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Steuben County Restricting Smoking at Parks

Steuben County is working to make its parks tobacco-free. >>

Tioga Downs Planning For November Hotel Opening

Officials at Tioga Downs say they're anticipating a November opening for the new hotel. >>

Senator Schumer Pushes for Approval of Elmira Medical College

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was at Arnot Ogden Medical Center this afternoon in support of establishing a new four year medical college in the city. >>

Spartans Stifle Seneca Indians

The Edison Baseball team shutout Watkins Glen/Odessa-Montour 17-0 on Friday afternoon. >>

Spartans Stifle Seneca Indians

The Edison Baseball team shutout Watkins Glen/Odessa-Montour 17-0 on Friday afternoon. >>

Spartans Stifle Seneca Indians

The Edison Baseball team shutout Watkins Glen/Odessa-Montour 17-0 on Friday afternoon. >>

EC Softball Shut Out By Utica College

The Elmira College Softball team fell to Utica College 5-0 in Game 1 of a doubleheader on Friday afternoon. >>

EC Softball Shut Out By Utica College

The Elmira College Softball team fell to Utica College 5-0 in Game 1 of a doubleheader on Friday afternoon. >>

EC Softball Shut Out By Utica College

The Elmira College Softball team fell to Utica College 5-0 in Game 1 of a doubleheader on Friday afternoon. >>

New Information on the Fatal Car Accident on West Hill Road

The Chemung County Sheriff's Office has released more information about a fatal Motor Vehicle Accident on West Hill Road near the City Line. >>

'Look Out' in Kelley Clayton Murder Sentenced on Monday

Mark Blandford was originally charged with second-degree murder, but plead guilty to second degree manslaughter after he testified against Thomas Clayton, Kelley's husband, during his murder trial. >>

Gillibrand Urges Appropriations Committee to Designate HUD Funding

In 2016, New York State received $45,961,285 in CDBG funding. Locally, Elmira received $1,088,208 in 2016 as well. >>

Cornell's 100 Year Old Fuertes Observatory in Need of Repairs

The Cornell Astronomical Society has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help raise funds for the next generation of star gazers. >>

World War I exhibit opening at New York State Museum

The New York State Museum is opening a new exhibit on the Empire State's experience in World War I. >>

Cosby loses bid to question accuser before trial

Bill Cosby has lost his bid to question his accuser in court before his sexual-assault case goes to trial near Philadelphia. >>

Proposed bill to limit opioid prescriptions for acute pain

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is teaming up with Senator John McCain to combat opioid addiction. >>

FBI director: Public should be sensitive to fake news

FBI Director James Comey says Americans should be mindful of foreign efforts to undermine confidence in U.S. elections. >>

Good news, procrastinators: Tax deadline pushed to Tuesday

Don't freak out if you haven't finished your taxes. The IRS is giving last-minute filers a reprieve until Tuesday. >>

US drops largest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan

The US military has dropped an enormous bomb in Afghanistan, according to four US military officials with direct knowledge of the mission. >>

Lawyer says United apology was ístagedí

A lawyer for the passenger who was dragged from a United Express flight says he and his client accept the airline CEO's public apology but think it was insincere. >>

Schumer coming to Elmira in support of new medical college

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer will be in Elmira Friday to push accreditation officials to immediately approve the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine-Elmira College proposal. >>

Local Medical Staff Weighs in on Impact of Drugs Amongst Babies

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Now a local hospital is reminding residents of the impact drugs are having on newborn babies now more than ever. >>

Doctor who saved trooper testifies against Frein

The doctor who worked to save a critically wounded Pennsylvania trooper described his efforts during testimony at the trial of a survivalist sniper accused of shooting the trooper and killing another one in the 2014 attack. >>

Little Red Beats Blue Raiders

The Ithaca Boys Lacrosse team beat Horseheads 15-2 on Thursday afternoon at Horseheads High School. >>

Little Red Beats Blue Raiders

The Ithaca Boys Lacrosse team beat Horseheads 15-2 on Thursday afternoon at Horseheads High School. >>


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