We've got the latest on Coronavirus in Central New York.
You Might See That Second Stimulus Check Sooner Than You Think
After hitting the stalemate over the size of the bill, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said late last week that he and Pelosi worked some things out and plan to "continue to have discussions."
Disney Pushes Back Almost All Its 2020 Movies to Next Year
Things are looking grim for theaters.
Walmart is Removing One-Way Aisles, Single Entrances at Stores
Walmart said it would resume two-way shopping in all of its 4,753 U.S. stores at the beginning of October and also reopen some additional store entrances that had been closed temporarily to help control the flow of customer traffic.
New Hartford School District Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19
The New Hartford School District has confirmed an employee of the district has tested positive for COVID-19. Due to privacy laws, the district is not able to share the identity of the individual or share any details of the case.
Here‘s What ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Looks Like During the Pandemic
Some things have changed.
Beware: A Giant Head Is Watching You On an Upstate New York Road
See for yourself on a portion of The Taconic State Parkway, which is only a two-hour drive from Utica.
COVID Detected in Syracuse Dorm Wastewater, Students Quarantined
Some students at Syracuse University are quarantining after a routine wastewater test for COVID-19 came back positive.
Robert Pattinson Contracts Covid-19, Shutting Down ‘The Batman’
Production has halted again.
SUNY Oneonta Cancels Fall Semester And Sends Students Packing
SUNY Oneonta is sending all on-campus students home and as canceled the rest of the fall semester due to COVID-19.
Almost 300 Students Test Positive For COVID-19 At SUNY Oneonta
As of September 2, 2020, almost 300 students have tested positive for the coronavirus at SUNY Oneonta, and they're running out of room on campus for the mandatory 14-day isolation and quarantine period.
More Changes for High School Athletes as Winter Sports Delayed
High school students are readying for a whole new experience this school year, and now there are more changes to sports for New York's student-athletes, including the Utica-Rome area.