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Past articles by Kate:

Ithaca-area winter/spring bus schedule revised again. What to know

TCAT has announced more bus route reductions due to worker shortage. → Read More

UPDATE: NY Puppy Mill Pipeline Bill signed into law by Gov. Hochul

The Puppy Mill Pipeline Bill, supported by celebrities including Edie Falco and Andy Cohen, was signed by Gov. Kathy Hochul. → Read More

NY Puppy Mill Pipeline Bill moves forward, prompting feedback from celebrities

The Puppy Mill Pipeline Bill, supported by celebrities including Edie Falco and Andy Cohen, awaits Gov. Kathy Hochul's signature. → Read More

Rare Asian elephant twins born in Syracuse make history (and are adorable!)

Asian elephant twins born at Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse made history as the first successful birth of the endangered species in U.S. → Read More

Hurricane Ian rescue dogs, cats evacuated to New York

Dogs and cats left homeless by Hurricane Ian transported to New York shelters. → Read More

NY State Police give out more than 25,000 tickets during 'Speed Week', including over 1,650 in Southern Tier

New York State Police issued 25,199 tickets during the “Speed Week” enforcement campaign for speeding, DWI and more. → Read More

Hearing nocturnal screams in Tompkins County? It may be this animal

Residents in rural Tompkins County say they are hearing shrill cries in the night. → Read More

Ithaca man shoots at BoatYard Grill employee; glass shop robbery thwarted

Ithaca police responded to a shooting at the Boatyard Grill and an attempted robbery at an Ithaca glass shop. → Read More

Second delivery driver attacked in Ithaca in less than a week

Ithaca police discovered a delivery driver who was stabbed in the shoulder on the 400 block of Meadow Avenue. → Read More

Major Ithaca-area bus route cuts to start Sunday. Know what's changing

After a special board meeting, TCAT announces major bus route reductions for fall. → Read More

Man hospitalized after shooting on West Seneca Street

The victim was in stable condition in the wake of Wednesday morning shooting. → Read More

Delivery driver attacked by stranger while waiting in car outside Ithaca restaurant

A delivery driver stabbed by stranger while he was waiting to pick up food order outside an Ithaca restaurant. → Read More

Police: Enfield burglary suspects had long guns; homeowner alerted by home camera app

A Tompkins County homeowner was alerted of two armed men inside his home by his home surveillance camera app. → Read More

Tompkins County Sheriff: Man flees burglary, jumps on moving tractor trailer

A man is in critical condition after jumping on a moving truck following a bizarre series of events in Ithaca. → Read More

Ithaca fire, hazmat crews respond to weekend fire at Cornell Vet lab

Early Saturday morning, Ithaca Fire responded to a fire at Vet Research Tower at Cornell University. → Read More

Shots fired in The Hotel Ithaca parking lot; Police searching for suspects

Ithaca police are searching for two male suspects following a Wednesday night shooting in The Hotel Ithaca parking lot. → Read More

PHOTOS: Roe V Wade overturned, Ithaca protests Supreme Court decision banning abortion

Ithacans gathered in DeWitt Park on Friday, June 24, to protest the Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade, making abortion illegal in several states. → Read More

Puppy Mill Pipeline Bill banning dog, cat sales in pet stores passed by NYS Legislature

The bill, which will end the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores, awaits Gov. Hochul's signature. → Read More

Tompkins Cortland Community College announces new president after eight-month search

SUNY Board of Trustees approves Amy Kremenek, D.M. as next president of Tompkins Cortland Community College → Read More

Freddie Mercury, a lost Ithaca kitten, found safe 250 miles from home

A kitten named Freddie Mercury was found in New Jersey last week, 250 miles away from his Ithaca, New York home. → Read More