Man injured in UTV crash

A Norwood man suffered a head injury when he crashed his UTV in the town of Parishville Saturday night.

  3rd annual Wranglers on the River this weekend

  Cooler & less humid this week

Traffic advisory: Arsenal Street in Watertown

  At Founders Weekend, the battle goes on

  Sunday Sports: Rapids take a break, changes on the way in Section 3 Football

Water alert: Town of Lyme flushing hydrants this week

Continued Coverage

  Saturday Sports: Rapids bounce back on home turf

  SMASH! CRASH! Lewis County Fair goes out with a bang

  Saturday in Sackets: beating the heat at Can-Am Festival

  In Sackets Saturday: how fast can you go?

  ‘Vile Vixens’ ride for charity

Saturday: Alcoa, Steelworkers ‘take a break’

Sheriffs: the driver was going fast, and then...

A 20 year old Lewis County man was issued seven tickets early Saturday, after he allegedly turned off his headlights while driving his car “at a high rate of speed.”

Cooling stations open during heat advisory

Due to the heat, cooling stations opened Friday in St. Lawrence County.

  Ky Sawyer: Overcomes the odds, hits the gridiron again

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - When the Watertown Red and Black take the field Saturday night in Schenectady, all eyes will be on Red and Black linebacker Ky Sawyer, who has overcome the odds to make it back on the gridiron after a 4 year absence.

  Friday Sports: Rapids on the road; lose in doubleheader

BOONVILLE, N.Y. (WWNY) - The Watertown Rapids were on the road Friday night traveling to Boonville to face the Adirondack Trailblazers in a PGCBL West Division doubleheader.

Watertown man accused of raping girl

Carthage man sentenced for sexually assaulting a child

Watertown man gets 8 years in prison for child sex abuse, making meth

Man gets year in jail for stabbing, will be deported

  Watertown’s tied mayoral race goes to court

  Report: parental drug abuse leads to more kids in foster care

  SLC lawmakers bring back message about jobs from Washington

Three St. Lawrence County legislators are bringing a message back from Washington. It's about jobs.

  Weathering the heat - how people are coping

It's hot and will probably get hotter.

  Man brings vintage music poster collection to Thousand Islands

The Thousand Islands Art Center in Clayton is displaying a collection of vintage music posters through September 6. The exhibit is called 'Outta Sight.'

  Alternatives to declawing your cat

There are many alternatives to declawing cats and Dr. Beulah Miller, a veterinarian at South Jefferson Veterinary Hospital, appeared on 7 News at Noon on Friday to talk about them.

NFL won’t suspend Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill in case involving son

The league said Friday it has not been given access to information in the court proceedings, and a district attorney in June said an investigation was dropped because officials couldn't prove who injured the boy.

Potsdam man charged in alleged weekend assault

A Potsdam man faces several charges following an alleged assault last weekend.

Man ticketed following investigation into fatal accident last month

St. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies have issued a ticket in a motorcycle-pickup truck crash that killed a man in the town of Fowler last month.

  TV Dinner: Bahn Mi, north country style

It's a north country version of a Vietnamese favorite.

  Alex Bay’s Community Betterment Weekend coming soon

There's a lot going on in Alexandria Bay next weekend.

  Blast From The Past: 1994 folk life festival

This week on Blast From The Past, we go back to August of 1994 for the folk life festival in Massena.

  Hearing sees more Watertown charter commission members than public

Fewer than 10 members of the public turned out Thursday night to share their thoughts on the Watertown’s proposed city charter.

  Rapids down Elmira in collegiate baseball action

The third-place Watertown Rapids were looking to stay in the playoff hunt with a win over the last-place Elmira Pioneers in a West Division matchup in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League.

  Local farmers worry about cost of new worker rules

Next year, farm workers in New York will have new protections like overtime pay. Local farmers worry if they can afford it.

Heat advisory issued for Jefferson, Lewis counties

The heat index is expected to reach up to 100 degrees during the day Friday and Saturday.

4 in Ogdensburg arrested on meth making charges

It began with a foot chase and ended with the arrests of four Ogdensburg residents on meth making charges.

Village sending out letters related to embezzlement probe

The village of Theresa will be sending out letters to its utility customers in connection with an embezzlement investigation.

  Man who lost home to unpaid taxes makes offer to buy it back

A Watertown man who lost his home due to unpaid taxes is ready to pay what he owes. It's now up to lawmakers as to what happens next.

  Local school officials weigh in on vaccination law

There is no longer a religious exemption for school vaccinations in New York. Some parents have a decision to make.

  Military tribute on wheels visits Fort Drum

It's a military tribute you won't find in a museum, but rather on the road.

  Stone Mills Craft Fair to celebrate 50th year

It's a popular annual event at the Northern New York Agricultural Museum in on Route 180 in LaFargeville.

  Toys R Us plans a small comeback with 2 stores this year

The first two new Toys R Us stores will open in Texas and the other in New Jersey.

  Save The River asks for increased outflows and alternating shipping

ave The River is asking for St. Lawrence Seaway shipping to be closed for several days at a time so more water can be released from the Moses-Saunders Power Dam in Massena.

  A hopping good time!

It was a hopping good time at the Massena Arena Thursday.

