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High School Students Show Off Business Skills VIEW VIDEO
May 27, 2015 - High school students showcased their business skills all in the name of competition.     Wednesday Binghamton University hosted the Greater Binghamton Scholastic Challenge where high school... more

Kindergarten Students Ride Broome County's Carousel History VIEW VIDEO
May 27, 2015 - History came alive one turn at a time Wednesday for kindergarten students at George F. Johnson Elementary School in Endicott.     The kids rode all six carousels in the Greater Binghamton area... more

Binghamton Man Arrested, Possession of Illegal Handgun VIEW VIDEO
May 27, 2015 - A Binghamton man was arrested last night after police say they found him in possession of a loaded illegal semi-automatic handgun. The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force... more

Vets Honor Fallen Service Members at American Legion VIEW VIDEO
May 25, 2015 - Memorial May may be may be known for cook-outs, celebrations and parades, but some veterans are taking the time to enjoy the holiday more simply. Vets at the American Legion Post 80 are kicking... more

Department of Public Arts Hangs Murals on Blighted Properties VIEW VIDEO
May 25, 2015 - Some public art volunteers are trying to spruce up some blighted properties in Binghamton.   Saturday several volunteers took to Chenango Street to hang murals painted by artists during the city's... more

Local Butcher Shop Preps for Memorial Day VIEW VIDEO
May 24, 2015 - A local butcher shop is prepping for those memorial day barbecues!   Chenango Bridge Red and White Butcher Shop already began receiving a large number of orders since Friday and has been extra... more

Canoe Regatta Comes to Bainbridge VIEW VIDEO
May 24, 2015 - Canoes are drawing people into the tri-town area.   It was all part of this weekend's General Clinton Canoe Regatta held in Bainbridge.  This event draws in more than 1,500 paddlers to... more

Parade Celebrations to Kick Off Across Southern Tier VIEW VIDEO
May 24, 2015 - Several locations across the Southern Tier will host Memorial Day celebrations. Monday in the City of Binghamton, the Memorial Day parade will being at 2 p.m. Route: American Legion Post 80 on... more

Interactive Animal Adventure Park Welcomes New Member VIEW VIDEO
May 24, 2015 - Thousands attend the third season grand opening for the interactive Animal Adventure park in Harpursville and this year there's a new addition to the park's family.  Almost three years old,... more

Broome County Parks Open for Memorial Weekend VIEW VIDEO
May 23, 2015 - Memorial weekend marks the opening of parks across Broome County. All County Parks will be open daily from now until Labor Day on September 7th from 8 a.m. to dusk -- at no charge. Today marks... more

Zoo Runners "Run Wild!" VIEW VIDEO
May 23, 2015 - People are running like wild.... literally!   It was all part of the 2nd annual Run Wild 5K at the Vestal Coal House.  More than two hundred people came out to take part in the run. In... more

Ann's Hope 5K Raises More than $1,000 VIEW VIDEO
May 23, 2015 - Saturday more than 75 people gathered at Otsiningo Park for the third annual Ann's 5K and Team Hope Walk.   The walk raises awareness for Huntington's Disease and to support the services of the... more

W&W Nursing and Landscapings Hosts First Garden Fest VIEW VIDEO
May 23, 2015 - One business is showcasing their products to all garden lovers. Saturday, W&W Nursery and Landscaping in Apalachin welcomed the community to their first annual Spring Garden Fest.  ... more

37 Million People to Travel Over the Holiday Weekend VIEW VIDEO
May 22, 2015 - If you're planning to hit the road this holiday weekend, you're not alone. According to officials from AAA, Memorial Day weekend kicks off auto travel season across the nation. They say that... more

Binghamton Police Investigate Shooting VIEW VIDEO
May 22, 2015 - Binghamton Police are investigating a shooting that happened around 5:30 Thursday evening. Police responded to a report of a fight at 28 Pearne Street with shots fired. According to... more

Lesko: Keep Your Summer Budget in Check VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2015 - Jason: The summer fun season begins this Memorial Day weekend. Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial has some advice to keep from busting the budget. Greg.  Greg: Thanks Jason. Late Spring and early... more

A New Face Running For City Council VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2015 - A local woman has announced her campaign for Binghamton City Council. West Side resident, Dani Cronce announced her candidacy this evening. Cronce is a single mother who has volunteered with... more

Broome County Attorney Seeks Dismissal of Suit Against Preston VIEW VIDEO
May 20, 2015 - Broome County's attorney has responded to a harassment lawsuit against County Executive Debbie Preston, asking for it to be dismissed.     In February an employee of the Broome County's Sheriff's... more

BU Hosts 38th Annual Poetry and the Children Day VIEW VIDEO
May 20, 2015 - Binghamton University is  cultivating creative young minds through poetry.   Wednesday more than 400 students from 35 schools across the Southern Tier gathered at BU for the 38th annual Poetry and... more

More Rangers in Binghamton Parks This Summer VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2015 - Binghamton Mayor Rich David is pushing for a boost in police presence in community parks.   This Summer the city is expanding its Park Ranger Program. The program WILL allow five park rangers, up... more

Broome-Tioga BOCES Warns of Fundraising Scam VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2015 - Broome-Tioga BOCES is warning people about a possible fundraising scam.     It's office says it has received reports of a young male going door-to-door in neighborhoods near the Binghamton-Johnson... more

Police: Binghamton Man had 500+ Bags of Heroin, Meth VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2015 - Over 500 bags of heroin, high-grade meth, and over $18,000 in cash. That's what police say they found after executing a search warrant in Binghamton.   Police searched the home of 36-year-old... more

Organization Dedicated to Preserving the Past has New Home VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2015 - A local organization dedicated to preserving architectural history in the Triple Cities has a new home. Tuesday the Preservation Association of the Southern Tier, also known as "PAST", unveiled... more

Limiting Police Use of Military Equipment VIEW VIDEO
May 18, 2015 - If police departments use certain military-grade equipment, they'll need to give a good reason why.   This according to new regulations President Obama is expected to enact through an executive... more

Big Lots on North Side in Danger of Collapsing VIEW VIDEO
May 18, 2015 - The empty Big Lots Plaza on the north side of Binghamton is collapsing  and the city is trying to redevelop the property with the help of Broome County. The plaza has been empty since 2012 and... more

National Public Works Week celebrated in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
May 18, 2015 - With summer projects in full swing, the city of Binghamton is honoring the public works department. This week is national public works week and Mayor Rich David is praising the 172 men and women... more

Residents Continue Push for Police Modernization Law VIEW VIDEO
May 18, 2015 - Binghamton residents are pushing for a more diverse police force and legislation that would ban racial profiling in law enforcement. Monday members of city council, the Binghamton police force... more

BU Graduation Ceremony Wraps, Actress Delivers Speech VIEW VIDEO
May 17, 2015 - A special guest we all may know is sharing some words of encouragement to Binghamton University grads.     You may know her from the progressive car insurance  commercials as "Flo" Stephanie... more

Experts Offer Resume Tips VIEW VIDEO
May 17, 2015 - As graduation season kicks off a lot of college grads may be wondering if their resume has what it takes to help them land that dream job.. Resume expert Ginny Thompson of the local business... more

Sacred Sites Weekend Offers Inside Look on Religious Architecture VIEW VIDEO
May 17, 2015 - Sacred places of worship are expanding out to the community, showing off their religious art and architecture.   It's all part of the New York Landmarks Conservancy's fifth annual Sacred Sites... more

American Legion Holds Veteran's Walk VIEW VIDEO
May 17, 2015 - Some locals are walking to raise money for local veterans. Sunday the American Legion Post 1194 in Hillcrest held their 9th annual Veteran's Walk to help raise money to support local veterans and... more

More than 3,000 Graduate from Binghamton University VIEW VIDEO
May 16, 2015 - Hundreds of college students are strutting across the stage. It's that time of the year again, Spring graduation! Saturday, Binghamton University continued its Commencement ceremonies with the... more

Push-Up Contest is Held in Honor of Armed Forces Day VIEW VIDEO
May 16, 2015 - How many pushups can you do in 90 seconds?  Well some people are testing their strength while raising  money for a good cause. It's all part of a contest in honor of Armed Forces Day. The... more

Broome County Dog Shelter Holds 4th Open House VIEW VIDEO
May 16, 2015 - Some cute and furry friends are looking for a home. Saturday the Broome County Dog Shelter held its 4th annual open house. More than 10 dogs were available for adoption. Saturday's Open House... more

Oakdale Mall Celebrates National EMS Week VIEW VIDEO
May 16, 2015 - It's National Emergency Medical Squad (EMS) Week and the Southern Tier is getting a look inside those emergency vehicles. Saturday, the Susquehanna Regional EMS Council sponsored a floor show in... more

Hundreds Walk in Relay for Life VIEW VIDEO
May 16, 2015 - Fighting cancer one step at a time. Saturday, hundreds of families, caregivers, survivors, local organizations, individuals and the American Cancer Society joined forces for the 10th annual... more

International Organist Scott Harrison to Play at Forum Theater VIEW VIDEO
May 15, 2015 - Renowned international Australian Organist Scott Harrison will be joining the Binghamton Theater Organ Society Saturday night at the Forum Theater on Washington Street. He'll be performing a new... more

Saturday Open House at Broome County Dog Shelter VIEW VIDEO
May 15, 2015 - Looking for a new friend? How about man's best friend? the Broome County Dog Shelter is holding an open house Saturday...     The event will take place from 10am to 2pm at the Cutler Pond Road... more

SUNY Broome Hosts an Event to Raise Awareness About Mental Illness VIEW VIDEO
May 14, 2015 - Imagine what it would be like trying to fill out a job application or explaining directions to someone while at the same time hearing other voices in your head.    That's what participants in an... more

Looking For Ways to Tackle the Childhood Obesity Epidemic VIEW VIDEO
May 14, 2015 - It's an alarming statistic,32 percent of children in Broome County are overweight or obese and the costly impact on the community has sparked a discussion among local leaders.     On Thursday... more

Lesko: How Good Feelings Gap Affects Your Bottom Line VIEW VIDEO
May 14, 2015 - Jason: Most Americans are still worried about money, even though the  economy is improving. Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial talks about this "good feeling gap." Greg. Greg: Thanks Jason. A recent... more

Two New Candidates Enter Race For Binghamton City Council VIEW VIDEO
May 14, 2015 - A local businessman has announced his campaign for Binghamton City Council.   West side resident Josh Miller announced his candidacy Thursday afternoon. Miller has worked for Miller Motor Car... more

Students Honored For Educating Others About Choosing A Healthy Lifestyle VIEW VIDEO
May 14, 2015 - Some middle and high schools students were honored today for their leadership skills and being drug free role models in the community.   A member from Senator Libous' office along with Lourdes... more

85-Year-Old Woman Dies After Being Hit by Car VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2015 - An 85-year-old Binghamton woman was struck and killed crossing Front Street in  the Town of Dickinson Wednesday morning.     At about 8:35 Delores Gajdik was struck by a vehicle driven by 24-... more

Elementary Students Learn with Legos VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2015 - Some elementary school students are showing that Lego bricks are more than child's play.     Wednesday Bricks 4 Kidz, an educational program that teaches students science, technology, engineering... more

Binghamton Man Arrest After Police Find Drugs and Weapons VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2015 - A Binghamton man is under arrest after police say he had crack cocaine, several brass knuckles, and another hand combat weapon.    Police executed a search at 198 Court Street in Binghamton on... more

Demo Begins on Magic City Ice Building VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2015 - Tuesday began a three-day demolition of the former magic city ice building at 310 Front Street in Binghamton. The demolition is the official start of the $5 million Front Street Gateway Project and... more

CNN's 2014 Hero of the Year In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
May 12, 2015 - He is CNN's 2014 Hero of the Year and now he's in Binghamton ready to help salute local heroes. Pen Farthing founded Nowzad Dogs, a nonprofit organization that reunites soldiers with stray dogs... more

Johnson City Man Charged with Stealing From Wilson Hospital VIEW VIDEO
May 11, 2015 - Johnson City police say a patient at Wilson Hospital stole $1,000 worth of items.     Police claim that Derek Davies, 27,  of Whitney Point was a patient at the hospital  when he stole various... more

Sen Kirsten Gillibrand Pushes for More Engineering Training in NYS Colleges VIEW VIDEO
May 11, 2015 - Senator Kirsten Gillibrand wants to connect more New York universities with the manufacturing and engineering work force.   Monday, the Senator took to Binghamton University to discuss new... more

Update: Brush Fire Spans 55 Acres in Hillcrest VIEW VIDEO
May 10, 2015 - A brush fire burns through more than 50 acres of land in Hillcrest.   According to the county fire crews cleared the scene yesterday evening around 7 p.m. The fire broke out yesterday just after... more

Binghamton Street Paving to Begin VIEW VIDEO
May 10, 2015 - Binghamton Mayor, Rich David will talk about about some new street improvements.   Monday, the mayor will announce details of Binghamton's 2015 Street Improvement Plan.   The details will be... more

Mom's enjoy Free Day at Ross Park Zoo VIEW VIDEO
May 10, 2015 - The Zoo took some time to appreciate moms Sunday.   The Binghamton Ross Park Zoo held a "Free Admission for Mom" day where any mom could enjoy the establishment at no charge. More than 700... more

Holiday Inn Hosts Mother's Day Brunch VIEW VIDEO
May 10, 2015 - The Holiday Inn is welcoming families for a special meal with mom. Sunday more than 450 people came to the Holiday Inn Binghamton to enjoy a traditional brunch buffet with tons of food anywhere... more

Local Flower Shops Stays Busy on Mother's Day VIEW VIDEO
May 10, 2015 - Flowers are a popular Mother's Day gift, of course, and one local shop is highlighting how they prepare for the big day. Sunday, Dillenbeck's Florist in Johnson City prepped to distribute their... more

Kopernic to Host Space Week 2015 VIEW VIDEO
May 10, 2015 - A local observatory plans to make sure this week is "Out of this World." Monday,  the Kopernik Observatory and Science Education Center will kick off Space Week 2015.  It's an annual event... more

14 Fire Agencies Fight Large Brush Fire VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2015 - Residents have evacuated after brush fires spreads across several miles of Hillcrest. Fourteen agencies including Windsor, Binghamton, Hillcrest, Port Crane and Vestal Fire Department responded to... more

Update: Virgil Man Faces Murder Charges VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2015 - A Virgil man faces murder charges in connection with the death of a 16-year-old girl Friday afternoon. Cortland Police are identifying the suspect as 23-year-old Micheal Hammond II, Police say... more

Apartment Building Catches Fires on Mather Street VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2015 - At least one person is hospitalized after an apartment building catches fire in Binghamton. Binghamton fire officials say there arrived on scene a little after 5 a.m. Sunday morning at 1 Mather... more

Police Week Continues with Charity Basketball Tournament VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2015 - In honor of police week local officers are battling it out on the basketball court in a tournament to help support the family of a fellow officer. Its all part of the Police week Charity... more

Broome Tioga Families Get Muddy for a Cause VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2015 - Families are taking on the mud for a good cause.  It was all part of the second annual Mud Mountain Rock and Run held at the Broome Tioga Sports Center.  The 5-K Mud Run and Musical Festival... more

Historic Homes Offer Tours VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2015 - Historical homes in the community are opening their doors to the public. It was all part of the PAST, or Preservation Association of the Southern Tier, tour.  Locals were invited to tour five... more

BU Holds Lyme Disease Conference VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2015 - This nice weather makes for a perfect time to go outside -- but experts say there are some risks that come with being outdoors. Today the Southern Tier Lyme Support Group hosted their first... more

Buy a Dress, Fight Breast Cancer! VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2015 - Local residents are finding the wedding dress of their dreams while helping to fight disease.  Saturday, the YMCA of Broome County in Johnson City hosted the Brides Against Cancer Nationwide... more

SUNY Broome Theatre Renamed in Honor of Late Professor VIEW VIDEO
May 8, 2015 - Family, colleagues and faculty members gathered Friday night to honor a man who was the driving force behind SUNY Broome's theatre program for 30 years.   The honoring of the late professor Angelo... more

Police Week Basketball Tournament to Help Officer's Family VIEW VIDEO
May 8, 2015 - Southern Tier police officers are bringing their a-game to the court for Police Week.   The 3rd annual Police Week Charity Basketball Tournament is this Saturday at St. Pats church in Binghamton.... more

Suspect in Custody After Conklin Ave. Bank Robbery VIEW VIDEO
May 8, 2015 - State Police have a suspect in custody after a bank robbery late this afternoon.     The robbery happened at the People's Security Bank at 1026 Conklin Ave at around 4:30. The suspect was... more

Woman in Intensive Care After Being Struck in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
May 8, 2015 - A woman suffered head trauma after being struck by a car Friday afternoon on state street in downtown binghamton.   The woman, who police say was undergoing further testing in the Intensive Care... more

Man Allegedly Flees Police, Falls in River VIEW VIDEO
May 8, 2015 - A Binghamton man is arrested after fleeing from law enforcement.     Police say at about 10:30 last night 31-year-old Matthew Barrows of Binghamton ran a red light in the town of union and fled... more

Volunteers Honored for Making a Difference in Community VIEW VIDEO
May 7, 2015 - Some local volunteers were honored Thursday for making a difference in the lives of the elderly. Faith in Action volunteers attended a commitment awards ceremony.  It was the 17th year the awards... more

Award Winning Illustrator Makes a Stop in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
May 7, 2015 - An award winning illustrator made his way to the Broome County library Thursday night to hold a free presentation for area residents and children.     E.B Lewis has illustrated more than 60... more

Hillary Clinton Supporters and Volunteers Discuss Opportunities VIEW VIDEO
May 6, 2015 - The Presidential election is still about a year and a half away, but the excitement is growing for Hillary Clinton's campaign.  On Wednesday night at the Democratic headquarters on Upper Court Street... more

Broome County Highlights Mental Health & Recovery Programs VIEW VIDEO
May 6, 2015 - Recovery is achievable and maintainable. That was the message Wednesday at the Day of Recovery 2015.     The Broome County Dual Recovery Project and the Mental Health Association of the Southern... more

Teacher Sent to Hospital, OK After Binghamton HS Fight VIEW VIDEO
May 6, 2015 - A Binghamton High School student is under arrest, charged with disorderly conduct, and a teacher is sent to the hospital after a fight Wednesday morning at the school.   According to Binghamton... more

Three Charged in Prostitution Bust VIEW VIDEO
May 6, 2015 - Three women are facing prostitution charges after police say they each agreed to engage in sexual conduct with an undercover officer for money in Johnson City.     22-year-old Amanita Mansaray... more

BU Nursing Students Conduct Disaster Drilling VIEW VIDEO
May 6, 2015 - Disaster struck the area Wednesday - sending victims from overloaded hospitals to the events center at BU. But, it's OK - it was all a drill. It was more about a learning experience for nursing... more

A Public Hearing on the Binghamton School District's 2015-16 Budget VIEW VIDEO
May 5, 2015 - A public hearing was held Tuesday night on the Binghamton School District's 2015-2016 budget.      The board passed the 107 million dollar budget last month.  The budget would decrease spending... more

Long Term Care Nursing Ombudsman Program Ensures Elderly Have a Voice VIEW VIDEO
May 5, 2015 - Are you interested in making sure that your loved ones who are in nursing homes or assisted living facilities have a voice?     On Tuesday at the Broome County library a program was put together... more

Local Father Speaks Out After North Carolina Shooting Death of Son VIEW VIDEO
May 5, 2015 - The father of a Union-Endicott graduate is speaking out after the shooting death of his son in North Carolina last week. Reports claim David Pittarelli, 33, and his shooter were arguing prior to... more

Local Parents with Special Needs Children Learn to Plan Vacations VIEW VIDEO
May 4, 2015 - Officials at the Southern Tier Special Education Task Force are teaching parents of children with special needs how to vacation plan.     Monday, the center hosted a program focusing on making... more

Children's Author Reads to Local Elementary School Students VIEW VIDEO
May 4, 2015 - A children's author is making her way across elementary schools in the area.   Today Julia Cook took some time to read to the kids at Vestal Hills and African Road Elementary Schools. Cook is... more

Thousands Run in 5th Annual Bridge Run VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2015 - Runners are hitting the streets of Binghamton.     Sunday, this city held it's 5th annual Bridge Run. More than 2,200 people participated in the run that highlights four of the area's most... more

Hundreds Raise Awareness for Multiple Sclerosis VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2015 - Community members are coming together to walk to eliminate Multiple Sclerosis.   More than 500 people gathered at Otsiningo Park to participate in Walk MS Binghamton -- a walk raising money to... more

Police Officers Remember Live Lost in the Line of Duty VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2015 - Local Officers are remembering those whose lives were lost in the line of duty.    As part of the 33rd Annual Police Memorial Week, a Memorial Service was held at the Sarah Johnson Memorial... more

Oakdale Mall Hosts Annual Orchid Show VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2015 - They say April showers bring May flowers -- well looks like some flowers are already here!   The Southern Tier Orchid Society is hosting the 2015 Annual Orchid Show at the Oakdale Mall May 2-3... more

Temple Israel Begins New Construction VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2015 - A local temple is getting a new start.  Sunday, Temple Israel held a Groundbreaking Ceremony to celebrate the construction of a new synagogue.   The New Temple will be located at its same... more

USA Yoga Competition Comes to Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2015 - Yogis from across the nation are coming together all in the name of competition. The USA Yoga 2015 National Yoga Asana Championship took place this weekend at the Holiday Inn Binghamton with the... more

Cool Down Follows Binghamton Bridge Run VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2015 - After the race, participants had the chance to take a breather! "The Cool Down" hosted by HUE invited those who came out for the race to take some time to relax and unwind. Runners were invited... more

Dance Mom Star Comes to Forum Theater VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2015 - Chloe from TV's hit show Dance Moms makes her way to the forum theater. Sunday afternoon, the star made her way to the theater as part of the Triple Threat Tour. The tour making its way through... more

Community Helps Repair Local Family Home VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2015 - Broome County residents are trying to help out a local family. Saturday, more than 60 volunteers came together to tear off and replace the roofing of a family's home in Port Crane. The home... more

Fifth Annual Bridge Run to Kick-Off Sunday VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2015 - Runners lace up those shoes and get ready for the fifth annual 2015 Bridge Run.   The half marathon begins Sunday at  7:30 a.m. followed by the 5K race at 10 and cool down at 11. The race... more

Locals Participate in Farm Tours VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2015 - Get a tour of some local farms!   The Cornell Community Cooperative Extension of Broome County is presenting the Broome County Farm Trail 2015.  The Trail invites families to visit and tour... more

