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City Puts Nightclub on Lockdown VIEW VIDEO
April 18, 2014 - A nightclub that was the alleged site of gang operations has been locked down by the City of Binghamton.   17 East, located at 348 Clinton Street in Binghamton, was one of 9 locations raided last... more

Unemployment Rates in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
April 18, 2014 - New York State saw a growth in it's job numbers and workforce in March but what does that mean for us here in the Southern Tier?... A labor analyst for the state department of labor says it's all... more

Distracted Drivers Ticketed VIEW VIDEO
April 18, 2014 - Remember how we told you that the Broome County Sheriff's Department was going after distracted drivers and cell phone use? Well, they weren't kidding:   Sheriff Harder says during a five day... more

Officers are Cracking Down during 'Operation Speed Week' VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2014 - If potential travel plans are on your horizon, you may want to be a little more careful driving this week.   Starting April 17th and running through the 24th, New York State is holding "Operation... more

17 East Nightclub Now on Lockdown VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2014 - It's official now. A  Binghamton City Court Judge has granted the city's petition for the immediate lockdown of the 17 East nightclub, on Cinton Sreet. Myor Rich David will post the official... more

American Idol Tour to Kick Off in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2014 - If you've just finished watching American Idol on FOX 40 this evening, you might be pretty excited to hear that the American Idol Live 2014 tour is kicking off this June, in Binghamton. It will... more

Boys and Girls Club Needs Matching Grant VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2014 - The clock is now ticking for the Boys and Girls Club of Western Broome to get your donations. The club has received a Sports Matter Matching Grant from Dick Sporting Goods for $11,752. But the... more

Binghamton Housing Authority Moves Towards Smoke Free Apartments VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2014 - A number of public housing complexes in the city of Binghamton are now smoke free. The new policy applies to all residents, visitors, and staff on the property of the Carlisle and Saratoga... more

Real Estate Sentiment Improving VIEW VIDEO
April 17, 2014 - Are you looking to sell your house? Now just might be a good time. According to a new survey from the Siena Research Institute nearly twice as many New Yorkers see improvement in the real estate... more

David Introduces New Binghamton City Judge
April 17, 2014 - There is a new judge in Binghamton city court. Binghamton Mayor Rich David introduced Carol Cocchiola to the community Thursday. Cocchiola was appointed to fill  the seat of Mary Ann Lehmann,... more

Binghamton Man Arrested After Reports of Shots Fired VIEW VIDEO
April 16, 2014 - A man has been arrested following reports of shots fired in Binghamton on Saturday. 31-year-old Clyde Harrison of Binghamton is being accused of shooting another man in the foot with a handgun in... more

Groundbreaking Geothermal Project at Greater Binghamton Airport VIEW VIDEO
April 16, 2014 - The finishing touches are being put on a new geothermal project under a ramp and apron at the Greater Binghamton Airport. A constant flow of 50-degree water underground will radiantly control the... more

BU to Offer Inclusive Housing VIEW VIDEO
April 16, 2014 - Students living on campus at Binghamton University are now able to live with whomever they want--regardless of gender.   Starting in the fall, BU is offering a gender inclusive housing option.... more

Extra Road Patrols during 'Speed Week' VIEW VIDEO
April 16, 2014 - Are you ready for speed week? The New York State Police are:   Starting Thursday, and running through next Thursday-- state police will be running a week-long enforcement campaign to target... more

Local Marathon Runner Talks About Boston Bombing VIEW VIDEO
April 15, 2014 - On the first anniversary of the bombings at last year's Boston Marathon, Fox 40 News talked live with Emily Piza-Taylor, who ran in the Marathon last year, and heard the bombs going off. ... more

'Cirque Dreams Rocks' at the Forum VIEW VIDEO
April 15, 2014 - Acrobats, contortionists, quick-change artists, singers and more! --all right here in Binghamton. That was the scene Tuesday night at the Forum in downtown Binghamton as performers put on... more

Binghamton Police seize Heroin, Pot in Routine Traffic Stop VIEW VIDEO
April 15, 2014 - Police in Binghamton seized heroin and five pounds of marijuana during a recent traffic stop. Members of the Community Response team arrested Anthony Zuccaro after searching his vehicle on April... more

Galaxy Brewing Company wins Silver Medal at 2014 World Beer Championship VIEW VIDEO
April 15, 2014 - A local brewery is getting national attention. Galaxy Brewing Company on Court Street in Binghamton announced their silver medal from the World Beer Cup in Denver, Colordo on April 11th.... more

Gun Dealer says Definition of 'Assault Weapon' Makes no Sense VIEW VIDEO
April 14, 2014 - Tuesday isn't just the deadline for taxes, it's a deadline for New Yorkers to register what the state classifies as assault weapons under the New York Safe Act...   Gun owners who don't could face... more

Motorcycle Accident on Stratmill Road VIEW VIDEO
April 14, 2014 - Around  5pm Monday evening, there was what police described as a serious accident involving a motorcycle at 685 Stratmill Road in Binghamton. An injured party was taken to the hospital. For a... more

Taxes are Due but so is Registration for Assault Rifles VIEW VIDEO
April 14, 2014 - Tuesday isn't just the deadline for taxes, it's a deadline for New Yorkers to file what the state classifies as assault weapons under the New York Safe Act. Those gun owners who don't could face... more

Are You a Last Minute Filer? Deadline for Taxes is Tomorrow VIEW VIDEO
April 14, 2014 - With the tax deadline on Tuesday many people are heading to the post office, but not as many as in years previous. Officials from the Binghamton Post Office say that Tuesday will be just like... more

Thousands Get Down And Dirty In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
April 13, 2014 - Mud and an obstacle courses? It was a contest like no other Sunday and started off as Jarrett Newby's vision. "My son and I would do the 24 hour "Worlds Toughest Mudder" and I built this course as... more

Shots Fired in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
April 12, 2014 - A report of shots fired this morning in Binghamton had the police department investigating a residence this afternoon. Fox 40 arrived on the scene at 1:16, where an officer was entering 97 Broad... more

Easter Comes Early to Phelps Park VIEW VIDEO
April 12, 2014 - With Easter just a week away, children and their families made their way to Phelps Park in Binghamton today to get into the spring spirit.   The park hosted an Easter egg hunt where families and... more

Hundred Walk and Run to Support Autism Awareness VIEW VIDEO
April 12, 2014 - A local non-profit got area  residents together today in support of Autism Awareness month. Alive with Autism is a group of local women who are passionate about raising awareness and funds for... more

Landowners, Fracking Foes React to Dr. Shah Resignation VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2014 - There is a change atop the state's Health Department, but will there be a change in the state's approach to fracking, a gas drilling practice currently not allowed in New York?...   Dr. Nirav... more

Discovery Center Balancing New Technology VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2014 - This year, the Discovery Center is celebrating 30 years of operation:   It had nurtured learning, curiosity, and appreciation for the wonders that surround us--for generations of... more

Otter Cam at Zoo! VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2014 - A camera is watching their every move - and now you can too...   Those moves we're talking about are being made by the three river otter pups that were born at the Binghamton Zoo five and a half... more

Nightclub 17 East Locked Down VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2014 - Binghamton's mayor is taking steps to close a night club at the center of a major drug and gang investigation...   The city has filed a petition as a first step in the lockdown process to close... more

Funding will Keep Stream Gauges Operating VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2014 - Long-term federal funding for nine high-priority stream gauges, including six in the Southern Tier, has been secured: That will stave off their planned closure on October 1st.   This,... more

Scammers Pretending to be IRS VIEW VIDEO
April 11, 2014 - April 15th--tax day-- is fast approaching. Are you sure you've done your taxes correctly, and paid Uncle Sam what you owe?   Well, what if you get an e-mail, with "IRS" on it,  claiming there... more

Media Report: Gang Members Sold Drugs on B.U. Campus VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2014 - A New York City television station is reporting that  members of the Bloods street gang known as the "Macballas"  were involved in drug trafficking that  included the sale of narcotics on the campus... more

Mayor David's First State of the City Address VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2014 - Mayor Rich David’s “State of the City” speech Thursday outlined five topics that he and his staff want to improve starting "tomorrow."  He first discussed the importance of fixing the roads. “The... more

Democratic Reaction to Mayor's Address VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2014 - There was quick reaction Thursday night from the Democratic party on Binghamton Mayor Rich David's first State of the City address. City Council president Teri Rennia, the Democrat who lost last... more

A look at the Future of Solar Energy in Broome County VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2014 - How we power our homes over the next few years may soon change. Members of the community had a chance to hear from Southern Tier Solar Works at the Broome County Library as they learned about... more

Rich David Delivering State of the City Address VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2014 - This Thursday evening, Binghamton Mayor Rich David is  presenting his "state of the city address."   The theme of the speech will be the "100 Days in Office."  He will  highlight actions taken... more

Political Priorities: A New Fire Truck, or Road Paving? VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2014 - As Rich David delivers his first state of the city address this Thursday evening, he's doing so under fire by city council democrats. On Monday those council members agreed to shift more than half... more

Rod Serling Day at Binghamton High VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2014 - At Binghamton High School, 5th grade students recognized a Binghamton and Hollywood legend...   Rod Serling, the creator of the Twilight Zone and graduate of Binghamton High School was celebrated... more

SUNY Broome Job Fair Provides 'Face Time' for Grads VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2014 - 70 employers set up shop at the SUNY Broome Ice Center Thursday, looking for potential employees.   The SUNY Broome/Martin Luther King, Jr. job fair drew hundreds, including many soon-to-be SUNY... more

Lesko Report: Mutual Funds or Individual Stock Buys? VIEW VIDEO
April 10, 2014 - What's better for investors--to buy stocks through a mutual fund, or to go it on your own, and use your own time and judgement to acquire shares in companies which you hope will be... more

Arrest Made in String of Binghamton Robberies VIEW VIDEO
April 9, 2014 - A man arrested last night is suspected to be involved in 15 of 23 robberies to take place in the Binghamton area since November. Police say 31-year-old Christopher J. Walsh entered the Leroy... more

New State Law Focuses on Service-Disabled Vet Businesses VIEW VIDEO
April 9, 2014 - A new state law facilitates the awarding of six percent of state contracts to service-disabled veteran owned small businesses. The six-percent threshold would be the highest in the country and double... more

"Science Cafe" Serves Up the Topic of Alternative Energies
April 9, 2014 - The "Science Cafe" was held Wednesday night by Binghamton University at what is usually known as the Lost Dog Cafe in Binghamton. The topic was alternative energies. Dr. Stanley Whittingham of... more

Rennia, David Fight Over Road Repairs, Fire Truck
April 9, 2014 - A battle has erupted between Binghamton mayor Rich David, and city council president Teri Rennia. It's about road repairs, a fire truck and Riverside Drive. On Monday, city council democrats... more

Judge Running for Re-Election
April 9, 2014 - Binghamton city court judge Daniel Seidan announced today that he is running again. Judge Seidan said that while he is currently running unopposed, potential candidates will need to have the right... more

Rock B Tavern Loses Liquor License VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2014 - A bar on Binghamton's south side that has been the site of repeated criminal activity during the past few years will stop business immediately. The Rock B Tavern at 157 Conklin Ave has lost its... more

Is Technology Making SUNY Broome Students Smarter? VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2014 - Is it possible that the technology you use is actually making you smarter? SUNY Broome's convocation speaker explained this theory to over 700 students on Tuesday. Clive Thompson is the author of... more

Tax Free Business Space at Binghamton University VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2014 - New and expanding businesses in the area could soon be completely tax free for the next ten years. Empire State Development has approved Binghamton University's application to be part of Start-Up... more

Land Bank Could Put Old Hotel Site to New Use VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2014 - A vacant eyesore near downtown Binghamton may soon have a new life. Broome County is looking for developers to lay out their plans for 50 Front Street...   The site is a former Sheraton hotel... more

GOP Announces Candidate for BC Legislature VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2014 - A longtime resident of the City of Binghamton has announced his candidacy for the county legislature in the 15th District. Al Gardiner, a Republican, is currently a captain with the City of... more

B.C. Credit Rating Raised VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2014 - Broome County got an economic boost of another sort Tuesday--   The Standard and Poor credit agency has increased Broome County's long term credit rating from "A" to "A-plus," according to county... more

Binghamton School Budget, MacArthur Project Approved VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2014 - Action on two fronts from the Binghamton School Board Tuesday evening:   The hold up to begin construction on the new MacArthur Elementary School was un-snagged,  with the board awarding two... more

Adding Thunder to Ben-Hur Silent Movie VIEW VIDEO
April 8, 2014 - When the 1925 version of Ben-Hur was released--it was during the days when movies were still silent: Silent on the screen, but not in the theaters where they were shown. It was shown Tuesday... more

Binghamton Pair Nabbed in Drug Arrests VIEW VIDEO
April 7, 2014 - A Binghamton man is under arrest after police say he threw over 100 bags of heroin onto the roof of a business and fled the scene by bicycle.   Police say on March 27th members of the police's... more

Crime Victims Week Remembers Victims, Families VIEW VIDEO
April 7, 2014 - Although almost half a year has passed since Sharon Martinez's son, Segio Beldo, was shot and killed in October--she's just beginning to grieve.     "Sometimes I don't know how to move on. How do... more

Binghamton Has New City Court Judge VIEW VIDEO
April 7, 2014 - Binghamton now has a new City Court Judge. Mayor Rich David has appointed Carol Cocchiola to the post. She replaces Mary Ann Lehman, who retired April 4th.     Cocchiola’s appointment is for the... more

City Looking into Extending Death Benefits for all Employees VIEW VIDEO
April 7, 2014 - On Monday, Binghamton City Council was looking into increased death benefits for any city employee who dies in the line of duty.   Officials say last week's shooting death of  Johnson City... more

Preparing for Trip to Pine Ridge VIEW VIDEO
April 7, 2014 - Monday night at Binghamton University, the campus celebrated "An Evening of Peace: honoring Native Americans."   The event showcased the history and culture of Native Americans from various... more

Local Organization Strives to Stop Sexual Abuse VIEW VIDEO
April 6, 2014 - 1 in 5 girls, and 1 in 20 boys are sexually abused at one  in point their lives. One local organization is doing its part to prevent that from happening. The "Healing House" held its first sexual... more

Local Forum on Income Inequality VIEW VIDEO
April 6, 2014 - A local group came together today to discuss the issue of income inequality and what the community can do to combat it--on a national and local scale.   The Social Justice Committee of the... more

Five Years After Shooting at the American Civic Association, Son and Daughter Remember Their Parents VIEW VIDEO
April 5, 2014 - Marc and Marie Bernard came to Endwell from Haiti to make a better life for themselves and their children. "They thought if they could come here they could make us more successful and that's what... more

The Ross Park Zoo Opens Its Gates For Another Season VIEW VIDEO
April 5, 2014 - With warmer spring weather on its way, more wild life is starting to venturing--and the animals at the Ross Park Zoo are no different. Saturday marked the opening weekend of the zoo's 139th... more

Winter Farmers Market VIEW VIDEO
April 5, 2014 - The cold weather hasn't left us just yet--but that didn't stop area locals from coming out to purchase fresh, local foods on Saturday. The Winter Farmer's Market was open Saturday at the Metro... more

Big Support For the Humane Society at Low Prices VIEW VIDEO
April 5, 2014 - Hundreds of donated items were on sale on Saturday at The American Legion on Main Street in Binghamton--and all for a good cause. The Humane Society hosted it's annual rummage sale on Saturday.... more

Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Council Seeks Projects VIEW VIDEO
April 4, 2014 - Efforts to secure millions from the fourth round of Regional Economic Development grants has begun.     The Southern Tier Council met Friday at Binghamton University. Our area has been named a... more

Finding Ways to Improve Health Care VIEW VIDEO
April 4, 2014 - Increasing access to health care and lessening the need for it in the first place. Those were the topics on the table at a health care symposium Friday.     The event took place at Binghamton... more

State Senate Tackles Heroin Addiction VIEW VIDEO
April 4, 2014 - There will be a dozen forums throughout the state to address the growing problem of heroin and opioid addiction...   The state senate majority coalition is holding the forums  to develop... more

Taking Back the Night for Victims of Sexual Assault VIEW VIDEO
April 4, 2014 - On the campus of Binghamton University Friday evening-- they were taking back the night--taking it back for  victims of sexual violence. The rally and march went on, despite the rainy, chilly... more

Braving the Rain and Chill on a Spring Season First Fridayt VIEW VIDEO
April 4, 2014 - Area residents were braving the weather tonight for a spring season first Friday.   Even though warmer weather might have been more welcomed by some. But, as they say, it's the spirit that... more

Tributes and Grief During Final Farewell to Officer Smith VIEW VIDEO
April 4, 2014 - Fox 40 News extends its condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Officer David Smith.  We end our newscast with sights and sounds of both grief, and unity among those who knew him, or who... more

Binghamton High-School holds "Distinguished Graduates" Dinner VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2014 - Members of the community gathered  Thursday evening to honor seven Binghamton High-School graduates who have gone on to be successful in a number of different careers.   Among those who have... more

SUNY Broome Learns about Running a Casino VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2014 - Those who are pushing for fracking in New York State often talk about the badly needed economic boost which they say such gas extraction will bring to this area. But economic stimulus is also often... more

Officer Smith's Calling Hours VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2014 - Hundreds were filing  into the Chase Funeral home in Port Dickinson Monday afternoon to honor slain Johnson City Police Officer David Smith...   Smith was shot to death Monday morning while... more

Street Closings for Smith Funeral VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2014 - The Village of Johnson City will close portions of Main Street for Officer Smith's funeral.   The area from Saint Charles Street to the Johnson City arch at Floral Avenue will be shut down... more

Fracking Battle Headed to Court VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2014 - With the state asking a judge to toss a pair of lawsuit's challenging New York's delay in allowing fracking, an attorney leading one of those suits says the state is off base.     The suits are... more

ACA: Remembering Another Tragedy VIEW VIDEO
April 3, 2014 - While the community is dealing with one tragedy, it is remembering another. Thursday marked the fifth anniversary of the shooting at the American Civic Association which left 13 people dead.   ... more

State Budget Deal Kills Moreland Commission VIEW VIDEO
April 2, 2014 - Part of the state budget deal included an end to the Moreland Commission, which had been set up by Governor Cuomo last July to investigate corruption in Albany.   Cuomo said the legislature's... more

Binghamton Begins Flood Wall Inspections VIEW VIDEO
April 2, 2014 - The City of Binghamton will soon find out if it's flood walls and levee system are up to par as inspections began Wednesday. The city missed a 2012 Army Corps of Engineers deadline to check the... more

Are Food Trucks Coming to Binghamton? VIEW VIDEO
April 2, 2014 - The City of Binghamton could be seeing a new, and mobile, option for food in the area. Today the Municipal and Public Affairs committee held a meeting to review proposed legislation regarding... more

B-Mets Welcome Back Dinner VIEW VIDEO
April 2, 2014 - Fans and local athletes alike gathered tonight at the double tree in binghamton for the annual "welcome back B-mets" dinner. To kick off the start of the baseball season, fans of all ages  got a... more

Binghamton Unemployment Down from February of 2013 VIEW VIDEO
April 1, 2014 - The unemployment rate in Binghamton dropped in February of this year compared to February of 2013. The latest numbers show Binghamton's unemployment rate to be 8.3 percent. This compares to a 9.2... more

Restaurant Week Starts in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
April 1, 2014 - Well, if you were hungry and in Binghamton Tuesday, you were in luck. Tuesday kicked off the city's 9th restaurant week.     Restaurants across Binghamton like Zona and Co Grille at 15 Hawley... more

Investigation Continues in What Lead Up to the Fatal Shooting of a Johnson City Police Officer VIEW VIDEO
March 31, 2014 - Tragedy in Johnson City Monday morning as a police officer is killed and the suspected shooter is also dead. At 7:03am Monday morning Johnson City Police Officer David Smith responded to reports... more

Lupardo Says State will have Budget by Midnight VIEW VIDEO
March 31, 2014 - In Albany, they will have a budget by midnight Monday. We spoke with State Representative Donna Lupardo, and she told us that the governor has issued a message of necessity, which will allow... more

Binghamton Educator Happy with School Funding VIEW VIDEO
March 31, 2014 - So what are local educators saying about how the state budget will affect your children?... One is saying more money is on the way. Kerry Mullins, assistant superintendent for the Binghamton... more

Small Business Disaster Training VIEW VIDEO
March 31, 2014 - You may have a disaster plan when it comes to you and your family, but how about your business?...  With devastating floods in 2006 and 2011 teaching some hard lessons, business owners got a... more

Affordable Health Care Deadline VIEW VIDEO
March 31, 2014 - Monday is the deadline for the Affordable Care Act's first enrollment period. That means if you don't enroll by midnight, you may be without coverage until 2015, and have to pay a federal tax... more

Shooting in Johnson City Close to the Anniversary of the ACA Massacre VIEW VIDEO
March 31, 2014 - Monday's shooting --especially on that  date recalls another tragic incident in the area--   We are just three  days away from the anniversary of the mass shooting at the American Civic... more

Candle Light Vigil Tuesday Night to Honor J.C. Police Officer David Smith VIEW VIDEO
March 31, 2014 - The Johnson City Police Department website is posting an announcement that a candle light vigil will be held in front of the Johnson City Police Department Tuesday, April 1st at 7:30 pm to honor and... more

Binghamton Search Warrant Results In Two Arrests VIEW VIDEO
March 29, 2014 - Two people are behind bars following a police search  conducted at a two Binghamton apartments earlier this week.   Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force made two arrests following... more

Sports Auction To Support Wounded Warriors Amputee Softball Team VIEW VIDEO
March 29, 2014 - A local restaurant hosted a fundraiser today to benefit a love for sports, and the veterans that play them.   McGirk's Irish Pub held a chicken and biscuits dinner along with a sports ... more

Locals Learn How To Go "Back To The Land" VIEW VIDEO
March 29, 2014 - With spring right around the corner, many area locals are beginning their gardens.   Dozens attended Cornell  Cooperative Extention's annual "Back to the Land" Home expo today to gain more... more

