Newscast: Friday, September 13, 2019 Powered By The William George Agency

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Tioga County man indicted for infant daughter’s murder in June; Greek Peak once again hosting Res-Q-Jack for nationwide first responder training; New state law extends waiting period for certain gun purchases; Hear from Homer Football Coach P in anticipation of tonight’s home opener;

Cortland County’s ‘Chamber of the Year’ distinction made official; County Justice League meets next week to discuss emergency service upgrades; Upstate Medical one of 40 in the U.S. trying experimental drug to treat Alzheimer’s; Homer residents have two choices for new village sign;

New oncology center planned at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center; State taking more actions to curb e-cigarette use among NY teens; Cortland man arrested for child sex abuse; Opening weekend has arrived at Trinity Valley Dairy Farm’s corn maze.


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