Accident happened around 3:15 p.m. in Ashland in Chemung County; investigators say truck crossed road, hit guardrail
Part of Route 96 in Ithaca closed just before rush hour on Friday because of down powerlines.
Two separate incidents were reported where a man stood at the foot of a woman’s bed and fled when she woke up, saying “sorry.”
After increase in violent crimes on West Hill of Ithaca, city's mayor, police department hosted meeting Thursday with residents to talk solutions
The state will receive $32 million to help fund over 500 projects to improve safety on roads and highways.
The Lansing Star Online reports the new plan comes after a 2014 storm took out power and rendered emergency equipment useless.
Police say Ohio man threatened teen girls via Skype, other online media, if they didn't do what he demanded
Brian Eden says repeated cleanup efforts by the EPA and the City of Ithaca at Ithaca Falls aren't getting the job done.
Incidents happened early Thursday morning, and follow incident last month on Bryant Avenue; Ithaca, Cornell police urging people to lock doors, windows
Officials say the partnership opens up "a new front" in the fight to combat online sex trafficking.
Members of the Business Council of New York say they're against raising minimum wage to $15 an hour for many reasons.
Health officials say the dog bit a man on Sunday, and needs to be found and checked for rabies.
Congressman Tom Reed says he has a new plan for education to lower tuition costs using endowment money.
After eight days of deliberations, judge in Charles Tan murder case declared mistrial Thursday morning; Charles Tan will remain free on bail
Police say 26-year-old Matthew McCloskey of Cortlandville was charged in connection with September 15th bank robbery in Onondaga County
Business Council of New York State, in statement opposing minimum wage increase to $15, says private sector jobs would jump to $15.7 billion a year
Officials with the project say the engine on "Tommy" is a milestone in attempts to restore the plane to flying shape.
Bruce Kane, former resident of Ithaca, is accused of using more than $10 million in investments for personal reasons as part of scheme
Approval was needed once again because it was initially looked at by city planners two years ago.
Thomas Clayton is behind bars in Steuben County for violating an order of protection after he posted bail earlier this week.