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When spectrum dropped Northwest stations from your channel lineup, they did so in violation of FCC regulations... (READ UPDATE)

    When spectrum dropped Northwest stations from your channel lineup, they did so in violation of FCC regulations. FCC regulations require cable providers to provide 30 days notice to their subscribers prior to a change in their channel lineup. If you would like to file a complaint to the New York State public service commission that regulates cable providers the link is below, please do so here http://www3.dps.ny.gov/ocs/itgate.nsf/(webDPS_welcome)?OpenForm.

    First let me apologize again to all the Spectrum customers who have been affected by Spectrum's abrupt termination of any negotiations with Northwest. This should have remained a private issue between two companies without Spectrum using their unsuspecting subscribers as pawns to gain leverage on Northwest. For the record when Northwest offered Spectrum a second extension on February 2nd, their response was, "We are taking your stations down in the next ten minutes" and they...
  • Florida Shooting Victim Remembered: Hero, Camp Counselor, And Honorary Fox 40 Weatherman

    Funerals and memorials were held this weekend for the victims of the Parkland Florida shooting. It's a tragedy with ties all over the country. One that hits close to home.  

  • State Police investigate death of 10-year-old girl in town of Colesville

     Broome County 911 received a call from a residence on East Windsor Road for a 10-year-old girl who was unresponsive. 

  • Schumer Wants More Funding For Fire Departments

    Senator Charles Schumer announced on Monday a push for more funding for fire departments. The SAFER grant was designed to help departments add more fully trained firefighters to their ranks.  

  • Grand Jury Indictment In Walmart Robbery

    Broome County Grand Jury last week handed up a six-count indictment of Davon S. Dozier-Gannaway, accused of several charges, including first-degree robbery, for a January 24th, 2018, incident at Walmart, located in Johnson City.

  • Roberson Museum Unveils Newest Exhibits

    Over 100 people attended the grand opening of the Roberson Museum’s newest nature exhibitions last Thursday. Through Nature Trek, an interactive exhibit, and the award-winning Nature’s Best Photography collection, visitors are able to learn more about local and global environments.

  • Binghamton Police Investigating Robbery at Alaska Mart

    Binghamton Police are investigating a robbery at Alaska Mart on Chenango Street. Police responded to the convenience store just after 7:30 p.m. Sunday evening. 

  • Prospect Mountain Construction To Cause Lane Closures On Broad Ave.

    More lane closures due to the Prospect Mountain Construction Project could impact your work-week commute. 

  • Knights of Columbus Holds Annual Free Throw

    Ten hopeful basketball players came out to compete in the Knights of Columbus Annual Free Throw today at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Endicott. Since 1972, the basketball competition has drawn local boys and girls, ages 9 to 14.

  • Whitney Point School District: "No threat to students" After School Bus Arrest

    The Whitney Point School District is addressing concerns after a student was arrested Thursday for making threatening comments on a school bus. According to a Facebook post by the District, the comments were made on the bus ride home after school Thursday. 

  • West Side Mini Mart Robbed at Gunpoint

    The West Side Mini Mart on Main Street in Binghamton was robbed late Friday night. 

  • Vestal High School Winterguard Warms Crowd At Emerald Fire Show

    14 winterguard teams from across New York State competed in the annual ‘Emerald Fire Show’. Part of the 12-week competition season, lasting from January until April, middle and high school students performed their routines in the only show hosted by Vestal High School. 

  • Crappie Derby Draws Thousands After 2 Years of Cancellations

    Over 2,000 people participated in the New York State Crappie Derby at Whitney Point Lake after two years of cancellations. 

  • Lost Dog Cafe Holds "Pints For Paws" Fundraiser for BC Humane Society

    For the Chinese New Year, the Lost Dog Cafe teamed up with the Broome County Humane Society for Pints for Paws.

  • Crappie Derby to Kick off Early Saturday Morning

    Organizers are expecting record numbers at Saturdays, Almost Annual Crappie Derby in Whitney Point.

  • Binghamton Man Arrested After City Drug Raid

    Police arrested a Binghamton man on Thursday, after executing a drug search warrant at 87 Clinton St., in the City of Binghamton.

  • Broome County EMS Exceeds Standards, Achieves Accreditation

    Broome County’s Office of Emergency Services announced Friday afternoon that it has achieved accreditation as a part of the Local Emergency Management Accreditation Program.

