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  • Bernie Fine can't be charged, despite credible accusers, D.A. says

     
    A New York prosecutor says he can not bring charges against Bernie Fine even though the accusations of sexual abuse against the former Syracuse assistant basketball coach are credible. Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick says the...
  • SYRACUSE CHIEFS FACE BRUTAL END OF THE SEASON ...

     
    With the end of the year approaching it was time to post next season's IronPigs schedule in my planning book, and while doing so I found this little doozy ... Remember a couple years ago when the IronPigs had to make a one-day trip to Pawtucket in the...
  • GRPS Board Discusses Future of Grand Rapids Superintendent Bernard Taylor, Closed Door Sessions Last For More Than Nine Hours

    GRPS Board Discusses Future of Grand Rapids Superintendent Bernard Taylor, Closed Door Sessions Last For More Than Nine Hours
    The Grand Rapids Public Schools Board of Education met in closed session at 3:30 p.m. Monday to discuss the status of Supintendent Bernard Taylor.  It was a meeting that went until around 1:15 the next morning, with only a short break for public comment....
  • GRPS Superintendent Dr. Bernard Taylor Drops Candidacy for Syracuse Job

    GRPS Superintendent Dr. Bernard Taylor Drops Candidacy for Syracuse Job
    Grand Rapids Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Bernard Taylor has announced that he is no longer a candidate for the top job with Syracuse Public Schools in New York. Until recently, Taylor was one of two finalists for the job, and FOX 17 News had been...
  • Trial Starts For Man Accused Of Covering Up Son's Subway Bomb Plot

    Trial Starts For Man Accused Of Covering Up Son's Subway Bomb Plot
    He's accused of covering up what would have been the largest terrorist attack in the U.S. since 9/11, and now Mohammed Wali Zazi, the father of admitted terrorist Najibullah Zazi, goes on trial in federal court in downtown Brooklyn. The shocker is that...
  • Grandmother Left Child In Car To Gamble In Casino: Cops

    Grandmother Left Child In Car To Gamble In Casino: Cops
    A New York woman was arrested and charged with child endangerment after police say she left her 6-year-old grandson in her car while she gambled at a Westchester County casino. According to authorities, Rose Thigpen-Grant, 53, of Syracuse, hit the Empire...
  • Silverthought Press

    Name of press: Silverthought Press, Philadelphia, NY-- just outside of Syracuse-- and Chicago. And Seattle. In what year was your press founded? 2001 How many people are on your staff? Silverthought's founder, Paul Hughes, handles acquisitions,...
  • Around the nation in 25 days

    Around the nation in 25 days
    "I think," my friend Ted Jacobi paused as he collected his thoughts, gazing out the window of our train, "I think I am falling in love with Milwaukee." Amtrak's Empire Builder is a massive double-decker that departs daily from Chicago for Seattle. It was...
  • St. Thomas' new coach Casullo no stranger to football

    St. Thomas' new coach Casullo no stranger to football
    As spring high school football practice gets underway Monday across South Florida, a handful of new coaches will be taking the field. They'll be observed by athletic directors. Watched by fans and alumni. Evaluated by their players. While they'll face...
  • Narmeen Choudhury

    Narmeen Choudhury
    Narmeen Choudhury joined the PIX11 News team as a General Assignment Reporter in December 2011. She came to PIX11 from WTIC, Tribune Broadcasting’s Hartford, CT station where she was a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor since 2007. While...
  • American journey

    American journey
    Hang on to your hats boys and girls.  You’re about to take a lightning-quick cyber trip across America. Those prone to seizures may want to avert your eyes. Freelance photographer Brian Defreese spent a couple of months traveling across the US...