NYCLU and NYS Sheriffs' Association recommended that practice of honoring federal "detainers" be stopped
Statement says "relevant parties" were contacted about inaccuracies in reports critical of Cuomo administration
Project manager for Commons rebuild says summer delays were one reason for extension of project initially proposed to take two years to finish
Warning comes after members of Moreland Commission said this week that they operated independently of governor's office
Improvements seen at Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport, following down year for ridership in 2013
Group took message to Albany Wednesday, was joined by former leader of Cayuga Medical Center
Cuomo has asked state's health commissioner if process can be accelerated; medical marijuana law was signed by governor in early July
Police called in helicopter to shine light on party-goers as they broke up party in early July
To try and put an end to sexual assaults on college campuses, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is introducing the Campus Accountability and Safety Act.
Four percent annual growth reported for second quarter of year has trickled down some to Ithaca-area economy
New York state has suspended the licenses of 40 tax preparers who state authorities say never filed their own returns in 2011 and 2012.
A 48 year old Ithaca woman is behind bars after allegedly driving onto someone’s property on Peruville Road in Groton Tuesday and purposely damaging personal belongings.
Study was done of water in drinking wells in Chenango County
District will now move forward with heating, cooling project in high school auditorium
Report from Capital New York comes after analysis of nine months of work done by commission
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack spent Tuesday at Cornell's Agriculture and Life Sciences college, announced new federal foundation
The U.S. attorney's office says former New York City Councilman Daniel Halloran has been convicted of bribery charges.
Governor Cuomo has launched a $27 million initiative to build the market for high-efficiency wood heating systems in New York.
As New York State continues to battle the problem of heroin and opioid abuse, local emergency responders have a tool to combat the issue.
If you come across a plant that's as tall as a house and topped with umbrella-shaped white flower clusters, don't touch it. It might be giant hogweed, which can cause blistering and blindness.