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  • 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...
  • CONTI Jewelers Announces Student Contest Winner

    Art students at Maine-Endwell were given the opportunity to design and create jewelry that would be sold exclusively at CONTI Jewelers. CONTI Jewelers held the contest to recognize and acknowledge innovation and individuality amongst high school students.  The jewelers announced the second year winner, ninth grade student Nova Fleming. As the winner of the contest, Nova received her custom pendant.  Nova's design will be sold in silver.

  • Tree Peony Festival Takes Place In Spite of The Rain

    The Rain didn't stop the Johnson City Rotary Club from holding their first annual Tree Peony Festival. The festival took place at Jennison Park...

  • Binghamton Police Department

    Statewide Memorial Day Crackdown On Drunk Driving

    As Memorial Day Weekend continues, law enforcement is making safety a priority.  The New York State Police announcing a statewide crackdown on drunk and reckless driving this weekend. The enforcement period began on Friday and runs through Monday.  To make the roads safe on one of the busiest travel holidays of the year, drivers can expect to see sobriety checkpoints and an increase in patrol by both state and local police. Troopers will be using both marked and unmarked p...

  • Update: 24-HR Standoff Ends, Parolee In Critical Condition From Self-Inflicted Injuries

    A standoff with a parolee that began around 3 a.m. Friday morning in Johnson City ended nearly 24 hours later in Cortland County. 

  • Crowds of People Enjoy The 56th Annual Canoe Regatta

    People gathered in Bainbridge for the 56th annual General Clinton Canoe Regatta. There, thousands of people enjoyed carnival rides, food and various forms of entertainment.

  • Cans 'N Clams Is Back For The Summer

    Cool's 106.7's Cans 'N Clams is back for the summer. This year, the 'end of the work week party' series will be back at the location where it all started 15 years ago - Endwell Greens Golf Club. 

  • Travelers Hit the Road for Memorial Day Weekend

    Roads were busy Friday as people packed up and headed out for the holiday weekend. Fox 40 caught up with some travelers on one of the busiest travel weekends of the year.

  • Rick DePofi Jr. Receives Star at Forum Theatre

    Broome County Executive Jason Garnar joined the Friends of the Forum today to announce producer, composer and musician Rick DePofi, Jr. is the most recent recipient of a star on the Wall of Fame at the Forum Theatre. 

  • Town of Maine Submits Application to Help Fund Natural Gas Line

    The Town of Maine has submitted an application to Broome County’s Small Community Fund, hoping to bring natural gas to the hamlet.

  • Amber Alert Issued

    The WAYNE COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT has activated the New York State AMBER Alert and is investigating a child abduction that occurred on JOY ROAD , in SODUS NEW YORK at about 9:48 AM on 5/16/2018. The CHILD, OWEN HIDALGO-CALDERON is a Hispanic male, approximately 1 year 2 months old with short, brown hair and brown eyes.

  • Suny Broome Class of 2018 Message is Persistence

    Over one thousand Suny Broome students became graduates Thursday night during the school's 2018 commencement ceremony. At 7:30 p.m., graduates were walking in and filling up the floor at L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton.

  • As Real As It Gets: What it Takes to be a Professional Firefighter

    Their acts of bravery cannot be disputed. But, each year, as local governments struggle to keep taxes in line... their jobs and others face greater scrutiny. I wanted to see first-hand what that job entails.

  • Maine-Endwell Students Showcase Gun Safety Device at Scholastic Challenge

    Students from across the Southern Tier competed in the 9th annual Greater Binghamton Scholastic Challenge at Binghamton University on Thursday. Over 250 students from 13 school districts were broken up into teams, to show off the ideas they’ve spent the school year working on.

  • Binghamton Man Arrested, Found with 100 Bags of Heroin

    The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force searched a residence at 11 Roosevelt Ave., in the city and arrested 43-year-old Robert Brady.

  • Lesko Financial: Are You a Financial Adult?

    Bryanna: Are you a financial adult? Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial says the answer to that question probably isn’t tied to your actual age.

  • Line-Up Announced For Broome Bands Together

    Fifteen musical artists are on the line-up for this year's Broome Bands Together concert series at Otsiningo Park. The outdoor concerts are free and family friendly.

