IPD Seeks Information on Subject of Welfare Check

Yesterday morning, the Ithaca Police Department received a welfare check request on the West Hill. A white female knocked on the doors of at least two separate residences and acted “strangely” during the interactions with the... Read More.

Cornell Veterinary School Completes Expansion Project

Cornell University has completed a $91.5 million expansion of their College of Veterinary Medicine. The final phase of this project included 12,000-square-feet of space at the Cornell Small Animal Community Practice Facility, which will serve as... Read More.

Tompkins County to Hold Gun Buyback Event

Tompkins County is holding a gun buyback event this Saturday from 8:30AM to 4:30PM at the Airport Fire and Rescue Building on Brown Road in Ithaca. The event was proposed by Sheriff Ken Lansing and District... Read More.

Ithaca Police Conduct Search for Missing Woman

Ithaca police were searching on Saturday for a woman who has been missing since August of 2017. Authorities say a search was conducted for Nicole Marranca in the area of the city of Ithaca known as “The Jungle.” 40... Read More.

New Phone Scam Active in Ithaca

The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office is getting complaints about fake phone calls soliciting money, on behalf of the Sheriff’s office. The calls are coming in from local numbers and even use current Sheriff’s Office personnel names. In... Read More.

$22 Million Ithaca Airport Project Moves Forward

The Ithaca-Tompkins Regional Airport will soon begin a $22 million project to revitalize the facility. The Airport serves three major airlines with more than 650 global connections. In 2016, enplanements were up 15 percent and are expected... Read More.

Felony Charges Filed Following Domestic Assault

The New York State Police have arrested 23-year-old Ezra Broadwell, of Ithaca, on numerous felony and misdemeanor charges in connection with a domestic assault that allegedly happened at a home in the town of Danby. The incident... Read More.

Former Cornell Student Sentenced in Financial Aid Fraud

A former Cornell University student will have to repay $70,000 after being sentenced to 5 years probation and a fine of $1,000. 26-year-old Cavya Chandra of Indiana pled guilty to federal student loan fraud and was sentenced Monday. When... Read More.