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.
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.
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.
An award winning filmmaker returns to Ithaca, Cornell police are on the lookout for a man who allegedly placed a camera in a women’s bathroom, and a plane slides off the runway at LaGuardia airport. All that plus weather and sports.
Ithaca College Public Safety discovers a man with an active warrant on campus, two Ithaca women are arrested after protesting the AIPAC conference, and President Obama reacts to Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech. All that plus weather and sports.
Cornell University sees a spike in thefts on campus, two new businesses will open in Ithaca this month, and Ithaca celebrates Black History Month. All that plus weather.
A renewed debate over legislation banning dogs in the Ithaca Commons, police ask for help to find a missing RIT student, and a victory in the fight for net neutrality. All that plus weather and sports.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand visits Ithaca to talk about healthy schools, minimum wage for tipped workers in New York is set to increase, and a new study shows Americans are getting less sleep. All that plus weather and sports.
Cornell University suspends another fraternity, a shortage of road salt in Ithaca could lead to a change in road conditions, and a Somalian terror group calls for attacks on American shopping malls. All that plus weather.
Senator Charles Schumer visits Ithaca to discuss truck safety, the formation of an “ice volcano” in New York, and a link is found in the recent Disneyland measles outbreak. All that plus weather and sports.
Ithaca High School’s principal vows to increase the school’s graduation rate, we take a look at a new restaurant in downtown Ithaca, and the American Sniper trial resumes. All that plus weather and sports.