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Police say accident happened around 1:40 a.m. Sunday; two Cornell students were inside of car; driver was seriously inured
Fantasy sports websites FanDuel, DraftKings, are fighting ruling regarding business in New York; DraftKings estimates taking in $4 billion in fees in 2016
State health officials say it's first case in New York of E. coli linked to Chipotle; Chipotle customers in five states became ill after eating at the chain
Public safety officials say current student at Ithaca College made threats Nov. 11, 12, against protesters; student accused of harassment, cyber-bullying
If he’s convicted of the murder charge, the Virgil man could face 25 years to life in prison.
Bernard Dukes, 34, was arrested on drug weapons charges after November 12th raid at home on East Avenue in Cortland
When deputies tried to stop the vehicle, the driver pulled into a driveway, got out of the car and started fleeing the scene.
New York doesn’t have statewide fire code regulations for food trucks, but Rochester recently created rules for vendors.
According to the study, men reported eating much more when with women than they did just with other men.
Attorney Henry Korn, a 1968 Cornell graduate, donated the Donovan collection to the Ivy League school in 1998.
After hearing from dozens of residents, Cortland County lawmakers voted down controversial ash-for-trash plan in 9-7 vote
Company agreed to alter domestic violence policies at stores, including in Ithaca; Bon-Ton told woman to stay home until order of protection was in place
New York Senator Chuck Schumer says plan to allow twin 33-foot trailers has been scrapped in Senate; Schumer says longer trucks would've been safety hazard
Verizon employees were rallying across the East Coast on Thursday, because of what they say is income inequality at the company.
Arafat Nagi, accused of planning to travel to Syria to support Islamic State group, has been deemed competent to stand trial; Nagi was arrested in July
French Cornell student Alec Desbordes says he's still trying to come to terms with last week's terror attacks in Paris.
A full-time faculty vote of no confidence of IC President Tom Rochon will be held by the end of the semester.
An intersection in Newfield could be getting improvements from the state Department of Transportation.
Tim Horton's has shut down locations in Ithaca, Cortland, across central New York after reportedly reviewing performance of its locations
Senator James Seward, Senator Joseph Robach will hold "round-table" gathering on how to allow Uber, Lyft to expand to upstate New York cities