin graduated from SUNY Oswego in May 2016 with a B.A. in Broadcasting and Mass Communication and a minor in Business Administration. While at Oswego, Erin was involved with the student-run television station, WTOP-10, where she served as the news assignment manager her senior year and had experience as an anchor, reporter and producer. Erin was born and raised in Rochester, NY. 

  • Amanda Corna

    Amanda Corna

    Wednesday, October 7 2015 5:34 PM EDT2015-10-07 21:34:44 GMT

    7News Journalist

    7News Journalist-

    Amanda Corna joined WWNY in October 2015.Amanda comes to Watertown from Brookfield, Connecticut, a small town in the western part of the state. She attended Western Connecticut State University and graduated in May 2014 with a B.A in Media Arts Production. From there she went on to get her master's degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism at the S.I. Newhouse School for Public Communications at Syracuse University.

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