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Police say a female victim reportedly died after being taken to a Syracuse hospital.
The Adirondack Park Agency says this will help remove non-native plants and animals.
Environmental groups are launching campaigns to help homeowners and small businesses buy solar panels.
Officials say Route 89 is now clear.
A prosecutor says the enforcement of the NY Dignity Act has been a "disaster."
Police say the man fell through an open manhole while helping a motorist stuck in flooding.
Starting Monday, 300 old coin-operated meters will be replaced by 21 new high-tech pay stations.
Small fireworks are not allowed in Tompkins County, but the sale of sparklers is allowed.
Officials with the New York State Police say they usually issue over 10,000 tickets during July 4th celebrations.
Lawmakers in Ithaca voted unanimously to allow Ithaca Renting to pursue a state grant to renovate the historic building.
Governor Andrew Cuomo says New York was the most visited state by overseas travelers for the 14th year in a row.
70 elected officials signed a letter to the governor, fighting a ratepayer subsidy of a local power plant.
Customs officials say they expect a major boost in border traffic this weekend and next weekend.
Binghamton's city council voted Tuesday to pursue a state license for a casino.
The study by WalletHub puts New York dead last on a list of how patriotic states in the U.S. are.
Heavy rain over the past few weeks has caused high water levels on the lakes.
The organization's travel forecast says this may be the most traveled July Fourth holiday in five years.
More details are being released about David Sweat and Richard Matt's big escape.
With about a month to go before a date for substantial completion, officials say work in downtown Ithaca is progressing.
The Tompkins County Health Department has launched its new Public Access Defibrillator program.