North country congresswoman says Trump comments are “unacceptable”

North Country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik says comments President Trump tweeted are “unacceptable.”

  Demolition of crumbling Antwerp building expected soon

Ogdensburg home condemned after vehicle crashed into it

Expect delays on Route 11 near Watertown

Hermon man accused of making meth

Delays expected on Watertown’s Thompson Boulevard

  Founders Weekend coming up in Ogdensburg

Continued Coverage

  Getting ready for the Lewis County Fair

  Untested Waters: Feds take small steps toward inspecting more seafood

High water won’t dampen Seaway Festival’s spirit

Watertown woman’s flower garden brings joy

Your Turn: feedback on protest, border patrol & squirrel

Trump moves to end asylum protections for Central Americans

  Lyric Theater presents ‘9 to 5: The Musical’

Watertown Lyric Theater is presenting "9 to 5: The Musical" this week.

  SPCA: Otis, a heart breaker

Otis has a look that could melt your heart.

  Music poster collection on exhibit at T.I. Arts Center

Darden MacWade has collected a lot of music posters and his collection will be on exhibit starting this week at the Thousand Islands Arts Center in Clayton.

Woman lied about burglary, deputies say

A Port Leyden woman is accused of lying when she told authorities her home had been burglarized and several electronic devices stolen.

Man accused of crashing vehicle & confining passenger inside

Traffic advisory: Route 11 north of Watertown

Smith: Allow three candidates on the November ballot

  Sunday Sports: Bufalini takes his 7th Watertown Men’s City Golf Championship

  A 200 year milestone for key piece of North Country history

  Jefferson County Fair wraps up in Watertown

  West Carthage native, Thomas Homan, in heated testimony on Capitol Hill

Focus on immigration

  Saturday Sports: Watertown City Golf 36 hole finals on the line

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - Semifinal action took place Saturday morning in the 2019 Watertown Men's City Golf Championship at Ives Hill Country Club with a trip to the 36 hole match play final Sunday on the line.

  Celebrating Cheese in Adams

Annual event brings in a crowd

  Cape Vincent Celebrates French Festival

People went for the culture, stayed for the croissants

  Why are boots lining Route 3 in Fine?

Each pair represents a story, and service

Dexter man faces child pornography charge

Faces felony count

Protesters in Watertown push back against Trump immigration policies

"Lights for Liberty" events happening in Watertown, Potsdam

Chaumont man accused of Watertown robbery

A 31 year old Chaumont man is accused of robbing a Watertown man at gunpoint in the city.

  Friday Sports: Quarterfinal action on the links at Watertown City Men’s Golf Championship

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - The Watertown Men's City Golf Championships continued Friday at Ives Hill Country Club with quarterfinal action.

Rock ‘n’ roll: Heavy metal fans help man in wheelchair crowd surf

Metal fans at Spain’s Resurrection Fest showed their compassion and inclusive-partying spirit last weekend, hoisting a man in a wheelchair into the air so he could crowd surf.

  Watertown lawmakers to vote Monday on mayoral primary tie

The Watertown City Council is poised to officially weigh in on the tie in the primary for mayor.

  Waterfront communities pitch ideas to deal with future flooding

Eight counties along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River are vying for a share of $300 million to prepare for and protect from future flooding. The Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative is drawing hundreds of project proposals.

  Criminal lawyer and legislator? Haggard at center of issue that could have statewide impact

It's a question of potential conflict

2 accused of possessing crack cocaine, oxycodone

Two men are accused of possessing crack cocaine, oxycodone and marijuana.

  Herb Philipson’s looking to sell chain

The man working to bring the Herb Philipson's chain out of bankruptcy may sell instead.

Sex offender sentenced in child pornography case

A 29 year old registered sex offender from the town of Champion is going to prison for child pornography.

  Difference between nutrients and whole foods

Registered dietitian Cathy Moore of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County appeared on 7 News at Noon on Friday to talk about the difference between nutrients and whole foods.

  Youngsters work to solve problems at zoo

Young people are helping to solve problems at the New York State Zoo at Thompson Park while at summer camp.

  Buskers in the Bay offers plenty of fun

Performers have taken over Market Street in Alexandria Bay as part of the 4th annual Buskers in the Bay.

  Blast From The Past: 1987 sausage maker

This week on Blast From The Past, we go back to 1987 to the story of that popular Italian sausage enjoyed recently at the Mount Carmel Feast.

