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Sunny & Around 60 By Afternoon Video included

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Despite being off to a cool start, Thursday will end up warmer -- and sunnier -- than yesterday.

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After Years Of Waiting, Orleans Residents Enjoy Salt-Free Water Video included

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Diane Ferrucci, who's lived in the town of Orleans for years without clean drinking water, breathes a sigh of relief.

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Man Admits To Robbing Hermon Bank

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A 30 year old Gouverneur man has admitted to robbing the Community Bank in Hermon of more than $2,700. 

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Watertown May Require Registration, Fees For Vacant Properties Video included

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Take a look at the vacant buildings across Watertown. The owners of those properties may soon have to register with the city and pay a fee.

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Man Takes Plea Deal In Alleged Meth Lab Explosion, Fire

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A man accused of starting a fire when his alleged meth lab exploded at a Potsdam apartment has pleaded guilty to drug possession. 

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Lewis County To Work With University To Fight Opioid Deaths Video included

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Lewis County will be working with an Ivy League university to fight opioid related deaths. 

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Anxiety Rises With Water Levels On St. Lawrence River Video included

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As water levels rise on the St. Lawrence River, so do the anxiety levels of people who live along the riverbank. 

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Canton Man Allegedly Offered Teen Money For Sex

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A 53 year old Canton man is accused of offering a teenage girl money for sex. 

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Canton Police Charge Man With Grand Larceny

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A 21 year old man is accused of stealing money from a bank account and depositing it in his own account. 

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Man Charged With Cocaine Possession

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A Norfolk man is accused of possessing cocaine he planned to sell. 

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A Look At Robotic Surgery At Claxton-Hepburn Video included

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It's two years and going strong for robotic surgery at Claxton-Hepburn. It's now the only hospital in St. Lawrence County offering the futuristic option.

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App Warns Mail Carriers About Dogs That Could Bite Video included

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The United States Postal Service is trying to keep its mail carriers safe from unfriendly pets.

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Stefanik Cosponsors Bills To Help Vets Exposed To Agent Orange Video included

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The Vietnam War has been over for more than 40 years, but veterans are still paying the price for some of the chemicals used during that conflict. 

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Fire Department Seeks Volunteers, To Hold Open House Video included

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Fire stations in the north country are looking for more volunteers. 

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Morristown Residents Plan For Future Without Village Video included

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Residents filled the Morristown Fire Hall Tuesday night to brainstorm ideas and help figure out a direction for the town's future once the village dissolves.

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Highlights & Scores: JCC Falls In Softball Doubleheader Video included

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Jefferson Community College fell twice to SUNY Adirondack on the softball diamond Tuesday. 

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Walters Sentenced To Life Without Parole Video included

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Justin Walters will spend the rest of his life in prison.

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Man Gets Jail Time For High-Speed Chase, Crash

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A 26 year old Syracuse man is going to jail for to leading police on a high-speed chase that ended in a crash in Watertown.

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Man Takes Plea Deal In Meth Bust

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A 54 year old man has taken a plea deal in connection with a methamphetamine bust in Watertown. 

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Carthage School District To Vote On Its Biggest Ever Capital Plan Video included

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The Carthage Central School District is getting ready to vote on the biggest capital project it has ever taken on.

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Local Stores Prepare For Plastic Bag Ban Video included

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With plastic bags banned in New York beginning next March, stores in the north country are getting ready.

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Forest Rangers Issue 28 Tickets During SNIRT Run

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Forest rangers with the state Department of Environmental Conservation issued nearly 30 tickets during Saturday's SNIRT Run. 

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Ogdensburg Getting Its Waterfront Back Video included

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Flood waters robbed Ogdensburg of its waterfront. Now it's getting it back. Repairs are underway. 

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Group Looking For Place To Give Out Free Clothes Video included

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A Watertown group is looking for a new home to give out free clothes. 

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SPCA Welcomes More Dogs From Georgia Video included

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It's a ride to freedom from Georgia to the north country. 

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Andrews Street In Massena Reopens

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Part of Andrews Street in Massena reopened Tuesday afternoon after crews made emergency repairs to a sewer main.

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North Country Jobless Rates Improve, But Among Highest In State

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Lewis County had the second highest rate of unemployment in the state last month. 

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DOT Recommends Grid Option For I-81 In Syracuse

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A state Department of Transportation report supports tearing down the elevated section of Interstate 81 in downtown Syracuse and replacing it with a ground-level community grid. 

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$2.8M Earmarked For North Country State Parks

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Nearly $2.8 million of $110 million for improvements to New York state's parks system are earmarked for the north country. 

