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Indian Government reopens schools in Kashmir
In an attempt to restore normalcy in the region, schools have been reopened.
LeBron James motivated, ready for season
Doubters fuel James as he begins his first preseason with the Miami Heat.
Man charged with fourth DWI
Future convictions could lead to life sentence for Pennellville man.
Melo Arrives at Team Media Day, Still a Nugget
The former Syracuse superstar meets the press to kick off training camp amid trade rumors.
Middle East peace talks sent into frenzy
Israel's weekend decision to end construction freeze sparks international chaos to save peace discussions.
ABC reporter's homecoming gives Syracuse the limelight
David Muir, Central New York native of "World News Tonight," takes a look at economy's affect on hometown.
United States and NATO helicopters involved in exchanges of fire with insurgents near Pakistan
Pakistan complains about use of force in its territory; United States claims insurgents opened fire then crossed the Pakistani border
Delone Carter named Big East Offensive player of the week
A redshirt senior rushed for a personal record 172 yards and four touchdowns against Central New York rival Colgate.
Rick Lazio withdraws from New York’s race for Governor
Lazio’s decision to give up the Republican ballot makes it likely that Tea Party candidate Carl Paladino will gain the Conservative Party’s support.
Jim Furyk Wins the FedEx Cup in Spectacular Fashion
Furyk's save from the sand nets him 10 million dollars.
Increase Seen in Teens Overdosing on Prescription Drugs in Onondaga County
The number of calls seeking assistance for teens who have overdosed on prescription drugs has already surpassed last year's total.
Southwest Airlines Purchases Airtran Airways in Effort to Continue Expanding
Southwest Airlines has agreed to buy Airtran Airways in a transaction valued at 1.4 billion.
Branford Marsalis jazzes up parents weekend
Review: Marsalis' classic quartet played jazz, swing and bebop to a full house on Sunday.
Washed up, but not washed out
Review: Several years after their heyday, Rogue Wave attempt relevancy at the Westcott.
"No Child..." teaches inspired lessons at Syracuse Stage
Review: Reenah L. Golden smoothly transitions between 16 characters in this one-woman play about the deficiencies in American education.
Brushing away the Raiders
SU running back Delone Carter runs for four touchdowns as the Orange crush Colgate 42-7.
Preview: Three boys named Goo to play the OnCenter this Tuesday
Upstate favorites the Goo Goo Dolls finally bring their long-anticipated ninth album to Syracuse
Review: Broken Social Scene brings Ithaca to its feet
Canadian indie rock collective put on a singularly emotional, two-hour show.
Art mirrors life in 'No Child...'
Actress Reenah L. Golden uses her experience as a teaching artist to help her perform 16 roles in "No Child..." -- Syracuse Stage's 38th season opener.
Preview: Grammy-winner Branford Marsalis to jazz up SU's family weekend
Marsalis brings his brand of Coltrane-influenced jazz to the Schine Student Center on Sunday.
Brushing with Colgate
SU takes to the field for its second straight home game Saturday against Colgate.
Review: Stars come out over Rochester
The Canadian indie rock giants kicked off their fall tour with a powerful live show.
Preview: Come for Rogue Wave, stay for folk rock
Midlake and Peter Wolf Crier are well worth a listen, even if Rogue Wave have passed their peak.
Raising the roof at Shack-A-Thon
Habitat for Humanity hosted the annual event to raise awareness for affordable housing in Syracuse and around the country.
Steve Aoki set to kick off Bandersnatch
The producer and celebrity DJ will bring his hip-grinding beats to Schine on October 11.
Great Big Sea draw a wave of diehards
The folk-rock stand-bys ranted and roared to an adoring crowd at yesterday's Westcott Theater performance.
SU to open abroad center in Istanbul, Turkey
This spring, the new program will bring students to Turkey's largest city.
Environmentalist Majora Carter urges local action
The green activist recounts a career of making change in her South Bronx neighborhood.
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus bring old hits, headaches to Syracuse
Review: One-time stars rocked an uncomfortably screamo sound at their Lost Horizon show.
The Rev. Rick Hill, a father to many
The chaplain of SU's Historically Black Church ministry sees himself as a “stand-in parent" to students.
University Union Performing Arts to host creator of PostSecret
Frank Warren will talk about the popular postcard website Oct. 20 at Goldstein Auditorium.
Westcott's diversity shines at cultural fair
The 19th annual Syracuse festival draws 8,000 for artists, performances and businesses.
The man behind the music
Lost Horizon general manager and local scene-booster Scott Dixon now has 2,000 bookings to his name.
Home sweet Dome
QB Ryan Nassib's record-setting TD performance leads the home-opening win over Maine.
PARK(ing) Day stops on Marshall Street
SUNY-ESF landscape architecture students join more than 20 other Syracuse residents in the PARK(ing) Day initiative.
Orange looking to tame Black Bears
Syracuse hosts Maine in its home opener Saturday.
Matt & Kim came to dance
Review: The iconic indie pop duo inspired singing, dancing and crowd adoration at their second Syracuse show.
What the Gulf oil spill means for you
University Lectures will host a panel discussion on Oct. 26, to explore the long-term impacts of the BP disaster.
Fiasco for Lupe as Jam-packed crowd thins
Review: Super Mash Bros. and Passion Pit stole the show from two much more deserving acts.
Success in the making
After seven years and several near misses, Juice Jam sells out once again.
Juice Jam: Your views and reviews
You tweeted, we listened: a collection of student videos, photos and opinions. What did you think of the festival?
10 minutes with the next big thing
The NewsHouse talks Pokémon and Passion Pit with eclectic Syracuse University hip-hop duo Mouth's Cradle.
Future NewsHouse contributors: Come to our Open House!
Anyone interested in contributing to this website should join us Tuesday, Sept. 14 at 6:30 p.m. in the Collaborative Media Room.
SU tried to start 2-0 for the first time in 11 seasons, but Washington had different plans beating the Orange in Seattle.
Groups commemorate 9/11 in statuesque silence
The Syracuse City Fire Department and the City Meditation Crew remember Sept. 11, 2001, with separate acts of live art, silence and a peaceful reading of the Quran.
Otto-Tune Podcast: Juice Jam 2010
Otto-Tune previews the annual back-to-school concert and names 10 tracks you must hear before you go.
Hanging with the Huskies
SU puts its 1-0 record on the line as it travels Saturday to face Washington.
Zipping up Akron
Behind a strong defensive performance and a balanced offense, SU beat Akron 29-3 Saturday in Ohio.
Pianist's last-minute change of tune causes a stir
Review: Valentina Lisitsa spontaneously abandoned her planned piece for the Skaneateles Festival due to an unfit piano.
Setting the tone: Orange looking for a fast start in Ohio
SU opens the season with a trip to Ohio to face Akron Saturday.
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