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56 mins ago

Over $20K raised for victim of Tioga County attack

Victim of attack last Sunday in Tioga County is now in stable condition, but remains in ICU

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1 hour ago

Ithaca lawmakers say they’ll wait on passing rules for Uber drivers

City leaders say they'll wait for state regulations on ride-sharing services like Uber rather than pass local ones.


1 hour ago

Lansing puts new programs in place to save money

The Lansing Star Online reports reserve money will be split up between four major areas of funding in case of emergencies.

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1 hour ago

Cornell holds celebration, open house for Klarman Hall

Total cost to construct Klarman Hall came in around $61 million

State Police

4 hours ago

Police: Cortland man assaulted woman, drove away from scene drunk

Benjamin Westmoreland, 44, faces felony DWI charge, along with assault, reckless endangerment charges

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4 hours ago

State, federal money to help more than 50 New York transit agencies

Nearly $60 million headed to more than 50 transit agencies around New York for upgrades, purchase of new buses

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4 hours ago

TC3 students earn diplomas at Thursday commencement

689 graduates made up TC3's Class of 2016


5 hours ago

New York authorities raid office of lobbyist tied to Andrew Cuomo, SUNY

Raid happened Thursday at office on SUNY Polytechnic campus used by Todd Howe, who is also target of federal investigation

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21 hours ago

State lawmakers look to broaden scope of organ donation

Lawmakers say organ donation in New York currently has one of the lowest participation rates in the country.

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23 hours ago

Cornell frat loses recognition after violating suspension

Officials say the Psi Upsilon fraternity violated its suspension by having a party on Slope Day, among other judicial problems.


23 hours ago

INHS has found contractor for Hancock Street project

INHS hopes that construction can start in about a month.


24 hours ago

Former Ithaca resident to serve 15 years for South Carolina shooting

Julius Rooks, 29, was found guilty in connection with 2009 shooting of convenience store clerk in South Carolina

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1 day ago

Full-time contingent faculty vote to form union at Ithaca College

Faculty members say they're looking for similar things to their part-time colleagues, including job security and more say in campus governance.


1 day ago

New York reports dip in serious crimes in 2015

Crimes characterized as "serious" include murders, aggravated assaults, sexual assaults, robberies

State Police

1 day ago

Stepped-up police enforcement coming Memorial Day weekend

More than 12,000 traffic tickets written during Memorial Day Weekend in 2015


2 days ago

2 charged in Schuyler County meth bust

Kevin Tibbits, 37, and Jeffery Dennis, 39, were arrested Wednesday along Route 15 in town of Catharine


2 days ago

Cuomo calls for study of privatizing State Fairgrounds

State is spending $50 million on transformation of New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse area; governor has called for study to examine partial, full privatization

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2 days ago

Aide to Sen. Chuck Schumer arrested following traffic stop

Police say Cody Peluso, Hudson Valley regional director for Schumer, was arrested for possession of prescription pills, steroids


2 days ago

State launches ad campaign to warn residents about Zika virus

The ad campaign is part of an effort to fight Zika and its causes in the state.

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2 days ago

SUNY Chancellor visits Cortland to discuss Teach NY

Top New York education officials will be traveling across the state to discuss Teach NY.

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