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In Less Than A Year, No More Plastic Shopping Bags Video included

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It's all but a formality at this point. Gov. Andrew Cuomo spent part of Earth Day on Long Island, where he signed the new plastic bag ban into law. 

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Massena Memorial To End Robotic Surgeries Video included

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Massena Memorial Hospital continues to struggle. The hospital lost $600,00 in March, according to information released at a hospital board meeting Monday afternoon. 

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Highlights & Scores: Madrid-Waddington vs. Brushton-Moira

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The home teams made out well when Madrid-Waddington hosted Brushton-Moira in both baseball and softball Monday. 

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Developer Buying C.A.N.I. Medical Building

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A major medical office building in Watertown and an additional 11 acres of land are being sold. 

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Could North Country See Repeat Of 2017 Flooding? Video included

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Could the north country face a repeat of 2017's intense flooding? Canada is currently dealing with flooding and the U.S. is helping out.

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Convicted Killer Justin Walters To Be Sentenced Tuesday Video included

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The man who shot and killed his wife and a state trooper will learn his fate Tuesday.  Justin Walters could spend the rest of his life in prison.

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Wind Power For Half The Price? Clarkson Professor Says Yes Video included

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Wind power for half the price – or less? A Clarkson professor has a wind turbine he thinks can do it. 

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Lowville Academy Graduate Appointed As District Superintendent

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The Board of Education for the Lowville Academy and Central School District has chosen a new superintendent.  

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North Country Observes Earth Day Video included

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From planting trees to picking up trash, it was all hands on deck in Jefferson County to observe Earth Day. 

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Ice Removed At Watertown Arena Video included

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Crews are removing components of the ice rink at the Watertown Municipal Arena, getting ready for spring and summer shows. 

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Your Turn: Decreasing Population, Concentrix & Prisons Video included

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The Watertown-Fort Drum region is one of the five metro areas in the country seeing the fastest decrease in population.  You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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State Police Say Woman Had Drugs While Crossing Border

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A Hogansburg woman is accused of crossing the border from Canada with drugs in her possession.

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Massena Man Accused Of Taking Vehicle Without Permission

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A Massena man is accused of using someone's vehicle without permission.  

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Watch Out For Rising Waters, St. Lawrence County Officials Say

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St. Lawrence County emergency officials are telling people to be careful along the Raquette River corridor. 

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State DOT Workers To Collect Roadside Trash For Earth Day

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Employees of the state Department of Transportation will be picking up trash along roads across New York to mark Earth Day. 

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Port Leyden Home Destroyed By Fire

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A mobile home in Port Leyden was destroyed after a fire late Sunday morning. 

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LaFargeville Man Accused of Breaking into Ex's Home, Assault

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A LaFargeville man is accused of breaking into his ex's home and striking a man who was there in the mouth. 

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Sunday Sports: Diamond Doubleheader At Clarkson

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An Easter Sunday double dip in Potsdam as Clarkson hosted the University of Rochester on the softball diamond.

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Gas Prices Up On the Holiday Weekend Video included

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According to GasBuddy, New York gas prices have risen more than six cents per gallon in the last week or so. 

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Honoring Easter With Sunday Services Video included

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People of the Christian faith spent Sunday morning honoring the Easter holiday.

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Car Catches Fire At Town Of Hounsfield Auto Shop Video included

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A Ford Mustang caught fire at an auto repair shop just outside the City of Watertown.

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Saturday Sports: Clarkson Women's Lacrosse Gets 4th Straight Win Video included

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The Clarkson Women's lacrosse team was after their 4th straight win Saturday afternoon at Hantz Field in Potsdam where they hosted Union in a Liberty League contest.

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Saturday: Ogdensburg Group Helps Clean Up City Spots Video included

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Empty water bottles, syringes and pill bottles Are just some of the trash that Kristen Legault and her family cleaned up in popular locations in Ogdensburg on Saturday. 

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Charter Agrees to Expand Rural Broadband Under Deal With NY

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Charter Communications will expand broadband internet access upstate under a tentative deal with New York regulators. 

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Symbolism Behind First Dinner of Passover, Celebrating Jewish Freedom Video included

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The table was set for the first night of Passover and the Seder dinner Friday at Degel Israel Synagogue in Watertown.

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Friday Sports: College Lacrosse Action In St. Lawrence Co. Video included

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College lacrosse was the name of the game on Good Friday with two games in St. Lawrence County.

