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Prosecutors have filed charges against members of church, pastor, family members of Lucas Leonard, who was beaten inside Word of Life Church in October
Annual enforcement effort by state police to crack down on speeders, drunk drivers, starts today, runs through Wednesday
Police say assault happened October 10 outside Stone Lounge in Cortland; investigations released photos Tuesday, asked for public's help
Thomas Libous received house arrest, fine, for lying to FBI; prosecutors did not seek prison time for Libous because of illness
Juror asked judge Tuesday to be excused from Sheldon Silver trial, saying her heart was pounding as other jurors criticized her during deliberations
State Police say Timothy Rypkema took money to build a house in Candor, but never came back to do the work.
The property manager for Simeon's says there's been talk of changing the entrance and putting in a second floor.
The Greek Peak ski resort says it will be opening a bit later than usual this year due to warmer weather.
Planet Fitness has agreed to stop offering unlimited tanning as part of premier packages; company will also offer training to employees who run tanning areas
Around 400 people rallied on Elmira Road in Ithaca Monday afternoon, speaking out about low salaries for teachers.
Ithaca Fire officials say a woman fell into the creek below the bridge on Clinton Street, near the Ithaca Police Station.
A person walking along the 100 block of North Quarry Street in the City of Ithaca called in and reported heavy smoke.
A new app from State Police gives people the ability to send picture tips from their cell phones to investigators.
Police say Ronald "Bran" Moxley was first reported missing on Thursday, three days after he was last seen by family members; police have no reason to believe he is in danger
In each case, the claims were submitted as "medically required."
A Bronx man was arrested for stealing a Semi Truck and trailer, after paying for the property with a counterfeit check.
Cornell professor Tom Ristenpart explains what encrypted apps are, and why they pose a problem for police and the government.
Ithaca Teachers Association, which represents teachers in Ithaca City School District, will hold rally, solidarity walk, as they seek new contract
Couple says farm north of Albany denied them access to their venue because of beliefs over marriage; couple has filed appeal, will make arguments Monday
Austin Kiplinger, 1939 grad of Cornell, chairman emeritus of Cornell Board of Trustees, died Friday; ran Kiplinger Washington Editors for nearly 35 years