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Police: Oneida County teen who killed his dad was arrested in West Carthage
Posted by news on 7/1/2016 4:52:00 AM.
An Oneida County teenager considered to be a person of interest in a "suspicious death" was pulled over in Jefferson County on Wednesday night.

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Oneida County, Jefferson County, West Carthage, Austin Parker, murder

North Country town takes village to court over zoning-law battle
Posted by news on 7/1/2016 4:49:00 AM.
A battle over zoning laws in the village of Evans Mills went to the state Supreme Court yesterday.

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Town of LeRay, village of Evans Mills, zoning laws, NY

Starting next week the Mill Street bridge will be closed, again
Posted by news on 7/1/2016 4:48:00 AM.
The Factory Street reconstruction project is about to create more issues for motorists looking to get around the city of Watertown. Starting Wednesday, the Mill Street bridge will be closed for possibly the next two months.

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Mill Street bridge, Factory Street, Watertown, NY, reconstruction project

Busy Thursday morning for fire crews in the city of Watertown
Posted by news on 7/1/2016 4:47:00 AM.
It was a pretty busy Thursday morning for fire crews in the city of Watertown.

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Watertown Fire Department, Watertown, NY

New York City's confirmed Zika cases linked mostly to Dominican Republic
Posted by news on 7/1/2016 4:46:00 AM.

More than half of New York City's Zika cases are being linked to travel to the Dominican Republic. City Health Commissioner Mary Bassett says of the 233 people who've tested positive, 140 had recently traveled to the Caribbean nation.


Twenty cases are linked to travel to Puerto Rico and 14 cases to Guyana.


Dr. Bassett says the findings should be used to raise awareness and not to stigmatize a particular group.


The Zika virus has been linked to severe birth defects, including babies born with neurological damage and microcephaly, or abnormally small heads.

New York City, Zika, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Guyana

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