An Ithaca groundskeeper is charged with felony, and the Tompkins County Public Library celebrates Nelson Mandela. All that plus sports and weather.
Tonight Newswatch 16: an arrest has been made in connection to a robbery in Lansing, a redesign of classrooms in the Ithaca School District aims to foster increased creativity and Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick has been invited to the White House to give his input on a new federal program.
Our reporter investigates when potholes in Ithaca will be filled and a local organization unites volunteers and volunteer opportunities. All that plus weather and sports.
Violence erupts in Kiev, a local Ithaca band releases a new album and the Cornell Plantations receive a large grant. All that plus sports and weather.
Collegetown moves toward re-zoning, Ithaca teachers have their own “winter recess,” and an exclusive interview with a teacher’s aide arrested on larceny charges. All that and more, plus weather and sports.
Details on a fire at a lumber facility in Owego, a recap of Ithaca’s annual Chili Cook-Off, and the latest on a heroin bust in Groton. All that plus weather and more.
Updates on the Jamel Booker trial, a look ahead at the 2014 congressional races, and two brothers are cleared in a lottery scam case. That with weather and sports updates.
The Ithaca Police Department issues a warning regarding car break ins, the SPCA of Tompkins County is called out by PETA, and a Horseheads woman is charged with attempted murder. That and weather updates.
A local politician announces her run for congress, the trial for Jamel Booker begins, and gorge safety tips. That with sports and weather. .
We were at Ithaca City Court for the arraignment of a Cornell wrestler charged with rape, Nate Silver comes to Ithaca, and a new complex has opened in Ithaca for homeless people. That and weather updates.
We have the latest on a Cornell student charged with rape, a drug bust in Ithaca, and how the sequester will effect the Tompkins County Airport. That with weather and sports updates.