A group protesting a local gas storage facility is arrested, the possibility of reducing carbon emissions in Tompkins County, and an attack on a synagogue in West Jerusalem. All that plus weather and sports.
A new campaign begins at the Tompkins County Library, the results of the 56th annual Cortaca game are in, and stores across the country begin to prepare for Black Friday.
Mayor Svante Myrick receives an award, a look ahead to safety measures in place for Cortaca weekend, and an unmanned spacecraft lands successfully on a comet. All that plus weather and sports.
A look at what local universities are doing to prevent sexual assaults, the remains of a POW are returned to Ithaca, and Veterans Day celebrations take place across the world. All that plus weather and sports.
The return of Gallery Night in downtown Ithaca, a new type of apple from Cornell University goes on sale at Wegmans, and Germany celebrates the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. All that plus weather.
A judge’s ruling ends a lawsuit over Ithaca High School censorship, an update on the death at a local Rescue Mission, and Facebook is launching a fundraising campaign to help groups fighting Ebola. All that plus weather and sports.
Voters head to the polls for Election Day, a Rochester diocese enacts travel restrictions to West Africa, and Adrian Peterson appears in court on child abuse charges. All that plus weather and sports.
An arrest has been made in an Ithaca burglary, we take a look at a local bookstore that’s making national headlines, and the New York City marathon takes place. All that plus weather.
Ithaca College receives a maple syrup grant, a fatal hit-and-run accident in Syracuse, and police catch the suspect in the shooting of a Pennsylvania trooper. All that plus weather and sports.
An attempted burglary at a downtown eatery, a look at how the local SPCA utilizes volunteers to help rehabilitate animals, and lava from a volcano threatens towns in Hawaii. All that plus weather and sports.