  • Lesko Financial: Tax Season and Tax Refunds

    Bryanna: It’s tax season and many Americans rely on their refund to close budget gaps. Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial explains how this could hurt your long-term financial future.

  • Strangers Are Surprised With Random Acts Of Kindness In Endicott

    Sometimes all it takes is a little kindness from strangers to brighten someone's day. That's why residents from the Brookdale Vestal West Assisted Living Community surprised diners at Fast Eddie's Cafe in Endicott with money off their meals and some handmade chocolates.  

  • School Threat Deemed Not Credible

     The Delaware County Sheriff's Office was advised of the threat by the Downsville Central School after the school learned of a parent posting information about a perceived threat on social media Thursday night. .

  • Giacalone Indicted On Attempted Murder Charges Against Police Officers

    A grand jury has indicted James Giacalone on attempted murder and assault charges against police officers following last month's chase through Binghamton's south side. 

  • Endicott Man Charged with Sex Abuse

     Endicott Police Department arrested 41 year old Jermaine C. Fullard for Rape in the 1st Degree, Sexual Abuse in the 1st Degree, Obstructing Governmental Administration, and Resisting Arrest .

  • Possible Expansion For Old Union Hotel

    The Old Union Hotel on Clinton Street could be seeing an expansion. Owners say reports of them being poised to buy the Binghamton Legion building are rumors, but that expansion is not out of the question. 

  • Tioga County Chamber of Commerce Honors Local Business, Non-Profit

    The Tioga County Chamber of Commerce honored the businesses and non-profits who made a difference in the community over the last year with their “Spirit of Tioga” awards.

  • The Man Who Makes Everything You'll Never Need

    From the second you walk into Alan Williamson's Route 12 workshop, it's clear that this is a true Jack of all trades. Handmade brooms hang on one wall, while Williamson fiddles with an automatic sock knitting machine in the corner.  

  • The Agency Releases Broome County Housing Study

    The Agency released the findings of its Broome County Housing Study on Thursday and the data shows that the overall population across the region continues to decline and there is a need to create more attractive for people to live in. SOT Stacey Duncan, The Agency Deputy Director of Community & Economic Development The study was commissioned back in September of 2017 and takes a look at three specific types of housing -- single-family, market rate rental, and off-campus student...

  • Broome County to End Contract Between Aramark and Willow Point

    Broome County plans to end the contract between Aramark and the Willow Point Nursing Home within the next 18 months.

  • Grammy Winning Artists to Perform Benefit Concert in Binghamton

    Grammy-winning Naughty by Nature and three-time nominee Sisters With Voices will be performing at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on Friday, February 16 for a concert to benefit the Broome County Urban League.

  • Baby Porcupine Is the Newest Member of The Binghamton Zoo At Ross Park

    The newest addition to the Binghamton Zoo made its arrival on Super Bowl weekend.

  • Ithaca Police Searching For Suspicious Subject

    The Ithaca Police Department  was dispatched Thursday  to the area of Cascadilla St and N Geneva St for a reported assault. 

  • Lesko Financial: Closing the Budget Gap

    It’s tax season and many Americans rely on their refund to close budget gaps. Greg Lesko of Lesko Finacial explains how this could hurt your long-term financial future.

  • Deputies Arrest Man in Binghamton on Weapon and Drug Charges

    Broome County Sheriff's Deputies arrested a man from Nineveh, NY Thursday morning in the City of Binghamton. 

  • The Conklin Castle: Home To A Cast Of Characters

    Arguably one of the most unique landmarks in Broome County, it's hard to drive down Conklin Road without wondering what's up with that big, white castle. The Conklin Town Hall, Conklin Castle, or the Corby House, has been here for over 100 years and it still stands out. 

  • Car Show Returns to the Oakdale Mall

    At the Oakdale Mall, several local dealers have their latest models on display from now until Tuesday, February 20th. 

  • Wegmans Named One Of Best Places To Work

    Wegmans has been named one of the 2018 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For, according to global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work and Fortune. 

  • It's Homemade: Saucy Hog BBQ

    In this week's It's Homemade Segment we introduce you to a pretty “Sweet” business. Saucy Hog Barbecue, marinating food from catered events to local grocery stores, Spiedie Fest and more.

  • Local Businesses Join Together For $10,000 Wedding Giveaway

    Local businesses are teaming up this Valentine’s Day to give one lucky couple the wedding of their dreams Gance’s Complete Catering along with ten other businesses are providing $10,000 worth of prizes for a lucky engaged couple in the area.

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