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Change allows students to take Regents exam in career field, replacing one history exam needed to graduate
Enterovirus D68 was diagnosed this past weekend in student from Westchester County
Governor candidate Rob Astorino said flights shouldn't be allowed to disembark for New York with travelers from parts of Africa hit hard by Ebola
State Attorney General's office says scammers are claiming to raise money; offering fictitious preparedness kits
The city will also start charging a $1.50 an hour for on-street parking, an increase of fifty cents.
Earlier this month, Cuomo said a ban wouldn't be effective.
Preparations continue for any potential cases of Ebola that may hit New York State.
Deputies say man became belligerent, then made threat against officers
Classification comes due to mental health concerns, measures implemented under New York's SAFE Act
Fire started after 5 p.m. Sunday at facility in Moravia
Treatments start Tuesday to deal with parasitic sea lampreys preying on salmon, trout
Critics have called for Cornell to revisit commitment in Qatar, due to concerns over that government's link to militia, extremist groups
Village deciding on whether to reduce service, cut department
Scammers claim to work for attorney, tell victim they owe outstanding state tax debt
SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher sent letter to campus leaders on Friday
University issued travel restrictions to west Africa, "strongly discouraged" hosting anyone from countries under travel warnings from CDC
Cornell University is one of five universities across the country to be designated as a Center of Excellence for Research and Nutrition Education.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has selected a midlevel appellate judge from Albany for the state's highest court.
Cornell University has severed ties with a major apparel company.
The Cortland County SPCA has to shut its doors again due to an influx of animals.