Utica Schools Superintendent Bruce Karam and Proctor High School Principal Josh Gifford clarify grading and funding confusion, and address parent concerns during Coronavirus remote learning.
Utica Police Sgt. Mike Curley discusses the challenges of investigating the rising gun violence and homicides in Utica this year.
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona discusses his new book, “An American Legend: The Fascinating and Untold True Life Store of America’s Most Beloved […]
Local business owner Howard Potter explains why the “Utica School District Parents” Facebook group was created to better communicate concerns and questions to school officials.
Part 2: Assemblyman John Salka shares his thoughts on staffing and supply shortages at hospitals during the Coronavirus pandemic, and Gov. Cuomo’s confusing communication on ambiguous […]
Part 1: Assemblyman John Salka joins is to discuss the election chaos surrounding absentee ballots in NY, President Trump’s challenge to the results, and the need […]
New York Mills Mayor Ernie Talerico explains how village police are investigating last week’s shooting outside Fitness Mill, and their plans to add new street lighting […]
New Hartford Town Supervisor Paul Miscione explains how they’re addressing the Starbucks drive-thru traffic jams, sales tax losses, coping with Coronavirus, and Gov. Cuomo’s COVID Thanksgiving […]
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente discusses latest spike of 214 daily Coronavirus cases, the delay in Testing results and the need for reforming the Board of […]
Former Oneida County legislator Larry Tanoury Jr. shares his thoughts on Board of Election incompetence, and the chaos of “StickyGate” surrounding the NY-22 congressional vote between […]
Ben Simons, president of the Oneida County Association of Towns, and Legislator Keith Schiebel of 1st District explain the struggle of local towns and villages over […]
Montgomery County Sheriff Jeff Smith reacts to the controversy surrounding Gov. Cuomo’s latest Thanksgiving COVID laws.
New York City attorney Jeff Wolber (and Mark Wolber’s cousin) discusses the various new laws that have been enacted concerning Nursing Homes and other facility liabilities […]
Oneida County’s Coronavirus numbers are back up in the triple digits. The county is reporting 105 cases for the most recent 24-hour period. There are 18 […]
UTICA – It was a Utica teen, who died of gunshot wounds in a shooting Sunday in the city. Utica Police say Eugene Aviles was 19 […]
Two teens are accused of trying to break into TRB’s gun shop, in Vernon, on Nov. 11. Eighteen-year-old Cameron Major, of Utica, and a 16-year-old, are […]
Senator Joe Griffo discusses a variety of issues, including Gov. Cuomo versus Sheriffs on Thanksgiving rules, improving Upstate representation, Term Limits, new voting laws and the […]
Utica Council President Mike Galime explains why he thinks the Common Council’s 2017 Term Limit changes should be rescinded.
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente discusses the troubling and dangerous rise in COVID cases locally, and the threat of new restrictions if microclusters continue to spread […]
Schuyler Town Supervisor Anthony Lucenti discusses the recent Zoning Board of Appeals approval to allow a new proposed Solar Farm, why some residents are against it, […]
Lewis County Sheriff Mike Carpinelli, who is also running for NY Governor, pushes back against Gov. Cuomo’s latest rules restricting gathering sizes during Thanksgiving.
Utica Common Councilman Joe Betrus explains why he’s so passionate about reversing the city’s expanded Term Limits legislation.
Utica Councilmember Celeste Friend clarifies the confusion surrounding proposed changes to the city’s Term Limit laws, and why she believes city politicians should stop exploiting laws […]
Former Utica councilman and mayoral candidate Joe Marino shares his thoughts on proposed Term Limit changes, Utica Police discipline, parking garage funding, and Mayor Palmieri’s silence […]
New York State Trooper Jack Keller discusses the latest on the Rome Motel homicide, a Sylvan Beach home invasion, Revenge Porn laws and a second death […]
Oneida County is currently reporting 79 new, known cases of Coronavirus over the past 24 hours, and one death of a person with the virus. Nineteen […]
Republican challenger Claudia Tenney’s election night lead of 28,000 votes over democrat incumbent congressman Anthony Brindisi has now shrunk to 3483 votes, as counties in the […]
Vireo Health’s Chief Medical Officer Stephen Dahmer explains the current state of medicinal marijuana in New York, and why legalizing adult use would be beneficial.
Brett Truett explains what’s next in the fight against MVHS’s downtown hospital project in Utica after the #NoHospitalDowntown lawsuit was dismissed.
Oneida County Board of Legislators Majority Leader George Joseph discusses the 2021 Proposed Budget and uncertainty concerning funding of the downtown Parking Garage project.
State Police are still looking for two suspects in a fatal shooting at the Red Carpet Inn, Sunday, in Rome. Police are not releasing the 28-year-old […]
Oneida county is currently reporting 66 new, known, Coronavirus cases and one death of a person with the virus. Ten new positive tests in Herkimer county; […]
Republican challenger Claudia Tenney’s lead over democrat incumbent congressman Anthony Brindisi, in the 22nd district, has shrunk from about 28,000 votes election night….to 5000. Seven of […]
Former Utica Fire Chief Russ Brooks Part 2 – We Discuss Term Limits and Hospital Red Zones
Former Utica Fire Chief Russ Brooks Talks About the Utica Food Pantry and the Need for Turkeys
Utica Common Council Mike Galime explains uncertainty surrounding funding for proposed downtown Parking Garage, and efforts to rescind Term Limits extension for city Mayor and other […]
Oneida County Sheriff Rob Maciol discusses the horrific details about a dog dragged behind a vehicle, recent Coronavirus cases at the County Jail, and how new […]
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente details his proposed 2021 Budget, spending cuts, Nexus & Parking Garage funding, and rising COVID numbers.
Utica Councilmember Celeste Friend explains why she proposed a law to rescind new Term Limits for the Mayor and city officials, and also why Police Residency […]
Utica Councilman Frank Meola explains how a new city law will crack down on criminal activity around Convenience Stores, and why the City won’t be able […]
Herkimer County Legislative Chairman Vince Bono talks about rising Coronavirus cases, uncertainty with Remington Arms and finalizing the new County Jail.
MVCC Political Scientist and Utica School Board member Bob Cardillo talks Politics on Campus, Socialism and the meaning of President Trump.
Oneida County Executive, Anthony Picente, will present his 2021 budget proposal to the county legislature at 2:00 this afternoon. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only the board […]
In response to rising numbers, Governor Cuomo is out with some new directives. State liquor authority licensed establishments must close at 10 PM. Also, indoor and […]
Oneida County is currently reporting its highest single-day total of Coronavirus cases, at 74. There was also one COVID-related death in the past 24 hours. There […]
Utica Police Chief Mark Williams explains what changes UPD has already done to reduce racial prejudices and improve racial justice within law enforcement and the criminal […]
Utica GOP Committee Vice Chairman Mike Gentile explains how the local committee works, and what support they offer for Republican candidates in local campaigns.
Former NY Senate candidate Dave Mattoon explains why Christians and the Religious Right support President Trump, and what good has come out of the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The New Hartford board of education will vote tonight on a proposed modification to their hybrid learning mode. It’s happening via zoom at 7:00 tonight. […]