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Most graduates from the local community college say it's just the first step in their education journey.
Victims on Spencer Road say their possessions were stolen by two men wielding a shotgun and a Taser device.
Authorities say mother, three children died in Thursday fire in Vestal
It’s been two years since Cornell student and Ithaca native Christopher Dennis was reported missing.
Police say children were not properly secured in child car seats
Dr. Michael Clarke was accused of slapping patients under anesthesia, insulting them before surgery
As state board considers increase in minimum wage for fast food workers, Los Angeles passed $15/hour minimum this week
Police say Ithaca native and Cornell alum Julianne Vilardo, husband were found dead in home on May 10
Average electric bill, natural gas bill would increase under proposal filed with state
Capital New York reports that the state may not have enough primary care physicians to expand medical coverage.
Lt. Dan Scherer of the Trumansburg Fire Department said he's proud of how civilians and first responders alike handled the incident.
Danby officials have released questions and answers from a meeting held with Tompkins County’s sheriff this month.
Oswego student charged after search warrant was executed at his apartment
Budget, propositions were passed easily across all Tompkins County districts
State says Queens contractor wanted $32,000 for conference at resort, $23,000 for staff picnic
Sandra Lee announced last week that she was diagnosed with disease
Board was put together by Cuomo administration to examine pay for fast food workers
Bishops Carpet One on State Street is one of hunderds of Carpet One stores around the country to receive a piece of 9/11 steel from Ground Zero.
Ithaca Police Chief John Barber says he doesn't believe the incident caught on camera was intentional on the part of the officer.
Animal health experts say they're trying to prevent the possible spread of bird flu to livestock animals in New York State.