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    May 17th, 2022 Daily Headlines

    May 17, 2022

    Yesterday, “Special Master” Jonathan Cervas released a draft of the State’s new congressional districts. The map would create 21 districts where  President Biden won the popular vote in 2020, and 5 where former President Trump did. According to Politico the map is expected to be finalized by this Friday. The originally proposed map would have The post May 17th, 2022 Daily Headlines appeared first ... more


    May 16th, 2022 Daily Headlines

    May 16, 2022

    Tompkins County Public Health Director and Mental Health Commissioner Frank Kruppa is warning of fentanyl in street drugs. According to the Ithaca Voice, Kruppa said Fentanyl is “in all street drugs”  including marijuana and that users should “assume” the drug’s presence. Fentanyl is about 50 times stronger than heroin and 100 times stronger than morphine The post May 16th, 2022 Daily Headlines ap ... more


    May 13th, 2022 Daily Headlines

    May 13, 2022

    The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office is launching an unarmed response pilot program as part of the county’s reimagining public safety plan. The program will use unarmed sheriff’s clerks to respond to certain non-emergency calls.. The sheriff’s office says the program will free up time for deputies to respond to emergency calls, conduct investigations, and build The post May 13th, 2022 Daily Headli ... more


    Interview: Congressional Candidate Josh Riley (2022-05-12)

    May 12, 2022

    Josh Riley is an attorney and a candidate for Congress. WRFI's George Christopher interviewed him on May 12, 2022. Transcription to follow. Back to all candidates.   WRFI News Theme music: Alex Reed. Photo: provided. The post Interview: Congressional Candidate Josh Riley (2022-05-12) appeared first on WRFI Community Radio. ... more


    May 12th, 2022 Daily Headlines

    May 12, 2022

    According to the New York Times, on Tuesday a federal judge delayed New York’s congressional and state senate primaries until August 23. The move will allow time to redrawn district maps.  On Wednesday Steuben County Supreme Court Judge Patrick McAllister issued orders setting rules for the primary. Candidates who were already qualified will not need The post May 12th, 2022 Daily Headlines appeare ... more