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1 – Tompkins honors veterans
14 photos of Tompkins County’s 2016 Veterans Day Parade A parade of people turned out in Ithaca Sunday to honor those who have served in the military.
2 – IPD makes arrest for the murder of an IC student on Cornell campus
Ithaca police make arrest in Cornell murder — The Ithaca Police Department has made an arrest in the murder of Ithaca College Student Anthony Nazaire.
3 – Video: IPD delivers press conference on the arrest of Nagee Green
Ithaca Police Department press conference: Arrest of Nagee Green. Green is being charged with the murder of Anthony Nazaire, an Ithaca College student fatally stabbed at Cornell University.
4 – Cornell remembers alumna Janet Reno
Cornell remembers alumna Janet Reno, first female US attorney general, who died at 78 — Janet Reno ’60, who went from leading Cornell’s Women’s Student Government Association as a student to becoming the United States’ first female attorney general, died from complications of Parkinson’s disease Nov. 7. She was 78.
5 – Tompkins Democrats react to Trump election
Tompkins Democratic Victory Party feels like ‘morgue’ as whispers of Trump presidency creeps in – The Tompkins County Democratic Victory Party in downtown Ithaca feels like a “morgue” as less than half a dozen people remain to watch the numbers of the presidential election roll in.
6 – TBurg loses The Rongo
The Rongovian Embassy to Close its Doors The Rongovian Embassy has announced that it will be shutting down. “The reason it’s being closed is purely financial,” said co-owner and general manager Kyle Barnhart. Staff were notified of the impending closure on Monday.
7 – Fatal crash in Ulysses
Police ID Lodi woman who died in Wednesday night Ulysses crash – Police have said that a woman in her 20s died in a fatal crash Wednesday night in Ulysses.
8 – Ithacans protest Trump
Ithaca anti-Trumpism rally: ‘Once you are awake, you can’t go back to sleep’ – Ithacans organized a rally against Trump Wednesday night.
9 – Ithaca Voice comment section sees increase in racial slurs after election day
Racial slurs in Ithaca Voice comments increase since Election Day — Racial slurs have increased on The Ithaca Voice Facebook page since Election Day (there has also been at least one threat of violence) and, yes, you can do something about it.
10 – Tompkins Republican’s election night ends on positive note
Vindication for the loneliest Republican in Tompkins on election night — “I left a note for my wife that night that said, ‘I lost but my country won,” Masser said.