Two high school graduates, one hospital employee awarded Schuyler Hospital Auxiliary scholarships

Two high school graduates, one hospital employee awarded Schuyler Hospital Auxiliary scholarships

Two local high school graduates planning on entering the healthcare field, alone with one hospital employee furthering her education, have received $1,000 scholarships from the Schuyler Hospital Auxiliary. 

Caitlin Murphy
Schumer announces $49 million for Cornell's Chess Lab

Schumer announces $49 million for Cornell's Chess Lab

Senator Chuck Schumer secured $49 million in federal funding for Cornell University's High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS) laboratory.

Chris Johnson
First ever Finger Lakes Trail Days around the corner

First ever Finger Lakes Trail Days around the corner

The Festival begins at 5pm on Friday, July 26th with a concert featuring the Grammy Award-winning bluegrass band, Steep Canyon Rangers.

Chris Johnson
Steuben Co. joins nationwide class action lawsuit against drug makers

Steuben Co. joins nationwide class action lawsuit against drug makers

The names of the 20 companies were not named in the press release from Steuben County. On Monday morning, the Steuben County Legislature approved to retain a lawyer to move forward with the lawsuit.    

Nick Quattrini
Gerard's corner takes one step closer to redevelopment

Gerard's corner takes one step closer to redevelopment

ELMIRA, NY (WENY) -- The City of Elmira is moving one step closer to redeveloping Gerard's Corner into new affordable housing units and another building on Carroll Street. The City Council voted to enter into an agreement with Empire State Development to get around $500,000 in grant funding. 

Nick Phillips
Gov. Cuomo signs bill criminalizing 'revenge porn'

Gov. Cuomo signs bill criminalizing 'revenge porn'

 Tuesday, Governor Cuomo signed a bill criminalizing revenge porn.

Caitlin Murphy
Grease trap tragedy: heartbroken mother on toddler's death

Grease trap tragedy: heartbroken mother on toddler's death

Tenitia Cullum, the mother of the 3-year-old boy who died after falling into a grease trap, is speaking out.

Woodstock 50 again denied permit with festival weeks away

Woodstock 50 again denied permit with festival weeks away

Local officials have repeatedly denied permit applications amid concerns about planning for up to 65,000 people coming to this largely rural area on short notice.

Review urged after 3 parolees charged in separate homicides

Review urged after 3 parolees charged in separate homicides

The Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association says there should be an exhaustive review to determine if something was done wrong.

NY state police lag behind agencies nationwide on camera use

NY state police lag behind agencies nationwide on camera use

The New York State Police say they did have vehicles outfitted with cameras in the past but couldn't afford to maintain or upgrade the equipment. They also don't have body cameras.