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Man dies after suspected medical problem while driving

Police say Elmira man likely suffered medical emergency, leading him to drive off I-86 in Nichols; driver was pronounced dead at scene


4 weeks ago

Chipotle restaurants to open late for food inspections

Chipotle restaurants across the country will all be inspected for food safety next month.


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ICSD school board leader criticizes New Roots charter change

District officials say a recent charter revision is evidence that the New Roots School in Ithaca could be failing.


4 weeks ago

Supervisor promotes “Lansing is Open for Business”

The new leader of Lansing says attracting new businesses is a top priority.


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Cortland County police raid trailer, find meth

A drug-sniffing dog was brought in to find the meth, and two people in the trailer were arrested.

Supporters brought homemade campaign signs to support Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. (WHCU/Lee Rayburn)

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Ithaca residents “Feel the Bern” at Sanders rally

The longtime Vermont lawmaker has drawn the attention of Ithacans as well as some residents of Chemung County.


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Casino in Finger Lakes marks construction milestone

A recently licensed casino in the Finger Lakes is marking a milestone in its construction.

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Cornell women’s hockey to hold raffle for injured NWH player

The 24-year-old Princeton grad suffered a severe spinal cord injury in the middle of a game with the Boston Pride.

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CVS stores in New York to begin selling naloxone

New York state has allowed 479 CVS stores to begin selling naloxone, or narcan kits, which block effects of heroin overdose

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Tompkins inmate charged, called woman 50-plus times over 10 days

The Ithaca man was violating a woman's order of protection.


4 weeks ago

IC student leader reacts to Rochon’s 2017 retirement

Some students and faculty had been calling for his resignation for months in letters, protests, and on social media.


4 weeks ago

Prison education programs to get more money in coming year

Cornell University is one group to receive part of $7.5 million to help with programs for prison education in the area.


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One week later: Cargill Salt Mine accident

Cargill spokeman Mark Klein say they are still working on fixing the elevator.

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IC President Rochon set to retire in July 2017

For months students have been calling for him to resign.

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Republicans concerned with price tag of Cuomo’s new initiatives

Republicans in the state legislature say the governor's plan from the State of the State address is ambitious, but costly.


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Cuomo proposes felony charges for child abuse

The governor says making child abuse a felony would make sure criminals are punished accordingly.


4 weeks ago

Business Council warns $15 wage would be “harmful” to economy

The statement comes after Governor Andrew Cuomo renewed calls for a $15 wage in his State of the State address.


4 weeks ago

Dryden man arrested for domestic dispute, illegal marijuana

Anthony Damato of Dryden was arrested after harassing his girlfriend, and police later found he was growing marijuana in his home.


4 weeks ago

Cuomo: State of state is “strong”, “we are New Yorkers first”

Governor Andrew Cuomo outlined his plans for the coming year in Wednesday's State of the State address.


4 weeks ago

Study shows public input could boost consumer opinions

The study on labeling genetically modified foods shows more favorable reactions either way if the public were asked about it first.

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