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The study by WalletHub puts New York dead last on a list of how patriotic states in the U.S. are.
Heavy rain over the past few weeks has caused high water levels on the lakes.
The organization's travel forecast says this may be the most traveled July Fourth holiday in five years.
More details are being released about David Sweat and Richard Matt's big escape.
With about a month to go before a date for substantial completion, officials say work in downtown Ithaca is progressing.
The Tompkins County Health Department has launched its new Public Access Defibrillator program.
According to the New York senator, Seneca Falls should have a say on which woman will be on the new $10 bill.
The event will go on in spite of rainy weather early in the day, and has reached its fundraising goal.
Fall Creek Road is closed between Cady Lane and Malloryville Road because of a car accident
Applications for the Southern Tier casino license are due next week.
While same-sex marriage is now legal in all 50 states, advocates say LGBT individuals still face challenges across the country.
Garrett will be the University's 13th president, as well as its first woman president.
The Better Business Bureau says they've received complaints about deals that sound too good to be true.
Officials announced the decision on Monday, citing safety precautions as main concerns.
Ithaca Renting and the DIA are trying to secure a grant for renovations.
City officials say they're close to reaching their $20,000 goal for this year's Community Fireworks.
The advisory will be in effect until further notice, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Advocates for workers in Tompkins County say they'd like the state minimum wage to more closely reflect an estimated living wage for the local area.
The panel discussion will feature members of law enforcement, treatment, and recovery services.
Police say they're looking for two men who are persons of interest in the investigation.