Broome County YMCA Recognizes Healthy Kids Day VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2015 - Southern Tier families are recognizing the importance of keeping kids healthy.   Saturday, the West Family YMCA in Johnson City celebrated Healthy Kids Day.  Healthy Kids Day is a national YMCA... more

Discovery Center Holds Truck Day VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2015 - The Discovery Center is giving some kids the opportunity to explore one of their favorite automobiles.Trucks! Saturday, the Discovery Center held its Truck Day for the first time in eight years. ... more

The Kalurah Shriners Royal Hanneford Circus Comes To Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
May 1, 2015 - Lions and tigers and bears oh my! The Kalurah Shriners Royal Hanneford Circus is in town.     Ring master Billy Martin says that there are acts that the whole family can enjoy this weekend such... more

City Councilman is Looking to be Re-elected VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2015 - A Binghamton City Councilman is seeking re-election. On Thursday night lifelong Binghamton resident and Republican John Matzo announced in front of his supporters at "The Relief Pitcher" that he... more

Details on $500 Million Competition for Southern Tier VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2015 - Governor Cuomo released more details Thursday on a state competition that could bring half a billion dollars to the Southern Tier.     Seven regions, including the Southern Tier, will compete in... more

Company Looking to Hire Railroad Conductors VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2015 - Have you ever thought about training to become a conductor in the railroad industry? On Thursday at The Holiday Inn in downtown Binghamton, Representatives from the Norfolk Southern Rail Company... more

Final Lecture Ends 43-Year Teaching Career VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2015 - After 43 years of teaching a SUNY Broome professor gave his final lecture Thursday afternoon.     Doug Garnar discussed Democracy's College Thursday - that's a term the Truman Commission used to... more

Lesko: Eyes on Target Date Funds VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2015 - Jason: Many pre-retirees are turning to target date funds for retirement  savings. Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial explains what they are. Greg...  Greg: Thanks, Jason. Target date funds are... more

SUNY Broome Brings Back Honors Program VIEW VIDEO
April 29, 2015 - SUNY Broome is providing an opportunity for students to push their academic growth.     Wednesday school President Kevin Drumm announced the launch of the new Honors Program, the first such... more

New Executive Director Appointed for Broome Co. Land Bank VIEW VIDEO
April 29, 2015 - Broome County Land Bank now has a new executive director.   Margaret Scarinzi will replace Stacey Duncan and serve as the organization's next executive director. The Land Bank is a... more

Local MMA Fighter Reacts to Jon "Bones" Jones Downfall VIEW VIDEO
April 29, 2015 - Endicott Native Jon "Bones" Jones is now the former UFC light heavyweight champion after the fighting organization stripped Jones of his championship belt.   This comes after Jones' arrest on a... more

Purple Toilet Gains Support for American Cancer Society VIEW VIDEO
April 29, 2015 - A new lawn ornament is making its way around Binghamton and it's not your typical one!   Wednesday, Seton Catholic High school students placed a purple toilet on their principal's lawn -- all in... more

Binghamton Shooting Suspect Remains at Large VIEW VIDEO
April 29, 2015 - An overnight shooting which left a Binghamton man in stable condition is still under investigation. Binghamton police say 24-year-old Lakeith Harris was shot in the abdomen last night after 10 pm... more

Binghamton Man Pleads Guilty to Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
April 29, 2015 - A Binghamton man has pleaded guilty to a stabbing in Binghamton. Fifty two year old Elvin Hernandez admitted that on February 5, he attacked forty two year old Joy Williams with a knife at her... more

SUNY Broome Hosts Binghamton Heroin Awareness Night VIEW VIDEO
April 28, 2015 - It was a full house at the SUNY Broome gym as local officials and community members gathered to raise awareness and fight back against the heroin epidemic. "He was someone who made you feel like... more

How Would Local Police React if Violent Protests Happened in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
April 28, 2015 - Violent protests and riots erupted in Baltimore Monday after the death of 25-year old Freddie Grey,an African American who died while in police custody.     Over the past several months protests... more

Broome Tioga Boces Holds Career Fair VIEW VIDEO
April 28, 2015 - Students enrolled at Broome Tioga Boces had an opportunity to learn about career opportunities in their fields and other programs as well at the 9th annual career information fair.  The event is... more

Elementary School Students Help the Samaritan House VIEW VIDEO
April 28, 2015 - St. James elementary school participates in many community service projects and their latest is collecting household items for the Samaritan House.     Tuesday morning, 5th grade students helped... more

Town of Maine Native Brings His Company Back to Area VIEW VIDEO
April 28, 2015 - A Town of Maine native is bringing his company back home. Jared Bowling is the head of Lightspin Technologies, which develops semiconductor photo sensors for physics experiments or medical... more

Jon "Bones" Jones is Suspect in Hit-and-Run
April 27, 2015 - Endicott native Jon "Bones" Jones, the reigning UFC light heavyweight champion, is the lead suspect in a hit-and-run accident Sunday morning, Albuquerque Police said a pregnant woman in her 20's who... more

Front & Clinton Street Construction Nearing Completion VIEW VIDEO
April 27, 2015 - The final phase of lowering the roadway beneath the railroad overpasses at the intersection of Front and Clinton Streets in Binghamton is underway.     Over the next month work will including... more

Fight Against Heroin Epidemic Continues with "Binghamton Heroin Awareness Night" VIEW VIDEO
April 27, 2015 - As Broome County continues to fight the heroin epidemic, parents, police, and community leaders are working to raise awareness. At Tuesday night's "Binghamton Heroin Awareness Night" at SUNY... more

Start Up NY Continues to Create Jobs Despite Criticism VIEW VIDEO
April 27, 2015 - After a report showing the state's Start Up New York program created just 76 jobs in 2014 spurred criticism of the program, Governor Cuomo announced today 17 additional companies will create 343 new... more

Former WNBA Star Delivers Message at Binghamton University VIEW VIDEO
April 27, 2015 - Current ESPN analyst and former WNBA basketball player Rebecca Lobo spoke at Binghamton University to celebrate  women's athletics on campus.   This is the 10th year of the luncheon event that... more

SUNY Broome Hosts 2nd Annual Color Run to Benefit MHAST VIEW VIDEO
April 26, 2015 - A traditional run is bringing lots of color to the SUNY Broome Campus. This morning more than 5,500 people came out to Binghamton's 2nd annual Color Run benefiting the Mental Health Association of... more

Binghamton Holds 2nd Mural Fest VIEW VIDEO
April 26, 2015 - The city of Binghamton held its second annual Mural Fest on the Riverwalk Sunday.  More than 2,000 people attended the event which included more than 31 artists, seven bands, open mic, local... more

Phelps Museum Highlights the Civil War VIEW VIDEO
April 26, 2015 - The Phleps Mansion is taking us back in time!   Sunday, the Museum held their biggest event of the year – Civil War Family Day.  More than 100 people came out to take part in the historic... more

Pet Expo Comes to Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
April 26, 2015 - The Holiday Inn Binghamton is going wild!  Equinox Broadcasting sponsored their second annual Pet Expo Sunday. More than 1,500 people came out to the Expo which featured more than 40 vendors... more

Health Officials Promote Good Oral Hygiene with 5K VIEW VIDEO
April 26, 2015 - Making sure to keep good dental hygiene may be more important than you know. Sunday the Oral Cancer Foundation held a 5K run/walk to help raise awareness for oral cancer.  Sunday's event included... more

Binghamton Man Faces DWI Charges VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2015 - A Binghamton man is facing multiple charges after deputies say he was driving while intoxicated. A witness contacted police after Patrick Beam, 41, was seen passed out in his car after stumbling... more

Binghamton Fire Officials Responds to Apartment Fire VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2015 - One person is left without a home after a fire broke out inside a Binghamton apartment...   Binghamton fire officials arrived on scene at 24 Isbell street just after 7:30 Saturday evening.... more

Local Fire Departments Recruit Volunteers VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2015 - Do you think you have what it takes to be a volunteer firefighter?  Well, local fire stations are asking for your help.     More than 30 local volunteer fire departments, including the East Maine,... more

Lourdes Hospital Recognizes Volunteer Workers VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2015 - Lourdes Hospital is thanking its volunteers with a brunch!  Saturday, the hospital held its annual Volunteer Brunch at Traditions at the Glen to recognize their help and also to celebrate their... more

Locals Remember Mario Masciarelli VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2015 - Locals are coming together to raise money and honor the life of Mario Masciarelli.   Masciarelli is a Binghamton man who fell victim of murder in 2013. Saturday, more than 1,000 family, friends... more

Local Veterans Help Veterans VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2015 - Vets are helping the Vets.  Saturday the VETS4VETS Benefit was held at Binghamton’s Post 1645.  The all-day event included a chicken barbecue and a police-escorted American Legion riders parade.... more

Broome and Tioga Residents Honor On-the-Job Lives Lost VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2015 - Labor crews, family and friends are remembering workers who lost their lives while on the job. Saturday, the Broome-Tioga Federation of Labor teamed up with Greater Binghamton Labor-Religion... more

Officials Remember Armenian Genocide VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2015 - Residents are coming together to remember a historical tragedy: The Armenian Genocide, the anniversary: 100 years ago today, during the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.   Saturday morning... more

New Gear for the Binghamton Fire Department VIEW VIDEO
April 24, 2015 - The City of Binghamton Fire Department is receiving almost $300,000 dollars in federal funding to replace outdated equipment. Friday U.S. Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand announced... more

Binghamton Woman Charged with Possession of 50 Bags of Heroin VIEW VIDEO
April 24, 2015 - A Binghamton woman wanted on three active arrest warrants is awaiting arraignment tonight after police say they found 50 bags of heroin at her residence.   The arrest comes after a month long... more

Upcoming Renovations to the Collier Street Parking Garage VIEW VIDEO
April 24, 2015 - Portions of the Collier Street Parking Garage will be out of commission in the coming months for repairs. The Collier Street Garage is just one of the city's three public parking structures that... more

Arbor Day Celebrations VIEW VIDEO
April 24, 2015 - It might have been a little chilly out Friday but that didn't stop the Discovery Center from celebrating the 143rd Arbor Day. Five new trees were planted in the Discovery Center's Storybook... more

Renovations for Recreation Park VIEW VIDEO
April 24, 2015 - Recreation Park in Binghamton received quite the facelift Friday. Students in Binghamton University's School of Management Honors Program, or PWC Scholars, held a community service day at the park... more

Sentencing for Matthew Libous Postponed VIEW VIDEO
April 23, 2015 - The sentencing for Matthew Libous, son of State Senator Tom Libous, for tax fraud has been postponed until May18th. Matthew Libous was originally supposed to receive his sentence on April... more

Staying a Step Ahead of Meth Cookers VIEW VIDEO
April 23, 2015 - Pseudoephedrine is a  common ingredient found in cold medications - and in methamphetamines. Federal regulations set the following limits on sales of drugs with those ingredients to individuals: 3.6... more

Another Sold Out Wine & Food Fest at Roberson VIEW VIDEO
April 23, 2015 - The snow showers didn't stop hundreds of people from attending Roberson's 15th annual Wine and Food Fest. This year's event not only had more vendors but it also provided the tastings from our areas... more

State AG's Office: No Comment on Whether It Is Looking Into Brown Investigation VIEW VIDEO
April 23, 2015 - *This story was corrected on Friday at 12:40 p.m. Lt. Martin Burnett's name was incorrect in the original article. The State Attorney General's Office will neither confirm nor deny whether it is ... more

Binghamton Brothers Face Drug Charges VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2015 - Two brothers from Binghamton are behind bars facing numerous drug charges.   The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force say that thirty-one year old Ernest Cureton was selling heroin... more

Local Residents Continue to Rally for Police Modernization Act VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2015 - Binghamton residents continue to push for legislation that would prevent racial profiling in the City of Binghamton. Wednesday night residents and members of the Human Rights Commission met with... more

New Documents on Investigation of BPD Officer Katie Brown's Death VIEW VIDEO
April 21, 2015 - New documents on the investigation after the death of Binghamton Police Officer Katie Brown and former officer Christopher Stoeckel.   Brown and Stoeckel were killed in a motorcycle crash on may... more

National Crime Victims Rights Week Begins VIEW VIDEO
April 20, 2015 - Three years ago, the Mills family in Deposit tragically lost their 20 year old son. "My son was brutally murdered. He was struck in the head, he died and was murdered," said Jane Mills from... more

State Attorney General Proposes Microbead-Free Waters Act VIEW VIDEO
April 20, 2015 - Could some beauty products have ugly consequences for the environment? State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says yes.   Schneiderman is sending a bill to the legislature called the... more

Bing. Police Officer Sager Motions for Dismissed Charges VIEW VIDEO
April 20, 2015 - The Binghamton police officer who has been found guilty of leaving the scene of an accident has filed a motion for the charges against her to be dismissed and that she be reinstated to the force.   ... more

Fort Edward Man Faces Domestic Felony Charges VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2015 - A Fort Edward man is facing felony charges after police say he was fighting in front of two children. Broome County sheriff's officials responded to a physical altercation on Pierce Creek Road... more

Prospect Mountain Construction to Cause Lane Closures VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2015 - The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) announced that  pavement repair  and sign structure work will be performed within the Prospect Mountain construction project in the City of... more

Locals Get Muddy in Annual Mud Gauntlet Race VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2015 - Getting muddy for a good cause...   That was the idea Sunday morning at the 2nd annual Mud Gauntlet put together by Newbsanity and the Southern Tier AIDS Program. Participants run, crawl, and... more

Volunteers Shave Heads to Help Fund Children Cancer Research VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2015 - Some volunteers are going bald to contribute to children's cancer research.     Sunday the Binghamton Firefighter's Benevolent Association hosted its annual Saint Baldrick's Event More than 30... more

Hundreds Raise More than $2,500 in Pink Elk 5K VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2015 - Another run going on Sunday morning -- The Pink Elk 5K. It's the second annual Pink Elk 5K put together by the Vestal Elks Veteran's Committee, Ross Corners Baptist Church and the Western Broome... more

Weis Grocery Store Offers Online Shopping Option VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2015 - Now you can shop for groceries online!   Weis grocery stores are announcing their new shopping option. Through online shopping shoppers have the ability to browse an online menu,order their... more

Sertoma Club Hosts 33rd Annual Million Dollar Antique Show VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2015 - Are your antiques worth big money?   This weekend, the Binghamton Sertoma Club hosted their 33rd annual Million Dollar Antique Show.  People were welcome to browse jewelry, glassware and... more

Ross Park Zoo Opens VIEW VIDEO
April 18, 2015 - Binghamton's Ross Park Zoo is now open!   Saturday, the zoo kicked off the grand opening for its 140th season. The zoo had been closed over the winter months from December until... more

Local Group Advocates Gun Rights and Helps Veterans VIEW VIDEO
April 18, 2015 - A local group is meeting to advocate 2nd Amendment rights all while donating to local veterans. Some local organizations including Shooters Committee on Political Education or SCOPE, came... more

SUNY Broome Holds 35th Annual Children's Fair VIEW VIDEO
April 18, 2015 - SUNY Broome is celebrating the community's youngest learners.   Saturday the college held its 35th annual Children's Fair.  This year's theme was Celebrating Our Youngest Learners and more than... more

BU Alumni Volunteers for Global Day of Service VIEW VIDEO
April 18, 2015 - Binghamton University alumni want to preserve the community -- all in honor of National Volunteer month. Saturday, the University held its inaugural Alumni Global Day of Service. Binghamton... more

Emergency Personnel Attend Conference to Enhance Skills VIEW VIDEO
April 18, 2015 - Safety personnel are taking some time to learn how to advance their medical skills. More than 250 people gathered for the 27th annual Patrick E. O' Hara, EMS/ Emergency Medicine/ Trauma Teaching... more

Protesters Rally in Opposition to Trade Agreement VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2015 - Protesters gathered to show their opposition to the fast tracking of a trade agreement they say would cut jobs. They gathered at the Metro Center in front of Congressman Richard Hanna's... more

Learning More About Global Health Issues VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2015 - Local community members are learning more about health issues plaguing countries around the world.     On Friday at the 2015 Human Rights and Global Health conference, experts explained the... more

Volunteers of America Dedicate Their Memorial Garden VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2015 - The spirit of pride is in full bloom at Volunteers of America in Binghamton.   On Friday the VOA held a ceremony for the dedication of their veteran memorial garden. Volunteers and residents... more

Mother of BPD Officer Katie Brown Feels Misled by Death Investigation VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2015 - At approximately 10:12 pm on may 18th, 2014 a motorcycle crash on the Vestal Parkway killed Binghamton Police Officer Katie Brown  and Christopher Stoeckel, a former BPD officer. At 1:15 the next... more

Binghamton Pothole Repair Update VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2015 - One thing is for sure...potholes have been slowing Binghamton drivers down -  Friday Mayor Rich David gave an update on Binghamton's attempt to patch things up. Work started about a month ago when... more

Buttons Back at Spiedie Fest VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2015 - We're still more than 3 months away from the 31st Annual Spiedie fest but organizers are already announcing details they hope will make the festival bigger and better than ever.     The buttons... more

New York State Police Launch "Speed Week" VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2015 - If you seem to have a lead foot when you get behind the wheel, you could find yourself paying some hefty fines and penalties.     Starting Friday New York State Police began targeting aggressive... more

Landlords Learn the Ropes About how to Keep a Home Safe VIEW VIDEO
April 16, 2015 - There's a lot to know about being a landlord, including how to keep a home safe.     On Thursday Broome County's Health Department along with the Legal Services of Central New York and the... more

The YWCA Reintroduces it's "Perfectly Suited" Program VIEW VIDEO
April 16, 2015 - Looking to dress to impress for your next job interview but don't have the budget to purchase your own clothes?     Then you may be in luck!  The YWCA of Binghamton and Broome County reintroduced... more

Operation Safe Stop in Effect VIEW VIDEO
April 16, 2015 - Law enforcement officers in the Southern Tier and across the state are cracking down on drivers who illegally pass stopped school buses.     Thursday they were taking part in the 22nd annual... more

New York's Unemployment Rate Ticks Down VIEW VIDEO
April 16, 2015 - The state's unemployment rate dropped slightly as it's private-sector job count ticked up.     The state's unemployment rate was 5.7 percent in March as it added 8,600 private-sector jobs. The... more

Binghamton Officer Guilty of Leaving Scene of Accident VIEW VIDEO
April 15, 2015 - The Binghamton Police officer accusing Chief Joseph Zikuski of sexual harassment has been found guilty of leaving the scene of an accident. A City Judge ruled Kristi Sager guilty Wednesday. Sager... more

Broome County District Attorney Officially Announces He's Seeking Re-election VIEW VIDEO
April 15, 2015 - Broome County District Attorney Gerald Mollen is seeking another term in office.   Mollen  officially announced his candidacy for re-election Wednesday night at the American Legion Post 89 in... more

A Tribute to the Former Semi-Pro Triple Cities Jets VIEW VIDEO
April 15, 2015 - A new display at the Double Tree Hotel in Binghamton pays tribute to our area's former semi-pro football team. The Triple Cities Jets was founded in 1970 by owner, and head coach Ray Stanton. The... more

Company in Trouble For Illegally Suing Hundreds of New Yorkers VIEW VIDEO
April 15, 2015 - A Debt Collections company is in trouble for illegally suing hundreds of New Yorkers including some from Binghamton.     The company is called Asta Funding. The Attorney General's office said they... more

Riverside Drive Construction Project Scheduled to Finish up by End of Summer VIEW VIDEO
April 14, 2015 - The final stages of the two-year Riverside Drive construction project in Binghamton will be finished by the end of the summer.     Construction begins April 15th and continues through April 24th... more

Is Common Core Opt-Out the Right Move? VIEW VIDEO
April 14, 2015 - Tests and protests. State Common Core tests began today throughout New York. 60,000 students opted out of those tests last year with more expected to this year....     Test results are used as... more

Lupardo: Castle Funding Will Come Back to BU VIEW VIDEO
April 14, 2015 - The almost 12 and a half million dollars earmarked for Binghamton University to rehab Binghamton's old Inebriate Asylum Castle vetoed by Governor Cuomo could soon once again make it's way to the... more

Local Political Committees React Following Clinton's Announcement VIEW VIDEO
April 13, 2015 - Local political committees are sharing their reactions to Hillary Clinton's big announcement.     Sunday, the former Secretary of State announced she is officially running for president. Clinton... more

Community Members Celebrate Orthodox Easter VIEW VIDEO
April 12, 2015 - For millions of Orthodox Christians, this Sunday was the day to celebrate their Easter holiday, also known as Pascha.   The Orthodox church observes Easter by the Julian calendar rather than the... more

Canstruction Kicks Off at Oakdale Mall VIEW VIDEO
April 12, 2015 - Getting creative with cans... all while contributing for a good cause. The Broome County Leadership Institute Alumni Association returns with "Canstruction" for the second year. Canned goods... more

Thousands Head to SUNY Broome Heart Walk VIEW VIDEO
April 12, 2015 - Thousands head to SUNY Broome campus to prove walking is good for the heart and what a perfect day to do so. Sunday the American Heart Association held its 26th annual Heart Walk. According to... more

Hundreds Remember Fallen Johnson City Officer D.W. Smith VIEW VIDEO
April 12, 2015 - Hundreds of supporters are celebrating the life of a Johnson City police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty last year. The Johnson City Police Association held a remembrance... more

Police Close Parts of Lester Ave; Neighbors Suspect Meth Bust VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2015 - Parts of Lester Avenue closed to traffic Saturday in Johnson City.   Several law enforcement agencies including State Police, Johnson City Police and Broome County Sheriff's officers were on... more

Hundreds Support Alive with Autism 5K VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2015 - A sea of blue at Otsiningo Park Saturday morning for the Alive with Autism 5K. It was all part of recognizing April as Autism Awareness Month. More than 200 supporters showed up to the third... more

Students Participate in Odyssey of the Mind Tournament at BU VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2015 - Thousands of students all across New York State are showing off their creative skills at Binghamton University.     It's all part of the 36th annual Odyssey of the Mind State Finals Tournament.... more

VINES Teaches Locals Urban Gardening VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2015 - For those who have a green thumb, this is for you! VINES, an organization that was founded as a means for people to afford fresh produce and spruce up the neighborhoods with gardens, is... more

Locals Search for Easter Eggs at Columbus Park VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2015 - Easter may have been last Sunday but there are still Easter  eggs hiding around town. Saturday nearly 100 community members came out to Columbus Park in Binghamton for the Neighbors Against Crime... more

