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Cortland Cuba

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Cuban officials willing to work with next U.S. president on relations

Cuban officials said at a Cortland conference last week they would work with whomever the next U.S. president is on improving relations.

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Police investigate assault on Cornell campus

Incident took place around 2:20 a.m. Sunday on College Avenue near Myron Taylor Hall

Photo Credit Sara McCloskey

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Ithaca Police find meth operation on West Buffalo Street

Possible meth operation was reported around 12:30 a.m. Sunday in shed in 700 block of West Buffalo Street


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New York issues guidelines for avoiding conflicts with coyotes

DEC recommends keeping pet food inside, making garbage inaccessible; pet owners are also advised to not allow pets to run free

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Uber, ethics on docket for New York legislature in return to Albany

State lawmakers will tackle issue of Uber expanding upstate, and will discuss further ethics reform among legislators

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New York’s Attorney General given power to probe officer’s fatal shooting

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will look into whether laws were violated during investigation of shooting outside Albany

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Local activists brave the rain to march against sexual violence

This annual event has been held for more than thirty years.

Andrew Cuomo announces minimum wage will be raised to 11.50 an hour at the 2015 Opportunity Agenda at The Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial Educational Center in Harlem

Featuring: Andrew Couomo
Where: New York City, New York, United States
When: 23 Feb 2015
Credit: Winston Burris/WENN.com

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Prosecutors eye Cuomo’s upstate economic development program

Former criminal prosecutor will now review development program known as "Buffalo Billion"

Photo by Dean O'Gorman

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Misplaced tranquilizer dart killed Cortland bear, DEC says

DEC officials in Cortland say the tranquilizer dart hit the bear's vein or artery and caused respiratory failure.

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Cortland woman charged with stealing RV

The RV was stolen in November of last year, but found in Tompkins County.

Streets Alive Again AGAIN

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Streets Alive Ithaca hits the streets this weekend

Streets Alive has held several events in the past, and will likely hold another event later this year.

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UPDATE: Woman turns herself in after central New York AMBER Alert

Alicia Seelbach, 27, turned herself in to Utica Police early Friday


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Cornell prison education program nationally recognized

Rob Scott, head of Cornell's prison education program, was recognized at the White House this week as a "Champion of Change".

Photo by Robert Barker/University Photography

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Rawlings: “I am a pinch hitter” as Cornell’s interim president

In wide-ranging interview, interim Cornell President Hunter Rawlings III discussed need for stability following Elizabeth Garrett's death in March


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Students on Ithaca’s South Hill get “good neighbor” reminders

Law enforcement partners gathered Thursday to walk through South Hill neighborhoods, issue reminders to students


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Safe drop-off event for unwanted medication this Saturday

The medication take-back event will accept over-the-counter, prescription, and pet medications.


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UPDATE: Children found safe after AMBER Alert; search continues for parents

Police are looking for Alicia Seelbach, 27, along with children's biological father

Cortland Cuba

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Cuban officials optimistic about normal relations at Cortland conference

Thursday's international symposium at SUNY Cortland covered topics from education and business to sports and entertainment.


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Arrests made in burglary, vandalism of Cortland County store

Cortland County sheriff's officers say three people, ages 20 to 16, were part of alleged crime committed on the morning of April 18


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Work starts on $7.4M housing project in Cortland

Project will provide housing for low-income families, people who receive mental health services from Catholic Charities

Recent Headlines

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Long-time State Senator Tom Libous dead at 63

Photo from New York Senate website

Libous represented portion of Southern Tier dating back to 1989; he passed after long fight with cancer

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Sheldon Silver sentenced in corruption case

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The former New York Assembly Speaker has been sentenced to 12 years.

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TCAT general manager dies after battle with cancer

photo by Peter Blanchard

TCAT general manager Joe Turcotte passed away Monday from cancer, according to officials with the transit service.

7 hours ago in Local

Dryden man charged with intentional hit-and-run accident


Police say Daniel Predmore of Dryden intentionally hit another car in Caroline last week before driving away.

7 hours ago in National, Olympics, Sports

Flame lands in troubled Brazil for 94-day relay to Games


President Dilma Rousseff lit the Olympic torch in Brazil's capital on Tuesday and pledged that political turmoil engulfing her nation would not harm the first Games to be held in South America.