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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: TNTâ€™s Marv Albert, NBCâ€™s Bob Costas and Len Berman, Fox Sportsâ€™ Dick Stockton, and ESPNâ€™s Mike Tirico (Monday Night Football), Sean McDonough and Jayson Stark.
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
Coach arrested in NY with teen booked into Florida jail
A Florida soccer coach arrested in New York after accusations that he ran away with a teenage girl has been returned to his home state. Online jail records show that 27-year-old Rian Rodriguez was booked Thursday into the Columbia County Detention Facility on charges of sexual assault and interference with child custody.Syracuse football recruiting: 3-star Houston QB commit Chance Amie visiting SU
Class of 2018 quarterback Chance Amie will take an official visit to Syracuse football this weekend, he told Syracuse.com. Amie, a Houston commit, was once the Orange's top target at signal caller.Florida soccer coach who ran off with teen faces sex charge
The former assistant high school soccer coach who allegedly ran off with a Florida teen was hit with a charge of sexual activity with a minor Friday, according to ABC News affiliate WJXT . Rian Rodriguez, 27, who made his first appearance before a judge via closed circuit video in Columbia County criminal court, already was facing the felony charge of interfering with custody of a child for allegedly taking 17-year-old Caitlyn Frisina from home for a week without her parents' permission.Woman stabs man on Syracuse's East Side, police say
Paulina Delmonte, 37, of Syracuse, charged with assaulting a man at Parkside Commons, said Sgt. Julie Shulsky, a Syracuse police spokeswoman.Syracuse football recruiting: Early signing period explainer
If you feel like you're seeing a lot more football recruiting content of late, you're not imagining things. This year, the typical calendar has been thrown for a loop.Man found dead in Syracuse restaurant's bathroom after possible overdose
The Syracuse Police Department was called to Otro Cinco around 9 p.m. The restaurant is in downtown Syracuse at 206 S. Warren St. When officers arrived at the restaurant, they found a man in his mid-30s dead inside a bathroom stall, said Sgt. Richard Helterline, a police spokesman.See photos of former CNY knife factory now apartments, retail; popular coffee shop coming soon
A 42,000-square-foot redevelopment of the former Camillus Cutlery headquarters to turn it into apartments and retail space has been completed. Camillus Mills, developed by Thomas Blair of Skaneateles and Franklin Properties of Syracuse, features 29 apartments and 8,500-square-feet of retail space.Bodybuilder explains how he was wrongly caught in Onondaga County's largest cocaine bust
Anthony "Bashir" Brigman says he's a professional bodybuilder, personal trainer and vitamin specialist, but says what he's not is drug dealer or drug user. The Post-Standard about four weeks after he was charged in what authorities are calling the biggest cocaine bust in Onondaga County's history.Syracuse police ask public for help finding missing man
Police are asking the public for help finding a 61-year-old man who went missing from the Syracuse Rescue Mission. Police met with a case worker at the Rescue Mission on Wednesday at 1 p.m. who said Donald O'Mara, 61, had not returned to the facility.How Syracuse inmate won his murder trial without a lawyer: 'That dummy showed us'
He spent more time sitting at his desk than on his bed because paperwork was sprawled across the cot. Deputies joked the cell was approaching a fire hazard.Syracuse breaks snowfall record - and it wasn't even the snowiest spot in CNY
At Hancock International Airport, the official measuring station for Syracuse, 8.9 inches of snow fell. The old record for Dec. 13 was 5.9 inches, set in 1951.Syracuse judge offers counseling to jurors after guilty verdict in child porn case
A Syracuse judge offered free counseling to jurors after they found a Granby man guilty of 12 counts of producing child pornography. Twelve jurors sat through about three days of testimony and evidence, which included photos and videos of child pornography, and graphic descriptions of sexual abuse.Attorney General sues Syracuse business accused of keeping student possessions
The New York Attorney General's Office has filed a lawsuit against a Syracuse-based company that offered storage and transportation of belongings as students moved to and from school. The company -- Not My Parents Garage, LLC -- operates out of Syracuse and marketed itself as a cheap way to store students' possessions and then deliver them to campuses across the state when needed.Syracuse post office worker opened packages, stole cash out of mail
A Syracuse post office worker was sentenced today to two years of probation for opening packages and stealing cash out of the mail. Brian Hanlon, 36, was ordered to pay a $2,500 fine for "obstructing the passage of the mail," the U.S. Attorney's Office said in a press release.United Radio to expand, create 35 jobs in DeWitt
United Radio, which started as a one-man radio repair shop in 1923 and now employs 550 people, is expanding. The company said it plans to purchase a 100,000-square-foot building it leases at 5717 Enterprise Parkway and purchase another 100,000-square-foot building next to it.After Richie Walsh's death, sons help Hibernians raise record $20K for Old Newsboys
Richie Walsh, of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, sells special editions of The Post-Standard for the Old Newsboys fundraiser outside Tops Market at the Westvale Plaza, in this 2012 file photo. Walsh died in May. The AOH raised $20,000 in his honor this year.Syracuse ax murderer and propane tank arsonist gets another 21 years to life sentence
A 1992 ax murderer who earlier this year was found guilty of starting a fatal fire by putting a propane tank into an oven received a 25 years to life sentence today. Shaun Bowen, 50, asked his lawyer to step aside and insisted on representing himself at the sentencing before visiting County Court Judge Robert Bauer.
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