Tuesday, July 29, 2014

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Forensics Team Joins Heidi Allen Investigation

A forensics team will join the investigation in Oswego County today where authorities have been looking for clues that might lead them to an answer in the two decade-old disappearance of Heidi Allen. Brad Vivacqua reports from Rice Road in Mexico. Updated 12:32 PM

Ian Gulbin is accused of killing his girlfriend's one-year-old son last November after the child wouldn't stop crying. He was scheduled to be sentenced Monday morning, but as Cara Thomas reports, Gulbin unexpectedly requested to withdraw his guilty plea.

Updated 07/28/2014 06:13 PM

City Leaders Discuss Truck Safety in Ithaca

City leaders in Ithaca hope to increase truck safety in an effort to avoid a repeat of the deadly accident at Simeon's Restaurant. Ithaca's Transportation Engineer created a memo with potential ways to make the area safe.

Updated 07/28/2014 10:57 PM


Unsolved But Not Forgotten: Who Killed Deborah Rumsey?

For five years, a Tompkins County family has been searching for answers. As reporter Tamara Lindstrom shares, finding out what happened to Deborah Rumsey in her Enfield home is a quest her family will never give up.

Updated 07/24/2014 01:38 PM


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First-Ever State Fair Showstopper Ale is Coming to NYS Fair

This year New York State fairgoers will be able to experience the first ever fair-branded line of brewed craft beer. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday the partnership between the Fair and the Empire Brewing Company of Syracuse to develop the State Fair Showstopper Ale. 07/28/2014 07:59 PM


Debate Over Cuomo and Corruption Continues

One of the co-chairs of the state's Moreland Act Commission said Governor Andrew Cuomo's office did not interfere with his panel's work. While, the republican statewide ticket is on the attack saying Cuomo did interfere with the investigation. Reporter Bill Carey has the story. 07/28/2014 08:50 PM


Lightning Damages Croghan Water Plant

Several major storms have rolled through Lewis County this summer, wreaking havoc in many areas. Our Elizabeth Jeneault tells us about a recent thunderstorm that has led to some villages being under a boil water advisory. Updated 07/28/2014 06:19 PM

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