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Elizabeth Garrett is Cornell University's 13th president, and the first female leader of the school.
There's no timetable for a decision on the license.
According to a Quinnipiac poll, over 60 percent of New York residents say they support upping the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Accident happened around 11 a.m. Wednesday in Newfield; officials at Robert Packer say two of three people injured in accident remain in critical cond.
The drug bust was conducted by the Tompkins County Sheriff's Department along with local police and several state agencies.
Vermont couple was stopped on NYS Thruway earlier this month after fleeing from Vermont with 4-year-old; attorney says couple didn't abduct girl
Part two of a "Today" Show interview with Joyce Mitchell aired Friday morning
The first episode of “Vet School” airs on Nat Geo Wild this Saturday at 10 p.m.
Cornell University President Elizabeth Garrett officially started in July, but a ceremony is set for Friday to welcome her to the job.
Route 366 is closed between Freese Road, Forest Home Drive
Cornell grad student Michael Smith purposely allowed himself to be stung by bees in 25 spots to determine which was most painful
State Police say they found a “one pot” meth lab in Dryden home.
Legislators looked at Erie County's microbeads ban this week.
A man tried to run away from police after driving drunk and killing 2 on a motorcycle with his truck.
The dedication of the Bernie Milton Pavilion will take place at 6 p.m. on the Commons.
Greek Peak owners Marc Stemerman, John Meier will buy Toggenburg Mountain in Syracuse area; agreement combines two popular central NY ski destinations
ALBANY — State Senator Michael Nozzolio of the Finger Lakes is speaking out about a massive data breach involving insurance provider Excellus Blue…
Police say Donald Hicks refused to talk to them during the standoff and later tried to escape from the house.
Many parents said standardized tests given in the spring were too long; state education commissioner announced changes coming for Spring 2016 exams
SPCA officials in Niagara County say city of Niagara Falls, on the U.S. side, has at least 60,000 stray, feral cats, compared with 50,000 residents