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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Broome County Set to Spruce Up Its Website VIEW VIDEO
November 13, 2014 - A failing grade for Broome County's website but a renovation on the way. This after the Empire Center for Public Policy gave an "f" in the center's recently released 2014 local... more

RISE Fundraiser set for Thursday VIEW VIDEO
November 12, 2014 - If you'd like a chance to get an early start on the weekend you can do so Thursday night for a great cause.   The 4th annual Wine and Pizza charity event at Traditions will benefit rise in... more

Pre-School at Binghamton University Settles with the State VIEW VIDEO
November 12, 2014 - A pre-school on the campus of Binghamton University is operating as usual after reaching a settlement with the State Office of Family and Children's Services. According to the state agency the... more

B-U Holds Flag Raising Ceremony VIEW VIDEO
November 11, 2014 - Binghamton University started off its day by holding a flag raising ceremony outside the Couper Administration Building.   The Binghamton ROTC program raised the Stars and Stripes while student... more

Lourdes Names New CEO
November 11, 2014 - Lourdes hospital has announced a new leader. Kathy Connerton will be the next president and CEO of Lourdes, effective December 15th. Connerton was the General Counsel of Lourdes until she... more

SUNY Broome Students Face Stolen Property Charges VIEW VIDEO
November 11, 2014 - Four SUNY Broome students are facing stolen property charges after police say they were involved in stealing and using another student's credit card last month.   The Broome County Sheriff's... more

SUNY Broome Unveils Veterans Resource Center VIEW VIDEO
November 11, 2014 - Many colleges and universities around the country have ROTC programs that allow students to prepare for life in the military. At SUNY Broome, they are taking the next step and have created a Veterans... more

Binghamton University Gets 'Fit, Fueled, and Focused' VIEW VIDEO
November 10, 2014 - For students, eating healthy and exercising can often take a back seat to upcoming exams and mountains of homework. Jenny Lee, a senior at Binghamton University knows that balancing school work... more

Libous Defense Speaks Out About Desire to Dismiss Case VIEW VIDEO
November 10, 2014 - The defense attorney for State Senator Tom Libous is asking a Federal Judge to throw out the indictment against his client, and says Libous is only interested in complete exoneration.     Paul... more

Elementary School Students Honor Armed Forces Service Members VIEW VIDEO
November 10, 2014 - Elementary schools around the area are taking some time to thank Armed Forces service members. Students from Clayton Avenue, African Road and MacArthur Elementary schools honored the military... more

Binghamton Lanches Mobile Emergency Alert System VIEW VIDEO
November 10, 2014 - Binghamton residents can now sign up for a free new service that will text and email them public safety alerts.     Residents of the city can text their zip code to 888-777. They can also sign up... more

Lourdes ADEPT Program and Chenango Valley SADD Team Up to Help Prevent Underage Alcohol Consumption VIEW VIDEO
November 9, 2014 - Lourdes Hospital is trying to put a stop to underage drinking and purchasing of alcohol.  The Lourdes Alcohol and Drug Education Prevention Team (ADEPT) and the Chenango Valley chapter of Students... more

Local Organizations Hold Run to Honor Active Duty and Veteran Military Members VIEW VIDEO
November 9, 2014 - Organizations in Binghamton took time to honor active duty and veteran military members with a 10 and 5-mile run. The Returning Warrior run featured more than 400 participants -- 50 of them being... more

Chocolate Festival Helps Raise Money For Broome County Addiction Center VIEW VIDEO
November 9, 2014 - More than 20 vendors packed into the Double Tree Sunday afternoon -- selling things like chocolate-covered bacon, truffles, gelato and chocolate lasagna. Tickets were just $10 to get in. It... more

Binghamton Police Respond to Bar Incident VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2014 - Binghamton police respond to an incident at the Belmar Pub on Main Street Saturday evening.   On scene police were conducting a car search in the adjacent parking lot. Bar staff members say... more

Ross Park Zoo Shows Customer Appreciation, Celebrates 139th Season VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2014 - Binghamton's Zoo at Ross Park is taking some time to thank their best customers and biggest supporters: the community. 2014 marks the zoo's 139th season. Saturday the zoo took to Facebook and... more

SUNY Broome Hosts Liberal Arts Program Meeting VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2014 - SUNY Broome officials are inviting all parents and students to learn more about different liberal arts degrees. Saturday, the school hosted a 2-hour special information meeting on campus.... more

Broome County To Host Warrior Run VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2014 - Broome County officials are bringing awareness to challenges veterans may face after returning home from overseas deployments. Sunday morning at Otsiningo Park the Broome County Stop DWI Program,... more

Double Tree in Binghamton Hosts Chocolate Festival VIEW VIDEO
November 8, 2014 - The Chocolate Festival is going down Sunday afternoon at the Double Tree in Binghamton. The event features more than 25 vendors and it's just $10 to get in.  Proceeds will benefit the Broome... more

Broome County Legislature Passes 2015 Budget VIEW VIDEO
November 6, 2014 - The Broome County Legislature met in a special session Thursday night to propose amendments from the floor, and to hear proposed changes from the legislature's finance committee about the proposed... more

Ellis Brother's Looking Forward To New Store Location VIEW VIDEO
November 6, 2014 - The temporary home of the Ellis Brother's Furniture Store on Court Street is now open, but the brothers are already looking ahead to plans for their new store.     The old J.C. Penny building on... more

A Teen Arrested In Connection With a String of Robberies VIEW VIDEO
November 6, 2014 - Binghamton Police have arrested a young teen who they say is responsible for  a series of robberies on the city's west side and downtown area.     The thirteen year old juvenile is being charged... more

Party Leaders React to Election VIEW VIDEO
November 5, 2014 - Both nationally and locally it was a good night for Republicans last night. The GOP gained seats in the Broome County Legislature and now hold a 12-3 majority. The most notable take away for... more

Real Life Experience for BOCES Students VIEW VIDEO
November 5, 2014 - BOCES New Visions program is giving highly motivated high school seniors the chance to get real world working experience. Wednesday Mark Lane, the president of William H. Lane Inc. took students... more

Libous Casts His Ballot on Election Day VIEW VIDEO
November 4, 2014 - Election Day is here and polls are still open in Broome County until 9 p-m.     A number of local races are drawing attention, including the contest for State Senate in the 52nd District. State... more

Family and Friends Celebrate Jordan Dordell's Life VIEW VIDEO
November 4, 2014 - Family members and friends of Jordan Dordell gathered Tuesday night to remember and celebrate his life.     The 23-year-old was was brutally murdered in his home at 32 Mygatt Street a year ago. ... more

Starzak Votes in Vestal VIEW VIDEO
November 4, 2014 - Democratic State Senate challenger anndrea starzak voted in Vestal today. Starzak was Town of Vestal Supervisor from 2000 to 2005. This race marked her first attempt at statewide office. She... more

Controversy Over Washington Street Mall Project VIEW VIDEO
November 3, 2014 - Mayor David's Washington Street Mall Redevelopment Project is currently underway in downtown Binghamton.     But members of City Council and one City Commissioner are accusing the Mayor's... more

Home Schooled Students Enjoy Tri-Cities Opera VIEW VIDEO
November 3, 2014 - It's music to their ears! Some home schooled students got a real treat Monday morning: a musical that many consider a classic.     John Davies' opera version of Pinnochio is what played through... more

County and Health Officials Talk Ebola VIEW VIDEO
November 3, 2014 - County Executive Debbie Preston and the Broome County Health Department Director are making sure the community knows how to react if we see a case of Ebola.     Monday, multiple health officials... more

Lt. Governor Candidate In Binghamton To Talk Voting VIEW VIDEO
November 3, 2014 - Days after Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Rob Astorino said upstate would be the key to victory, his running mate made his way to Binghamton. Republican Candidate for Lieutenant Governor and... more

Green Party Gubernatorial Candidate Visits Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
November 3, 2014 - Meanwhile the Green Party Candidate for Governor Howie Hawkins came to Binghamton to remind voters they have another choice Tuesday. Hawkins reiterated his opposition to fracking, support of... more

Opera-Go-Round Touring Educational Program To Hold Special Show VIEW VIDEO
November 2, 2014 - The Tri-Cities Opera is putting on a special show for some home-schooled kids and their parents. It's all part of the Opera-Go-Round educational outreach program. Monday morning at 10,... more

BU Running Club Has First Annual Zombie Run VIEW VIDEO
November 2, 2014 - The Binghamton University Running Club held its first annual Zombie Run.  The 5K took place throughout the Nature Preserve and athletic fields along the campus.  Running Club President Marie Cupo... more

BU Holds 'Coding for a Cause' Social Hackathon VIEW VIDEO
November 2, 2014 - Students at Binghamton University put their technological skills to the test. Computer programmers and other students worked around the clock for the "Coding for a Cause" social hackathon.  The... more

Binghamton FD Responds to House Fire VIEW VIDEO
November 2, 2014 - Binghamton Police confirm a house fire at 110 Park Avenue.   Police say Binghamton Fire Department responded to the call around 6:30 Sunday evening. So far no injuries have been reported. No word... more

Funeral Services Held for Shooting Victim VIEW VIDEO
November 1, 2014 - The community is mourning the loss of a 26-year-old shooting victim. Saturday morning a funeral service was held at DeMunn Funeral Home for Derek D. Prindle. Prindle and his father 60-year-old... more

Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park Holds Pumpkin Mania VIEW VIDEO
November 1, 2014 - Saturday the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park held a Pumpkin Mania. It involved animals and of course pumpkins! Pumpkin Mania is a special enriched day aimed in educating kids on different pumpkin... more

A Closer Look at the State Senate Race VIEW VIDEO
October 31, 2014 - There are many issues in the race for the Senate seat in the 52nd District, but one that is always at the forefront - the economy. Tom Libous stresses his work with Binghamton University to make... more

A Closer Look at the Broome County Sheriff's Race VIEW VIDEO
October 30, 2014 - Ask both candidates for Broome County Sheriff what the top law enforcement issue facing Broome County is and it won't take long before you hear the word heroin. Sheriff David Harder wants to continue... more

Broome Board Of Elections Finds Creative Way To Attract Inspectors VIEW VIDEO
October 29, 2014 - The Broome County Board of Elections is looking to attract new election inspectors, the people who work at the polling places.     The county is using a creative approach to find them, calling it... more

Broome County Sheriff's Office Testing Body Camera For Deputies VIEW VIDEO
October 29, 2014 - New technology could be on it's way to the Broome County Sheriff's office to keep it's deputies from facing the kind of situation that has caused a firestorm in Ferguson,Missouri.     That is... more

Brothers Follow A Family Tradition in Becoming Broome County Sheriffs VIEW VIDEO
October 28, 2014 - More than 20 recruits graduate from the Broome County Sheriff's Law Enforcement Academy on Tuesday.     Recruit Academy training began March 17 this year. Training took recruits through more than... more

SUNY Broome Students Participate In Judicial Candidates Q&A VIEW VIDEO
October 28, 2014 - Criminal Justice and Sociology students at SUNY Broome had their chance to listen to Broome County Family Court candidates answer the questions that they submitted about various issues that the... more

Broome County Gets Hefty Rebate From NYSEG VIEW VIDEO
October 28, 2014 - After new LED light fixtures were installed in a basement parking garage at the county office building, Broome officials say they're getting a rebate check from NYSEG for nearly 130 thousand dollars.... more

Delay in Christopher Davis Murder Trial VIEW VIDEO
October 28, 2014 - A delay in defense testimony forces the judge to release jury members before noon Tuesday in the Christopher Davis murder trial. The man facing first and second degree murder charges in connection... more

Can Republicans Hold BC Legislative Majority? VIEW VIDEO
October 28, 2014 - Not surprisingly, the heads of the Broome County Republican and Democratic parties don't see eye-to-eye when it comes to the fate of the G-O-P's majority in the county legislature in the upcoming... more

Kathy Hochul Campaigns in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
October 28, 2014 - The Democrats choice for lieutenant governor stumped in Binghamton Tuesday. Kathy Hochul visited the Sons of Italy order lodge in Binghamton. Hochul touched on issues like unemployment rates,... more

