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Syracuse is located in the heart of upstate New York, with well over 145,000 residents. Syracuse University has long been considered one of the best Journalism schools in the country, especially for sports journalism. Some of the top sports broadcasters in the industry have come through this college, including: TNT’s Marv Albert, NBC’s Bob Costas and Len Berman, Fox Sports’ Dick Stockton, and ESPN’s Mike Tirico (Monday Night Football), Sean McDonough and Jayson Stark.

Population: 145170
Local Newspapers: The Post Standard The Herald Journal
Local Sports Teams: Syracuse Orangemen Syracuse Chiefs (Triple A)
Local Colleges: Syracuse University Upstate Medical University Le Moyne College

Zip Codes associated with syracuse, new york: 13201 13202 13203 13204 13205 13206 13207 13208 13209 13210 13211 13212 13214 13215 13224 13290
Towns/Cities near syracuse, new york : Baldwinsville Phoenix Bridgeport Chittenango Minoa Brewerton Oneida Mattydale Marcellus

Syracuse News
NY corruption trial: Percoco heckled by protesters outside court

Former governor's aide Joseph Percoco faced protesters today on his way into federal court in Manhattan for the first day of his trial on charges of bribery and extortion. Percoco, the former executive deputy secretary to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is charged with taking more than $300,000 in bribes, including $287,000 from a company that has been developing a Hudson Valley power plant.

Jenny Slate to perform stand-up comedy in Syracuse

The University Union show will take place in the Goldstein Auditorium on Friday, Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:15 p.m. Comedian Aparna Nancherla of "Inside Amy Schumer" will open for Slate. Slate is best known for her memorable character Mona-Lisa Saperstein on "Parks and Recreation," in which she accurately plays " the worst person in the world ."

Clay man shot video in Syracuse University women's bathroom, police say

A town of Clay man used his cell phone to shoot video of women last week in a bathroom at Syracuse University's Life Sciences Building, city police said. Garrett J. Monds, 27, of 4764 Norstar Blvd., Apt.

Syracuse council unanimously appoints Michael Greene to vacant seat

Greene, 30, was sworn in immediately following a 1 p.m. council meeting. He will fill the seat left vacant by Helen Hudson, who was elected council president in November.

Utica man charged with murder in death of 7-month-old

A 20-year-old Utica man has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of a seven-month-old girl he was babysitting, according to Utica police. Jason Nieves, 20, of Utica was charged after Utica police said they responded about 6 p.m. Saturday to a Walker Street address.

Syracuse.com is there as Cor execs, ex-Cuomo aide go on trial in NYC for corruption

About two dozen protesters lined up this morning outside the New York City Courthouse where a former top aide to the governor and two Syracuse business executives will go on trial in a bribery and corruption trial. Jury selection is expected to begin later this morning for a trial that former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara promised would pull back the curtains on New York state government.

Ex-Syracuse football RB signee Jo-El Shaw commits to Kent State, Sean Lewis

Shaw, who didn't qualify in 2016 and was offered again by SU last summer, is now pledged to play for former Orange co-offensive coordinator Sean Lewis. The 6-foot-1, 235-pound rising junior spent the last two years at Lackawanna Community College in Scranton, Penn., after starring at Woodland Hills High School in Pittsburgh.

Country Megaticket, 3 concerts announced for Lakeview Amphitheater in Syracuse

The Megaticket, which includes admission to all three shows, will go on sale this Friday, Jan. 26 at 10 a.m. through Live Nation. Prices are $499 for the gold package , $299 for silver package and $104.70 for the lawn package .

Mother Dies After Fire That Claimed Daughter, Donates Organs to Save Others

Heather Mishlanie, 41, and her 7-year-old daughter, Taylor, perished in the fire. Taylor died shortly after the blaze.

Syracuse man ignores order to stay away from woman; damages her door, TV, police say

A Syracuse man ignored a court order this weekend when he kicked in a woman's door and damaged some of her belongings, city police said. Officers responded to the 1400 block of West Onondaga Street at 11:38 p.m. When they arrived, the victim told police 29-year-old Anthony Ruffin had kicked in her front door and damaged her property, including a television, police spokeswoman Sgt.

Tampa Bay promotes two forwards from Syracuse Crunch

The Syracuse Crunch has lost three straight and will now have to dig out of that mini-slump without two of its best players. Bournival, 25, has appeared in 40 games with the Crunch this season, posting 13 goals and 27 points to go along with 40 penalty minutes.

Syracuse native Jeanette Epps' brother says 'racism'...

The brother of a Syracuse-born astronaut said "oppressive racism and misogyny in NASA" is behind the administration's choice not to send Dr. Jeanette Epps to the International Space Station. Henry Epps shared a MoveOn.org petition on his Facebook page and called for NASA to reinstate Epps to the mission, where she would be the first African-American to become a crew member on the ISS.

Two men shot outside 'nuisance' party in Syracuse

Two men were shot early Sunday morning outside a loud party on the 400 block of Delaware Street, according to Syracuse police. Officers arrived at 418 Delaware St. in response to a shots-fired call at 2:37 a.m. They found a large group of people leaving the area from a party inside the lower apartment there, said spokesman Sgt.

Lee Ann Womack, Postmodern Jukebox: 6 shows to see

Syracuse's upcoming week is a triple threat of entertainment, with magic, comedy and music available for Central New Yorkers looking to escape cabin fever. Music fans can enjoy the talented vocals of Lee Ann Womack to the time-twisting, genre-bending ensemble Postmodern Jukebox.

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New Yorkers have paid more than $10 million over the last nine years to settle 88 cases of sexual harassment, discrimination and related cases in state government, almost all of which were brought by women reporting groping, come-ons and demeaning treatment. All but five of the cases were brought by women alleging "gender discrimination, discrimination based on sexual orientation, sexual harassment, hostile work environment, and or/or sexual assault," according to the records obtained under the state Freedom of Information Law.

Signs of Protest: Stories behind the posters at the Syracuse Women's March

Lady Liberty stood tall in the middle of the United Way of CNY parking lot, surrounded by a sea of protesters. With flames made of paper raised high in the air, Lori Hobday, an immigrant dressed as the symbolic American statue, explained her outfit and her reason for marching for women's rights.

March for Life rally draws crowd to downtown Syracuse

A crowd of more than 100 people, many carrying signs against abortion, marched across downtown Syracuse this afternoon for the annual March for Life rally. The anti-abortion walk is a demonstration against the "devaluing and intentional taking of human life," according to the Syracuse Right to Life Association, which organizes the annual rally.

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