Broome County Health Department to Remain Closed Next Week VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2015 - The Broome County Health Department in Binghamton will remain closed next week. This after the Front Street location was closed Thursday after a sealant used by contractors caused excessive fumes.... more

Schumer Asks Feds for Help in Broome County Drug Fight VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2015 - Drug overdose deaths in Broome County have almost quadrupled in the last five years.   This according to Senator Charles Schumer who was in Binghamton to launch his push to designate Broome... more

Judge Refuses to Dismiss Suit Against Binghamton Mayor VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2015 - A State Supreme Court Judge denied Binghamton Mayor Rich David's motion to dismiss a lawsuit against him.     On January First WBNG employee Daisy Dawson claimed that Erica Aminalee, David's... more

Fugitive From Justice in Pennsylvania is Arrested VIEW VIDEO
April 9, 2015 - A Town of Binghamton man who was wanted in Pennsylvania for a probation violation regarding an assault charge has been arrested. Members of the Broome County Sheriff's Office Warrant Division and... more

Job Fair at SUNY Broome Draws Hundreds From Southern Tier VIEW VIDEO
April 9, 2015 - More than 70 employers were looking for potential employees at the SUNY Broome Ice Center  on Thursday.     The SUNY Broome/Martin Luther King Jr. job fair drew hundreds, including many... more

Richard Bucci to Step Down as Seton Principal VIEW VIDEO
April 9, 2015 - Former Binghamton Mayor Rich Bucci is stepping down as Principal of Seton Catholic High School.     In a letter he sent Thursday to Seton Catholic students and staff Bucci announced he will leave... more

Lesko: What to Do With Your Tax Refund VIEW VIDEO
April 9, 2015 - jason:  it's tax crunch time and greg lesko  of lesko financial has some advice  about your refund.  greg:  thanks, jason. getting a tax refund  is not a great savings plan, because  it's... more

Kristi Sager Trial In Hands of Judge VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2015 - A Binghamton City Court Judge is still deciding the criminal case against Kristi Sager. She's the Binghamton Police Officer who is accusing Chief Joseph Zikuski of sexual harassment. Sager is... more

Broome County Makes Disposing of Old Prescription Drugs Easy VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2015 - A new solution to dispose of old prescription drugs. Wednesday was the first of five events Broome County is putting together to allow people to safely dispose of expired prescription drugs.     ... more

Binghamton Man Killed in Crash in Delaware County VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2015 - A Binghamton man was killed in an early morning accident on Monday in Delaware County.     State Police in sidney say that 27 year old Brendan Fields was driving southbound on County Highway 2 in... more

City Council Discusses Proposed Police Modernization Legislation VIEW VIDEO
April 7, 2015 - The Binghamton City Council Municipal and Public Affairs committee discussed proposed legislation known as the "police modernization law" at their meeting Tuesday night.      In attendance were... more

Otsiningo Park to get a Facelift VIEW VIDEO
April 7, 2015 - And the home to Spiedie Fest, Otsiningo Park, is about to undergo a half-million dollar upgrade.     The project on the trail that runs from the Bevier Street entrance of the park, along the... more

Using Tai Chi to Help Prevent Falls for the Elderly VIEW VIDEO
April 7, 2015 - The Better Balance Project for Broome County is using the martial art of Tai Chi to help prevent falls for older adults.     The national Center for Disease Control and Prevention says Tai Chi... more

Christina Perri and Colbie Caillat To Headline Spiedie Fest VIEW VIDEO
April 7, 2015 - Recording artists Christina Perri and Colbie Caillat will perform at this year's Spiedie Fest.     The stop at Otsiningo Park will will be part of the duo's "the girls night out, boys can come... more

Broome Co. Legislature to Discuss Future Public Hearing Times VIEW VIDEO
April 6, 2015 - A public hearing on public hearings Tuesday afternoon at the Broome County legislature.   At issue is a proposed law that would keep public hearings from being scheduled for before 5 p.m. This... more

Is Minor Flooding on Tap for This Week? VIEW VIDEO
April 6, 2015 - With warm temperatures continuing to melt snow, and with showers forecast for much of the rest of the week, The National Weather Service is keeping it's eye out for potential minor flooding this week... more

Binghamton Honored for Anti-Tobacco Efforts VIEW VIDEO
April 6, 2015 - The City of Binghamton is honored in Albany at Legislative Education Day for it's efforts to protect youth from tobacco marketing.     This according to Tobacco Free Broome and Tioga. Binghamton... more

NYS A.G.: Tips to Avoid Tax Scams VIEW VIDEO
April 6, 2015 - We are just over a week away from tax day which means it's prime time for tax scams. State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is issuing some tips.     Among them, the IRS will never demand... more

Binghamton Police Officer Criminal Trial Begins VIEW VIDEO
April 6, 2015 - The criminal trial of a Binghamton Police officer accusing Chief Joseph Zikuski of sexual harassment began in city court Monday. Officer Kristi Sager is charged with leaving the scene of an... more

Community Remembers Former Town of Union Supervisor VIEW VIDEO
April 6, 2015 - Friends and family are remembering five-term Town of Union Supervisor Jack Cheevers.   Calling hours for Cheevers were Monday evening in Endicott. Cheevers died last Monday at age 79. He was... more

NYS Health Improvement Program to Receive 2 Million VIEW VIDEO
April 6, 2015 - The Southern Tier region of the state's Health Improvement Program will receive $2 million to help improve the flow of medical information and fight disease.     Some of the funds will also be... more

Ross Park Zoo Holds Egg-Stravaganza VIEW VIDEO
April 5, 2015 - The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park held their annual Easter Egg-stravaganza this weekend. Between Saturday and Sunday more than 600 people showed up hunting for Easter eggs, making arts and crafts.... more

Broome County Recognizes Public Health Week VIEW VIDEO
April 5, 2015 - Become the Healthiest Nation in One Generation; that's this year's Public Health Week theme and Broome County is making sure the community sticks to it. This week the Southern Tier will receive ... more

Apartment Building Catches Fire Friday Night VIEW VIDEO
April 4, 2015 - Multiple families are left without a home tonight after an apartment home fire. Binghamton Fire Department responded to a fire last night at 101 Main Street. The call came in at 11:50 ... more

Recreation Park Hosts Binghamton's Largest Easter Egg Hunt VIEW VIDEO
April 4, 2015 - Locals are celebrating Easter early!  Thousands took to Rec Park this morning searching for Easter eggs. More than 2,000 residents came out to the park for the Binghamton's largest Easter egg... more

Catholic Schools of Broome County Host Indoor Easter Eggs Hunt VIEW VIDEO
April 4, 2015 - Some kids at Seton Catholic Central also spent the day hunting for Easter Eggs.   Saturday, the Catholic Schools of Broome County hosted more their annual indoor Easter Egg Hunt.  More than... more

Local Candy Shop Prepares for Easter Holiday VIEW VIDEO
April 4, 2015 - Fuddy Duddy's in Vestal spent this afternoon wrapping up their gourmet preps for Easter! Workers say thousands of different Easter candy items have been made throughout the season.  Fuddy... more

Portion of Front Street to be Closed Until Next Friday VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2015 - A portion of Front Street will continue to be closed to through traffic until next Friday.     Due to unforeseen conditions the portion of Front St. between Gaines and Clinton streets will be... more

Local Coalition Wants To Increase Solar Energy in Homes Throughout Southern Tier VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2015 - Doubling the number of homes in the Southern Tier with solar energy - that's the goal of the Binghamton Regional Sustainability Coalition.     On Friday the Coalition's Southern Tier Solar Works... more

A One of a Kind Shopping Experience At "Twig & Thread" VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2015 - If you're looking for a "one of a kind" shopping experience you may want  to stop by "Twig and Thread" at 196 State Street in Binghamton.     It's an eclectic shop that's a collaboration of local... more

Sheriff's Office Warns of Check-Cashing Scam VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2015 - The Broome County Sheriff's Office is warning people about a mystery/secret shopper scam.     The scam sends people fake checks with instructions to cash them at their bank keep a portion of the... more

Firing Up Safety for Grilling Season VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2015 - A couple of mild days this week may be having you thinking spring and firing up your grill. But with many area grills sitting idle outside for much of the Winter there are many things you need to... more

Assemblywoman Lupardo's Reaction to State Budget VIEW VIDEO
April 2, 2015 - Binghamton University and SUNY Broome will gain millions from the upcoming state budget.   BU is slated to get $50 million for it's new pharmacy school and almost 12 and a half  million to... more

What Parents Need to Know During Autism Awareness Month VIEW VIDEO
April 2, 2015 - Shining the light on Autism!  That's the goal of the "autism speaks light it up blue" initiative  that began 6 years ago as famous landmarks turned their lights blue.     As the number of those... more

A Changing of the Guard at the Civil Air Patrol VIEW VIDEO
April 2, 2015 - The Civil Air Patrol's Squadron 292 has been providing community service for  over seventy years in the Southern Tier.     Its primary functions are providing emergency services, aerospace... more

City of Binghamton Hires Firm to Review Police Department VIEW VIDEO
April 2, 2015 - The City of Binghamton has chosen the local law firm Coughlin and Gerhart to conduct a review of the City's Police Department.     This comes after Police Officer Kristi Sager filed a sexual... more

Lesko: Is Credit Protection Worth the Risk? VIEW VIDEO
April 2, 2015 - Jason: Should you pay for credit  protection? greg lesko of lesko  financial takes a look. Greg.   Greg: Thanks, Jason. Playing on people's fears is a good way to sell them  something. Stories... more

Charge Against Former Binghamton Mayor may be Dismissed VIEW VIDEO
April 1, 2015 - The harassment charge against former Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan may be dismissed.     The charge stems from an allegation last August that Ryan got into an altercation with Vic Furman of Chenango... more

Local Hospital Teams Up With Food Bank To Fight Hunger VIEW VIDEO
April 1, 2015 - UHS Hospital is teaming up with the Food Bank of the Southern Tier to stop hunger.     On Wednesday UHS Wilson Medical Center hosted it's 11th annual "empty bowls" event. For a 25-dollar donation... more

Lacing Up for a Healthier Heart VIEW VIDEO
April 1, 2015 - According to the Centers for Disease Control, heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women with over 600,000 people dying from it each year.     So officials from the... more

Sen Kirsten Gillibrand Proposes Bill to Support Paid Family Leave VIEW VIDEO
April 1, 2015 - Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is touring New York state to build support for her proposed bill that would provide all workers in the country with paid family leave.   Earlier this month the senator... more

Body Cameras Being Issued to Broome County Sheriffs VIEW VIDEO
March 31, 2015 - The Broome County Sheriff's office has announced that body cameras will be issued this week to all law enforcement uniformed personnel in the agency.   The office announced that personnel are in... more

Robbery Suspects Lure Victim Through Online Escort Option VIEW VIDEO
March 30, 2015 - Four people are arrested in connection with a robbery after police say the suspects used the website backpage.com to lure in victims. Binghamton police arrested Shadaya Spencer, 19, Aasin... more

Childhood Poverty Rampant in New York State, Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 30, 2015 - Childhood poverty can have a number of effects. "Problems with anger, acting out impulsively. There seems to be higher rates of attention deficit disorder, and emotionally things like depression... more

State Leaders Reach Budget Agreement VIEW VIDEO
March 30, 2015 - It looks like New York State will have it's fifth straight on-time budget after the Governor and leaders of the Assembly and Senate announced they have reached an agreement.     The Governor has... more

Calling Hours Held for NYS Trooper VIEW VIDEO
March 29, 2015 - New York State Troopers are saying good-bye to one of their own. Sunday afternoon, calling hours were held for Trooper Glenn Woods at the Allen Memorial Home in Endicott. Woods obituary states... more

Front Street to Close to Vehicular Traffic Monday VIEW VIDEO
March 29, 2015 - Binghamton drivers passing through Front Street near the McDonald Avenue area you'll have to find an alternate route Monday. The area will be closed to vehicular traffic this week starting March... more

Home and Garden Show Comes to BU Event Center VIEW VIDEO
March 29, 2015 - The Spring season is inspiring locals to invest in brightening up their homes. This weekend the Southern Tier Home Builders and Remodelers Association put on their annual Home and Garden Show at... more

Activists Discuss Citizen Koch Film VIEW VIDEO
March 29, 2015 - Local activists are shedding light on "big money" in politics. Sunday the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Binghamton partnered with the Citizen Action group of the Southern Tier for a... more

Cordisco's Hosts Broome County Chess Championship VIEW VIDEO
March 29, 2015 - Some chess players are going for a checkmate!   Sunday Cordisco's Chess Center held the second part of its 6th annual Broome County Chess Championship, the Francis Cordisco Memorial Tournament,... more

Union-Endicott High School Holds Dinner for Veterans VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2015 - The Union-Endicott High School Veteran's Club ran a dinner at the American Legion Post 82. For just $9 diners were served a pasta and salad dinner.  The group served more than 40 people and hoped... more

Tioga Downs Holds Job Fair VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2015 - Looking for a new job?  Tioga Downs may have just the position for you. Saturday, the casino hosted an annual job fair hoping to find employees for their growing team for the summer season. The... more

Morris Justice Project Holds Justice Panel at BU VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2015 - An organization is raising awareness about inequalities in the New York City police force. Saturday, the Morris Justice Project took to BU's Downtown Center to discuss a community study of New... more

SUNY Broome Turns Ice Rink Pink VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2015 - SUNY Broome's is recognizing breast cancer by turning their ice rink pink!     Saturday, the Hockey 4 Hope Charity held its annual hockey game.  The game honors Constance Glauser who passed... more

Police: Binghamton Man had 130 Bags of Heroin VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2015 - A Binghamton man is under arrest after police say he had 130 bags of heroin.  On Wednesday police executed a warrant at 44 Louisa Street where they say they found the heroin, a digital scale, and a... more

Nigel Saunders Sentenced to 25 Years to Life for Mygatt Street Murder VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2015 - Judge Martin Smith didn't hesitate in bestowing  the maximum 25  - life sentence on Nigel Saunders saying that the evidence overwhelmingly establishes Saunders' guilt. Even with closure today's... more

Lesko: Are You Smarter Than A Kindergarten Student VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2015 - Jason: Are you smarter than a kindergartener? Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial reports on an article that lists financial lessons everyone should know--by  kindergarden. Greg.  Greg:  Thanks Jason.... more

2nd Arrest In Parade Day Pedestrian Accident VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2015 - A second arrest in a Parade Day car accident which left a pedestrian without part of her leg.     On the night of March 7th just after 10 o'clock police say Nutanie Saysanavong of Johnson City... more

Rod Serling Day in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2015 - Imagine, if you will, 5th grade students celebrating one of the area's most accomplished writers and a Binghamton High School Graduate.     Thursday is Rod Serling Day. Sterling created The... more

Stopping School Violence Before it Starts VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2015 - On the heels of a massive brawl last week at Elmira High School in the Town of Southport which resulted in 19 arrests local school officials and law enforcement learned how to avoid such incidents at... more

Binghamton Farm Share Program Set to Begin it's Third Year in June VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2015 - Fresh produce will once again be available to people in the City of Binghamton who live out of the reach of a grocery store. The Binghamton Farm Share will start it's third year in June. Thanks to... more

Broome County's Population is Declining VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2015 - New census figures show Broome County's population is on the decline. The latest numbers show Broome's population dropped from 200,600 people in 2010 to 197,349 in 2014. Those numbers reflect a trend... more

Binghamton Man Charged with Death of Seventeen Month Old Child VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2015 - A Binghamton man was arraigned in court today in connection with the death of a seventeen month old baby back in december of 2013. Police say 31 year old Brendan Barrett acted carelessly towards... more

Broome County Law Enforcement Academy Begins Training VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2015 - For the next three to four weeks the 45 recruits a part of the Broome County Sheriff's Law Enforcement Academy will be going through intense physical training. Anywhere from four to six hours a... more

Flag Raising by the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annuciation VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2015 - Wednesday is Independence Day in the Greek Orthodox community...   In Vestal the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation celebrated with a Greek flag raising and luncheon. It was on this day in... more

Susquehanna Valley Girls Basketball Team are Honored by Broome County after State Championship Win VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2015 - After winning the State Championship in Basketball, the Susquehanna Valley Girls team are being honored by Broome County.   The Lady Sabers were treated to pizza, wings, and cake by Broome County... more

Thousands Attend 9th Annual BU Health Fair VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2015 - Binghamton University is encouraging students to live a healthier life. The campus held its ninth annual health fair. More than 70 vendors set-up providing free food and drink samples, exercise... more

Study Shows Broome County Health Statistics VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2015 - How healthy is Broome County? Maybe not so much, at least compared to other counties in the state. A study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Broome County ranked 28th in health factors and... more

Students For Change Hold Town Hall Meeting With BU President VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2015 - A group of Binghamton University students are following up on their requests for changes when it comes to discrimination on campus... The "Students For Change" group held another meeting Wednesday... more

Sheriff Harder Reacts Following Inmate Death Lawsuit VIEW VIDEO
March 24, 2015 - Broome County Sheriff David Harder is speaking out about a lawsuit claiming his agency contributed to the death of an inmate in January. The estate of Salladin Barton is suing Harder, Broome... more

Disciplinary Hearing for BPD Officer Accusing Chief of Harassment Adjourned VIEW VIDEO
March 24, 2015 - The disciplinary hearing for the Binghamton Police Officer accusing the Police Chief of sexual harassment was adjourned Tuesday.   The indefinite postponement of the hearing is drawing the ire of... more

County Officials Prepare Emergency Disaster Government Continuity Plan VIEW VIDEO
March 24, 2015 - Broome County officials want to make sure they can still function in the event of an emergency.    County Executive Debbie Preston is working with disaster preparedness officials to establish the... more

Binghamton University Career Fair Connects Students with Local Community
March 24, 2015 - Upstate college students got connected with local employers today. More than 30 regional stem companies set up inside Binghamton University's Fleishman Center for the 2015 Sci-Tech Career... more

Estate of Dead Inmate Sues Broome County, Sheriff VIEW VIDEO
March 23, 2015 - The estate of the Broome County inmate who was found dead in jail in January is now suing Broome County, Sheriff David Harder, and others in connection to his death. On January 15th, Salladin... more

Southern Tier Gets Another Chance for a Casino VIEW VIDEO
March 23, 2015 - The state has dealt the Southern Tier another hand to try to win a casino license. Monday the State Gaming Commission unanimously adopted a new request for applications for a Southern Tier casino.... more

A Local Foundation Provides Support With Growing Heroin Epidemic VIEW VIDEO
March 23, 2015 - With heroin continuing to be a growing epidemic in our area, one local foundation is looking to educate the youth and the general public about the dangers of the drug. The dreams over drugs... more

Moral Monday Brings Non-Violent Protesting to Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 23, 2015 - Non-violent protestors gathered at the State Office Building in Downtown Binghamton this afternoon in a push against what they call billionaire-backed extreme agendas. The Greater Binghamton Labor... more

Tax Season Tips VIEW VIDEO
March 22, 2015 - It's tax season which can also mean scam season. A couple of scams are prevalent right now. One involves someone using your identity to file your return and collect the refund. Another involves... more

No Injuries After Biker Car Collision VIEW VIDEO
March 22, 2015 - A woman walks away with no injuries after police say she collided with a car while riding her bike Saturday evening. Binghamton police say the car and biker collided on Chenango Street. The... more

Souther Tier Alternative Therapies Hold Paddle Party Fundraiser VIEW VIDEO
March 22, 2015 - Dogs may be known as man's best friend but according to Southern Tier Alternative Therapies, horses are too.   STAT hosted a Paddle Party Fundraiser which is a type of auction that helped raise... more

RV Show Comes to BU Campus VIEW VIDEO
March 22, 2015 - Looking forward to the summer days of camping and sitting by the fire?   Well on Sunday Binghamton University hosted it's 9th annual RV Show. More than 2,000 people showed up to BU's Event Center... more

Teacher's Association Hosts "I Love Public Education" 5K VIEW VIDEO
March 22, 2015 - Some runners are braving the cold in the name of education. On Sunday morning more than 1-hundred runners laced up for the first ever  "I Love Public Education 5-K Run/Walk" in Otsiningo... more

Gator Boys Comes to Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 22, 2015 - The Gator Boys are in town! The stars from Animal Planet's hit show came out to the Veteran's Memorial Area and they brought some gators with them! It was all part of the Greater Binghamton... more

New Chinese Ink Art Exibit Comes to Roberson VIEW VIDEO
March 22, 2015 - Over at Roberson, a new kind of artwork is on display. The museum opened its doors to Chinese ink art. The new exhibit titled "Reshuffling the Past" consists of Chinese drawings using ink on rice... more

New York Schools Participate In Odyssey of the Mind Tournament VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2015 - More than 700 students are showing off their creativity and problem solving skills all in fun competition. It's part of the annual region 12 Odyssey of the Mind Tournament. The competition held... more

Humane Society Hosts Inaugural Toys and Collectible Show VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2015 - A child's pastime teams up with man's best friend for a good cause. Saturday, local toy vendors showcased toys and collectibles ranging from matchbox cars to porcelain dolls. More than 150... more

Moms House Holds Rocker-Thon VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2015 - Mom's House is "rocking" out in rocking chairs to raise money for their foundation. Their "Rocker-Thon" kicked off Saturday at Our Savior Lutheran Church. More than 100 people came out to... more

Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project Hosts Pride and Joy Conference VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2015 - The Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project is helping the LGBTQ - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning- community build and sustain healthy families around New York State. The... more

Pair Arrested in Alleged Armed Robbery of Man who Hired an Escort VIEW VIDEO
March 19, 2015 - Binghamton Police have arrested two people, saying they robbed a man who hired an escort.     Police have arrested 26-year- old Melissa Depugh and 27-year-old Alex Comer for robbery. They say a... more

Cyber Twist on Centuries-Old Piggy Bank VIEW VIDEO
March 19, 2015 - Tom: There's a new twist on an old way to teach kids about money, according to Greg Lesko from Lesko Financial. Greg.  Greg: Thanks, Tom. The traditional piggy bank is again fashionable among... more

Binghamton Police Chief Accused of Discrimination VIEW VIDEO
March 19, 2015 - The female Binghamton Police Officer accusing Chief Joseph Zikuski of discrimination is taking her complaints to the State's Division of Human Rights. The agency received Kristi Sager's complaint... more

United Way Recognizes Local Businesses VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2015 - The United Way held it's annual meeting and awards recognition dinner  Wednesday night at the state office building in Binghamton.     Local businesses and individual volunteers were recognized... more

