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The New York senator says proposed changes to Title I laws could cost the state's schools millions.
The university will be giving $500,000 more in funding by June 2018.
Legislator Martha Robertson says she unknowingly violated the county's Code of Ethics.
Budget officials say they're confident a proposal to up Cortland's contribution by 2 percent will pass this time.
The flood watch starts at 1p.m. and will continue through the evening.
New York state is putting its plan to end the AIDS epidemic by 2020 into action.
Funding to the college will be increasing by 2 percent.
Governor Andrew Cuomo is saying “enough is enough."
Officials say the barn was a total loss.
New York regulators are discussing a proposal to extend a train route as well as create a multi-use trail.
According to Tompkins County's biannual survey, drug and alcohol use is down among local students.
One of the cases of EEE was found near the Syracuse area.
Officials say the trail will be ready in time for the ribbon cutting ceremony on August 30th.
The Northeast Climate Center says flooding conditions were worse because May was much drier than usual.
54-year-old Michael Ruffino will now face five years in prison for the multiple charges against him.
According to the Tompkins County Sheriff's Department, 20-year-old Kaila Mae Baraby died after being hit by a car Sunday.
The 39-year-old had eight underage children in the car.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says installed solar power generation tripled since 2011.
Ithaca's assemblywoman said some progress was made, but many important items fell by the wayside.
As of Monday, only one application has been submitted for a casino license from the state.