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4 weeks ago

Health Department reports below-average start to cold, flu season

Health officials say most reports of cold, flu this winter have been anecdotal so far.


4 weeks ago

Cuomo promotes minorities, women as business owners

Cuomo's latest moves are an extension of an existing program that would encourage local governments to support minority or women-run business ventures.


4 weeks ago

More winter weather heading to upstate area

Weather is expected to worsen during the day and evening Tuesday as snow moves back into the area.


4 weeks ago

Fantasy sports battle continues in New York amid appeals process

Fantasy sports sites DraftKings and FanDuel will be allowed to continue operating, for now, under a recent court ruling.


4 weeks ago

Crown manufacturing center brings boost to Tioga County

The new manufacturing facility could open as soon as next year, and would bring over 160 new jobs to the county.


4 weeks ago

SUNY leaders consider impact of $15 minimum wage

Officials with a local SUNY school say the minimum wage hike would affect mostly student workers, but other effects are unclear.


4 weeks ago

TECH MINUTE: Local money system looks to grow in Ithaca

Ithacash is an alternative form of money that can only be spent locally, but is meant to help the economy of the entire community.


4 weeks ago

Cargill mine remains closed in Lansing

Salt is being loaded onto trucks from surface stockpiles, but mine remains closed following last week's rescue of 17 miners


4 weeks ago

Snowy morning leads to traffic mess in Ithaca

Ithaca Police advise against any unnecessary travel, say multiple accidents occurred due to icy road conditions


4 weeks ago

Medical pot dispensaries open throughout New York State

NEW YORK — Eight medical marijuana dispensaries across New York State have officially opened, but it still isn’t clear how…


4 weeks ago

Thousands without power after high winds Sunday night

Wind advisories in place across region; more than 19,000 power outages reported by NYSEG across region

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4 weeks ago

Police issue warning after robbery of Ithaca delivery driver

Police say suspect stole food from delivery driver Saturday night on Cleveland Avenue in Ithaca


4 weeks ago

Icy roads, colder temperatures coming in Finger Lakes, Southern Tier

After mild temperatures through the day Sunday, conditions could get slippery on area roads due to rapidly-declining temperatures


1 month ago

Cuomo announces $200M competition for upstate airports

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday that 74 upstate airports will compete for 5, $40 million grants to improve safety, operations

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1 month ago

Police look for 2 men after shots fired on Buffalo St. in Ithaca

Police responded to reports of gunshot near the corner of West Buffalo, North Albany streets in Ithaca; police looking for two people involved

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1 month ago

Bad news? You didn’t win. Good news? Nobody else did.

Powerball officials expect jackpot to soar to record $1.3 billion for next Wednesday's drawing

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NFL bars violent offenders from rookie scouting combine


The National Football League has decided individuals who have convictions for domestic violence, sexual assault or weapon offenses will no longer be allowed to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine.

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Groton landlord takes village to court over nuisance law


Since this past summer, village residents have been raising concerns about drug problems and property violations.

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IC trustees outline search for new college president

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The trustees say they'll be getting input from all levels of the campus community as President Tom Rochon prepares to retire.

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TECH MINUTE: Ithaca student robotics team gives inside look at process


Ithaca's own Code Red Robotics team is gearing up for competition and opened their doors to the public this weekend.