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Some stood behind Cornell Wednesday; others called it "extreme liberalism"
2014 was a tough budget year for taxpayers in the Ithaca City School District, but school officials say 2015 is looking better.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie says a minimum wage increase must be “on the table”…
In a presentation Wednesday, members of the school's Committee for University Relations described plans on how to grow Cornell's current and future programs.
"Project Veritas, the organization behind this shoddy piece of “journalism” has been repeatedly vilified for dishonest, deceitful activity."
Video done by group positions Cornell assistant dean in favor of visit by ISIS fighter for "training camp"
A public meeting will be held Wednesday night to try and determine how one town will move forward with its ambulance…
Proposal would give music production companies up to 35 percent tax credits
Many doctors who diagnose their patients with Alzheimer’s disease fail to tell the patient the news.
The Tompkins County Legislature is considering a resolution to allow the sale of sparklers at certain times of the year.
Phillip Campbell of Dryden was arrested by Ithaca Police after being found near the scenes of two separate incidents.
A federal court threw out a lawsuit Tuesday filed by former IPD officer Douglas Wright back in 2012.
Ronda Rousey said Monday that governor expressed support for legalizing sport
Chief Joseph Zikuski is accused of harassing officer in Binghamton Police Department
Fire was spotted just before 3 a.m. Tuesday along Route 79
A local ambulance company may have to end its service.
Roger Burlew, former highway superintendent in Erin, Chemung County, admitted to taking goods, services for private business
Governor Andrew Cuomo has said he won't sign state budget without some sort of deal on ethics reform
Two incidents left two females with significant injuries Monday
The bike-pedestrian path will run along Pine Tree Road, from Maple Avenue to the Route 366 intersection.