Prosecution Wraps Witness Testimony in Davis Murder Trial VIEW VIDEO
October 27, 2014 - The prosecution called it's final witnesses Monday in the Christopher Davis murder trial. Davis is facing first and second degree murder charges in connection with the death of his neighbor... more

Sheriff Candidate Chris Bracco Choses Undersheriff VIEW VIDEO
October 27, 2014 - The democrat looking to unseat Incumbent Broome County Sheriff Dave Harder made his choice for undersheriff Monday.   Chris Bracco announced that if elected he will select Scott Evans as his... more

DOT to Mill and Pave Bevier and Chenango Streets VIEW VIDEO
October 27, 2014 - Starting Tuesday the State Department of Transportation will mill and pave Bevier Street from Chenango Street to the Route 7 on ramp. The DOT is picking up the entire $115,000 cost of the... more

Drive By Shooting in Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
October 27, 2014 - A shooting occurred on Pine Street in Downtown Binghamton on Monday. At approximately 5:03 Monday evening, Binghamton Police say they got a report of a drive by shooting at 47 Pine Street. Upon... more

Mayor David Attends Conference on City Design VIEW VIDEO
October 27, 2014 - Binghamton Mayor Rich David discussed plans on economic development at a conference at Syracuse University this past week. David was one of eight mayors, and the only New York State mayor present... more

Missing Teen Found in Good Health VIEW VIDEO
October 26, 2014 - An Endwell teen is found in good health after police say she was missing since July.   16-year-old Paige Lott-Urich was found at a home in Binghamton around 11 a.m. Saturday morning. New York... more

Monster Scramble Run Raises Money for MS Society VIEW VIDEO
October 26, 2014 - Running through a cemetery right before Halloween might not be your ideal situation... but for a group of locals it was all for an important cause. The 5k-10k monster scramble race took place in... more

Local Schools Participate in STAC VIEW VIDEO
October 26, 2014 - Heading pass Maines Veteran's Memorial Arena Sunday, you might've heard some loud cheering. Sunday they hosted was the Annual Southern Tier Athletic Conference fall cheer leading competition. The... more

Binghamton Man Facing Drug Charges VIEW VIDEO
October 24, 2014 - A Binghamton man is facing several charges, including criminal possession of a controlled substance after a routine traffic stop.     Police say 24 year old Joseph  Losito  was stopped for using a... more

NYSEG Offers Tips On Keeping Safe This Winter VIEW VIDEO
October 24, 2014 - The colder weather is just around the corner and that means turning up the heat to make sure you're comfortable indoors.     Officials at NYSEG want to make sure people  are aware of the dangers... more

More Testimony In The Murder Trial Of Man Accused Of Killing Neighbor VIEW VIDEO
October 24, 2014 - Phone records and video surveillance were presented Friday as testimony continues in the trial of Christopher Davis. Davis is charged with first and second degree murder for the brutal death of his... more

The BMTS is Looking For Ways To Improve Service VIEW VIDEO
October 24, 2014 - If you ride the city bus, filling out a quick survey during an upcoming commute could help BMTS serve you better.     Starting on October 26th Binghamton University students will be handing out... more

Rescue Mission Helps Turn Around Lives VIEW VIDEO
October 23, 2014 - The first annual Hope Awards ceremony was held Thursday night, honoring previously homeless men who are working to turn their lives around.     The ceremony was hosted by the Binghamton Rescue... more

Two Teens Charged in Binghamton Burglary VIEW VIDEO
October 23, 2014 - Binghamton Police say two teenagers who were armed with a handgun are now in custody after robbing a Binghamton home. The armed burglary took place Wednesday night around 8:50 at this home on... more

Candidate For Lt. Gov.Makes a Stop in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
October 23, 2014 - One day after the only scheduled televised gubernatorial debate, the Republican running for Lieutenant Governor stopped by Binghamton to pick up a slew of endorsements.     Christopher Moss who is... more

Key Witness Called to Stand in Day 2 of Davis Murder Trial VIEW VIDEO
October 22, 2014 - The trial of the Johnson City man accused of killing his neighbor in an attempted robbery continued Wednesday. The man who was with accused murderer Christopher Davis the day Patricia LaCaprara... more

Binghamton Heroin Arrest VIEW VIDEO
October 22, 2014 - Another big heroin bust in the City of Binghamton. Authorities arrested 38-year-old Kendall Smith after executing a search warrant at his home on Ogden street. Police say they found 245 packages... more

Binghamton University's Center of Excellence Promotes Economic Growth VIEW VIDEO
October 22, 2014 - Turning research at Binghamton University into a catalyst for economic growth. That's the thought behind the newest building on campus, the school's new Center of Excellence. State... more

Democrats Criticize Preston Budget Proposal VIEW VIDEO
October 22, 2014 - Democrats in the Broome County Legislature are taking aim at County Executive Debbie Preston's proposed budget.     They say Preston broke her promise by not continuing a greater distribution of... more

Large Heroin Bust VIEW VIDEO
October 21, 2014 - A Binghamton man is behind bars after police say they found him in possession of  371 envelopes containing heroin. 21-year-old Kenneth Godfrey of Mather Street is charged with criminal possession... more

Prosecution Calls Eight Witnesses in Day 1 of Davis Trial VIEW VIDEO
October 21, 2014 - The prosecution called eight witnesses today in the trial of Christopher Davis, a Johnson City man accused of killing his neighbor in an attempted robbery last year. Davis is charged with one... more

Orionid Meteor Shower Visible through Saturday VIEW VIDEO
October 20, 2014 - Haley's comet may only come once every 76 years but it leaves a spectacular wake you can enjoy once a year - including now.   The Orionid meteor shower began on October 17th and runs through... more

Christopher Davis Jury Selection to Begin Monday VIEW VIDEO
October 19, 2014 - A trial is scheduled to start tomorrow for a man accused of killing his neighbor in Johnson City. 43-year-old Christopher Davis faces 1st degree murder, second degree murder and robbery charges.... more

Locals Walk to Benefit American Foundation for Suicide Prevention VIEW VIDEO
October 19, 2014 - Locals are showing their support and raising money for the american foundation for suicide prevention.   On Sunday, Otsiningo park held its first "out of darkness" walk.  About a hundred people... more

32nd Annual CHOW Hunger Walk Works to Trample Hunger VIEW VIDEO
October 19, 2014 - The County is walking all over hunger. The Broome County Council of Churches invited people and area organizations to participate in the 32nd Annual CHOW Hunger Walk. Walkers trampled in a 2.5... more

Local Teen Opera Singers Prepare for Broadway Review at Roberson VIEW VIDEO
October 19, 2014 - A church in Binghamton echoes sounds of opera and hits from Broadway shows like Les Mis and Phantom of the Opera -- and while the talent may sound like it comes from Broadway, it actually comes from... more

Police Respond to Shots Fired In Johnson City VIEW VIDEO
October 18, 2014 - Police respond to shots fired in a Johnson City neighborhood. Just after 6:00 Saturday evening police responded to shots fired near 6 Beverly Place in Johnson City. Binghamton police were on... more

Binghamton Makes Strides Against Breast Cancer VIEW VIDEO
October 18, 2014 - All shades of pink could be seen at Recreation Park as locals joined together in the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk Saturday morning.   Organizers say nearly 5000 people showed... more

V.I.N.E.S. Teaches Locals How to Plant Garlic VIEW VIDEO
October 18, 2014 - We all love a little garlic to flavor up that favorite dish.. but do we know how to harvest the spice? Vines or Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Environments hosted a garlic planting workshop.... more

Binghamton University President Delivers State of Union Address VIEW VIDEO
October 18, 2014 - At BU -- it's homecoming!  University President Harvey Stenger is informing students, parents, faculty and alumni about the progress the university is making.   Saturday dozens gathered inside... more

BU Center for Career and Professional Development Is Renamed VIEW VIDEO
October 18, 2014 - Binghamton University's newly renovated Center for Career and Professional Development has a new name.    The university held a ceremony to dedicate the center as the Fleishman Career Center, in... more

A Binghamton Man Suspected Of String Of Burglaries In Police Custody VIEW VIDEO
October 17, 2014 - Pennsylvania Police have in custody a Binghamton man suspected of carrying out a string of burglaries in Susquehanna County.     Police in Johnson City and Vestal helped U.S. Marshalls catch... more

Former Employee of Handicapped Children's Association Facing Charges VIEW VIDEO
October 17, 2014 - A former employee of the Handicapped Children's Association in Binghamton is facing charges after prosecutors say she failed to properly monitor a 5 year old girl with autism.   Authorities say... more

Fighting Teen Dating Violence and Cyber Bullying
October 17, 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

Local Veterans Receive A Helping Hand
October 17, 2014 - Local veterans are getting a digital helping hand thanks to a donation from Security Mutual.   The company is giving the Binghamton VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic a computer, printer, and... more

Lt Gov. Candidate Says New Approach Needed To Combat Heroin
October 17, 2014 - The Republican candidate for Lt. Governor says the state needs a new approach to combat heroin, starting with implementing a statewide school resource officer program.     Christopher Moss was... more

Former Gubernatorial Candidate In Binghamton to Discuss New Book
October 17, 2014 - The woman who ran a popular campaign for the 2014 race for New York State Governor made an appearance in downtown Binghamton  Friday night.     Zephyr Teachout was at River Read Books to discuss... more

A Binghamton Woman Shares Her Fight Against Breast Cancer
October 17, 2014 - Saturday morning kicks off the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk at Recreation Park in Binghamton. In preparation for the event we've been bringing you stories about how breast cancer affects... more

Broome Legislator Says He's Not Resigning VIEW VIDEO
October 16, 2014 - The Broome County Lawmaker who pled guilty to drunk driving last week says he's not resigning from the Legislature. According to Democratic Party Chairman Jim Testani, Legislator Anthony Fiala... more

The Binghamton Police Department Purchases New Equipment VIEW VIDEO
October 16, 2014 - The Binghamton Police Department will be getting some new equipment thanks to a state grant.     The $100,000 dollar grant will be used to purchase 6 vehicle dash cameras, a live finger print... more

Teens Learn the Dangers of Impaired Driving VIEW VIDEO
October 16, 2014 - Thursday Broome County students learned how to stay safe while driving. The Broome County Traffic Safety program and the Stop DWI program hosted today's interactive teen traffic safety... more

Murder Trial Of Christopher Davis Set To Begin On Monday VIEW VIDEO
October 16, 2014 - Jury selection is set to begin Monday in the trial of a man accused of killing his downstairs neighbor in an attempted robbery.   Christopher Davis is charged with one count of murder in the... more

Job Numbers Up in NYS. What about Binghamton? VIEW VIDEO
October 16, 2014 - Good news on the employment front in New York State, but what about our area?   The state added 4,500 private-sector jobs in September as the unemployment rate dropped to 6.2%, the lowest level... more

The Head Of Syracuse Diocese Says Mass At Seton Catholic VIEW VIDEO
October 15, 2014 - Bishop Robert Cunningham, the head of the Syracuse Diocese, led a mass on Wednesday at Seton Catholic.     The liturgy was for faculty, students, and parents this afternoon. Cunningham visits the... more

Binghamton Residents Attend Citizen's Police Academy VIEW VIDEO
October 15, 2014 - Those interested in learning more about law enforcement or how the Binghamton Police Department operates have their chance to do so.     On Wednesday night the Citizen's Police Academy got... more

The Veterans Memorial Arena Hosts Greater Binghamton College Day VIEW VIDEO
October 15, 2014 - Trying to decide which college to attend can be a daunting task for students and their families.     But Wednesday's event at the Veterans Memorial Arena made it a little easier for  prospective... more

Binghamton Man Charged With Hindering Prosecution VIEW VIDEO
October 14, 2014 - A Binghamton man has been arrested after police say he attempted to block deputies from arresting a woman who was wanted on a felony drug charge.     Authorities say while they were trying to... more