Heart Association applauds NY’s smoking age change

Governor Andrew Cuomo has made New York the 17th state in the nation to raise the age for buying tobacco products to 21.

  Motorcycle ride benefits Victims Assistance Center

There’s a charity motorcycle ride this weekend to benefit the Jefferson County Victims Assistance Center.

  Decoys & wildlife art on display at 51st annual show

This weekend is the Thousand Islands Museum's 51st annual Decoy and Wildlife Art Show.

  Adele’s Earth Angels fundraiser next month

There's a fundraiser in a couple weeks for a woman who was recently diagnosed with stage four lung cancer.

Cuomo signs bill giving protections to farm workers

New York is going to give farm workers new rights.

  Man who lost Watertown home to unpaid taxes could get it back

There's a chance that a Watertown man who lost a property due to unpaid taxes wiill be able to get that property back.

  Summer basketball league keeps athletes’ skills sharp

Like most high school sports, basketball has become a year-round endeavor.

Traffic advisory: Watertown’s Thompson Boulevard

The 500 block of Watertown's Thompson Boulevard will be closed Thursday while crews repave the street.

  Lawmaker: razing of Lyonsdale biomass plant is ‘disheartening’

A local Lawmaker is disappointed after he spent months securing state funding for a business just for the facility to be torn down.

  What’s next for Watertown’s call center building?

As employees at a downtown Watertown call center finish out their final days, the group that owns the building is exploring what to do with it next.

  St. Lawrence County makes strides with ‘zombie properties’

St. Lawrence County is close to a milestone in getting the worst of its zombie properties back on tax rolls.

Cuomo signs farm workers bill, farm owners voice concerns

Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation giving farm workers collective bargaining rights, overtime pay and other labor protections afforded in non-farm industries.

  7 graduate from police academy

Seven new officers have officially graduated from the Black River-St. Lawrence Police Academy.

600 New York National Guard soldiers heading to Fort Drum

Six hundred New York Army National Guard soldiers from across the state head to Fort Drum this weekend for a command post exercise that runs July 19 through 31.

  Soldiers who deploy without leaving home

It’s a 9 month deployment, while never leaving home.

  Rain doesn’t dampen spirits at Lewis County Fair

The Lewis County Fair got off to a wet start Wednesday morning. But despite the rain, people found plenty of activities to keep them busy.

  Rain or shine, there’s plenty of fun at Lewis County Fair

The second day of the Lewis County Fair was off to a soggy start.

  T.I. Museum hosts shore dinner

Thousand Islands Museum in Clayton is hosting an old-fashioned community shore dinner.

  Morning Checkup: Center for Women & Children

Work on Samaritan Medical Center's Center for Women & Children is moving right along.

Local BOCES grad wins medal in national contest

A recent graduate of the Howard G. Sackett Technical Center was a medal winner in the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference held in June in Louisville, Kentucky.

Cuomo signs bill raising NY’s smoking age to 21

New York is the latest state to raise its smoking age from 18 to 21 in an effort to discourage teens from getting hooked.

  Thousands celebrate community at Lewis County Fair parade

Thousands gathered in Lowville Tuesday night to see the annual parade that's part of the kickoff to the Lewis County Fair.

Stefanik votes against resolution rebuking Trump for ‘racist’ tweets

On Monday, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik called recent tweets by President Donald Trump “wrong” and “denigrating,” but on Tuesday she voted against a resolution in the House of Representatives to condemn those remarks.

  Kickin’ Ash with BBQ ‘N Blues

It time to kick ash this weekend.

  City hopes ‘Baby Shark’ song will drive homeless away

Officials in West Palm Beach are hoping a continuous loop of children's songs played throughout the night will keep homeless people from sleeping on the patio of a city-owned rental banquet facility

  A new era as Watertown football program heads to Section 10

It's back to the future for the Watertown High School football program.

  Watertown police: woman was attacked at Thompson Park

A man who stood up at Watertown's city council meeting said a rape happened in Thompson Park. Police confirm they're investigating an attack on a woman.

Watertown man indicted on rape, sex abuse and other charges

A Watertown man has been indicted on 15 criminal counts, including rape, sexual abuse and unlawful imprisonment.

  Hobby Lobby, other businesses coming to Salmon Run Mall?

We have a glimpse of what might be the future of the Salmon Run Mall laid out on a wall.

Man indicted after allegedly firing gun in Watertown business

A downtown Watertown business owner, who was accused of discharging a firearm when two people entered his Court Street store, has been indicted.

Carthage man indicted for alleged sexual abuse of toddler

A 23 year old Carthage man has been indicted in connection with the sexual and physical abuse of a toddler.

Grand jury indicts man on assault, strangulation counts

A Jefferson County grand jury has indicted a 50 year old Harrisville man in connection with an assault on a woman.

  At last, someone sues in mayor dispute

A lawsuit was filed Tuesday in the dispute over how many candidates for Watertown mayor will appear on the ballot in November.

2 home invasion suspects indicted by grand jury

A Jefferson County grand jury indicted two men Tuesday in connection with a home invasion in Watertown.

  Hammond town hall, library could get new home

The Hammond town hall and library could get a new home. And the current town hall could get a second act.