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As Hurricane Joaquin makes its way through the Caribbean and to East Coast, New York state officials are bracing for potential impacts of storm
Ithaca programs will be getting a $500,000 grant for care going to elderly, low-income residents.
Professor Jonathan Lunine of Cornell University spoke to a House committee this week about upcoming missions to some promising planets.
Planners say the neighborhood will gain about 1,000 bedrooms.
Board members say TCAT needs $300,000 more from its partners to meet its needs for next year's budget.
Vandals accused of turning on faucets, emergency shower in science lab, causing building to flood; school in Madison County was shut down for two days
Hurricane Joaquin is strengthening in the Atlantic; forecasters say there is "tremendous spread" of potential tracks for storm
On Wednesday, jurors asked to review evidence, testimony during trial of former Cornell student Charles Tan, but didn't reach verdict
Superintendent Sandy Sherwood says there have been several near misses recently from when a car passes a stopped school bus.
Officials say Tractor Supply Company mislabeled and sold vehicles that did not comply with federal environmental standards.
Both men were being held in the county jail on $15,000 bail.
Plant scientists at Cornell University say while rain totals may have been low this year, it likely won't affect the colors of fall leaves.
Thomas Clayton, former hockey player in Elmira, was charged with murder after wife's body was found inside Southern Tier home Tuesday
Family of Kevin Ward Jr. accuses Tony Stewart of gross negligence in connection with August 2014 fatal crash at track in Canandaigua
Prosecutors say Mary Kersting, 60, admitted that she kept mother's decomposed body in apartment above her for a year to collect Social Security, pension checks
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has joined AG's from across the country to call for steps to protect kids from liquid nicotine
Ithaca Police Department officials say there is nothing linking these two incidents.
Thomas Zackoski ran snow plow business, but scammed more than 50 people in 5 counties; Zackoski has new business restrictions placed on him
AMBER Alert was issued Tuesday afternoon just after 4:15 p.m.
A new task force of lawmakers and educators will take another look at how to improve Common Core procedures.