Pictured is Kyle Hewitt, who was arrested by State Police for allegedly pouring bleach into the gas tank of what he thought was the vehicle driven by someone he was engaged in a dispute with. The vehicle actually belonged to someone who was not involved in the episode.

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Still the mightiest animated feature of them all and the undisputed "king" of the box office, Walt Disney Pictures' "The Lion King" roars to life in IMAX large format at the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology Bristol Omni Theater in Syracuse.

BENTLEY, Doris L., 98, formerly of Academy Street, Skaneateles, died Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2002, at Iroquois Nursing Home, Jamesville. Services 11 a.m. Saturday, at the Robert D. Gray Funeral Home, 49 Jordan St., Skaneateles. Contributions may be made to the First Presbyterian Church, East Gen…

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Sacred Heart CYO players Anthony Siracusa, (30), and Amanda Daum, (24,) compete with Auburn CCYO players Brandan Pepin, (8), and Corey Allen, (21) for the rebound in their games at the CYO tournament on Friday night. Although the Auburn CCYO team is not part of the same league, they were inv…

AURORA - Martha E. Hopkins, 89, of Dublin Hill Road, Aurora, died Thursday, Dec. 5, 2002, at the Mercy Health & Rehabilitation Center, following a long illness.

While there's no surprise about who's playing for the national title in the Fiesta Bowl, the Orange Bowl has a matchup that looks more suited for Pasadena than Miami.

Cayuga County would benefit from having one of its own represent it in Congress. A member from this county could bring to Washington the concerns of a region melding Finger Lakes charm with agricultural backbone. The representative could argue for this county on matters of land-use, water qu…

CONCORD, N.C. - Jamie McMurray was so nervous about racing a Winston Cup car Sunday at Lowe's Motor Speedway that he had trouble sleeping for a few nights.

Trent Lott might be thinking, "open mouth, insert foot." He should have scrutinized the words leaving his mouth. He's been in the public eye long enough to realize a controversial statement will probably be used against you again and again by the press.

NEW YORK (AP) - Charles Mount, who designed nearly 300 restaurants, including the recently opened behemoth McDonald's near Times Square in Manhattan, died Friday at his weekend home in Mattituck, N.Y. He was 60.

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