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Blast From The Past: 1987 Easter Eggs Video included

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This week on Blast From The Past, we go back to Waster week 32 years ago as youngsters at the Jefferson County Historical Society were learning to decorate eggs as they did in the Victorian era.  

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Watertown Neighborhood Welcomes New Sidewalks Video included

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The new sidewalks on Huntington Street in Watertown are almost ready to be walked on. 

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Population Decreasing Rapidly In Watertown-Fort Drum Area Video included

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The Watertown-Fort Drum Metro Area is one of the five fastest-decreasing metro areas in the country. That's according to new numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau.

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Indoor Farming Could Be In Massena's Future Video included

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Bitcoin, vegetables and data. That's the vision for a new kind of industrial park. Developers say it could bring hundreds of jobs to Massena. 

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Lewis County Gears Up For SNIRT Run Video included

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Lewis County is gearing up to draw in thousands for a longtime spring tradition happening this weekend.

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No Serious Injuries Reported In Crash

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No serious injuries were reported in a crash in the town of Watertown Friday afternoon. 

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Christians Observe Long-Standing Good Friday Tradition Video included

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It's a tradition that's spanned more than two decades. 

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State's Population Continues Downward Slide

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New numbers from the U.S. Census show New York state's population continued to decline last year. 

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Highlights & Scores: HS Lacrosse & College Baseball Video included

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South Jefferson came out on top of a boys' non-league lacrosse contest Thursday.

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North Country Reminds Cuomo About Prison Promise Video included

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The north country is waiting to hear if any local prisons will be closed. As we wait, St. Lawrence County is reminding the governor of a promise he made in Ogdensburg years ago.

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Watertown Plaza Evacuated Video included

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A plaza in the city of Watertown was evacuated Thursday afternoon. 

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Fire Destroys St. Lawrence County Home

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Investigators are trying to pinpoint the cause of a blaze which destroyed a home on an island in the St. Lawrence River. 

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People Seeking Second Chances Affected By Call Center Closure Video included

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People looking for a second chance are among the hundreds of workers affected by the impending closure of the Concentrix call center.

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Fire-Ravaged Alexandria Bay Motel Won't Be Rebuilt

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The Boardwalk Motel in Alexandria Bay won't get rebuilt. 

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Grand Jury Indicts Man In Pellet Gun Shooting Case

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A 27 year old Massena man has been indicted in connection with the pellet gun shooting of a woman in the town of Brasher. 

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Economic Development Officials Not Shocked About Concentrix Video included

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When Concentrix bought out Convergys last year in a $2.4 billion deal and took over the Watertown call center, local economic development officials took note - saying when large mergers like that happen - layoffs and closures aren't uncommon. 

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Lawyer Running For Jefferson County Judge Video included

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A Syracuse attorney who wants to be the next Jefferson County Court judge, wants people to know his roots are in Watertown. 

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Watertown Man Accused Of Selling Cocaine In Lewis County

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A 28 year old Watertown man is accused of selling cocaine. 

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Jefferson County Honors Dispatchers

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Some unsung heroes were recognized Thursday. 

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Workshops Offered For Concentrix Employees

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Help was offered Thursday for workers affected by the closing of Watertown's call center. 

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Heart Walk To Honor 5 Year Old Girl Video included

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A five year old battling heart disease, who survived two open heart surgeries, is getting honored by the American Heart Association. 

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Chocolate Bunnies Keep Things Hopping At Croghan Candy Kitchen Video included

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The chocolate is flowing at the Croghan Candy Kitchen.  

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What's Next For Concentrix, Workers Video included

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Less than 24 hours after learning Watertown's call center will close, several ideas have come to light about what will move into the building next.

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Highlights & Scores: High School & College Diamond Action Video included

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The championship and consolation games were held Wednesday in the Lowville Wood Bat Tournament. 

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Reefer Retailers Open In Kingston, Ontario Video included

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Could it be a highlight of summer tourism in Kingston? The city's first private retailers of cannabis opened this month, just months after Canada legalized recreational marijuana. 

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Woman Organizes Cleanup Of Ogdensburg Fishing Spot Video included

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A popular fishing spot was trashed and an idea was born. Volunteers will try to make Ogdensburg a little cleaner this weekend. 

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Ogdensburg–Prescott International Bridge Tolls Going Up

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Tolls are going up this week to cross the Ogdensburg–Prescott International Bridge. 

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Church Says It's Close To Settlement With Village Of Canton

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Christian Fellowship Center wants to be able to use a Canton building as a place of worship permanently. 