Governor Cuomo to Begin Initiative to End AIDS Epidemic in New York VIEW VIDEO
October 14, 2014 - Could the number of HIV-AIDS infections eventually go down to zero? That's the goal --  Governor Cuomo is trying to implement a plan to end the AIDS epidemic in New York State.     The... more

Family Court Judge Candidates Speak at Binghamton Rotary Club VIEW VIDEO
October 14, 2014 - Two candidates running for family court judge go head to head today, focusing on what they would bring to the ballot this election. Democrat Peter Charnetsky and Republican Mark Young took time... more

Binghamton Celebrates 55th Columbus Day Tournament of Bands Parade VIEW VIDEO
October 13, 2014 - Heading into downtown Binghamton Monday morning you couldn't miss the trumpets, drums, marching and cheers. The city celebrated it's 55th Columbus Day Tournament of Bands Parade. Rhea Lundeen... more

Binghamton Celebrates Columbus Day With Flag Raising VIEW VIDEO
October 13, 2014 - Before the parade was a flag raising in front of Binghamton City Hall to celebrate Italian heritage in honor of Columbus Day. Mayor Rich David participated in a special raising ceremony of the... more

Heroin Arrests after Traffic Stop VIEW VIDEO
October 13, 2014 - A traffic stop in the Town of Chenango leads to the arrest of two Binghamton residents after police say they had several dozen small envelopes of heroin.     31-year-old Christopher Wolfson and... more

Three Charged with Stealing Car VIEW VIDEO
October 13, 2014 - Police say the driver of a stolen car jumped out of the vehicle as it was still moving, leading to a foot chase and the arrest of three subjects.     About 2 o'clock Sunday morning Broome County... more

Two Local Firefighters Honored at National Ceremony VIEW VIDEO
October 13, 2014 - Two local firefighters lost in the line of duty are now permanent parts of a national memorial.     The names of Owego Fire Captain Matthew Porcari, who was killed in a blaze in January of 2013,... more

Binghamton to Host Columbus Day Festivities VIEW VIDEO
October 12, 2014 - Check another thing off your to-do list tomorrow and head to downtown Binghamton for the Columbus Day Tournament of bands parade! Festivities are scheduled to start at 10 Monday morning. The... more

BU Holds Family Weekend VIEW VIDEO
October 12, 2014 - If you were anywhere near Binghamton University this past weekend, you might have noticed more visitors than normal...   That's because students invited their families to the campus to see their... more

Police Respond to Court Street Vehicle Incident VIEW VIDEO
October 11, 2014 - Binghamton police have responded to a motor vehicle incident on Court Street. The incident happened near the Tompkins Street Bridge on Court Street just before 7:30 Saturday evening. A... more

Citizen Action Members Recognize International Day of Action Against Fracking VIEW VIDEO
October 11, 2014 - Members of Citizen Action in Binghamton are speaking to residents from Pennsylvania who have been directly affected by hydro-fracking in their communities. It's all part of a rally -- and an... more

Survivors and Supporters Join for Bras for a Cause Event VIEW VIDEO
October 11, 2014 - UHS Hospital is bringing light to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Saturday breast cancer survivors and supporters came out to the annual Bras for a Cause event -- all in an effort to raise money for... more

Binghamton Man Faces Drug Charges After Investigators Search Home VIEW VIDEO
October 11, 2014 - A Binghamton man is facing charges after investigators find several grams of crack cocaine in his possession. Leto Ocasio, 22, is facing charges after a home search at 311 Griswold Street in the... more

Fire Breaks Out At A Home In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
October 10, 2014 - A fire broke out at 14 Clayton Ave. in the city.  Authorities say the fire started in the basement. A family was occupying the first floor at the time it broke out.  Authorities say no one was... more

Employees At Family Enrichment Center Are Recognized VIEW VIDEO
October 10, 2014 - It wasn't just a day of training but also a day of recognition for employees of the Family Enrichment Center.     More than 300 hundred employees gathered at the Holiday Inn Friday for their... more

Binghamton Man to Serve 40 Years to Life for Mygatt St. Murder VIEW VIDEO
October 10, 2014 - A Binghamton man will spend at least 40 years behind bars after he pleaded guilty to First Degree Murder and Attempted Murder.     Julian Talamantez was sentenced to 25 years to life for the to... more

David, Ryan Differ over Sewer Fund Deficit VIEW VIDEO
October 10, 2014 - Binghamton Mayor Rich David is laying out a strategy to eliminate a $4.2 million shortfall in the city's sewer fund, one he says is the fault of the previous administration.     David says the... more

Libous, Starzak Debate. Will They Again? VIEW VIDEO
October 10, 2014 - The two candidates for State Senate squared off Friday for the second and possibly final time against each other..     Incumbent Republican Tom Libous and Democratic challenger Anndrea Starzak... more

Voter Registration in Broome County VIEW VIDEO
October 10, 2014 - Friday was your last chance to register to vote in the upcoming election.   The Broome County Board of Elections says that over the past week they've had around 1,000 people register to... more

A Public Hearing On County Executive's Proposed 2015 Budget VIEW VIDEO
October 9, 2014 - A public hearing was held Thursday night at the county's office building. It was a  chance for the public to weigh in on Broome County Executive Debbie Preston's proposed budget for next year. ... more

Lourdes Hospital Celebrates Women VIEW VIDEO
October 9, 2014 - October is breast cancer awareness month.      On Thursday night at Traditions at the Glen in Johnson City Lourdes Hospital hosted an event "celebrating women".  Several activities took place... more

Trucker Driver Escapes Unscathed After Rig Rolls Over VIEW VIDEO
October 9, 2014 - A truck driver is lucky to have escaped unscathed as his rig rolled over on the on-ramp to Route 81 south by exit six on upper front street.     It happened after 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon. ... more

Broome County Legislator Pleads Guilty To DWI VIEW VIDEO
October 9, 2014 - Broome County Legislator Anthony Fiala pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated Thursday morning in Binghamton City Court.   Binghamton Police responded to a hit and run accident involving a... more

Five More Properties In Binghamton Set To Be Demolished VIEW VIDEO
October 9, 2014 - Five more properties in the city of Binghamton are set to be demolished.       This after City Council on Wednesday night approved. Mayor Rich David's transfer of 175,500 dollars from vacant... more

Starzak Wants Televised Debate with Libous VIEW VIDEO
October 9, 2014 - The Democrat challenging State Senator Tom Libous wants a televised debate and says Libous is ducking the request.     Anndrea Starzak would like Libous to participate in a debate hosted by The... more

Former County Employee Is Sentenced VIEW VIDEO
October 8, 2014 - A former spokesman for Broome County Executive Debbie Preston was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty to driving while intoxicated last year.   29 year old James Worhach of Binghamton will... more

Downtown Haunted House Shuts Down VIEW VIDEO
October 8, 2014 - A haunted house in Binghamton turned out to scare city fire officials. "Dave's Haunted House of Horrors" which opened on Wednesday, October 1st, has already shut it's doors. The house was not up... more

Binghamton Fire Chief Remembers Local Fallen Firefighters VIEW VIDEO
October 8, 2014 - As two local firefighters lost in the line of duty are set to be honored nationally, Binghamton's fire chief is hoping they are not forgotten.     The names of Owego Fire Captain Matthew Porcari,... more

SUNY Broome Holds Academic Services Fair VIEW VIDEO
October 8, 2014 - Students in need of a little help at SUNY Broome had plenty of options Wednesday as the school held it's Academic Services Fair.   Campus resources include counselling and accessibility services,... more

Binghamton Goes Green! VIEW VIDEO
October 8, 2014 - One building in downtown Binghamton is going green.     Binghamton's first Green Roof occupies the 2nd and 3rd floor terraces of 2 court street. According to mayor Rich David, just four years ago... more

New Teaching Method Used to Better Engage Students VIEW VIDEO
October 8, 2014 - The 5th grade class at Theodore Elementary does things a little differently. The curriculum hasn't changed, but the way of teaching it has. Erin miller, a 5th grade teacher, says "Whole Brain... more

Public Has Chance To Speak On Closure Of Mental Health Clinic VIEW VIDEO
October 7, 2014 - The fight to keep the Broome County Mental Health Clinic from closing continues. On Tuesday night at the Broome County Library the public had the chance to weigh-in on the proposed closure of the... more

Routine Traffic Stop Lands Binghamton Man Behind Bars VIEW VIDEO
October 7, 2014 - A Binghamton man is behind bars after a routine traffic stop in Windsor.  State Police say 59 year old Anthony Fischetti was pulled over because his rear plate lamp wasn't working properly while... more

Officials Discuss Future of Abandoned BAE Site VIEW VIDEO
October 7, 2014 - It's an abandoned site that has become an eyesore and it's demolition will have environmental and economic impact on the Town of Union. With the old BAE site in Westover set to come down.     The... more

Haunted Halls for a Worthy Cause VIEW VIDEO
October 7, 2014 - If you're brave enough to step into the Haunted Halls of Horror you can be sure of one thing... "Guarantee we'll get a scare out of you," says Co-Creator Todd Fedyshyn. Creators of the 15,000... more

NY Honors Two Fallen Firefighters VIEW VIDEO
October 7, 2014 - Two local firefighters who lost their lives in the line of duty were honored by the state today.    The names of Owego Fire Captain Matthew Porcari, who was killed in a blaze in January of 2013,... more

Sheriff Candidate Chris Bracco Plans to Combat Heroin VIEW VIDEO
October 7, 2014 - After the unveiling of the prescription dropbox Democratic Broome County Sheriff Candidate Chris Bracco took the opportunity to lay out his plan to combat another kind of drug: heroin. Bracco... more

Perscription Dropbox Added to Broome County Office Building VIEW VIDEO
October 7, 2014 - The Broome County Office Building has a new accessory. In the lobby you can see a prescription drop-off box -- all part of the county's initiative to crack down on the illegal use of prescription... more

Vestal Avenue in Binghamton Water Interruption VIEW VIDEO
October 7, 2014 - The City of Binghamton is warning residents of an interruption of water service on Wednesday October 8th from Genesee Avenue to Mill Street. The interruption is due to the need for repair and... more

Did Cuomo Administration Alter Methane Study? VIEW VIDEO
October 7, 2014 - Did the Cuomo Administration alter and delay a report studying methane in water wells? According to a report by, yes.   The 2011 federal study was commissioned by the Cuomo... more

Car Crash Leads to a Felony Arrest VIEW VIDEO
October 6, 2014 - A car crash in the town of Binghamton results in a felony DWI arrest. The Broome county sheriff's office says on Saturday night just before midnight 37-year-old Shannon Bennedum was the driver of... more

BU Officials Talk about New SUNY Sexual Assault Policy VIEW VIDEO
October 6, 2014 - Governor Cuomo's new sexual assault policy won't change the way that Binghamton University handles sexual assault on campus.     Under the new policy all SUNY schools will follow new system-wide... more

Broome Co. Health Department Holds First of Three Flu Clinics VIEW VIDEO
October 6, 2014 - Forget about the leaves changing colors. One sure sign of Fall - flu season is here. The Broome County Health Department held it's first of three flu clinics Monday. This year's vaccine includes... more

Airlines See Smaller Seating, Is Binghamton Affected? VIEW VIDEO
October 6, 2014 - Airline seats are getting smaller. According to a USA Today article, a rash of air-incidents comes from smaller seating, limited leg room and claiming that middle arm rest -- but are we having... more

Broome County Health Department to Offer Flu Vaccines VIEW VIDEO
October 5, 2014 - It's that time of year: flu season!  Monday the Broome County Health Department begins their Flu Clinics for the public. The clinics are open to anyone ages 3 and up and the vaccine will... more

Local Farm Showcases Fall Art VIEW VIDEO
October 5, 2014 - Broome County is trying to bring awareness to farming and agriculture in the area -- it's all part of their Broome County Farm Trail 2014.   This morning local farm Sticks and Stones gardens held... more

