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Second woman sentenced for stealing gun used to shoot Ithaca officer

Danelle Wilson admitted to selling gun along with Ciera Bennett; gun eventually wound up in hands of Jamel Booker, who used it to shoot Ithaca police officer

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Shots fired, shotgun shown during Ithaca fight; police look for suspect

Fight happened around 5:30 Wednesday night at West Village Apartments; police say men got into argument, then shotgun was taken out

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Electronic billboard for Center Ithaca denied

Officials say they worry the proposed sign for Center Ithaca could disturb residents and detract from the Commons.


Former leader of Ithaca civic group arrested for grand larceny

Micah Martorelli of Ithaca is charged with stealing over $6,000 from his organization in the span of around four months.


Reed calls for lower prices at the pump

Prices at the pump are already low, but the Congressman says they could be lower.


State may throw closing power plants a lifeline

The Huntley and Dunkirk plants near Buffalo will be closing soon.

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2 rescued at Ithaca Falls

The Ithaca Fire Department repelled down the falls from ropes to bring the two to safety.


NY State Fair in running for best in country

Voting ends Sept. 28. The 12-day fair ends Sept. 7.

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County officials expect “good news budget” for 2016

The 2016 Tompkins County budget shows tax bills for residents will increase by around $15.


Schuyler County man indicted, sexual assault and child pornography

The man may face up to 25 years to life in prison for the felonies.

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U.S. Treasurer holds town hall meeting in Seneca Falls on $10 bill

Top picks include Susan B. Anthony and Harriet Tubman, who both lived in New York State.


Tubman, Anthony among frontrunners for new $10

A town hall meeting was held in Seneca Falls with the U.S. Treasurer.

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Cortland cops conduct stings for fake IDs

The stings for fake IDs are part of an effort to curb underage drinking around the area.

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IFD encourages students to be cautious at gorges

A 20-year-old man drowned in Second Dam this summer after jumping from a cliff into the water.

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New affordable housing complex opens in Ithaca

The Stone Quarry affordable housing apartments had their official ribbon-cutting Monday.


New York to review care of retired racehorses

State gaming officials say racehorses should be able to live full lives after their racing days are over.


Cuomo, other NY officials taking trip to Puerto Rico

The trip to Puerto Rico kicked off Monday afternoon.


Bear Walk aims to build better relationships between students and residents

After receiving feedback from participants, there will be a fair incorporated into the fair.

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Drivers injured in Route 13 accident released from hospital

Both of the drivers were treated for non-life threatening injuries.


Sea of green: Cabbage truck rollover in Rochester

Sheriff's deputies say the trucker was taken to a hospital with minor injuries.


in Entertainment

Fall TV: What to watch


Fall is here and that means it's time to clear your DVRs and get ready for a new season of shows.

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WHAT’S ON: New on Netflix, Amazon & Hulu in September


A long holiday weekend is the perfect time to binge watch.

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Ed Skrein takes over driving seat in ‘The Transporter Refueled’


Action thriller franchise "The Transporter" is back with a fourth installment and a new star, with British actor Ed Skrein stepping into the black suit of lead character, former special ops mercenary Frank Martin.

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Gene Simmons Steps Up Internet Security After Police Raid


Kiss rocker Gene Simmons has stepped up his Internet security after police raided his home in a bid to trace an offender who downloaded child porn using the star’s wireless network.