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Fire-Ravaged Home Razed In Watertown

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It's the site of a fire from December 2017. Now the Watertown city home is gone. 

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Port of Ogdensburg Sees Largest Wind Blades Ever

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The shipping season opens with a bang at the Port of Ogdensburg. Huge wind turbine blades arrived on one of the first ships of the season Wednesday. 

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NY To Grant Free Tuition For Fallen Service Members' Families Video included

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New York state will grant free state tuition and room and board to the families of New York military members who are killed or disabled while on duty. 

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Hotline & Registry Set Up For Army Housing Problems

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You've heard about problems with mold and vermin in military housing. Now the Army has set up a phone number to handle reports of housing problems. 

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North Country Enjoys The Taste Of Spring Video included

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From fishing, to spring cleaning, to enjoying spring break - people around the north country spent their day outside Wednesday.  

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7 Apprehended After Allegedly Crossing Border Illegally

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Border Patrol agents apprehended seven people who walked across the border from Canada near Fort Covington illegally over the weekend. 

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Alex Bay Gears Up For Tourist Season Video included

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Signs outside popular hangouts in Alexandria Bay show hopeful messages. that soon, the summer crowds will line the streets and shoreline. 

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Concentrix Permanently Closing In July Video included

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Watertown's call center is closing for good.  Cheryl Mayforth of The WorkPlace confirms to 7 News that Concentrix will shut its doors by the end of July.  

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Highlights & Scores: Cracking The Wood In Lowville Video included

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Lowville began its four-team wooden-bat baseball tournament Tuesday, which gives high school ballplayers a chance to get away from aluminum and try out wood. 

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TI French Club Students Witness Notre Dame Fire In Paris Video included

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They're in Paris and saw history unfold in front of them. Members of the French Club from Thousand Islands Central School are touring France, staying in Paris, and saw the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral.

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Local Priest Reflects On Notre Dame Fire & Holy Week Video included

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This is Holy Week for Christians around the world. It's the time leading up to Easter. 

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Canton Expects Big $avings Thanks To Solar Farm Video included

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Canton's solar farm is cranking out the juice. Village officials want to save money and the environment at the same time. 

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Watertown's Front-Line Fire Engine Out Of Commission Video included

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One of the first engines to arrive at the scene of a fire in the city of Watertown is out of commission for up to a year. 

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Local 911 Dispatchers Honored This Week Video included

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They are the first responders to a scene without ever stepping foot there. They are 911 dispatchers and they're being honored this week. 

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Fort Drum Opens First Of Its Kind Food Kiosk Video included

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Grabbing food on the go just got easier for soldiers on Fort Drum. A first of its kind kiosk opened Tuesday morning on post. 

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Just Face It: Picking Up An Egg With An Excavator Video included

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Picking up an egg with a spoon, is easy.  Now attach that spoon to an excavator and pick up the egg. 

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Local Volunteers Pack Up Books Bound For Malawi Video included

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They're helping students in Africa learn to read. On Tuesday, volunteers in Watertown packed up 5,000 books, called easy readers, that are headed for students at 15 schools in the northern region of Malawi. 

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Voters Overwhelmingly Disapprove Of Governor's Pay Raise, Poll Says

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There are a lot of things New Yorkers like about the recently passed state budget, but the governor's pay raise isn't one of them. 

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Demolish Or Save? Officials Mull Fate Of Rental Home Video included

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Neighbors of a deteriorating Watertown home want to see it demolished, but a developer wants to buy it and fix it up. 

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Tourists With NNY Connections Witness Notre Dame Fire Video included

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A Watertown couple was among American tourists in Paris when the Notre Dame Cathedral fire broke out Monday. 

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3 Concerts Announced For DPAO Summer Series

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The Disabled Persons Action Organization has announced three-quarters of its 2019 Concert Series. 

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Milestones Continue For Ogdensburg Airport Video included

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The numbers keep climbing at the Ogdensburg airport. Officials celebrated passenger number 125,000 since the airport's 2016 expansion and the addition of Allegiant Air's direct flights to Florida. 

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Scholarship Pageant Raises Money With Pasta Video included

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Plates were piled high with spaghetti. 

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Watch Your Laundry - Hydrant Flushing Begins In Cape Vincent

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If you live in the Cape Vincent village water district, you might want to put off that load of laundry for a couple of days. 

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Route 12E In Town Of Brownville Reopens After Crash

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A crash temporarily shut down a highway in Jefferson County Monday afternoon.

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State To Help Pay For Watertown's Second Courtroom Video included

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It looks like the city of Watertown will get help from the state when it comes to paying for its second courtroom.

