Cayuga Heights man charged with murder

Police say a Cayuga Heights man has been arrested on a charge of second-degree murder following a domestic incident on Thanksgiving Day.


Snow has little impact on holiday travel

Despite a snowstorm that hit on one of the busiest travel days of the year, highways and airports across New York have seen few big problems.


State Police: Beefed up patrols to continue through weekend

Just because Thanksgiving is over doesn't mean police in New York state are ending their stepped-up holiday enforcement.

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Yet again, power plant in Lansing gets extension from New York

Extension means decision on plant likely won't come until 2015


Black Friday protest planned at Ithaca Wal-Mart

Groups pushing for increased minimum wage, support for workers at Wal-Mart, other retail stores


Five arrested on drug trafficking charges

Authorities seized 108 bags of heroin, 2.4 grams of crack cocaine.


Local retailers gearing up for Black Friday

Arguably the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday is in the sights of retailers.


Cortland YMCA preps for annual Turkey Trot

The Cortland YMCA will hold its annual Turkey Trot, the last and largest of the 6 races in the Borg Warner/Cortland YMCA Race Series on Thanksgiving Day.


Travel restrictions in place in parts of New York; 2-4 inches still expected in Ithaca

State shutting down heavily-traveled highway in Hudson Valley, Catskills; delays expected on roads, at airports

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Myrick: Protester arrests would breed counterproductive reaction

Ithaca's Mayor reacted to Ferguson protests that spilled into city streets Tuesday night

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Poll: New Yorkers spending the same for holidays, still giving to charity

Spending to remain consistent among holiday shoppers in New York; three-fourths of New Yorkers plan to give to charity


Vigil turns into march, protest, as more than 100 block Ithaca streets

Planned vigil turned into march; police closed down multiple streets throughout Ithaca

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Faith leaders decry legislative pay hike

Nuns and other faith leaders are pushing back on efforts by New York state lawmakers to raise their own salaries.


Tompkins County unemployment dips below 4%

The Ithaca-area continues to have the lowest unemployment rate in all of New York State, now dipping below 4%.


Funeral services set for Army veteran killed in western New York snowstorm

Robert Cedar, 30, of Pennsylvania was killed while trying to help clear snow away from father's truck


Southern Tier man pleads guilty in fatal wrong-way crash

Prosecutors say man was drunk when he drove wrong way on Rochester highway

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Three contractors injured in explosion on SUNY Cortland campus

Explosion happened after 7 a.m. at construction site of Student Life Center


Vigil planned in Ithaca in response to Ferguson grand jury decision

Vigil planned for 5 p.m. in downtown Ithaca


UPDATE: Winter storm to bring 2 – 4 inches of snow to Ithaca area

A Nor'easter will develop Wednesday along the East Coast.


NY casino decision expected mid-December

A decision on where up to four casinos will be located in upstate New York is expected to be announced December 17th.

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