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State officials agree that financial sanctions aren't the right way to stop opt-out numbers from growing.
The hazmat teams will be getting new breathing devices to replace outdated models.
A similar discounts program launched last September.
Filing posted Monday on state Public Service Commission website details reasons why operators believe Cayuga plant should remain open
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says $15 minimum wage would allow men, women to "actually make a living"
Hearing will include closer look at impact of poverty on families, kids; census data shows 22% of New Yorkers under age of 18 live in poverty
Accident happened around 6 p.m. Monday; reports are that bus collided with wall while making turn inside of parking lot on Ithaca College campus
There was an embargo on traveling to the country from the U.S.A. since 1960.
The 28-year-old's name has not been released.
The suit alleges the pizza chain violates New York labor laws.
New York State Park campgrounds reserved more than 562,000 overnight stays through last Monday.
The Cayuga Power Plant has been called nonviable by lawmakers and analysts.
Cases on the rise in Tompkins County between January, July of 2015; health department officials now warning people to get tested, use protection
Cornell starts its fall semester of classes on Tuesday.
The study shows rates of breast cancer vary widely in counties across the state.
Students will have opportunities to experience life in Ithaca and a new freshman living program.
Incident occurred Thursday night in town of Fayette; two suspects now face three charges each; charges pending for third suspect
Police say incident happened around 9 p.m. Saturday at home on N. Cayuga Street in Fall Creek neighborhood; police still searching for suspect
Alfred Turshman was reported missing last Saturday; police say he was found suffering from hypothermia, but in fair condition
According to the 2015 tax assessment, the county's value is up nearly 3 percent over last year.