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Lawmakers say they're tightening restrictions on synthetic marijuana to keep up with lawbreakers.
Officials say the murals in the garage show Ithaca is committed to beautifying all kinds of public spaces.
The county party hasn't formally thrown supported behind a candidate.
Last year, 22,000 traffic tickets were issued. About half were for speeding.
The company was fined $500,000 for the contamination.
The New York soldiers, based at Fort Drum, will be deploying in the coming weeks to train, advise Iraqi forces
City officials say some residents are already raising chickens anyway despite laws prohibiting them in Ithaca.
Ithaca city council members unanimously approved city-funded health care plan for Officer Anthony Augustine, who was wounded on duty in 2012
Richard Sweat's blood alcohol was more than twice the level of intoxication for drunken driving.
The applicants were from 16 different countries.
The study by WalletHub ranks New York seventh-highest among all states for numbers of student debt.
The solar project will create 3,000 jobs in the region.
City lawmakers have until November 15 to approve the budget.
Organizers hope the building will be become a museum and learning center.
Lee was hospitalized Tuesday night after developing complications following her double mastectomy
Authorities say former Albany-area police officer was buying cocaine from leaders of upstate New York drug ring; officer resigned in June
Officer Anthony Augustine was shot while responding to call in October 2012, but hasn't returned to work due to his injuries
Decision means project can move forward; reviews are still needed before property is sold, development can begin
Groups for, against abortion tried to get information of donors blocked, citing safety risks; state ruled groups did not prove risk
State officials say construction will start immediately.