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Jessica Cain Leaving CNY Central

SYRACUSE -- September started with some notable "comings and goings" in local TV news, and the month appears to be ending with more changes.  After two and a half years with CNY Central, multimedia journalist and anchor Jessica Cain says she's leaving her post and heading to the midwest.

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NBC 3 to Expand AM News, Cancel Noon News

SYRACUSE -- Starting Monday, viewers will be able to catch live, local television newscasts as early as 4am. CNY Central announced today that NBC 3 (WSTM) will expand its Today in Central New York by a full hour, starting at 4:00am. But there's a flip-side to the expansion: the station will no longer offer the […]

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Keith Kobland Leaves NewsChannel 9

SYRACUSE -- After 20 years at WTVH and more than three years at NewsChannel 9 (WSYR-TV), Keith Kobland is making the move to a new job outside of broadcasting. Today was Kobland's final day with the ABC affiliate.

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Deadline Nears for Bill Leaf Memorial Kickball Tourney

SYRACUSE -- If you've been considering forming or joining a team for the 7th Annial Bill Leaf Memorial Kickball Tournament, it's time to stop procrastinating and get going.  The tournament is set for September 22, but the registration deadline -- September 12 -- is just a week away.

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Jackie Robinson Honored on Final Day at WSTM

Updated 10:20pm with video -- SYRACUSE -- Looking at the current slate of television news reporters and anchors in Syracuse, we can think of only a couple of people who can say they've been at the same station for 34 years.  And tonight, that very select class is smaller by one, as Jackie Robinson retired […]

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Copper Thieves Hit Old Channel 5 Building

SYRACUSE -- The former WTVH building on James Street has been on the market for nearly three and a half years.  A giant, yellow "For Sale" sign is meant to attract would-be buyers, but instead, police say it recently attracted some copper pipe thieves.

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Bills Preseason to Begin with TV Blackout

SYRACUSE and UTICA-ROME -- When the Buffalo Bills begin their pre-season schedule at home tomorrow, Central New York fans who want to follow it live will have only one option: radio. Syracuse CBS affiliate WTVH was going to air the game live, but it's been blacked-out.

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No NFL Blackout Rule Changes for CNY

SYRACUSE -- For the first time in almost 40 years, the National Football League is relaxing its TV blackout policy. But Buffalo Bills fans in Syracuse and Utica won't notice anything different: the Bills announced today that they won't be exercising a new option to reduce the team's "blackout threshold."

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"Wheel" and "Jeopardy!" Move to Fox 68 in September

SYRACUSE -- If you're among the few holdouts that still think of Fox as the "fourth network" in television, this might turn your head: after many years on CBS5 (WTVH), highly-rated syndicated game shows Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! are moving to Fox 68 (WSYT) this fall.

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New Reporters at Channels 3, 5, 6 and 9

SYRACUSE -- You may have noticed some new faces on local television newscasts... and a familiar face on a different channel. The Syracuse Press Club reports that CNY Central (WSTM/WTVH/WSTQ-LP) has hired two reporters to replace Chris McGrath and Caitlin Nuclo.

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