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1 – Man killed in Ithaca Walmart parking lot; suspect fires gun at police
Update: Suspect in custody after fatal shooting outside Ithaca Walmart — A blow-by-blow of breaking news updates from the scene of a homicide that left one man dead. The suspect was taken into custody after firing a gun at police, which led to an hours-long standoff.
2 – Man charged with murder after Ithaca killing
Homicide update: Suspect arraigned, victim identified — Justin Barkley was charged with second-degree murder for allegedly killing William Schumacher, 52, of Candor,.
3 – Three people charged with murder after Newfield homicide
UPDATE: Third person charged in Newfield murder case — Three people have been charged with second-degree murder after the killing of Camden Rundell, who was found dead in his yard on Dec. 2.
4 – Fourth person charged in connection with Newfield homicide
Court documents: woman bought items to help with fatal Newfield robbery — Melissa J. Minnick is accused of purchasing items for three people, knowing that they intended to rob a Newfield man. The robbery turned fatal.
5 – Dryden Middle School student tragically dies in fatal crash
Update: Dryden student killed, another injured in Sunday crash – Kaylee Wacht, an 11-year-old Dryden Middle School student, was killed in a fatal pedestrian crash. A high school student was also injured.
6 – Hours-long move gets free house to new home
Photos: A 170-year-old Ithaca house gets moved down Coddington Road — The move is part of an unusual agreement that the home’s former owner, Orlando Iacovelli, offered earlier this year: move the house and it’s yours for free.
7 – Latest update in Cornell murder case
$100K cash bail set in Cornell murder case –A Freeville man accused of murdering Ithaca College student Anthony Nazaire in August made an appearance at Tompkins County Court on Friday afternoon where his official bail was set.
8 – Ice sculptures and chowder!
Photos from Ithaca’s 10th annual Ice Festival; Chowder competition kicks off Saturday – Winter weather has settled upon Ithaca just in time for the 10th annual Ice Festival, which kicked off in downtown Ithaca Thursday.
9 – Masonic Temple might not stay empty for much longer
Masonic Temple renovation plans move forward — Plans are moving ahead to bring new life to the old Ithaca Masonic Temple. The Ithaca Landmarks Preservation Commission (ILPC) will get their first look at proposed renovations at their meeting Tuesday.
10 – Ithaca College part-time faculty: “Equal pay for equal work”
Ithaca College part-time faculty continue battle for job security — The rally on Thursday was initiated after a bargaining session held on Dec. 2, where members of the union thought the situation might be regressing.