Rochester Charlie Tan, a 19-year-old accused in the shooting death of his father, pleaded not guilty to a charge of murder at his arraignment Thursday in Rochester. Updated 01:15 PM
The FAA says Delta Flight 1086 slid off the side of runway 13 at around 11:20 a.m. shortly after landing.
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A forensic investigator is back on the stand in the Cal Harris murder trial. Harris is accused of killing his wife in 2001. Tamara Lindstrom has more.
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Schuyler County Investigators Work to Determine Source of Gas Leak at Elementary School
Schuyler County
Emergency crews were called to B.C. Cate Elementary in the Odessa-Montour School District just before 11 a.m., after students began feeling light headed during gym class. 09:44 AM
Former Bandmates Remember Legendary Local Drummer That Died In Plane Crash
We're hearing from former bandmates, who promise to keep the music going, following the death of legendary local drummer Ted Reinhardt. 03/04/2015 09:52 PM
St. James Mercy Looks to Keep Inpatient Services
The hospital announced it has re-affirmed its partnership with the University of Rochester Medical Center. 03/04/2015 09:15 PM
Lawmakers: Lawsuit Last Resort But Still Option in State Budget Debate
It's now been nearly two weeks since Governor Cuomo issued his 30-day budget amendments. Neither the Senate nor Assembly have acted on them just yet, with rumors of legal action challenging the executive's budgetary powers. But lawmakers say they're pursuing other options first. Nick Reisman reports. 03/04/2015 08:41 PM
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Watkins Glen State Park to Receive Funding
Watkins Glen
Watkins Glen State Park is among those to receive funding under Governor Cuomo's NY Parks 2020 plan. 03/04/2015 07:30 PM
Fiscal Policy Institute Analyzes State Budget
A group of budget educators takes its thoughts on Governor Cuomo's Opportunity Agenda to Elmira. 03/04/2015 07:30 PM
Cortland Man Builds, Uses Bicycle That Plows
You don't typically hear the words bicycle and plow in the same sentence. But for one Cortland man it's a way of life. In a story you'll only see on Time Warner Cable News, Iris St. Meran introduces us to Harry Bridger, the man who built his own pedal-powered snow plow. 03/04/2015 07:00 PM
Moss Keeps Political Options Open
It was a run at office that left an impression across New York. Chemung County Sheriff Christopher Moss' run as lieutenant governor last year put his name on the state's political radar. Matt Jarchow explains how Moss is now staying involved and possibly eyeing a future run at office. 03/04/2015 06:30 PM
Town of Windsor Looks For Other Ways To Frack
Broome County
Just when many thought the fight over hydraulic fracturing was over, some Southern Tier officials have refueled the debate. In December, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a statewide ban on fracking. But as Alexa Green explains, one Broome County town is trying to find a way around it. 03/04/2015 05:30 PM
Obamacare Case in Supreme Court Could Cost Millions Insurance Outside NY
New York City
The Affordable Care Act is back before the Supreme Court in a case that the Obama Administration claims could result in millions of people outside of New York losing their insurance. 03/04/2015 05:18 PM
Forensic Science Expert Takes Stand in Cal Harris Murder Trial
Schoharie County
Expert testimony from a celebrity witness leads to another call for a mistrial in the Cal Harris Murder trial. The Tioga County man is accused of killing his wife Michele in 2001. Tamara Lindstrom has the latest from court. 03/04/2015 04:45 PM
DOJ Will Not Prosecute Ferguson Officer, Holder Blasts PD for Racial Bias
New York City
The Justice Department says it won't prosecute a former Ferguson, Missouri police officer in the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager, but Attorney General Holder blasted Ferguson law enforcement for racial bias and unconstitutional practices. 03/04/2015 04:37 PM
Tips for Buying Your Teen's First Car
Buying your teenager their first car can be a major decision. On this “Driver's Ed,” our Ed Keiner has important tips on putting your teen behind the wheel of the right car. 03/04/2015 04:08 PM
Endicott Man Sentenced for Assaulting Baby
Dustin Johnston, 21, was sentenced in connection to an assault on his baby last June. 03/04/2015 03:51 PM
"Don't Steal Possible" Chant for Charter School Advocates in Albany
Thousands of people descended on Albany Wednesday for one of the largest recent rallies in the Capital City. The cause: charter schools. Geoff Redick has the story. 03/04/2015 03:30 PM
Explaining the Mass Air Flow Sensor
In this "Driver's Ed," our Ed Keiner explains what a mass air flow sensor is and how it can affect your power and fuel economy. 03/04/2015 03:08 PM
5 Cows Dead, Several Injured After Barn Roof Collapse in Cortland County
Cortland County
Five dairy cows were killed, and several more injured after a barn collapse in Cortland County. It happened at the Whey Street Dairy in Cuyler just after midnight Wednesday. Brent Fox has more on the devastation. Updated 03/04/2015 02:30 PM
Crash Kills Man in Bradford County
Bradford County (PA)
Pennsylvania State Police say one man is dead following a crash Tuesday in Wysox Township. Officials say one of the vehicles was trying to pass the other when the crash happened. 03/04/2015 11:28 AM
New York State Attorney General Says Fundraising Report Shows Upswing In Donations
The New York State Attorney General says that his "Pennies For Charity" fundraising report shows that New Yorkers are more generous than in previous years. 03/04/2015 10:55 AM
Sayre Enterprise Center Fire Believed to Be Arson, Investigators Say
Bradford County (PA)
Originally firefighters said four boats and a camper were inside the building, although troopers have referred to it as a vacant warehouse. 03/04/2015 10:53 AM
SUNY Presidents Voice Budget Concerns
Southern Tier
It's crunch time for SUNY institutions like Binghamton University and SUNY Broome. Chancellor Nancy Zimpher asked for $3 billion from the state during the next five years. But some schools are worried that cash will never appear. Mike Toper has more. 03/03/2015 10:30 PM
Climbing Up Frozen Waterfalls? Some in Ithaca Want it as Sport
Some would call it risky, others see it as another way to put Ithaca on the map. The sport of ice climbing is addicting to thrill seekers and now some want the gorges and falls in Ithaca to be the next place people tackle. Brent Fox explains how some people are hoping Tompkins County will become a climbing destination. 03/03/2015 09:00 PM
Binghamton Police Officer Denies She Was Drunk After Crash
Southern Tier
A Binghamton police officer is fighting for her job after she was charged with misconduct and placed on administrative leave without pay. On Tuesday, Officer Kristi Sager answered to those charges at an administrative hearing. Alexa Green was there and has the details. 03/03/2015 07:15 PM
Income Equality, Raising Minimum Wage Continue to Surface In Albany
Governor Andrew Cuomo has been pushing to boost the state's minimum wage, a push not well-received at Small Business Lobby Day in Albany. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more. 03/03/2015 07:00 PM

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