Prosecutors say documents related to 2006 arrest, conviction in Schuyler County were found on Eric Frein's nightstand during recent search of home
State numbers show 21st straight month for job growth
TDCPP is known to cause cancer; chemical is now banned from products such as toys, car seats in New York
Jason Fane made the comments Thursday at a public meeting regarding the project.
Expected to count for 1 percent of the university's total electricity use.
Ithaca Police issued 64 speeding in a school zone tickets during a special enforcement week earlier this month.
Tioga County has decided to end its bus service following changes to the Medical Transportation System.
An upstate New York man accused of plotting to kill members of the U.S. military and others has denied new federal charges that he tried to aid the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq.
Federal prosecutors have charged the couple accused of kidnapping two young Amish sisters in northern New York last month with sexual exploitation of children and possession of child pornography.
Police were called to Union Springs business Wednesday after report of fight; no arrests reported
Police say Dustin Shrauger was found at Buffalo-area community college thanks to GPS device
State officials announce increase in minimum, maximum payments for weekly unemployment checks
Eric Frein spent more than 100 days in Schuyler Co. jail back in 2006 for stealing from WWII reenactment site
Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick wants the city’s police officers to live within city limits.
Police Chief John Barber said he is "immensely proud" of Officer Christopher Cady’s efforts.
It was a drug deal gone bad near Cass Park in Ithaca Tuesday.
Police say the suspect in last week's fatal ambush outside a rural state police barracks belonged to a "military simulation unit" based in eastern Pennsylvania whose members play the role of soldiers from eastern Europe.
Peter Felko, 20, lived in Cortland but also had ties to the Ithaca area.
Police say employees at the popular Thai restaurant refused to hand over any money.
The New York Civil Liberties Union says data on public defenders in five counties highlights the state's ongoing failure to provide adequate criminal defense to the poor.