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Democrats say the minimum hourly wage upstate should rise to $10.50 in 2017 and, two years later, to $12.60.
A woman told police officers that the man repeatedly called her a racist name.
The legislation would create a list of tens of thousands of New Yorkers who are being tracked by the FBI.
Capital New York reports on pay bump for many long-time aides to governor
Fire happened Sunday morning at 11:15 a.m. at kennel south of Rochester
Thefts from cars reported in Freeville, Dryden, areas of East Hill
Investigation continues after dead deer, "alarming" note found last Wednesday in high school parking lot
Police say robbery was conspiracy between suspect, restaurant employee
State's second-in-charge suffered multiple injuries at Whiteface Mountain
Local developers plan to construct apartment housing on the former industrial site.
A long-standing block on the sport by the State Assembly could be over soon.
Fire started around 10:30 p.m. at home on Route 41
12-hour Radiothon was held Friday, March 6 to raise money for United Way of Tompkins County
The Ithaca Fire Department says the cause of the fire was likely the result of a plumber who was thawing the pipes.
According to the NCAA, Jim Boeheim committed numerous drug, academic, and gifts violations.
Ithaca leaders say it's a problem when only residents who speak out are against development projects.
Residents in Trumansburg are being asked to conserve water until the breaks are repaired.
It happened at around 6 a.m. on Caldwell Road near the Veterinary College.
Cornell student was charged with murder on Feb. 9 in connection with father's death
Silver was indicted two weeks ago on charges that he received $4 million in kickbacks from law firms for doing political favors.