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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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Skorton addresses Cornell’s ties to Qatar, concerns over country’s government

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Critics have called for Cornell to revisit commitment in Qatar, due to concerns over that government's link to militia, extremist groups

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Dryden police options to be detailed in Monday meeting

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Village deciding on whether to reduce service, cut department

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State: New Yorkers being targeted by tax scams

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Scammers claim to work for attorney, tell victim they owe outstanding state tax debt

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SUNY schools implement travel ban, step up response to Ebola threat

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SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher sent letter to campus leaders on Friday

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Cornell issues travel restrictions in response to Ebola

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University issued travel restrictions to west Africa, "strongly discouraged" hosting anyone from countries under travel warnings from CDC