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We continue to hear from Spectrum customers who are upset they lost Fox 40 and My Network. Including many who are frustrated because they have no voice. Now, the Federal Communications Commission has opened the matter for public comment. To learn how to file a comment Click Here
  • ATTENTION CHARTER/SPECTRUM CUSTOMERS (4/6)

    I thought you might like an update on the Charter/Spectrum dispute. On Wednesday, Charter filed the attached lawsuit against the City of El Centro, CA.  In their suit Charter alleges that Northwest demanded an 80 percent increase in carriage fees. This alleged percentage is now the fifth different number that they have alleged. Charter finally admitted that they agreed to two 24 hour extensions; however, their assertion that, "Northwest blacked out its broadcast signals fro...
  • YOU CAN NOW FILE A COMPLAINT WITH THE FCC

    Spectrum customers who are upset they lost Fox 40 and My 8 can now take their complaint to the FCC. The FCC opened the matter up for public comment after three cities (Yuma, AZ, Jackson, WY, and El Centro, CA) filed a complaint, accusing the cable giant of not giving customers the required 30 days’ notice as required by the FCC. It has been nine weeks since Spectrum took Fox 40 and our sister station My 8 off its lineup after refusing to negotiate with our stati...

  • A Room To Heal’s 100th Reveal

    A Room To Heal, a local non-profit organization that creates new healing environments for children with serious medical conditions, unveiled its 100th room this Sunday.The recipient, 12 year-old Joseph Laszewski of Whitney Point, is a former baseball player who has struggled with kidney and bladder failure for four years.

  • Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park Opens for the 143rd Year

    143 years in the making - Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park opens up for its 143rd season Saturday. Visitors had a chance to see the zoo's new exhibit upgrades and new programs, making this season its best so far in the last century and a half. 

  • Binghamton Amateur Radio Association Celebrates Marconi Day

    Over a dozen amateur radio enthusiasts celebrated International Marconi Day, to honor the 144th birthday of Italian engineer Gugliemo Marconi. Marconi pioneered the first amateur radio and experimented with wireless communication in Binghamton. 

  • NBT Bank Shreds The Season

    Dozens of people said goodbye to old documents, records, and personal information at the NBT Bank Shredding Event this Saturday in Binghamton. The event was also hosted by FOX 40/My 8 and the Rogers Services Group and raised donations for the Broome County Urban League.  

  • 23rd Annual Bob Warner Bowling Competition Strikes Hundreds

    Nearly 200 bowlers competed in the 23 Annual Bob Warner Pin Crushing Bowling Tournament this Saturday at Ideal Bowling Center in Endicott. 38 teams raised money for ACHIEVE, a community organization that supports individuals with disabilities in Broome, Tioga, and Chenango County.  

  • Binghamton Welcomes New Facility For Disabled Adults

    A groundbreaking ceremony launched the start of construction for a new facility offering programs for adults with intellectual and other developmental challenges.

  • Officials Encouraging People To Attend Volunteer Firefighter Recruit Event

    Broome County is looking to grow it’s fleet of volunteer firefighters. The Broome County Office of Emergency Services held a news conference at the Chenango Fire Company Friday to promote Recruit NY and encourage residents to attend and learn about volunteer opportunities at their local fire departments. Emergency services was joined by State Senator Fred Akshar, County Executive Jason Garnar, the New York Firefighters Association, and the Broome County Firefighters’ Asso...

  • 36th Annual Million Dollar Antique Show Kicks Off

    Suny Broome Ice Center has turned into a collector’s paradise. Hundreds of people attended opening night of the 36th Annual Binghamton Sertoma Million Dollar Antique Show Friday.

  • After Two Students Murdered in Five Weeks BU President Talks Campus Safety

    In a letter to the university's "extended campus community," and posted on the school's website Friday afternoon, Stenger discussed the impact the deaths of students Joao Souza and Haley Anderson have had on the campus community, and himself as president.

  • Grand Opening: Blaze Pizza to Start Rolling out the Dough on Thursday

    A new pizza shop will be opening its doors on the Vestal Parkway next Thursday, Blaze Pizza

  • BU Student Lived 3 Floors Up From Stabbing Victim, Recalls "Panic"

    Where do you go when your safe space suddenly becomes a crime scene? That horror became a reality for many students living in Windham Hall on Binghamton University's campus. 

  • Hundreds Attend Guys & Gals Fashion Gala

    Hundreds gathered at the DoubleTree Hotel to support a good cause in style. The Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network held its 5th annual Guys & Gals Fashion Gala Thursday night, where women, men, and children of all ages worked the runway to raise money for the organization.

  • Family Donates Carbon Monoxide Detectors In Honor of Binghamton Man

    In honor of a Binghamton man who died of carbon monoxide poisoning, his family has presented a special donation to Broome County in hopes to prevent another tragedy.

  • 18th Annual Wine and Food Fest Showcases New York Breweries

    Over 700 people came out to the Roberson Museum Thursday night, as they transformed their courtyard into a beer garden.

