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Pedestrian in stable condition at Upstate Hospital after being struck by pickup truck in Auburn

Pedestrian transported to Upstate after being struck by pickup truck in Auburn
A 26-year-old Auburn man is listed in stable condition at Upstate Medical Center after an accident Tuesday, according to Finger Lakes News Radio. The 26-year-old was struck by a pickup truck near the intersection of South Fulton and East Genesee streets in the city. Police said the victim was walking north in a crosswalk on South Fulton when he was... more

Woodstock 50 could be relocating to Vernon Downs

Woodstock 50 could be relocating to Vernon Downs
Woodstock 50 could be relocating to the Vernon Downs Casino Hotel, according to a report from WKTV. The casino is one of five or six venues under consideration for the festival’s relocation, confirmed by Vernon Town Supervisor Randy Watson and Vernon Downs officials. The festival, still scheduled for August 16 through August 18, is only two months away. The location... more

Cuomo touts aggressive climate control plan

Cuomo touts aggressive climate control plan
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday touted a climate change meant to reduce carbon emissions and shift the state renewable energy sources within the next several decades. The measure includes the requirement that the Department of Environmental Conservation publish regulations aimed at achieving a 85 percent decline in greenhouse gas levels from 1990 levels by 2050. Cuomo called the measure “the... more

Late Batavia surge keeps Doubledays from first win; doubleheader Wednesday on FL1 Radio

Late Batavia surge keeps Doubledays from first win; doubleheader Wednesday on FL1 Radio
The Doubledays brought the bats to Western New York in hopes of securing their first win on the 2019 schedule, but a late surge by the Batavia Muckdogs (2-2) was enough to stave off Auburn (0-4) in a 7-5 game. The Muckdogs struck first at Dwyer Stadium tonight, as 2019 draftee Nic Ready plated lead-off man JD Orr with an... more

Fallen tree cuts power for 250 customers in Yates County

Fallen tree cuts power for 250 customers in Yates County
After a large tree toppled over during a windstorm mid-day on June 14 at the corner of Hamilton and Clinton Streets, a portion of the village, and about 250 customers were without power for several hours. Penn Yan Director of Public Works Brent Bodine says as many as 500 to 600 customers were affected by short power interruptions of between... more

FL1 SPORTS PODCAST: Waterloo softball program celebrates Sectional title & successful 2019 season (podcast)

FL1 SPORTS PODCAST: Waterloo softball program celebrates Sectional title & successful 2019 season (podcast)
After winning their first Sectional Title since 2010, four captains and head coach Kierstyn DeCory will be in-studio on Tuesday afternoon to talk about their successful 2019 season. Morgan Kapp, Jordan Colegrove, Jillian Panek and Emma Smithers will be live on the FL1 Sports Podcast. . more

Where do Tyus Battle & Oshae Brissett sit in final NBA mock drafts?

Where do Tyus Battle & Oshae Brissett sit in final NBA mock drafts?
Syracuse fans should prepare themselves for the worst when the NBA Draft takes place on Thursday, at least if the final spate of expert mock drafts and lists are to be trusted. Only one nationally recognized expert, The Athletic’s Sam Vecenie, put either Tyus Battle or Oshae Brissett in a position to be drafted. Vecenie ranked Brissett as the No.... more

FRESH TAKES: Kings of the North, Woodland at Pebble & Anthony Davis to Lakers (podcast)

FRESH TAKES: Kings of the North, Woodland at Pebble & Anthony Davis to Lakers (podcast)
This week Paul Russo and Nick Felice give their final thoughts on the NBA Finals and the league’s first ever Canadian champions, the Toronto Raptors. Also, a recap of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach which was won by Gary Woodland and reaction to the Anthony Davis acquisition by the Los Angeles Lakers. . more

Drivers split on prospects of cashless tolls along NYS Thruway

Drivers split on prospects of cashless tolls along NYS Thruway
Cashless tolling is coming for the New York State Thruway, Governor Cuomo announced. The governor’s office says the Thruway Authority Board of Directors selected a Design-Build team which will work to install cashless tolling along the Thruway. The cashless tolls are expected to be in place by 2020. Cashless tolling is currently in place in the lower Hudson Valley Region... more

Yanks make it two-in-a-row over Rays

Yanks make it two-in-a-row over Rays
Cameron Maybin’s consistent refrain has been that he will not waste energy worrying about things that are out of his control, such as the security of his roster spot. The veteran outfielder prefers to let his performance speak for itself, and with each big swing, the Yankees’ upcoming decision seems to grow more difficult. While Aaron Judge aims to rejoin... more

Penn Yan board considering senior housing moratorium

Penn Yan board considering senior housing moratorium
Less than two months after losing a court decision, village officials are considering a six-month moratorium on new senior citizen housing facilities. The village board held a public hearing on the issue during its meeting Tuesday evening. The only person who spoke was attorney Alan Knauf, who is representing developer David Genecco. Genecco wants to build eight townhouse-style units for... more

Mets offense comes alive in 10-2 win in Atlanta

Mets offense comes alive in 10-2 win in Atlanta
About two and a half hours prior to first pitch on Tuesday, the Mets gathered into the SunTrust Park visiting clubhouse for a team meeting. Throughout this season, the Mets have held various meetings for various reasons, yet this one seemed weightier than manager Mickey Callaway’s usual pep talks. Less than a day earlier, after the Mets dropped their fourth... more

Is an Auburn zoning amendment the first step to a large-scale solar project?

Is an Auburn zoning amendment the first step to a large-scale solar project?
A proposed amendment to Auburn’s zoning code could be the beginning of a large-scale solar project at the city’s landfill site. The city council will vote on the amendment Thursday. Along with adding solar definitions to the city code, the amendment would allow a large-scale solar energy system to be permitted under special use in the resource recovery zoning district... more

New home of National Women’s Hall of Fame has own women’s history

New home of National Women’s Hall of Fame has own women’s history
It may be the best possible location for the National Women’s Hall of Fame. A place honoring 276 American women of achievement will move into a renovated space that once housed the Seneca Knitting Mill, a local industry that employed hundreds of women, many of them immigrants or daughters of immigrants, during its 155-year history. In addition, two of the... more

Constitutional concerns remain about mobile sports betting

Constitutional concerns remain about mobile sports betting
Allowing bets on sporting events on mobile devices continued to stall at the Capitol on Tuesday, as Democrats in the Assembly continue to have concerns over the measure’s constitutionality. The bill, approved in the state Senate on Monday, would allow sports bets to take place on apps for smartphones and tablets, with severs placed in casinos. But Assembly Speaker Carl... more

Deputies: Woman hurt following domestic incident in Wayne County

Deputies: Woman hurt following domestic incident in Wayne County
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 27-year-old Williamson resident following an investigation into a domestic incident. Cody C. Thompson, 27, of Williamson is accused of grabbing an unidentified female victim on June 16th at his residence, causing obstruction of breathing. The victim was then shoved, according to deputies. She sustained injuries as result. Thompson was charged... more

New York allows undocumented immigrants to get driver’s licenses

New York allows undocumented immigrants to get driver’s licenses
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill allowing undocumented immigrants to apply for driver’s licenses in New York, his office said Monday night. The state Senate approved the bill moments after a statement indicating Cuomo would sign it was issued, 33-29. The Assembly approved the bill earlier this month. Cuomo only hours earlier raised the possibility of a veto of... more
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