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Thursday, October 24, 201310/24/2013

New law requires tests for Hepatitis C

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Most vulnerable groups must now be offered tests for disease responsible for 15,000 deaths each year

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Wednesday, October 23, 201310/23/2013

New Roots Charter School has fans and foes

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A public hearing on the fate of the New Roots Charter School drew dozens of people to Ithaca High School Wednesday.

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Wednesday, October 23, 201310/23/2013

UPDATE: Police identify human remains found in Taughannock Falls State Park

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Remains were found Wednesday in a wooded area of the park.

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Wednesday, October 23, 201310/23/2013

UPDATE: Man in fair condition after bike accident in Ithaca

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Accident happened on Seneca Street around 3 p.m. Wednesday

Wednesday, October 23, 201310/23/2013

Report finds 25 percent of property value in New York is tax exempt

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A report from the state comptroller’s office finds that more than 25 percent of real property value in the state…

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Wednesday, October 23, 201310/23/2013

Marist Poll: Parents worry of youth football head injuries

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Most parents are aware of the connection between football concussions and long-term brain injury, but now a new Marist Poll shows a third are less likely to let their kids play because of it.

Wednesday, October 23, 201310/23/2013

NY storm-battered communities compete for bonuses

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More than 100 New York communities slammed by severe storms and massive flooding in the last two years are all seeking shares of $750 million in federal rebuilding aid and also competing for $3 million bonus grants.

Wednesday, October 23, 201310/23/2013

UPDATE: 15-year-old McGraw girl reported missing

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Authorities issued alert Wednesday for girl who went missing

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Wednesday, October 23, 201310/23/2013

Cornell: Man posed as maintenance technician entered student apartment

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Cornell University officials are warning students about a man who tried to enter a house by posing as a maintenance technician, claiming the landlord had sent him to inspect the furnace.

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Wednesday, October 23, 201310/23/2013

NY says 174k applied in healthcare exchange

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New York’s health exchange has already received 174,000 completed applications for new insurance coverage starting next year, accounting for a large share of initial signups nationally under the Affordable Care Act.

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NY Casino board meets as decision nears

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A decision on where to build up to four casinos in upstate New York could come any day.

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Cuomo suspends NY drug rules for the snowbound

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Governor Cuomo has issued an emergency order intended to help snowbound residents of western New York keep getting prescription medications.

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NY Thruway set to reopen with restrictions

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the 132-mile section of the Thruway closed since Tuesday because of a massive lake-effect snow storm in western New York will reopen later Friday with restrictions.

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Cayuga County teen enters guilty plea in stepfather’s death

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Logan Jones could spend more than 15 years in prison

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Reed: President Obama turned his back on American citizens

Congressman Tom Reed touring the CHESS Lab at Cornell University in April 2014

Reed said President placed politics over interest of fellow citizens