  • Program that Helps Send Malawi Students to College has Local Roots

    The Koffman Incubator held a celebration Thursday night, recognizing three kids who were fostered by MCM. Those three students were accepted to attend a college in Malawi. The students accepted into college have some big dreams-- that include becoming a teacher, doctor, or a journalist. 

  • Binghamton Man Sentenced to Three Years in Prison

    A Binghamton man was sentenced to three years in prison on Thursday.
     

  • Lesko Financial: Medicare Beneficiaries Delay in New Cards

    Bryanna: Medicare beneficiaries will have to wait a little longer for their new cards. Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial explains the delay.   

  • "Broome Women Lead" Celebrates Inaugural Meeting With Over 200 Women

    Broome Women Lead, a new group aiming to empower and inspire women in the community, kicked off its inaugural meeting Thursday afternoon in Binghamton.

  • Another Reason To Quit Smoking For Young Men

    Young men who smoke are more likely to have a stroke, according to new research. “The key takeaway from our study on men younger than 50 is ‘the more you smoke, the more you stroke,’” said lead study author Janina Markidan, B.A., a medical student at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. Markidan's research found the risk increased with the number of cigarettes they smoked.  While the connection between young women who smoke and ...
  • Ithaca Swat: Woman Charged In Narcotics Search

    The Ithaca SWAT Team served a search warrant Thursday at a residence on Holden Road in Lansing,

  • Sotak Sues Town Board: Alleges Defamation, Gender Discrimination

    Town of Union Supervisor Rose Sotak is suing the Town Board following the 2017 investigation into her alleged harassment of employees. The lawsuit filed on April 13th accuses Board members of defamation, discrimination against Sotak as a female, and violations of her constitutional rights.  

  • Its Homemade: Walling's Maple Syrup

    All natural, 100% pure, maple syrup-- that's what this weeks Its Homemade segment is all about. Located in South New Berlin, a family owned and operated business, Walling's Maple Syrup.  

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  • A Room To Heal’s 100th Reveal

    A Room To Heal’s 100th Reveal

    A Room To Heal, a local non-profit organization that creates new healing environments for children with serious medical conditions, unveiled its 100th room this Sunday.The recipient, 12 year-old Joseph Laszewski of Whitney Point, is a former baseball player who has struggled with kidney and bladder failure for four years.

    A Room To Heal, a local non-profit organization that creates new healing environments for children with serious medical conditions, unveiled its 100th room this Sunday.The recipient, 12 year-old Joseph Laszewski of Whitney Point, is a former baseball player who has struggled with kidney and bladder failure for four years.

  • Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park Opens for the 143rd Year

    Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park Opens for the 143rd Year

    143 years in the making - Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park opens up for its 143rd season Saturday. Visitors had a chance to see the zoo's new exhibit upgrades and new programs, making this season its best so far in the last century and a half. 

    143 years in the making - Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park opens up for its 143rd season Saturday. Visitors had a chance to see the zoo's new exhibit upgrades and new programs, making this season its best so far in the last century and a half. 

  • Binghamton Amateur Radio Association Celebrates Marconi Day

    Binghamton Amateur Radio Association Celebrates Marconi Day

    Over a dozen amateur radio enthusiasts celebrated International Marconi Day, to honor the 144th birthday of Italian engineer Gugliemo Marconi. Marconi pioneered the first amateur radio and experimented with wireless communication in Binghamton. 

    Over a dozen amateur radio enthusiasts celebrated International Marconi Day, to honor the 144th birthday of Italian engineer Gugliemo Marconi. Marconi pioneered the first amateur radio and experimented with wireless communication in Binghamton. 

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  • Ponies One Away from Sweeping Erie

    Ponies One Away from Sweeping Erie

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies collected their second win in as many days on Saturday afternoon, edging the Erie SeaWolves 4-2 at NYSEG Stadium.

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies collected their second win in as many days on Saturday afternoon, edging the Erie SeaWolves 4-2 at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Warm April Weather welcomes Wanted Baseball Wins

    Warm April Weather welcomes Wanted Baseball Wins

    Saturday was a change in pace from frequent cold temperatures and light snow fall. Some might call it "perfect baseball" weather, but many just call it a typical Southern Tier Athletic Conference (STAC) high school baseball Saturday.

    Saturday was a change in pace from frequent cold temperatures and light snow fall. Some might call it "perfect baseball" weather, but many just call it a typical Southern Tier Athletic Conference (STAC) high school baseball Saturday.

  • Friday High School Baseball

    Friday High School Baseball

    Friday High School Baseball

    From the minors, to high school baseball. legendary field at Maine-Endwell, Spartans and Owego Indians take the field.
    From the minors, to high school baseball. legendary field at Maine-Endwell, Spartans and Owego Indians take the field.
  • Are you more or less likely to attend a Binghamton Rumble Poines game this year?

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