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Heavy snow will begin this afternoon, evening; trucks & buses banned from Thruway (full coverage)

Weather advisories expanded as moderate, heavy snow expected in most of Finger Lakes
All eyes are on the heavy snow set to impact the region tonight, and tomorrow, which will be accompanied by dangerous cold on Sunday and Monday. The National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Warnings and more than a foot of snow is expected throughout. FingerLakes1.com will provide updates throughout the event. Following along below for the latest information from... more

Palmyra resident, Monroe Co. employee killed in tragic wreck involving tractor-trailer in Rochester

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Two people were killed in a crash that involved a tractor-trailer, a car, and workers inside a sewer in Rochester on Friday. The crash happened around 8:50 a.m. at Route 104 and Hudson Avenue. Traffic in the area was shut down. James Hartman, public information officer for the Rochester Fire Department, said a tractor trailer was driving east on Rt.... more

W-FL FRIDAY: Mynderse defense stifles Newark; Gananda girls top Marion to grab league lead; Naples’ Autumn Kunes scores 1,000th

W-FL FRIDAY: Mynderse defense stifles Newark; Gananda girls top Marion to grab league lead; Naples’ Autumn Kunes scores 1,000th
The young Mynderse Blue Devils have been struggling with just a pair of league wins heading into Newark on Friday night. They would be looking to avenge their 21 point loss at home to the Reds back on December 7th.  With Newark coming off a big road win at Geneva on Tuesday, the Blue Devils would enter the game as... more

THE DEBRIEF: Albany puts pinch on small communities, and reviewing legislative proposals (podcast)

THE DEBRIEF: Albany puts pinch on small communities, and reviewing legislative proposals (podcast)
Josh Durso and Ted Baker discuss the latest news in the Finger Lakes – including a number of budget proposals at the state-level, which would have serious impact on local communities. Here are the headlines from the program: Single-use plastic bag ban could happen this year; Raising the age of tobacco purchase to 21 across NYS; Legalizing the purchase of... more

WEBCAST REPLAY: Mynderse visits Newark for Friday night Finger Lakes East boys basketball on FL1 Sports

WEBCAST REPLAY: Mynderse visits Newark for Friday night Finger Lakes East boys basketball on FL1 Sports
The Mynderse Blue Devils and senior big man Darren Miller visit the Newark Reds, fresh off their victory at Geneva on Tuesday night, for a Friday night Finger Lakes East showdown. Mynderse will try to avenge their 64-43 loss to the Reds in Seneca Falls back on December 7th. Jim Sinicropi & Tane Robinson have the call for FL1 Sports.... more

Lyons student in custody after violent lunchtime incident

Lyons student in custody after violent lunchtime fight
Lyons school district Superintendent Don Putnam says a student is in police custody after a physical altercation during lunch on Thursday. Video of the incident, which was obtained exclusively by FL1 News – shows a student jumping on, and leaping over tables – striking numerous individuals. Putnam told the Finger Lakes Times that “As soon as the incident began, the... more

FLX WEEKLY: FingerLakes1.com annual traffic stats & top local photos (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: FingerLakes1.com annual traffic stats & top local photos (podcast)
On Wednesday’s live edition of FLX Weekly we share our web traffic and subscriber numbers from 2018 and talk about the remarkable growth of FingerLakes1.com as well as some plans for the year ahead. And of course, some great local photos and a look at the weekend ahead that could include a massive weather event. . more

INSIDE THE FLX: Discussing the latest on flu season in the Finger Lakes (podcast)

The holidays are over, and winter hasn’t really felt like one – but flu season is in full-swing. According to Dr. Elizabeth Osborn, of Lifecare Medical Associates and Finger Lakes Health – the season is progressing as expected. “This season hasn’t been as bad as the last, but the illness is considered ‘widespread’ in New York,” she explained. The Centers... more

Clyde woman arrested on felony charges after Seneca County welfare fraud investigation

Clyde woman arrested on felony charges after Seneca County welfare fraud investigation
Deputies report the arrest of a Clyde woman following a welfare fraud investigation in Seneca County. Dawn M. Freeland, 49, of Clyde was charged with third-degree welfare fraud, and offering a false instrument for filing – both felonies – after an investigation into household income that wasn’t reported legally. Deputies say that Freeland failed to report household income while receiving... more

Assemblyman Manktelow calls on Gov. Cuomo to restore $59M for municipalities

Assemblyman Manktelow calls on Gov. Cuomo to restore $59M for municipalities
Assemblyman Brian Manktelow (R-Lyons) is calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to restore $59 million to the Aid and Incentives to Municipalities program in the state’s 2019-20 budget proposal. “I was concerned that the governor’s budget didn’t indicate anywhere he intended to cut spending,” Manktelow said. “But this is certainly not the place to do it. We don’t want to bankrupt... more

W-FL THURSDAY: Naples survives Dundee in OT; Lyons keeps rolling; Waterloo tops Pal-Mac

W-FL THURSDAY: Naples survives Dundee in OT; Lyons keeps rolling; Waterloo tops Pal-Mac
Another Wild West encounter in Dundee on Thursday night had the visiting Big Green of Naples narrowly escaping with a 64-61 overtime win over the Scots. Dundee fouled Naples forward Adam Quarterman with no time remaining in regulation. Quarterman made one of two free throws to tie the game at 57 and force overtime. In the extra period, Naples point... more

Sodus man arrested on felony charges, held on no bail after domestic incident in Seneca Falls

Police: Sodus man
Police say a Sodus man is being held without bail after police were called to a domestic incident. On January 12th the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Christopher A. Lennox, 26, of Sodus. He was charged with second-degree criminal trespass, unlawful imprisonment, endangering the welfare of a child, and harassment. Police say the arrest stems from a domestic dispute that... more

W-FL WEDNESDAY: Forbes ties school record & signs to play at NCCC as Midlakes beats Waterloo; VanAken joins 1,000 point club

W-FL WEDNESDAY: Alaina Forbes ties school record with 41 & announces college choice as Midlakes beats Waterloo
Midlakes standout senior Alaina Forbes continues to build on her resume as one of the all-time great Screaming Eagles as she tied a school record with 41 points on Wednesday night en route to a 67-42 win over Waterloo. It was Midlakes’ 12th straight win as they remain undefeated on the season. After the game Forbes signed her letter of intent... more

“The Young Americans” will hold workshop at Newark High School in March

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“The Young Americans” will hold a two-day performance workshop at Newark High School March 8th and 9th as part of a brand new performing arts workshop tour of the Eastern Region of the US and Canada for the entire month of March. Young Americans Performing Arts Workshops employ an incredible combination of energy, teamwork, and confidence, using music as the... more

Wayne County murder suspect indicted on additional charges

Wayne County murder suspect indicted on additional charges
The man accused of murdering a woman and her baby in Wayne County has been indicted on additional charges. A grand jury charged Alberto Reyes with fraud and misuse of a permanent resident alien card, fraud and misuse of a Social Security card, unlawful re-entry by a removed alien. The 26 year old is also facing an evidence tampering charge. Deputies... more
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