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43 busted in fake ID investigation in Cortland

City's police force continued effort to control underage drinking in Cortland


New York’s Congressional representatives respond to Netanyahu visit

Ithaca's representative in Congress says President Obama should welcome Netanyahu, dialogue on Iran issue

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New York lawmakers to push for “toxic toy” bill

Lawmakers are trying to eliminate use of certain chemicals in toys


Following altercation, deputies arrest man at Cortland bowling alley

Deputies say 36-year-old William Greenwood got into an altercation inside the Cortlanes Bowling Alley.


As Dryden police chief retires, future of village police department remains uncertain

The police chief in the Village of Dryden is retiring at a time when the future of their police department remains unclear.


NYSUT criticizes charter schools for inviting students to rally

NYSUT President Karen Magee says she's not sure what educational value students will get out of a political event.

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Ithaca College approves 2.85 percent tuition hike

For students who live on campus, tuition will be just over $55K.


Water main break closes Maple Avenue

Closed until further notice.


Ithaca solar farm project progresses

The array could be up and running early next year.


Street improvements ahead for Ithaca

The city is moving forward on a project residents have been asking about for a long time.


Cornell research finds major cost-savings in HIV prevention

Preventing just one case of HIV can save more than $225,000.


Gas leak responsible for Auburn explosion; repairs to wrap up Monday

Explosion blew manhole covers out of ground; no injuries reported


Cuomo administration to unveil $900M plan for state parks

Investment would come over next five years at state's 180 parks, 35 historic sites

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Cold temperature records officially broken for Ithaca, upstate cites

Average temperature in Ithaca in February was 10.2 degrees


State lawmakers approve delay in electronic prescriptions

Lawmakers say federal approvals still aren't in place for many doctors

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Police seek suspect in sexual assault near Cornell campus

Incident occurred around 12:30 a.m. Saturday


Cortland draws big crowd for annual Chill-A-Bration

City's popular yearly winter festival was held this past Saturday


Police investigate series of Southern Tier thefts

They say the men have stolen from at least three local towns.


Gas leak causes chaos in Auburn

Underground explosions sent manhole covers flying and filled buildings with gas.


New evidence in Charles Tan case

Defense lawyers say Tan's father may have been dead before alleged murder.

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Cornell police seek man who placed hidden camera in dormitory bathroom

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The camera was discovered back in May in the women's bathroom in Jameson Hall.

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Prosecutors: No charges for NASCAR driver Kurt Busch


Delaware prosecutors will not file criminal charges following allegations of domestic violence by his ex-girlfriend.

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2016 Rolex race to be first event at renovated Daytona


Daytona International Speedway will showcase its renovated motorsports stadium next January.

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Advocates want $350M state investment to combat heroin, substance abuse

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Groups say proposed spending is flat for addiction treatment providers

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Police: Man hit, killed by car after running from trooper across highway


Incident occurred around 5 p.m. Wednesday along Interstate 87 in Hudson Valley