Binghamton Honors A Hero VIEW VIDEO
October 4, 2014 - The Occupational Health Clinical Center Conference room at Cornell Cooperative Extention has a new name. The room is now named  after Nell Connor who was a worker at a Binghamton clothing  factory... more

Zoo at Ross Park Hosts Howloween at the Zoo VIEW VIDEO
October 4, 2014 - Now that we've entered the month of October,  we're not the only ones getting into the fall spirit. Binghamton's Zoo at Ross Park held it's annual "Howloween" At the Zoo event. Children were... more

Lisle Man Arrested for Alleged Rape and Kidnapping VIEW VIDEO
October 3, 2014 - A Lisle man is behind bars for allegedly kidnapping and raping a 23-year-woman. Authorities say the incident took place in July but it was not reported to police until earlier this... more

Mayor Gives Sneak Peek to Columbus Day Festivities VIEW VIDEO
October 3, 2014 - Italian flags are already lining Court Street in downtown Binghamton.     The city announced details of the upcoming Columbus Day Tournament of the Bands parade on October 13. Local high... more

The Meaning Behind Lower Gas Prices VIEW VIDEO
October 2, 2014 - Jason:  Prices at the gas pump are falling. Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial  explains what that says about our economy. Greg.  Greg:  Thanks Jason. During the recession, falling gas prices were... more

20-Year-Old Arrested for Having 23 Bags of Heroin VIEW VIDEO
October 2, 2014 - A Binghamton man has been arrested after police say he sold twenty bags of heroin to another person in the Village of Endicott. The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force says it... more

Officials Break Ground on High-Tech Incubator VIEW VIDEO
October 2, 2014 - Local officials are hopeful that the new high tech incubator could be a key to revitalizing downtown Binghamton. County Executive, Debbie Preston says, "This has been a long time coming. For years... more

Starzak Calls for Greater Agriculture Economy VIEW VIDEO
October 2, 2014 - Democratic candidate for State Senate Anndrea Starzak says Albany can do more to help local farmers and help grow our area's agriculture economy.     Starzak spoke Thursday in front of a farmer's... more

Broome Legislator Tony Fiala Arrested for Alleged DWI VIEW VIDEO
October 2, 2014 - Broome County Legislator Tony Fiala is accused of driving drunk, getting into a crash with a bicyclist and then leaving the scene of the accident...     The incident happened about midnight... more

Greek Peak Upgrades and Repairs VIEW VIDEO
October 2, 2014 - Winter is just around the corner and for many that means hitting the slopes with their skis or snowboards. On Thursday night, owners of the Greek Peak Mountain Resort met with members of the... more

Students Celebrate Success of Eat Well, Play Hard Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
October 2, 2014 - Students at Roosevelt Elementary School in the city had reason to celebrate  Thursday night.     They were recognized for their hard work in creating a school garden and growing their own... more

Traditions Casino Development Plan Gets Approved VIEW VIDEO
October 1, 2014 - Traditions Casino and Resort may still be waiting to learn its future from New York's Gaming Commission. But tonight, developers got the green light from the town of union to move ahead with the... more

Binghamton's Veteran's Memorial Arena is Renamed VIEW VIDEO
October 1, 2014 - Downtown Binghamton's Memorial Arena has a new name. Wednesday officials, veteran's, and family members celebrated the newly named Floyd L. Maines Veteran's Memorial Arena. New rights for the... more

Chris Moss Makes Campaign Trail Stop in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
October 1, 2014 - Elections are right around the corner and the Republican Party is trying to gain some more supporters.   Chemung County Sheriff and candidate for Lt. Governor Chris Moss made a stop in Binghamton... more

Millions to Fight Veteran Homelessness in Central New York VIEW VIDEO
October 1, 2014 - 1,000 veteran families in Central and Upstate New York at risk of being homeless, including here in Binghamton, now have new hope.     $4 million is coming to 36 New York counties as part of a... more

I-81 Ramp to Open Ahead of Schedule VIEW VIDEO
October 1, 2014 - A major milestone in phase one of the Prospect Mountain Project as the 17 Eastbound ramp to I-81 North prepares to open. Since the I-81 Northbound ramp closed at the beginning of the summer,... more

Tending to the Mental Health of Breast Cancer Patients VIEW VIDEO
September 30, 2014 - When we talk about cancer treatment we usually think of the physical--mainly chemotherapy and radiation. But what about dealing with a patient's mental health? Over the past couple of days Samantha... more

Municipal Leaders Learn About Challenges in Agriculture VIEW VIDEO
September 30, 2014 - The Cornell Cooperative Extension and Broome County Planning would like municipal leaders to better understand agriculture and the key role it plays in  Broome County. Tonight the Cornell... more

NYS Senate Candidates Square-Off in Forum Before Election VIEW VIDEO
September 30, 2014 - The two candidates running for state senate in the 52nd district went head to head in Binghamton Tuesday. Anndrea Starzak and Senator Tom Libous laid out their priorities if elected. Both sides... more

Binghamton Police Look for Stabbing Suspect VIEW VIDEO
September 30, 2014 - Binghamton Police are looking for your help in finding people who may be connected to an early-morning stabbing that took place Saturday.     Police say a man was stabbed multiple times in front... more

Land Bank Looks for Millions to Fight Blight VIEW VIDEO
September 30, 2014 - The Broome County Land Bank Corporation has applied for $2.9 million in state funding to continue the fight against blight.     The funding  is a part of the second round of the Attorney... more

Astronaut Shares Educational Experiences VIEW VIDEO
September 29, 2014 - Monday night a special speaker paid a visit to Binghamton University. The center of excellence building at B.U. welcomed NASA Astronaut Dr. Jeanette Epps. The Syracuse native worked as a... more

Local Yoga Empowers People of Africa VIEW VIDEO
September 29, 2014 - How can making a mind-body connection in Binghamton help build communities in Africa? The Africa Yoga Project's "Handstands, Hugs, and Highways" came to Binghamton University's west gym on... more

Binghamton Condemns Three Properties VIEW VIDEO
September 29, 2014 - Megan Seymour has lived on Vine Street in Binghamton for the past 8 years. "We've seen a lot of changes since we moved in its completely different down there now than it was when we moved in.  it... more

BU Nursing Grant to Focus on Rural Mental Health VIEW VIDEO
September 29, 2014 - Binghamton University's Decker School of Nursing is trying to fill the gaps it says exists in treating mental illness in young adults.   The school is receiving a $125,000 grant from the US... more

Theater Organist Visits Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
September 28, 2014 - Anything "organical" goes.. Gene Roberson is a Californian guest master theater organist here to rock the house at the forum in Binghamton! The Johnson City High School Sophisticates were also... more

Broome County Officials Give Tour of Local Farms VIEW VIDEO
September 28, 2014 - Broome County officials want locals to know what agriculture does for our area.   Tomorrow Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo, and Assemblyman Clifford Crouch will host a bus tour of Broome County... more

Roberson Holds Second Annual RoberCon VIEW VIDEO
September 28, 2014 - Characters from Star Wars, Live Action Role-Playing and comic books -- those were just some of the things seen at Binghamton's second annual RoberCon. Hundreds of locals came out supporting their... more

Binghamton Wingfest 2014 Winner Crowned VIEW VIDEO
September 28, 2014 - Wingfest has its winner! The Old Union Hotel is claiming the crown of "King of Wings". The results come after Binghamton's third annual Wingfest yesterday. Two contests were held: wing... more

Vestal Celebrates Diversity with 5K VIEW VIDEO
September 28, 2014 - Vestal is celebrating cultural diversity with a run and walk. M-2 Management and the Vestal Coal House hosted the around the world 5K run/walk which kicked off at noon Sunday. Runners started... more

Wingfest Provides Good Fun For Entire Family VIEW VIDEO
September 27, 2014 - The age old question: which came first the chicken or the egg, did not  seem to matter to those at the Binghamton Wingfest today. The 3rd annual festival included live music, dancing and of course... more

New Citizens Sworn in During Ceremony In Broome County
September 26, 2014 - Broome county welcomed 40 new American citizens Friday. People from 20 different countries took part in Friday's naturalization ceremony at the Broome County courthouse. Manthan Patel from... more

What BU's School of Pharmacy Could Mean To Johnson City VIEW VIDEO
September 26, 2014 - There has been a lot of attention surrounding revitalizing downtown Binghamton, but Governor Cuomo's announcement regarding the location of BU's Pharmacy School could be the beginning of the... more

NYSEG Impersonators Attempt to Scam Local Businesses VIEW VIDEO
September 25, 2014 - Binghamton Police say that someone is trying to scam some southside businesses by threatening to turn off their power unless they  make a payment to NYSEG in a timely manner. Cathi Furner says it... more

Former Broome County Employee Running For Legislative Seat VIEW VIDEO
September 25, 2014 - A former employee of the Broome Developmental Center is throwing his hat into  the ring for a Broome County Legislative seat.   On Thursday at the Charles F. Johnson park, Robert Reynolds... more

Local Activists Protest Fracking at Cuomo's BU Visit VIEW VIDEO
September 25, 2014 - With the Governor's trip to Binghamton, local anti-fracking activists came out to spread their message.   Dozens stood outside the building--holding signs and chanting anti-fracking messages to... more

The Zoo At Ross Park Loses Its Accreditation VIEW VIDEO
September 25, 2014 - Some bad news for the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park.  Zoo officials say they've lost their accreditation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.     The Zoo's five year accreditation will expire... more

Democratic Candidate for Lt. Governor Attends Rally in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
September 24, 2014 - Lt. Governor candidate Kathy Hochul is making her way around New York State promoting her campaign.     Wednesday evening Hochul praised Governor Cuomo for his positive leadership highlighting... more

The HP Hood Distribution Center is Closing VIEW VIDEO
September 24, 2014 - More bad news for the southern tier's economy. The HP Hood Distribution Center located on Conklin Avenue in Binghamton is closing its doors on November 11th.     The company which ... more

Police Warn Binghamton Residents To Lock Vehicle Doors VIEW VIDEO
September 24, 2014 - A warning from Binghamton police to lock your cars.     They are seeing a rise in reports of theft from vehicles. Police say in most cases owners did not lock their vehicles. Authorities also... more

Sheriff Candidates Draw Differences VIEW VIDEO
September 23, 2014 - It was not a debate at Brothers 2 restaurant in Endwell today, but incumbent Republican Sheriff Dave Harder and his challenger Democrat Chris Bracco still  made clear the differences between each... more

Democratic Legislator Proposes GPS Tracking Ban VIEW VIDEO
September 23, 2014 - Broome County Legislator Jason Garnar is looking to crack down on people using GPS devices to track people without their permission. The legislator says there are currently no federal or state laws... more

Binghamton Unemployment Down in August VIEW VIDEO
September 23, 2014 - Unemployment is down in Binghamton, with August numbers showing the jobless rate to be 6.3 percent. This compares to 7.3 percent from August of 2013.   The best-performing sector was leisure and... more

Farmers Learn About Milk Pricing Protection Program VIEW VIDEO
September 23, 2014 - Milk is like gold to farmers and like gold the price is always fluctuating. Tuesday the Cornell Cooperative Extension hosted an informational meeting about the marginal protection program offered by... more

Prayer Group Hosts Inter-Faith Prayer Service for Peace in the Middle East VIEW VIDEO
September 22, 2014 - The week of September 21st is International Peace Week. Monday night the local prayer group "peace seekers" invited the community to pray for peace in the middle east. People from a variety... more

Pepsi Closing Binghamton Warehouse VIEW VIDEO
September 22, 2014 - About 50 people will out of a job at the Pepsi beverage warehouse on Broad Avenue in Binghamton. the company has announced.   It is closing the facility in mid-November. In a statement Pepsi says... more

St. Michael's Church Hosts Annual Carpathian Festival VIEW VIDEO
September 21, 2014 - St. Micheal's Church is celebrating their heritage with an Annual Carpathian festival. Festivities kicked off just before noon Sunday at the St. Michael's Recreation Center on Clinton Street.... more

