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Bills suffer second loss of season after losing 31-13 to Eagles (full coverage)

BILLS GAME DAY: Buffalo takes on Philadelphia today (preview, media & info)
The Philadelphia Eagles opened the second half with the longest rushing touchdown the Bills had given up all year. Miles Sanders went right up the gut and took it 65 yards to the house. After that, the Bills were never able to take back the lead. The Eagles leave Orchard Park with a 31-13 win to hand Buffalo its second... more

W-FL High School Football Sectional Scoreboard

W-FL High School Football Sectional Scoreboard
Quarterfinals begin on Friday and Saturday for a handful of W-FL high school football teams. However, there are a couple W-FL teams that will play in the Connors and Ferris Bowl games on Thursday. There will also be a crossover game on Thursday. Make sure to check back here throughout the weekend for all of the results. Thursday, Oct 24,... more

FLX WEEKLY: Veterans Stand Down/Job Fair & Peak Foliage for the last weekend of October in the Finger Lakes (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: Veterans Stand Down/Job Fair & Peak Foliage for the last weekend of October in the Finger Lakes (podcast)
Jack O’Conner & Sue Smith join us in-studio to talk about the upcoming Veterans Stand Down/Job Fair coming up on November 2nd at the Waterloo VFW. Also, a preview of your last weekend of October in the Finger Lakes as foliage is nearing peak locally.  . more

Cuomo announces $41M for Wayne County to prevent Lake Ontario flooding

Cuomo announces $41M for Wayne County to prevent Lake Ontario flooding
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Wednesday that the state is providing $43 million for Monroe County and $41 million for Wayne County for a total of $84 million to advance 43 projects across the two regions as part of the first round of funding under the Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative, or REDI. REDI was launched by... more

Trial likely in case of ex-Barrington official

Trial likely in case of ex-Barrington official
A trial could be held early next year for the town of Barrington’s former code enforcement officer. Motions in the case of John Griffin were argued Tuesday in Yates County Court. Griffin faces felony charges of offering a false instrument for filing and issuing a false certificate, and a misdemeanor charge of criminal impersonation. Griffin was indicted in June by... more

Are Thruway toll hikes coming soon? Report says they’re inevitable

Are New York Thruway toll hikes coming? Report says they’re inevitable
A report by the Democrat & Chronicle suggests that toll increases along the New York State Thruway could be coming soon. The timing comes as the Thruway Authority moves forward with cashless tolling, which is expected to ‘go live’ this upcoming year. The uncertainly could be troublesome for the Thruway’s bond rating and its costs to borrow for road repairs,... more

Concerns over Waterloo solar farm raised at Supervisors meeting

Concerns over Waterloo solar farm raised at Supervisors meeting
Concerns about a proposed 500-acre solar panel farm in the town of Waterloo surfaced at Tuesday’s Agriculture & Environmental Affairs Committee of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors. Board chairman Bob Shipley, R-Waterloo, told the committee he’s been approached by property owners in the Packwood, Serven, Border City and Pre-Emption Road area with questions and concerns about the project — proposed by... more

Following public concern, Lansing supervisor denies developer donation impacted vote

Following public concern, Lansing supervisor denies developer donation impacted vote
A recent vote regarding a big development in Lansing has stirred some controversy. At a Lansing Town Board meeting last week, it came to a head when some members of the public voiced concern with a recent vote by Town Supervisor Ed LaVigne, who voted to extend the construction date of the Village Solars project. LaVigne, a Republican, is currently... more

After shattered break walls, residents looking for help with solutions along Lake Ontario

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In addition to experiencing heavy flooding in 2019, some living along the Lake Ontario shoreline had their concrete break walls shattered when enormous waves smashed into them. Douglas Dobson, President of the Crescent Beach Association, is one of those residents, and he wants to build new barriers along the beach. Dobson says through all the damage this year, there’s one... more

Couple ordered to pay more than $11K after being sentenced on animal abuse charges in Schuyler County

Couple ordered to pay more than $11K after being sentenced on animal abuse charges in Schuyler County
An Oswego County couple was sentenced to time served, but will have to pay more than $11,000 back to the Schuyler County Humane Society after admitting to leaving three dogs and several cats behind when they left a rented home. The two were convicted of animal abuse in Tyrone Town Court. Teresa Allen, 50, and Jason Trojanowski, 39, pleaded guilty... more

Newfield man charged with sexual abuse of child

Newfield man charged with sexual abuse of child
A Newfield man was arrested on sex abuse charges, according to authorities. Deputies say Remanu J. Phillips, 29, of Newfield, has been charged with felony sexual abuse following a complaint that an adult was having sexual contact with a child younger than 11 years old. He was charged with first-degree sexual abuse, a felony, arraigned in Town of Ithaca Court... more

Family from Penn Yan threatens another lawsuit over religious exemption battle involving autistic child

Family from Penn Yan threatens another lawsuit over religious exemption battle involving autistic child
The 11-year-old boy with severe autism whose medical vaccine exemption was denied earlier this year was denied once again. This year, for the first time, Thorn Schwartz had his medical exemption from vaccines denied, so Thorn has been barred from his school for more than a month. News10NBC learned he and his family got more bad news. Carl Schwartz, Thorn’s... more

Gov. Cuomo signs new law restricting non-profits from endorsing candidates

Gov. Cuomo signs new law restricting non-profits from endorsing candidates
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed new legislation Wednesday that restricts non-profit corporations from endorsing or opposing any political candidate. “For too long we have listened to the Trump administration threaten to remove common sense protections prohibiting tax exempt organizations from engaging in inappropriate political activities,” Cuomo said in a press release. “New Yorkers have a right to free and fair elections,... more

Nine residents displaced by fire at University Park Apartments in Lansing

Nine residents displaced by fire at University Park Apartments in Lansing
The American Red Cross is assisting nine people from five families who became displaced by a fire Monday night at University Park Apartments in Lansing. All of the residents got out safely, according to the apartment complex’s receptionist. The apartment complex is at 87 Uptown Road. Roughly 15 people escaped from the fire, firefighters said. Six units had burns, and... more

Local researchers working to develop E. coli vaccine

Local researchers working to develop E. coli vaccine
Rochester Clinical Research is working to develop an E. coli vaccine. Researchers say E. coli causes hundreds of thousands of infections in the U.S. each year. While many are harmless, some strains have developed a resistance to antibiotics in recent years. Rochester Clinical Research is developing a vaccine to prevent blood, lung and kidney infections from E. coli. They are... more

Newark Middle School students take part in reading program

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You could say that every one of the 474 sixth, seventh and eighth graders at Newark Middle School have all recently been on the same page. That’s because they’re all reading “Restart,” by children and young adults fiction writer Gordon Korman about a 13-year-old Middle School bully and football team star named Chase Ambrose who gets amnesia after a fall... more

Crash snarls traffic during rain on Tuesday near Waterloo Premium Outlets

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First responders were called to the scene of a multi-vehicle crash near the Waterloo Premium Outlets along Route 318 in Tuesday. The call came in around 4:30 p.m. Firefighters, emergency personnel and police were on-scene directing traffic. No additional information was immediately available. However, Finger Lakes News Radio published the below photos taken by Jim Schreck from the scene. To... more
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