Do This, Eat That VIEW VIDEO
March 29, 2014 - Local fitness experts debuted their new book at the RiverRead Bookstore today, and talked about how to fit being healthy into everyday life.   Anthony Campo and Kristina Martemucci co-authored "Do... more

Update: State Budget Delay VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2014 - They were working late in Albany Friday night-- having failed to wrap up the last-minute negotiations that had been expected to have produced a spending plan by the evening, that would be largely... more

Attorney General Trying to Toss Landowners' Lawsuit VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2014 - And there's word that the State Attorney General's Office is working hard to get the courts to toss out two lawsuits related to fracking. --The lawsuits  allege that New York's delay in reviewing... more

DOT Emergency Services Advised by NYDOT VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2014 - The weather is warming up and that means construction is beginning.   The DOT met with local emergency services, first responders, and law enforcement on Friday,  to discuss this year's plans for... more

Roberson Prehistoric Exhibit VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2014 - It was long ago, but not so very far away--   In fact,  it was right in New York State where dinosaurs, early vertebrates, and later, ice age mammals roamed. And fossils and bones from those... more

Budget Snags Friday; Lawmakers Still Pushing for On-Time Passage VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2014 - With the deadline for the state budget quickly approaching, local government officials say there's a couple things they're looking forward to. Education tops that list for local representatives.... more

Frm. Homeland Security Chief Visits Hanna, National Guard VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2014 - Friday Binghamton played host to former Pennsylvania governor and the very first secretary of the U.S. Homeland Security, Tom Ridge. Ridge was joined by Congressman Richard Hanna and Binghamton... more

March 28, 2014 - 20 years in federal prison for a 25-year-old Binghamton man who pled guilty to criminal charges of drug trafficking involving the gang known as the Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation. Jose... more

Broome County's Population Dips VIEW VIDEO
March 28, 2014 - The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that Broome County's population has decreased by almost one and a half percent since 2010. Local experts say this could be attributed to a number of things. Most... more

Binghamton may Demolish Historic Flood Damaged Homes VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - Binghamton City Council is proceeding with plans to demolish flood-damaged homes, but in clearing the debris, are they also removing valuable parts of Binghamton's past? At a public hearing... more

Protesting Closure of Broome Developmental Center VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - For one man well known to many of our viewers, the proposed closing of the Broome Developmental Center is reopening personal wounds and painful memories. Dave Lindsey, whose 12-year-old daughter... more

Seton Performs"Guys And Dolls" VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - It's an oldie, and a goodie and generations of Americans have enjoyed it, and maybe, even performed it, back in high school. And that's what they were doing tonight at Seton Catholic Central,... more

Unemployment Rises in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - The employment picture in Binghamton continues to be mixed at best. The state released new numbers for February and Binghamton showed a loss.   Binghamton lost 600 jobs from February of 2013 to... more

Student Protests Education Cuts VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - And now, a word from our students-- That's what they had at the Urban League in Binghamton Thursday, when students from Binghamton and Whitney Point high schools performed skits, and read speeches... more

Investigation into Castle Creek Fire Continues VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of that devastating Castle Creek Road fire that leveled a house earlier this week. That might take a while, because the damage was so... more

Mixed Picture on Jobs Front VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - The employment picture in Binghamton continues to be mixed at best. On Thursday, the state released new numbers for February and Binghamton showed a loss. Binghamton lost 600 jobs from February... more

A Dollar Makes a Dream Come True for Endicott Man VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - Most people who spend a dollar on a dream keep dreaming when it comes to the lottery, but for one Endicott man his dream came true Thursday. Richard Gusefski won the million dollar Valentine's Day... more

AVRE Fitness Challenge VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - More than 800 people from around the country with visual impairments are participating in a national fitness challenge. Thursday, 20 employees from the Association for Vision Rehabilitation and... more

Remember a Firefighter Fallen in 1925 VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - One of Binghamton's finest is being honored 89 years after his death. In 1925 a fire which threatened the entire downtown claimed the life of Horace Clair Brainard. He died in the basement of... more

Lesko Report: How Ukraine Upheaval Affected Markets VIEW VIDEO
March 27, 2014 - Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial weighs in on the effects of the turmoil in Ukraine, and how that has affects the markets. All in all, after an initial period of adjustment, the markets are... more

Police: 14 Street Gang Members Charged with Drug Trafficking VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2014 - Federal search warrants executed at nine Binghamton locations Thursday morning, and others in New York City, resulted in the arrest of 14 members of  a "Bloods" street gang...   The gang is known... more

Bus Hoping to Carry Minimum Wage to Higher Level VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2014 - People making a nationwide bus tour looking to give America a raise made a stop in Binghamton today...   The group behind the tour is lobbying for an increase in the federal minimum wage to... more

Sheriff's Office Reacts to Mandatory DWI Testing in Serious Accidents VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2014 - Law enforcement is weighing in on a bill passed by the state Senate that would require DWI testing after serious accidents...   On Wednesday, the Senate passed a bill that would require drivers... more

Binghamton Awards Contract for Flood Demolitions VIEW VIDEO
March 26, 2014 - The city of Binghamton awarded a contract today to demolish 18 local structures affected by the 2011 flood as part of a FEMA buyout project.   Johnson City-based All-Around Excavating won the... more

Anti-Frackers Continue to Get Message Out to Public VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2014 - Following Monday's wide-spread coverage of activist Vera Scroggins' bid to get a judge to life an injunction banning her from  land that Cabot owns or leases in Pennsylvania, Scroggins and other... more

Senate Bill Would Require DWI Checks in Serious Accidents VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2014 - The New York Senate is trying to give law enforcers  another tool to detect and properly punish drunk drivers:   It has passed a bill that would require chemical tests to be performed on a driver... more

Two Pets Die in Fire That Destroys Home VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2014 - As a former firefighter Daryl Seward has seen his share of house fires. But today he watched flames tear through his own  property at 796 Castle Creek Road where his family lives. He says they lost... more

Man with Meth, Explosive in Home Gets Three Years Prison Sentence VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2014 - A man who had meth and an explosive at his Endwell home will serve three years in state prison. 23-year-old Jeffrey Blunk learned his sentence for drug and weapons charges Tuesday... more

Senator Tom Libous on the New York State Budget VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2014 - State Senator Tom Libous says there will be funding for pre-kindergarten in New York as part of the upcoming state budget. He says there is agreement on many issues and that the negotiations have... more

Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo on New York State Budget VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2014 - Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo says there is plenty still to negotiate when it comes to aid for education.   She says the assembly is still trying to find ways to distribute foundation aid to... more

Educating Parents About Child Sex Abuse VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2014 - A new push to fight child sex abuse in Broome County. Two local agencies are sponsoring a pair of seminars to give parents the tools they need to keep their kids safe from sexual predators. The... more

Libous, Lupardo say B.U. Pharmacy School Funding Will Be Restored VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2014 - It looks as though Binghamton University will get the $10 million it needs to get its pharmacy school off the ground...   The governor proposed the money for the project, but the state assembly... more

Renowned L.A. Artist to reBOLD Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 25, 2014 - Did you ever think Binghamton and Los Angeles had much in common?  Let's take a look:   Here's Binghamton... And here's LA. But it's also what Binghamton could end up looking like when... more

"Moral Mondays" Protests Continue with Budget Negotiations VIEW VIDEO
March 24, 2014 - Another Moral Monday for local  citizen activists who continue to say that the governor's proposed budget which contains two billion dollars in new tax cuts--caters to wealthy individuals, big... more

Anti-Fracker Vera Scroggins Asking Judge to Lift Injunction VIEW VIDEO
March 24, 2014 - One of the best-known anti-fracking activists appeared in Susquehanna County Court Monday, in an attempt to get a judge to lift an injunction that restricts her from setting foot on forty percent of... more

Binghamton Police Ask for Help Finding Robbery Suspect VIEW VIDEO
March 24, 2014 - The suspect was masked during two recent robberies, but Binghamton Police are hoping that someone out there will be able to identify the robber by listening to his voice. You can hear it on the... more

Is Study First Step in Demolishing Old BAE Site? VIEW VIDEO
March 24, 2014 - Senator Charles Schumer announced today that the U-S Air Force, which owns the old BAE Systems building in the Town of Union, will spend $1.2 million dollars for an environmental review of the site.... more

Police: Man in Car With Prostitute and Child VIEW VIDEO
March 24, 2014 - An Endicott man is under arrest after police say he had a prostitute in his car along with his three-year-old child. Village police say that on 1:00am Saturday morning 45-year-old Alfred Walker... more

Full Day Pre-Kindergarten Classes Start at Calvin Coolidge VIEW VIDEO
March 24, 2014 - All day, pre-K classes started for students at Calvin Coolidge Monday. The Binghamton School District received grant money to expand pre-K programs through out the area. Half day programs will... more

Compliment Your Lifestyle Expo VIEW VIDEO
March 23, 2014 - Wellness practitioners gathered Saturday to give the community a feel of how easy it is to access healthy healing processes.   The 3rd annual Compliment Your Lifestyle expo allowed those... more

Recruiting High School Athletes VIEW VIDEO
March 23, 2014 - Today local high school athletes got a chance to find out how they can continue their sports careers into college.   Seton Catholic Central students and parents were visited by a statewide... more

Smoker's Choice Robbery Update VIEW VIDEO
March 22, 2014 - Binghamton Police are still searching for a man who robbed a local tobacco products store Friday night. Smoker's Choice at 42 Pennsylvania Avenue in Binghamton was robbed shortly before 9PM.... more

Local Youth Kick Tobacco in the Butt VIEW VIDEO
March 22, 2014 - Local youth said no to tobacco on Sunday as the Boys and Girls club in Binghamton held it's annual "Kick Butts" day.   The club held a 3 on 3 basketball tournament with the focus on tobacco... more

Smoker's Choice Store Robbed VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2014 - A robbery of a local tobacco products store Friday evening--possibly involving a weapon:   Smoker's Choice at 42 Pennsylvania Avenue in Binghamton was robbed shortly before 9PM. Police are not... more

Tensions Among Tenants Following Griswold Street Fire VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2014 - Tension was high between the residents of  52 Griswold Street Friday evening as a fire broke out in the wall of the second floor   The cause of the fire is believed to be electrical and spread... more

B.T. Workforce Center Hosts Employers VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2014 - Usually the Broome Tioga Workforce New York Center sees potential employees coming through their doors. But Friday's event was for employers.   The open house allowed businesses to visit the... more

Red Cross Offers Free App for Floods, Emergency Situations VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2014 - On Friday, the Red Cross launched its new Flood app in a continuing effort to prepare the Southern Tier for possible flooding.   The app allows users to access information to help them before,... more

Police: Man Accidentally Shoots Himself at Red Roof Inn VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2014 - An investigation is underway following a report of shots being fired at the Red Roof Inn in Johnson City. At around 1:55am Friday morning police responded to reports that a man had been shot by an... more

Hanna: Obama-care not Fair to Volunteer Fire Fighters VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2014 - U.S. Representative Richard Hanna was at the Vestal Fire Department Friday backing a bill to protect emergency responders from Affordable Care Act costs. Passed unanimously in a recent vote by the... more

Upcoming Construction Work for Prospect Mountain VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2014 - As temperatures start to warm up, work will begin again on the Prospect Mountain Project where close to 70,000 vehicles pass every day. The Department of Transportation hopes to get back to work... more

BU Students Pass Out Books to Local Youth VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2014 - We are seeing more evidence showing early readers have a better shot at being successful when they grow up. Friday kids at Woodrow Wilson Elementary got a boost in the form of five hundred new... more

Plug in to the Sun with No Upfront Cost VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2014 - An energy source that's been around since the earth began, will help power the  future of the Southern Tier:   Solar energy will be brought into homes and businesses, through a community-led... more

Building a More Efficient Microprocessor VIEW VIDEO
March 21, 2014 - A professor at Binghamton University has received a grant that could help him develop a more energy efficient way to use electronics.   Associate Professor Tim Miller will use a nearly $500,000... more

New Air Service Possibly Coming to Broome County VIEW VIDEO
March 20, 2014 - It's yet another attempt and another market survey to find out how to best bring more air service to the Greater Binghamton Airport.     On Thursday,  the Broome County Legislature voted yes, to a... more

BU Holds Job and Internship Fair VIEW VIDEO
March 20, 2014 - Hundreds of Binghamton University students looking to get a jump start on their careers met with around 60 potential future employers Thursday.   The school hosted its latest job and internship... more

Preston Urges Cuomo Not to Close Broome Developmental Center VIEW VIDEO
March 20, 2014 - Broome County Executive Debbie Preston has written Governor Andrew Cuomo to urge him to not close the center.  Preston writes that by starting the closure of the local intensive treatment unit,... more

Billboards in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 19, 2014 - Will they be a boom to business and the economy, or just more distracting commercial stuff to look at? Binghamton's Planning Committee is in talks with Park Outdoor Advertising to discuss... more

A Day in the life of a Wetland VIEW VIDEO
March 19, 2014 - What good are wetlands, anyway--they're just swampy land. Aren't they?  Maybe they should be put to better use? Not according to local writer and photographer Rick Marsi. He spoke and showed... more

Lourdes Diabetes Education Fair VIEW VIDEO
March 19, 2014 - Teaching people about diabetes can be half of the battle when it comes to preventing the disease. Lourdes Hospital held a diabetes education fair on Wednesday to give patients and the public more... more

Broome County Arts Community Receives Big Boost VIEW VIDEO
March 19, 2014 - The arts community in Broome County Thursday received a big boost, a $233,000 boost to be exact. The United Cultural Fund Grant Awards were presented to a variety of artists and cultural... more

Celebrity Fashion Show for Mothers and Babies VIEW VIDEO
March 19, 2014 - Some local celebrities are hitting the runway to raise money for Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network. The agency's first celebrity fashion show will be at the Holiday Inn Arena from 5:30 to 8:30... more

Binghamton Police Will Carry Anti-Heroin Medication VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2014 - One month after the Broome County Sheriff's Department said its officers will carry a heroin overdose nasal spray, the city of Binghamton said Tuesday its police force will do the same. The... more

How Will Constitution Pipeline Benefit Southern Tier? VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2014 - The 125 mile Constitution Pipeline is in the works to bring natural gas from parts of Northern Pennsylvania to the Boston and New York City areas. But how could this benefit the Southern... more

Family and Friends Gather for Jeffrey Aissa's Vigil VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2014 - Three years after the arson death of her son, a mother still seeks justice, and closure. Jeffrey Aissa was just 17-years-old when he perished in a fire officials say was set at the family's home... more

Binghamton's Flood Walls and Levee Systems to be Inspected VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2014 - Is the piping in Binghamton's flood walls and levee system up to the job? The city needs to find out. Binghamton has missed a 2012 Army Corps of Engineers deadline to check the... more

Three New Baby Otters at Binghamton Zoo VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2014 - It's a boy. And a boy. And a girl. At least we think. We're talking about three new river otter pups born at the Binghamton zoo. They were born on March 1st to Elaine and Leroy, the resident... more

After Vote BCSD Capitol Project Gets Green Light VIEW VIDEO
March 18, 2014 - One month after the Broome County Sheriff's Department said its officers will carry a heroin overdose nasal spray, the City of Binghamton says its police force will do the same.   The medication... more

Binghamton School District Voters Apporve 12 Million Dollar Capital Project VIEW VIDEO
March 17, 2014 - Binghamton School District voters say yes. --to a 12 million dollar capitol project that would spend a big chunk of that money on security upgrades to all Binghamton Schools.   And the vote is... more

First Graders Plan To Catch Leprechauns VIEW VIDEO
March 17, 2014 - First graders at Saint John the Evangelist School in Binghamton were hoping today would grant them some luck of the Irish. "We are building leprechaun traps," said Chris Gilligan, art teacher at... more

More Details Emerge in Walnut Street Standoff VIEW VIDEO
March 17, 2014 - More details about a stand-off on Walnut Street in Binghamton on Friday night. Here's what police say happened:  Officers recognized Josie Valdes and Joel Valdes-Pica in front of 120 Walnut... more

Protestors: The Budget is Blarney VIEW VIDEO
March 17, 2014 - Protesters from labor and community groups assembled Monday on this St. Patrick's Day to say that the governor's purposed New York tax budget is "blarney". Both the labor and community groups... more

8900 Drivers' Licenses Suspended for Failure to Pay State Backtaxes VIEW VIDEO
March 17, 2014 - Governor Cuomo said he meant business when he singed into law last year a measure that would suspend licenses of motorists who own more than 10-thousand dollars on back taxes to the state:   Well,... more

Fire Fighters Go Bald for Cancer Research VIEW VIDEO
March 16, 2014 - On Sunday local firefighters  their shaved their heads for the St. Baldricks Day foundation.  It helps support pediatric cancer research. Those going bald say supporting the organization locally... more

Young Pianist Showcases Talent VIEW VIDEO
March 16, 2014 - The Binghamton Tri Cities Opera Center was filled with the sounds of Beethoven, Bach, and even classical takes on modern hits on Sunday. Victoria Frances Young, a  14 year old pianist has... more

Walnut Street Stand-off Update VIEW VIDEO
March 15, 2014 - Last night we brought you to 120 and 121 Walnut Street in Binghamton where Fox 40 got exclusive footage of three individuals brought out of the residence in handcuffs.   Binghamton police... more

Zac Brown Band to Play at Dick's Open VIEW VIDEO
March 14, 2014 - The Zac Brown Band will be performing at the 2014 Dick's Sporting Goods Open.   The three-time Grammy Award winning group will be playing Greenside following the completion of the first round of... more

Uncommon Approaches to the Common Core VIEW VIDEO
March 14, 2014 - Educators gathered at the Roberson Museum in Binghamton Friday leans about  "Uncommon Approaches to the Common Core". The conference introduced teachers to community resources to meet  Common... more

Westside Water Main Break Shuts Down Roadway VIEW VIDEO
March 14, 2014 - A crack near a water main shut down a part of Riverside Drive in Binghamton early this afternoon. As crews worked to fix the damage between Murray and Oak streets, crews diverted traffic starting... more

Stand-off with Police on Walnut Street in Binghamton; SWAT Team Brought In VIEW VIDEO
March 14, 2014 - A dramatic and frightening incident in a Binghamton neighborhood began unfolding around 7pm Friday evening:    Three individuals  could be seen being brought out of an apartment building  in... more

Lupardo Supports Assembly's Tax Freeze VIEW VIDEO
March 13, 2014 - The New York State Assembly has released it's version of a state spending plan and one area where it differs from the governor's budget is just how to pay for a property tax cut. The governor is... more

Mock Job Interviews Prepare SUNY Broome Students VIEW VIDEO
March 13, 2014 - If practice makes perfect some students at SUNY Broome are in good shape to start off their careers. SUNY Broome is hosting mock interviews with local employers for engineering students this... more

DWI Crackdown for Saint Patrick's Day Weekend VIEW VIDEO
March 13, 2014 - Law enforcement will hit the roads this St. Patrick's Day weekend as part of a statewide Stop DWI Crackdown. Drivers can expect to see sobriety checkpoints, additional DWI patrols and increased... more

Binghamton Police Search for Masked Robber VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2014 - Binghamton Police continue to search for a masked man who robbed the Angle Mart Fuel and Stop apparently at gunpoint Tuesday night. Detectives tell us the robber, believed to be a white male... more

Group Protest Governor Cuomo's School Funding VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2014 - With the state budget deadline fewer than three weeks away, activists from the Southern Tier tried to get in some last-minute lobbying for education in Albany. The Group Alliance for Quality... more

Weather Not as Fierce as Feared, But Watch Out for Black Ice VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2014 - What many feared would be a last fierce blast from Old Man Winter this season has turned into something perhaps a bit calmer. Earlier Wednesday evening it looked like we were really in for it, but... more

B.U. Recruiter Welcomes SAT Changes VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2014 - Some big changes to the SATs are on the way, but how are local colleges reacting? Come spring of 2016, the SATs will return to the 1,600 point system and make the essay portion optional, drop some... more

You're Invited to the Preparedness Corps VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2014 - Disasters--man-made and otherwise--can occur anywhere, and we've had our share of them in the Southern Tier. On Saturday, Governor Cuomo invites the public to attend the Southern Tier Citizen... more

Mayor: City Made Storm Preps Well in Advance VIEW VIDEO
March 12, 2014 - Earlier Wedneday, Mayor Rich David said the City of Binghamton was well prepared for what the storm might bring. He says city officials met days in advance to make sure that the salting and... more

What's New at Mom's House? VIEW VIDEO
March 11, 2014 - Considering the struggling economy and the ups and downs of the labor market, Mom's House thinks its mission is more vital than ever. It provides day care and other services for low-income, single... more

Brown Street Fire Ruled as Arson VIEW VIDEO
March 11, 2014 - A Binghamton fire that closed down parts of two streets Monday has been ruled an arson. The former Golden Rule Lumber Center on Brown Street caught fire Monday its third blaze in three... more

Buyck on Common Core Corrections: Proceed with Caution VIEW VIDEO
March 11, 2014 - You might call them mid-course corrections but BOCES Superintendent Allen Buyck thinks those making the adjustments should proceed with caution. The Common Core Implementation Panel, formed just... more

Local Unemployment Numbers VIEW VIDEO
March 11, 2014 - Binghamton's unemployment rate has taken a big drop over the past year. It was 8.1% in January of 2014, compared to 9.7% in January of 2013. However the news was not all good. The labor force in... more

Tinkering With Their Futures VIEW VIDEO
March 11, 2014 - After weeks of planning, programing and wiring, students from across the area showed off their creations Tuesday with an electric passion at SUNY Broome's 5th Annual Robotics Competition. "I... more

Forgetfulness or Dementia? VIEW VIDEO
March 11, 2014 - Forgetfulness or dementia? It's a question you may have thought of when you lose your keys or forgot why you entered a room. It's also one caregivers need to keep in mind. At a presentation in... more

100th Birthday! VIEW VIDEO
March 11, 2014 - A Binghamton area man turned 100 Tuesday after undergoing triple bypass surgery 11 years ago.   Maurice Sweitzer is a patient of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Gym and has been going twice a week... more