Professor at SUNY Broome Shares Her Experience in Doctorate Program VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2015 - SUNY Broome faculty members are doing more than lecturing to students.     On Wednesday night one college professor demonstrated her knowledge and talked about her experiences with earning her... more

Kraft Foods Recalls Certain Macaroni and Cheese Boxes VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2015 - Kraft Foods is recalling some boxes of one of its popular products, citing that some of those boxes may contain metal. Kraft is estimating that approximately 242 thousand cases of its original... more

Metro Center in Binghamton Put up For Sale VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2015 - A two story professional office building known as the Metro Center in downtown Binghamton has been been put on the market for 3.5 million dollars. The building is located at 49 Court Street and... more

Lourdes Hospital Holds Education Fair on Diabetes VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2015 - According to the Centers for Disease Control more than 29 million people have diabetes and one in four of them don't know it, Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton held an education fair to help inform... more

Binghamton Police Investigate Attempted Robbery VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2015 - Binghamton Police are on the look out for a man after an attempted robbery and stabbing occurred on Murray Street.  Police say that around midnight, the suspect approached the female victim and... more

Binghamton Police Release Details on Mather Street Shooting VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2015 - A New York City man is facing attempted second degree murder and first degree robbery charges after a shooting in Binghamton.   Police say around 9:25 Saturday night Jayvel Hatcher, 38 held a man... more

BU Students and Community Members Shave Their Heads for St. Baldricks VIEW VIDEO
March 17, 2015 - Some Binghamton University students and local residents shaved their heads Tuesday night to raise money for pediatric cancer research. The BU Athletic Department's Student Athletic Advisory... more

Binghamton Residents Celebrate St. Patrick's Day VIEW VIDEO
March 17, 2015 - Sporting all green several Binghamton residents hit the bars celebrating the St. Patrick's holiday.   Plenty headed down to Irish Kevin's bar in Binghamton for some saint Patrick's drinks, food... more

BU Presents New Virtual Therapy for PTSD VIEW VIDEO
March 17, 2015 - Soldiers experiencing post traumatic stress disorder have a new outlet for therapy with virtual reality.   Binghamton University Alum Skip Rizzo presented his new research that allows service... more

Binghamton Mayor Raises Honors Irish Heritage VIEW VIDEO
March 17, 2015 - Binghamton Mayor Rich David took time to recognize the local Irish community.   Tuesday the Irish flag was raised in front of City Hall in honor of St. Patrick's Day. This is just one way the... more

Budget Proposal Set to Improve Availability of Electronic Medical Records VIEW VIDEO
March 16, 2015 - Have you ever been sick while you're out of town? Well Healthlink New York is trying to make things easier for you by trying to improve it's health information technology. With the approval of... more

Binghamton Human Rights Commission Introduces Anti-Racism Legislation VIEW VIDEO
March 16, 2015 - Recent national issues between minorities and law enforcement have inspired community members to think proactively right here in Binghamton. Binghamton's Human Rights Commission proposed measures... more

Binghamton Mayor Rich David Proposes Assistance Plan for Residents with Frozen Pipes VIEW VIDEO
March 15, 2015 - Binghamton Mayor Rich David announces an assistance plan for residents with frozen pipes. Due to sub-zero temperatures causing pipes to freeze,  approximately 160 homes in the city of Binghamton... more

Locals Walk Oakdale Mall for Multiple Sclerosis VIEW VIDEO
March 15, 2015 - Several people take on the Oakdale mall but this time they're not shopping.    About 100 walkers came out for the Mission Steps Walk to support Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Day. The walk... more

One More Month to File Taxes VIEW VIDEO
March 15, 2015 - If you haven't already filed your taxes, you've got exactly one month to get to it!    The last day to file your federal and state income taxes is April 15th.    Free income tax assistance... more

BU Students Put Together TEDx Talks VIEW VIDEO
March 15, 2015 - Although it's the weekend, that didn't stop more than 700 Binghamton University students from gaining extra knowledge. Students attended the 5th TEDx Talks at Binghamton University. TEDx, which... more

Alternate Parking Ends VIEW VIDEO
March 15, 2015 - Good news for all you drivers in Binghamton! Alternate side parking officially ends today.The policy started on December 1st last year. Alternate side parking allows for safe and efficient snow... more

Endicott Performing Arts Center Recreates Mary Poppins VIEW VIDEO
March 15, 2015 - "A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down" are some of the famous lyrics from Mary Poppins.   A musical recreated at EPAC. Student actors between the ages of six and 18,  at the Endicott... more

Scanner Reports: Binghamton Police Investigate Shooting Near Mather Street
March 14, 2015 - According to scanner reports a shooting took place outside on Mather Street. Binghamton Police say they have the areas near Mather, Main and Edwards Streets blocked off. Police are not releasing... more

Locals Get Children's Car Seats Certified VIEW VIDEO
March 14, 2015 - The Broome County Health Department is collaborating with the Broome County Sheriff's office to make sure your child's car seat is safe.   Parents could head over to the Chenango Bridge fire... more

Hillcrest Parade Helps Families in Need VIEW VIDEO
March 14, 2015 - Hillcrest is celebrating Saint Patrick's Day with a little twist. Donation was the goal of Saturday's Hillcrest Saint Patrick's Day parade put together by the American Legion.  Along the route... more

Binghamton University Holds 10th Annual Springtime Craft Show VIEW VIDEO
March 14, 2015 - Thousands came out to Binghamton University for their 10th annual Springtime Craft Show. Saturday morning more than 150 vendors showed up displaying everything from jewelry to plush toys. All... more

Casino Night At Knights of Columbus To Benefit Furry Friends VIEW VIDEO
March 13, 2015 - Regardless of whether you like to gamble, you can bet that Saturday's fundraiser for the Humane Society will be a huge help for our furry friends.   Casino night will be held from 6:00 to 11:00... more

Stop DWI Crackdown Set for Saint Patrick's Day Weekend VIEW VIDEO
March 13, 2015 - St. Patrick's Day may be Tuesday but there is a DWI crackdown starting Friday. Police will run the crackdown through Wednesday, March 18th. Captain Fred Akshar with the Broome County Sheriff's... more

Should Powdered Alcohol be Illegal? VIEW VIDEO
March 13, 2015 - Should powdered alcohol or palcohol as it's known be illegal? Senator Charles Schumer says yes. He's introducing a bill that would keep it from hitting shelves as early as this summer. His... more

Locals Gather to Demand the Return to Fair Funding for Public Schools VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2015 - Hundreds of community members gathered at the West Middle School in Binghamton tonight to show their support for public schools and education. However, teachers, parents and public officials say... more

A Preview of this Spring's Restaurant Week VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2015 - With spring right around the corner, locally owned restaurants are gearing up for their annual  restaurant week.     On Thursday night, the Lost Dog Cafe hosted a special tasting for local media... more

Broome County Transit is Adding 7 New Buses to its Fleet VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2015 - Broome County Transit is adding 7 new buses to its fleet.  Officials say they'll be  more efficient and environmentally friendly.     The clean diesel buses were purchased with federal grant... more

Broome County Arts Council Hands Out its Grants VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2015 - The Arts may be priceless but that doesn't mean the Arts community doesn't need financial financial support.     On Thursday the Broome County Arts Council handed out its United Cultural Fund... more

Fugitive Pair Arrested in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2015 - Two fugitives wanted in Pennsylvania are in the Broome County Jail after being arrested yesterday by US Marshals in Binghamton.     Police arrested 26-year-old Christopher Jackson and 19-year-old... more

Lesko: Beware Retirement Rollover Bonuses VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2015 - Jason: Retirement savers need to look twice at rollover bonus pitches from financial companies, according to Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial. Greg? Greg: Thanks, Jason. As we approach the April... more

Police ID Suspect in Court Street Bridge Crash VIEW VIDEO
March 11, 2015 - Binghamton Police have released new information regarding Saturday night's motor vehicle and pedestrian crash on the Court Street Bridge...     Police say the 20-year-old victim who was pinned... more

Homeless Vets in Binghamton Have Newly Remodeled Place to Live VIEW VIDEO
March 11, 2015 - Homeless veterans in Binghamton have a newly remodeled place to live thanks to the Volunteers of America and the Home Depot.   Using a $60,000 grant it received from the Home Depot Foundation,... more

Fashion Show Benefits Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network VIEW VIDEO
March 11, 2015 - Fashion took center stage Wednesday night at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in downtown Binghamton.     That's where the second annual Guys and Gals Fashion Gala took place. The event raises... more

Spiedies Festival and Balloon Rally to Begin Selling Beer and Wine VIEW VIDEO
March 10, 2015 - Organizers of the Spiedie Fest and Balloon Rally say that starting this year beer and wine will now be sold at their event.     On Tuesday a committee of the Broome County Legislature approved... more

Davis College Hosts Pastors and Leaders Conference VIEW VIDEO
March 10, 2015 - Pastors of many Christian denominations are spending the day networking and expanding on their faith.   Tuesday Davis College hosted a Pastors and Leaders Conference at the campus' Robb Activity... more

Public Hearing On Washington Street Bridge Rehabilitation VIEW VIDEO
March 10, 2015 - Concerned and interested citizens had their chance to hear about the city of Binghamton's project plan for rehabilitating the South Washington bridge.   City of Binghamton representatives told... more

Martial Art Tai Chi Can Help Seniors
March 10, 2015 - The National Center for Disease Control and Prevention says the martial art tai chi can help those 65 and older prevent falls and relieve pain from arthritis.     The Broome County Department... more

Binghamton Mayor Outlines Plan for Restoring Water to Homes VIEW VIDEO
March 10, 2015 - Binghamton Mayor Rich David and members from the public works department are addressing frozen pipeline issues after a number of homes were without water last week. Home water outages are a... more

Protesters Oppose Trade Agreement VIEW VIDEO
March 10, 2015 - A coalition including unions and environmentalists are opposing the fast tracking of a trade agreement they say would cut jobs and consumer protections.     Protesters gathered in front of... more

Driver Who Allegedly Struck Pedestrian Charged with DWI VIEW VIDEO
March 9, 2015 - The driver police say is responsible for hitting a pedestrian on the Court Street Bridge Saturday night has been charged with DWI. Police say the victim suffered a severe leg injury when a car... more

Building a $500 Million Plan for the Southern Tier VIEW VIDEO
March 9, 2015 - With a potential $500 million prize on the line members of the Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Council met Monday to put together what they hope is a half-billion dollar plan.     The... more

Court Street Car Crash Leaves One Person Injured VIEW VIDEO
March 8, 2015 - At least one person is hospitalized after a car crash Saturday night. According to Binghamton fire officials one person was taken to Wilson hospital after a car crash Saturday night on Court... more

Police Investigating Report of Juvenile Displaying Handgun VIEW VIDEO
March 8, 2015 - Binghamton police are investigating an incident leaving Vestal avenue blocked just before 4 pm Sunday evening. According to scanner reports one of four juveniles involved displayed a handgun at a... more

Parade Day Attracts Thousands to Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 7, 2015 - Thousands of people are taking to the streets to celebrate Irish heritage. Saturday marks Downtown Binghamton's 48th annual Parade Day. Marchers included several Southern Tier police and fire... more

Parade Day Run Encourages Fitness in Southern Tier VIEW VIDEO
March 7, 2015 - Before the parade festivities kicked off runners laced up their sneakers for the inaugural parade day mile race. For just $17 runners started outside the Broome County Public Library toward the... more

Binghamton Democrats Hold Breakfast to Raise Donations for C.H.O.W. VIEW VIDEO
March 7, 2015 - Binghamton City Democrats are raising money for the Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse or CHOW to bring a little awareness to Irish history. With a breakfast honoring of the upcoming Saint... more

Binghamton Police Emerald Society Donates to Local Scholarship Programs VIEW VIDEO
March 7, 2015 - Binghamton Police Emerald Society are also celebrating the Saint Patrick's holiday. The party continued after Parade Day festivities inside the Holiday Inn Ballroom with the N.Y.P.D. Emerald... more

Students Participate in 2015 Southern Tier Scholastic Science Fair VIEW VIDEO
March 7, 2015 - Some middle and high school students are putting their science skills to the test.   SUNY Broome hosted the 13th annual Southern Tier Scholastic science fair. Co-sponsored by Lockheed Martin, BAE... more

Local Company Takes Over Concessions at Binghamton Airport VIEW VIDEO
March 5, 2015 - Some changes are on the horizon at the Greater Binghamton Airport when it comes to your food choices. Local company "First Air Group" will take over the restaurant and concessions stands at the... more

Freezing Temperatures Cause Water Issues in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 5, 2015 - A number of homes in Binghamton are without water service as this long stretch of cold weather has created an unprecedented depth of frost below ground. That frost has frozen a number of... more

Binghamton Parade Day is Right Around the Corner VIEW VIDEO
March 5, 2015 - In under 48 hours the streets of downtown Binghamton will look a little greener as the city celebrates its Irish heritage with the 48th annual St. Patrick's Parade Day. The parade will feature two... more

4th Grader Raises Noteworthy Amount for American Heart Association VIEW VIDEO
March 5, 2015 - A local fourth grader is being honored for raising more than $5,000 to stop heart disease. Jessica Gates has been raising money for the American Heart Association since she was in kindergarten.... more

Lesko: Why Gas Prices are on the Rise VIEW VIDEO
March 5, 2015 - Jason: Crude oil prices have been creeping up only slightly, so why are we  paying more at the gas pump? Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial offers some  insight. Greg. Greg: Thanks, Jason. If you... more

Binghamton Police Department Kicks off Citizen Police Academy VIEW VIDEO
March 4, 2015 - Some Binghamton residents are getting a unique lesson in police procedures from current Binghamton police officers.     On Wednesday night the Department kicked off the 10-week 2015 Citizen... more

Local Band Shoots Music Video VIEW VIDEO
March 4, 2015 - A local cover band that plays music by big country names like Blake Shelton and Jason Aldean held a shoot Wednesday night for it's new promotional video.   The band "Haywire" held the shoot at... more

Former City Councilman Runs Again VIEW VIDEO
March 4, 2015 - A former Binghamton city councilman is running for office again. Previously a democrat representing district 9, John Cordisco is running to represent Binghamton's fourth district as a republican.... more

Snow and Sleet Create Dangerous Travel Conditions VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2015 - The snow and sleet create dangerous traveling conditions in the southern tier. The stormy weather was predicted as a winter weather advisory went into effect this afternoon and runs through... more

Is a Special Collaboration in Store for Binghamton's Biggest Musical Institutions? VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2015 - Could Binghamton's biggest musical institutions come together for a special collaboration?     That's one possibility raised by representatives of the Binghamton Philharmonic. They talked... more

Mayor David Outlines Plans for Parking Garages VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2015 - Binghamton city parking garages will see some renovations. The plan outlined in Mayor Rich David's 2015 State of the City address last week, allows for $1.4 million dollars to go toward the city... more

Cheri Lindsey's Killer Stays in Maximum Security Prison VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2015 - The man who raped and killed 12-year-old Cheri Lindsey in Binghamton in 1984 will serve more of his time in maximum security prison.     Lindsey's father Dave launched a social media campaign to... more

Experts Talk National Nutrition Month VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2015 - March marks National Nutrition Month and  health experts are marking it with a mix of new and old advice. The traditional advice that still stands: fresh fruits and vegetable on a regular basis... more

SUNY Campuses Call for NY SUNY 2020 Extension VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2015 - SUNY Broome and Binghamton University presidents are calling on legislators to extend the NY SUNY 2020 Challenge Grant Program.     The program's goal is to provide affordable education on SUNY... more

Jewish Community Members Celebrate Purim VIEW VIDEO
March 1, 2015 - The Jewish Community Center in Vestal is hosting its 32nd annual Purim celebration.  Although there's plenty of action, the carnival-like celebration is more than just costumes, food and games.... more

Broome County Sheriff's Office Still In Search of Robbery Suspect VIEW VIDEO
March 1, 2015 - The Broome County sheriff's office is still looking for a strong armed robbery suspect. Authorities say the incident happened Thursday at the J&S Wine and Liquor  store on East Main Street in the... more

Cheerleaders Compete in STAC Competition VIEW VIDEO
March 1, 2015 - Schools from all across the area are showing their pride after months of hard work and practice.     Hundreds of students and their families packed the gym at Union-Endicott High School for the... more

Art Mission Theater Shows Hollywood Film The Rewrite VIEW VIDEO
March 1, 2015 - Binghamton university hits the big screen.   If you haven't yet caught the  Hollywood film The Rewrite you'll get another chance this Tuesday. The movie released last in the beginning of February... more

Phelps Mansion Celebrates Chinese New Year VIEW VIDEO
March 1, 2015 - The Phelps Mansion is celebrating the year of the sheep all in honor of the Chinese New Year. Sunday, the mansion hosted several performances for the celebration including ones from a Chinese opera... more

BU Holds Engineers Week VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2015 - BU is at is again! This time they're getting kids interested in engineering and sciences.   The University holds it's final day of Engineer's week which features events and activities created by... more

Freeze Out 5K Raises Awareness for Homelessness VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2015 - More than 100 runners and walkers braved the cold Saturday morning at SUNY Broome raising awareness for homelessness. The 2nd annual Freeze Out 5-K raises money for the Binghamton Rescue Mission.... more

Tom's Texas Closes Doors VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2015 - A local lunchtime favorite you all may know and love has closed it's doors. As of Saturday Tom's Texas Hots is officially closed but the restaurant went out with a bang. The restaurant held a... more

Middle School Students Celebrate Chinese New Year VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2015 - Binghamton's West Middle School is celebrating the year of the goat with a Chinese New Year gala. The event featured speeches by students in Chinese, professional performers from BU's Chinese... more

Broome County Celtics Pipe and Drum Bands Hypes Crowds for Parade Day VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2015 - A pretty packed house today at Giblin's Irish Pub as a local band gets spirits up for Parade Day. The Broome County Celtics Pipe and Drum Band are making their way around the area to various... more

A Local Business Set To Close its Doors After Years in the Community VIEW VIDEO
February 27, 2015 - A local lunchtime favorite and Friday night hot spot is closing its doors after 30 years of business.     Tom's Texas Hots was established years ago out of a bus on Court Street. Since then the... more

High School Students Help Red Cross With Blood Shortage VIEW VIDEO
February 27, 2015 - Local high school students looking to make a difference in the lives of others did so today by giving blood.     Seton Catholic students over the age of 16 were able to donate blood during a Red... more

Sheriff's Requesting Your Help with Mirabito Gas Station Burglary VIEW VIDEO
February 27, 2015 - The Broome County Sheriff's office also needs your help  identifying an unknown suspect who committed a burglary at the Mirabito Gas Station located at 1000 Park Avenue in Binghamton.  The... more

Preston Delivers State of the County Address VIEW VIDEO
February 26, 2015 - Broome County Executive Debbie Preston delivers her fourth state of the county address. Our Lindsay Raychel was at the speech  and tells us what the County Executive's vision is for Broome... more

Former White House Press Secretary Visits Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
February 26, 2015 - The Broome County Republican's welcomed a special guest Thursday evening at their Lincoln Day Dinner Fundraiser. Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer spoke about his time in the White... more

Lesko: Are Money Beliefs Keeping You From Wealth? VIEW VIDEO
February 26, 2015 - Jason: What holds people back from becoming wealthy? Greg Lesko from  Lesko Financial says--it could be "all in your head." Greg.   Greg: Thanks Jason. Many people heard early in life that "money... more

A Local Metal Distributor is Expanding VIEW VIDEO
February 25, 2015 - Pacemaker Steel and Piping in Johnson City is planning on expanding its operation. The company has received more than 220-thousand dollars in grants from the economic development council and is... more

New Binghamton Company Seeks to Help Businesses Grow Through Power of Advertising VIEW VIDEO
February 25, 2015 - A new local business is looking to be your one stop shop for all your company's digital needs. Digital Orbit is a full service digital ad agency that's located in Binghamton. Its mission is to help... more

A Former Sheriff's Deputy Files Harassment Lawsuit Against County Executive Debbie Preston VIEW VIDEO
February 25, 2015 - A former Broome County Sheriff's Deputy files a harassment lawsuit against  County Executive Debbie Preston. The plaintiff Dawn Schafer claims the harassment and discrimination forced her to retire... more

Tractors, Cattle, Drones? Unmanned Aircraft a New Farm Staple? VIEW VIDEO
February 24, 2015 - The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed new rules for small unmanned aircraft systems - also known as UAS, or drones- under 55 pounds. These new rules could open new worlds for a number of... more

NYS Police Search for Armed Robbery Suspect VIEW VIDEO
February 24, 2015 - New York State Police at Binghamton need your help locating the suspect responsible for an armed robbery at the Xtra Mart.    Police say that around 8:52 Monday evening a man entered the Xtra... more

US Senator Gillibrand visits Binghamton to announce summer food program VIEW VIDEO
February 23, 2015 - "You are what you eat." The problem, says US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, is that what kids are eating is hurting their health and holding back their potential. "The truth of the matter is too many... more

Binghamton Mayor Rich David Delivers State of the City Address at City Hall
February 23, 2015 - Mayor Rich David lays out ambitions for the year ahead as he delivers his second State of the City address. In the coming year the Mayor says he plans to build off of last year's success by... more

Possible Armed Robbery VIEW VIDEO
February 23, 2015 - New York State Police in Binghamton have confirmed that a white male displaying a black hand gun robbed the Xtra Mart on State Route 12, making off with an undisclosed amount of money.   Police... more

Binghamton's 1872 Mayoral Election: Lost Results VIEW VIDEO
February 23, 2015 - Binghamton has it's first African American city council woman, Lea Webb but could the city have had an African American mayor in the 1870s?   Making history in 2008 -- Binghamton's first African... more

PA Woman Faces Wreckless Driving and DWI Charges VIEW VIDEO
February 22, 2015 - A Pennsylvania woman is facing reckless driving and DWI charges after driving into oncoming traffic on Route 81 last night. Broome County Sheriff's officials say 32-year-old Jennifer Kemmerer was... more

Mayor David to Deliver State of City Address VIEW VIDEO
February 22, 2015 - The 2015 State of the City address is right around the corner.   Mayor Rich David will present his address Monday. Last year's address was in April. In 2014 the mayor  outlined five main... more

FAA Releases Proposal For Unmanned Aircraft VIEW VIDEO
February 22, 2015 - The Federal Aviation Administration is releasing a proposal for new rules for small unmanned aircraft systems.   According to FAA.gov the proposal released last week limits flights to daylight... more

American Legion Holds Dog Trivia Night to Benefit Humane Society VIEW VIDEO
February 22, 2015 - Helping animals by answering some trivia questions...that was the idea of Top Dog Trivia Night at the American Legion American Legion Post 89 in Vestal. The trivia night was held as part of the... more