  • Binghamton Police Respond To Incident On Clarence Street

    Multiple Binghamton police officers responded to 6 Clarence Street Wednesday evening around 8:30 p.m. According to witnesses in the area, an individual was taken into an ambulance and two others handcuffed and placed in cop cars. 

  • Women's Pro Golfer Annika Sörenstam to Host UHS Golf Expo

    The pro golfer who will host this year’s UHS Golf Expo was revealed Thursday morning. Annika Sörenstam, regarded as one of the top women’s golfers of all time, will be heading to the En-Joie Golf Course on August 15th for the UHS Golf Expo.

  • Two High School Seniors Win Cars For 29th Year

    Two lucky high school seniors are getting new wheels thanks to Gary's U-Pull It and Don's Automotive. For the 29th year, the businesses have refurbished two cars to raffle off at Windsor and Chenango Valley high schools' post prom parties.

  • Man Charged With Attempted Murder After Domestic Dispute Leads To Throat Slashing

    Binghamton Police arrested a man after he slashed his girlfriend’s throat in domestic dispute Tuesday night.  Officers responded to 162 Chapin Street Apartment 332 just after 7:30 p.m. According to reports, Shannon Callahan, 45, physically pinned his girlfriend, whose identity has not been released, down and slashed her throat several times with a razor all while telling her she was going to die, after a verbal argument between the two. Both were living at the location. ...

  • 3rd Grade Students Say "Thanks" To Local Veterans

    To show their gratitude to those who have served our country, Johnson City 3rd graders placed flags on the graves of hundreds of veterans buried at Calvary Cemetery. They made each one by hand.

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  • CONTI Jewelers Announces Student Contest Winner

    CONTI Jewelers Announces Student Contest Winner

    Art students at Maine-Endwell were given the opportunity to design and create jewelry that would be sold exclusively at CONTI Jewelers. CONTI Jewelers held the contest to recognize and acknowledge innovation and individuality amongst high school students.  The jewelers announced the second year winner, ninth grade student Nova Fleming. As the winner of the contest, Nova received her custom pendant.  Nova's design will be sold in silver.

    Art students at Maine-Endwell were given the opportunity to design and create jewelry that would be sold exclusively at CONTI Jewelers. CONTI Jewelers held the contest to recognize and acknowledge innovation and individuality amongst high school students.  The jewelers announced the second year winner, ninth grade student Nova Fleming. As the winner of the contest, Nova received her custom pendant.  Nova's design will be sold in silver.

  • Tree Peony Festival Takes Place In Spite of The Rain

    Tree Peony Festival Takes Place In Spite of The Rain

    The Rain didn't stop the Johnson City Rotary Club from holding their first annual Tree Peony Festival. The festival took place at Jennison Park...

    The Rain didn't stop the Johnson City Rotary Club from holding their first annual Tree Peony Festival. The festival took place at Jennison Park...

  • Statewide Memorial Day Crackdown On Drunk Driving

    Statewide Memorial Day Crackdown On Drunk Driving

    Binghamton Police DepartmentBinghamton Police Department

    As Memorial Day Weekend continues, law enforcement is making safety a priority.  The New York State Police announcing a statewide crackdown on drunk and reckless driving this weekend. The enforcement period began on Friday and runs through Monday.  To make the roads safe on one of the busiest travel holidays of the year, drivers can expect to see sobriety checkpoints and an increase in patrol by both state and local police. Troopers will be using both marked and unmarked p...

    As Memorial Day Weekend continues, law enforcement is making safety a priority.  The New York State Police announcing a statewide crackdown on drunk and reckless driving this weekend. The enforcement period began on Friday and runs through Monday.  To make the roads safe on one of the busiest travel holidays of the year, drivers can expect to see sobriety checkpoints and an increase in patrol by both state and local police. Troopers will be using both marked and unmarked p...

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  • Section IV Softball Championship Central

    Section IV Softball Championship Central

    Ten high school softball teams represented their classes in the Section IV Softball Championships at BAGSAI Field in Binghamton, Saturday. Hundreds of fans sat along the fences eager to watch as their teams claimed the title of Champions, but only five teams could hold that honor. Here are your Section IV Softball Championship results: Class AA Horseheads - 9  def.  Corning - 8  Final Class A Maine-Endwell - 10  def.  Union-Endico...

