During interview on Morning Newswatch Friday, McDermott discussed Common Core, Start Up New York program
Governor Andrew Cuomo, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio gave update Thursday night on response to Ebola diagnosis at New York City hospital
Last night’s debate was hosted by WETM-TV in Elmira.
A Cornell University staffer has been implicated in a scandal rocking the University of North Carolina’s athletics department.
Students are being asked to shelter in place.
Estimated to be worth about $424,000.
Clinton says Cuomo is the "right leader at the right time."
New York officials say they have reached agreements in principle to finance seven clean energy projects with a dozen banks and investment firms and the state's new NY Green Bank.
Debate included all four candidates for governor, who discussed public corruption, natural gas drilling, economic issues
Incident happened just before 5 p.m. Wednesday; no word on man's condition
Herb Masser, a Republican, is looking to unseat Ithaca assemblywoman Barbara Lifton.
Tom Coburn's report questions need for SWAT funding for Ithaca, citing crime rates in town
Cornell Police are seeking information after a resident reported a suspicious backpack found at 10:30am Sunday on the 300 block of Maple Avenue in the Town of Ithaca.
A proposed 7 mile gas pipeline that would stretch through the Towns of Lansing and Freeville has the support of the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce.
The federal prosecutor who took over the files of New York's anti-corruption commission says investigations into Albany's pay-to-play politics are continuing and declines to say when they'll be finished.
Debate will happen at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Unitarian Church of Ithaca
Stephen Howells, Nicole Vaisey face charges in St. Lawrence County, near Canadian border
Six people face charges, after law enforcement officials say they were found making meth at a home in Cortland County.…
Debate will likely be only meeting of four men running to become governor of New York in November
31-year-old Ziphaire Peters was spotted by an officer in the area of West Seneca Street.