Binghamton's Lost History: The Mayoral Election of 1872 VIEW VIDEO
February 22, 2015 - Binghamton has it's first African American city council woman: Lea Webb but could the city have had an African American mayor?   In the mayoral election of 1872 -- a wealthy banker and... more

Senator Gillibrand Pushes for Healthy Foods in Schools, Local Dietitian Agrees VIEW VIDEO
February 22, 2015 - Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is pushing for healthier foods in public schools. This comes after several national debates on child nutrition standards. The landmark Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act is... more

Locals Bid on Binghamton Properties VIEW VIDEO
February 21, 2015 - Some lucky bidders have new homes!  More than 150 locals gathered at the Holiday Inn Saturday morning to bid on foreclosed property in the city of  Binghamton. Properties included both single and... more

America On Tap Hold Binghamton Beer Festival VIEW VIDEO
February 21, 2015 - You didn't have to travel to your favorite brewery to taste the many beers Binghamton has to offer. Town Square Media is sponsoring America on Tap, one of the largest beer festivals in the... more

Oakdale Mall Welcomes Binghamton University VIEW VIDEO
February 21, 2015 - Binghamton University takes on the Oakdale Mall. The goal: to get more people interested in the school... At the mall's center court more than 30 displays highlighted the university's academic... more

Irish Pub Holds Curling Event to Benefit Alzheimer's Association VIEW VIDEO
February 21, 2015 - McGirk's Irish Pub is putting a spin on the sport curling. Curling is an event often part of the Winter Olympics where one team member slides a puck down an ice court while teammates help sweep... more

St. Michael's Greek Catholic Church Selling Pirohi in Observation of Lent VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2015 - This week marks the beginning of Lent which means a favorite dish is back in the kitchen and in the spotlight.   St. Michael's Greek Catholic Church on Clinton Street in Binghamton launched their... more

Binghamton University Student To Run For City Council VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2015 - A Binghamton University freshman hopes to break into the world of local politics by running for District 4 of City Council.   Conrad Taylor announced his candidacy Friday afternoon at the... more

Johnson City Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Bust VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2015 - Two people are under arrest after police say they discovered  meth and heroin during a traffic stop in Johnson City. 22-year-old Joshua Diaz of Glen Aubrey and 18-year-old Angela Yager of... more

Mayor Honors Local Pipe Band VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2015 - With St.Patrick's Day  just around the corner, Binghamton Mayor Rich David is honoring a local pipe band. The band is celebrating it's tenth anniversary and the mayor proclaimed Friday as the... more

Health Benefits of Staying Active Despite Frigid Temperatures VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2015 - With this week's frigid temperatures,many might be hesitant to brave the outdoors However local physicians say that staying active in freezing temperatures is critical to your health. "The less... more

Ukrainian Military Chaplain Speaks of Conflict in Ukraine VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2015 - Less than two weeks after a cease fire is reached in the Ukrainian conflict, a military chaplain from Ukraine is visiting local Ukrainian Catholic churches to speak about hardships the  soldiers and... more

Binghamton Welcomes American's Newest Citizens VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2015 - 45 people from 27 different countries became America's newest citizens.  They were sworn in Friday morning inside a Binghamton Courtroom. Eight of the 27  have requested a name change. The new... more

Award Winning Filmmaker Speaks at Binghamton University VIEW VIDEO
February 19, 2015 - An award winning film-maker hosted a special talk Thursday night at Binghamton University. Two time Academy Award nominee, Spike Lee was the keynote speaker at the campus' event center. Lee has... more

Mayor David Files Motion to Have Lawsuit Dismissed VIEW VIDEO
February 19, 2015 - Binghamton Mayor Rich David has filed a motion to have a lawsuit that was filed against him dismissed.     The suit was filed by WBNG employee Daisy Dawson last month alleging that David abused... more

A Transportation Program for Seniors Could be in Jeopardy VIEW VIDEO
February 19, 2015 - A service dozens of otherwise potentially house bound seniors use to get out of their homes could be in jeopardy.     Catholic Charities RSVP Senior Transportation Program serves 42 seniors in... more

Lesko: Lottery "Practical"? Fat Chance. VIEW VIDEO
February 19, 2015 - Jason: A dollar and a dream...most people consider the lottery a harmless  way to spend a few bucks. But Greg  Lesko of Lesko financial says those  dollars add up. Greg...  Greg: Thanks Jason.... more

Binghamton Police Department's K-9 Unit Gets New Camera VIEW VIDEO
February 18, 2015 - A K-9 officer at the Binghamton Police Department will soon be wearing a new specialized K-9 camera.     Lodge number 10-13 of the Loyal Order of Moose is helping to pay for the new technology.... more

City Council Discusses Noise Ordinance VIEW VIDEO
February 17, 2015 - The city of Binghamton is looking to strengthen it's noise ordinance.   On Tuesday council member Terri Rennia talked about how the city's noise ordinance is measured using the decibel system,... more

SUNY Broome Hosts Public Debate on Racial Justice VIEW VIDEO
February 17, 2015 - A public deliberation at SUNY Broome explored an issue that has been dominating headlines this year.   Fighting for racial and ethnic justice prompted nationwide protests in recent months,... more

Binghamton Sertoma Club Holds Annual Freedom Banquet VIEW VIDEO
February 17, 2015 - The Binghamton Sertoma Club held its annual Freedom Banquet to recognize a few special individuals.     The two awards presented were for a service to mankind award, which is a non-Sertoman... more

Drones and the Binghamton Airport VIEW VIDEO
February 17, 2015 - Will proposed regulations on unmanned aircraft have an impact on commercial and private air travel?   The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing rules on commercial drones including ... more

Several Toxicology Reports Come Back Negative on Inmate Who Was Found Dead VIEW VIDEO
February 17, 2015 - Three of four toxicology reports on an inmate who died in the Broome County jail in January have come back negative.     Salladin Barton was found dead on January 17th. Attorney Ron Benjamin is... more

Learning Some of the Signs of an Abusive Relationship VIEW VIDEO
February 17, 2015 - Do you know the signs of dating violence?  How about your teen-aged child?     According to the Centers for Disease Control, a 2013 survey found  approximately 10% of high school students... more

Car Care Tips for Frigid Temperatures VIEW VIDEO
February 16, 2015 - Keeping yourself going int the cold may not be your only concern. AAA is offering tips on how to maintain your car in the sub-zero temperatures. The company has reported an influx of callers... more

Binghamton Man Arrested After Three-Hour Standoff VIEW VIDEO
February 16, 2015 - A Binghamton man is under arrest after a three-hour standoff Sunday   Police responded to a report of a home invasion on Rutherford Street before 8 Sunday morning. They say a 28-year-old... more

County Exec. Debbie Preston to Unveil Broome County App VIEW VIDEO
February 15, 2015 - Broome County is designing its very own mobile app!   Monday, Broome County Executive Debbie Preston will join the Health Department in discussing the application. This announcement comes... more

Ross Park Zoo Celebrates Valentine's Day after Feb 14 VIEW VIDEO
February 15, 2015 - Valentine's Day continues. Sunday the Ross Park Zoo hosted their final day of touring... it's part of their annual Courtship Tails. The adult-only event highlights animal mating rituals while... more

Seton Catholic Central Students and Faculty Visit Haiti VIEW VIDEO
February 15, 2015 - Locals are helping out in Haiti. 24 Seton Catholic Central teachers and students will make their way to the country this Ash Wednesday the 18th of February. The group will be volunteering at... more

Hundred Lace-Up for Cupid's Chase Run VIEW VIDEO
February 14, 2015 - Several couples are skipping that traditional Valentine's dinner and opting for a Valentine's Day run. Nearly 100 runners braved this morning's cold at Otsinengo Park for the 7th annual Cupid's... more

Lourdes Holds Stroke Awareness Day VIEW VIDEO
February 14, 2015 - A lot of talk about hearts on Valentines day but a local hospital is making sure yours is healthy!   Lourde's Hospital hosted a free Cardiovascular and Stroke Awareness Day. The hospital offered... more

Hundreds Fish in Crappie Derby VIEW VIDEO
February 14, 2015 - A little ice never stopped some fishing! Hundreds of ice fishermen came out to this year's "almost-annual" Crappie Derby despite the low temperatures and the 15 inches of ice on Whitney Point lake.... more

Ross Park Zoo Holds Annual Courtship Trails for Valentine's Couples VIEW VIDEO
February 14, 2015 - Animals need love too! And Sunday is your chance to find out how they choose their mates... Binghamton's Zoo at Ross Park is hosting their final day of Annual Courtship Tails. The adult-only... more

Phelps Mansion Decorates For Valentine's Day VIEW VIDEO
February 14, 2015 - Some Valentine's love is being spread throughout the Phelps Mansion! Dozens came out to the mansion Saturday afternoon to fill the house with hand-made Valentine's hearts. It's all part of The... more

Drug Bust Lands Two Binghamton Residents Behind Bars VIEW VIDEO
February 13, 2015 - Two Binghamton residents are in custody after law enforcement officials arrested them for possessing twenty five pounds of marijuana.     After a several month investigation a search warrant was... more

Locally Owned Businesses Make Valentine's Day Sweeter VIEW VIDEO
February 13, 2015 - Florists and candy makers are gearing up for one of the most romantic and busiest days of the year. For the past seven years Elizabeth Bachura, owner of Somethin' Sweet Gourmet, has been serving... more

Officials Seeing a Rise in Drivers Under the Influence of Drugs VIEW VIDEO
February 12, 2015 - It's something that the U.S. Department of Transportation is seeing and so are officials in our area, a rise in what they call "drugged driving".     The National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and... more

Mobile Food Bank Makes a Stop in Binghamton to Help Those in Need VIEW VIDEO
February 12, 2015 - The mobile food pantry made a stop in Binghamton on Thursday with free food for those in need.     Despite the cold temperatures and the snow a line of people wrapped around the mobile pantry,... more

Manasse Auctions to Hold Open Houses For Binghamton Property Bidding VIEW VIDEO
February 11, 2015 - Broome County is continuing it's fight against blight with the upcoming tax foreclosure property auction.   On Saturday Manasse Auctions will host open houses across the city of Binghamton for... more

Binghamton Human Rights Commission Holds Member Opening VIEW VIDEO
February 11, 2015 - If you have a passion for civil rights, the city of Binghamton is looking for you. The Binghamton Human Rights Commission is currently looking to fill an opening in the group. The purpose of the... more

Research Suggests Hugs Can Affect Health VIEW VIDEO
February 11, 2015 - Who knew there's power in a hug? The non-verbal gesture promotes positive emotion but research also shows it could keep you from getting sick.   Carnegie Mellon University researchers claim... more

Seton Catholic Hosts Science Fair VIEW VIDEO
February 11, 2015 - Have you ever wondered what temperature is best for dissolving skittles?   Judges at the Seton Catholic Science fair found out Wednesday as 7th through 12th grade students presented their projects... more

Binghamton Police Look for Missing Man VIEW VIDEO
February 11, 2015 - The Binghamton Police are looking for a missing 63-year-old man. Police describe David Tarby as a 5'11" white male weighing about 200 pounds. Police say he was last seen at his Haendel Street... more

NYS DOT Officials Discuss Prospect Mountain Project VIEW VIDEO
February 10, 2015 - Phase 1 of the Prospect Mountain Project is scheduled to be completed at the end of this year.   On Tuesday the Regional Director of the Department of Transportation was at the Binghamton Rotary... more

Working to Align Individualized Education Program With Common Core Learning Standards VIEW VIDEO
February 10, 2015 - Schools in the southern tier are working to align the Individualized Education Program meant for those with developmental disabilities with the new common core learning standards.   A program at... more

"Canstruction" Project Back To Help Fight Hunger in Southern Tier VIEW VIDEO
February 10, 2015 - An organization is collaborating with the community to showcase their creative side all  for a good cause.     The Broome County Leadership Institute Alumni Association is returning with... more

State Street Car Fire VIEW VIDEO
February 10, 2015 - The Binghamton firefighters are investigating the cause of a car fire that broke out on State Street Tuesday. According to fire Captain Robert Parke, when firefighters arrived at the scene there... more

Father, Son Charged in Binghamton Armed Robbery VIEW VIDEO
February 10, 2015 - Police have arrested a father and son in connection to an armed robbery Monday night in the City of Binghamton...     The incident took place at the Laurel Mart on Laurel Avenue just after 7:40... more

Governor Cuomo Proposes Exemptions for Craft Beer Tasting Industry VIEW VIDEO
February 10, 2015 - Could a new state tax break help the craft beer industry? Governor Cuomo hopes so..     Cuomo is proposing an exemption on the use tax, currently enjoyed by the wine industry for tastings, be... more

Governor Cuomo Announces NYS Housing Funding VIEW VIDEO
February 10, 2015 - Governor Andrew Cuomo is trying to fix up housing around the state. The governor announces $7.3 million in funding for the construction and rehab of 19 affordable home ownership developments that... more

Two Men in Custody For Armed Robbery in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
February 9, 2015 - According to scanner reports two men were taken into custody around 8:30 after an armed robbery occurred on Laurel Avenue in Binghamton. Scanner reports say two black males who were seen with a... more

NYS Assembly Members Speak State Bugdet and Ethics Reform VIEW VIDEO
February 9, 2015 - Andrew Cuomo is drawing a line in the sand over ethics reform - one that could mean a late state budget.   Last week the Governor said he would not sign a state budget that doesn't include a plan... more

Local Pediatrician Talks Children Immunizations VIEW VIDEO
February 9, 2015 - In our area health officials encounter children who are not immunized. Lourdes Hospital Pediatrician Dr. Roopa Sharma says parents of a couple of her regular patients resist getting their children... more

Radio Shack to Close Stores Across Southern Tier VIEW VIDEO
February 9, 2015 - Local Radio Shack shoppers will soon have to get their electronics from a different retailer. The company announced that it will be closing at least 1,784 stories by March 31st, after filing for... more

How to learn to be Prepared When Disaster Strikes VIEW VIDEO
February 9, 2015 - What to do when disaster strikes... The Red Cross wants to make sure you're prepared. American Red Cross Reps held a training session at the  Broome County Public Library tonight... The training... more

Woman Arrested After Heroin Found in Home VIEW VIDEO
February 8, 2015 - A Binghamton woman is facing felony charges after investigators find heroin in her home. Sarah O'brien, 30, was arrested Saturday after Broome County Task Force Units conducted a search on... more

Hugh Grant Visits Binghamton University VIEW VIDEO
February 8, 2015 - Hollywood comes to Binghamton! Hugh grant, leading star in film The Rewrite came to greet fans after filming right on BU's campus. According to IMDB the film is categorized as a romantic comedy... more

Spike Lee to Talk Black History at BU Campus VIEW VIDEO
February 8, 2015 - Actor, director, writer and film maker Spike Lee will be making his way to Binghamton University next Thursday in honor of Black History Month. Lee will speak inside the campus' events center at 6... more

Local Science Olympiad Winners Announced VIEW VIDEO
February 8, 2015 - Some high school students can take a bow! The winners of the 3rd annual New York State Scientific Olympiad competition have been released.   Congratulations to Vestal High School who earned first... more

Boys Scouts Claim Higher Achievement Rating VIEW VIDEO
February 8, 2015 - Dozens of Boy Scouts from all over the Southern Tier can now claim the highest achievement rank in scouting. This afternoon, a recognition reception honored young men who became Eagle Scouts and... more

Officials Investigate Bedroom Fire VIEW VIDEO
February 7, 2015 - Broome County officials confirm crews arrived on scene of a house fire at 54 Schubert Street in Binghamton. Officials say the fire started in the bedroom just after 9:15 Saturday evening. No... more

Woman In Critical Condition After Apartment Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
February 7, 2015 - A Binghamton woman is in critical condition suffering from multiple stab wounds. Investigators are identifying the suspect as Elvin Hernandez who they believe lived in the same building as the... more

Task Force Units Finds Crack Cocaine in Binghamton Home VIEW VIDEO
February 7, 2015 - A Binghamton man is facing charges after investigators say crack cocaine was found in his home.   Binghamton police arrested 62-year-old Dervis Joyner Friday night after  Broome County Task... more

Church Holds Vigil to Remember Lost Family Members to Drugs VIEW VIDEO
February 7, 2015 - Community members are remembering loved ones lost through drug addiction...   Saturday, the Tabernacle United Methodist Church hosted a vigil -- united with organizations "I'm Dope without Dope"... more

Binghamton University Hosts Scientific Olympiad Competition VIEW VIDEO
February 7, 2015 - Binghamton University is offering some high school students the chance to satisfy their scientific curiosities. The university hosted The 3rd Annual New York State Scientific Olympiad... more

Town of Union Hosts 25th Father Daughter Dance VIEW VIDEO
February 7, 2015 - Some lovely daughters and fathers are showing their best moves on the dance floor. The Town of Union Parks and Recreation Department hosted their 25th annual Father Daughter Ball at the McKinley... more

Binghamton Woman in Critical Condition After Being Stabbed VIEW VIDEO
February 6, 2015 - A Binghamton woman is in critical condition after police say she was stabbed and slashed multiple times by a man who also lives in her building.     The suspect Elvin Hernandez is facing a felony... more

Does Income Inequality Need to Mean Educational Inequality? VIEW VIDEO
February 6, 2015 - Benaleo Daniels is the oldest of ten siblings and he wants to set an example for his family by going to college. "I'm ready to set a bar higher for my younger siblings to show them that there is a... more

Meth Production Easier, More Dangerous VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2015 - More makers of meth in our area are moving away from using clandestine labs and instead using what's called the one-pot or shake and bake method. It's a process that requires fewer ingredients and... more

Lesko: A Financial Health Quiz. How Will You Score? VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2015 - Jason:  Can a simple quiz reveal how healthy you are, financially? Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial helps us find out. Greg.  Greg:  Thanks Jason. It's five questions, and it's been used by the... more

Officials Discuss Revitalizing Main Street in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2015 - Main Street revitalization was on the menu for breakfast Thursday morning at the Doubletree Hotel.   The Binghamton Chamber of Commerce hosted a discussion on revitalizing Main Street in Broome... more

'Campus Pursuit' Creators Share Business Knowledge VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2015 - The two Binghamton University students who created the "Campus Pursuit" app discussed their journey with a class of aspiring entrepreneurs at SUNY Broome. Scott Wisotsky and Shachar Avraham... more

Panel Discusses Energy Initiatives VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2015 - Several energy initiatives and projects are underway throughout the Southern Tier to reduce costs, improve efficiency and enhance sustainability. Thursday at Binghamton University's Downtown... more

Expansion Plans for the Boys and Girls Club of Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2015 - The Boys and Girls Club of Binghamton is set for an expansion.   The Doctor G. Clifford and Florence B. Decker Foundation awarded the club $225,000 for the construction of a 1,920 square foot... more

Local Organizations Advocate for Funding at Public Hearing VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2015 - Binghamton City Council is hearing from local human service organizations making their cases for grant money this year. At Wednesday night's business meeting City Council held a public hearing... more

Educational Forum in Advance of Public Hearing about NYS Energy Policies VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2015 - Environmentalists from the Southern Tier gathered tonight at the Broome County Public Library for an educational forum.  They're getting ready to take part in next week's public hearing by the... more

"Cans for Canine" Initiative to Raise Money for Humane Society Animals VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2015 - The Humane Society is putting your used cans and bottles to good use. It's all part of their "Cans for Canine" initiative to raise money for the animals in the shelter. The money redeemed from... more

CHOW Gets State Grant to Re-Stock Shelves VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2015 - The Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse - or CHOW - is getting a $25,000 state grant which will help the agency re-stock it's shelves after the always-busy holiday season. This grant will help... more

Police: Cooking Meth Possible Cause for Monday Night Fire VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2015 - A Binghamton man is under arrest, charged with arson after police say a fire in the city on Monday night appeared to be caused by cooking meth. Forty year old old Timothy Wilson is charged with... more

Southern Tier Stem Hub Donates Thousands for Stem Projects VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2015 - More than $45,000 in grant money will help jump start stem projects for students throughout the area.   The Southern Tier Stem Hub will give the money to eleven different schools. projects will... more

Two Binghamton Men Facing Felony Drug Charges VIEW VIDEO
February 3, 2015 - Two Binghamton men are facing felony drug charges after police say they confiscated 167 bags of heroin, powder cocaine, a loaded Cobra 380  handgun and $567 dollars of suspected drug money from from... more

Binghamton Officials Inform Seniors About Star Tax Exemptions VIEW VIDEO
February 3, 2015 - The city of Binghamton is trying to make sure seniors know about the Star Tax exemptions available to them.     Members of the real property tax office met with people at the first ward senior... more

Deja Vu for Local Travelers on Sick Cruise Ship VIEW VIDEO
February 2, 2015 - It's deja vu for dozens of local travelers who once again find themselves on a cruise ship having to come home early thanks to the norovirus.     41 people left last month from Endicott to go on... more

Broome County Through the Abolitionist Movement, Uncovering the Underground Railroad VIEW VIDEO
February 2, 2015 - Broome County connects with the abolitionist movement -- a turning point in black history where whites and blacks - against slavery helped fugitives flee to the north along Underground Railroad.... more

Lourdes Commemorates Black History Month VIEW VIDEO
February 2, 2015 - Lourdes Hospital is recognizing Black History month.   An associate from the hospital's operating room has of more than 50 exhibits of different moments and people contributing to Black History.... more

Mayor David Advises Caution As Storm Approaches VIEW VIDEO
February 1, 2015 - Mayor Rich David is advising residents to take extreme caution as the snow accumulates in our area. David is urging residents to clear the roads and utilize off street parking Sunday afternoon... more

Businesses Prep For Super Bowl VIEW VIDEO
February 1, 2015 - Although millions are tuning into the biggest football event of the year, the Super Bowl comes with a lot of prep-work.  Between finding the right television and chowing down on some favorite gameday... more

Law Enforcement Cracks Down on DWI After Super Bowl VIEW VIDEO
February 1, 2015 - Local law enforcement agencies want to remind people to have a good time rooting for their team, but remember to be responsible and  don't get behind that wheel if you've been drinking. New York... more

Tax Assistance Available for Qaulified Residents in Broome County VIEW VIDEO
February 1, 2015 - If you haven't done your taxes yet now is certainly the time and the county is offering help. Free income tax assistance is available at several locations in Broome County starting Monday until... more

Black History Month Kicks Off VIEW VIDEO
February 1, 2015 - Sunday marks day one of Black History month. The month of February was chosen by historian and educator Doctor Carter G. Woodson back in 1926. Woodson originally pushed for a "Negro History... more