Mother Asks Community to Help Purchase Tombstone for Slain Son VIEW VIDEO
September 21, 2014 - The mother of a shooting victim last year is asking for the community's help in order to purchase a tombstone for her son.   On October 4th last year, 27-year-old Sergio Beldo suffered a gunshot... more

Binghamton Fights to End Alzheimer's Disease VIEW VIDEO
September 21, 2014 - Binghamton is fighting to end Alzheimer's Disease.  Sunday morning more than 600 locals showed their support in the Annual Walk to End Alzheimer's. Walkers participated in a 3-mile walk... more

Family Raises Awareness for SMA VIEW VIDEO
September 21, 2014 - One family is trying to raise money for Spinal Muscular Atrophy or SMA.   Sunday morning the public was invited to the Cure SMA Day Craft and Vendor Fair held at the Harrison Street... more

Community Helps Support Child with Heart Defect VIEW VIDEO
September 20, 2014 - A local family is thanking the community for supporting their son, who's was born with a heart defect.   Elliot Root is seven years old and lives with hypo-plastic right heart syndrome -- a... more

Gary's U-Pull Hold Annual Customer Appreciation Day VIEW VIDEO
September 20, 2014 - Another local business is hosting events to benefit charity -- Gary's U-Pull in Binghamton is celebrating 35 years in business with the community. Saturday the company held their annual Customer... more

Seton Catholic Students Harvest Potatoes to Benefit Local Charity VIEW VIDEO
September 20, 2014 - Some school students are spending their weekend contributing to local food banks. Seton Catholic Central students took time to help with potato harvesting Saturday morning. The harvesting took... more

NYS Comptroller Audit Shows Sex Offender Monitoring Needs Improvement VIEW VIDEO
September 19, 2014 - An audit by the New York State Comptroller's office shows that local law enforcement agencies are not responding quickly enough when it comes to updating the state's sex offender registry.     The... more

12th Annual Men Who Cook Competition and Fundraiser VIEW VIDEO
September 19, 2014 - An amateur cook-off by a diverse group of cool guys took place tonight at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in the city.   Over 20 amateur chefs, including Fox 40's own Jason Weinstein put together... more

Trevis Johnson Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter Charge VIEW VIDEO
September 19, 2014 - The man accused of killing a 27 year old man during an attempted robbery last October has pleaded guilty to manslaughter.     21 year old Trevis Johnson pleaded guilty Friday morning in Broome... more

Police: Endicott Couple Went on Spending Spree with Stolen Money VIEW VIDEO
September 19, 2014 - The list of charges against an Endicott couple portrays them as a real life Bonnie and Clyde. Endicott police say Patrick J. Murphy, 44, and Samantha Walker, 31, broke into a North Page Avenue... more

ACHIEVE Holds Its Savor The Summer Event VIEW VIDEO
September 18, 2014 - It was a night of wine and food tasting in Binghamton  Thursday night as the organization "ACHIEVE" held its 5th annual "Savor the Summer" event.     Atendees had the chance to sample some of the... more

Binghamton University Holds Its Job And Internship Fair VIEW VIDEO
September 18, 2014 - From the current unemployed to the future employed, Binghamton University held it's fall 2014 Job and Internship Fair on Thursday.     96 employers were scouting for talent at the Events Center,... more

Support Available for Local Veterans VIEW VIDEO
September 18, 2014 - There is help available. That was the message Thursday at the Southern Tier Veterans Support Group Information Day.     The purpose was to inform veterans of VA healthcare benefits as well as... more

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld to Perform at Forum Dec. 5 VIEW VIDEO
September 18, 2014 - Jerry Seinfeld is set to perform at the Broome County Forum Theatre in December. The famed comedian is best known for his ability to point out the humor in everyday life. Seinfeld will perform... more

Should Non-Citizens Have the Right to Vote in NY? VIEW VIDEO
September 17, 2014 - Should people in New York State, regardless of their immigration status, be allowed to vote and hold civil office?     A new bill proposed by a state senator would allow it. The "New York is Home... more

Village Board Appoints New Johnson City Police Chief VIEW VIDEO
September 16, 2014 - Lt. Brent Dodge was officially appointed as the new Chief of Police at tonight's Johnson City Village Board meeting. More than 15 members of the Johnson City Police Department were at tonight's... more

SUNY Broome Gets Funding For SUNY Bee VIEW VIDEO
September 16, 2014 - On Tuesday Governor Cuomo announced 6 million dollars in funding for SUNY Broome that will go towards nurturing an active start up community for student projects.     The project is called the... more

Chenango Place Opens In Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
September 16, 2014 - Chenango Place apartments, one of Binghamton's largest redevelopment projects held it's official ribbon cutting Tuesday night.     The apartments are located at 7 Court Street in a building that... more

Organization Helps People Get Back On Their Feet VIEW VIDEO
September 16, 2014 - Helping those down on their luck get back on their feet is the goal of one organization located here in Binghamton.     Whitney Place is a supportive residence for homeless men. CEO Alan... more

Locals Enjoy Binghamton's Tenth Restaurant Week VIEW VIDEO
September 16, 2014 - Locals are already chowing down at some favorite restaurants in downtown Binghamton as Restaurant Week kicks off! From Tuesday until next Friday, restaurants are offering  three-course lunch and... more

Binghamton 2015 City Budget VIEW VIDEO
September 15, 2014 - Binghamton Mayor Rich David lays out a $91.8 million spending plan in his first budget address. David is proposing a .4% tax increase for residents. 1.9% for businesses. Those figures are based... more

BGM Designing North Apron VIEW VIDEO
September 15, 2014 - One week after receiving a $960,000 grant to improve security, the Greater Binghamton Airport is getting almost $169,000 in federal money to rehabilitate the area where planes get de-iced. The... more

Volunteers Renovate Children's Home Visiting Room VIEW VIDEO
September 15, 2014 - Volunteers unveiled the finished work to a special room at the Children's Home of Wyoming Conference. The staff of the children's home walked in Monday morning to see a top-to-bottom makeover to... more

Endicott Man Faces Charges After Threatening to Kill Officers, Police Say VIEW VIDEO
September 14, 2014 - An Endicott man is facing charges after officials say he threatened to kill a police officer Saturday evening.   Broome County Sheriff's deputies say they attempted to take 44-year-old Jack Goham... more

Judge Elect Mike Baker Mingles With Locals VIEW VIDEO
September 14, 2014 - Binghamton could see a new judge this election -- and the Republican Committee wants the public to familiarize themselves with the candidate.   A tailgate party took place this afternoon for... more

Phelps Park Hosts End of Summer Party VIEW VIDEO
September 14, 2014 - The Phelps Park Committee and the Northside Neighborhood Assembly are celebrating the end of summer -- and they're doing it with some frozen yogurt! Yogurt-eating went down Sunday afternoon at... more

Cornell Cooperative Extension Hosts Gourd and Artisan Festival VIEW VIDEO
September 13, 2014 - Cornell Cooperative Extension and the New York State Gourd Society are encouraging the public to learn some art techniques. Saturday the organizations held their First Annual Gourd and Artisan... more

Comptroller Tom DiNapoli Visits Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
September 13, 2014 - Comptroller Tom DiNapoli is making his way around New York State -- and one of his stops is right here in Binghamton.   The comptroller is in town trying to collect voters while also hearing from... more

Binghamton Holds First Annual Brew Fest VIEW VIDEO
September 13, 2014 - If you're a beer or wine lover this is probably an event for you -- Binghamton Hosts it's first ever brew fest. The event kicked off Saturday at the Broome County Veteran's Memorial Arena. It... more

Local Astronaut Speaks At Kopernik Observatory & Science Center VIEW VIDEO
September 12, 2014 - On Friday night residents of the southern tier had an opportunity to get up close and personal with an Astronaut who grew up in Windsor. Doug Wheelock spoke at the Kopernik Observatory and Science... more

Good Food for a Good Cause at Binghamton's Restaurant Week VIEW VIDEO
September 12, 2014 - Good grub and a good cause as Binghamton gets ready for it's next restaurant week which starts next Tuesday.   Twenty seven locally-owned Binghamton restaurants will be taking part.  During... more

Early-Morning Robbery leads to Arrest VIEW VIDEO
September 12, 2014 - An early-morning robbery at a gas station netted an early-morning arrest.     17-year-old  Joshua Smith of Binghamton was taken into custody after police responded to the Hess gas station on... more

Fugitive From Justice Arrest in Town of Union VIEW VIDEO
September 12, 2014 - A Binghamton man who was wanted in Pennsylvania on burglary charges has been arrested in the Town of Union.   Authorities say they were called to Laurelton drive around 8:45 Friday morning for a... more

Gubernatorial Candidate Talks About November Election VIEW VIDEO
September 12, 2014 - The Green Party candidate for Governor Howie Hawkins was in Binghamton on Friday.     Hawkins sees inroads in his bid to be Governor following Tuesday's primary results. One in three democrats... more

Remembering 9/11: Candlelight Vigils Around The Southern Tier VIEW VIDEO
September 11, 2014 - Thirteen years after deadly attacks changed our nation, Southern Tier residents took time Thursday night to remember those lost in the 9-11 terror attacks. Candlelight vigils were held in towns... more

Ceremony Held to Honor Fallen State Trooper VIEW VIDEO
September 11, 2014 - (Port Dickinson) -- As thousands around the Southern Tier remembered  lives lost 13 years ago, candles were lit Thursday night to honor a New York State trooper killed just three months ago. The... more

Local Astronaut To Speak At Kopernik Observatory VIEW VIDEO
September 11, 2014 - An out of this world visit from someone who's journey to the stars began right here in Broome County.     Windsor High School grad and astronaut Doug Wheelock will speak at the Kopernik... more

Binghamton Remembers 9/11 VIEW VIDEO
September 11, 2014 - Thursday marks the 13th anniversary of the 9-11 terror attacks and there were numerous remembrances throughout the area.     In Binghamton Mayor Rich David led a ceremony flanked by fire and... more

Binghamton Airport Receives Grant To Upgrade Security VIEW VIDEO
September 11, 2014 - The Greater Binghamton Airport is getting nearly one million dollars to upgrade security.  Congressman Richard Hanna announced the $960,000 grant from the Federal Aviation Administration on... more

What Do Cats & Investment Strategy Have in Common? VIEW VIDEO
September 11, 2014 - Jason: One financial website recently  announced: "more americans own  cats than stocks." Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial is here to make some  sense of that. Greg....  Greg: It's unclear... more

Former City Official Is Sentenced To Prison VIEW VIDEO
September 10, 2014 - The former Director of Binghamton's Parks and Recreation Department will be spending his weekends in the Broome County jail for the next nine months.   In April 73 year old John Whalen of... more

Organization Discusses Ways To Prevent Suicides VIEW VIDEO
September 10, 2014 - Each year nearly one million people die from suicide, that means one death every 40 seconds. It's a total that exceeds the number of death from war and homicide combined.     On Wednesday morning... more

Senate Candidates Look Toward November VIEW VIDEO
September 10, 2014 - The race for state senate in the 52nd District is now set after Tuesday night's primaries. Incumbent Republican Tom Libous held off a challenge from Candor businessman Denver Jones. He will... more

Pre-School on Binghamton University Campus Loses License VIEW VIDEO
September 10, 2014 - A pre-school on the campus of Binghamton University has lost its license to operate by the New York State Office of Family and Children Services. The campus pre-school and early childhood center... more

First Ever Binghamton Brew Festival VIEW VIDEO
September 10, 2014 - There will be plenty on tap this weekend during the first ever Binghamton Brew Fest. The event will take place Saturday from 4-7pm at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena. Organizers say... more

Binghamton Prepares For Comedy and Arts Festival VIEW VIDEO
September 10, 2014 - Binghamton, get ready for some laughter! The Binghamton Comedy and Arts Festival is right around the corner.   It's the second year for the event...and festivities kick off Friday and go through... more

Binghamton Man Facing Felony Charges for DWI VIEW VIDEO
September 9, 2014 - A Binghamton man is facing felony charges for aggravate driving while intoxicated after police say his blood alcohol content was almost three times the legal limit. State police arrested 28 year... more

