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State Police: Two killed, three hospitalized in overnight Thruway crash near Exit 41

Two killed in Thruway crash overnight; three others hospitalized
Two people have died in a crash along the New York State Thruway near Exit 41. The crash was initially reported around 12:30 a.m. west of State Route 89 near the Montezuma Wildlife Refuge. Three other people were transported to Strong Memorial Hospital and Upstate Medical Center. One person is listed in critical condition at Upstate, while two others are... more

Bills improve to 5-1 with win over Dolphins (full coverage)

BILLS GAME DAY: Buffalo takes on Miami at New Era Field (preview, media & info)
The Buffalo Bills, for one half, looked like they might be the “same old Bills” to trigger a letdown by losing to the winless Miami Dolphins. Instead, cheered by their fans, the Bills rallied to score 15 unanswered points, held off their division foes, and took the win, 31-21. It was Tre Day at New Era Field. Cornerback Tre’Davious White... more

New domestic violence shelter will serve Seneca, Yates, and Ontario counties

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A new push to help those escaping domestic violence is now bringing new refuge. According to Executive Director of Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes Marisa Rubé, paperwork is now underway on the area’s newest safe shelter The shelter will serve people living in Yates, Ontario, and Seneca counties. In a statement to News10NBC, Rubé said the following: “While this... more

Cuomo defends use of racial slur in radio interview last week

Cuomo defends use of racial slur in radio interview last week
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday defended quoting the n-word in a live radio interview, pointing to the word being used directly in a Times article about discrimination against Italians he was referencing. “I was directly quoting The New York Times which wrote an article about offensive slurs to Italian Americans that were also racially offensive,” Cuomo said a news conference... more

Haunted House in Clifton Springs raises thousands for charity

Haunted House in Clifton Springs raises thousands for charity
It’s a haunted house run by students in Clifton Springs, and it’s already brought in a hair-raising amount for charity. Midlakes senior Coby Reals has been designing haunted houses annually since he was a kid. He decided to go for an upgrade this year, and use the third floor of the Village Hall. This year’s theme is “High School Horrors,”... more

Rebuild NY Now launches new statewide infrastructure campaign

Rebuild NY Now launches new statewide infrastructure campaign
A coalition of construction and business groups this week launched a renewed effort to push for infrastructure investments in New York, including an ad campaign highlighting the potential job creation and environmental and health hazards that need to be fixed. “New York has critical infrastructure needs and it is no surprise that it has one of the worst rankings in... more

Medal of Honor recipient David Bellavia not running for congress in 27th District

Medal of Honor recipient David Bellavia not running for congress
Medal of Honor recipient David Bellavia will not be running for Chris Collins’ vacant congressional seat. Bellavia released this statement on Sunday. “My service to our great community and country is unwavering, but I have a new responsibility to the U.S. Army. The Medal of Honor recognition is providing me with an incredible opportunity to serve at a level not... more

CANDIDATE SNAPSHOT: Cataldo brings balance of activism, business background to campaign

CANDIDATE SNAPSHOT:
Tamarie Cataldo contends for a seat on City Council to become Councilor At-Large on behalf of the Democratic Party. Cataldo, a co-founder of the Foundry Action Committee, an activist with the Geneva Women’s Assembly and owner of the New Hall Diner feels invigorated this election cycle to succeed. “I’m really inspired mostly by the new term of council,” Cataldo said.... more

Cuomo directs 2 percent spending cap at agencies, departments for 2020-21

Cuomo directs 2 percent spending cap at agencies, departments for 2020-21
Spending growth should once again be held at 2 percent for state agencies and departments in the coming 2020-2021 fiscal year, Division of Budget Director Robert Mujica wrote to state commissioners in a letter on Friday. Mujica writes New York continues to face “economic headwinds due to the trade war, as well as policies imposed by President Donald Trump’s administration... more

WATCH & LISTEN: Discussing the future of Trinity Church in Geneva on Inside the FLX (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Discussing the future of the Trinity Church in Geneva (podcast)
What’s the best case scenario for a sprawling, historic church that doesn’t have enough of a congregation to support it’s maintenance and future? Between 2010 and 2015 church redevelopment projects nearly tripled across the U.S. That’s according to a survey, which highlighted the change back in 2016. The bottom line: Congregations are shrinking, and repurposing the historic structures that many... more

A CORONATION AT THE COLLEGES: Dr. Joyce P. Jacobsen celebrates inauguration ceremony, becoming the next HWS president

A CORONATION AT THE COLLEGES: Dr. Joyce P. Jacobsen celebrates inauguration ceremony, becoming the next HWS president
Despite some clouds and rain, Hobart and William Smith Colleges’ President Joyce P. Jacobsen’s inauguration ceremony remained outside in front of the historic Coxe Hall on Friday. A scenic fall day in the Finger Lakes was full of pomp and circumstances on campus, which sets a new precedent for the Colleges as they formally acknowledge Jacobsen as the first woman... more

Police: Waterloo man accused of sexually abusing 4-year-old

Police: Waterloo man accused of sexually abusing 4-year-old
A Waterloo man has been accused of sexually abusing a 4-year-old, according to reports out of Wayne County. According to the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Casey Tourtellotte, 38, was charged with first-degree sex abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. The information was listed on the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office mobile app. The information listed in the Sheriff’s database... more

Cayuga County committee moves to hire emergency services director

Cayuga County committee moves to hire emergency services director
It’s not often that resolutions are met with applause or exclamations of “hallelujah” and “finally,” but that’s what happened Tuesday when a Cayuga County Legislature committee voted to approve hiring a new director for the county’s Emergency Management Office. The Legislature’s Ways and Means committee voted in favoring of hiring a new Director of Emergency Management Services, which leads the... more

New York pharmacies now required to inform people about drug recalls

New York pharmacies now required to inform people about drug recalls
A new state law requires pharmacies to inform people of class 1 drug recalls made by the Food and Drug Administration within seven days. A class 1 recall means the drug has a high probability of causing serious adverse consequences or death. Previously, there was no requirement for pharmacies to tell people that a drug they received was recalled. The... more
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