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Two SU College of Law students awarded Tully Rinckey Foundation military scholarships

Two Syracuse University College of Law students have been awarded the inaugural Tully Rinckey Foundation Military Scholarship — a scholarship awarded to law students who…

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Legal experts weigh in on Oneida cemetery controversy

ONEIDA, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Emotions are still running high in Oneida after families at St. Patrick’s Cemetery found memorials ripped off loved ones’ graves and dumped.…

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New York state law limits employer access to employees’ social media logins

A new law went into effect last week in New York that limits what information employers or prospective employers can ask for when it comes to social media. The law largely governs…

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Consumer Alert: Landmark settlement will change the homebuying process

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Big changes are coming to the homebuying process. That’s the topic of this Consumer Alert. The National Association of Realtors, NAR has agreed to a $418…

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Independent contractors, gig workers could be reclassified under new ruling

A new Department of Labor rule that would reclassify millions of independent contractors is getting some pushback. The move is set to have a major impact on the “gig worker”…

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St. Patrick’s Day weekend DWI patrol results

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — The Saint Patrick’s Day weekend has come to a close, which means we’re seeing results of increased DWI patrols. Troopers in the Rochester region…

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Past Drug Use Remains a Problem for Security Clearances in 2024

Currently, 24 states have legalized or at least decriminalized recreational use of marijuana, while another 14 states have legalized or decriminalized it for medical reasons.…

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Increased police patrolling this St. Patrick’s Day weekend

St. Patrick’s Day started as a religious observance, and has turned into a massive country-wide celebration of Irish culture, music, food and more. But, we must always remember…

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Syracuse’s youth car theft issues demand community programs, parental involvement

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — It’s a thought that is running through many minds in the Syracuse area. Why do children keep stealing cars? Specifically, Kia and Hyundai’s Syracuse has…

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Mechanicville Little League money loss: How to protect yourself

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — On February 29th NEWS10 reported that the Mechanicville-Stillwater Little League baseball lost thousands of dollars after a contractor they hired for…

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