Deputies: Hammondsport man threatened to kill another person with hunting kinfe

Deputies: Hammondsport man threatened to kill another person with hunting kinfe

Deputies in Steuben County arrested a Hammondsport man following an incident on Roosevelt Avenue in Bath. Jacob Webber, 18, is accused of threatening another person with a hunting knife. Deputies say he threatened to kill another person with that knife during the ... MORE
TRACKING COVID-19: Cuomo says shutdown could last months, addresses New Yorkers Monday AM (full coverage)

TRACKING COVID-19: How many cases are there in the Finger Lakes?

Follow along with updates from officials - local, state, and federal - as the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19 response continues around the region. Our 'Latest News' section will be updated around the clock. We'll be documenting school closures, public health announcements, and ... MORE
Four stranded on Cohocton River before first responders intervene (photos)

Four stranded on Cohocton River before first responders intervene (photos)

Around 4:20 p.m. the Savona Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched for four people that needed to be rescued on the Cohocton River in Bath. The incident unfolded near Scudder Road, and upon arrival – they found two males, and two females trapped ... MORE
Local bar loses liquor license after serving patrons in violation of Gov. Cuomo’s executive order

Local bar has liquor license suspended after violating NY on PAUSE

The New York State Liquor Authority says it has suspended the liquor license of Matt’s Place LLC, located at 1235 County Route 16 in Beaver Dams. The business was found operating in violation of the Governor’s Executive Order, which requires bars and ... MORE
NEW AT 3 PM: NYSEG, RG&E President Carl Taylor talks pandemic response, operations in Upstate New York (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: NYSEG, RG&E President Carl Taylor talks pandemic response, operations in Upstate New York (podcast)

While New York State Gas and Electric, or NYSEG, and Rochester Gas & Electric, or RG&E, have received a lot of headline attention for their charitable contributions to local and regional food banks – their response to the Coronavirus Pandemic has been ... MORE
Human remains being investigated by state police

Human remains being investigated by state police

The New York State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation from the Horseheads barracks is conducting an investigation into recently located human remains in the Town of Elmira. On Saturday May 9th the State Police in Horseheads received a report of an apparent ... MORE
Cuomo: Finger Lakes is ready to reopen at end of the week (video)

Cuomo: Finger Lakes is ready to reopen at end of the week (video)

On Monday, Governor Andrew Cuomo said he will be working with local governments to ensure a controlled reopening of the regional economy. That said, he confirmed that the Finger Lakes region, or Greater Rochester area will be eligible to enter ‘Phase I’ ... MORE
More turkey hunting?

More turkey hunting? DEC data breaks down 2020 increases as pandemic, meat shortages make headlines

– By Gabriel Pietrorazio Annual hunting licenses and preliminary turkey hunting permit sales for the regular spring season are on the rise, according to the New York State Department of Environmental Conversation. The sale of annual hunting licenses and turkey permits in ... MORE
Fugitive from Pennsylvania leads authorities on chase through Steuben County

Fugitive from Pennsylvania leads authorities on chase in Southern Tier

A fugitive from Pennsylvania is in custody after a chase in Steuben County. Deputies say Erich West, 39, was in a stolen pickup truck, on I-99 Thursday when he was observed by officers. He fled on foot, before stealing a motorcycle and ... MORE
Leslie Danks Burke outlines plan to address devastating impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on Southern Tier economy

Leslie Danks Burke outlines plan to address devastating impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on Southern Tier economy

Leslie Danks Burke, candidate for State Senate called for immediate action to address the devastating economic and social cost of COVID-19 on the 58th Senate district. Her team said it served as a contrast to Sen. Tom O’Mara’s announcement that he and ... MORE
HOURS OF OPERATION: Here’s who is open, closed & statements from local businesses (continuously updated)

HOURS OF OPERATION: Here’s who is open, closed & statements from local businesses (continuously updated)

Editor’s Note: If you’re looking for full-coverage of the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19 click here. This database will be the place where we post all business hours or service changes. Have something you’d like to see here? Send it to news@fingerlakes1.com.  3 ... MORE
Schuyler goes three weeks without a new case, but Yates sees confirmed positives close in on 30

Yates has second COVID death as caseload rises, Schuyler now three weeks removed from last positive

Every community is unique. Health officials say a second person has died from the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19 in Yates County. Yates County Public Health reported that the person was in their 70s and suffered from underlying conditions. There was one new ... MORE
Hornell pair charged with murder after fatal overdose investigation

Hornell pair charged with murder after fatal overdose investigation

A pair of Hornell residents have been charged with murder after an apparent fatal overdose in January. Adam Carbonell, 30, and Angela Dixon, 45, were charged with second-degree murder after selling narcotics to 33-year-old Bridgette Cologgi, who was found dead at a ... MORE
Sheriff: Follow-up will happen after 20 dogs found without shelter, needing medical attention

Sheriff: Follow-up will happen after 20 dogs found without shelter, needing medical attention

Sheriff Jim Allard reports that deputies arrested a 38-year-old Corning man following an investigation into animal cruelty. They responded to a residence on Rose Road in the town of Corning due to a report of possible cruelty. A DEC officer had previously ... MORE
Trespassing complaint leads to charges in Steuben County

Trespassing complaint leads to charges in Steuben County

Deputies arrested a 28-year-old Wayland man following a trespassing complaint in Steuben County. James Sick, 28, was charged with criminal trespass and issued an appearance ticket after entering private property without permission from the owner. Deputies say he entered a barn, and ... MORE