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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
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Syracuse News
Tops owners preparing to file for bankruptcy protection, Bloomberg reports

Tops owners are preparing for bankruptcy, according to a report from Bloomberg. A remodeled Tops Friendly Markets is located on West Genesee Street in Auburn (Stephen D. Cannerelli The report indicates Tops could file as early as this month.

Best and worst from Syracuse basketball at Miami

Oshae Brissett managed a double-double at Miami, his 16 points and 12 rebounds marking the second time in three games that Brissett has reached that mark. Marek Dolezaj scored a career-high 11 points in Saturday's win.

Former Syracuse football center commit Tyrone Sampson pledges to Fresno State

East English Village Preparatory Academy head coach Rod Oden tweeted about the decision, which was made on an official visit, per multiple reports. Sampson, rated four stars and the No.

New York dad emerges from 61-day coma Source: Cox Media Group

The last thing Robert Crain remembered was visiting the emergency room to have his nagging cough checked out. That was on Oct. 3, 2017.

She was accused of screaming at a baby on a plane. Now her government job is up in the air.

In this Oct. 9, 2012 file photo, Delta Air Lines 747-400 airplane sits parked at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Seattle. A woman who allegedly "screamed" at a 19-year-old mother and her baby on a Delta Air Lines flight earlier this month has been placed on leave from her New York State government job.

How CNY traffic stop for speeding ended with driver facing up to life in prison

Jake Patnode was heading home, driving north on Interstate 81 last weekend when a deputy pulled him over for speeding, going 72 mph in a 65 mph zone. The deputy asked Patnode if he had a weapon, Patnode told him he had metal knuckles in his coat pocket, according to felony complaint filed by a federal investigator in U.S. District Court.

How a birthday lunch saved Syracuse-area native from Florida school shooting

Shannon Wightman punched the address of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School into her phone Wednesday: It let her know she had an hour drive and she'd get there near 2 p.m. But as she was driving down the Florida Turnpike, a friend called and asked whether she wanted to go to lunch for her birthday. Wightman said she wavered, but ultimately decided to go to lunch.

A little gamesmanship sets up Syracuse murder trial in brothers' deaths

Senior Assistant District Attorney Robert Moran said it was possible that Curtis Paige III might say he didn't know a drug robbery -- which later turned fatal -- was about to occur. Moran argued that, if that was the defense strategy, he should be allowed to introduce evidence of Paige's prior robbery conviction.

Todd Howe's role in Syracuse's Inner Harbor project began on Cuomo's Election Night

Disgraced lobbyist Todd Howe had a role in the development of Syracuse's Inner Harbor starting on the night Gov. Andrew Cuomo was elected. Howe testified over seven days in the bribery and corruption trial of former Cuomo aide Joseph Percoco and three businessmen, including Steven Aiello and Joseph Gerardi of Syracuse's Cor Development.

Lost dog, rescued as he was traded for a cigarette, brought home by the kindness of strangers

Snoopy, as you might guess, is a beagle. And beagles love to chase things. He saw a squirrel, got loose, and took off in Syracuse's Strathmore neighborhood.

Refugee's 'severe PTSD' led to killing; he'll get ...

A Syracuse refugee who had been in this country for less than two weeks will spend 20 to 23 years in state prison after admitting to killing a fellow refugee. Award Kabayiza, 25, pleaded guilty this morning to first-degree manslaughter in the November 2016 stabbing and beating death of 64-year-old Jesca Nyirakubanza inside her Butternut Street residence.

Cause of fire at vacant mini-golf course in DeWitt under investigation

As a customer pulled up to a window at the McDonald's drive-thru, she let Has'Zahn Grimes know that a building behind the fast food restaurant was on fire. By the time Grimes ran out of the McDonald's, the right side of Putter's Paradise, a vacant mini-golf course in DeWitt, had caught fire, he said.

Syracuse city leaders hear complaints and suggestions at "Snow Safety Summit"

More than 70 concerned residents and community leaders attended a snow safety summit Thursday night hosted by the city's office of innovation and newly elected Mayor Ben Walsh. The public meeting at Dr Weeks Elementary School provided information to residents about City Hall's plans to improve snow removal in the city.

Compensating clergy sex abuse survivors a meaningful step for church

The Catholic Diocese of Syracuse took a big step Wednesday to make amends for the sexual abuse perpetrated against children by its priests. Bishop Robert Cunningham announced that the diocese would create a program to compensate survivors, "to seek forgiveness for the irreparable acts of the past and perhaps, bring a sense of healing to some."

Syracuse man indicted for 'ambush' murder outside North Side store

A Syracuse man was indicted on murder and weapons charges for an "ambush" shooting outside a North Side convenience store. Muhammad opened fire as the victim left the store, Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler said.

Syracuse dirt biker who killed bicyclist in hit-and-run going to state prison

A Syracuse dirt biker who went on the lam for nearly three weeks after a fatal crash will be sentenced to state prison, a prosecutor said today. Anthony M. Linton Jr., 29, fled after the Aug. 22, 2017 crash that killed bicyclist Ervin Royall, 24, near the Centro headquarters on the city's South Side.

Syracuse defendants get crack at corruption trial star witness Todd Howe

Todd Howe will testify for the seventh day of the four-week long trial against a former top governor's aide and three businessmen. Lawyers for Cor Development executives Steven Aiello and Joseph Gerardi are expected to cross-examine Howe.

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