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Trumansburg issues “conserve water order” following major main breaks

Residents in Trumansburg are being asked to conserve water until the breaks are repaired.

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‘Blurred Lines’ case in the hands of a jury

A lawyer for Marvin Gaye's family told jurors that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams lied about how they created the 2013 hit.

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Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart sign on for Bieber’s roast

The rapper and the lifestyle guru are the latest celebs signed up to make fun of the "Baby" hitmaker.

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in Entertainment, Weird

Kid celebrates World Book Day by going to school dressed as Christian Grey

The 11-year-old was sent home from school after he came in a costume modeled after the S&M-loving star of "Fifty Shades of Grey."

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Water main break reported near Cornell Vet school

It happened at around 6 a.m. on Caldwell Road near the Veterinary College.

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Making a ‘smart’ swing set

One company is trying to combine high-tech equipment with old-school playground gear.

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Craig Sager returns to the sidelines

The NBA sideline reporter for TNT was back at work last night for the first time in nearly a year.

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Remembering the Selma march, 50 years on

Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the iconic march in Selma, Alabama.

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Stallone adapting ‘The Expendables’ for TV

The "Rambo" star has signed a deal to develop the series, which will unite action stars on a mission to stop a terrorist.

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3 tell of gruesome injuries, death at Boston Marathon

Witnesses say it was like "starring in a horror movie."

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Union: Lower NBA age limit

The players association general counsel expects the issue will be a contentious one with the NBA.

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Year after rule changes, men’s basketball back to old form

One year after the NCAA changed how rules were enforced to open up the game, men's basketball looks a lot like it once did.

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in Lifestyle

More want local beef, but fewer want tough job of cutting it

Operators of small meat plants say even their children don't want to take on the hard, messy work.

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FDA study finds little evidence of antibiotics in milk

Antibiotics and other drugs can end up in milk when they are used on dairy cows to keep them healthy.

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in Weird

When it’s too late to buy car insurance

When you're at the scene of a car crash, it's probably too late to buy car insurance.

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Review of Clinton emails to take months

A growing controversy over Hillary Clinton's use of personal email while she was U.S. secretary of state could drag on for months.

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in Viral Videos

Jimmy Fallon’s giant beer pong

We need this beer pong song at our next barbecue.

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in Sports

Low snow forces changes to iconic Iditarod

Much of the start of the world's most famous sled dog race is covered in barren gravel, forcing organizers to move the start further north.

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in Entertainment, Weird

Peeps milk coming to an Easter basket near you

Because why shouldn't milk taste more like marshmallows?

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10 FOR TODAY: Friday, March 6

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.

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Cynthia Lennon, John Lennon’s first wife, dead at 75

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The first wife of the former Beatle, and mother of Julian Lennon, has reportedly died after a brief battle with cancer.

in Entertainment

The best April Fools’ Day pranks by companies

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Google Panda, the Samsung smart knife, and more: Because even corporate America likes to pull one over on us.

in Music, Entertainment

Rihanna isn’t dating Leonardo DiCaprio … she swears

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The "Diamonds" hitmaker and the actor have been spotted at several events together, but she swears she's "too busy" to date.

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WATCH: Puppies predict the Final Four

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It's a totally unscientific, but completely adorable, way to predict the winner of the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship.