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Chiefs rally to edge Iron Pigs in season opener
Plus, former Sex Pistols manager dies at 64 and Butler extends head coach Brad Stevens's contract.
U.S. transportation secretary and Gov. Paterson announce crackdown of cell phone use while driving
Plus Tiger Woods tees off at the Masters and Obama signs a treaty with Russia.
Protestors gather in Syracuse to oppose education cuts
Plus, West Virginia rescue workers delayed by methane and the Oprah Winfrey Show gets a new network.
Teachers, parents and students rally outside the state office building
Plus, Arinze Onuaku undergoes surgery today and the Qatari diplomat was released.
First-year law student dies
An email message from Chancellor Cantor informed the campus community Thursday about the death of first-year law student James "Jamie" H. Wood
Turn the radio on
What radio station Syracuse students should listen to.
Parachute deployed to pick up dragging audience
Review: Pop act Parachute tries to engage a smaller crowd Wednesday night at the Schine Underground.
Village of Tully to cut taxes by 6 percent
Plus, United and US Airways are discussing a possible merger and rescuers at the Upper Big Branch South Mine in West Virginia may have to hold out a little longer.
Former SU basketball player Dave Bing speaks at Syracuse
Plus, the iPad has internet problems and tennis great Martina Navratilova has cancer.
30 rescuers ready in West Virginia mine search
Plus, more job cuts for NY schools, and Jim Boeheim named coach of the year.
Plus, Lady Gaga heroine makes an apperance in Syracuse and the Gosselin's go at it again.
Onondaga County does its job responding to the 2010 Census
Plus, a Tennis legend is diagnosed with breast cancer and the West Virginia mining disaster continues to worsen.
Lawmakers approve funding plan for $12.4 million sports arena at Onondaga Community College
Plus, Deaths at West Virginia Mine Raise Issues About Safety and Moore Leads Connecticut to Women’s Title
Indulgence is everything
Hunting for the best chocolatier at London's annual Chocolate Festival
Edelman on equal education
Children's advocate Marian Wright Edelman stresses the importance of equal access to education for underprivileged youth.
Still Time to Join Relay for Life
With four days left there is still time to participate in Relay for Life
Syracuse won't get FiOS as Verizon stops expansion
Plus, MSNBC suspends an anchor after he works for CNN and Yankees president tells Brewers owner to stop whining.
Nations to participate in nuclear security summit
Plus, a burglar targets downtown Syracuse and Jon Gosselin plans to fight for custody.
U.S. Census Bureau sends out extra census forms
Plus, a Syracuse man is going to jail for a long time and Donovan McNabb's first day as a Redskin.
Unzipping the local scene
Zipped magazine partners with local shops for their new issue.
Lions, Tigers and Circuses--Oh My!
Vincent Von Duke is a sixth-generation animal trainer, who performed at the New York State Fairgrounds with the Tigris Shrine Circus.
Closed churches in Syracuse can't escape taxes
Plus, the search for miners in West Virginia could take days and fans give Tiger Woods support at practice sessions for the Masters.
Duke takes Men's Basketball Championship
Plus, rescuers search for miners in West Virginia and 72 police officers are killed in India.
Government plans to fine Toyota $16.4 million
Plus, Syracuse needs volunteers and Butler announced Matt Howard is playing in NCAA Championship game.
Syracuse's new permit office makes it easier for developers
Plus, Erykah Badu explains her nude scene, and Supreme Court Justice John Stevens decides whether or not he may retire.
Gambling on a good time
The video-chat Web site Chatroulette connects people around the world, 'looking for a random stranger...'
Sports marketing executive visits
Syracuse University Alum and founder and chairman of Steiner Sports Marketing to speak at SU on Tuesday.
SU alum McNabb traded to Redskins
Plus, attack on U.S. consulate in Pakistan, and Buffalo developer to run for Governor.
Syracuse Fashion Month kicks off!
Syracuse Fashion Month kicks off with Lights, Camera, Fashion on April 6th.
Snapshots of the Syracuse art scene
Explore the creative efforts aimed at keeping the local arts community thriving.
An evening with Annie Leibovitz
Respected photographer speaks at Hendricks Chapel April 29
A beautiful day for an 800th win
Stephen Keogh reaches his 100th career point and helps lead his team to a 15-8 victory against the Albany Great Danes.
A cultural collaboration
The Multicultural Fair showcases Syracuse University's diverse student groups through music, food and presentations.
A musical appeal
Orange Appeal's passion for music and strong friendships add to their performance at their April Fools' Invitational.
New York State gives OK to build natural gas pipeline
Plus, new fuel economy standards are set for vehicles and the New York Jets' quarterback says he will be ready by training camp.
International Relations Student Association hosts Multicultural Fair at Maxwell
Maxwell hosts multicultural fair.
On sale near you
Tickets are on sale now at Schine Box Office for a number of upcoming events.
Suspected pirates captured after attacking U.S. Navy
Plus, Onondaga Lake Skatepark launches season today and What they're saying about Syracuse recruit Fab Melo in the McDonald's All-American game
We have a Snack-E-Tology champ
Snack-E-Tology 2010 needs a re-count to determine if Big Boeheim creator Pat Manley or pop-culture whiz Alex Fish would be champ.
The 1st day of April, and a time to fool your friends.
Favorite Syracuse diner closes
Doc's Little Gem Diner on the Westside shuts down due to financial troubles.
Taiwan for a day
The Schine Underground was transformed into a Taiwanese paradise.
Georgia teacher found not guilty in classroom dancing incident
Plus, Syracuse recruit plays in McDonald's High School All America Basketball Game and a former police officer, who was naked in Glens Falls peacefully ends a standoff with police.
Spreading service at the Jelly Jam
The Protestant Campus Ministry group held its second Jelly Jam event at Hendricks Chapel, making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the Syracuse Rescue Mission.
Jelly Jam feeds homeless
SU students made almost 1,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to feed homeless
Four people killed in D.C. shooting
Plus, a Syracuse diner closes its doors for good tonight and a NFL linebacker claims arresting officer hit him.
Sherrill police chief put on leave of absence
Plus, President Obama is set to unveil offshore drilling plans and a college might be interested in hiring SU men's basketball assistant coach, Mike Hopkins.
A Common greatness
Common chats and raps about his philosophy and personal life at a crowded Hendrick's Chapel.
Common spreads a little greatness
Common aims to inspire a crowd of more than 450 people Tuesday night in Hendricks Chapel.
Miike Snow shines through the rain
Swedish electronic pop group moves SU students to dancing despite dreary March drizzle.
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