Winners Announced At EPAC Idol VIEW VIDEO
February 1, 2015 - EPAC Idol is at it again for the sixth consecutive year. The final round of the local singing competition took place at the Endicott Performing Arts Center Saturday night. Both youth and... more

Red Cross Extends Donor Campaign VIEW VIDEO
February 1, 2015 - The Red Cross is extending their January "Dunkin Donors make a difference" campaign into Debruary... According to the American Red Cross, 100 drives have been cancelled and more than 3,000 ... more

Senator Libous Recognizes Students for Reading VIEW VIDEO
January 31, 2015 - Some kids are receiving recognition from  the Senator for reading! Senator Libous hosted a special party inside the Veteran's Memorial Arena for children who've read for more than 108 hours in the... more

Geodis Wilson Holds Final Day of eWaste Drive VIEW VIDEO
January 31, 2015 - Bring on the electronics! Geodis Wilson USA is taking your unused electronics to help out the Binghamton rescue mission. Today was the company's final eWaste collection and drop off today.... more

Family Holds Charity Blood Drive for Bob Scott VIEW VIDEO
January 31, 2015 - The family of a longtime blood donor is continuing their loved one's wish. Our Lady of Good Council Church and the American Red Cross hosted a blood drive open to the public in honor of Bob Scott... more

Binghamton University Gets a Taste of Hollywood VIEW VIDEO
January 30, 2015 - Binghamton University will be getting a little taste of Hollywood next month, when it hosts a special screening and panel discussion with Hugh Grant.      The movie "the rewrite" is directed by... more

Police Cracking Down on Drunk Drivers This Superbowl Weekend VIEW VIDEO
January 30, 2015 - Superbowl weekend is upon us and for many that means going to parties which includes drinking.     But local law enforcement agencies want to remind people to have a good time rooting for their... more

House Fire on Binghamton's Southside VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2015 - Firefighters were called to a home on the City's southside early this evening. When they arrived on scene at 24 The Arena Street, officials say the fire was located in the ceiling and the walls on... more

Two Women Celebrate Major Milestone VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2015 - Thursday was a birthday celebration for the ages. Both  Julia Cebula and Elizabth Cuddeback celebrated their 100th birthday at Good Shepherd Fairview home in Binghamton. The two ladies had plenty... more

Reaction to County Executive's Veto of Pay Raise Law VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2015 - Broome County Executive Debbie Preston says public feedback was the catalyst behind her vetoing a law that would link pay raises.   For some county officials and non-union employees to those... more

Bedroom Makeovers for Children with Serious Medical Conditions VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2015 - The organization "A Room to Heal" provides bedroom makeovers for children with serious medical conditions. Thanks to a 5 thousand dollar donation from the Weitsman family and Krebs restaurant  in... more

Over a Half Million Dollars in Federal Funding Headed To Drug Recovery Center VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2015 - A Binghamton drug recovery center will get $642,000 in federal funding meant to fight homelessness to help maintain it's services.     Fairview Recovery Services is one of about a dozen programs... more

Is There an Answer to Corruption in Albany? VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2015 - With Sheldon Silver charged with using his Speaker position to make off with millions in payoffs, Broome County District Attorney Gerald Mollen says it's easy to see why the opportunity for... more

Stimulating Small Business Growth in Broome County VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2015 - The Broome County IDA and the National Development Council are teaming up to stimulate small business growth in Broome County.     The Grow Broome Fund is a lending program which will leverage a... more

Lesko: $40 into $10 Million? Answer May Not Be What it Seems VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2015 - Jason:  Turn 40 dollars into 10 million--is that possible? Greg Lesko of Lesko  Financial is here to answer. Greg.  Greg: Thanks Jason. The way some financial reporters write, you'd think... more

The Fate of Sheldon Silver's Position As Assembly Speaker VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2015 - Many of the state officials on hand Wednesday at Binghamton University shared their opinions on what should be the fate of Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver. He's currently under Federal Indictment... more

The United Way is Offering Some Help During Tax Season VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2015 - Tax season is upon us and one local organization is offering some help. The United Way of Broome County in partnership with the AARP is offering free tax preparation services for those whose... more

Lourdes Youth Services Receives Grant To Help End Youth Violence VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2015 - A Grant received by Lourdes Youth Services will bring nearly $1 million to the City of Binghamton to combat youth violence.   Lourdes received one of the nine grants awarded nationally by the U.S... more

Fundraising has begun for the 26th Annual Southern Tier Heart Walk VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2015 - The Southern Tier Heart Walk is still over two months away, but on Wednesday night organizers met at SUNY Broome to kick off this year's event  that aims to keep Southern Tier residents heart... more

Woman Arrested After Physical Dispute with Sister VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2015 - A Nanticoke woman is under arrest after a domestic dispute with her 10-year-old sister.   Police say that 20-year-old Aubree Shoemaker punched, slapped and choked her younger sister during a... more

Southern Tier Regional Economic Council Eyes $500 Million Prize VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2015 - Governor Cuomo's plan to award $500 million in economic development money to three of seven upstate regions has the Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Council sharpening it's plan to win a... more

Broome County Executive Vetoes Pay Raises VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2015 - Broome County Executive Debbie Preston has vetoed a law that would link pay raises to some county officials and non-union employees to those called for in union contracts.     Preston says the... more

New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver to be Replaced VIEW VIDEO
January 27, 2015 - State lawmakers announced Sheldon Silver will be replaced as New York State Assembly Speaker. After meeting behind closed doors for two days Assembly lawmakers said there will be a vacancy for... more

eWaste Drive Helps Binghamton Rescue Mission VIEW VIDEO
January 27, 2015 - Bring on the electronics! Geodis Wilson USA is taking your unused Electronics to help out the Binghamton Rescue Mission.     The company is hosting an eWaste drive at three different locations... more

Son of Senator Libous Found Guilty of Tax Crime VIEW VIDEO
January 26, 2015 - The son of State Senator Tom Libous was found guilty today of under reporting income.     A judge found Matthew Libous guilty of three counts of subscribing to false tax returns in 2007, 2008,... more

Binghamton Man Charged with Robbery After Card Game VIEW VIDEO
January 26, 2015 - Binghamton Police have arrested a man they say pistol whipped and robbed a man after a card game.     32-year-old Rasheen Leggett has been charged with robbery in the first degree and criminal... more

Apple Picking: Seasonal Fun, Year Round Work VIEW VIDEO
January 26, 2015 - it can be a favorite past time in the Fall and a multimillion dollar in New York State. But apple picking is more than just a seasonal activity, it takes year round planning. Long after the... more

Former White House Press Secretary to Speak at Lincoln Day Dinner VIEW VIDEO
January 26, 2015 - A  former White House press secretary will be visiting Binghamton to speak at the Lincoln Day Dinner.   Ari Fleischer served as White House secretary of press for the  George W. Bush... more

Colesville Fire Department Investigates Home Garage Fire VIEW VIDEO
January 25, 2015 - A fire leaves significant damage to a Colesville home. Colesville fire officials are investigating the cause of a fire that started in the garage at 315 Martin Hill Road. The fire department... more

Jury Selection Continues In Cal Harris Murder Trial VIEW VIDEO
January 25, 2015 - Jury selection for Cal Harris is scheduled to continue Monday, but anticipated severe weather may postpone proceedings.   Harris is charged with second degree murder in connection with the... more

One Person Recovers After Mygatt Street Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
January 25, 2015 - One person is recovering after a stabbing on Mygatt Street.   Binghamton police have arrested 47-year-old Joseph A. Steinberg in connection with a stabbing around 3 p.m. Saturday. The victim... more

Broome County Bus Schedule to Change VIEW VIDEO
January 25, 2015 - Heading out on the bus anytime...make sure you've got the right schedule! Broome County's bus routes will change beginning tomorrow. New routes are set for 15 Leroy Street --  35... more

Broome County Celebrates Catholic School's Week VIEW VIDEO
January 25, 2015 - Four Broome County schools are celebrating Catholic Schools week.. Sunday, Seton Catholic Central kicked-off the week's festivities with a chorus performance at Oakdale Mall. Crowds of shoppers... more

Binghamton University, SUNY Broome Classes to Begin Monday VIEW VIDEO
January 25, 2015 - Binghamton University students I hope you're well rested because classes are starting back up Monday!   More than a month after the holiday vacation .. Students have already hit the roads, and... more

One Injured in Mygatt Street Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
January 24, 2015 - One person is hospitalized after a stabbing on Mygatt Street. Binghamton police have arrested 47-year-old Joseph A. Steinberg in connection with a stabbing Saturday afternoon. Police say the... more

Update: Six Jurors Selected In Cal Harris Murder Trial VIEW VIDEO
January 24, 2015 - Friday wraps up the first week of jury selection in the Cal Harris Murder trial.   Harris is charged with second degree murder in connection with the death of his wife Michele in September of... more

Southern Tier Beekeeper Association Gives Beekeeping Tips VIEW VIDEO
January 24, 2015 - Don't go buzzing around the beehive without the proper technique ....   Saturday The Southern Tier Beekeeper's Association teamed up with Cornell  Cooperative Extension to host an advanced... more

Educators Respond to Cuomo's School Aid Plan VIEW VIDEO
January 23, 2015 - Governor Cuomo is proposing a $1.1 billion increase in aid to schools - but it's coming with some conditions. "38 percent of high school students are college ready. 38 percent. 98.7 percent of... more

SUNY Broome Sets Goals for Spring Semester VIEW VIDEO
January 23, 2015 - Faculty and staff at SUNY Broome are gearing up for the Spring semester. During an assembly Friday morning SUNY Broome President Kevin Drumm discussed last semesters accomplishments and set goals... more

Jury Selection Begins in Cal Harris Murder Trial VIEW VIDEO
January 22, 2015 - Jury selection began Thursday in the third murder trial for Owego businessman Cal Harris. Harris is charged with second degree murder in the alleged killing of his wife Michele Harris in September... more

Veteran's Housing Unit Gets Facelift VIEW VIDEO
January 22, 2015 - A Binghamton housing unit for veterans is in the process of getting a the facelift.     The Volunteers of America Veteran Housing Program in Binghamton received a $60,000 dollar grant from The... more

City of Binghamton Unveils Mobile App VIEW VIDEO
January 22, 2015 - Binghamton residents will now be able  to connect to city officials on the go.   On Thursday Mayor Rich David unveiled the official City of Binghamton mobile app for free download on IOS and... more

Man Out on Parole For Murder is Charged With Burglary VIEW VIDEO
January 22, 2015 - A Johnson City man who's currently out on parole for a Binghamton murder in 1994 has been arrested in connection to an armed home invasion that took place last month.     Binghamton Police... more

Lesko: Is Making Too Much a Sign of Risk? VIEW VIDEO
January 22, 2015 - Jason: You might think the sky's the limit when it comes to making money from stocks. But Greg Lesko of Lesko  Financial says making too much is as much of a concern as making too little. Greg... ... more

A New Health Care Plan Is Available in Broome County VIEW VIDEO
January 21, 2015 - A new health care plan is now available in Broome County.   The Southern Tier Independence Center in Binghamton, along with sixteen other community based organizations, is launching I-Circle Care.... more

Students at SUNY Broome Hold Soup'er Hero Competition VIEW VIDEO
January 21, 2015 - Students in a Public Relations Class at SUNY Broome had an opportunity to put their skills to the test on Wednesday.   They had just two and a half weeks to put a fundraiser together, including... more

New Developments in the Lawsuit Against Mayor David VIEW VIDEO
January 21, 2015 - New developments in the lawsuit filed against Binghamton Mayor Rich David.   Daisy Dawson, the WBNG employee who is claiming David abused his position as Mayor and her attorney are looking to... more

Pro-Fracking Landowners Protest Cuomo VIEW VIDEO
January 21, 2015 - Pro-gas landowners had their own message to send before Governor Cuomo delivered his State of the State and budget addresses. Members of the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York rallied outside... more

Local Anti-Fracking Activists Thank Governor Cuomo in Albany VIEW VIDEO
January 21, 2015 - One major issue not a part of Wednesday's State of the State speech - fracking. The governor settled that issue for the time being when his administration banned the drilling practice in... more

Vacation Company Pays Customers After Scam VIEW VIDEO
January 21, 2015 - A vacation company which held seminars in a number of New York cities, including Binghamton, is paying up after charges of deceiving customers into thinking they won free airfare and lodging.   ... more

Local Woman Pleads Guilty to Grand Larceny VIEW VIDEO
January 20, 2015 - A Binghamton woman has plead guilty to stealing more than $50,000 from a company she was working for for almost five years.     Tuesday, in Broome County court, 48-year-old Mary Ellen Shilling... more

Binghamton Chamber of Commerce Talks Economic Forecast VIEW VIDEO
January 20, 2015 - The Binghamton Chamber of Commerce gave it's 2015 economic forecast. Regional economist of M&T Bank, Gary Keith said 2015 will see more growth on the national level than the regional level. The... more

Group Marches in Commemoration of Dr. King, Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
January 19, 2015 - Singing, marching and praying all in honor of one man who continues to represent a dream. Claire Mirat of Binghamton says, "What Dr.King has done is for us all. I wouldn't be able to vote or even... more

Debate over the Fate of Sheltered Workshops VIEW VIDEO
January 19, 2015 - The clock is ticking on employment centers for the developmentally disabled - sometimes called sheltered workshops. "The state would like us to phase out the sheltered workshops and they would... more

Attorney, Sheriff Spar after Inmate Death VIEW VIDEO
January 19, 2015 - An attorney representing the family of a Broome County inmate who died last week is claiming that inmate was the victim of misconduct by Broome County Sheriff's Officials. 35-year-old Salladin Barton... more

Attorney Ron Benjamin Speaks Against Mayor David VIEW VIDEO
January 18, 2015 - Attorney Ron Benjamin speaks on behalf of a woman filing a lawsuit against Mayor Rich David. The lawsuit comes after a claim that David abused his power as Binghamton Mayor after an altercation... more

Attorney Ron Benjamin Speaks After Inmate Death VIEW VIDEO
January 18, 2015 - Attorney Ron Benjamin also did speak out about the inmate who was found dead on the floor of his cell this past Wednesday. Benjamin says the incident involved an overdose of some sort, but the... more

Holiday Inn Binghamton Holds 4th Annual Health and Wellness Fair VIEW VIDEO
January 18, 2015 - Binghamton's Holiday Inn hosts the Southern Tier's largest health fair. The 4th annual Health and Wellness Fair kicked off Sunday afternoon with 60 vendors offering health advice and seminars on... more

Vestal and UE Clubs Host Badminton Tournament for Charity VIEW VIDEO
January 17, 2015 - The Vestal and UE Chinese clubs are raising some money for children overseas. The schools are hosting a badminton tournament with funds going to the Half the Sky Foundation. The foundation... more

Highland Park Hosts 4th Semi-Annual Winter Blast VIEW VIDEO
January 17, 2015 - A showing of Disney's Hit film Frozen and some fun on the ice! Highland park hosts its 4th semi-annual Winter Blast. During the Summer, Highland park  is filled with children swimming, playing... more

Broome County Holds Public Hearing About Proposed Pay Raises VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2015 - Those who spoke at Friday's public hearing echoed a similar complaint. "It's a lack of transparency, and it truly is not ethical," Anndrea Starzak, Former Vestal Town Supervisor. If passed, the law... more

Discussion About Comet Lovejoy at Kopernik Observatory VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2015 - Kopernik Observatory will be open Friday night for one big astronomical event.   This is all for Comet Lovejoy, which experts say is a naked-eye comet. Kopernik officials say they will be open... more

Church Holds Shoe Drive to Help Those in Need VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2015 - Each year in the U.S. people throw away millions of pairs of shoes..     But instead of throwing away your old shoes,members of the Nimmonsburg United Methodist Church are asking you to donate... more

Nigel Saunders Found Guilty in Mygatt Street Murder VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2015 - A Broome County jury hands down its verdict in the murder trial of Nigel Saunders. Jurors found Saunders guilty of second degree murder for his involvement in the death of Jordan Dordell and the... more

Binghamton Mayor Rich David Faces Lawsuit VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2015 - Mayor Rich David is facing a lawsuit. Daisy Dawson filed the claim in Broome County court on Friday alleging that David abused his position as the Binghamton Mayor.   The suit claims that on... more

Inmate Dies at Broome County Jail VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2015 - An inmate at the Broome County jail was found dead on the floor of his cell on Wednesday afternoon.     The Sheriff's office says officers were making their count tour when they found 35-year-old... more

A Local Organization Provides Information on Preventing Birth Defects VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2015 - Making healthy choices to prevent birth defects... that's the goal of one organization during the month of January. This month is National Birth Defect month. Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network... more

Nigel Saunders Found Guilty of Mygatt Street Murder, Robbery
January 16, 2015 - A Broome County jury has found Nigel Saunders guilty of all charges, including Second-Degree Murder, in connection to the death of 23-year-old Jordan Dordell and the beating of his fiancee, who was... more

Ukrainian Restaurant Celebrates Moves to New Location VIEW VIDEO
January 15, 2015 - A restaurant that used to be located in downtown Binghamton has moved to a new location after it outgrew its old location.   A "Taste of Europe" held its ribbon cutting Thursday afternoon at its... more

Closing Arguments Done in Saunders Murder Trial VIEW VIDEO
January 15, 2015 - Defense attorney Steven Cornwell began his closing argument telling jurors that this case is about the facts and the fact is, there is no physical evidence linking Nigel Saunders to this crime.     ... more

Upstate Communities to Compete for $1.5 Billion VIEW VIDEO
January 15, 2015 - Governor Cuomo announced today that seven upstate regions, including the southern tier, will compete for $1.5 billion in economic development funds.     Only three will walk away with $500... more

Prosecution Rests in the Trial of Nigel Saunders VIEW VIDEO
January 14, 2015 - The prosecution rested its case against Nigel Saunders, the man charged in connection with the murder of Jordan Dordell and the brutal beating of his pregnant fiancee. District Attorney Gerald... more

Legislator Garnar Urges County Exec. to Veto Proposed Law VIEW VIDEO
January 14, 2015 - Broome County Legislator Jason Garnar is calling on the County Executive to veto a law that will allow public officials to vote on their own pay raises when approving future union contracts.    ... more

Various Students Preview Classes At Seton Catholic Central VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2015 - Seton Catholic Central in Binghamton opened it's doors to sixth-grade students from Broome and Tioga County Elementary Catholic Schools.     The students from St. James, St. John's, All Saints,... more

Trial Dates Scheduled for Calvin Bell and Nigel Smith VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2015 - Trial dates are set for two men accused of the murder of a south-side Binghamton resident in 2013.     Jury selection will begin in the trial of Calvin Bell on May 26th and in the case of Nigel... more

BCSO Explores Funding Option for Police Body Cameras VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2015 - The Broome County Sheriff's Office is updating it's efforts to buy 35 body cameras for it's deputies to wear. The office has selected a camera system and software but estimates the cost to be... more

Coalition for the Homeless of the Southern Tier Holds First Job Fair VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2015 - Binghamton's unemployment rate was six percent in November -- but the Coalition for the Homeless of the Southern Tier wants to reduce that number even more. Tuesday, the organization held it's... more

Facebook Collaborates with NYS to Deliver Amber Alerts VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2015 - New York State and Facebook are teaming up to better deliver amber alerts to help find missing children.     Facebook's new distribution system will send amber alerts to people's news feed if... more

City Council Meeting Highlighted Two Topics Monday Night VIEW VIDEO
January 12, 2015 - The Binghamton City Council met tonight for two different purposes. A Special Business Meeting was held January 12 at City Hall to approve a resolution that would authorize the city's acceptance... more

Day 4 of the Nigel Saunders Trial VIEW VIDEO
January 12, 2015 - On day four of the Saunders trial, the jury saw the crime scene on 32 Mygatt Street. evidence showed the rear door of the house was pried open and there were blood stains on the handle and wooden... more

Binghamton Dispatch Reports Hit and Run VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2015 - At least one person is sent to the hospital this evening after a hit and run car crash. According to scanner reports the incident happened just after 8:00 p.m. outside of 174 Park Avenue between... more

Single Car Crash Leaves Person Injured VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2015 - A single car crash leaves one person injured this evening according to State Police. Police say the incident happened on Pendell Hill Road near Whitney Point just before 6:00 Sunday evening.... more

Community Remembers Missing Loved One After Nine Years VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2015 - Community members commemorate a woman missing for nine years with an annual candlelight vigil.   Dozens gathered outside the One Stop Grocery on Front Street this evening remembering Bambi... more

Students Perform Jacks and the Fourth Wall at Tri-Cities Opera VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2015 - On Sunday performers hit the stage again in Jacks and the Fourth Wall... a play written by two SUNY Geneseo students. Actors took to the stage at two Sunday afternoon inside the Tri-Cities Opera... more

Citizen Action Group To Thank Governor Cuomo After Ban on Fracking VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2015 - After Governor Cuomo announces a ban on all fracking in New York State, members of Citizen Action are celebrating the victory. The group has been present at just about all fracking hearings within... more

New Laws In Place Geared Toward Helping Veterans for 2015 VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2015 - The office of Senator Libous announces some laws geared toward helping veterans and the businesses that hire them. Some business managers are saying a reward for hiring a vet can serve as an... more

New York State Umpire Association Clinic Kicks Off VIEW VIDEO
January 10, 2015 - Well it's not baseball season yet, but some umpires are practicing their best "You're out!", "Strike!", and "Foul!" voices.   It's all part of the annual New York State Umpires Association... more

Broome County Council of Churches Collaborates with Citizen Action For Environmental Issues VIEW VIDEO
January 10, 2015 - Some organizations in Broome County are trying to heal the world one step at a time -- and they're banning together for one common goal: to better the environment. The Broome County Council of... more

Day 3 of Testimony in the Trial of Nigel Saunders
January 9, 2015 - Testimony continued Friday in the trail of Nigel Saunders, who is also commonly known as Caesar. The 26 year-old, is charged in the death of Jordan Dordell and the beating of Dordell's pregnant... more

Dunkin Donuts and The American Red Cross Team up for a good cause and reward generous donors VIEW VIDEO
January 9, 2015 - A coffeehouse has joined forces with The American Red Cross during National Volunteer Blood Donor month. Dunkin Donuts is continuing to build their relationship with the red cross in attempt to... more

Affordable Care Act Changes the Way We Complete Tax Return VIEW VIDEO
January 8, 2015 - The Affordable Care Act has changed the way many get health insurance. It's also changing our tax return.     With 46 new ACA-related laws on the books it's the largest change to the tax law in... more

