It appears Corbin Whyte will not be tried for a fourth time on a second-degree murder charge.
The New York comptroller's office is auditing hate crime reporting statewide after a legislator earlier this year cited an apparent spike in incidents.
19-year-old Ithaca man arrested as part of bust last Sunday by Cornell Police
Ithaca’s mayor got his chance Thursday to help shape the Obama administration’s agenda moving forward.
A state court has upheld convictions of a former Colgate student for secretly videotaping sex with a girlfriend and with another young woman.
A major solar project is on the horizon at TC3, as the school says it will install a solar plant on 10 acres of land.
Dark and rainy weather are being attributed to a car-pedestrian accident on Ellis Hollow Road Thursday.
A forum on the Affordable Care Act held at TC3 Thursday sought to help make more people aware of the potential benefits of signing up in the health insurance marketplace.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York made a pit-stop in Cortland Thursday to help serve meals at the City’s Loaves and Fishes.
Two start-up insurers in the New York health exchange, one promising unlimited telemedicine, say customer queries have been rising rapidly and they expect enrollment spikes by the new Dec. 23 deadline for coverage next year.