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Governor Cuomo has picked up the endorsement of an influential state business group.
Governor Cuomo has a big lead over Republican challenger Rob Astorino with Election Day a mere month away, according to a new Quinnipiac University Poll.
The City of Ithaca is making slow progress to try and dredge its creeks.
Americans Eric Betzig, William Moerner both earned Masters, Ph.D. from Cornell
Men face deportation for trying to seek asylum in Canada
Collaboration is designed to assist in heroin investigations that cross state lines
Police say assault occurred around 11:15 Tuesday morning on Pine Street in Cortland
Planning and construction efforts require coordination with NYSEG, which has led to delays in some city projects.
A single televised debate will be held in Buffalo.
While the risk is low, health officials in the Ithaca area are being proactive in case of any spread of Ebola in the U.S.
Republican candidate for governor Rob Astorino is calling for a ban on flights traveling from West Africa to New York to prevent the spread of Ebola.
New York is creating a new import-export bank based on the federal model that will give financing to New York companies looking to sell products overseas.
Fine would be largest state has ever imposed against company drilling in Marcellus Shale
Manager Mike Hall says there's no reason ridership can't increase to levels historically seen at Ithaca's airport
German Lobaton will spend 13 years in prison for crimes committed in 2013
Two debates were scheduled between major party candidates for governor of New York
Race has Republican incumbent Tom Reed running against challenger Martha Robertson
Cornell University is launching a $150 million initiative to establish community engagement and real-world problem-solving as key parts of the undergraduate experience.
Hunting activity is prohibited; village officials ask anyone who sees hunters to call police
Police searched for hours for Eric Frein, but didn't find gunman accused of Sept. killing of Pa. state trooper