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Lawmakers of different parties claim both a full-time or a part-time planner would save money for the town.
Prosecutor in Franklin County says police shootings of prison escapees David Sweat, Richard Matt were justified; Sweat is due back in court Friday
The hockey Courage Classic is dedicated to kids and families struggling with cancer.
The new study also shows women are overtaking men in rates of obesity reported.
Students say there have been incidents recently where the president did not fully address the concerns of people of color.
The college had announced the death of junior Shannon Sakosits on Wednesday, and an investigation is ongoing.
The Vice President spoke at Syracuse University to raise awareness about sexual assault on college campuses.
The group Black Students United released a statement on Thursday, “saying a threat to justice on one campus is a threat to justice on all campuses.”
Pamela Hinshaw is charged with stealing from the business where she worked and falsifying records to cover up the thefts.
As part of a national day of action, students at Cornell will be marching for changes in the education system.
Around 11:30 in the morning on Monday, a car crashed into a Taylor Garbage Services truck and hit one of their employees.
After receiving cease-and-desist letter from New York AG, FanDuel CEO said Wednesday they'll keep operating in state; DraftKings looking at legal options
The State Senator is speaking out on what he’s calling a politically-motivated delay.
Shannon Sakosits, Ithaca College junior, died Wednesday after brief illness; school says anyone who had close contact with her should contact health center.
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed bill Wednesday to allow critically ill people in New York to have access to medical marijuana before state's program begins
Protesters at Ithaca College included call for "radical, transformative" changes to structure at school; group said school needs new president
Service members, residents, and lawmakers gathered in Ithaca's DeWitt Park Wednesday to commemorate Veterans Day.
Move comes amid growing concerns over treatment of people of color at Ithaca College; President Tom Rochon appointed Roger Richardson on interim basis
Wednesday is deadline for governor to sign bill that would speed up access to medical marijuana for severely ill New Yorkers
Governor Andrew Cuomo says $15 minimum wage for state workers will be phased in over six years in upstate New York; GOP Senators questioned Cuomo Tuesday