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Cornell Police investigating early morning burglaries

Cornell Police are investigating a reported burglary that happened on Mary Ann Wood Drive at around 5:20 this morning.

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Tompkins awards contracts for Human Services Building renovation

Construction contracts have been awarded for the renovation of the Tompkins County Human Services Building on East State Street in Ithaca.

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Susan Murphy, Cornell VP of Student & Academic Services, to retire

Cornell University’s Vice President for Student and Academic Services has announced she will retire at the end of the school year.

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Inactive meth lab found in empty trailer in Cortlandville

Discovery was made Tuesday afternoon at trailer park off Kingsley Avenue


Upstate New York man accused of plotting to aid ISIS in Syria

Prosecutors say Rochester man wanted to provide support to terrorist organization, urged three people to join fighters overseas


New York, Coca-Cola reach settlement over high prices, “sugar tax” lies

State officials say customers were told New York had "sugar tax" in place as explanation for mark-up


Ithaca lawmakers to discuss residency requirement for new officers

A proposal from Ithaca’s mayor would require new police officers to live in the city.

CORRECTION: Name is Jedidiah Suber.

Police: Man stabbed relative in downtown Ithaca

Incident happened around 3 p.m. Tuesday outside Tompkins County DSS building.


Advocates: NY a leader for migrant children

Advocates say New York state is a national leader in helping unaccompanied migrant children fleeing Central America to stay in the United States.

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3 players found to have committed violations in Groton Football hazing incident

Three players were found to have committed “serious” violations of the school’s code of conduct in a hazing incident involving the Groton High School Football Team.


Cornell given award for diversity, inclusion efforts

Cornell University has won the HEED award from INSIGHT Into Diversity, the largest and oldest diversity publication in higher education.


Two killed in Broome County crash

State police are investigating a head-on crash along New York's Southern Tier that killed two women from Binghamton.


Body found near Ithaca Walmart; no foul play suspected

A body was discovered in a ditch near the Wal-Mart on Fairgrounds Memorial Parkway Tuesday morning.


Nozzolio calls for tougher laws against violent criminals

Local State Senator Michael Nozzolio is calling for tougher sentencing laws and more severe punishment for violent felons, in light of recent violent crimes in Rochester and across the State.

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Groton parents, community members voice concerns over hazing allegations

At Board of Education meeting Monday night, some parents said they were concerned about district's actions, rumors regarding hazing incident

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Cuomo, Astorino camps arguing over tax returns, football photos

Campaigns traded swipes Monday less than two months before Election Day

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After years of repairs, Cascadilla Gorge Trail opens in Ithaca

Trail has been closed for six years due to ongoing repairs


Suspect indicted in killing of Rochester officer

The 38-year-old man accused of fatally shooting Rochester police officer Daryl Pierson has been indicted on six criminal counts, including aggravated murder.


“Cornell Now” campaign surpasses goal

Cornell has surpassed its $4.75 billion “Cornell Now” campaign goal, thanks to a record year of giving in 2014.


Nader campaigns for Green Party in NY

Ralph Nader is stumping for the Green Party's New York gubernatorial candidate.


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More Americans see influence of religion waning


Nearly three-quarters of the public think religion is losing influence in American life, according to a poll released on Monday.

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‘The Lion King’ makes history


"The Lion King" is the top ticket of all time.

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‘Fashion Police’ to go on without Joan Rivers


Bosses at the E! network have confirmed they plan to revive the series in January.

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Samuel L. Jackson plans Christmas charity single


The "Pulp Fiction" star is rounding up his celebrity friends to raise money for the cancer charity One For The Boys.