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Supreme Court Rejects Allergan's Bid To Use Tribe To Shield Patents

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It looks like the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe will be out millions of dollars due to an action by the U.S. Supreme Court. 

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Ogdensburg Man Pleads Guilty To Sex Crime

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A 25 year old Ogdensburg man has taken a plea deal in connection with a sex crime. 

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Cobb Formally Announces 2nd Challenge To Stefanik Video included

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Tedra Cobb, who unsuccessfully challenged Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik last year, is going to try again. 

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Volunteers To Pick Up Where Massena's Curbside Pickup Leaves Off Video included

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The village of Massena is ending curbside pickup for spring cleanup. But volunteers say they will try to plug the gap. 

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Family Seeks Help For Baby With Medical Defect Video included

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A Gouverneur baby was diagnosed with a rare medical defect - one that doesn't seem to have a cure. Now, the parents are working to find answers. 

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What's Moving To Make Room For Watertown's New Court

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We now know what offices will move, and to where, to make room for the new court on Watertown City Hall's first floor.

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Students Flock To Class On Birds Video included

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It was a fun, feathered time at Jefferson Community College.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Soldier's Claims, Park Pool & Mercy Site Video included

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In a New York Times Magazine article, a former soldier claims he was harassed for being gay while stationed at Fort Drum. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Dr. VanDeWall Honored For Lifetime Achievement Video included

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A mentor at Samaritan Medical Center in Watertown was honored with the hospital's seventh annual Lifetime Achievement Award Thursday night.

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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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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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Cool & Cloudy Wednesday, Warm & Sunny Thursday Video included

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If you expect Wednesday to be as warm and pleasant as Tuesday, you're going to be very disappointed. 

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A Warm, Mostly Cloudy Day Video included

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We could see some rain early on, but then it dries out. Then there's more rain. 

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NY Ban On Single-Use Plastic Bags Signed Into Law

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New York's ban on single use plastic bags is now law. Governor Cuomo chose Earth Day for the official signing.  

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Early Clouds, Sun By Afternoon Video included

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It's going to be a fairly warm and, eventually, sunny day. 

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Mild Temps, Cloudy Skies With Some Rain Video included

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We'll likely have rain Friday and Saturday, but only for a part of each day.

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Morning Rain, But A Dry Afternoon Video included

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Rain showers move through the north country Thursday morning, but it should be drying off by afternoon. 

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A Warm & Sunny Spring Day Video included

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Like the first two days of the workweek, Wednesday was off to a chilly start -- but that's where the similarity ends. 

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A Sunny, More Pleasant Day Video included

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Tuesday will be another cooler-than-average day, but at least it will be sunny. 

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  • Roiataniron Eugene Arthur King, son of Brenna Burns-Barnes & Elden King

    Roiataniron Eugene Arthur King, son of Brenna Burns-Barnes & Elden King

    Wednesday, April 24 2019 9:38 PM EDT2019-04-25 01:38:07 GMT

    AKWESASNE - Roiataniron Eugene Arthur King peacefully passed away on April 23, 2019 surrounded by the love and comfort of his family.  

    AKWESASNE - Roiataniron Eugene Arthur King peacefully passed away on April 23, 2019 surrounded by the love and comfort of his family.  

  • Edward L. Sweeney, 72, of Potsdam

    Edward L. Sweeney, 72, of Potsdam

    Wednesday, April 24 2019 9:28 PM EDT2019-04-25 01:28:24 GMT

    Funeral Services for Edward L. Sweeney, 72, of Potsdam will be held Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at St. Mary’s Church in Potsdam, NY at 11am with Rev. Stephen Rocker celebrant.  

    Funeral Services for Edward L. Sweeney, 72, of Potsdam will be held Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at St. Mary’s Church in Potsdam, NY at 11am with Rev. Stephen Rocker celebrant.  

  • Gabriel John Caldwell, son of Brandon & Mariah Caldwell

    Gabriel John Caldwell, son of Brandon & Mariah Caldwell

    Wednesday, April 24 2019 6:40 PM EDT2019-04-24 22:40:20 GMT

    Gabriel John Caldwell, infant son of Brandon and Mariah (Kampnich) Caldwell, passed away April 22, 2019 shortly after he was born at Crouse Hospital in Syracuse.  ..

    Gabriel John Caldwell, infant son of Brandon and Mariah (Kampnich) Caldwell, passed away April 22, 2019 shortly after he was born at Crouse Hospital in Syracuse.  ..

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