Where Does Binghamton University Rank? VIEW VIDEO
September 9, 2014 - U.S. News and World Report has released it's rankings of colleges so where does Binghamton University rate among the best schools in the country?   Binghamton University comes in in a six-way tie... more

Can Tioga Downs and Traditions Coexist? VIEW VIDEO
September 9, 2014 - Two of the three groups trying to earn the Southern Tier casino license are at odds over whether or not they could coexist. Traditions at the Glen and Tioga Downs both presented casino plans to... more

10th Annual ZooneyFest Helps Raise Money for ALS VIEW VIDEO
September 9, 2014 - The ice bucket challenge is a recent trend to help raise money for ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease. But a decade-old event that has helped local people battling the illness returns on... more

Organizers Rule Empire Fest a Success VIEW VIDEO
September 8, 2014 - Binghamton's first Empire Festival went so well that organizers are already planning next year's. Downtown Binghamton turned into a carnival with rides, vendors, and food. People got to enjoy... more

New York State Senate Primary Preview VIEW VIDEO
September 8, 2014 - Local Republicans have a chance to go to the polls Tuesday to make their choice for state senator. Tom Libous, who was first elected to Albany in 1988, will face first-time candidate Denver Jones... more

Plans Underway for Conklin Housing Project VIEW VIDEO
September 8, 2014 - While some homes are being demolished in Conklin, others could be popping up. The town is working with a private developer and the Broome County IDA to create a housing complex for seniors and... more

Annual Binghamton Memorial Stair Climb Honors Fallen 9/11 Firefighters VIEW VIDEO
September 7, 2014 - It was nearly 13 years ago when 343 New York City firefighters lost their lives during 9-11. To honor those lost lives, Binghamton's City Hall hosts an annual Stair Climb -- an event that... more

Binghamton Celebrates 14th Annual Blues on the Bridge VIEW VIDEO
September 7, 2014 - If you've lived in the Binghamton area for a while now you're probably familiar with the sounds of the blues... that's right -- Blues on the Bridge went down Sunday on Corner Riverside Drive and... more

Cornell Cooperative Extension Holds Electronics Recycling Day VIEW VIDEO
September 7, 2014 - Cornell Cooperative Extension is encouraging you to recycle those electronics. That's right -- anything that plugs into a wall is a go! Saturday The Extension hosted an Electronics Recycling... more

'Touch a Truck' Event Helps Local Community Familiarize with Jobs of Emergency Personnel VIEW VIDEO
September 7, 2014 - JCC Binghamton invited people of all ages out to "Touch a Truck" ... an effort to familiarize people with the jobs of emergency personnel. For just $5 per person and $20 per family -- kids were... more

Locals Protest Against Police Brutality; Following Events in Ferguson VIEW VIDEO
September 6, 2014 - It's been nearly a month since Missouri teen Michael Brown was shot and killed by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.  But community members are still expressing their concern about those who... more

Local Chuch Holds Fundraiser; Hopes to Update Church VIEW VIDEO
September 6, 2014 - A Binghamton church is trying to raise some money to repair their building.  Saturday the Evangelical Lutheran Church hosted a tent and bake sale. On the menu: baked beans, bar-b-cue chicken,... more

Humane Society Hosts 4th Annual Doggie Duck Dash VIEW VIDEO
September 6, 2014 - The Broome County Humane Society is trying to bring awareness to some animals in need of a home. It's the fourth year for the Doggie Duck Dash, formerly known as the Duck Derby. Festivities... more

Broome County Democrats Participate in Basketball Tournament VIEW VIDEO
September 6, 2014 - Some Broome County Democrats are showing off some major skills on the basketball court.   Minority Leader of Broome County Legislature Jason Garner, County Legislature Dan Reynolds, Broome County... more

Graduation Day for Binghamton Firefighters VIEW VIDEO
September 5, 2014 - After fourteen long weeks of intensive mental and physical training, 16 recruits became Binghamton firefighters today. Several officials spoke at the ceremony at the auditorium at ben franklin... more

Springbrook Opens New Satellite Office In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
September 5, 2014 - It was an exciting day for Springbrook, a facility that offers support and services to those with developmental disabilities. Today, the Oneonta based organization opened a new satellite office on... more

First Annual Empire Festival Is Held In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
September 5, 2014 - Downtown Binghamton has been turned into a carnival for the weekend.     It's not the first time, but organizers of the new Empire Festival say it is the first of its kind. Everything from the... more

Fugitive Pair Arrested in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
September 5, 2014 - US Marshals captured two Binghamton men wanted in New Jersey. Federal Marshals arrested 42-year-old Adriane D. Williams and 36-year-old Michael T. Robinson In their Pennsylvania Avenue home Friday... more

A Push to End Veteran Homelessness in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
September 5, 2014 - There's a new push nationwide to end veteran homelessness city by city, and one city ready to take that challenge - Binghamton.     Friday Mayor Rich David signed an agreement with the Office of... more

Fugitive From Justice Arrested In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
September 4, 2014 - A Pennsylvania man suspected of shooting a female in Wilkes Barre on Labor day has been arrested in Binghamton.     Police say members of the Community Response Team stopped a vehicle at the... more

Sex Offender Arrested in Endicott VIEW VIDEO
September 4, 2014 - A Binghamton man is behind bars after police say he had sexual contact with a 17-year-old female while she was sleeping. Endicott police charged 20-year-old Jonathon Negron with the felony of... more

Arts Council Honors Individuals For Contributions To Field VIEW VIDEO
September 4, 2014 - The city of Binghamton has a thriving arts community and its part of what makes the southern tier a great place to live.     On Thursday the Broome County Arts Council announced the winners of... more

"Taste of the Tier" Cystic Fibrosis Fundraiser VIEW VIDEO
September 4, 2014 - Personal stories were told and food was shared tonight to raise money for a disease that still has no cure. Tonight the central New York chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation put on an event... more

Can Binghamton Become World-Class College Town? VIEW VIDEO
September 4, 2014 - Recent years have seen four student housing developments in downtown Binghamton,  the expansion of Binghamton University's footprint downtown and student body. "I think this year the freshman... more

County Executive Has Final Round Of Chemotherapy VIEW VIDEO
September 4, 2014 - Broome County Executive Debbie Preston is recovering after her final round of chemotherapy.     In an email update, Preston said the past few months have been very difficult. She credited the... more

Parking Study for Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
September 3, 2014 - Mayor Rich David is concerned about the parking situation in downtown Binghamton.  Plans presented last night during the Binghamton City Council work session call for a nine month moratorium, or... more

Powell Sentenced to Life in Prison Without Parole VIEW VIDEO
September 3, 2014 - It was an emotional day for the families of Christina Powell and Mario Masciarelli as they awaited  the sentencing of Aaron Powell. The man convicted of murdering the two in march of... more

Mother Remembers Fallen Binghamton Officer at her Memorial VIEW VIDEO
September 3, 2014 - Wednesday is what would have been Katie Brown's 29th birthday. Brown was a three-year veteran of the Binghamton police force who was killed in an off-duty motorcycle accident on Route 434 East in... more

Tempers Flare At Binghamton City Council Meeting VIEW VIDEO
September 2, 2014 - A hot topic of discussion at Tuesday night's City Council meeting was whether or not council members should be required to verify their residency. This after Councilman Matzo released information... more

School and Heath Experts Offer Germ Prevention Tips in Classrooms VIEW VIDEO
September 2, 2014 - While parents and students are gearing up for the first day of school, there is one thing they probably aren't looking forward to -- germs in the classroom. According to the CDC,  elementary school... more

Olive Garden Provides Local Police with Lunch VIEW VIDEO
September 1, 2014 - Some first responders who had to work on this Labor Day got a bit of a lunch treat. Olive Garden provided lunch Monday for Binghamton Police and firefighters at the Binghamton Police Station... more

Binghamton Man Arrested for Driving with Stolen Plates VIEW VIDEO
September 1, 2014 - The Broome County Sheriff's Office says it arrested a Binghamton man for driving a car with stolen plates without a license.   57-year-old Khamsiene Kinthiseng was pulled over early Monday... more

How to Stay Healthy When Heading Back to School VIEW VIDEO
September 1, 2014 - Tieliek Curry is an example of an all too common trend among college students. Coming into college, Curry says he gained not a freshman 15, but a freshman 20. "You know you get bombarded with... more

The Expenses of Starting School VIEW VIDEO
September 1, 2014 - "I'm excited about rotating classes, but I'm also nervous about rotating classes," says Aidan Kiefer. On Wednesday, Aidan Kiefer will start middle school. But before he can head back to school... more

Impact of Prospect Mountain Construction on Labor Day Travel VIEW VIDEO
August 31, 2014 - If you plan on traveling this labor day, you might have to drive through Prospect Mountain... Construction on the mountain is said to be moving along steadily, and it's about 75%... more

Downtown Student Kick-Off Acquaints Students with Local Businesses VIEW VIDEO
August 31, 2014 - Learning where to eat, or shop, could be daunting for BU students new to the area. Fortunately, an organization of students called CommuniKey  and Twin River Commons are making sure students are... more

Teachers Paint Education Games on Playground at Elementary School VIEW VIDEO
August 30, 2014 - Classes haven't started back up yet but that didn't stop some teachers and students from heading to school this weekend. They all spent the day painting games one the Benjamin Franklin Elementary... more

Update on Arrest of Former Binghamton Mayor, Matt Ryan VIEW VIDEO
August 29, 2014 - New information tonight about the arrest of former Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan. Ryan spoke with Fox 40 about the harassment charge which stems from a recent argument with Victor Furman at a bar in... more

Update on Councilwoman Webb's Residency VIEW VIDEO
August 29, 2014 - Broome County Democratic Committee Chair James Testani is calling for an apology from Councilman Matzo. Earlier this week Matzo released information from a private investigator accusing district 3... more

Libous v. Jones in the Primary Election VIEW VIDEO
August 29, 2014 - Denver Jones is one step closer to facing state Senator Tom Libous in the republican primary. A judge denied an application to remove Denver Jones from the ballot after a final count on Jones's... more

Empire Festival Supports Binghamton Youth VIEW VIDEO
August 29, 2014 - We're just one week away from the Binghamton Empire Festival. The three day festival has a variety of youth based activities with all proceeds benefiting Broome County's Urban League and On... more

Chenango Street Reopens Ahead of Schedule VIEW VIDEO
August 29, 2014 - A street that was supposed to open Saturday opened earlier than expected.   Chenango Street between Moffat Avenue and Sturges Street reopened both both car and pedestrian and bicycle traffic... more

Elderly Man Arrested for Inappropriately Touching a Minor VIEW VIDEO
August 28, 2014 - A 91 year-old man has been arrested after being accused ot forcibly touching a child. New York State Police at Binghamton have arrested Edward Wist of deposit on two misdemeanor charges for... more

Back to School Shopping at Target VIEW VIDEO
August 28, 2014 - Parents and children of all ages were at Target on Thursday shopping for school supplies.     As kids get ready to head back to school stores like Target are gearing up for one of the busiest... more

Former Binghamton Mayor, Matt Ryan, Arrested VIEW VIDEO
August 28, 2014 - Former Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan has been arrested and faces harassment charges after a physical altercation with pro-fracking activist victor furman in the town of barker last... more

B.U. Students Return to School VIEW VIDEO
August 28, 2014 - Expect some traffic delays over the next few days. Sixteen thousand Binghamton University students are getting ready to start a new semester. Today was a milestone for 2,500 freshman like Liam... more

New Bullet Proof Vests for Local Police Officers VIEW VIDEO
August 28, 2014 - New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman was in Binghamton today addressing an issue that he says needed to be addressed much earlier. Law enforcement officers never know when a routine... more

Anndrea Starzak Opens Campaign Headquarters VIEW VIDEO
August 27, 2014 - Anndrea Starzak's campaign headquarters are officially open. The democratic candidate for New York State Senate held a party earlier this evening at her new campaign headquarters on Clinton Avenue... more