Protestors Want 'Moral' Budget from Cuomo VIEW VIDEO
March 10, 2014 - Rich Man, Poor Man: who benefits most from Governor Cuomo's proposed budget: Monday, protestors had a definite opinion on that:     Leaders of local faith groups and various activists assembled... more

Officials: Capital Project Won't Cost Binghamton School District Taxpayers Anything VIEW VIDEO
March 10, 2014 - 12 million dollars in  a capital project for Binghamton schools that district residents won't have to pay for:   That's what was presented Monday  during a public hearing. Property taxes won't... more

Meet the Farmer Night VIEW VIDEO
March 10, 2014 - Do you know who grows your food? Maybe not, if you only purchase what you eat from big grocery chains.   But more folks are buying more directly these days. Monday night at the Water Street... more

Police Looking for Info in Xtra Mart Robbery VIEW VIDEO
March 10, 2014 - Binghamton police are seeking the public's help in finding the suspect in a Sunday evening robbery. The incident took place at the Xtra Mart at 409 Court Street in Binghamton at 8:42pm on Sunday.... more

Binghamton Lumber Yard Blaze VIEW VIDEO
March 10, 2014 - The Binghamton fire department responded to a fire on Brown Street in Binghamton just after 2:30 Monday afternoon. A man leaving the Companion Animal Clinic noticed the former Golden Rule Lumber... more

Local Homebuyers Clinic VIEW VIDEO
March 9, 2014 - Trying to buy a house? Don't know what to look for? Local home buyer experts are here to help. The Binghamton Homeownership Academy is hosting Saturday classes throughout March for first time... more

Binghamton High School Depicts Beloved Cartoon VIEW VIDEO
March 9, 2014 - On Sunday, the Helen Foley theatre at Binghamton high School was filled with singing, dancing, and acting of a classic cartoon.   BHS hosted it's final showing of "You're a good man Charlie... more

Court Street Robbery VIEW VIDEO
March 9, 2014 - A robbery was reported on Court Street in Binghamton just before 8:45 Sunday evening. Scanner reports indicate that a white male, about 6 feet tall wearing a black hoodie, black sweatpants, and a... more

A Full House at the Humane Society's Casino Night VIEW VIDEO
March 8, 2014 - Animal lovers put on their best poker faces tonight and gambled in support of a local non-profit. The Humane Society hosted its annual Casino Night at the Knights of Columbus on Park Ave in... more

730 Packets of Heroin off the Streets of Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 7, 2014 - A traffic stop in Binghamton leads to a two-day drug investigation and seizure of hundreds of packets of heroin. Police say Jason Sisson was pulled over on the city's west side about a week ago... more

Gas Leak in Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
March 7, 2014 - NYSEG crews spent the day trying to find the source of a gas leak near the roundabout in downtown Binghamton. The utility had crews there beginning at 9:00 Friday morning. A spokesperson for... more

Farm Days at the Oakdale Mall VIEW VIDEO
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Libous Convict College VIEW VIDEO
March 7, 2014 - Republican State Senator Tom Libous says he is strongly opposed to Governor Cuomo's plan to provide free, taxpayer-funded college education to prison inmates across the state. Libous says he... more

Perohis at St. Michael's Attract Appetites, Renew Friendships VIEW VIDEO
March 7, 2014 - A local Lenten tradition is now in it's 51st year. hundreds stopped by St. Michael's Church in Binghamton today to pick up their homemade and hand-pinched perohi.   The volunteers at the church... more

School Resource Officers to be Placed in Binghamton Middle Schools? VIEW VIDEO
March 6, 2014 - Two permanent positions could be added to the Binghamton police force to help local youth. The mayor and school superintendent are proposing adding two school resource officers to the... more

Area Unemployment Numbers VIEW VIDEO
March 6, 2014 - Mixed jobs news for Binghamton as the latest numbers show a drop in jobs in January. The Binghamton area lost 4,300 jobs from December of 2013 to January of 2014 and a total of 1,700 jobs from... more

Maple Syrup Predictions on Upcoming Production VIEW VIDEO
March 6, 2014 - Will the cold winter put a chill in maple syrup production? The land has been tapped for maple syrup for more than one hundred years and through six generations at the Sugar Creek Maple... more

How to Spend 90 Million Dollars on the Southern Tier's Economy VIEW VIDEO
March 6, 2014 - Ecosystems don't involve just the natural environment. There's also an entrepreneurial ecosystem that's getting a lot of attention these days in post-industrial areas in upstate New York. That's... more

A.G. Lists Top Consumer Frauds VIEW VIDEO
March 6, 2014 - New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman wants consumers to contact him to report consumer fraud--and today, he released a list of the ten most frequent ones to watch out for.   They... more

Guilty Verdict for Isaiah Criss VIEW VIDEO
March 5, 2014 - On Wednesday a Broome County jury found 22-year-old Isaiah Criss guilty of shooting a man in a bar on Binghamton's Southside in September of 2012. Criss could be looking at spending the rest of... more

Sagan's Influence Still Felt as Cosmos Relaunches VIEW VIDEO
March 5, 2014 - FOX Network's remake of the series Cosmos is bringing new attention to the man behind the ground breaking original series in 1980, late Cornell professor Carl Sagan. In addition to the Cosmos series,... more

Police Training: Tasers and Takedowns
March 5, 2014 - Tasers, takedowns, and training. That was on the agenda Wednesday for local police officers as part of the Broome County Sheriff's in-service training session. The training includes a number of... more

Fracking Film: "Triple Divide in Tonawanda" VIEW VIDEO
March 5, 2014 - The latest documentary style film, called Triple Divide in Tonawanda, depicts what it says are the negative impacts of fracking in Pennsylvania,  and explores how the industry is regulated in the... more

Aldi Store Hiring Event in Vestal VIEW VIDEO
March 5, 2014 - More jobs are on the way thanks to the Aldi grocery chain. Wednesday at the Hampton Inn in Vestal, a hiring event was held for Aldi's managing positions through out the area. District manager... more

Zoning Board of Appeals VIEW VIDEO
March 4, 2014 - For several years now, there has been much support for bringing more student housing to downtown Binghamton--because of the economic boost it would provide. But there's also been concern over the... more

Broome County DA Supports Access to Driving History VIEW VIDEO
March 4, 2014 - Prosecutors are speaking out about Governor Cuomo's plan to make driving history records available of original charges that would have carried points against your license...    People often... more

Jury Members Start Deliberations for Isaiah Criss Murder Trial VIEW VIDEO
March 4, 2014 - Jury deliberations began Tuesday regarding the fate of 22-year-old Isaiah Criss accused in a fatal shooting at the Rock-B Tavern. Criss is charged with second degree murder and criminal possession... more

Fire on Salam Drive Destroys Home VIEW VIDEO
March 4, 2014 - Fire crews spent Tuesday afternoon battling a house fire on Salem Drive in Vestal. The call came in about 2:30pm at 4529 Salem Drive. Fire officials say the homeowners escaped injury.... more

Full Day Pre-K Programs Coming to Binghamton School District VIEW VIDEO
March 4, 2014 - About 100 students in the Binghamton School District will soon have access to full-day pre-kindergarten. This is thanks to a state grant the district is receiving. It will open full-day programs... more

Siena Poll Shows Hillary Leading Christie, Paul, and Ryan VIEW VIDEO
March 4, 2014 - A recent Sena College poll shows Virginia, New Jersey, and New York, all in favor of Hillary Clinton for president, over  New Jersey Governor, and potential 2016 presidential candidate Chris... more

Temporary Hire in Binghamton Police Department to become Permanent VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2014 - Binghamton is hiring--temporarily-- an additional police officer--who will fill the position permanently when a current officer retires a few months from now:   Mayor Rich David explains that by... more

Prosecutors will have Access to past Driving Offenses VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2014 - When deciding what kind of plea to offer you for a traffic offense, should prosecutors have access to  past  charges of which you were not convicted?   Governor Cuomo says yes.  So, he is making... more

DWI Arrests on Parade Day VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2014 - Local law enforcers told us going into the weekend that they'd be beefing up DWI patrols, as local revelers enjoyed Binghamton's St. Patrick's Day Parade and other festivities:   Three  DWI... more

March 3, 2014 - With tax day approaching, Governor Cuomo announced new regulations Monday that makes New York one of four states to regulate the tax preparer industry.   New preparers must take a 16-hour basic... more

Police: Man Punches Three-Year-Old Child VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2014 - A Binghamton man is under arrest after police say he punched a three-year-old child. 24-year-old Kevin West Jr. is charged with assault in the second degree. Police say the incident happened... more

Closing Arguments Made, Jury Deliberates Tuesday in Criss Trial VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2014 - Jury deliberations begin Tuesday in the murder trial of Isaiah Criss. In closing arguments Monday, the defense told jurors that there is reasonable doubt whether Criss was the person who shot... more

Broome County Arena Gets a Name Change
March 3, 2014 - The Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena will have a new name. Starting July 1st  the venue will be known as the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. The change is a result of a new... more

BHS Students to Participant in Culinary Competition VIEW VIDEO
March 3, 2014 - Some Binghamton High School Students who have had a passion for cooking all their lives will get a unique opportunity this weekend.   "I used to watch my mom when I was little and she always used... more

Bevier Street Fire VIEW VIDEO
March 2, 2014 - Flames were through the roof of a two family house at 40 and 42 Bevier Street Sunday night. The Binghamton Fire Department responded to the fire just after seven thirty. First responders say they... more

Update: Belmar Pub Fire VIEW VIDEO
March 2, 2014 - The Binghamton Fire Department was called to the Belmar Pub on Main Street in Binghamton last night. The fire began just before 9:30 and according to the owner of the establishment, Ed Hickey, it... more

Binghamton's 47th Annual Parade Day VIEW VIDEO
March 1, 2014 - Everything from traditional Irish dancers, and even  leprechauns riding giraffes, everyone was out in full force for today's Parade Day. Parade veterans....   "I've been coming here since I... more

Witness in Criss Trial says she was Followed VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2014 - A witness in the Isaiah Criss murder trial  told the court on Friday that she has been followed and has heard threatening remarks by one of Criss's friends.   Shanika Maiden says she was in the... more

Winning Student Singing Videos to be seen on Lottery Facebook VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2014 - Students at the Benjamin Franklin Elementary School in Binghamton are raising their voices to raise money for their music program...   The 4th- and 5th-grade students sang their rendition of the... more

Astorino Would Bring Fracking to NY State VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2014 - Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino says he would say yes to fracking in the state. Astorino, a Republican, is expected to announce a run for governor against Democratic incumbent Andrew... more

St. Patrick's Day Parade in Binghamton to include area DWI Crackdown VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2014 - Broome County Stop DWI is cracking down on drunk drivers Saturday during Binghamton's St. Patrick's Day Parade.   Law enforcement across the county will work together to make sure people play it... more

February 28, 2014 - The Hallstead woman who tried to steal items from a local Wal-mart and then fled from police who were pursuing her--pleads guilty:   28 year old Sara Muskas admitted that back in September, she... more

Protesters Greet "Gastorino" VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2014 - "I would explore natural gas drilling.  We are blessed. This region in part is blessed," said Rob Astorino, potential Gubernatorial candidate. Anticipated GOP Gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino... more

Astorino Guest Speak At Annual Lincoln Day Dinner VIEW VIDEO
February 28, 2014 - New Yorkers aren't losers-- there state shouldn't be one too.  That was the message potential gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino delivered to 400 republicans Friday night at the annual Lincoln Day... more

City Workers To Go Through Ethics Training VIEW VIDEO
February 27, 2014 - Ethics training for city workers, that's what Binghamton's new mayor is launching.   Rich David says, as a new mayor, it is important to send a message to all city employees that high ethical... more

When Facebook Stalking Becomes a Crime VIEW VIDEO
February 27, 2014 - It's the whole point of Twitter, being followed. But, what happens when social media sites like Twitter or Facebook give people the opportunity to really do just that. "It's another venue in... more

Ralph Townsend Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison VIEW VIDEO
February 27, 2014 - It's 20 years in prison for a Binghamton man shot by police as he stabbed his girlfriend with a knife. Police say they shot 54-year-old Ralph Townsend twice in the back to stop him from attacking... more

Criss Trial: Fiance Saw Boyfriend Dying VIEW VIDEO
February 27, 2014 - More testimony Thursday in the trial of a Binghamton man charged in a fatal shooting of a man found lying near the Rock B Tavern in Binghamton's south side. 22-year-old Isaiah Criss, of Chapin... more

Binghamton's Parade Day Right Around the Corner VIEW VIDEO
February 27, 2014 - Binghamton's 47th St. Patrick's Day Parade is right around the corner and everyone is already getting anxious to celebrate. The theme of the parade this Saturday is "Irish Traditions." Twelve fire... more

Bringing Students and Businesses Together Through the Click of a Button VIEW VIDEO
February 26, 2014 - Businesses struggle everyday with promoting their product and engaging customers in their advertising, but two BU students may have found a way to help these businesses while giving people what they... more

Future of Binghamton's Sidewalk of the Stars? VIEW VIDEO
February 26, 2014 - What is the future of Binghamton's Sidewalk of the Stars--the 44 monuments to some of the area's most legendary artists--outside the Metro Center Downtown? That's the question Barry Blakeslee is... more

Town of Union Man Arrested After Police Chase VIEW VIDEO
February 26, 2014 - A Town of Union man is now in custody after leading police on a short pursuit and foot chase. Broome County Sheriff's Office says 27-year-old David Wesser was driving on Day Hollow Road in the... more

Mayor David Postpones State of the City VIEW VIDEO
February 26, 2014 - We won't know what Binghamton's mayor thinks the State of the City is for at least another two months: That's because Mayor Rich David has decided that he won't present his first State of the... more

Anti-Frackers want Astorino to Test Water VIEW VIDEO
February 26, 2014 - If you think it's so safe and clean, why don't you drink it? That's what anti-frackers are challenging Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino to do while taking a tour of Pennsylvania and... more

Divorce Mediation VIEW VIDEO
February 25, 2014 - Divorce can be nasty. People can get ugly.  And the viciousness and the anger, and the wrenching feelings are often depicted in movies: Sooo, how do you avoid that sort of thing? The formula... more

Fracking Debate Takes Center Stage at BU VIEW VIDEO
February 24, 2014 - The fracking debate, taking true debate form Monday at Binghamton University.   Environmental health expert and author Sandra Steingraber and Secretary of the Independent Owned Gas Association of... more

Binghamton Voters to Decide on $12 Million in School Upgrades VIEW VIDEO
February 24, 2014 - 12 million dollars in upgrades for Binghamton City schools--much of it involving security. That's what voters of the district will be voting on in referendum on March 17th. School officials... more

William's Loses Appeal VIEW VIDEO
February 24, 2014 - Robert Williams, Jr,convicted, in the brutal shotgun murders of 51-year-old Valerie Spears and her 14-year-old daughter Devin has lost an appeal concerning part of his sentence. The 45-year old... more

"Jingles" Laid to Rest VIEW VIDEO
February 24, 2014 - Family and friends gathered Monday at the Saint Mary of Assumption Church in Binghamton to say goodbye to a local legend. Michael Rubino, known throughout the community as "Jingles", passed away... more

Saying Goodbye to Jingles VIEW VIDEO
February 23, 2014 - The community gathered today to say goodbye to a local legend. Michael Rubino, more commonly known as Jingles passed away on Thursday. he was 81.   Jingles was known for his dance moves, which he... more

Free Event Planning Bridal Show VIEW VIDEO
February 23, 2014 - Have ever wanted to plan your wedding? Want to do it all in one day? Binghamton residents had that rare chance today.   The Holiday Inn hosted it's 24th annual free, easy bridal planning show... more

Seton holds Pasta Dinner Fundraiser VIEW VIDEO
February 23, 2014 - With the end of the academic year right around the corner, schools across the area are holding fund raising events to support their senior class. Seton Catholic Central had a pasta dinner at... more

Model Train and Doll Fair at Roberson VIEW VIDEO
February 23, 2014 - "Each year, round this time we have this event and it brings a lot of families, a lot of doll and train enthusiasts and people love it," said Terry McDonald. All proceeds from the event... more

Local Gospel Singers Preform at Church VIEW VIDEO
February 23, 2014 - There's still snow on the ground but there was plenty of Green at one local church.   Gospel Vocal duo Les and Linda Green brought music and a bit of laughter to parishioners at Nimmonsburg United... more

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith visits Binghamton University VIEW VIDEO
February 22, 2014 - Binghamton University's Black Student Union brought a big name in tonight as their keynote speaker for Black History Month. Stephen A Smith, a sports journalist at ESPN, spoke to students about... more

Girl Scouts Through the Years VIEW VIDEO
February 21, 2014 - Diane Hughes remembers selling girl scout cookies in the 1950s for 25 cents a box. "Everybody says cookies, 'oh its just for funding,' but it's not.  It's giving Alexis leadership skills and say... more

Two Arrested in Binghamton Drug Bust VIEW VIDEO
February 21, 2014 - Two suspects arrested Thursday in that big drug bust in Binghamton have both been arrested multiple times before on drug charges.   One of them, Rashid Imhotep was still on parole, after being... more

New York Attorney General Addresses Foreclosure Crisis VIEW VIDEO
February 21, 2014 - Abandoned and foreclosed homes are also a big concern for municipalities in this area. In Binghamton Friday, State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced plans to curb the proliferation of... more

Binghamton Mets Fan "Jingles" Passes Away VIEW VIDEO
February 21, 2014 - Binghamton Mets fans are mourning the loss of one of their own. Family members tell Fox 40 News Michael Rubino, known around Binghamton as "Jingles," passed away at his home on Wednesday. He was... more

Broome County Executive Works to Redevelop Old Buildings VIEW VIDEO
February 21, 2014 - Broome County Executive Debbie Preston is working to redevelop old buildings in the area. In her State of the County Address Thursday, Preston approved the transfer of the 50 Front Street property... more

County Will Continue to Work Towards 50/50 Sales Tax Revenue VIEW VIDEO
February 21, 2014 - Preston also talked about the need for shared services with local municipalities. In an effort to do so announced they will continue working towards the 50/50 sales tax revenue. She asked... more

City Council Approves Funds for Demolition of Flood Damaged Homes VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2014 - It's a step towards recovery for several homeowners in Binghamton's third district. By a vote of 7 to 0, City Council authorized Thursday the purchase, closing cost and demolition of flood... more

Legislature Approves Bus Driver Contract VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2014 - Broome County legislators approved a contract with B.C. transit workers Thursday night by a 14-0 vote. According to the Transit Union, the four year contract will save Broome County more than... more

Preston's State of the County Address VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2014 - After a one week delay because of bad weather, Broome County Executive Debbie Preston delivered her State of the County Address Thursday afternoon and as expected, much of it focused on economic... more

Protest Against Broome County Jail Expansion VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2014 - County officials were met with some protesters ahead of Thursday night's address who are against the proposed expansion of the Broome County Jail. The group Broome County Campaign for Alternatives... more

Seton Catholic Central Students Test Which Gender Has a Better Sense of Smell VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2014 - Dozens of creative science projects filled the gym of Seton Catholic Central today. But one stood out, Sara's and Danielle's. "The girls actually created this sniffometer," Linda Garbade Science... more

Breaking the Cycle of Teen Dating Violence VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2014 - One in every ten adolescents report being hit or physically hurt by a boyfriend or girlfriend at least once in the past year. And one in four report being the victim of emotional or psychological... more

Two Arrested During Heroin Bust VIEW VIDEO
February 20, 2014 - Two Binghamton men are behind bars following search warrants that resulted in the seizure of mass amounts of heroin. 37-year-old Rashid Imhotep and 44-year-old Nathaniel Williams are being charged... more

Local Activists Join Movement Against Proposed Tax Breaks VIEW VIDEO
February 19, 2014 - Less than a month after Governor Cuomo unveiled his proposed budget for the year, local groups have joined a statewide movement speaking out against Cuomo's proposed tax breaks. Area activists... more

Color Blind Musical Opens Thursday at the Tri-Cities Opera Center VIEW VIDEO
February 19, 2014 - How would feel if someone put you in a box? That's the story behind "Color Blind: A Musical", written by local playwright Laura Cunningham. The play tells the story of six African Americans... more

County Will Hold Property Auction Saturday VIEW VIDEO
February 19, 2014 - 50 properties owned by Broome County will be auctioned off this Saturday starting at 10:00 AM at the Holiday Inn in Binghamton. The properties were taken over by the county from residents who were... more

Disturbing Numbers on Teen Dating Violence VIEW VIDEO
February 19, 2014 - The numbers are disturbing. One in every ten adolescents reports being hit or physically hurt by a boyfriend or girlfriend at least once in the past year, and one in four report being the victim of... more

Dangerous City Buildings Could be Put on Lock Down VIEW VIDEO
February 19, 2014 - Thirteen residential buildings in Binghamton are in danger of being put on lock down. It's all a part of mayor Rich David's effort to make the city safer. "We have a problem with what's going on.... more

Ice at Transmitter Causing Temporary Problems for Fox 40, My8
February 19, 2014 - Icing at the transmitter has temporarily knocked Fox 40 WICZ and WBPN My8 off the air.  Technicians are currently attempting to remove the ice.  Normal transmission should resume... more

Can You Ban Fracking? VIEW VIDEO
February 18, 2014 - Does a community have the legal right to ban fracking? It's a question being hotly debated and litigated in our area, and on Tuesday in Binghamton some legal experts weighed in. The League of... more

Revitalizing the First Ward VIEW VIDEO
February 18, 2014 - Binghamton's First Ward continues to reshape itself--- --a revitalization of the old neighborhood, that is intended to change not just the look, but the atmosphere, as well. On Tuesday, there... more

Legislators To Vote Thursday on Airport Study
February 18, 2014 - The Broome County Legislature will vote Thursday on whether to approve funding for a study on increasing flights out of the Binghamton airport. Legislator Rob Keibel says they study would look at... more