  Anchor Recovery Center hosts drum circle

Event is happening Friday night

  TV Dinner: A marinade for grill masters

Check out Chef Manning's Carolina mustard marinade

  Chance of Showers, nice looking weekend

Beth Hall's Wake Up Weather Forecast

Steelworkers approve three year deal with Arconic

The nearly two month stand-off between Arconic and the United Steelworketrs union ended Thursday with union members approving a new contract.

  Animal rescuer fighting to get squirrel back now faces state charges

The man who is fighting to get his squirrel back has been charged by the state.

Assistant public defender charged again with drunk driving

An assistant public defender for Jefferson County has been charged with drunk driving for the second time in six years.

  5 downtown Watertown properties being sold for $1.3M

Five Watertown properties are being sold for more than $1 million.

Lyonsdale biomass to be dismantled

The Lyonsdale Biomass energy facility will be dismantled this summer and the 46 acre property will be transferred to the Lewis County Industrial Development Agency.

Budget battle ends between Lewis County & sheriff

A budget battle is settled in Lewis County as Sheriff Mike Carpinelli and the legislature agree to partially restore parks and recreation patrols, and pay for firearms the department ordered.

  Recount in Watertown mayoral primary is unlikely

You can't always get what you want. In Watertown's tied mayoral race, there are several calls for the board of elections to do a hand recount, but it's likely not going to happen.

  Rock Church To Host ‘A Day In The Community’

Everything will be free on August 3 at The Rock Church in Watertown.

  Arconic steelworkers vote today on new contract

Results expected late Thursday night

  Grange celebrates its history at Jefferson County Fair

For over a century, the Grange has been involved in the Jefferson County Fair.

  Dexter man receives his “freedom kidney”

A 17 year wait for a donor is over

After decades in business, Watertown’s Truesdell’s Furniture store to close

Store will close at the end of October

Potsdam Summer Festival is underway

The festival runs through Saturday.

  Fireworks in Carthage set for Saturday

An afternoon for family fun

  Cheddar cheese and melodies: Lots happening in Adams

Cheddar Cheese Festival this weekend, concerts all summer

  Laughing 4 a Cause to benefit River Hospital

Event August 9th

  Watertown’s Charter Commission holds first public hearing

Two more hearings are scheduled for this month

  Wake Up Forecast: Light rain, chance for thunderstorms later in the day

Grab an umbrella for Thursday

  Labor Sec. Acosta refuses to resign, defends handling of Epstein case

Trying to tamp down calls for his resignation, Labor Secretary Alex Acosta on Wednesday defended his handling of a sex-trafficking case involving now-jailed financier Jeffrey Epstein.

  Butler wants hand recount in tied mayoral primary

More voices weigh in on Watertown's tied mayoral primary and say a hand recount of the ballots should be done.

  Human rights commissioner addresses comment about mass shooting at Watertown Pride event

New York's Division of Human Rights commissioner was in Watertown Wednesday to address concerns following last month's comment about a mass shooting at the city's Pride celebrations.

  Digging up history in Potsdam

They're digging up history in Potsdam – Civil War history. The Potsdam Museum and SUNY Potsdam have teamed up for the project.

  97 year old firefighter responds to alarm

He's a World War II veteran and Clayton firefighter who went on very special ride a few weeks ago. Meet Charlie Solar.

Congressional campaigns announce fundraising numbers

North country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik and the woman who wants to challenge her in 2020 have been busy raising money for the campaign.

Father, daughter accused of robbery in Town of Massena

Duo allegedly stole cash, cell phone

  Prized poultry is something to crow about at Jefferson County Fair

So why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the Jefferson County Fair.

  Teens learn about zoologist careers this summer

Teens don't usually find career planning to be very fun, but the Thompson Park Zoo is changing that.

  Ninja Experience at the Jefferson County Fair

7 News anchor Makenzie Piatt met members of the group, Ninja Experience, which has 3 shows Tuesday at the Jefferson County Fair.

  Forever family friendship

A summer experience nearly 40 years ago has created a forever family friendship.

  Golf tournament to benefit Volunteer Transportation Center in St. Lawrence County

Tournament set for July 19th

  Samaritan Morning Check Up: Back-to-school vaccinations

A reminder to get your shots before the school year starts

  Getting ready for the 199th Lewis County Fair

The fair runs from July 16th-20th

  Care and crafting: Meet Helping Hands

They're trying to make a difference, one handmade item at a time

  Wednesday’s Weather: Heating up

Temperatures expected to hit the high 80s

UPDATE: 20-month-old child struck, killed by vehicle in the Town of Lisbon

A very young boy was struck and killed by a vehicle Tuesday night.