Binghamton Partnering With Company to Install Micro Cell Towers VIEW VIDEO
January 8, 2015 - A boost to revenue and a boost in cell service may be coming to Binghamton as soon as this summer.     The city of Binghamton will partner with Communication Management Associates Incorporated... more

Victim's Fiancee Recounts Murder, Victim's Final Moments VIEW VIDEO
January 8, 2015 - Graphic testimony Thursday in the murder trial of Nigel Saunders. Saunders is charged in the death of Jordan Dordell and beating of his pregnant fiancee. Dordell's fiancee, who was 19 at the time of... more

Broome County Launches New Heroin Taskforce VIEW VIDEO
January 8, 2015 - The heroin epidemic has made it's way into the headlines and, unfortunately, into the lives of far too many people in our area...     Thursday Broome County announced the creation of the Broome... more

Financial Fitness More Than A Resolution VIEW VIDEO
January 8, 2015 - Jason: New Year's resolutions about money usually end up like those about  dieting--abandoned along the way. Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial offers a different approach. Greg.   Greg: Instead of... more

Health Officials Stress Importance of Checking for Radon VIEW VIDEO
January 7, 2015 - The month of January is about raising awareness about many different things, including one colorless, odorless gas.     January is National Radon Action Month.  Radon gas is becoming a widespread... more

Gaming Commission Actively Considering So. Tier License Request VIEW VIDEO
January 7, 2015 - The State Gaming Commission is actively considering the request from Governor Cuomo to grant a fourth upstate license to a location in the Southern Tier.     This according to a spokesperson for... more

SUNY Broome To Host 2nd Annual Color Run VIEW VIDEO
January 7, 2015 - A burst of color and a boost to a local organization helping those with mental health issues. The 2nd Annual Color Run is set for SUNY Broome. "Known as the happiest 5K on the planet," said SUNY... more

Local Woman Celebrates 105th Birthday VIEW VIDEO
January 6, 2015 - 105 years old and still going strong - that's the story of a former Broome County school nurse who celebrated that major milestone birthday yesterday.     Deetta Lalley is a current resident at... more

Red Cross Offers Tips to Business Owners on Surviving Disaster VIEW VIDEO
January 6, 2015 - According to the local Red Cross, New York State is the fourth most likely to face disasters. So running a business and having a plan is essential. Nick Ponterio, a disaster preparation associate... more

Southern Tier Landowners Rally Against Fracking Ban VIEW VIDEO
January 5, 2015 - The Cuomo administration banned natural gas drilling based on findings in the SGEIS.  The study sheds light on health concerns associated with fracking. Less than three weeks after Governor... more

Binghamton City Council Announces New President VIEW VIDEO
January 5, 2015 - Binghamton City Council has a new president. Bill Berg will replace former council president Teri Rennia. A new president is  elected during the first business meeting of each year. Berg has... more

Cause of Family Dollar Fire Still Undetermined VIEW VIDEO
January 5, 2015 - Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of a fire just after midnight Saturday at the Family Dollar Store on Vestal Ave in Binghamton.   The City's Fire Investigator says his office... more

New Law Could Boost Veteran Employment VIEW VIDEO
January 5, 2015 - Some new laws are on the books in New York State this year -- and a few of them are geared toward helping veterans.     Businesses can now receive a tax credit for hiring a veteran. The credit is... more

Police Investigate Shots Fired In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
January 4, 2015 - Binghamton police say they are investigating shots fired on Susquehanna street. According to police scanner reports, shots were fired around four Sunday evening on Susquehanna street in downtown... more

Man Resists Arrest, Punched Sheriff's Officer VIEW VIDEO
January 4, 2015 - A Whitney Point man is facing charges after punching a sheriff's deputy.   Sunday, Broome County Sheriff's officers arrested 18-year-old Brandon Pittsley after investigating a reported... more

Electricians Try to Restore Power After Family Dollar Fire, Chief Says VIEW VIDEO
January 4, 2015 - Binghamton fire officials say electricians were on scene at the Family Dollar on Vestal Ave after Saturday's fire shut-down the entire plaza.     Just after midnight Saturday several fire agencies... more

Program Helps Residents Get Rid of and Recycle Christmas Trees VIEW VIDEO
January 4, 2015 - Well with the holidays now behind us, have you gotten rid of your Christmas tree? A free program in Broome County is helping residents get rid of trees and recycle them at the same time. ... more

Humane Society Animals Find New Homes VIEW VIDEO
January 4, 2015 - The holidays are over and dozens of new pets have found a new home. The Humane Society in Binghamton has recorded one of their highest rates of adoption in the month of December ever, with 33 cats... more

Winter Session to Begin at Binghamton University VIEW VIDEO
January 4, 2015 - While it may seem like finals just ended for Binghamton University students, many will return Monday for the beginning of the Winter Session.  The school expects a large percentage of students to... more

Roberson Home for the Holidays Closes for the Season VIEW VIDEO
January 4, 2015 - Sunday was the last time to catch some decorated trees at the Roberson Museum for the Home for the Holidays tree display. Dozens of trees had been decorated throughout the museum, featuring... more

Showplace Flea Market Opens for First Time this Year VIEW VIDEO
January 4, 2015 - It's the largest flea market in Binghamton and it's opening its doors for the first time this year. The Showplace Flea Market features 50 local venders selling a variety of different items,... more

Staying Motivated and Keeping Your New Year's Resolutions VIEW VIDEO
January 2, 2015 - A New Year means a fresh start and new resolutions. For some, those resolutions include weight loss. According to American Family Fitness trainers, there is an increase in membership this time... more

Binghamton Celebrates the First Friday of the New Year with an Art Walk VIEW VIDEO
January 2, 2015 - To kick off the new year and show off some local art, Binghamton hosted their First Friday Art Walk tonight. The Gorgeous Washington Street Association presented an art walk which featured twenty... more

JC Man Sentenced to Life Without Parole in 2013 Murder VIEW VIDEO
January 2, 2015 - With both the prosecution and judge calling the crime one of the most brutal they had ever seen, Christopher Davis was sentenced to life in prison without parole for killing his downstairs neighbor... more

Liquor Stores Ready for Big Night of Sales VIEW VIDEO
December 30, 2014 - Well the holidays aren't over just yet, and many are gearing up for New Year's Eve with a quick trip to a local liquor store.   A manager at Southbridge Wine and Liquors says New Year's Eve is... more

Roberson Museum Celebrates 60 Years in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 30, 2014 - Roberson Museum and Science Center is celebrating 60 years in the Binghamton community. On Tuesday Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator Jason Fiume was at the Binghamton Rotary speaking on... more

Johnson City Man Charges After Physical Dispute VIEW VIDEO
December 30, 2014 - A Johnson City man has been arrested after police say he was involved in a physical dispute with his girlfriend at their home.   Police say 27-year-old Kashawn Cuffy Mackey grabbed his girlfriend... more

Cuomo Says "No" to Nicotine Sales to Minors
December 30, 2014 - Governor Cuomo has signed new legislation into effect that will prohibit the sale of liquid nicotine to minors.   Liquid nicotine is also found in E-cigarettes and can be lethal if it gets in the... more

Binghamton Police Investigate Armed Robbery at Webster Park VIEW VIDEO
December 29, 2014 - Binghamton police confirm an armed robbery took place Sunday afternoon.  around 1:30 at Webster Park. Police say they believe the suspect is a male. No arrests have been made as police are... more

Three Arrested, Facing Burglary Charges VIEW VIDEO
December 29, 2014 - Three people are facing burglary charges in connection with a home invasion on Edwards Street.   Binghamton police say the incident happened on Christmas Eve just after midnight. According to... more

Department of Public Works to Collect Discarded Christmas Trees VIEW VIDEO
December 29, 2014 - If you're still hanging on to the holidays and your, decorations, clean up crews will soon be making rounds picking up Christmas trees. From January 5th to January 15th, the city of Binghamton's... more

STOP DWI Tournament Kicks Off VIEW VIDEO
December 29, 2014 - With New Years Eve right around the corner -- the Stop DWI tournament at the arena is sending a strong message to the community about making safe and healthy choices.   The tournament raises... more

SEFCU Credit Union Donates to C.H.O.W. VIEW VIDEO
December 29, 2014 - An organization that provided about one million meals to area residents last year is thanking one of the largest credit unions in upstate New York for a generous donation.   The Community Hunger... more

Binghamton Police Investigate Armed Robbery VIEW VIDEO
December 28, 2014 - Binghamton police confirm an armed robbery took place earlier Sunday at Webster Park in Binghamton. However,  Binghamton police would not release further details. We will bring you more... more

Binghamton Theater Organ Society Presents Silent Films Funnies Fest VIEW VIDEO
December 28, 2014 - While Hollywood is releasing blockbuster hits for the end of the year, one local organization is showcasing classic films.   The Binghamton Theatre Organ Society held a silent film screening at... more

Gym Goers and Personal Trainers Talk Getting In Shape for New Year VIEW VIDEO
December 28, 2014 - One of the most popular New Year's resolutions is losing weight.  Although there are different types of ways to stay healthy most people find themselves getting a new gym membership.  Trainers at JP... more

Schimmerling Law Offices Offer Free Cab Rides Home NYE VIEW VIDEO
December 28, 2014 - Attorney Thomas Schimmerling is offering party-goers free taxi-cab rides home on New Year's Eve. This is the 18th year the law office is offering rides. They're advocating safety on the big... more

Stop DWI Coordinator Talks Responsible New Year's Eve Decisions VIEW VIDEO
December 28, 2014 - According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, around this time of year the number of people driving under the influence is higher than average. Some party-goers may not think... more

Holiday Tournament Kicks Off with Charlie Howland Memorial Luncheon VIEW VIDEO
December 27, 2014 - Broome County's D.W.I. programs wants to remind people not to drink and drive with their annual Charlie Howland Memorial Luncheon. Each year Mirabito STOP - DWI Holiday Classic kicks off with the... more

Holiday Travel Reunites Family VIEW VIDEO
December 24, 2014 - 98 million Americans are hitting the roadways and airways this holiday season. Sometimes that travel can be stressful, but sometimes it can help reunite loved ones after months apart. That was... more

Bandera Family Christmas Dinner Tradition Continues VIEW VIDEO
December 24, 2014 - A Christmas tradition continues ... The Bandera family will once again host a free Christmas dinner open to all members of the Greater Binghamton Community. Some big last-minute donations... more

Local Churches Provide Free Christmas Meals VIEW VIDEO
December 24, 2014 - The Bandera family dinner won't be the only free meal available to people in need on Christmas. The Owego United Methodist Church is holding a dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 261 Main Street in... more

Lesko: 'Tis the Season to Think About Why to Invest VIEW VIDEO
December 24, 2014 - Jason: Financial advice usually tells us "how" to invest. But Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial Services says, at Christmas, it's also good to consider the "why." Greg: One financial website... more

Employees Bring Christmas Cheer to Colleagues VIEW VIDEO
December 23, 2014 - Security Mutual employees gathered to sing carols as a part of a 20 year tradition.     Music filled the lobby of the company's building in downtown Binghamton Tuesday morning. But the insurance... more

Anti-Fracking Activists Keep up the Fight VIEW VIDEO
December 23, 2014 - The fight over fracking may not be over. Fresh off of the state's decision to ban fracking, drilling opponents are ready to send a letter of support to Governor Cuomo while taking a swipe at a pair... more

Pro-Fracking Landowners Plan Binghamton Rally VIEW VIDEO
December 23, 2014 - Pro-fracking landowners are planning a big rally in Binghamton after the new year.     The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York has informed it's members of a rally at the Holiday Inn Arena on... more

Unemployment Rate 6.0% in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 23, 2014 - Unemployment in Binghamton ticked up over the last month but is down almost a percentage point from this time last year.     November's unemployment rate in Binghamton was 6.0 percent. That's up... more

Police, the Community and Preventing Domestic Violence VIEW VIDEO
December 22, 2014 - So what, if anything, could have been done to prevent Friday's homicide in the Town of Maine, or future ones stemming from domestic violence?     Captain Frederick Akshar of the Broome County... more

Holiday Travel Tips VIEW VIDEO
December 22, 2014 - This Wednesday is expected to have the highest travel volume for the holiday to date. AAA predicts that 98.6 million people across the country will travel 50 miles or more from their... more

Students Get a Closer Look at Police K-9 Units VIEW VIDEO
December 22, 2014 - Students at Broome-Tioga BOCES got a first hand look at what it takes to be part of a police K-9 unit. New York State Trooper Bruce Shive gave two presentations today to criminal justice students.... more

Roberson Museum Hosts Winter Craft Event VIEW VIDEO
December 21, 2014 - This holiday season, the Roberson Museum strikes again! This time they're hosting a winter craft event. Kids put together some arts and crafts including things like reindeer hats and Christmas... more

Only a Few More Days to Donate to Salvation Army VIEW VIDEO
December 21, 2014 - The bells sure are ringing this season, especially outside of your local grocery stores.. You've got only 3 more days to give to the Salvation Army before they pack up for Christmas. The... more

Animal Adventure Hosts Jungle Bells Event VIEW VIDEO
December 20, 2014 - Animal Adventure wants you to unleash your inner child -- or just bring your own to the 3rd Annual Jungle Bells Event.   Festivities went down at the Forum Theater Saturday morning, and included... more

Local Supermarket Helps Residents Put Food on Table VIEW VIDEO
December 19, 2014 - One local supermarket chain is helping those who are struggling put food on the table. Weis markets donated 15-thousand-dollars worth of groceries to CHOW Friday afternoon.  Weis officials unveiled a... more

Libous: State Should Reconsider Giving Southern Tier Casino VIEW VIDEO
December 19, 2014 - State Senator Tom Libous is calling on the Gaming Facility Location Board to reconsider it's decision to deny a recommendation for a casino license to one of two Southern Tier locations: Tioga Downs... more

Bandera Christmas Dinner Donation VIEW VIDEO
December 19, 2014 - A donation of 800 pounds of ham will help keep a Binghamton Christmas tradition alive.     The food is a gift from Good Shepherd Communities and Sodexo Senior Living to the Bandera Free Family... more

Two Men Charged With Drunk Driving After Driving on Wrong Side of Road VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2014 - A Johnson City man is facing several charges after police say he was driving drunk on the wrong side of Interstate 81. Police say at around 12:45 Thursday morning 25 year old Brendan Hickey's vehicle... more

Binghamton Fire Investigators: Arson Caused Florence Street Fire VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2014 - Fire investigators in Binghamton have determined that arson was the cause of last night's fire at a multi-level apartment building on Florence Street. Investigators say the two alarm fire caused... more

Bill Walsh and Family React to Gaming Board's Decision VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2014 - The Walsh family and all those at Traditions say they're stunned and disappointed at the announcement that they will not receive a recommendation from the state gaming board. According to Bill... more

Anti-Fracking Activists Celebrate Victory VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2014 - Anti-fracking activists took a victory lap Thursday, celebrating the Cuomo administration's decision to ban fracking in New York.     They met in front of Government Plaza in Binghamton Thursday... more

Pro-Fracking Landowners Left Reeling. Lawsuit Possible. VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2014 - While anti-fracking activists celebrate, some landowners are still coming to grips with the state's decision to ban fracking.     The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York, which has 70,000... more

Lesko: Young Workers Should Invest VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2014 - Jason: Many young workers who find good jobs are missing a chance to build a brighter future. Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial explains why. Greg: Look around at people in their 60's and 70's. Some... more

A Fire Breaks Out at an Apartment Building in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2014 - A fire broke out at a multi-level apartment building on the city's west side early Wednesday evening.     Firefighters were called to 6 Florence Street around 6:30 as flames were shooting out of... more

Some High School Students Get an Early Taste of College VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2014 - Some area 9th graders are getting a taste of college a little bit early.     P-tech is a state-funded program where 9th graders learn job skills for future technology industries such as health... more

Students Bring Holiday Cheer to Discovery Center VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2014 - While Santa will be making his rounds on Christmas eve, some of his helpers stopped by the Discovery Center this afternoon.     Students from Sidney High School dressed up as elves, sang songs... more

Cuomo Administration Bans Fracking in New York VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2014 - "I will then issue a legally binding findings statement prohibiting HVHF (high-volume hydraulic fracturing) in New York State at this time," said DEC Commissioner Joe Martens. With that... more

Man on Binghamton Police Most Wanted List Captured VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2014 - A man who's been on the Binghamton Police Department's most wanted list has been arrested. 32-year-old Kevin Carroll has been charged with attempted murder and criminal possession of a controlled... more

Investigators Determine Cause of Tuesday's Fire in Vestal VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2014 - Broome County fire investigators have determined what caused Tuesday's early morning fire at 128 Hazel Drive in Vestal. According to investigator Jeff Winchell, the fire started because of... more

Students Gather to Remember Slain Teen and Promote Peace VIEW VIDEO
December 16, 2014 - The death of 19 year-old Scott Wright Jr. has started a movement among the students of  Binghamton High School against violence. LPP Student Assistance Advisor, Autumn Loae says, "You know it's... more

Extreme Cheer Group Brings Holiday Cheer To Good Shepherd Village VIEW VIDEO
December 16, 2014 - Elderly residents of Good Shepherd Village got a special treat Tuesday night in the form of holiday cheer.     The Binghamton Extreme Cheer Group sang christmas carols to the residents as a part... more

Binghamton Man Sentenced to 19 Years in State Prison VIEW VIDEO
December 16, 2014 - A Binghamton man is now behind bars after pleading guilty to manslaughter charges. Trevis Johnson, 22,  pled guilty to shooting 27-year-old Sergio Beldo during an attempted robbery on Mather... more

Arrest Made in Binghamton Home Invasion VIEW VIDEO
December 16, 2014 - A Binghamton man has been arrested in connection with a home invasion that took place on december 5th. Twenty three year old Jamal Adams was arrested at 42 Fayette street and charged with... more

A Drug Bust Lands Two Binghamton Residents Behind Bars VIEW VIDEO
December 16, 2014 - The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force executed a search warrant at 124 Beethoven street in the city. Police say 33 year old Tyrone Middleton and 38 year old Angela Cooley, both... more

Casino Officials Speak Prior to Licensing Decision Wednesday VIEW VIDEO
December 15, 2014 - In just a few days we should know who will be awarded casino licenses in New York. The New York State Gaming Board will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. inside the Empire State Plaza building in Albany.... more

If NY Allows Fracking, Are Towns Ready to Drill or Oppose? VIEW VIDEO
December 15, 2014 - When New York's highest court upheld fracking bans in Dryden and Middlefield it also shifted the responsibility to allow the drilling process through zoning to local municipalities. Town of... more

Possible Meth Lab in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 15, 2014 - Police are investigating a possible meth lab on Binghamton's south side. According to Trooper Nathan Riegal Binghamton Police requested the assistance of the New York State Police around noon on... more

End of the Year Tax Tips VIEW VIDEO
December 15, 2014 - With less than a month left of 2014 and tax season on the horizon tax preparer and financial advisor Gerri Harrison has some final tips for closing out the year. Harrison says that if you have... more

Hundreds of BU Students Receive Degrees in Fall Commencement Ceremony VIEW VIDEO
December 14, 2014 - They've made it!  Hundreds of Binghamton University students walked across the stage Sunday afternoon in the University's Fall Commencement Ceremony.   On the Events Center stage 307 students... more

NY Grant Awarded to Binghamton Regional Sustainability Coalition VIEW VIDEO
December 14, 2014 - The Southern Tier could be getting "greener" after a renewable NY grant. The Binghamton Regional Sustainability Coalition or BRSC is announcing they have been awarded a $1.8 million grant from... more

Locals Participate in Santa Run 5K VIEW VIDEO
December 14, 2014 - Santa Claus is coming to town... well, actually he's running into town. Hundreds of Santa Clauses and Christmas-themed characters hit the streets of Binghamton Sunday in a race for charity.... more

UHS Wilson's Medical Center Unveils Children's Holiday Art Exhibit VIEW VIDEO
December 14, 2014 - UHS Wilson Medical Center's lobby has a new and artistic look for the holidays.   Children K-6 from local schools had art work displayed in the hospital Sunday for the Annual Children's Holiday... more

Binghamton Residents Campaign Against Racial Profiling VIEW VIDEO
December 13, 2014 - Tensions continue to rise across the nation after the NYPD chokehold death of Eric Garner. Community members are demanding justice from police brutality and racial profiling...including right... more

Golden Retriever Foundation Wraps Gifts for Community Donations VIEW VIDEO
December 13, 2014 - Have you finished your holiday shopping? Have you wrapped the gifts?   The Spring to Freedom Golden Retriever Rescue Foundation is making sure all gifts are wrapped this holiday season. The... more

Binghamton Tuba Ensamble plays at Oakdale Mall VIEW VIDEO
December 13, 2014 - You may have heard the Sounds of the Binghamton Tuba Christmas Ensemble. This is the 27th year that the national event was held in Broome County, featuring more than 50 tuba players playing... more

Local Dentist Office Holds "Stuff the Chimney for CHOW" Event VIEW VIDEO
December 13, 2014 - With food pantries at a low point this time of the year, one local dentist is making sure all families will have a happy holiday. Giordano family dentistry held a "Stuff the Chimney for CHOW"... more

SUNY Broome Honors Binghamton Native Photographer, Ed Aswad
December 12, 2014 - He already has a star on Binghamton's Walk of Fame, and on Friday night it was SUNY Broome that was honoring photographer Ed Aswad.  The Binghamton native who now lives in North Carolina has... more

Binghamton Woman Decorates Non-Traditional Christmas Tree
December 12, 2014 - Everyone has their own holiday traditions, and for Nancy Libous of Binghamton it's her non-traditional Christmas trees. Over the past nine years, Libous has turned trees into everything from... more

Will Second-Hand Property Law Reduce Crime or Hurt Business? VIEW VIDEO
December 12, 2014 - Right now Second-Hand Property laws in Broome County are a hodgepodge of rules that vary by municipality. "We're trying to streamline where all the data goes. In Windsor you may have to keep... more

Police: Bust Nets Heroin, Gun in Woman's Apartment VIEW VIDEO
December 12, 2014 - A Binghamton woman is behind bars after police say they confiscated heroin and a loaded handgun from her  apartment.   On Tuesday the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force executed... more

United Way of Broome County Says Thank You to Sponsors VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2014 - The United Way is saying thank you to the dozens of organizations who have supported them throughout the year.     On Thursday evening at the Roberson Mansion on Front Street in Binghamton... more

