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Explosion happened June 20th around 3 p.m.; investigators have charged 23-year-old woman
Deputies broke up meth lab after receiving information about operation
64-year-old Kurt Myers was killed hours after killing four people in shooting spree
Unofficial tally shows Hanna earned 53% of votes across NY's 22nd Congressional District
Cayuga Medical Center has opened a new, multi-million dollar maternity ward.
Attorney General's Office says complaints were filed against Auto Star Transport; state records show company didn't have license since April 2013
Lawmakers say they're ready to start conversations once again to talk about truck safety in Ithaca
Local State Senator James Seward was in Cortland County Tuesday to deliver $250,000 in state funding to upgrade emergency communications equipment for police forces.
The commission in charge of regulating ethics and lobbying in New York government has created a tip line and website for people to report alleged violations by state officials and lobbyists.
Police haven't detailed circumstances that led to grand larceny charge against 16-year-old from Rochester area
Primary battle will likely determine who holds Congressional seat for next two years
Company received negative rating from Better Business Bureau for late deliveries, delivering damaged vehicles
The United Way of Tompkins County and City of Ithaca officials have announced the creation of a fund to aid the family of Amanda Bush.
Ithaca's mayor gave updates on Simeon's crash, looked to future for Simeon's site
As the cleanup process continues from Friday’s tragic accident, the building’s property manager is talking about what’s next.
Girl was taken from Rochester home Monday morning; police issued Amber Alert after 1:30 Monday afternoon
Police give more details of how investigation into Simeon's crash Friday will be carried out
New York's high school graduation rate rose slightly to 74.9 percent in 2013, but big differences persisted in the numbers of white and minority students graduating on time, and those from high- and low-needs districts.
Government watchdog groups in New York state say voters should reject a redistricting referendum on November's ballot, arguing that it will give lawmakers a "stranglehold" on the process of redrawing political districts.
School children in seven states will be eating New York yogurt this fall under a school lunch program operated by the federal government.