Zephyr Teachout Speaks in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
August 27, 2014 - Following the announcement of the Sierra Club's endorsement of the gubernatorial candidate, Zephyr Teachout met tonight with members of the Southern Tier Sierra Club to discuss what she hopes to... more

Entrepreneur Workshop Hopes to Prevent Youth Violence VIEW VIDEO
August 27, 2014 - The death of Scott Wright Jr. has had lasting effects on the the Binghamton community. It even  inspired one local man to help children  use their energy to pursue their dreams instead of... more

Meth Lab Bust in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
August 27, 2014 - An unexpected discovery as Binghamton Police responded to a noise complaint, where they found evidence of a working meth lab. 27 year-old Scott Salmini has been arrested and charged with one... more

Webb Dismisses Residency Concerns VIEW VIDEO
August 27, 2014 - Councilwoman Lea Webb said Wednesday that a fellow council member's allegations that she does not live in her district are completely untrue. Republican Councilman John Matzo said he received... more

BU Breaks Ground on New Facility VIEW VIDEO
August 27, 2014 - Binghamton University is breaking ground on a new smart energy research facility. Its a result of the NY SUNY 20-20 plan approved by governor Cuomo. The building is a $70 million, 114,000... more

Pennslyvania Residents Arrested for Stolen Vehicle VIEW VIDEO
August 26, 2014 - Two people from Pennsylvania have been arrested following a traffic stop that police say revealed they were in a stolen vehicle. 23 year old Breanne Dileo and 31 year old Jason Gonzalez were... more

Cuomo Announces $7 Million in Awards VIEW VIDEO
August 26, 2014 - Governor Cuomo announced today that nearly seven million dollars in awards will be awarded to the State University of New York's High Needs Program to support Workforce Development in fields that are... more

Former Binghamton Priest Pleads Guilty to Child Porn Charges VIEW VIDEO
August 26, 2014 - A former priest who spent three decades in the Binghamton area, including a 19-year career at Seton Catholic Central pled guilty to six counts of child pornography Tuesday. The Syracuse Diocese... more

BU Program to Benefit Students and Community VIEW VIDEO
August 26, 2014 - Broome county will be looking a little more colorful this summer thanks to some Binghamton University students. The university is launching a pilot program geared toward helping students engage in... more

Police: Binghamton Mans Steals Jewelry and Scrap Metal VIEW VIDEO
August 26, 2014 - A Binghamton man accused of stealing over three thousand dollars worth of jewelry and scrap metal is behind bars. The Broome County Sheriff's Office detective division arrested 31-year-old... more

Binghamton Man Arrested for Burglary and Larceny VIEW VIDEO
August 26, 2014 - A Binghamton man has been arrested after being accused of both burglary and larceny on two separate occasions. 22-year-old Erik Jones was arrested by the Broome County Sheriff's Office detective... more

Chris Thater Weekend is a Huge Success VIEW VIDEO
August 25, 2014 - Crews spent Monday getting downtown Binghamton back to normal after it hosted the Chris Thater races this  weekend. This after thousands of spectators saw hundreds of racers take to the... more

1.2 Million Dollar Grant Promotes Healthy Neighborhoods VIEW VIDEO
August 25, 2014 - A 1.2 million dollar facelift for Broome County should make some local neighborhoods healthier over the next five years. The Broome County Health Department earned the grant called the Healthy... more

STIC Does Ice Bucket Challenge VIEW VIDEO
August 25, 2014 - Members of an organization which helps people find independence despite extraordinary challenges took on a challenge of their own,  the Ice bucket Challenge. Staff at the Southern Tier... more

Locals Engage in RiverFest at Roberson VIEW VIDEO
August 24, 2014 - Who doesn't like a little music, food and fun? ... The Roberson Museum invited locals to come out for their annual RiverFest.   Festivities kicked off at 10 this morning and featured live... more

Wendy's Walk for Kids Fundraiser Features Local Sports Celebrities VIEW VIDEO
August 24, 2014 - You're probably used to seeing B-Mets players decked out in baseball gear, but not today.  The players swapped them out for aprons! It's all part of the Wendy's Walk for Kids fundraiser. It all... more

Binghamton Hosts Chris Thater Memorial Cycling Races VIEW VIDEO
August 23, 2014 - An annual tradition for many years has moved from Recreation Park, to downtown Binghamton. Today thousands came out to support the many activities.   The 31st Annual Chris Thater Memorial Cycling... more

Former Baseball Player Motivates Individuals at NYSEG Stadium VIEW VIDEO
August 23, 2014 - Hundreds of disabled children and their parents shared the field with Big Leaguers today at the B-Mets stadium, all while learning from a longtime player and coach who has fought a battle with polio.... more

Possible Meth Lab in Apartment Building Fire VIEW VIDEO
August 22, 2014 - Two people are under arrest after an investigation into an apartment building fire showed evidence of a possible meth lab.     The fire at 23 Baxter street we told you about yesterday was quickly... more

New Binghamton Officer Focuses on Off-Campus Students VIEW VIDEO
August 22, 2014 - Binghamton University students living off campus this year will see a new face this fall.     Friday Binghamton Mayor Rich David and Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger announced the... more

Denver Jones Appellate Court Win VIEW VIDEO
August 21, 2014 - State Senator Tom Libous is one step closer to facing a Republican primary challenge after all. Thursday a New York State appellate court reinstated 203 signatures on the petition submitted by... more

Town of Maine Meets Potential Candidates VIEW VIDEO
August 21, 2014 - With the Town of Maine's election coming up, members of the community had the chance to meet the possible candidates for the race. Hundreds from the town attended the Meet the Candidates Night... more

Getting Physically & Mentally Ready for School VIEW VIDEO
August 21, 2014 - Doctors say there's one step you and your children need to do before heading back to school. "Go to your pediatrician. Make sure you have your annual physical done," said Dr. Roopa Sherma But... more

Binghamton Apartment Fire Becomes Training Opportunity for Recruits VIEW VIDEO
August 21, 2014 - Fire officials are still investigating the cause of an apartment fire this morning. But as firefighters put out the blaze they turned it into a teachable moment for the newest members of their... more

Republicans Call for Council President's Resignation After Leaked Email VIEW VIDEO
August 20, 2014 - Republicans on Binghamton City Council are renewing their calls for the resignation of Council President, Democrat Teri Rennia. At issue is an email written by city Democratic Chair Marty Doorey... more

Feasts With the Beasts VIEW VIDEO
August 20, 2014 - When you think of things that normally go together specialty cuisine, desserts, wine, and maybe even a little live music, but Wednesday night guests at a different kind of dinner party added zoo... more

Annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Campaign VIEW VIDEO
August 20, 2014 - Breast cancer survivors, caretakers and people who just want to help fight for the cure came together to kick off the Annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Campaign. A packed crowd at the... more

Binghamton Man Pleads Not Guilty for Murder Charge VIEW VIDEO
August 20, 2014 - The Binghamton man charged with shooting and killing a city teenager pled not guilty Tuesday. Andre Lee is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Scott Wright Jr. Lee allegedly shot... more

State University Police Will Carry Heroin Antidote at BU VIEW VIDEO
August 19, 2014 - When state university police patrol Binghamton University's campus this semester, officers will carry an extra piece of equipment.   Twenty-five officers will carry the heroin antidote drug,... more

Major Optics Innovation at BU VIEW VIDEO
August 19, 2014 - Nanotechnology could be big business for one company in Binghamton. How small is nano? how about one billionth of a meter?      Chroma Nano Tech is a start-up company in the Binghamton University... more

Binghamton Sees Drop in July Unemployment VIEW VIDEO
August 19, 2014 - Binghamton's unemployment rate in July was 6.7% - that's the lowest it's been in the month of July in six years...     It's also down more than one percent from the 7.8% it was in July of 2013.... more

Astorino Unveils Job Plan in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
August 19, 2014 - Republican candidate for Governor Rob Astorino unveiled what he calls a comprehensive job plan for New York State in Binghamton Tuesday.     Astorino says his  plan outlines a reform agenda to... more

Taser Training at Broome County Sheriff's Office VIEW VIDEO
August 19, 2014 - This years Broome County law enforcement academy is working on earning their certification for using tasers in the field. Recruiter McAddo from Watertown Police Department said, "that's the... more

Two Lucky Locals Hit it Big in the Lottery VIEW VIDEO
August 19, 2014 - Two lucky Broome County residents got some big checks today - literally and figuratively - from the New York State Lottery...   Jane Downey of Binghamton and Dana Wells of Port Crane were... more

Bettye Canestaro VIEW VIDEO
August 18, 2014 - "I don't think so, I'm sure it's not me," said Bettye Canestaro Bettey Canestaro could hardly believe when she learned that she was receiving the 2014 Woman of Distinction Award. "We look at a... more

Binghamton School Teachers Take Bus Tour VIEW VIDEO
August 18, 2014 - The first day of school is fast approaching - and not just for students. New teachers in the Binghamton City School District won't be going in cold. Today, they got a special tour of the district.... more

Democrats Further Address City Clerk Controvery VIEW VIDEO
August 18, 2014 - Binghamton Democrats are clarifying their position on the vacant deputy city clerk position. This after the city's Democratic Chair Marty Doorey put out a job description saying part of the... more

Senator Libous Responds to FBI Raid VIEW VIDEO
August 18, 2014 - State Senator Tom Libous was on hand to honor this year's Woman of Distinction and he also addressed a recent report that the FBI raided his home on August 8th. Taking a laptop belonging to his... more

Pre-K Funding for Local Schools VIEW VIDEO
August 18, 2014 - Four Southern Tier school districts will see over a million dollars from the state in full-day Pre-K funding. Spencer Van-Etten will get over $72,000, Otselic Valley over $151,000, Whitney Point... more

Kids to "Leave Their Mark" at Phelps Park VIEW VIDEO
August 16, 2014 - Kids living on the North side of Binghamton have the opportunity to make a lasting impression in the community within the next month.   New improvements are continuing at Binghamton's Phelps... more

Binghamton Celebrates 101 Annual Bazaar VIEW VIDEO
August 16, 2014 - A yearly tradition continues in Binghamton as St. Mary's church is celebrating its 101st Annual Bazaar. The celebrations featured games, entertainment and of course plenty of food. It has... more

Law Enforcement Cracking Down On Drunk Driving For Labor Day VIEW VIDEO
August 15, 2014 - The Broome County Stop-DWI program is taking extra precautions this Labor Day to ensure your safety on the roads.     Starting Friday through September 1st, Broome County authorities will use... more

Drugs Seized During Traffic Stop in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
August 15, 2014 - Crack cocaine, heroin and cash are a few of the items Binghamton Police say they recovered during a traffic stop Thursday night.     The Binghamton Police Community Response Team stopped the... more

Campers At Kopernik Observatory Create Cool Lego Works VIEW VIDEO
August 15, 2014 - Some local fourth and fifth grade campers at the Kopernik Observatory in Vestal took something most of us did as children to a whole new level.   The advanced lego we-do robotics campers created... more

Binghamton Man Pleads Guilty to First-Degree Murder VIEW VIDEO
August 15, 2014 - A 21-year-old Binghamton man pled guilty today to first-degree murder and attempted murder in the first degree in connection to a killing on Mygatt street last November.     Julian Talamantez... more

Suspect in Three Binghamton Break-Ins Arrested VIEW VIDEO
August 15, 2014 - He's currently on parole for a prior burglary conviction and now a Waverly man is behind bars again for the same charge...     Binghamton Police say 27-year-old Cody Blake broke into three homes... more

Chris Bracco Looks to get One Step Closer VIEW VIDEO
August 14, 2014 - Chris Bracco is in full swing for his campaign for the Broome County Sheriff position.   Tonight at Thai Time, Bracco held his fundraiser in hopes getting one step closer.  Bracco says that he'd... more

Grand Jury Indicts Andre Lee VIEW VIDEO
August 14, 2014 - The man accused of shooting and killing a Binghamton teenager has been indicted..     A Broome County Grand Jury has charged 22 year-old Andre Lee is now charged with Murder in the Second Degree,... more

