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Guard Soldier Dies in Afghanistan (R News)
A New York Army National Guard soldier assigned to the 27th Brigade Combat team in Syracuse died in Afghanistan. The Department of Defense says Lt. Col. James Wiley, 26, of North Bend, Oregon was killed Thursday.
Golisano Considers Suing Buffett (R News)
Rochester billionaire Tom Golisano is considering legal action against billionaire Warren Buffett, the owner of the Buffalo News, over the newspaper's attacks on his Responsible New York political group.
Movies (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Philip Roth's novella "The Dying Animal" inspires this drama of a renowned, skirt-chasing academic (Ben Kingsley), whose affair with a Cuban-American graduate student (Pen�lope Cruz) awakens his sense of sexual possessiveness, throwing his life into emotional disarray.
Briefly in Tompkins (The Ithaca Journal)
Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit, Inc. announces that TCAT Routes 14 and 20 will be detoured due to construction work on Hector Street by The City of Ithaca. It is not known at this time how long the construction project will take.
School Rallies Around Alum (R News)
The Caledonia-Mumford High School football team played under the lights Friday night, but during the game some students were busy working off the field to raise money for Bryan Parslow.
Battle of Unbeatens in Rushville (R News)
? Supervisor Answers to DWI Charge Canandaigua?s town supervisor was in East Bloomfield Town Court Thursday for arraignment on felony DWI charges. ? Cemetery Markers Stolen in Waterloo Police are looking for more information regarding stolen bronze veterans cemetery markers taken from a waterloo cemetery.
Fort Myers animal clinic in trouble after theft (The News-Press)
Carrie Cagata always had a heart for animals.
Medina Music Teacher Charged (R News)
A music teacher in the Medina Central School District was charged with official misconduct Friday following an investigation into a relationship he had with two of his students.
Duffy Speaks Tough to Curfew Critics (R News)
Rochester Mayor Bob Duffy had some tough words Friday for those who oppose the city's teen curfew. It comes after the death of an East High student this week.
Residents Want Animal Cruelty Investigation (KFOX 14 El Paso)
There's concern about animal negligence at a home in Montana Vista, and residents wonder why animal Control isn't treating it as an animal cruelty case.