BU Students Enter the Twilight Zone VIEW VIDEO
February 18, 2014 - I bet you didn't know that before Rod Serling created the Twilight Zone, he made "The Time Element," and a famous actor had tried his hand at reading Serling's famous monologues. On Tuesday night... more

New Details Released on Aaron Powell's Arrest VIEW VIDEO
February 18, 2014 - New details on the arrest of Aaron Powell, accused of killing two people last March on Lisi Lane in the Town of Binghamton. In a pre-trial hearing Monday,Broome County Sheriff's Captain Fred... more

Reducing the New Smoker Rate to Zero VIEW VIDEO
February 18, 2014 - Could the new smoker rate ever drop to zero? On the 50th anniversary of the Surgeon General's first report on smoking, the current Surgeon General says the public health tools exist to do just... more

David Names Executive Assistant VIEW VIDEO
February 18, 2014 - A familiar name will soon be part of the Rich David administration. Jared Kraham will become executive assistant to the mayor.  Kraham is the son of former Republican Broome County Executive Jeff... more

Six Families Displaced by Fire VIEW VIDEO
February 18, 2014 - Six families are out in the cold--displayed by a fire at 8 Fayette Street in Binghamton.     It was reported shortly before two this Tuesday afternoon. No one was injured, but the multi-apartment... more

City Officials Discuss Possibility of Binghamton's 5th Major Snowfall VIEW VIDEO
February 18, 2014 - With snow plow equipment ready to go and more snow to come city residents parked on streets shouldn't be surprised if they wake up to their car gone. Alternate parking in the city of Binghamton... more

College Courses for Prison Inmates? VIEW VIDEO
February 18, 2014 - Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Sunday a new initiative to provide a college education to inmates in state prisons. The program would allow ten pilot prisons across the state to provide two and... more

On Presidents Day: New York Ranks High in President Count VIEW VIDEO
February 17, 2014 - Six Presidents have come from, or lived in New York State. Only Ohio, with seven,and Virginia, with five, rank higher.  New York's count ranges from two of the nation's  most remembered chief... more

Another Airport Study VIEW VIDEO
February 17, 2014 - Yet another attempt might soon be underway to find out how to increase flights, and business at the Greater Binghamton Airport:   County Aviation Commissioner Carl Beardsley wants the Broome... more

Cold Weather Record Breaker? VIEW VIDEO
February 17, 2014 - Officially Binghamton didn't get below zero this morning, at least as recorded by the National Weather Service by the airport...   But we have seen 11 below-zero days this winter. That's four... more

Couples Celebrate a "Late" Valentine's Day at The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park VIEW VIDEO
February 16, 2014 - Valentine's day may be over but love was still in the air at the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park today. The Zoo hosted it's second week of  it's "Courtship Tails" event for couples. People were... more

Pregnant Dog Inspires Local Author VIEW VIDEO
February 15, 2014 - A local author made her way to River Read books in Binghamton today to sign her latest book. You may have heard of it, "Elsa was born a dog, I was born a human...things have changed." The writer... more

Local Pool Players Sink Shots for a Cause VIEW VIDEO
February 15, 2014 - Ryan and Kimberly Brown are expecting a baby girl, but what they weren't expecting are the complications that came with the pregnancy. "At first we were initially told that there was a pretty... more

Friendly Competition: Police Officers vs. Firefighters VIEW VIDEO
February 15, 2014 - Local law enforcement and emergency personnel laced up their skates today to benefit a good cause.   The Binghamton Police took on the Binghamton Fire Department in the 29th annual Heart Cup to... more

Joint Landowners Coalition Files Lawsuit Against New York State VIEW VIDEO
February 14, 2014 - In our area the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York filed a lawsuit against the State of New York Friday. The suit claims Governor Cuomo is acting without jurisdiction by orchestrating the... more

Deputies Carrying New Weapon to Help Overdose Victims VIEW VIDEO
February 14, 2014 - The Broome County Sheriff's Office has a new weapon in handling drug overdoses. It's the drug Naloxone, also known as Narcan. Deputies will carry two doses of the drug with them, and spray it... more

Healthy Heart Luncheon at Senior Center VIEW VIDEO
February 14, 2014 - Absence may make the heart grow fonder, but good nutrition will help it beat longer. And since a February is American Heart Month, The First Ward Senior Center was focused on keeping local... more

Vow Renewals for Happy Couples VIEW VIDEO
February 14, 2014 - Couples celebrated their long lasting marriage this Friday. Friday at Emeritus at Woodland Place residents and their loved ones got the chance to renew their wedding vows. Four married couples... more

Murder Mystery Dinner
February 14, 2014 - Murder was on the menu at a Valentine's Day dinner Friday night, at the Roberson Museum. The melodrama--entitled "Everyone Said I loved You"  was set in the 1930's, at a speakeasy, where the... more

'Occupy' Space to be Sold, Developed
February 14, 2014 - Come spring, a now-frozen piece of city property might be thawed for sale, and development:   It' s the patch of vacant public green space at the corner of Court and State streets. You might... more

Students Jump Rope for Heart VIEW VIDEO
February 13, 2014 - Calvin Coolidge middle school students celebrated heart month Thursday while honoring a Binghamton teacher who died from a heart attack. West Middle School 8th grade teacher David Bosnick died... more

Local Businesses Prepare for Valentine's Day VIEW VIDEO
February 12, 2014 - It's estimated that over 200 million roses are grown for Valentine's Day. About 9,000 of those roses will be sold at Dillenbecks Florist in Johnson City. "Roses are the epitome of romance," said... more

Preston to Give State of the County Address Thursday VIEW VIDEO
February 12, 2014 - Broome County Executive Debbie Preston has been concentrating on improving the local economy and is getting ready for her State of the County address Thursday night. Preston says the county has... more

Owego Police Searching For Missing Teen VIEW VIDEO
February 12, 2014 - Owego Police are asking for the public's help locating a teenager. They say 16-year-old David Bissell ran away from home on January 30th of this year. Anyone with information on Bissell is... more

Part of Court Street Closed Due to Frozen Pipes VIEW VIDEO
February 12, 2014 - A frozen pipe disrupted part of downtown Binghamton on Wednesday. The Eastbound lane on Court Street from Exchange Street to Centenary was closed all afternoon to fix the pipe. The frozen pipe... more

Voters Still Divided on Fracking VIEW VIDEO
February 12, 2014 - According to a new Quinnipiac Poll, New Yorkers are split between environmental concerns and economic benefits when it comes to fracking. Upstate voters were divided: 46% in favor, 45%... more

Binghamton Superintendent In Favor of Common Core Delay VIEW VIDEO
February 11, 2014 - Binghamton School's Superintendent Marion Martinez is also emphasizing how important the changes in Common Core are for fair evaluations and job security for teachers. Martinez says she's all in... more

Does a Violent Neighborhood Produce a Violent Child? VIEW VIDEO
February 11, 2014 - Does a violent neighborhood produce violent children? That was the topic of discussion Tuesday at the Lost Dog where the Binghamton Community Lab hosted a mixer, featuring guest speak Chris Gibson, a... more

Charity Pool Tournament to Benefit Local Family VIEW VIDEO
February 11, 2014 - The Southern Tier American Pool Players Association will be hosting a charity tournament this weekend to help a local family.   The Brown family from Binghamton is expecting a girl, but early... more

SUNY Broome Remembers Wes Warren VIEW VIDEO
February 10, 2014 - Students and faculty at SUNY Broome continue to mourn the loss of Wesley Warren, a professor in the school's Department of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security. Warren died of a heart attack in... more

SUNY Broome Mourns Loss of Beloved Professor VIEW VIDEO
February 9, 2014 - SUNY Broome is mourning the loss of a professor this weekend. Wesley Warren, an associate professor of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security department died in his sleep Saturday night. Warren's... more

Courtship Tails: What to Expect at the Binghamton Zoo VIEW VIDEO
February 9, 2014 - The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park is preparing for a special Valentine's day weekend for local couples. It will hold its annual "Courtship Tails"-- a 2 day event for adults only.   The event... more

From Boy Scouts to Eagle Scouts VIEW VIDEO
February 9, 2014 - The community came together today to recognize area Boy Scouts who earned a prestigious rank. Over 20 Boy Scouts of the Baden-Powell Council were honored for obtaining their Eagle Scout Rank in... more

Bearing the Cold to Warm Hearts in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
February 8, 2014 - Negative six degrees? Check. Sneakers? Check. Layers of clothing? Check. But Pittsburg Steelers footie pajamas? "When the race came up I figured I would bet my friends that I couldn't raise $200... more

Cans for Canines: Helping Animals in Need VIEW VIDEO
February 8, 2014 - A local non profit collected cans and bottles this weekend to help keep their doors open. The Humane Society in Binghamton accepts can and bottle donations throughout the year, but this weekend's... more

Celebrating Black History Month VIEW VIDEO
February 8, 2014 - February is Black History Month... And civil rights groups across the country are spreading the message of hope and togetherness. People of all ages and race gathered at the Broome County Library... more

Cupid's Chase Preview VIEW VIDEO
February 7, 2014 - The local Community Options agency is hosting it's annual Cupid's Chase 5K tomorrow morning at Otsiningo Park...   Registration begins at 8 and the race begins at 10. Race day registration is... more

"Poetry Out Loud" Competition VIEW VIDEO
February 7, 2014 - Students from Stamford Central School District in Samford, NY came to Binghamton University today to show off their poetry reading skills.   BU hosted Poetry Out Loud at their Watters Theater.... more

UPDATE: Incident was Not Hit and Run VIEW VIDEO
February 6, 2014 - It was not a hit and run-- that's what Endicott Police tell us, following their investigation into an incident involving a car which struck several people Thursday afternoon on Riverview Drive:   ... more

Millions Coming to Broome & Tioga for Flood Mitigation VIEW VIDEO
February 6, 2014 - "The floods are going to occur. What we need to do is minimize their impact," said Vince Pasquale, Co-Chair of the NY Rising Program for Broome County. In an attempt to minimize that impact... more

Reddit Co-Founder Visits BU VIEW VIDEO
February 6, 2014 - The changing nature of news, information, and social interaction-- that's what packed the room and Binghamton University Thursday, as close to 500 students  listened to the co-founder of one of the... more

Cancer Survivor Bikes Across Country VIEW VIDEO
February 6, 2014 - After given as little as six months to live, after 28 cancer surgeries, 48 leg surgeries, and a hip replacement, a man who has biked the equivalent of five times around the world stops in... more

BU Students Brave Cold VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2014 - It hasn't been the warmest "welcome back" to campus for students at Binghamton University.  Temperatures have been hovering around the 20 degree mark and on Tuesday: snow. BU student Manar... more

Behind the Scenes Look at Keeping Roads Safe VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2014 - Eleven inches of snow in some areas of the Southern Tier and counting. Today's storm may have kept many people indoors but the Department of Transportation is working on keeping the roads... more

Locals Deal with Snow VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2014 - Whether you were running up a hill just to sled your way back down, or shoveling out your driveway people through out the area used the snow to get a workout. Dozens gathered at Maine Endwell High... more

Preston's Police Uniform Fails Democratic Inspection VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2014 - The head of the Broome County Democratic Party is raising ethics questions about Republican County Executive Debbie Preston. The issues surround Preston's wearing of a Broome County Sheriff's ... more

Parking Study Set for the City of Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2014 - With the city set to undertake a $100,000 parking study, can it find a solution that would please downtown businesses and a growing student housing population? The city of Binghamton and... more

NYSP Warrant Wednesday VIEW VIDEO
February 5, 2014 - Wednesday the New York State Police launched its first Warrant Wednesday. Each Wednesday the agency is adding wanted poster's to the New York State Police Facebook Page. The subjects of the... more

Battle Brews between Student Housing Developers Over Parking VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2014 - A battle is brewing between two student housing developers and it started over a request for parking. Alfred Weissman Real Estate LLC wants to expand their student housing complex at 20 Hawley... more

Libous Pushes Bill to End Abuse of Public Assistance Cards VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2014 - Senator Tom Libous hosted a press conference Tuesday in Albany to push his Public Assistance Integrity Act.   Currently under state law, EBT public assistance cards come with a cash benefit... more

Cans for Canines Drive VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2014 - If you're still cleaning up from this weekend's Superbowl, hold onto those extra cans and bottles. The Cans for  Canines event is a bottle drive held from February 4th until February 8th at the... more

Police: Leap from 201 Bridge was Apparent Suicide VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2014 - Police tell us that a woman who apparently jumped off the Route 201 Bridge onto the ice of the Susquehanna River Tuesday afternoon has died. Johnson City Police are investigating the incident as a... more

Department of Transportation Prepares for Storm VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2014 - With the possibility of snowfall reaching double digits by Wednesday the New York State Department of Transportation is in preparation mode for the big storm. According to DOT officials there... more

Scheduled Layoffs for Binghamton Company VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2014 - 171 people at a Binghamton company are scheduled to lose their jobs this spring. The employees at Sourcecorp on Wall Street in Binghamton are being let go, according to a state notice filed under... more

Avoiding Utility Scams VIEW VIDEO
February 4, 2014 - NYSEG and RG and E have been alerted of a bill payment scam geared toward utility customers. Customers have been contacted and asked to pay current or past charges by individuals who do not work... more

Players, Coach Do it For Daron VIEW VIDEO
February 3, 2014 - The B-Sens ditching their hockey sticks for broomsticks.  Doing it for Daron, their coach's 14-year-old daughter. In doing it for Daron, they hope to provide others with the resources  to identify... more

SUNY Broome Takes Place in Russian-American Summit VIEW VIDEO
February 3, 2014 - SUNY Broome took part in a summit over the weekend between 40 Russian and American colleges and universities. Since 2005, the school has had a dual degree program with Novosibirsk State University... more

Jennie Finch Helps BU Celebrate Women's Achievements in Sports VIEW VIDEO
February 3, 2014 - Lessons on sports and life at Binghamton University Monday from Olympic champion softball pitcher Jennie Finch. The Binghamton Bearcats Athletic Association held it's annual luncheon to celebrate... more

LifeVest designed for Recent Heart Attack Sufferers VIEW VIDEO
February 3, 2014 - To kick off February as Healthy Heart Month, UHS hosted a presentation Monday about wearable defibrillators. The device, called a LifeVest, is designed to detect a heart rhythm problem in patients... more

Broome County Sheriff's DWI Crackdown Results VIEW VIDEO
February 3, 2014 - The Denver Broncos weren't the only losers on Super Bowl weekend. The Broome County Sheriff's office snagged dozens as a result of its DWI crackdown over the weekend. Police issued 27 traffic... more

Red Panda Autopsy Results Released VIEW VIDEO
February 3, 2014 - It was a heart attack that killed a Red Panda at the Binghamton Zoo last month. Xaio-Li died last month at the age of six. A day before his offspring, Zhin-Li, was scheduled to leave for a... more

Trial of Taquon Griffin Begins VIEW VIDEO
February 3, 2014 - Jury selection began Monday in the trial of a Binghamton man charged with attempted murder in the second degree. 22-year-old Taquon Griffin is charged with shooting Clifford Harris several times... more

United Way Helps New Yorker's with Tax Preparations VIEW VIDEO
February 3, 2014 - Need some help with your taxes? The United Way is offering assistance. If you're a New York State taxpayer and have a household income of under $58,000 you can dial 2-1-1 to call the United Way and... more

Is Spring on Its Way? VIEW VIDEO
February 2, 2014 - This is ten month old groundhog C.J.'s first time predicting the weather. The Binghamton Zoo reports he did not see his shadow, which of course means winter is on its way out. The zoo got C.J. in... more

Gymnasts Face Off at Broome County Arena VIEW VIDEO
February 2, 2014 - The big game may be over but earlier Sunday there was a much different type of competition.   The Broome County Arena hosted the final day of the "I Love New York Cup" Gymnastics invitational.... more

Local Church Comes Out as Supporting LGBTQ Community VIEW VIDEO
February 2, 2014 - The Tabernacle United Methodist Church in Binghamton has been accepting LGBTQ members into their congregation for 7 years..   "We made a decision as a church to be supportive of all the LGBTQ... more

Southern Tier Celebrates Chinese New Year VIEW VIDEO
February 2, 2014 - We are now officially in the year of the horse. That's according to the Chinese new year.  And people across the area are celebrating. The Discovery Center held a celebration Saturday. Local... more

Nirchi's Prepares for Super Bowl Sunday Orders VIEW VIDEO
February 1, 2014 - Fifteen million. That's the number of pizzas sold on Super Bowl Sunday. And Nirchi's on Main Street is getting workers ready for a busy day. "We try to mentally prepare them first," Gary... more

Is CrossFit Safe? VIEW VIDEO
January 31, 2014 - Its a high intensity interval workout. "Running, swimming, jumping on boxes, swinging on bars," said Leslie Heywood.  Co-owner of Southern Tier CrossFit Leslie Heywood says she started doing... more

Prospects of Shale Gas in New York VIEW VIDEO
January 31, 2014 - Fracking experts came together Friday night to educate the public on what they say fracking would mean to New York State. Scientists and geologists came together at the ITC campus in Binghamton to... more

Nirchi's Preparing For Super Bowl Sunday VIEW VIDEO
January 31, 2014 - Super Bowl Sunday is just two days away. That means football, commercials, parties and of course pizza. We stopped by Nirchi's on Main Street in Binghamton Friday to see how they prepare for their... more

BU State of the University VIEW VIDEO
January 31, 2014 - Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger gave his State of the University address today on campus. His main concern? Enrollment growth. By 2020 Stenger hopes to increase the student... more

Police: Two Men Arrested for Copper Theft VIEW VIDEO
January 31, 2014 - Shopping carts aren't usually filled with copper wiring and scrap. And that's why an observant citizen became suspicious of two men pushing the cart near the entrance of Ben Weitsman & Son... more

Grand Opening for New DMV Location in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
January 31, 2014 - Broome County Executive Debbie Preston held a grand opening Friday of the Department of Motor Vehicle's new location. The DMV moved from Clinton Street to the Greater Binghamton Transportation... more

Assembly Woman Donna Lupardo Urges for Higher TCE Standards VIEW VIDEO
January 31, 2014 - Assembly Woman Donna Lupardo is calling on the Department of Health to provide more protections against the chemical, TCE. Earlier this month the National Institute For Safety and Occupational... more

New Exhibit Unveiled at BU Art Museum VIEW VIDEO
January 30, 2014 - For years they've been stored away, but on Thursday they were finally  released to the public, to be seen for the first time in years. Binghamton University's Art Museum unveiled a new exhibition... more

Super Bowl DWI Crackdown VIEW VIDEO
January 30, 2014 - Broome County's Stop DWI Program warns that there will be additional patrols on the road during this upcoming super bowl weekend. Alcohol impaired crashes are more likely to occur on the weekends... more

Democrats Asking for Transparency While Awarding Contracts VIEW VIDEO
January 30, 2014 - Democrats on the Broome County Legislature are asking County Executive Debbie Preston for transparency while awarding public contracts. The request comes after Preston awarded Rochester based... more

Public Works Second Shift Staff Given More Duties VIEW VIDEO
January 30, 2014 - Binghamton's new mayor says the public works department will be doing more for the taxpayers: Mayor Rich David says that employees working the "second shift"--6 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.-- will  take on... more

Items to Close to Boiler Spark Fire on Hancock Street VIEW VIDEO
January 30, 2014 - With heating units going full blast in the cold weather,  fire officials say homeowners should be especially careful about materials around furnaces catching fire. Shortly before 1:00 o'clock... more

Sheriff Formally Announces 5th Term Run VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2014 - He already has the title of longest tenure as Broome County sheriff but says he's not going for a record he just isn't ready to leave his job.   Broome County Executive Debbie Preston showed her... more

Firefighters Battle Blaze on Brady Hill Road VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2014 - Firefighters had to do a bit of demolition work at a late afternoon fire Wednesday. A chimney fire at 3935 Brady Hill Road in Binghamton burned through the chimney and spread to the interior of... more

Man Sentenced in Predatory Sexual Assault of Child VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2014 - It's 15 years to life for a Port Crane man convicted of Predatory Sexual Assault of a  child: 59-year-old Robert St. Ives was sentenced in Broome County Court today. He was found guilty during... more

Congressman Richard Hanna Reacts to State of the Union VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2014 - "A year of action" is how President Obama described his plans last night in his fifth State of the Union address. Congressman Richard Hanna seems to think that part of the President's year of... more

Science is an Adventure VIEW VIDEO
January 29, 2014 - Here's one way to get kids interested in science. Students at Glenwood Elementary School learned science is an adventure Wednesday. Children grades kindergarten through sixth got the chance to... more

Princeton Review Names BU Great Value School VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2014 - Binghamton University makes Princeton Reviews lists of one of the top 10 university's that offer the best value. BU comes in at number 10 on the list of 75 public universities. Princeton Review... more

Broome County Launches Natural Gas Website VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2014 - A new Broome county natural gas web site has anti-fracking groups angry with its launch. "It's a $6,000 pr stunt on the tax payers dollar," Isaac Silberman-Gorn of Citizen's Action said. Today... more

Arrest Made Following Discovery of Frozen Dog VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2014 - There's been an arrest, following the discovery of a frozen dog in an overturned cage in Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State Police have arrested 27-year-old Matthew Scott Stone of... more

New York Weather Service On Recent String of Cold Temperatures VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2014 - Well, here's some breaking news. It's cold outside. But how cold has it been? Somewhat surprisingly this month won't go down as one of the five coldest Januaries on record. But, we have already... more

ACA Celebrates 75 Years VIEW VIDEO
January 28, 2014 - 2014 marks the 75th anniversary of the American Civic Association with a year-long fundraising push. The Binghamton non-profit agency helps immigrants and refugees in their efforts to become... more

Woman Charged with DWI Following Afternoon Crash VIEW VIDEO
January 27, 2014 - Police say a woman is facing a DWI charge following Monday afternoon crash on North Shore Drive near Riverside Drive.   Police say 43-year-old Lisa Heeman is facing multiple charges including DWI,... more

Preparing Your Taxes VIEW VIDEO
January 27, 2014 - Believe it or not it's that time of the year again to fill out those W-2s.   Gerri Harrison of Ever Evolving Enterprises says January officially marks the start of tax season for her business. ... more

