|Sheriff Moss: I Support Lawsuit Against NYSAFE Act
ELMIRA, NY (WETM-TV) - Chemung County Sheriff Christopher Moss says he supports a federal lawsuit against the NYSAFE Act.
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|Memorial Day Travel Tips
ELMIRA HEIGHTS, N.Y. (WETM-18) - Many people from the Twin Tiers and around the country are about to take to the road and skies for Memorial Day travel.
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|O'Mara: Casino in Tioga County Would be a Benefit to Finger Lakes
ELMIRA, NY (WETM-TV) - Local state representatives think that a casino at Tioga Downs would be a benefit to the Southern Tier.
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|Police Do Not Believe Manning Connected to Other Attempted Abductions
BRADFORD COUNTY, PA (WETM-TV) - Police say they do not believe the man arrested for attempting to lure a young girl into his car in Sayre earlier this week is connected to other attempted abductions in the area.
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|Motley Crue Show Rescheduled
Due to the weather, tonight's Motley Crue show has been rescheduled.
|EPA Says Natural Gas Drilling Wastewater Dumped into the Allegheny River
CANONSBURG, Pa. (AP) - The federal Environmental Protection Agency is fining three western Pennsylvania wastewater plants for discharging natural gas drilling wastewater into the Allegheny River or tributaries that feed it.
|Students Punished for Using Facebook to Cheat on Classwork
WEST ISLIP, N.Y. (AP) - Twelve Long Island high school students have been disciplined for using Facebook to cheat on homework and laboratory assignments and a recent exam.
|Father Arrested for Slamming Son into the Floor of a Wal-Mart
BATAVIA, N.Y. (AP) - Authorities say a western New York man is in jail after shoppers at a Wal-Mart store say he slapped his 7-year-old son and slammed the boy onto the floor.
|Search Continues for Missing Cornell University Student
COVERT, N.Y. (AP) - Police plan to return to one of the Fingers Lakes for a third day as they resume searching for a Cornell University senior who disappeared while canoeing.
|NY Warning About Calls for Free Medical Alert Gear
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The New York state attorney general's office is warning New Yorkers against scam robocalls targeting seniors and offering free medical alert equipment with back-end fees for monitoring.