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New felony charges filed against attempted murder suspect after violent SF stabbing

Police: Suspect charged with attempted murder after Seneca Falls stabbing
New charges filed after violent domestic incident; victim still in hospital recovering from stabbing New charges were filed against the man accused of violently stabbing a female victim on Chapin and Garden Street in Seneca Falls on August 17th. Christopher Freeman, 32, who had no permanent address when police arrested him, had already been charged with second-degree attempted murder, first-degree... more

Imagine getting 33 robocalls in an hour: Local family talks about their experience

Imagine getting 33 robocalls in an hour: Local family talks about their experience
How much do you hate robocalls? All the major phone companies signed a pact with state attorneys general and the federal government to put a stop to them. It could have helped one local business on Thursday. Their records show one robocall every two minutes. And News10NBC was at the business counting the calls on Friday. It happened at the... more

Auburn City Council to consider solar array on city landfill

Auburn City Council to consider solar array on city landfill
The Auburn City Council is set to consider a land lease agreement next month that would allow the development of a solar array on top of one of the city’s old landfills. At Thursday’s council meeting, Director of Capital Improvement Program and Grants Christina Selvek presented the council with a draft of the lease agreement with Abundant Solar LLC. Continue reading... more

Bills take down the Lions in preseason match-up

Bills take down the Lions in preseason match-up
The Bills first-team offense got an extended look on Friday. The starters played six drives, totaling the entire first half in Buffalo’s 24-20 victory in Detroit. Buffalo’s offense struggled early as their first three drives ended in two punts and a turnover. On the fourth drive, Buffalo would finally put points on the board with an Isaiah McKenzie touchdown run.... more

State police report uptick in hate crimes

State police report uptick in hate crimes
In 2019, New York State Police say there has been an increase in reported hate crimes. In Greece, investigators are still looking for the person that spray-painted on North Greece Road Church of Christ back in April. In Geneva, a 12-year-old girl was arrested for drawing swastikas on several buildings including a church in July. Most recently in Brighton, 18-year-old Evan Dombroski was charged with... more

Auburn City Council to ask state for more specific harmful algae data

Auburn City Council to ask state for more specific harmful algae data
The Auburn City Council asked staff Thursday to draft a letter to the state reiterating concerns first raised last year regarding at what levels it reports the toxins found in harmful algal blooms. In 2017, the state Department of Health began to change when it reports microcystin, a toxin produced by the cyanobacteria that form harmful algal blooms, is found in drinking... more

Cuomo signs bill to protect veterans from scammers

Cuomo signs bill to protect veterans from scammers
Governor Cuomo signed the Pension Poaching Prevention Act on Friday. The legislation protects veterans and their families from pension poaching and other scams that can impact their financial situations. It also prohibits any entity from receiving compensation for helping veterans and their dependents prepare a claim. The bill will take effect 120 days after it becomes a law. Continue reading... more

New study finds repeated head hits are damaging the brain

New study finds repeated head hits are damaging the brain
We know football players who get concussions are experiencing a brain injury, but what about those who go undiagnosed? A new study out of the University of Rochester targets a specific part of the brain that’s affected by concussion and brain injuries that don’t even show symptoms. Ryan Paolini played football for eight years. He recalls a time he “might”... more

Possible vaping-related death sparks warnings

Possible vaping-related death sparks warnings
The Dewey Avenue Smoke Shop is stocked with e-cigarettes. They’re a popular item for people looking to quit smoking. “I would say most people vaping are ex-smokers,” said Noah Scheuerman, manager. “I don’t see many people starting with vaping.” But, on Friday, new warnings were issued about the popular practice following what’s believed to be the first vaping-related death in... more