Sheriff Harder to Run Again VIEW VIDEO
January 27, 2014 - Broome County Sheriff David Harder is expected to formally announce on Wednesday that he will run for another term in office. If re-elected, it would be his fifth consecutive term.. The... more

Trial Date Set for Aaron Powell VIEW VIDEO
January 27, 2014 - A trial date set for Aaron Powell, the man accused of killing his estranged wife and her male friend last year. Police say the 40-year-old Powell killed 35-year-old Christina Powell and... more

BOCES Sled Powers Aussies in Olympics VIEW VIDEO
January 27, 2014 - Autobody students at Broome-Tioga BOCES have a special reason why they're pulling for the Australian Bobsled team at the upcoming Olympic Games in Sochi. "The kids are psyched. It's been quire a... more

Police Search for Driver Involved in Two Car Accident VIEW VIDEO
January 27, 2014 - Police are investigating what caused a two car accident on North Shore Drive near Riverside Drive early Monday afternoon. They are also reportedly looking for the driver of the red Volkswagen... more

Police: Man Arrested for Driving into House While Drunk VIEW VIDEO
January 27, 2014 - A Binghamton man is under arrest after police say he drove into a house while driving drunk. 18-year-old Anthony Monk is charged with DWI and a number of traffic violations after police say he... more

Local Businesses Prepare for Valentine's Day VIEW VIDEO
January 26, 2014 - Some love it, some hate it, and some love to hate it. But no matter how you feel about Valentine's Day it's on its way, and local businesses are getting ready. "We're obviously ordering a ton for... more

Catholic Schools Week Kicks Off VIEW VIDEO
January 26, 2014 - Chances are if you were doing some Sunday shopping at the Oakdale Mall today, you may have heard the sounds of music and singing. That's because today marks the first day of "Catholic Schools Week"... more

Knights Of Columbus Hold Pro-Life Event VIEW VIDEO
January 26, 2014 - The Knights of Columbus held a fundraiser today to support a local organization. It was their annual spaghetti dinner that benefits Broome County Right to Life. Hundreds of people dined in or... more

Traditions Looking to Show Community Support of Casino VIEW VIDEO
January 26, 2014 - Traditions at the Glen is thankful for community support after the Binghamton Chamber of Commerce endorsed their project to open a casino last week. Traditions is one of the two local companies... more

Cupid's Chase Registration VIEW VIDEO
January 26, 2014 - If you're looking for a way to give back to the community and have fun while doing it.. you may have your chance this February. Community Options is hosting its 6th Annual Cupid's Chase 5K... more

How to Run a Farm VIEW VIDEO
January 25, 2014 - Have you ever thought about owning your own farm? Members of the community with that dream as well as local farm owners made their way to Binghamton today to for a workshop. Cornell Cooperative... more

Tougher Penalties for Vehicular Manslaughter? VIEW VIDEO
January 24, 2014 - Two days after a Binghamton woman received three to nine years in prison for a drunk-driving crash that killed three people, family members of one of the victims are calling for tougher... more

Final Day Approaching for Vestal 21st Century Auto Workers VIEW VIDEO
January 24, 2014 - April fourth will be the final day at work for 55 people at the 21st Century Auto call center in the University Plaza in Vestal. The lease for 21st Century runs until May 31st but the company will... more

Frozen Dog Found VIEW VIDEO
January 23, 2014 - Dog  lovers  and animal rights activists are outraged and a criminal investigation has been launched , following the discovery of a dog frozen in an upside down cage in Tioga County, Pennsylvania... more

Area Unemployment Numbers Remain Stagnant VIEW VIDEO
January 23, 2014 - The state's unemployment rate is it's lowest since January of 2009. The state added 10,400 private-sector jobs and the unemployment rate dropped from 7.4% to 7.1% from November to... more

Need for Blood on the Rise Due to Weather VIEW VIDEO
January 23, 2014 - A drop in temperatures has unfortunately meant a drop in blood donations throughout the country. Since the beginning of January about 500 Red Cross blood drives have been cancelled due to weather,... more

Jaclyn Wesley: 3-9 Years in 2011 Vehicular Manslaughter Crash VIEW VIDEO
January 22, 2014 - A Broome County judge sentenced Jaclyn Wesley to three to nine years in prison for a 2011 drunk driving crash that killed three people in the Town of Fenton. 26-year-old Wesley, of Binghamton, was... more

Colesville Fire Destroys Home VIEW VIDEO
January 22, 2014 - Eight fire companies were on the scene of house fire in the Town of Colesville Wednesday afternoon. The structure is described as a total loss. The blaze was reported mid-afternoon. No injuries... more

New Requirements Considered for City Employees VIEW VIDEO
January 21, 2014 - If you are looking to hold a city position in Binghamton, you may have to move within the city limits. City council continues to discuss residency requirements for city of Binghamton employees. If... more

Police Make Arrest in Connection to Court Street Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
January 21, 2014 - The Binghamton Police Department has a suspect in custody following Friday's stabbing on the 200th block of Court Street. Police responded to the scene after receiving a call shortly after 4:15 p.m.,... more

Cuomo Delivers Budget Address. VIEW VIDEO
January 21, 2014 - Governor Cuomo laid out his 137.2 Billion dollar spending plan this afternoon for the 2014-15 fiscal year. The total is an increase of 1.8 billion dollars, or 1.3 percent, from last year. It includes... more

Residents March for MLK in Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
January 20, 2014 - Binghamton marked Martin Luther King day with a variety of observances and celebrations.  It was capped off with a march through downtown, beginning at the statue of Dr. King at Peace Maker's Square... more

Bigger, Brighter Signs Welcome Students Back to Campus VIEW VIDEO
January 20, 2014 - Bigger, brighter, more visible than ever.  It's the newly redesigned entrance to the Binghamton University campus. The design, which was unveiled Monday, was selected after an internal competition... more

Ten Million for New B.U. Pharmacy School VIEW VIDEO
January 20, 2014 - In his State Budget Address Tuesday, Governor Cuomo will allocate  10 million dollars to begin developing  Binghamton University's School of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacy.   SOT  "This is... more

Binghamton Police Searching for Three Involved in Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
January 20, 2014 - Binghamton police are asking for your help in finding three people they believe were at the scene of a stabbing on Friday in the parking lot of the Broome County Public Library on Court Street. ... more

Child Playing With Matches Cause of Binghamton Fire VIEW VIDEO
January 20, 2014 - Binghamton fire officials say a child playing with matches in a bedroom caused a fire on Pearne street on Thursday. The blaze happened before six on Thursday morning. When they arrived on scene... more

Children Learn Lessons of Equality Through Puppets VIEW VIDEO
January 20, 2014 - With kids ranging from ages one to twelve years old,  coming up with a way to keep them all focused and entertained isn't always easy. Puppeteer Robert Roger's uses puppets to help kids learn lessons... more

UPDATE Police Investigate Court Street Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
January 19, 2014 - Police released new developments in a downtown Binghamton stabbing that happened Friday afternoon. Binghamton police are now asking for your help identifying three suspects. Police released a... more

Binghamton Youth Symphony Orchestra VIEW VIDEO
January 19, 2014 - The Binghamton Youth Symphony Orchestra held their winter concert today at West Middle School in Binghamton. The Orchestra is made up of musicians from elementary through high school students from... more

Discovery Center to Hold MLK Celebration Tomorrow VIEW VIDEO
January 19, 2014 - Tomorrow people across the country will celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. His famous speech may have happened more than 50 years ago but today children  are still learning about the... more

Fox 40 Says Goodbye to Weekend Meteorologist Kate Thornton VIEW VIDEO
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Teens for Jeans VIEW VIDEO
January 18, 2014 - A well known clothing store is helping local homeless teenagers. If you made your way to the Oakdale Mall this month you may have noticed Aeropostale's and P.S Kids "Teens for Jeans" campaign. The... more

Binghamton House Fire VIEW VIDEO
January 18, 2014 - A mother and daughter managed to escape their home this morning after a fire broke out. The Binghamton fire department responded to 30 Linden Street just before 11 am. Twenty two firefighters put... more

Police Investigating Court Street Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
January 17, 2014 - We are learning more about a stabbing in downtown Binghamton Friday evening. Police say it happened near the 200th block of Court Street around 4:30; earlier Friday evening police roped off the... more

Binghamton Man Arrested After Fight with Girlfriend VIEW VIDEO
January 17, 2014 - A fight between a boyfriend and a girlfriend leads to a man spending time behind bars. Broome County deputies say the fight started at a home in Conklin where David Ware, 28, reportedly hit his... more

83 Schools Listed as Fiscally Stressed by Comptroller VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2014 - 87 schools districts have been labeled as fiscally stressed by the state's comptroller and several of those schools are right here in the Southern Tier. According to the comptrollers office, year... more

Law Makers Show Support for Casino in Broome County VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2014 - There was unanimous support from local law makers Thursday to bring a casino to Broome County. With a state committee expected to award at least one casino license in the Southern Tier, the... more

American Heart Association Kicks of Fundraising VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2014 - Thursday marked the kick-off of a fundraising effort that aims to keep Southern Tier resident's hearts healthy. Heart attack survivors, volunteers and team captains came together at the Broome... more

Early Morning Fire in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2014 - Binghamton fire officials are investigating the cause of a Thursday morning fire on Pearne Street. They say the call came in just before 6am. When they arrived on scene, firefighters found all of... more

STREDC Holds Public Meeting VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2014 - The Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Council discussed Thursday where 81.9 million dollars should be spent to help revitalize the economy. Before the new year Governor Cuomo announced... more

Martin Luther King Junior's National Day of Service VIEW VIDEO
January 16, 2014 - With Martin Luther King Day Monday, local organizations are honoring the civil rights hero with a day of service. Regional Volunteer Center volunteers were at the YMCA in Johnson City Thursday... more

Local Teen Headed to Hollywood VIEW VIDEO
January 15, 2014 - 15-year-old Kaitlyn Jackson of Norwich auditioned in Boston and was given the golden ticket to Hollywood on Wednesday night's season premiere of American idol. Jackson watched the episode at home... more

Federal Funding for Improvements to Otsiningo Park, Deposit Streetscape VIEW VIDEO
January 15, 2014 - Governor Cuomo announced Wednesday federal funding is on the way to improve two pedestrian and bicycle path ways in Broome and Delaware Counties.   825 thousand dollars will go towards... more

Police Investigating Armed Robbery at West Side Mini Mart VIEW VIDEO
January 15, 2014 - Binghamton police are investigating a robbery at knife-point that occurred Sunday morning at the West Side Mini Mart at 96 Main Street. Police say around 8:25 am a man entered the store,... more

16 Arrested In Welfare Fraud Crackdown VIEW VIDEO
January 15, 2014 - 16 people have been arrested after a crackdown on welfare fraud. According to Broome County Executive Debbie Preston, this crackdown will save the county over forty-thousand dollars. In addition... more

Too Early For Budget Numbers But District Wants Resident's Input VIEW VIDEO
January 14, 2014 - Last year, the Binghamton City School District struggled with a 5.3 million dollar deficit which resulted in the loss of 55 positions.  District officials say it's too early to tell what this year's... more

Over 7,700 Dollars Raised in Coaches vs Cancer Tournament VIEW VIDEO
January 14, 2014 - While many students may have spent winter break catching up on their sleep, 300 of them spent some of their time on the basketball court.   The Pete Hyde Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament wasn't all... more

Consumer Sentiment Lowest In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
January 14, 2014 - A new Siena Research Poll shows that consumer sentiment across the state is down.  Binghamton experienced the biggest drop in New York over the past year, where confidence is down 15 percent. ... more

14 Graduate Entrepreneurial Assistance Program VIEW VIDEO
January 14, 2014 - It's a sixty hour program known for its intense work load and it teaches students how to start a business of their own. On Tuesday, friends and family gathered at SUNY Broome to congratulate 14... more

City of Binghamton Appeals Court Decision on Drilling Moratorium VIEW VIDEO
January 14, 2014 - The City of Binghamton is withdrawing an appeal of a state appellate court decision to invalidate a drilling moratorium in the city. Back in December of 2011, city council enacted a two-year ban.... more

Improvements To Be Made at Greater Binghamton Airport VIEW VIDEO
January 14, 2014 - A brighter and more energy efficient experience at the Greater Binghamton Airport, thanks to three-quarters-of-a-million dollars in upgrades. The changes will be funded by state grant money and... more

Flood Insurance Set to Skyrocket VIEW VIDEO
January 14, 2014 - Some help for homeowners in floodplains on Tuesday afternoon from Congress, but will it be enough to provide relief for local homeowners? Rates under the National Flood Insurance Program are set... more

Amber Alert Awareness Day VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2014 - Today is national amber alert awareness day. amber alerts are sent out to help find missing or endangered children.   Many times the alert is used after a child has been abducted or even taken by... more

David to Attend Emergency Preparedness Conference VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2014 - As Mayor of a city that has suffered two major floods since 2006 and the a-c-a shooting in 2009, the newly-elected rich David will attend a crisis preparedness course tomorrow. David will be... more

State Police Investigating Reports of Car Shooting VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2014 - New York State Police in Kirkwood responded to a report of a shooting on 81n in Pennsylvania earlier this evening. According to emergency communications a car pulled behind a disabled car and shot... more

Binghamton Streets to get Facelifts VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2014 - Some Binghamton roads are getting a facelift. Mayor David launched the first wave of emergency pot hole repairs across the city today. The New York state department of transportation is working... more

Assemblyman Resigns Following Rumors VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2014 - State assembly man Dennis Gabryszak has resigned after allegations of sexual  harassment surfaced. the Democrat Represented the Buffalo area. Several of his female employees have come forward... more

Duffy Delivers Cuomo's Message to M-E VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2014 - Lieutenant Governor Robert Duffy delivered the highlights from Governor Cuomo's State of the State address Monday to a crowd at Maine-Endwell High School. But it was some of Cuomo's education... more

American Pickers in Binghamton, Episode Airs Wednesday Night VIEW VIDEO
January 13, 2014 - "Weird and wild", that's the description of the stuff that the crew from the History Channel's American Pickers were looking for when they were in Binghamton back in August. Owners of Showtime... more

Binghamton Neighborhood Evacuates after Gas Leak VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2014 - A Binghamton neighborhood was forced to evacuate there homes after gas meter leak. According to the Binghamton fire chief the incident happened just before 6pm at 54 Felters road. The chief said... more

Cupid's Chase 5K to be Held Next Month VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2014 - If you're looking for a way to give back to the community and have fun while doing it.. you may have your chance this February. Community Options is hosting its 6th Annual Cupid's Chase 5K... more

Local Umpires Learn Drills from the Best VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2014 - Well it's not baseball season yet, but some umpires practiced their best "You're out!", "Strike!", and "Foul!" voices Saturday.   That's because it was the second annual New York State Umpires... more

Seton Catholic Fund Raises for End of School Year VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2014 - Well the end of the school year may seem far away but students are already holding fund raisers to pay for end of the year activities.. Seton Catholic Central in Binghamton held a bottle and can... more

Minor Floods Cause Road Closures VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2014 - Here in the Southern TIer we're all too familiar with the threat of flooding. Parts of Chenango and Broome County experienced some minor flash floods today causing some roads to close. With the... more

Family Still Searching for Answers Eight Years After Loved One Disappears VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2014 - Almost a decade after a Binghamton woman went missing.. her family still has hope. The community gathered Saturday to remember Bambi Madden. Eight years ago Saturday, Bambi was one her way to a... more

High School and College Students Perform Play in "SPARE" Time VIEW VIDEO
January 11, 2014 - A community theatre that tailors to college schedules put on their second performance of an off-broadway play Saturday night.  SPARE Productions presented "Songs for a New World." The musical... more

Fatal Fire in Port Crane VIEW VIDEO
January 10, 2014 - A fire claims the life of a Port Crane woman. Fire officials say they responded to a blaze at the home at 1082 Route 369 in the Town of Fenton around 6:30pm Thursday evening. They say... more

2014 Agenda: Stopping Harassment in Schools VIEW VIDEO
January 10, 2014 - The governor has said he'll propose amending a law to require school officials to report harassment and discrimination against students to law enforcement. Cuomo highlighted a case at Pine Bush... more

Traditions Confident in Opening Casino VIEW VIDEO
January 10, 2014 - Just two days after Governor Cuomo announced a time line for bringing casinos to the state, Traditions says it's confident they'll be chosen to build one. Owners of the resort say the most recent... more

Zoo Family Mourns Loss of Red Panda VIEW VIDEO
January 9, 2014 - The Binghamton Zoo made a sad announcement Thursday morning, the death of one of it's red pandas Xiao-Li. The male panda was six years old and the cause of death is still unknown. However zoo... more

Can the Southern Tier Sustain More than One Casino? VIEW VIDEO
January 9, 2014 - A casino may be coming to the Southern Tier soon. Wednesday, Governor Cuomo set a time line for the process during his State of the State address.   Requests for proposals must be made by this... more

Reaction to Cuomo's Education Proposals VIEW VIDEO
January 9, 2014 - "To the top 10 percent of high school graduates, full scholarshiups to any SUNY or CUNY school if they pursue a math or science career and agree to work in the state of New York for five years," said... more

Change in Plans on How to Bring Grocery Store to Binghamton's North Side VIEW VIDEO
January 9, 2014 - A change in plans Thursday on how the city of Binghamton will bring a grocery store to its north side.   A deal was made for the city to pay a non profit $100,000 to find a grocer.  Former city... more

Man Arrested in Connection with Theft from Local Business VIEW VIDEO
January 9, 2014 - Binghamton Police arrested a Town of Chenango man in connection with a theft that allegedly happened last year. Thirty one year old Timothy Thurber was charged with Grand Larceny. Police say... more

SUNY encourages Economic Development of Community VIEW VIDEO
January 9, 2014 - Looking to play a role in the economic development of the Southern Tier? The good news is that you can. At least that was the message of the guest speaker at a meeting of business and education... more

Binghamton Mayor Rich David's First Week in Office VIEW VIDEO
January 8, 2014 - It's his first full week in office and Binghamton's first Republican mayor in eight years says he's ready to put his plans into action. Although the election took place back in November, Rich... more

Hundreds Temporarily Without Power During Arctic Blast VIEW VIDEO
January 7, 2014 - During one of the coldest nights we've seen so far this season, close to 900 NYSEG customers were temporarily without power. NYSEG spokesperson Clay Ellis said service was restored just before 9... more

SAFE Act Requires Background Checks VIEW VIDEO
January 7, 2014 - If you buy ammunition in New York State, you may soon need to undergo a background check. The New York Safe Act will require retail sellers to do background checks and record sales once a state... more

Salvation Army Providing Shelter to the Homeless During Arctic Blast VIEW VIDEO
January 6, 2014 - When temperatures drop as low as predicted, it's important to stay inside somewhere warm whenever you can.  But if you're homeless,  that may be difficult to do. The Salvation Army on Washington... more

Police Arrest Man in Connection with Burglary in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
January 6, 2014 - Binghamton Police have arrested 41-year old Chad Baker of in connection with burglary at 63 Eldridge Street back on December 22nd. Police are looking to speak with anyone with information on the... more

Cold Blast Makes Schools Consider Closing VIEW VIDEO
January 6, 2014 - For many, last's weeks frigid temperatures happened during winter school vacation.  And with the threat of the cold weather again, some some kids will have to go to school in dangerous wind chill... more

Lost Dog Brings Community Together VIEW VIDEO
January 6, 2014 - If you have a pet or are an animal lover, hearing about a local missing dog can really strike a cord. Well that's exactly what happened when a Johnson City family lost their beloved Yorkie,... more

Man Arrested After Arguing with Police VIEW VIDEO
January 4, 2014 - A Binghamton man was charged with Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest after arguing with police. The incident happened at around 4am Friday. The Broome County Sheriff's Office responded to... more

Binghamton Garage Fire Under Investigation VIEW VIDEO
January 4, 2014 - The Binghamton Fire Department is investigating a garage fire. They believe a kerosene heater may have been the cause..   Firefighters responded to 5 Julian street at around 1:15 Saturday... more

No Garbage Pick-Up in the City of Binghamton Due to Winter Clean-Up
January 3, 2014 - Due to the winter storm clean-up, the City of Binghamton advises residents that there will be no garbage pick-up today.  Residents may leave their garbage at the curb and it will be picked up... more

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and How to Protect Yourself VIEW VIDEO
January 3, 2014 - Carbon monoxide, colorless, odorless and responsible for 400 American deaths each year. That's according to Broome County health officials. And that number spikes during the winter due to... more

How to Avoid Frozen Pipes VIEW VIDEO
January 3, 2014 - This bitter cold weather can be tough enough to deal with. The last thing you want is to have these frigid temperatures wreak havoc with your plumbing. Cold streaks like this can often lead to... more

Tips on Maintaining Your New Year's Resolution VIEW VIDEO
January 3, 2014 - Is losing weight one of your New Year's resolutions? You're not alone. But, experts say, there are things you should and should not do in order to reach your goal. First, you need to decide what... more

First Friday in the Cold VIEW VIDEO
January 3, 2014 - Although lows today were below zero and highs were in the single digits, that didn't stop locals from heading out for some fun. Today was 2014's premier First Friday art walk. Events included... more

Tips to Save on Your Heating Bill VIEW VIDEO
January 3, 2014 - Some of you may be inclined to crank the thermostats up as those temperatures drop... but there are a couple tips to help save on that utility bill. NYSEG officials suggest not setting your... more

Tip for Fire Safety in the Winter Weather VIEW VIDEO
January 3, 2014 - Binghamton fire officials say they have had a decrease in emergency calls the past two days.. The fire fighters credit the cold weather for keeping residents indoors.   They say slippery... more

City Hall Hours Change VIEW VIDEO
January 3, 2014 - Well he is just three days into his first term as Mayor of Binghamton and Rich David is already making changes. The new mayor announced today that he is extending City Hall's hours. Beginning... more

Binghamton Police Investigating Report of Armed Robbery VIEW VIDEO
January 2, 2014 - Binghamton police continue to investigate reports of a robbery at gunpoint on Candall Street. According to scanner traffic, it happened around 4:40 Thursday afternoon.  Police described a pair of... more

