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Rushville man taken into custody after traffic stop

Police took a Rushville man into custody following a traffic stop. According to a news release, the Penn Yan Police Department arrested Corey J. Johnson, 48, of Rushville on a bench warrant. Following a traffic stop that was made in the village, police learned that Johnson had an active bench...
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Fatal crash on Route 14 in Torrey

DRESDEN — A high speed crash between a car and a dump truck, which occurred at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday, June 21 at the intersection of State Route 14 and Lampman Road near Dresden, resulted in the death of the car's driver. Yates County sheriff's deputies report that Lawrence A....
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'Dateline' Dives Into the Gruesome Murder of Kelley Clayton and the Bizarre Circumstances Surrounding It

The town of Elmira, N.Y. describes itself as a "great place to live," and for the most part that's true. Sadly, on the evening of September 29, 2015, that would change for one family. Kelley Clayton (35) and her two children were home while her husband, Thomas Clayton, was out for the night playing poker. When he returned home around 12:30 a.m., he would be met with a gruesome scene.

It’s About to Get Harder to Fly to Disney World From These 4 Cities

It’s no secret that it’s getting harder to travel. The price of gas continues to fluctuate and airlines are frequently canceling and delaying flights. JetBlue has already announced that they would be cancelling many flights this summer, and now an airline has made the decision to stop service to some cities.

Tales of a ‘Mushroom Huntress’

With eight decades of scouring forests across a multitude of countries for fungal delights to her name, Trumansburg resident Victoria Romanoff has bounded those years of experience, along with several delicious recipes, into a book titled “Mushroom Foraging and Feasting: Recollections and Recipes from a Lifetime on the Hunt.”

Staffing Shortages Cause American Airlines to Drop 4 U.S. Cities from Service

If you’re getting ready to pack your bags and head out on your summer vacation, you’re certainly not alone. The travel industry has seen a massive surge lately, caused in part by “revenge travel.” Throughout the world, people were forced to postpone or cancel trips altogether due to the global pandemic. Now that COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted across the U.S. and internationally, travelers are eager to get out. But, staffing shortages have been plaguing the airline industry — and one airline is dropping service to four U.S. cities because of it.
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This Week in Wine Country: Hidden Alpaca Farm

HORSEHEADS, NY (WENY) -- This week in wine country, sponsored by Finger Lakes Wine Country, we're visiting Hidden Alpaca Farm in Horseheads. Owned by Carol Haff, Hidden Alpaca Farm is located on East Vargo Road in the town of Horseheads. The farm and retail shop is open to visitors and group tours, from May 1st through October 31st. Hidden Alpaca Farm also offers alpacas for sale, breeding and sponsorship.

Saperavi wine is the star of its first-ever ‘show’ in the Finger Lakes

It’s doubtful the Saperavi grape will ever find a comfortable spot in the vocabulary of U.S. wine drinkers. But the dark-skinned, pink-fleshed grape variety that hails from the country of Georgia does have a loyal following, and some of them assembled May 14 in the Finger Lakes for the inaugural Saperavi Festival at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery in Hammondsport, New York.

American Airlines Ending Service To Two Cities In New York

The country is currently dealing with a shortage of pilots. Because of that, some major airlines are having to cut service to some cities. It's strange how there are so many shortages these days and most of them can be traced back to the pandemic. In the instance of pilots, when the country went into lockdown, people were obviously traveling less. It was a lot less. Sometimes flights were taking off with just a handful of people on them. Obviously, when there aren't as many tickets being purchased, fewer flights can take off. If there are fewer flights, there's not as much work to go around. Airlines began to cut back on staff to save money. They offered many pilots packages to retire early.

Jubilee Foods Rise and Shine Coffee Mug Giveaway (6/24/22)

(WETM)- Each Thursday during 18 News Today, we announce the winners of the 18 News Jubilee Foods Rise and Shine Coffee Mug contest. People who have entered on our contest page are eligible to win an 18 News / Jubilee Foods Coffee Mug. The winner of this week’s coffee mug...

American Airlines will cut four regional cities from its network

American Airlines on Sept. 7 will cut four regional airports from its route network: Long Island MacArthur (Islip) and Ithaca in New York; Dubuque, Iowa; and Toledo, Ohio. American said it made the cuts because of the pilot shortage impacting the U.S. airline industry. The carrier says 100 of its American Eagle-branded regional jets are grounded due to the pilot shortage.

American Airlines Eliminating Service in Three Cities Amid Pilot Shortage

American Airlines have eliminated service to three cities amid a pilot shortage.Iwan Shimko/Unsplash. Texas-based airline American Airlines announced they are ending service in three cities, in response to the industry-wide pilot shortage. According to Fox Business, the service in Islip, Ithaca New York and Toledo, Ohio will end Sept. 7.