Opening day at the Ithaca Farmers Market, an Ithaca resident appears on Jeopardy, and jury deliberations begin in the Boston Marathon bombing trial. All that plus weather and sports.
TCAT could be at risk of losing some of its federal funding, a sex offender is arrested on the Cornell University campus, and new information regarding a South Carolina police officer accused of shooting an unarmed man. All that plus weather and sports.
Locals seek to build community through art, the Ithaca Farmers Market opens for the season, and two historical sites are designated in Ithaca. All that plus weather.
Actress Geena Davis visits Ithaca College to speak on gender equality, a man tries to start a fire at the Ithaca Planned Parenthood, and Islamic militants attack a university in Kenya. All that plus weather and sports.
The truck driver in the Simeons crash is ticketed, a new Ethiopian restaurant finds a home in downtown Ithaca, and a hostage situation in an Istanbul courthouse. All that plus weather and sports.
Students at Cornell University celebrate Dragon Day, a nursing home alternative opens in Ithaca, and two bodies are found at the site of the New York City building explosion. All that plus weather.
A video filmed at Cornell University gains national attention, the new City Hall in Your Neighborhood initiative gets underway, and new information regarding the Germanwings airplane crash. All that plus weather and sports.
Two Ithaca women are injured in separate freak car accidents, Wegmans recalls frozen bags of spinach, and a plane crashes in the French Alps. All that plus weather and sports.
Local restaurants respond to the tipped wage increase in New York State, two Ithaca residents are arrested for protesting drone strikes, and Singapore’s former prime minister passes away. All that plus weather.
Wegmans issues a recall on walnuts, four new business open in downtown Ithaca, and a shooting suspect in Arizona is taken into custody. All that plus weather and sports.
A proposed Danby residence would house two Level 3 sex offenders, the Ithaca Public Education Initiative awards grants to Ithaca City Schools, and Robert Durst appears in court. All that plus weather and sports.