On the Road with the Department of Transportation VIEW VIDEO
January 2, 2014 - While authorities are calling for only necessary travel, crews have been out all day removing snow. Fox 40 went on a ride along with the Department of Transportation Thursday.  Employees focus on... more

Staying Physically Fit in 2014 VIEW VIDEO
January 2, 2014 - Hopefully your new year's resolutions are still intact on this January 2nd.  Topping many people's list of goals for 2014 - getting in shape. Whether it's starting to exercise or eat better... more

Getting Your Finances Straight in 2014 VIEW VIDEO
January 2, 2014 - Having financial success is high on many new year's resolutions list. But how to do it, and how to stick to it?   Financial experts say two major goals you should have are to save more and get... more

Rich David Takes Oath of Office, Pledges to Make City Safer VIEW VIDEO
January 1, 2014 - After a recent string of crime in the Southern Tier.. a mayor- elect who pledged on improving public safety took the oath of office Wednesday. "I'm very excited and I'm very eager. I mean this... more

Red Cross: Be Prepared for Snow Days VIEW VIDEO
January 1, 2014 - With another snowstorm on the way, the Southern Tier Red Cross wants to make sure you're prepared in case you get snowed in. Even if less snow than expected comes our way, Red Cross staff say... more

Police: Man Seriously Injured Following Early Morning Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
January 1, 2014 - Binghamton Police are investigating a stabbing that occurred early Wednesday morning.   Little details are being released at this time, but police say it happened around 2:50am at a home on Downs... more

Republican Rich David Sworn in as New Mayor of Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
January 1, 2014 - Binghamton's new mayor says it's time to get to work, specifically to implement his plan for public safety. Republican Rich David was sworn in as the city's 50th mayor Wednesday at city council... more

Family Celebrates New Year with a Newborn VIEW VIDEO
January 1, 2014 - For one couple ringing in the new year meant welcoming their newborn son. The first baby of the new year born in Broome County was delivered at Lourdes Hospital early Wednesday morning.  Ryan... more

Binghamton Police Offer Reward for Armed Robbery Suspect VIEW VIDEO
December 31, 2013 - Binghamton Police are offering a $1,000 reward to catch the suspect in a recent string of robberies. The latest an armed robbery of the five-star deli on Oak Street on Saturday night. Police... more

Boscov's Lease with Binghamton Through 2018 VIEW VIDEO
December 31, 2013 - The City of Binghamton announced details of the lease agreement Boscov's has with the city, a deal that will keep the store downtown until at least 2018. The five-year lease was signed in May. The... more

Binghamton Receives Third Highest Credit Rating VIEW VIDEO
December 30, 2013 - Some good news for the departing mayor during his last days in office, Binghamton has received the third highest credit rating awarded by Moody's Corporation. They've given the city an A-2... more

Rich David Ready to be Binghamton's 50th Mayor VIEW VIDEO
December 30, 2013 - In two days, Binghamton will have a new mayor when Republican Rich David takes office on Wednesday. David said he's eager to get into office as the city's 50th mayor, and get to work on issues... more

Local Attorney's Office 17th Year Offering Free Taxi Rides on New Year's Eve VIEW VIDEO
December 30, 2013 - New Year's Eve and having fun goes hand in hand for most.  For anyone planning to have some drinks to ring in the new year, a local law office is once again providing free taxi rides home.   This... more

"The General" at the Forum VIEW VIDEO
December 29, 2013 - Yesterday we brought you a preview of the Forum's upcoming showing of "The General," and today Fox-40 was there to witness the the event. Hundreds made their way to the showing which featured not... more

Why It's Not Too Late to Get Your Flu Shot VIEW VIDEO
December 29, 2013 - It may be the end of December but it is not to late to get a flu shot. Most people think fall is the only time to get the vaccine. But we talked to one doctor today who says that isn't the case. ... more

Oak Street Robbery Update VIEW VIDEO
December 29, 2013 - Police are still searching for a man who robbed a Binghamton deli Saturday night. The incident happened at around 8:30 at the Five Star Deli and convenience store located on 60 Oak Street. Shown... more

Police Search for Suspect in Convenient Store Robbery VIEW VIDEO
December 28, 2013 - Binghamton Police are looking for a man who robbed a convenient store in Binghamton earlier this evening.  It occurred at around 8:30. Police say the incident happened at the 5 Star Deli and... more

Stop DWI Tournament Kicks Off VIEW VIDEO
December 28, 2013 - Saturday marked the first day of the annual Stop DWI Holiday Classic. Teams from all over the Northeast made their way to Binghamton for the tournament. Two people who were impacted by drunk... more

New Year, New Resolutions VIEW VIDEO
December 28, 2013 - Well only a few days are left in 2013, and many are enjoying their last days of the year. But as we all know, with the new year comes new years resolutions. Many choose to exercise more or eat... more

Preview: The General Comes to The Forum VIEW VIDEO
December 28, 2013 - Searching for something to do Sunday afternoon? The Forum in Binghamton will be presenting "The General", a silent film accompanied by a live organ performance.  The film is set in the Civil War... more

Annual Holiday Jam Benefits A Room to Heal VIEW VIDEO
December 27, 2013 - It's an annual event that lets musicians showcase their talents, all while raising money for a good cause. On Friday, Holiday Jam took place at the Relief Pitcher in Binghamton. In previous... more

Three Suspects Arrested for Shots Fire in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 27, 2013 - Binghamton Police arrested three suspects in a drive by shooting Thursday. It happened at around 4 p.m. near the area of Manear Street and Rush Avenue. 35-year-old James Durham, 35-year-old... more

Celebrating Kwanza VIEW VIDEO
December 27, 2013 - Christmas may be over but the holidays are still being celebrated. Thursday was the first day of Kwanza. The holiday originated in Africa in 1966 but is celebrated throughout the world. On... more

Law Enforcement Searches for Suspects in Drive-by Shooting VIEW VIDEO
December 26, 2013 - Detectives are still looking for suspects who fired multiple shots on the south side of Binghamton. Shortly after 4 p.m Thursday, police responded to the area of Rush Ave and Manier St. Fox 40... more

Christmas Eve Stabbing in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 26, 2013 - Binghamton detectives are looking for suspects in a Christmas Eve stabbing. Police are responding to reports of a stabbing at 30 Mather Street on the city's Westside at about 9 p-m on Christmas... more

Grant for Binghamton Green Infrastructure VIEW VIDEO
December 26, 2013 - A new grant of 48 thousand  five hundred dollars has been received by the city of Binghamton this week.   The grant came from the Hoyt Foundation, and will create green storm water and landscaping... more

Gearing up for New Years Resolutions VIEW VIDEO
December 26, 2013 - Well there's only a few days left in 2013, and many are starting to make New Years Resolutions. The most common--- to be healthier and work out more. American Family Fitness in Vestal says they... more

December 26, 2013 - Some changes to your morning commute Friday. State Route 17 West between Front Street and Airport Road exits will be reduced to one lane from 8am to 3pm. Crews will be performing drainage... more

Police Seeking Suspect in Another Store Robbery VIEW VIDEO
December 24, 2013 - Binghamton Police are asking for your help in the latest robbery of a convenience store.  This one took place last night just before 10:30 at the Mirabito Quickway at 1178 Vestal ave on the... more

Binghamton Man Under Arrest After Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
December 24, 2013 - A Binghamton man is in jail charged with second degree assault after police say he stabbed another man on Sunday in downtown Binghamton. 31-year-old Deshawn Maddicks of 260 Washington Street... more

Binghamton's Unemployment Rate, Job Count Drop VIEW VIDEO
December 24, 2013 - The Binghamton area had it's lowest number private-sector and nonfarm jobs in November than any November since 1990.   But Binghamton's unemployment rate in November was 7.1 percent, down from 7.3... more

Police Need Help Finding Missing Kirkwood Woman VIEW VIDEO
December 23, 2013 - A missing vulnerable adult alert is still active as police continue to look for a missing elderly Kirkwood woman. Helen Oltz is 88-years-old and has Dementia. She has been missing since 10... more

Buza's Christmasland Lighting the Neighborhood with Joy for a Good Cause VIEW VIDEO
December 23, 2013 - This year was the Buza family's 30th year putting on their elaborate Christmas light display called Buza's Christmasland. "We started off very humbly with basically a string of lights and a Santa... more

Vestal Elks Lodge Presents Toys Catholic Charities VIEW VIDEO
December 23, 2013 - The holidays are a time of giving. And for those families who may be facing difficult times, two local organizations are making this time of year a little easier. Members of the Vestal Elks Lodge... more

Close Call on the Chance of a White Christmas VIEW VIDEO
December 23, 2013 - This past weekend's above average temperatures combined with lots of rainfall washed away most of the snow in our area. But, the forecast calls for a slight chance of seeing some snowflakes for... more

Man Stabbed in Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 22, 2013 - A man in Binghamton was stabbed in an apartment Sunday evening. According to Binghamton police they received the call just after five pm. They arrived at 260 Washington Street... right next to... more

Local Church Crosses Borders for Charity VIEW VIDEO
December 22, 2013 - The congregation of the Southern Tier Family Life Church gathered on Sunday for their weekly mass, and to reflect on the spirit of giving. "We reached out to the nation of Honduras and brought... more

Local Church Provides Food for the Needy VIEW VIDEO
December 22, 2013 - While this time of the year is a time for celebration... but  it is also a time for giving... And many in the area will be without food this holiday season. Trinity Memorial church in Binghamton... more

Binghamton's Airport is Ready for Holiday Travelers VIEW VIDEO
December 21, 2013 - With the holidays right around the corner many area residents, and even students from nearby colleges are packing their bags and heading to the Greater Binghamton Airport. "This is the latest... more

Families Head to Jungle Bells to See Furry Friends VIEW VIDEO
December 21, 2013 - Well zoos may be closed for the season but families still had a chance to see some animals Saturday. Animal Adventure held a "Jungle Bell" event at The Forum Theatre in Binghamton. The... more

Administrations Disagree Over Northside Grocery Store VIEW VIDEO
December 20, 2013 - More arguing between incoming and outgoing administrations in the City of Binghamton.  This time, it's about spending 100-thousand dollars toward getting a grocery store on the Northside.   Mayor... more

Robbery at Alaska Quick Mart in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 20, 2013 - Police are investigating a robbery at the Alaska Quick Mart on Chenango Street in Binghamton. The call came in around 7:15 Friday evening. Police say they are looking for a suspect described... more

Suspects in Gruesome November Mygatt Street Murder Arraigned VIEW VIDEO
December 20, 2013 - Nearly 20 friends and family members of 23-year-old Jordan Dordell watched at the Broome County Courthouse Friday as formal charges were read to his alleged killers. "I know it was just an... more

Future of Broome Developmental Center VIEW VIDEO
December 20, 2013 - With Thursday's announced deal to keep open psychiatric centers in Binghamton and Elmira, attention now turns to the fate of the Binghamton Developmental Center. In a plan announced by the state... more

Binghamton Man Facing Charges After Stealing Car VIEW VIDEO
December 20, 2013 - A Binghamton man is facing charges after sheriff's deputies say he not only stole a car but also got into an accident with it. Deputies say 19-year-old Cody Muellers is charged with stealing a... more

Prospect Mountain Construction Season Comes to an End VIEW VIDEO
December 20, 2013 - Your commute may get a little shorter as the construction season for the Prospect Mountain Project comes to an end Friday. 54-million-dollars worth of work has been completed within the last year... more

Comprehensive Plan Passed by County Legislature VIEW VIDEO
December 19, 2013 - For the first time in 50 years, Broome County has a Comprehensive Plan for the future. The County Legislature approved the plan Thursday evening which includes nine specific vision items that aim... more

Steps Taken To Replace Scoreboard At Veterans Memorial Arena VIEW VIDEO
December 19, 2013 - On Thursday, the County Legislature passed a resolution authorizing the Veterans Memorial Arena manager to hire a consultant for a new video scoreboard. Chairman Jerry Marinich says the manager... more

Millennium Pipeline on Hold for Binghamton Area VIEW VIDEO
December 19, 2013 - Anti-pipeline activists are calling it a partial victory, pipeline officials are calling it a market-driven decision. The Millennium Pipeline company has said a proposal to run a pipeline from the... more

Greater Binghamton Health Center to Remain Open VIEW VIDEO
December 19, 2013 - A big relief for two Southern Tier mental health hospitals Thursday. Governor Cuomo announced the Greater Binghamton Health Center and Elmira Psychiatric Center will remain open. As of... more

Seton Students Spend Holiday In Haiti VIEW VIDEO
December 19, 2013 - A group of students at Seton Catholic will be spending their Christmas holiday giving away presents instead of opening them, and doing so in a third-world nation. The group is conducting a mission... more

Fighting Blight in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2013 - City officials say they are making strides in the fight against blight.   On Wednesday night, a meeting was held to share the progress they've made with residents. Binghamton's Director of... more

Tractor Trailer Wipes Out Lightpost at Roundabout VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2013 - On Wednesday night, another tractor trailer failed to navigate the roundabout in downtown Binghamton. According to Mayor Matt Ryan's spokesperson, the tractor trailer was heading toward downtown... more

City Council Approves CDGB Funds, $10,000 for RSVP Program VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2013 - At Wednesday night's business meeting, Binghamton City Council approved funding that will help Catholic Charities maintain transportation services for seniors. Catholic Charities' RSVP senior... more

What Role Will Courts Play in Fracking Fight? VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2013 - The trustee for bankrupt Norse Energy has sued Governor Cuomo, as well as State Health Commissioner Nirav Shah and DEC commissioner Joe Martens. The suit asks the court to force the state to finalize... more

Binghamton High School Students Create a Company VIEW VIDEO
December 18, 2013 - Just three months ago, 18 Binghamton high school students were given $150 dollars and asked to create a successful business. "This was the real deal," Julie Keenan, Business Education Teacher at BHS... more

Construction of New MacArthur Elementary Two Months Behind VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2013 - Binghamton School District officials said at a school board meeting Tuesday night that construction plans for MacArthur Elementary School are about two months behind.    Assistant Superintendent... more

Citizen Action Calls on Congress to Preserve Food Stamps VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2013 - With the looming threat of cuts in food stamp funding, local activists are calling on Congressman Hanna to vote against any Farm Bill that would negatively impact those who depend on the Supplemental... more

String of Robberies Continues VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2013 - Broome County Sheriff's are searching for a man they believe is responsible for multiple robberies in the area. The most recent one, Monday night at Xtramart 1757 on Route 12 in the Town of... more

Ryan Points to Accomplishments During Eight Years in Office VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2013 - When Matt Ryan talks about his accomplishments in two terms as Binghamton Mayor - he touts fiscal responsibility. Ryan specifically point to adding six million dollars to the city's unassigned fund... more

Debate Over Closing Mental Health Facilities Continues VIEW VIDEO
December 17, 2013 - Mental health advocates are in Albany asking lawmakers to back Governor Cuomo's 72 million dollar plan to close psychiatric centers and replace them with community hubs. The move would shut down... more

Partial Funding Expected to be Restored to Catholic Charities RSVP Program VIEW VIDEO
December 16, 2013 - Partial funding is expected to be restored to a program several seniors in the area depend on.   Catholic Charities' RSVP senior transportation program was on the verge of receiving no funding... more

Changing the State Street Park Back to its Original Name VIEW VIDEO
December 16, 2013 - Many refer to the park in Binghamton's Northside along State Street as the State Street Park, but what most people don't know is that its technically called the Phelps Park. Its original name,... more

How Binghamton Residents Can Help Fight Blight VIEW VIDEO
December 16, 2013 - Binghamton residents concerned about blight will have the chance to learn what the city is doing to revitalize the area.     On Wednesday, officials will host an open community meeting in... more

Relief for Joint Sewage Treatment Plant VIEW VIDEO
December 16, 2013 - The Binghamton-Johnson City joint sewage treatment plant received a big boost for flood repair on Monday. The Governor's office announced Monday a $30.32 million loan package from the state for... more

Yonkers Man Facing Charges After Four Binghamton Robberies VIEW VIDEO
December 16, 2013 - Police make an arrest in Westchester County in connection with four burglaries on the Westside of the City.  Binghamton Police say 22-year-old Timothy Bryant of Yonkers is facing charges relating... more

Santa Helps Raise Funds for CHOW VIEW VIDEO
December 15, 2013 - Santa also made a stop at the Chow warehouse Sunday. Families were asked to bring a food donation. It's one of the charities biggest . fund raisers. Families took pictures with Santa. Children... more

Fun in the Snow VIEW VIDEO
December 15, 2013 - We had our first big snow fall here in the southern tier Saturday night and got tons of snow! And when you get snow you can always expect to see children and families enjoying it. Dozens of... more

Bidders Find New Homes and Land at Broome County Auction VIEW VIDEO
December 14, 2013 - Broome County auctioned off  tax foreclosed properties Saturday. And people gathered at the Holiday Inn in Binghamton to place their bids. Properties ranged from houses, to open lots, and even... more

Meeting Santa for a Cause VIEW VIDEO
December 14, 2013 - Mirabito Energy Products hosted it's Annual Holiday Gathering Saturday at the MetroCenter in downtown Binghamton.     The event was to benefit CHOW. It was open to the whole community. People ate... more

Nickelodeon Director Stops by SUNY Broome VIEW VIDEO
December 13, 2013 - SUNY Broome students with a knack for snappy dialogue and vivid characters got a chance to impress a network TV executive on Friday. Karen Kirkland, writing director at Nickelodeon, gave a... more

Latest Robbery Could be Connected with Others VIEW VIDEO
December 13, 2013 - An armed robbery in the Town of Fenton is believed to be connected with seven others in the area over the course of the past month. The robbery happened Thursday night just before 11:00pm at the... more

Lupardo: State Not Ready for Legalized Pot VIEW VIDEO
December 13, 2013 - There's been more talk about legalizing marijuana in New York State. It comes after State Senator Liz Krueger of Manhattan introduced legislation that would tax and regulate marijuana similar to... more

Adopt a Family Program Brightens Holidays VIEW VIDEO
December 13, 2013 - Hundreds of local kids will get presents and even some much-needed staples thanks to a program that allows people to adopt families in need. The Family Enrichment Network runs the program which... more

Holiday Care Package Sent Overseas to Local Servicemen VIEW VIDEO
December 13, 2013 - They may be thousands of miles from home, but local servicemen and women serving in Afghanistan will get a special treat thanks to folks at SUNY Broome. Students and staff collected items to send... more

Mayor Ryan 'Roasted' VIEW VIDEO
December 13, 2013 - They had some good writers Friday night at the Toast and Roast of out going Binghamton mayor matt ryan:   It was at the Double Tree in the downtown, and it featured some reviews, and observations... more

Libous Won't Back Pot Bill VIEW VIDEO
December 12, 2013 - What is the shape of things to come concerning possible legalization of pot in New York state? State Senator Liz Krueger of Manhattan has introduced legislation that would tax and regulate... more

United Way says Thank You at the Roberson VIEW VIDEO
December 12, 2013 - With the holidays right around the corner, the Roberson mansion is decked out with  festive spirit. The United Way of Broome County was able to take advantage of that Thursday evening, as they... more

Women's Home Back in Business After Lawsuit VIEW VIDEO
December 12, 2013 - A home helping women in the area is back in business after a federal lawsuit against the Town of Vestal. The Town of Vestal has agreed to pay the Candlehouse Teen Challenge's lawyers $270,000... more

State Funds on the Way to Roberson Museum VIEW VIDEO
December 12, 2013 - The Roberson Museum and Science Center will also benefit from the economic funds from the state. Roberson got $500,000 in the latest round of funding which the facility will use to repair the... more

SUNY Broome's Giving of the Toys VIEW VIDEO
December 12, 2013 - Hundreds of local families will have a brighter Christmas thanks to SUNY Broome's Giving of the Toys. More than 60 clubs and organizations through out the school collected toys for Thursday's... more

Locals React to Pope Francis as Man of the Year VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2013 - Fox 40 got local reaction Wednesday to Time Magazine's selection for person of the year.     The magazine has named Pope Francis.The pope has been drawing heavy attention around the world because... more

Neighborhood Watch Group to Celebrate One Year VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2013 - Concerned about something happening in your neighborhood? Well if you live in the Town of Binghamton, you can do something about it Thursday night.   The town's neighborhood watch group is... more

Southern Tier Receives $81.9 Million in Regional Economic Development Council Awards VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2013 - In Albany Wednesday, all ten regions of New York Start part of the Regional Economic Development Council were awarded a portion of $715.9 million. This year was the third round of the Regional... more

Not Guilty Plea for Man Accused of Sergio Beldo's Murder VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2013 - A not guilty plea Wednesday from the man accused of second degree murder in the death of Sergio Beldo. The 27-year-old Beldo, of Binghamton, shown here, was allegedly shot by 21-year-old  Trevis... more

Shots Fired on Cypress Street in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2013 - Binghamton Police are investigating shots fired at an apartment building on Cypress Street. Police received the call around 9:30 Tuesday night. They say six shots were fired into the apartment... more

Dealing with Loss During the Holidays VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2013 - This will be Helen Kaschak's first Christmas without her son John Janos, a Binghamton firefighter who died on the job in April. "You need people around you and it is hard at the holidays," said... more

Operation Santa VIEW VIDEO
December 11, 2013 - Dozens of elementary school kids in Binghamton will have more to unwrap during the holidays thanks to staff and students at Binghamton University. The members of BU's Annual Student Association... more

Binghamton School District Hosts Budget Round Table Discussion VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2013 - The Binghamton City School District wants parents' input as they prepare the budget for the 2014-2015 school year. A roundtable discussion was held Tuesday night to inform parents about the... more

City of Binghamton Helps Seniors File for STAR VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2013 - Binghamton seniors looking for help registering for the STAR property tax exemption got some help from the city Tuesday.   A representative from the city was at the First Ward Senior Center to... more

A Plan to Move Broome County in the Right Direction VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2013 - A plan is set in motion to help move Broome County in a positive direction in variety of things such as economic development, infrastructure, and the use of resources.  It's the first county wide... more