    Ten high school softball teams represented their classes in the Section IV Softball Championships at BAGSAI Field in Binghamton, Saturday. Hundreds of fans sat along the fences eager to watch as their teams claimed the title of Champions, but only five teams could hold that honor. Here are your Section IV Softball Championship results: Class AA Horseheads - 9  def.  Corning - 8  Final Class A Maine-Endwell - 10  def.  Union-Endico...

  • Ponies become Spiedies, Eat Up Baysox

    Ponies become Spiedies, Eat Up Baysox

    Peter Alonso’s league-leading 14th home run of the season propelled the Binghamton Spiedies past the Bowie Baysox, 3-1, Saturday evening at NYSEG Stadium. Joseph Shaw became the third straight Binghamton starter to toss seven innings, while the team paid homage to the Southern Tier sandwich for the first time in franchise history. The victory gives Binghamton a three-game winning streak.  Tied 1-1 in the eighth inning, Binghamton’s rally was sparked by...
    Peter Alonso’s league-leading 14th home run of the season propelled the Binghamton Spiedies past the Bowie Baysox, 3-1, Saturday evening at NYSEG Stadium. Joseph Shaw became the third straight Binghamton starter to toss seven innings, while the team paid homage to the Southern Tier sandwich for the first time in franchise history. The victory gives Binghamton a three-game winning streak.  Tied 1-1 in the eighth inning, Binghamton’s rally was sparked by...
  • Baseball Make-Overs For The Homes Of Baseball

    Baseball Make-Overs For The Homes Of Baseball

    This past Monday, New York senator James Seward  and officials from the village of Cooperstown as well as the friends of double day field  announced a 1 million dollar state grant to help fund major renovations and improvements at the birthplace of the game of baseball.

    This past Monday, New York senator James Seward  and officials from the village of Cooperstown as well as the friends of double day field  announced a 1 million dollar state grant to help fund major renovations and improvements at the birthplace of the game of baseball.

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  • Morgan Freeman: 'I did not assault women'

    Morgan Freeman: 'I did not assault women'

    Saturday, May 26 2018 12:40 PM EDT2018-05-26 16:40:12 GMT
    Actor Morgan Freeman is seen here speaking to CNN in 2015. (File Photo)Actor Morgan Freeman is seen here speaking to CNN in 2015. (File Photo)
    Morgan Freeman issued a second apology after eight people accused him of sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior, and the actor said his actions should not be equated with incidents of sexual assault or abuse...
    Morgan Freeman issued a second apology after eight people accused him of sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior, and the actor said his actions should not be equated with incidents of sexual assault or abuse in the...
  • 'Sesame Street' sues makers of raunchy puppet comedy 'The Happytime Murders'

    'Sesame Street' sues makers of raunchy puppet comedy 'The Happytime Murders'

    Sunday, May 27 2018 12:01 PM EDT2018-05-27 16:01:21 GMT
    Melissa McCarthy with her puppet co-star in "The Happytime Murders."Melissa McCarthy with her puppet co-star in "The Happytime Murders."
    The company behind "Sesame Street" is suing the makers of Melissa McCarthy's upcoming raunchy comedy, "The Happytime Murders," for referencing the popular kids show in its marketing campaign.
    The company behind "Sesame Street" is suing the makers of Melissa McCarthy's upcoming raunchy comedy, "The Happytime Murders," for referencing the popular kids show in its marketing campaign.
  • Rose McGowan's message to Harvey Weinstein: 'We got you'

    Rose McGowan's message to Harvey Weinstein: 'We got you'

    Friday, May 25 2018 5:44 PM EDT2018-05-25 21:44:09 GMT
    Rose McGowan appears on NBC's "Megyn Kelly Today."Rose McGowan appears on NBC's "Megyn Kelly Today."
    "I actually didn't believe this day would come. I didn't believe this day would come."
    "I actually didn't believe this day would come. I didn't believe this day would come."
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