It's been quite a year! Central New York has seen historic flooding and devastating fires. Businesses came and went. The largest water park opened. Hundreds of dogs were rescued after a shelter was shut down. And a farmer went viral for his 'Git Up.'
We've compiled the biggest stories of the year that you loved the most. Just click on the title to take another look.
Remember Captain Underpants. Michael Venettozzi pulled three drivers out of flood waters in his underwear.
Halloween brought massive flooding to CNY. It was so bad a camp was seen floating down West Canada Creek.
A dog rescue on Broad Street in Utica came under fire after video surfaced of more than 100 dogs living in inhumane conditions.
The largest indoor water park in New York opened with with waterslides, adventures and an indoor beach at the Kartrite Resort in the Catskills.
Photo Credit - The Kartrite Resort & Indoor Water Park 5
A central New York mother and son were diagnosed with cancer 9 months apart.
Photo provided by Amy Clark 6
One mother's tragedy became another mother's miracle, as a dying son gave the gift of life to a daughter who prayed for a miracle for more than a year.
Photo Credit - Amy M. Stinebrickner Grenier/Tara Shanahan 7
After 30 years in business the Conte family had enough. The doors to Hippo's Billiards on Commercial Drive in Yorkville didn't re-open after the Halloween flood.
Photo Credit - Erin Conte Morris 8
Ladies, if you're looking for a farmer with dance moves, there's one in central New York. His 'Git Up' went viral.
Photo Credit - Jonathan Furner 9
The iconic Buffalo Head Restaurant finally re-opened in Forestport in time for the holidays.
Peterson's Pet Shop , a family run business in Rome for decades, went up in flames, killing several animals inside.
Photo Credit - Anthony Grago 11
Most Central New York drivers have experienced the close encounter of the deer kind. But few have had one jump THROUGH their car.
Roger Johnston/Captured Momentz Photography