Binghamton Man Arrested for Sexual Abusing an Underaged Girl VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2013 - Authorities arrest a man accused of sexually abusing a female under the age of 16 over several years. 47-year-old  Roy John Rogers, of Binghamton is charged with 1st Degree  Sexual Abuse. The... more

Southern Tier Independence Center Celebrates 30 Years of Service VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2013 - The Southern Tier Independence Center in Binghamton celebrated 30 years of helping those with disabilities.   The center began in 1983 with four employees and a $100,000 state grant. Today,... more

SUNY Broome Gets Behind the Scenes Tour of BGM Airport TSA VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2013 - Homeland Security students at SUNY Broome found out first hand that keeping flyers safe isn't as simple as it may look. The students took a behind-the-scenes tour at the Greater Binghamton... more

Did You Get Your Flu Shot? It's National Influenza Vaccination Week VIEW VIDEO
December 10, 2013 - A holiday present that nobody is looking to get this year is the flu.  But, it's not too late to get your flu shot. On December12th, the Broome County Health Department will be holding a flu... more

Schumer: New Fire Hydrant Regulations "Absurd" VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2013 - Senator Charles Schumer is calling the new EPA restrictions over the lead in the metal fire hydrants regulations "absurd".   It's a suddenly announced EPA rule that goes into effect in January. ... more

Update on Traffic Signal Study VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2013 - According to the Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation study, the city might actually save money on traffic lights.   The city's Public Works and Engineering Department have been studying the... more

The Tradition of a Non-Traditional Christmas Tree VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2013 - For the last nine years, Nancy Libous has taken "deck the halls" to a whole new level.  Each she makes a character out of her Christmas tree.  There's been a nutcracker, a snowman, a pequin, and even... more

Day of Action: Protest Against Common Core VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2013 - The controversy over the Common Core education standards flared up again Monday. Educators, students, and union members gathered in Binghamton  as part of what advocates called a Day of Action to... more

Superintendent: Common Core Growth Pains Worth It VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2013 - Meanwhile, some local education leaders say the growing pains associated with implementing the Common Core are worth it. Maine-Endwell Superintendent Jason Fossen, whose district is working with... more

Kirkwood Man Facing Charges After Fatal Car Crash Near Rochester VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2013 - A Kirkwood man is facing charges after police found him unconscious and smelling of alcohol at the scene of a fatal car accident. The crash happened Saturday morning in Gates, Monroe County.... more

Discovery Center Unveils New Room VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2013 - A ribbon cutting Monday opens a whole new world for youngsters at the Discovery Center.     It's a new room called "Kids Commons" in an all-purpose space. It will be used by the... more

Impact Project Repairs Local Woman's Home VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2013 - This is Mary Pratt. She's lived in her house on Oakdale Road in Johnson City for 30 years.   "She's finally getting something her way, and it just means the world," said Jay Romano, Mary's... more

Broome County Library's Food for Fines VIEW VIDEO
December 9, 2013 - Late on returning your library books? You could be just in time to help feed the hungry in the area. From now through January 2nd of 2014 you can receive one dollar off your fine for each... more

Annual Santa Run Spreads Holiday Cheer in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 8, 2013 - Today Santa Claus came to town in a big way.   "I've seen a lot of people dressed up as Santa," said 9 year old Avery Rose. In fact, hundreds of Santas lined the streets of downtown... more

Local Athletes Gather to Celebrate Business and Charity VIEW VIDEO
December 8, 2013 - Local athletes gathered Sunday night to celebrate a local sports organization and raise money for a cause close to one members heart. The BX Player Development group hosted its 2nd Annual Winter... more

Local Church Spreads Christmas Cheer VIEW VIDEO
December 8, 2013 - Christmas is a time for spreading holiday spirit, good will and help to others. Sunday, Fairview United Methodist Church in Binghamton took that to a new level. Members of the church road... more

Dozens Perform at Seton Catholic Central Christmas Party VIEW VIDEO
December 8, 2013 - Seton Catholic Central also hosted it's annual Christmas Party and student showcase Sunday and almost a thousand people came out to see the musical event. Seton students, students from local... more

Binghamton Police Still Seeking Robber VIEW VIDEO
December 7, 2013 - Late Saturday night, Binghamton Police continued to look for a masked man who appeared to have a handgun on him, when he held up the Leroy package store on Leroy Street,  Friday night around... more

Gingerbread Village at the Discovery Center VIEW VIDEO
December 7, 2013 - Did you know that Santa's workshop is right next to a gingerbread village?   It is, at the Discovery Center in Binghamton. And it was opened to the public on Saturday, featuring a theme of... more

Binghamton Schools Confirm Asbestos Reports VIEW VIDEO
December 6, 2013 - The Binghamton School District has responded to the asbestos found in three of the city schools after letters were sent home to parents. Assistant Superintendent Karry Mullins said the asbestos... more

Police: Driver of tractor trailer turnover was drinking VIEW VIDEO
December 6, 2013 - A Pennsylvania man is under arrest after police say he was driving drunk when his tractor trailer flipped over early Friday morning on Route 81 Southbound. 51-year-old Wayne Davis of Moosic is... more

Ryan's Engineer Appointment Draw's Fire VIEW VIDEO
December 6, 2013 - Should an outgoing mayor be able to make appointments that take affect after he leaves office? In one case, Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan says yes, and city council agreed. But the incoming mayor... more

Asbestos Found in Two More Binghamton Schools VIEW VIDEO
December 5, 2013 - More asbestos has been found in Binghamton school buildings. According to a letter sent home to parents on Wednesday, asbestos was found in crawl spaces at West Middle School and Woodrow Wilson... more

Early Morning Fire Sends Three to Hospital VIEW VIDEO
December 5, 2013 - An fire in Binghamton sends three people to the hospital, including an infant, after a dramatic rescue early Thursday morning.   Upon arrival at 44-46 Park Street, the Binghamton Fire Department... more

Class Project Ends in Wedding Vows VIEW VIDEO
December 5, 2013 - Ever think of going back to the middle ages to marry a prince or a princess?   You could do that Thursday at St. Cyril's Church on Clinton Street. The medieval-themed mock wedding was a class... more

SUNY BEST Discusses Affordable Care Act and Small Businesses VIEW VIDEO
December 5, 2013 - What small businesses don't know about the Affordable Care Act could hurt them. Thursday in Binghamton a small business adviser went over the tax credits, legal mandates, and updated information... more

Sam's Club Donates to Bandera Family Christmas Dinner VIEW VIDEO
December 5, 2013 - A big donation goes to a Binghamton tradition that feeds thousands. Sam's club donated a $2,500 dollar check to the Bandera family for it's annual Christmas dinner Thursday.     The dinner is... more

Protesters Camp Out at Local McDonald's to Fight Low Wages VIEW VIDEO
December 5, 2013 - They're not loving it. Protesters, that is, who camped out in front of the McDonald's on Main Street in Binghamton to protest what they call the low wages that many fast-food workers try to live... more

City Council Hears Public Opinion on Proposed Public Arts Commission VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2013 - The majority of speakers at Wednesday night's Binghamton City Council meeting want to see a public arts commission in Binghamton. Creating a new commission was the topic of discussion at Monday... more

Police Arrest Binghamton Man in Connection to Four Crimes VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2013 - Police arrested a man in connection with not one, but four crimes including robbery, larceny, and burglary, over a period of a single month.   Cecil U. Marshall of Binghamton is accused of... more

135 Broome County Properties to be Auctioned Off VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2013 - Looking for a place to call home? If yes, you might think of going to the Broome County Tax foreclosure auction.   It's Saturday, December 14th, at Binghamton's Holiday Inn starting at... more

Carousels to Remain Open Through December VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2013 - Area carousels are usually closed this time of year but thanks to a special guest, the one in Recreation Park in Binghamton will be open for the three Saturdays leading into Christmas. Santa Claus... more

Grand Chanukah Car Parade in Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2013 - The Binghamton University Chabad lit up the last night of Chanukah Wednesday evening in an unusual way, menorahs, on top of cars. It was called the "Car Menorah Parade", which included more than... more

What Next Following Failed Merger Vote? VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2013 - What's next for parents and students in Chenango Valley and Chenango Forks? Voters in Forks said no to a potential merger which stopped the process for now. 2,015 voters in Chenango Forks voted... more

Conklin Man Arrested for Illegal Drug Charges VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2013 - A Conklin man who authorities say crashed into an unmarked state police car twice during a pursuit is under arrest  for possession of illegal drugs worth more than $20,000. 36-year-old Jason Carl,... more

Regional Economic Awards to be Announced VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2013 - Millions of dollars in state economic development aid will be making its way to the Southern Tier but the question is how much and for which projects. The state will announce its regional economic... more

Business Lobby Critical of Campaign Finance Reform VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2013 - Two days after the Governor's commission investigating corruption in Albany suggested public financing of state campaigns, a pro-business lobbying group looking to spur upstate growth says such a... more

Binghamton High School Students Light Tree to Remember VIEW VIDEO
December 4, 2013 - Binghamton High School students came together to remember a former student and raise awareness about the dangers of drinking and driving. Binghamton High School's students against destructive... more

Local Leaders Discuss Youth Mentor Program in Binghamton
December 4, 2013 - Local agencies joined forces with the Binghamton City School District Wednesday to help youth in the area.   Representatives from the city of Binghamton Youth Bureau, local colleges and other... more

New Legislation Could Mean a Tax Break for Local Breweries VIEW VIDEO
December 3, 2013 - Local breweries may receive quite the tax break in the not too distant future. The bill called the "Small Brew Act of 2013" would cut taxes for each barrel of craft beer by 50%. The current... more

Giving Tuesday: Santa's Helpers Bring Toys to Tots VIEW VIDEO
December 3, 2013 - "Building blocks.  All this stuff is brand new. Baseball gloves," said Bob Tokos, Toys for Tots Volunteer of 18 years.  Bob Tokos has been one of Santa's helpers for the past 18 years. His North... more

Police: Man Cuts off Sheriff's Car, Arrested on Drug Charges VIEW VIDEO
December 3, 2013 - Police have arrested a man on drug charges after police say a man cut off a sheriff deputy's patrol car. According to police, 23-year-old Mark McManus of Binghamton failed to yield the right of... more

Binghamton Parking Garage Concerns VIEW VIDEO
December 3, 2013 - A Binghamton parking garage has become a safety concern for some downtown. The city has fielded concerns about the conditions of the Collier Street parking ramp. The ramp is almost... more

Columbus Park Gearing Up for Summer Fun VIEW VIDEO
December 3, 2013 - Although winter is upon us, Binghamton residents can start looking forward to a fun summer at Columbus Park. The park will undergo renovations to remove the current fountain and replace it with a... more

Promoting the Arts in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
December 2, 2013 - With Binghamton's growing art scene and the success of First Friday, does the city need a Public Arts Commission?   That was the question Binghamton City Council discussed Monday night.  The... more

Happy Return to Coolidge Elementary VIEW VIDEO
December 2, 2013 - Monday's return to Calvin Coolidge Elementary was more than a first day back for students and teachers. "One of the teachers did send me a message this morning saying she was so excited because it... more

Urban Farming in Binghamton to Receive Funding VIEW VIDEO
December 2, 2013 - A special city council meeting began late Monday afternoon to address funding for a local non-profit looking to promote urban farming. VINES is a local charity that focuses on urban gardens,... more

200 More Trees in Binghamton Thanks to NASCAR VIEW VIDEO
December 2, 2013 - More than 200 trees will be planted in Binghamton thanks in large part to NASCAR. A donation from the NASCAR Green Initiative has resulted in over 90 trees being planted in the city over the past... more

Lourdes Holds Masquerade Jewelry Sale VIEW VIDEO
December 2, 2013 - Five dollars doesn't seem like a lot of money, but it can do a lot for a local hospital and your wardrobe.   Earrings, necklaces, watches, and purses were some  of the items being sold Monday at... more

Construction Begins on Prospect Mountain VIEW VIDEO
December 1, 2013 - Prospect Mountain Construction may effect holiday and work travel this week while crews work on streets in the city of Binghamton. Beginning tomorrow Front street between prospect street and... more

A Holiday Tradition at Roberson Museum VIEW VIDEO
December 1, 2013 - The Roberson Museum is continuing its holiday tree showcase and now that Thanksgiving is over its encouraging everyone to come visit. Dozens of trees are displayed throughout the mansion as part... more

Binghamton Alternate Street Parking to Go Into Effect VIEW VIDEO
November 30, 2013 - Now that winter is here the city of Binghamton's Alternate street parking policy will go into effect Sunday, December 1st and last until March 15th. During that time period residents must park on... more

Local Businesses Come Together for Small Business Saturday VIEW VIDEO
November 30, 2013 - Many locals were out shopping again today, but this time for a different reason.   "We're about serving our community and we want the people to know that we're here for them because they're here... more

Shoppers Head to Binghamton for Black Friday Sales VIEW VIDEO
November 29, 2013 - Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year here in the United States, and it's no different right here in the Southern Tier. "It's not as bad as everybody says! I don't think it is.... more

"Give Back Friday" Brings in Record Number of Toys VIEW VIDEO
November 29, 2013 - In Broome County, residents are doing their part to make sure every child in the area has a present to open on Christmas.   The Children's Charity of Greater Binghamton is hosted their 6th annual... more

Ride and Rally Saturday for Fallen BMX Biker VIEW VIDEO
November 29, 2013 - Bikers will gather Saturday afternoon to ride in memory of a 23 year BMX rider killed in his home earlier this month.    A benefit ride and rally for Jordan Dordell and his family will be held... more

Binghamton's Alternate Street Parking Begins Dec. First
November 29, 2013 - In Binghamton, city residents will be keeping track of odd and even days beginning December first. That is when alternate street parking rules go into effect. Here is a refresher, in case you... more

Holiday Season Brings More Travel VIEW VIDEO
November 29, 2013 - With the holiday season upon us, many are doing some extra traveling. Local law enforcement wants to remind people how important it is to be safe on the roads. Officials say drivers must stay... more

Slippery Streets are in the Forecast VIEW VIDEO
November 27, 2013 - Roads late Wednesddy night were slick in parts, but fears of a really messy situation had subsided. But there is still a need for caution if you're going to be out overnight. By clicking the... more

Poll Numbers Give Support to Anti-Frackers VIEW VIDEO
November 27, 2013 - A pair of state polls show a plurality of New Yorkers oppose fracking...   A Marist poll reports 47% of adults in New York oppose the drilling technique as opposed to 37% who support it. A... more

Local Unemployment Numbers Look Hopeful, or So it Would Seem VIEW VIDEO
November 27, 2013 - The unemployment rate in Binghamton is down, but it's not all good news according to a State Labor economist... The jobless rate in Binghamton was 7.3% in October, down from 8.2% in Cctober of... more

Salvation Army Holds Annual Thanksgiving Dinner, and Asks for Volunteer Bell Ringers VIEW VIDEO
November 27, 2013 - Some Binghamton residents were treated to a Thanksgiving meal one day early. Although the Salvation Army serves meals seven days a week, Wednesday on Washington Street in downtown Binghamton,... more

BHS Students Prep for Thanksgiving Day Dinner for the Needy VIEW VIDEO
November 27, 2013 - Students at a Binghamton High School are giving up part of their vacation to make sure everyone in the community can have a Thanksgiving Day dinner. "It's really a great thing to do for the... more

Schumer Wants to Crack Down on Copper Thievery VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2013 - When the price of scrap metal increases, so do thefts, especially copper. Yvonne Nezelek and her family have owned a home on 33 Pulaski Street in the Town of Dickinson for decades.  The family... more

Tractor Trailer Rolls Over on Route 81 VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2013 - Accidents of all sorts are being reported in the area Tuesday evening as hazardous road condition persist, because of the weather. Earlier in the say, however, state police say it was excessive... more

Holiday Train Helps Feed Hungry VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2013 - Despite the rough weather, the Canadian Pacific's Holiday Train appeared earlier than its scheduled 8:30 arrival time Tuesday evening at the Binghamton East Rail Yard on Conklin Avenue. Each year,... more

Staying Safe For Holiday Travels VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2013 - Despite the harsh weather, it's estimated that there still will be 44 million Americans traveling this Thanksgiving holiday. But considering what you can run into on the road in weather like this,... more

Senator Libous to Cuomo: Stop Closures VIEW VIDEO
November 26, 2013 - Senator Tom Libous made moves Tuesday in his plans to freeze the closure of mental health facilities in the area.   Along with other local legislatures he met with the governor's office Tuesday to... more

Wednesday Classes Cancelled at B.U.
November 26, 2013 - Due to the weather, all Binghamton University classes for Wednesday, November 27th are cancelled.  Employees will report as... more

Hundreds of Parents, Teachers Attend Common Core Forum VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2013 - At his second public forum in Binghamton, New York State Education Commissioner Dr. John King was greeted by West Middle School teachers dressed in uniform. "We're not sure Commissioner King is... more

Schumer Wants Tougher Penalties for Cellphone Spam VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2013 - Can you hear me now?  Cut out the spam calls on cellphones, or face big fines and even jail time:   That's what New York Senator Charles Schumer wants  telemarketers who violate federal "do not... more

E-Z Passes for Sale at Local Grocery Stores VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2013 - Governor Cuomo says he wants to ease your way during holiday travels over the New York Thruway. So, starting today (Monday), you can purchase E-Z Passes while shopping at popular supermarkets... more

Local Soldier Returns Home for the Holidays VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2013 - One soldier is home just in time for the holidays. Kyle Terry, a staff sergeant for the Airforce, returned home Monday after his nine month deployment in Afghanistan. Staff Sergeant Terry says... more

City Initiative Proves To Be a Success VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2013 - A Binghamton program focusing on removing blight and making neighborhoods cleaner proved to be a success Monday. Mayor Ryan unveiled the first home completed from the city's One Dollar Healthy... more

Chesapeake Releases BU Foundation Gas Lease VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2013 - A 563-acre parcel of land in Endicott is no longer under lease to gas company Chesapeake Apalachia, LLC. The company released the Binghamton University Foundation from the lease according to... more

Seton Catholic Central Helps Feed Families On Thanksgiving VIEW VIDEO
November 25, 2013 - Seton Catholic Central Students are doing their part to make sure no family is hungry this Thanksgiving. The school collected canned goods, stuffing, dessert and other foods. Monday, members of... more

Amount of Thanksgiving Travel Up From Last Year VIEW VIDEO
November 24, 2013 - We are just days away from Thanksgiving and three days away from the busiest travel day of the year. This year even more people are planning to travel for the holiday. According to a recent survey... more

The Southern Tier Actors Perform Unique Version of It's A Wonderful Life VIEW VIDEO
November 24, 2013 - The Roberson Museum and Science Center is always a hub for holiday activity in the community and this year it started the season off with a classic Christmas story. The Southern Tier Actors Read... more

Mom's House Holds Fundraiser at Barnes&Noble VIEW VIDEO
November 24, 2013 - With the holidays right around the corner, charities are gearing up to help those in need. Mom's House of Broome County held a fundraiser at Barnes & Noble this weekend to help raise money for local... more

Santa Comes to Town During Binghamton's Holiday Parade VIEW VIDEO
November 23, 2013 - We saw one of our first snow dustings of the season Saturday and it set the mood downtown for Binghamton's 2013 Holiday Parade. Families and children bundled in coats and sweaters lined the... more

Binghamton Makes Its Case on Why It's Not Boring VIEW VIDEO
November 23, 2013 - "Binghamton is not boring and in fact, we have the power to make it really exciting," said David Currie, executive director at BRISK.   That's what Saturday's Binghamton is Not Boring event was... more

Raising Funds for Young Adults with Cancer VIEW VIDEO
November 23, 2013 - A young man's legacy lives on nearly two years after he died from cancer. The community came together Saturday night at the Binghamton Club to help raise money for Sean's Standing Strong Memorial... more

Seton Catholic Central's Booster Club Hosts Annual Bid for Boosters VIEW VIDEO
November 23, 2013 - Seton Catholic Central's students, parents and sports fans came together Saturday night to help raise fund for the school's athletic programs.   The booster club hosted it's 24th Annual "Bids for... more

Temple Concord Begins Pre-Hanukkah Celebrations VIEW VIDEO
November 23, 2013 - This year Hanukkah is beginning on the earliest day possible. Thursday marks the first day of the holiday, and today a local temple got a head start on celebrations.   Temple Concord on Riverside... more

50 Years Later: Forensic Pathologist Tells Fox 40 JFK Shooting was Conspiracy VIEW VIDEO
November 22, 2013 - For the past half century, theories have abounded about what really happened in Dallas on November 22, 1963, when the President of the United States was murdered. The Warren Commission says there... more

Earring Theif Behind Bars VIEW VIDEO
November 22, 2013 - A Town of Union man is under arrest after police say he stole two pair of earrings by cutting a lock at a local store. James O'neill is charged with Grand Larceny in the fourth degree, a felony,... more

UPDATE: Luke Day Questions Need for Tree Transfer VIEW VIDEO
November 22, 2013 - We have a tree transfer update for you this Friday evening-- It turns out the Grinch hasn't stolen Christmas after all, in downtown Binghamton: As we reported to you on the 6PM news, the tree... more

Having a Healthy Thanksgiving VIEW VIDEO
November 22, 2013 - It's estimated Americans consume 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving day. One local dietitian says simply reaching for a smaller plate on Thursday could help cut down on over eating. Helen... more

Website Makes Shopping For Local Produce Easier VIEW VIDEO
November 22, 2013 - How about a Thanksgiving feast made up of locally grown produce? Governor Cuomo is encouraging New Yorkers to visit the  redesigned Pride of New York website to find where you can purchase the... more

Bridging the Digital Divide VIEW VIDEO
November 22, 2013 - It's becoming harder and harder to get along in today's society without being connected to the world-wide web in some way.   15 community residents received computers on Friday as a part of the... more

Heroin Arrests Made in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
November 22, 2013 - A pair from Binghamton are under arrest as part of an ongoing investigation into the sale of heroin in the city. 23-year-old Adisa Charles and 21-year-old Bethany Kasson, both of 9 Yager Street,... more