Tips Before Giving a Pet For a Christmas Gift VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2014 - They are cute, they are cuddly but they aren't toys. Pets can be great gifts for the holidays but you need to make sure that the person you're giving it to is ready for the responsibility.   ... more

Fire Safety During the Winter Months VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2014 - For some the winter means cozying up by the fireplace, for others it means decorating their christmas tree, but the Binghamton Bureau of Fire reminds everyone to be mindful of fire safety during the... more

Lesko: Eating Habits and Financial Habits Related VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2014 - Jason: Are America's eating habits related to their finances? Greg Lesko of  Lesko Financial says, in one sense, yes. Greg. Greg: Jason, there seems to be more of a connection between dieting... more

Endicott Store Sells Winning Lottery Ticket VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2014 - A Cortland car salesman is now a millionaire thanks to a New York lottery 2,500 dollar a week for life scratch-off ticket.     Fifty-five year-old Peter Coppola says he was visiting his father in... more

An Evening With The Stars VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2014 - It was an evening with the stars at the Forum Theatre in Binghamton.     At the event the new location of the Binghamton Sidewalk of the Stars was unveiled. It pays tribute to the 45 stars from... more

Salvation Army Continues Bell Ringing Tradition VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2014 - Tis' the season the bells are ringing and these bells you may be all too familiar with.   Commonly outside of department and grocery stores: The Salvation Army bell ringers. Salvation Army... more

Officials Speak Computer Scam Prevention VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2014 - As you're browsing the web for some holiday shopping this season, officials are warning clicking on the wrong thing could leave you in dilemma.   Laptops, tablets and Smart TV's are susceptible to... more

Binghamton Teen Arrested for Petit Larceny VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2014 - A Binghamton teen is arrested in Endicott on two counts of petit larceny. Endicott police responded to the complaint of a suspicious person on Odell Ave at 4:54 a.m. Authorities believe 16... more

Health Officials Talk Proper Shoveling Techniques VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2014 - Many will be reaching for our shovels soon ready to battle the snow. But health officials want people to know there is a proper technique to shoveling - and a potentially fatal danger. Here are some... more

Seton Catholic Students Spread Cheer to Families in Need VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2014 - Seton Catholic students are helping less fortunate families  deck the halls. Each club at the school purchased and decorated a tree. Tuesday students packaged 20 trees and their trimmings for... more

Police Investigate November Home Invasion VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2014 - Binghamton Police are looking for information about a home invasion that occurred in the city in November. Police say that two African-American males forced their way into an apartment on Lake... more

Local Residents Voice Opinions on State Legislature's 2015 Session VIEW VIDEO
December 8, 2014 - Monday night local residents got the chance to voice their opinions about what they think should be discussed in the state Legislature's 2015 session. There were plenty of opinions in the room at... more

NYSEG Offers Tips, Staying Safe During Winter Storm VIEW VIDEO
December 8, 2014 - In preparation for the storm, NYSEG is offering some tips to make sure residents are prepared for the possibility of power interruptions.   To make sure you are prepared for any storm situation,... more

Gas Prices continue to drop VIEW VIDEO
December 8, 2014 - In February of 2013, Gas prices were as high as $4. In July of 2014, the prices dropped to $3.83. In October, it dropped even further to $3.39. But now it's been the lowest since 2009 and you can... more

Senator Schumer Talks A.V.R.E. Job Danger VIEW VIDEO
December 8, 2014 - Senator Charles Schumer met Monday with employees at Binghamton's A.V.R.E a company that employs residents with visual impairments to make paper products for the federal government. But Schumer... more

Idea-Kraft Announced as Winner of City's Business Plan Competition VIEW VIDEO
December 8, 2014 - A Binghamton business takes home top prize in the city's business plan competition. Idea-Kraft, a full service creative design studio, will receive a $5,000 prize to aid in growing it's... more

Broome County Health Department Recognizes National Influenza Vaccination Week VIEW VIDEO
December 7, 2014 - The Broome County Health Department wants you to know it's not too late for you to get your flu shot. The Health Department will open it's flu clinic to anyone ages three and up on Thursday... more

BU Students Donate to Salvation Army with Hand to Heart Project VIEW VIDEO
December 7, 2014 - Binghamton University students are at it again! This time they're donating some gifts to children this holiday season.. The Salvation Army has received more than 1,000 requests for help this... more

Locals Participate in First Annual Ugly Sweater Run/Walk VIEW VIDEO
December 7, 2014 - Who knew that ugly Christmas sweater in the back of your closet had a purpose!   About 100 people broke out their sweaters for the first annual Ugly Sweater Run/Walk held at Binghamton... more

A Night in Bethlehem Held at First Church of the Nazarene VIEW VIDEO
December 7, 2014 - Binghamton's First Church of the Nazarene looked quite historical Sunday -- all in an effort to recreate the city where Jesus was born: Bethlehem. For free, the visitors took time exploring an... more

American Heart Association Prepares For Heart Walk Early VIEW VIDEO
December 6, 2014 - The American Heart Association is preparing for their Heart Walk a little early. The actual walk is in April but today the Association took some time giving out health information. Vendors... more

Dunkin Donuts and US Marine Corps Collaborate for Toy Delivery VIEW VIDEO
December 6, 2014 - Thirty-thousand dollars worth of toys are making their way throughout New York state -- and in a unique way. Dunkin Donuts and the Marine Corps are traveling the railroad for the 6th Annual Toys... more

Johnson City PD Help Collect Toys for Local Kids VIEW VIDEO
December 6, 2014 - Ten police patrol cars from all over Broome county were present at Toys R Us Saturday but all for a good cause. The squads parked outside the store and visitors had the chance to purchase a toy in... more

Residents Come out for Tree of Lights Ceremony in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 5, 2014 - Christmas is still 3 weeks away, but people are starting to get in the Christmas and holiday spirit, especially when it involves a tradition.  On Friday night in downtown Binghamton residents... more

Layoffs Soon to Come for Penguin Random House Distribution Center VIEW VIDEO
December 5, 2014 - We now know that 286 employees will lose their jobs in Kirkwood with the closure of the Penguin Random House Distribution Center. This according to a WARN notice the company filed with the New... more

A New $100 Million System for Joint Sewage Treatment Plant VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2014 - A change in direction with over $100 million on the line at the Binghamton/Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Plant.   The mayors of Binghamton and Johnson City announced today they are changing... more

Lesko: The A-B-C's of Investing VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2014 - Jason:  New research says people picking stocks are relying too much on their a-b-c's. Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial explains. Greg:  Yes, Jason. Companies listed in the yellow books put the... more

A Pre-trial Hearing For Nigel Saunders VIEW VIDEO
December 3, 2014 - A man facing four charges including second-degree murder in the death of a Binghamton man and beating of his pregnant fiance is still headed for trial.   This after a pre-trial hearing Wednesday... more

First Assembly Church Applies For Makeover Grant to Upgrade Soup Kitchen VIEW VIDEO
December 3, 2014 - Binghamton's First Assembly Church is asking for your vote so it can continue to help the community.   It's all in an effort to get some upgrades to it's soup kitchen. The church partners with... more

Sheriff Harder Speaks On Possible New Body Cameras VIEW VIDEO
December 2, 2014 - Local police officers and sheriff's deputies could have another accessory added to their uniform.   Police body cameras could be the new standard. After the incident in Ferguson with Police... more

Two Alarm Fire Displaces Two Families in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 1, 2014 - A two-family home went up in flames in Binghamton Monday afternoon, leaving three adults and one child displaced. The blaze happened around 2:00pm Monday afternoon on Stuyvesant... more

Police Search for Suspects Following Binghamton Home Invasion VIEW VIDEO
December 1, 2014 - Binghamton police are searching for two male suspects in a home invasion that took place Monday afternoon. The invasion happened on Rutherford Street after two o'clock Monday afternoon. The... more

World Aids Day VIEW VIDEO
December 1, 2014 - Monday is World Aids day and experts say efforts against the disease are working in New York State. The head of the Southern Tier Aids Program says new HIV infections in the state are down 37%... more

Free Rapid HIV Testing In the Southern Tier VIEW VIDEO
December 1, 2014 - Those in our area who need to be positive that they are negative can get a free rapid HIV test at Family Planning of South Central this week. The agency has a location on Hawley Street in... more

Alternate Side Parking Rules Now in Effect VIEW VIDEO
December 1, 2014 - Alternate side parking rules in the city of Binghamton went into effect Monday and will be in effect until March 15th. City residents and motorists are reminded that on even calendar days, park... more

Two Hospitalized After Car Rollover VIEW VIDEO
November 30, 2014 - Two people hospitalized after a car rollover on I-88 near Sanataria Springs. Officials say a Jeep Wrangler traveling on I-88 Westbound flipped upside down...the cause of the incident is unknown... more

Alternate Street Parking to Begin Monday VIEW VIDEO
November 30, 2014 - Alternate side parking goes into effect Monday December 1 and multiple city officials are sending out a little friendly reminder.   In the city of Binghamton, Mayor David outlines alternate... more

Accord Program Hosts First Shop-a-Palooza Event VIEW VIDEO
November 30, 2014 - The program Accord held its first annual Shop-a-Palooza event at the American Legion Post 80, featuring 28 venders selling a variety of homemade goods. Every vender donated a portion of their... more

Madrigal Choir Performs Popular Holiday Songs VIEW VIDEO
November 30, 2014 - Christmas carols have already hit the radio but hundreds of community members are listening to the real thing!   The Madrigal Choir of Binghamton performed Sunday afternoon in front of a packed... more

Cyber Monday Kicks Off VIEW VIDEO
November 30, 2014 - After thanksgiving, all the shopping starts. We had Black Friday --which in some places started Thursday -- small business Saturday and Cyber Monday!   You can catch all the bargains online... more

Phelps Mansion Decorates For the Holidays VIEW VIDEO
November 30, 2014 - One of the most historic sights in Binghamton is taking time to get into the holiday spirit.   Phelps Mansion and Museum has decorated the three story building with Christmas trees and holiday... more

Broome County Health Department Honors World AIDS Day VIEW VIDEO
November 30, 2014 - The Broome County Health Department is raising awareness about HIV/AIDS.   Monday, the Health Department will offer anonymous HIV testing.  Testing is free and you don't even need an appointment.... more

Locals Shop Small Business Saturday VIEW VIDEO
November 29, 2014 - With the holidays right around the corner, stores all across our area are being filled with customers looking for the best deal. But while large retail stores are seeing increased traffic, small... more

BU Supports Local Food Banks VIEW VIDEO
November 29, 2014 - Binghamton University is showing their support for the local food banks.   Saturday the university hosted their 11th annual Holiday Craft Fair. Items up for sale: pottery, jewelry, blankets,... more

Two Organizations Help Veterans Prepare For Winter Weather VIEW VIDEO
November 28, 2014 - Two non-profit organizations are partnering up to help bring relief to some local veterans.     The Broome County United Way and the Southern Tier Veterans Support Group are collecting new hats,... more

Alternate Street Parking in Binghamton to Begin Monday VIEW VIDEO
November 28, 2014 - the City of Binghamton is reminding residents about alternate street parking. It begins this Monday, December 1st at 5 p.m. and will be in effect until March 15th. It may sound confusing but ... more

Salvation Army is Looking for Bell Ringers VIEW VIDEO
November 28, 2014 - With shoppers flooding to stores in droves the Salvation Army bell ringers were also in full force trying to raise money for their national red kettle campaign.   Braving cold temperatures... more

Binghamton High School Prepares 19th Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2014 - More than 50 Binghamton High School students gathered at the school Wednesday to prepare for the school's 19th annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner.   Thursday students and faculty of BHS are expected... more

Broome County Aviation Commissioner is Leaving VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2014 - The Broome County Commissioner of Aviation has accepted a new position in at an airport in Pennsylvania.    44 year old Carl Beardsley who has been in his position for almost 10 years at the... more

Lesko: Technology and the Fate of Black Friday VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2014 - Jason: Will Black Friday be the big sales day the stores are expecting? Greg  Lesko of Lesko Financial offers some insight. Greg: Black Friday took its name from the gold market crash of 1869. A... more

Police Say Pair Robbed Binghamton First Niagara Bank VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2014 - Binghamton Police have arrested a pair of people they said robbed the First Niagara Bank on Court Street Wednesday morning.   Police say 20-year-old Ashley Texidor and 20-year-old Quioni Simms... more

How Certain Animals From Warm Climates Cope In The Cold Weather VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2014 - It's easy to throw on a jacket as we head outside in temperatures like these...but can we say the same for zoo animals living outdoors? At the zoo you can find, wallabies, tigers, guinea hogs and... more

Southern Tier's First Major Snowfall Creates Havoc on Roads and at Airport VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2014 - The Southern Tier's first major snowfall creates havoc at the airport and on the  roadways. The snow began falling early this morning and it wasn't long before accidents were dotting the roadways and... more

Business Owners Encourage Residents to Shop Locally Black Friday VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2014 - As Black Friday draws closer, business owners are preparing for the influx of shoppers. Our Beth Russo tells us why you should skip the lines at the big chains this year and shop locally. WHEN... more

Thanksgiving Comes Early For Some Youngsters VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2014 - Boys and girls through out the Binghamton area got a chance to celebrate Thanksgiving a little early this year.     The boys and girls club of Binghamton held their annual Thanksgiving dinner for... more

BU Students, Others Protest Ferguson Decision VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2014 - Dozens of Binghamton University students and community members gathered in front of the Binghamton Police Station late Tuesday afternoon to protest the grand jury decision to not indict a white... more

Katie Titus Tree of Life in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2014 - "Katie was a member of the SAADD club and she was just such an amazing student and she really represented what it meant to be a Binghamton Patriot," said Jodi Marie-Ramil. Katie Titus passed away... more

Binghamton Unemployment Rate Decreases VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2014 - For the first time since the start of the great recession the Binghamton area has an unemployment rate of under six percent. The rate for October of 2014 was 5.9%. This compares to 7.1% in... more

Locals React After Threat of Chocolate Shortage VIEW VIDEO
November 24, 2014 - Could there be a shortage of chocolate in the near future? The possibility leaving many Americans in fear.  Cocoa companies are saying We're consuming more than they can produce and predict we... more

Buffalo to Binghamton, Local DOT Faces Busy Week VIEW VIDEO
November 24, 2014 - One hundred workers from the local Region Nine of the Department of Transportation are making their way back from Buffalo where they helped that area dig out from seven feet of snow. "The men and... more

A Date for a Casino Announcement? VIEW VIDEO
November 24, 2014 - December 17 is the date when Southern Tier residents will learn who may bring a casino to the region.     The head of the State Gaming Commission announced the date at today's  meeting. December... more

Binghamton Airport Prepares for Upcoming Storm VIEW VIDEO
November 24, 2014 - With the forecast of this possible storm still up in the air the Greater Binghamton Airport is preparing to for the worst. Officials say they are getting regular updates from the National Weather... more

Mayor David Visits Benjamin Franklin Elementary School Third Graders VIEW VIDEO
November 24, 2014 - Binghamton Mayor Rich David is answering some tough questions about city government, but this time 3rd graders are asking the questions!   This morning, the Mayor talked to some Benjamin Franklin... more

Local Fire Crews Assist in Buffalo VIEW VIDEO
November 23, 2014 - Multiple local fire agencies head out to assist residents in Buffalo. Fire officials confirm units are already in Buffalo -- with 41 response crew members. Some assisting agencies include:... more

St. Patrick's Church Craft Fair Helps Raise Money for Youth Group VIEW VIDEO
November 23, 2014 - What would the holiday season be without a little craft fair? Sunday, more than 50 vendors packed inside the St. Patrick's Church in Binghamton selling your favorite holiday items like ornaments,... more

Mayor David to Speak With Local Youth VIEW VIDEO
November 23, 2014 - Monday, Binghamton Mayor Richard David will be answering some questions about city government... but this time 3rd graders will be asking the questions. Mayor David will visit Benjamin Franklin... more

Sister Act Comes to the Forum VIEW VIDEO
November 23, 2014 - Broadway version of the movie Sister Act comes to Binghamton. The five-time Tony nominated musical brought audiences inside the Forum theater Sunday. The story line -- a disco diva disguises... more

Qigong Instructor Teaches Meditation Method to Help Locals be at Peace VIEW VIDEO
November 23, 2014 - An internationally known qigong instructor, with roots in Binghamton, is making sure the community is at peace. Ping Zhen Cheng immigrated to Binghamton from China at the age of 12.  He is now a... more

Broome County Promotes Practice of Breastfeeding VIEW VIDEO
November 21, 2014 - There will soon be reminders throughout Broome County of the importance of breast feeding.     The county's Department of Health unveiled cutout photos or standees of local mothers breast feeding... more

Heroin and Thousands in Cash Seized From Southside Home VIEW VIDEO
November 21, 2014 - 283 packets of heroin and over 4 thousand dollars were seized from a home on Burr Ave. on the city's south side.     Binghamton Police along with several other agencies executed a search warrant... more

Two Binghamton Residents Facing Felony Charges VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2014 - Two Binghamton residents have been arrested after police say they burglarized a home back in September and then used credit cards that they had stolen  to make numerous purchases. Endicott Police... more

Catholic Charities of Broome County Needs Help With Turkey Drive VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2014 - Thanksgiving is just a week away and the Catholic Charities of Broome County needs your help.      Officials say they need 800 more turkeys to meet their goal of 4 thousand for their annual... more

Great American Smokeout: Now's the Time to Quit VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2014 - When he was 38 years old Joe Demillo decided it was time to end his 20-year cigarette habit. But quitting wasn't easy. "I enjoyed it. I liked smoking. I liked the taste. For the 20 years that I... more

Lesko: No Mystery Closing the Wealth Gap VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2014 - Jason:  There's been a big focus on the "wealth gap," but it's not a mystery, according to Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial.  Greg: A lot is made these days about the rich getting richer. I... more

B.C. Health Department Urges Men To Get Screened for Colorectal Cancer VIEW VIDEO
November 19, 2014 - Wednesday is International Men's Day and the Broome County Health Department is encouraging men to get screened for colorectal cancer.     Officials say that some factors that increase risk are... more

Roberson Museum Kicks off Annual Holiday Display VIEW VIDEO
November 19, 2014 - Even though we haven't gotten around to carving the turkey yet, those interested in celebrating the holidays a little early can visit the Roberson Museum.   Wednesday the museum kicked off it's... more

Binghamton High School Collaborates with SUNY Broome in Medical Program VIEW VIDEO
November 19, 2014 - SUNY Broome is helping some high school students get college credit in the medical field. It's all part of the college's Fast Forward program which allows Binghamton High School students to enroll... more

Mountain Fresh Dairy Purchases Binghamton's Former Crowley Plant VIEW VIDEO
November 19, 2014 - Dairy will once again be manufactured at the Old Crowley's plant on Conklin Avenue in Binghamton. Wednesday, Mountain Fresh Dairy announced it will hire as many as 90 employees to make it's line... more

Binghamton Students Are Treated To Cultural Event VIEW VIDEO
November 18, 2014 - In it's quest to provide young Binghamton kids with cultural enrichment, the Binghamton Youth Success initiative hosted the Tri-cities Opera for a special performance earlier Tuesday.     A... more

Students at Davis College Get Up Close and Personal with Homelessness VIEW VIDEO
November 18, 2014 - A group of students  braved the elements Tuesday night to raise awareness about homelessness.     A partnership between the Homeless Coalition of the Southern Tier and Davis College had students... more

Father Fights to Keep Daughter's Killer in Prison VIEW VIDEO
November 18, 2014 - A Binghamton father is hoping a social media campaign can keep his daughter's killer behind bars. David Lindsey's 12-year-old daughter Cheri was killed by James Wales in 1984. Lindsey says... more

The Chamber of Commerce Holds Its Thanksgiving Luncheon VIEW VIDEO
November 18, 2014 - The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce held its  annual community  Thanksgiving luncheon on Tuesday at the Doubletree Hotel.     Over 500 members and guests attended the event. The Chamber... more

The Cost of Leaving an Abusive Relationship VIEW VIDEO
November 17, 2014 - Experts say abusive relationships are about one person exercising control over another. Sometimes that control can be financial, making the already difficult task for a victim of abuse of trying to... more

Florida Fugitive Arrested In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
November 17, 2014 - A fugitive from Florida has been arrested after deputies found him hiding out in the City of Binghamton. 42-year-old Clayton W. Hood  is accused of sexual battery and lewd molestation in Polk... more

More Blighted Binghamton Properties Coming Down VIEW VIDEO
November 17, 2014 - The City of Binghamton began tearing down the second round of blighted properties. This Walnut Street home on the city's west side is the first of five properties slated to be knocked down. The... more

NYSEG Discusses Tree Trimming with City Council VIEW VIDEO
November 17, 2014 - After taking heat for tree trimming last year, NYSEG explains how they can prevent issues this year. Representatives from NYSEG met with the Binghamton City Council Monday night to discuss their... more

Locals Help Raise Money for Treatment of Individual Suffering from Stage Four Liver Cancer VIEW VIDEO
November 16, 2014 - Hundreds gathered at the Terra Cotta in Binghamton to support a Binghamton resident who suffers from stage four liver cancer. The community is efforting a fundraiser to help pay for treatment. ... more

Binghamton University Hosts 'Strip for a Cause' 5K Run VIEW VIDEO
November 16, 2014 - Binghamton University is making sure no one goes without warm clothes this winter, and they're doing it in a pretty unique way.   The students hosted a 5K run where runners wore layers of clothing... more

Broome County Auctions 125 Properties VIEW VIDEO
November 15, 2014 - today some lucky bidders have some new properties.  Hundreds of bidders gathered into the Holiday Inn this morning. Broome County Executive Debbie Preston teamed up with Real Property... more

BU Dance-A-Thon Participants Meet with Children VIEW VIDEO
November 15, 2014 - A BU organization is dancing for smiles!   Saturday, participants in the university's Dance-A-Thon met with six children and their parents of the Children's Miracle Network. The kids had... more

Lesko: Does Money Buy Happiness? VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2014 - Jason:  Does money buy happiness? There's lots of research to determine that, according to Greg Lesko of Lesko Finanacial.   Greg:  After all this time,  you'd think we'd have settled the  ... more

Employee Gets 2-6 Years in Prison for Grand Larceny VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2014 - A former funeral home worker gets up to six years in prison for stealing from her employer.     59-year-old Helen Eickhoff pleaded guilty to Grand Larceny - admitting she stole more than... more

Tioga County Inventor Creates Retractable Gun Grip VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2014 - Saying he was inspired by the NY SAFE Act a Tioga County inventor has developed a product he says could revolutionize the firearms industry.     Derek Decker has created what he calls the Decker... more