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Authorities say no criminal activities played a role in the death.
Police are cracking down on underage people using fake IDs to get alcohol.
Elizabeth Garrett will visit over a dozen cities to speak with Cornell students, alums, and others in the next six months.
Settlement comes after Lowe's was accused of deceptive sales practices with flooring installations; Lowe's will pay $1.1 million in refunds, $900k to state
Mayor Svante Myrick says lawmakers have made some changes to the budget, including some construction projects around the city.
The annual rivalry game will be held next Saturday.
Charles Tan, former Cornell student, was charged in February with murder of father; after mistrial in October, judge decided Thursday to dismiss charge
Police went to Danby home of Nicholas Feminella, 20, Tuesday, say search turned up materials leading to two felony charges
State officials also announced deal with Kraft Heinz to delay closure in Campbell; Kraft, state will commit up to $50 million in operations
Author, collector donated 25 boxes of band-related items to Cornell, including posters, hand-written lyrics, rare photos
Residents recently expressed concerns to local lawmakers about growing problems in the village, including nuisance law violations.
The name of the victim is not being released at this time, pending the notification of family members.
Two men were arrested in the marijuana bust that involved multiple local and state police agencies.
The new citizens represented nearly 20 countries from South America to Asia and even the Pacific Rim.
The coalition of attorneys general are defending a plan to require power plants cut their greenhouse gas emissions.
William Prescott was arrested Tuesday; Ithaca Police say he had crack cocaine on him at time of arrest; police say they found other drugs inside home
Voters elected five new town supervisors around Tompkins County; in town board races, Democrats collected most of the victories around the county Tuesday
Anna Kelles, Rich John are believed to be the winners of two county legislature races Tuesday in Tompkins County
Mayors Svante Myrick, Brian Tobin won reelection on Tuesday; there were no surprises for Ithaca city council; 2 sitting Cortland lawmakers ousted
Republican Fred Akshar won election over Democrat Barbara Fiala in race to replace long-time lawmaker Tom Libous, convicted of lying to FBI