Good Morning…WACK Meteorologist John Depasquayle says a chance of showers this morning. High in the upper 70′s ‘s.
A controlled fire burn by a farmer went awry to dispose of some hay bales got out of hand yesterday afternoon on Smith road in Hopewell. The Hopewell Fire department with assistance from the Shortsville, Seneca castle and crystal beach fire departments responded after the wind shifted and moved towards some nearby occupied buildings on County Road 48 and County Road 46. The fire burned for several hours before being extinguished. No one was hurt.
Karl Karlsen the man accused of killing his son in Seneca County is facing four new charges. Karlsen already charged with murder and insurance fraud for allegedly killing his son and making it look like an accident in 2008. Now Karlsen is charged with making a false sworn statement, perjury, unlawfully concealing a will and offering a false instrument for filing.
An accident last night sent a pregnant woman to the hospital. It happened about 7:00 last night when a car driven by 20 year old Vicky Bennet of Canandaigua left the road while traveling on Schutt and collided with a telephone. Police say Bennet fell asleep behind the wheel.
A car fire yesterday afternoon. several fire companies responded about 4:30 PM to Barnard Road in Richmond. When they arrived they found a Ford F-150 on fire and flames were spreading to a nearby mobile home. Firefighters were able to save the mobile home. the truck a total loss. The cause of the fire under investigation.
Criminal Possession of marijuana charges facing a Farmington man. Ontario County Sheriff’s say 17 year old Jeremy Mayzak of Payne Road was found to have more than eight ounces of marijuana at his residence. He was remanded to the Ontario County jail.
The Webster police officer killed in the line of duty last December in the Christmas Eve ambush is being recognized in our nation’s capitol as part of National Police Week. Lt. Michael Chiapperini will have his name engraved along with other fallen officers on the granite walls of a national memorial to police killed in the line of duty.
If your a soccer fan you may want to tune into ESPNU tonight as Pittsford Native and WNY flash forward Abby Wambach will be featured in a new show called “Storied”. The show debuts tonight at 8:00 PM.
And Dick you think our weather is goofy at times. how about this. In Omaha Nebraska they had a record low temperature of 32 degrees and yesterday they had a record high of 100 degrees.
The largest temperature change on record within a 24 hour period occurred in Loma, Montana in 1972 when the temperature changed from -54 to 49 °F.
And feeling lucky? The Powerball jackpot is up 350 million dollars for tonight. just 5 million short of the second highest jackpot ever. The largest jackpot ever was won last November.