Just days after JazzFest at Jamesville Beach, Producer Frank Malfitano wants fans to share their thoughts. He stopped by the WAER studios to give us his take which is quite candid. Overall, he feels the festival went very well and the performers he says were really into it. Click here to listen to a WAER web exclusive interview with Malfitano.
Although Malfitano is still crunching the numbers, it looks as though the 375-thousand dollar festival that is free to attend will break even this year.
Following the recent arrest of a Syracuse man in a homicide case in May, the City’s Police Chief is asking for more leads and reassuring the public. Police arrested Lynnquan Kellin earlier this week as he stepped off a Centro Bus in Solvay.
Chief Frank Fowler says Kellin shot and killed Arthur Bullock in the head as he attempted to rob his friends at his home on Fage Ave. Despite random acts of violence, Fowler says officers are out working tirelessly to bring people like these into custody.
Onondaga County’s Air One Helicopter Assisted State Police Tuesday night on Interstate 81 North following a stolen pick-up truck from Texas. Authorities say the driver of the truck sped through three counties.
Air One provided lighting and communication which allowed Troopers to lower their speeds. The vehicle in pursuit finally became stuck in the median at the Adams Center Exit in Jefferson County and the suspect was arrested.
If your summer “fun in the sun” has been spoiled by sudden, almost daily downpours, everyone at Syracuse's Erie Canal Museum wants you to join the fun indoors at their new “Monday Funday” family activities.
Governor Cuomo plans to follow up with the White House after he’s heard nothing about a request he made for federal disaster assistance to aid the Mohawk Valley. Torrential downpours in late June caused extensive flooding. Cuomo returned over the weekend to reassess conditions following the on-going recovery efforts.