New Tree for Broome County Courthouse in Time for Holidays VIEW VIDEO
November 22, 2013 - Holiday lovers, rejoice. After Broome County cut down the tree in front of the county courthouse in Binghamton that has traditionally been decorated for Christmas, a new one took it's place on... more

Police: Man Arrested for Using VCR as Weapon VIEW VIDEO
November 22, 2013 - While many have ditched their VCR's for DVD players, one Johnson City man still had his and is now facing a felony charge because of the way police say he decided to use it. The Johnson City... more

50 Years Later: Is Collective Memory of JFK Assassination Fading? VIEW VIDEO
November 21, 2013 - For those who are old enough to remember where they were when they heard the horrific news that the President of the United States has been  assassinated, the  memories remain fresh:   Now, so... more

Charities Assisting More Families This Holiday Season VIEW VIDEO
November 21, 2013 - For many in the area living in poverty, Thanksgiving is shaping up to be a difficult holiday. Local activists spent Thursday at the United Presbyterian Church in Binghamton to shine a spotlight... more

Jury Finds Townsend Guilty of Attempted Murder VIEW VIDEO
November 21, 2013 - It only took five hours for a jury to find 54-year-old Ralph Townsend guilty of attempted murder in the second degree. "I'm going to go out in a blaze of glory" that's what Townsend told police in... more

More FEMA Money For City Flood Recovery VIEW VIDEO
November 21, 2013 - Federal funds will be used to repair the Park Creek Channel on the Southside of Binghamton.   Mayor Matt Ryan announced Thursday the successful appeal of $53,000 in FEMA reimbursement. FEMA had... more

County Honors Those With Highest Military Award VIEW VIDEO
November 21, 2013 - It's the highest award given out to service members and six county residents are recipients. Thursday the county remembered the six men who received the Medal of Honor. Memorials for the... more

Kicking the Habit VIEW VIDEO
November 21, 2013 - If you're looking to kick the habit, Thursday was the day to give it a start. It was the 38th annual Great American Smokeout.  At UHS locations in the area there was plenty of information and... more

Local Charities Get Big Boost from Wendy's VIEW VIDEO
November 21, 2013 - Four local charities got a big boost thanks to the Wendy's Walk for kids. The organization gave away $245,000 Thursday, mostly to four non-profits.  Mom's House got $57,500 while the Handicapped... more

Red Barn Technology Wins Greenman Center Bid, One More Hoop to Jump Through Before it's Final VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2013 - The former Greenman Senior Center on 37 Pine Street, Binghamton, is just inches away from officially having new owners. After reviewing three proposals, Binghamton City Council has accepted Red... more

City Council Overrides Ryan's Veto for Arborist Position VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2013 - At Wednesday night's Binghamton City Council business meeting, Mayor Matt Ryan's last budget veto of his mayoral term was overridden.   Ryan was asking City Council to restore funding for the... more

Fresh Beginning For Fresh Cycles VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2013 - Repairing a flat tire. It might not seem like much, but could it help repair Binghamton? "This is a great opportunity for all the kids in the area to get to learn how to fix bikes, pick up some... more

Binghamton HUBZone Workshop VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2013 - On Wednesday, small business owners were getting some help from the Small Business Administration's Hubzone Program. Hubzones are made up of small businesses in urban and rural areas that are... more

NYS Department of General Services Holds Surplus Auction VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2013 - Black Friday came early for some people today in the Southern Tier at New York State's Office of General Services Surplus Auction. "You got some good prices for the trucks they got today,"Larry... more

Some Support Closure of Developmental Center VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2013 - Local leaders say keeping the Broome Developmental Center and Greater Binghamton Health Center open is essential to keep 1,000 jobs in the area and serve the community's most vulnerable and sometimes... more

Arrests Made for Grand Larcenies in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
November 20, 2013 - A Binghamton woman is facing charges after going on a shopping spree with her neighbor's credit card. According to the Broome County Sheriff's Office 21-year-old Marissa Ribarsky stole the card... more

Update on MacArthur and Coolidge Elementary Schools VIEW VIDEO
November 19, 2013 - Students and teachers of Calvin Coolidge Elementary in Binghamton will be returning back to their school after the Thanksgiving break.   Doors will reopen December 2nd, after being shut down... more

Home for the Holidays at the Roberson VIEW VIDEO
November 19, 2013 - Each year, the Roberson Museum and Science Center hosts their "Home for the Holidays" holiday display throughout the entire museum and mansion.  This year will be the 59th anniversary of "Home for... more

Binghamton and Vestal High Schoolers Go Head to Head for CHOW VIEW VIDEO
November 19, 2013 - When you think of schools competing with each other, you might picture a football game. But, in the spirit of the holiday season, Vestal High School and Binghamton High School students challenged... more

Binghamton Police Ask For Help to Solve Convenient Store Robberies VIEW VIDEO
November 19, 2013 - Binghamton Police are asking for your help to solve a trio of convenience store robberies over the past week.   The first occurred last Wednesday night at 8:20 at the Hess Station on Vestal... more

Southern Tier Shares Thanks at Luncheon VIEW VIDEO
November 19, 2013 - Sharing thanks and giving thanks in Endicott on Tuesday where the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce held it's17th Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon. The keynote speaker was retired Army Sergeant... more

World Prematurity Day VIEW VIDEO
November 19, 2013 - For most women, pregnancy is a very exciting time. "At first I was just in absolute shock," said Hayley Crimmons.   But some women like Hayley Crimmons face unexpected complications.   ... more

In the Homestretch Towards Selling the Greenman Center VIEW VIDEO
November 18, 2013 - It's the homestretch towards picking a buyer for the Greenman Center on 37 Pine Street, Binghamton. On Monday night, Binghamton City Council heard three different offers to purchase the former... more

City Council Considers Spending $300,000 in Grant Funds VIEW VIDEO
November 18, 2013 - At Monday night's work session, Binghamton City Council members considered how to distribute $300,000 in grant funds to help those in need.  $180,000 has been budgeted for Community Development... more

Vista Touts it's Own Plan for Binghamton Casino VIEW VIDEO
November 18, 2013 - One of the groups that plans to vie for the Southern Tier's casino license along with Tioga Downs and Traditions at the Glen says bring on the competition. The Vista Hospitality Group wants to... more

Home Energy Assistance Program Accepting for Applications VIEW VIDEO
November 18, 2013 - Monday, households across the state could begin applying for heating assistance through New York's Home Energy Assistance Program. H.E.A.P. is a federally funded program that provides up to $650... more

Prospect Mountain Delays VIEW VIDEO
November 17, 2013 - You may experience some delays while traveling this week due to Prospect Mountain construction while crews work on noise walls and rock blasting.   Seventeen east between Airport Road and Front... more

Local Community Center Rolls Out New and Improved Bike Program VIEW VIDEO
November 17, 2013 - A Binghamton city run program that shut down in 2010 is up and running again and looking for volunteers. Fresh Cycles is a program that teaches people basic bicycle care and maintenance. It's run... more

A Local Pool Gets A Fresh Renovation with Salt Water VIEW VIDEO
November 17, 2013 - An Australian trend has made it's way overseas and now members at a local gym get to enjoy it here in Binghamton. The Riverwalk Athletic Club opened their new saltwater pool earlier this week... more

Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park Welcomes New Bear VIEW VIDEO
November 16, 2013 - Families who made their way to the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park were treated to a new member, Saturday. An Andean Bear named "Bernard" was released into his new home at the zoo for the first time,... more

VINES Partners with Laveggio Roasteria for Fundriaser VIEW VIDEO
November 16, 2013 - People came together Saturday at a local coffee shop to bid each other out on unique recycled items. Laveggio Roasteria hosted the VINES annual silent auction. VINES is a local non-profit that... more

BU Students Teach Children Binghamton's History VIEW VIDEO
November 16, 2013 - Binghamton University students held an event at The Broome County Library Saturday to teach others about the history of Binghamton. The program called Binghamton's Past and Present informed... more

Binghamton Welcomes New Bear VIEW VIDEO
November 15, 2013 - He's been here for about a month now and after taking some time to get used to his new home, Bernard the Andean bear made his first public appearance on Friday. The 22-year-old was brought to the... more

Environmental Film Festival VIEW VIDEO
November 15, 2013 - How do we create sustainable communities? That was the topic of a film festival Friday night at theUnitarian Universalist Congregation in Binghamton.  Short films were screened on topics like how... more

Libous Reacts to Casino Bids VIEW VIDEO
November 15, 2013 - A local politician says he's happy to see the competition grow for a casino in the Southern Tier. Senator Tom Libous told Fox 40 Friday the more bids the merrier. Last night the owners of... more

Ross Park Photo Wins National Award VIEW VIDEO
November 15, 2013 - The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park is now a little more famous thanks to one local photographer. Andrea Jacobs' photo of the zoo's fox "August" was voted People's Choice Award Winner. It was... more

Hunting Safety Tips for Opening Day VIEW VIDEO
November 15, 2013 - Come sunrise Saturday morning many hunters will be in the woods for the opening day of firearms season. We spoke with New York State Hunter Safety Instructor Jim Ruth about how to keep yourself... more

New Standards, New Homework Concerns VIEW VIDEO
November 14, 2013 - Nicole Atwater is like many working moms.  A typical night looks like this, spending time with her two sons. These days, there is even more time spent working with Gabriel, tackling his homework.... more

'Progress' in North Side Projects, say Officials VIEW VIDEO
November 14, 2013 - Binghamton's North Side neighborhood is making progress, according to city officials: -Progress on projects that are making the area safer, more attractive, and livable. Part of the approach... more

Art Therapy Helping Binghamton Seniors VIEW VIDEO
November 14, 2013 - Once people join the First Ward Senior Center art class in Binghamton, they find plenty of reasons to stay. "'Thursday I had a good time in art class. I'm looking forward to more fun.' I wrote... more

Lockheed Consolidations Could Mean More Jobs in Owego VIEW VIDEO
November 14, 2013 - There's word Thrusday night that Lockheed Martin in Owego could benefit from layoffs at other Lockheed operations. The company announced it is shedding 4,000 jobs and closing plants in four... more

Fire in Downtown Binghamton Closes off Part of Court Street VIEW VIDEO
November 14, 2013 - A fire early Thursday afternoon closed a block of Court Street in downtown Binghamton. According to the Binghamton Fire Department the fire happened at around 11:30am in the basement of 83 Court... more

Police Investigating Robbery at Hessmart VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2013 - Shortly before 8:30 Wednesday evening, police were searching for a man who robbed the Hess Mart at 1153 Vestal Avenue, Binghamton. From scanner reports, the suspect is described as a white male,... more

Painting with the Players VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2013 - What do you get when you mix kids with some paint and a few hockey players? It was the eighth annual paint with the players Magic Paintbrush event. Special needs children had the chance to play on... more

Fun Night Out to 50 Shades the Musical VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2013 - As part of Broadway in Binghamton, "50 Shades the Musical" was playing at the Forum Theater Wednesday night. "50 Shades the Musical" is an original parody of the racey best seller book series "50... more

What Could a Casino Mean for Local Real Estate VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2013 - Reaction on Wednesday to a potential casino in Johnson City. Fox 40 has learned about plans to build a $150 million dollar casino and resort at Traditions at the Glen. This just about a week... more

Public Helps Binghamton Police in Arrests VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2013 - Binghamton Police are thanking the public for helping them stem the tide against suspicious activity. At 8:30am Wednesday  police responded to a report of a suspicious male at a vacant house on... more

Task Force to Crack Down on Workers Comp. Fraud VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2013 - Broome County is creating a task force to crack down on Workers Compensation fraud. The group is made up of County Executive Debbie Preston, District Attorney Gerald Mollen, and others. It will... more

Anti-Frackers Respond to Lawsuit VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2013 - One day after a landowners group said it has a lawsuit ready to file against the state because of its indecision over allowing fracking, those opposed to the drilling process call the suit a PR... more

Extreme Couponing: How One Binghamton Mom Saved Thousands of Dollars VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2013 - Megan Campbell is a wife, a mom of two girls and now an extreme couponer. "It was a trial run," she said. Megan and her husband spent three months clipping, printing and combining coupons to... more

Public Raises Concerns on Possible Closure of Broome Developmental Center VIEW VIDEO
November 12, 2013 - The Broome Developmental Center in the Town of Dickinson is one of four such facilities in the state slated for closure in an effort to cut costs. Tuesday night, Assemblyman Clifford Crouch and... more

Health Care Reform and its Local Impact VIEW VIDEO
November 12, 2013 - Much has been made of the problems the federal health care website has endured since it's rollout, but it's a different story for New York State's health exchange. That's the word from the head of... more

Arrest Made Following Discovery of Woman's Body in Dryden VIEW VIDEO
November 12, 2013 - An arrest has been made following this week's discovery of a woman's body on a roadway in the Town of Dryden. 36-year-old Arthur Basso, of Moravia is charged with Leaving the Scene of an incident... more

Rec Park to receive handicap updates VIEW VIDEO
November 12, 2013 - Mather Stover-Ling was born with spina bifida.  While he doesn't let his disability stop him, using standard playground equipment is near impossible. "One step, a couple steps, it's impossible to... more

Binghamton Veteran's Day Parade Extra Special for Military Family VIEW VIDEO
November 11, 2013 - On Monday, many in the Southern Tier showed their support to those who have fought for our country with events all day long. In the afternoon, many came out to downtown Binghamton for the annual... more

Continuation of Education After Military Service VIEW VIDEO
November 11, 2013 - Serving one or multiple tours of duty overseas takes soldiers away from earlier pursuits for extended periods of time. And for those planning on continuing their educations and that can mean... more

Children Donate Crafts to Veterans at Discovery Center VIEW VIDEO
November 11, 2013 - Even little kids can play a part in honoring those who have served our country. Monday at the Discovery Center children worked on projects at tables so they could donate their crafts to the Broome... more

Veteran's Day Celebrations at BU and Suny Broome VIEW VIDEO
November 11, 2013 - Students, faculty, and members of the community attended flag raising and Veteran's Day ceremonies at Binghamton University and SUNY Broome. Jeremy Donovan has the sights and sounds from our... more

21 Gun Salute to Honor Veterans VIEW VIDEO
November 11, 2013 - On Veteran's Day Monday, there was a 21 gun salute followed by Taps Thursday at Confluence Park in Binghamton to remember veterans who've passed. Members of Binghamton's American Legion Post 80... more

Mygatt Street Murder Victim Remembered at Candlelight Vigil VIEW VIDEO
November 10, 2013 - In the wake of tragedy, friends and family of Jordan Dordell came together to honor his memory in a candlelight vigil tonight.  Those who knew him had no trouble describing what kind of person he... more

World War II Veteran Surprised with Medals VIEW VIDEO
November 10, 2013 - The Hawleyton Methodist Church also held a Veterans Day ceremony Sunday to show their support for those who've served. Veterans from all wars including Vietnam and the Cold War were remembered and... more

Local Religious Leaders Gather for Interfaith Discussion VIEW VIDEO
November 10, 2013 - The United Presbyterian Church in Binghamton hosted a interfaith discussion Sunday called "Beyond Tolerance." Syracuse University Professor Gustav Niebuhr spoke to community leaders of all faiths... more

Play at Phelps Mansion Honors Vietnam Veterans VIEW VIDEO
November 10, 2013 - The Phelps Mansion hosted a play this weekend honoring veterans who served in the Vietnam war. Directed by Bonnie DeForest "I was there in 67" is the third part of the trilogy "War: What's it... more

Humane Society Hosts Sold Out Fundraiser VIEW VIDEO
November 9, 2013 - It was a full house at the American Legion Saturday night in Vestal when the Humane Society hosted their first ever "Annual Top Dog Team Trivia Night"and got quite the response: selling out of... more

Runners Hit the Pavement to Support Veterans VIEW VIDEO
November 9, 2013 - The cold weather didn't stop runners from lacing up their sneakers and hitting the pavement today. This morning at Otsiningo Park more than 400 people gathered to run the first ever Returning Warrior... more

Democratic Women of Broome County Look Ahead to Next Election VIEW VIDEO
November 9, 2013 - While the recent elections may have only ended a few days ago, the Democratic Women of Broome County are already planning for next year.   They hosted a meeting today to stress the importance of... more

American Indian Market Comes to Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
November 9, 2013 - A unique market came to town today and gave some locals a look into a different culture. The area's first American Indian market was held at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of... more

Seniors Compete for Volleyball Title VIEW VIDEO
November 9, 2013 - Seniors from all over the Northeast bumped, set, and spiked in today's "Senior Games" men's volleyball tournament at Johnson City Middle School.   Players ages 54 to 85 years old played in the... more

More Federal Funds for BU Incubator VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2013 - --More federal dollars for Binghamton University's high tech incubator project for downtown Binghamton. Senator Charles Schumer's office announced the final two million dollar federal grant for... more

Hanna Talks About Problems with Obama Care VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2013 - Concerning the Affordable Care Act, what does Republican Representative Richard Hanna  feel is the fate of the controversial legislation?   Hanna admits he can't predict what the future of Obama... more

Sheriff: BC Expansion Just a Step in the Right Direction VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2013 - The Sheriff says the Broome County legislature's tentative approval of a 5.7 million dollar jail expansion is a step in the right direction. Although it calls for borrowing the cost of... more

Big Drug Bust in Endicott VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2013 - A big drug haul by the Broome County Special Investigations Unit. They've arrested 29-year-old Alexis Howell of Adams Avenue, Endicott, after she was allegedly found in possession of 537 glassine... more

Preston Announces Latest Round of Welfare Fraud Arrests VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2013 - Another welfare fraud bust has been announced by Broome County Executive Debbie Preston. Preston says there have been 14 more arrests of people she says are part of the county's crackdown on,... more

Veterans Honored by MacArthur Students VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2013 - With Veterans Day on Monday many local service men and women are being honored through special ceremonies. On Friday, students at MacArthur Elementary held a service for veterans at St. Francis... more

County Legislature Adopts 2014 Budget VIEW VIDEO
November 7, 2013 - The Broome County Legislature adopted a budget Thursday evening That will provide more funding for contract agencies than was expected. In September, County Executive Debbie Preston proposed an... more

Blueprint for a Healthier Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
November 7, 2013 - Can the layout of Binghamton be improved to encourage physical activity and better health?   That was the topic of Thursday's Blueprint Binghamton forum. One of Thursday's speakers told attendees... more

Iberdrola Holds Job Fair VIEW VIDEO
November 7, 2013 - Competitive pay and benefits, opportunities to learn new skills  and develop a career--that's what Iberdrola, the parent company of NYSEG, was offering prospective employees Thursday at a job fair in... more

Ring in the New Year at the Roberson VIEW VIDEO
November 7, 2013 - Thinking about how you'll be ringing in the New Year? How about spending the night at the Roberson Museum and Science Center?   The museum will hold the third annual New Year's Eve Masquerade in... more

Man Arrested for Sword Assault VIEW VIDEO
November 7, 2013 - Binghamton police have arrested a city man who they say assaulted two people with a sword on Colfax Avenue on October 27th. Kyle Wood was arrested on two outstanding arrest warrants for assault in... more

Future of the Greenman Senior Center VIEW VIDEO
November 7, 2013 - The future of the former Greenman Senior Center site in Binghamton could be decided within a couple of weeks. The city now has three bids for the site from Red Barn Tech at $140,000, Angela... more

Obstacles as Opportunities VIEW VIDEO
November 7, 2013 - Valuing your own inner beauty and seeing obstacles as opportunities can be invaluable ways to overcome life's challenges. That's the message from John Robinson, a congenital amputee and subject of... more

Support Saves the Life of One Vietnam Veteran VIEW VIDEO
November 7, 2013 - Jack Burnett was in this same building and at this same event - the Southern Tier Veterans Support Group Information Day - two years ago. "Two years ago when I didn't want to live anymore," said... more

Friends of Mygatt Street Murder Victim Share Memories, Plan Vigil VIEW VIDEO
November 6, 2013 - Friends of 22-year-old Jordan Dordell describe him as the kind of guy that would give you the shirt off of his back. Dordell was the victim of the gruesome murder at 32 Mygatt Street early Monday... more

Rennia on Working with David VIEW VIDEO
November 6, 2013 - Teri Rennia commented Wednesday on the future working relationship she will have with Mayor-elect Rich David. David defeated Rennia in the mayoral election Tuesday night. Rennia said she looks... more

Governor Cuomo Visits Binghamton to Talk Proposition #1 VIEW VIDEO
November 6, 2013 - Tuesday night voters in New York State said 'yes' to Proposition One, authorizing casino gambling in New York State 57 percent to 43 percent. And one of those casinos will be right here in the... more

Rich David Wins Binghamton Mayoral Race VIEW VIDEO
November 6, 2013 - The transition has begun for Binghamton Mayor-Elect Rich David. David, a Republican, defeated Democratic City Council President Teri Rennia Tuesday night. David said both he and current Mayor Matt... more

Looking for a Smooth Transition between Binghamton City Mayors VIEW VIDEO
November 6, 2013 - Current Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan said Wednesday he'll make sure there's a smooth transition between himself and Mayor-Elect Rich David.   Ryan has invited David to next Thursday's department... more

DNA Evidence Helps Make an Arrest in Three-Year-Old Robbery VIEW VIDEO
November 6, 2013 - DNA evidence has led to the arrest of an Endicott man for a robbery that occurred three years ago.   Richard LaFlower, 55, of East Main Street is accused in the knifepoint robbery of a store clerk... more

Kids Learn Benefits of Eating Healthy VIEW VIDEO
November 6, 2013 - Students at African Road Elementary in Vestal now know how to eat a little healthier thanks to the American Heart Association and Broome Tioga Boces.   The two organizations teamed up for National... more

Suspects Arrested in Mygatt St. Murder VIEW VIDEO
November 5, 2013 - BINGHAMTON --  "This is one of the most viscous, horrific crimes I've seen in 34 years," Binghamton Police Chief Joseph Zikuski said. Two men, Julian Talamantez, 21, and Nigel Saunders, 25, have... more