Broome County Attorney Pleads Not Guilty To Larceny Charges VIEW VIDEO
August 14, 2014 - A Binghamton attorney has pled not guilty to four counts of Larceny and Scheming to Defraud.   John Cadore is accused of overbilling the State Supreme Court's Attorneys for Children Program and... more

Report: Libous' Home Raided by FBI VIEW VIDEO
August 13, 2014 - A dozen FBI agents raided the Binghamton home of State Senator Tom Libous and his wife, Frances, on Friday and took records and a computer belonging to Frances Libous.   This according to a... more

Police: Woman Attacked Elderly Man in Home Invasion VIEW VIDEO
August 13, 2014 - A Johnson City woman is facing charges after Binghamton Police say she attacked an elderly man during a home invasion last week.     Binghamton Police arrested 54-year-old Valerie... more

Suspect Pleas Not Guilty in Trooper's Death VIEW VIDEO
August 13, 2014 - The man accused of intentionally running down and killing New York State Trooper Christopher Skinner on Route 81 in May pleads not guilty to all counts Wednesday. Almond Upton entered the plea in... more

Cortland County Sheriff's Office Looks For Missing Teen VIEW VIDEO
August 13, 2014 - The Cortland County Sheriff's Office is looking for a missing girl from McGraw. Makayla Standish, 16 was last seen outside of Cortland Jr/Sr High school on August 8th leaving voluntarily in a... more

Binghamton Outsourcing VIEW VIDEO
August 13, 2014 - Mayor David is announcing a new initiative that will  the allow the city to respond when private property owners ignore code violations. David is awarding the city of Binghamton two bids for lawn... more

Children's Home Receives Grant at Ice Cream Social VIEW VIDEO
August 12, 2014 - Let them eat cake... and ice cream. The Children's Home celebrated its 56th annual ice cream social Tuesday evening. While volunteers handed out cake and ice cream,  AT&T handed over a check for... more

Starzak Kicks off Campaign Against Libous VIEW VIDEO
August 12, 2014 - Former Vestal Town Supervisor Anndrea Starzak  - who is challenging State Senator Tom Libous in November - kicked off her district-wide tour in Owego Tuesday...     Her message? Adding jobs and... more

Arrest in Tuesday Afternoon Bank Robbery VIEW VIDEO
August 12, 2014 - A Binghamton man is under arrest after a bank robbery Tuesday afternoon in the Town of Chenango....     It took place about 1:30 at the Tioga State Bank on Upper Front Street. That's when police... more

New Convenience Store on Robinson Street, Approved VIEW VIDEO
August 11, 2014 - Robinson Street in Binghmaton will be getting a new convenience store. The  Planning Commission Council approved plans for the new E-Z Mart at tonights meeting. Residents of Binghamton and some... more

Youth Program Community Fair VIEW VIDEO
August 11, 2014 - For six weeks during the summer BOCES students spent time working in the field they love. This was part of the summer youth employment program where students spent time in schools, restaurants,... more

Republicans in Furor over City Clerk Email VIEW VIDEO
August 11, 2014 - Binghamton Republicans are calling for City Council President Teri Rennia's ouster after a job description emailed by Democrats for the city's deputy clerk position. In the email Republicans say... more

Kids Produce Eco-Robots in Summer Camp Program VIEW VIDEO
August 11, 2014 - Who knew a simple toothbrush could be transformed into a robot? well that's what some young kids are learning this week. It's all part of one of Cornell Cooperative Extension's Robotics and... more

Recreation Park Holds Annual Music Festival VIEW VIDEO
August 10, 2014 - Grab a chair, a bite to eat and enjoy the music -- that was the idea Sunday at Recreation Park. Hundreds came out to listen to several live musical performances for the 19th Annual Rec Park Music... more

Riverside Drive Road Construction to Start Monday VIEW VIDEO
August 10, 2014 - More construction on Riverside Drive will begin Monday.  Drivers using that route will have to find another way to get to their destinations. Riverside Drive between Laurel Avenue and Chestnut... more

Binghamton Hosts First Summerfest VIEW VIDEO
August 10, 2014 - The British are coming! Equinox Broadcasting collaborated with a business on State Street to host Summerfest 2014 -- and its all in honor of the 50th anniversary of the British invasion. Linda... more

The Garlic Fest Kicks Off VIEW VIDEO
August 10, 2014 - The good news is if you weren't in downtown Binghamton today, your breath probably smells great. The bad news? you also probably missed the Garlic Festival. Today  was the last day to grab some of... more

Walking to Cure ALS VIEW VIDEO
August 9, 2014 - ALS, or Lou Gherig's disease is a rapidly progressing neurodegenerative disease that attacks the nerve cells responsible for controlling the spinal cord and brain. "It kills people. most people... more

5K In Memory of Local Educator VIEW VIDEO
August 9, 2014 - It was a 5K to remember a former educator, coach and friend in Endicott today. The third annual Invictus 5K run was held to raise money for the Boys and Girls Club of Western Broome. The race was... more

Motorcycle Ride To Remember Local Teen VIEW VIDEO
August 9, 2014 - 10 years ago, 16-year-old Dominick Torto lost his battle with pneumonia, and today dozens came out to the American Legion in Binghamton for a motorcycle ride in his honor. The Legion's president,... more

American Muscle Cruise-In VIEW VIDEO
August 9, 2014 - Automotive enthusiasts revved up their engines for the first annual American Muscle Cruise-In. The event was held at the Matthews GM Center to benefit Danielle House--a support group for area... more

Pizza, Pizza For The Hungry of Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
August 9, 2014 - Members of the Binghamton community got some free "pizza-pizza" thanks to a nationwide pizza kitchen on wheels. The Salvation Army of Binghamton hosted a picnic with free pizza provided by the... more

Denver Jones Appealing Booting from Ballot VIEW VIDEO
August 8, 2014 - A battle to get on the ballot continues for business man Denver Jones. He is pledging to fight back on Friday after the state deemed  some of his signatures for the Republican Primary invalid at a... more

Garlic Fest to Kick Off Saturday VIEW VIDEO
August 8, 2014 - If you plan on passing through downtown Binghamton this weekend you might smell some garlic in the air. The American Civic Association is hosting its 11th Annual Garlic Fest-- and will feature a... more

Face of Downtown Binghamton to See Improvements VIEW VIDEO
August 8, 2014 - The face of downtown Binghamton could change thanks to the announcement of a number of projects moving forward in this year's Regional Economic Development Council application to the... more

Davis College Post Office Concerns VIEW VIDEO
August 7, 2014 - Many local residents are expressing concern about changes made to the postal office on the Davis College campus.   This comes in an effort to reduce window service hours to help with cost.... more

New Tree House Opens at the Discovery Center VIEW VIDEO
August 7, 2014 - Children at the Discovery Center  now have a new attraction to visit, and all in memory of a long time supporter. A ribbon cutting was held Thursday evening for the Al's Symmetry Tree House, in... more

Binghamton Projects to be Included in Regional Economic Development Funding VIEW VIDEO
August 7, 2014 - Four projects in downtown Binghamton will be included when the next round of regional economic development funding is announced. After today's announcement of the Empire State Development capital... more

Southern Tier's Projects Picked for Economic Development VIEW VIDEO
August 7, 2014 - 28 projects throughout the Southern Tier are in line for 25 million dollars of funding when the next round of regional economic development is announced in the fall. The Southern Tier Regional... more

Bad Behaviors that Could Keep You From Becoming Wealthy VIEW VIDEO
August 7, 2014 - Jason: Economists are identifying behaviors that keep people from becoming wealthy. Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial has some insight. Greg: Thanks, Jason. There's a concept called "Relative... more

Be Super Be Healthy VIEW VIDEO
August 6, 2014 - Kids at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School got to be super-heroes today: super-heroes of healthy living, that is. Second through fourth graders at the school's summer programs participated in a... more

Prospect Mountain Traffic Switch VIEW VIDEO
August 6, 2014 - If you took 17 West this afternoon you probably noticed a new traffic pattern -- two traffic lanes are now open. The Prospect Mountain Construction Project has been underway for about two years... more

Mayor David Announces Plan To Save Taxpayer's Money And Increase Revenue VIEW VIDEO
August 6, 2014 - Mayor David is announcing two directives geared toward saving taxpayers a million dollars while also increasing the city's revenue.     One initiative involves refinancing the city's 2007 public... more

Disney Live Show Coming To Veterans Memorial Arena VIEW VIDEO
August 6, 2014 - Children in Binghamton will get a chance to see Disney cast members perform this week.     Disney Live is bringing Disney's three most popular series to the stage. The performers are presenting... more

Suspect in Home Burglaries Due in Court VIEW VIDEO
August 5, 2014 - The first suspect arrested  that's related to last months' home burglaries in the cities west side is due in court Wednesday morning.   17 year old Nyquan Williams was arraigned in Binghamton City... more

Preview of Binghamton Philharmonic Series VIEW VIDEO
August 5, 2014 - The sounds of the Binghamton Philharmonic are almost set to fill the Anderson Center and Forum Theater.     The group's classical series begins on September 27th.  On Tuesday at the Binghamton... more

Local Kids Learn Veterinarian Care VIEW VIDEO
August 5, 2014 - Some kids in Binghamton don't have to wait until they grow up to be veterinarians. At Kids Vet Science Camp they're learning all the tricks of the trade! Children between 10 and 13 are... more

Mase Madness to Kick Off for 3rd Year VIEW VIDEO
August 5, 2014 - Celebrating a life cut far too short while honoring a legacy centered around basketball and giving back... The McKan family is hosting the third annual Mase Madness in Johnson City. The event... more

City Council Discusses Zoning in Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
August 4, 2014 - Downtown Binghamton could be seeing new building codes as the City Council plans to vote this week on a proposal for  zoning on the Main and Court Street corridor. The City Council met Monday... more

Construction on Chenango Street Could Cause Traffic Delays VIEW VIDEO
August 4, 2014 - If you're driving in parts of Binghamton on Tuesday, you may face some delays. There will be alternating lane closures.  On Chenango Street between Moffatt Avenue and Sturges Street. The work... more

Whalen Sentencing Rescheduled VIEW VIDEO
August 4, 2014 - The sentencing of Binghamton's former parks and rec director who has admitted to stealing more than 50-thousand dollars from the city has been rescheduled...     John "Mokie" Whelan will now be... more

Spiedie Fest Clean-Up VIEW VIDEO
August 4, 2014 - There was plenty of good food and music and of course beautiful hot air ballons dotting our skies. But now its time  to clean up! De-construction of the 2014 Spiedie Fest started Sunday night at... more

FOX-40 Competes in Annual Spiedie Cooking Competition VIEW VIDEO
August 3, 2014 - The task at hand? Impress the judges with a unique tasting spiedie--whether it's lamb, pork or chicken. And all competitors were cooking up a storm.... "It's been a family event, this has always... more

What is it about the Spiedie? VIEW VIDEO
August 2, 2014 - Some come for the  entertainment, others come for the many  vendors, but if there is one thing that almost everyone comes for, it's the spiedie. "I think it's a great community event and I think... more

The 8th Annual Breastfeeding Awareness Walk VIEW VIDEO
August 2, 2014 - While Spiedie Fest activities took place throughout the day at Otsiningo Park, another celebration took place that caught some people's attention. The 8th Annual Breastfeeding Awareness Walk... more

Spiedie Fest Kicks Off VIEW VIDEO
August 1, 2014 - It all started with a sandwich. The Spiedie sandwich has been a Binghamton staple for decades. This weekend residents from across the country will flock to Binghamton for the 30th annual Spiedie... more

Spiedie Festival Traffic and Lane Closures VIEW VIDEO
August 1, 2014 - If you're planning to attend the festival this weekend there are a couple things you will need to keep in mind. The right lane of I-81 will remain closed until 11 am on Monday, August 4th and... more

Broome County Readies Clean Diesel Bus Grant Application VIEW VIDEO
August 1, 2014 - Broome County will submit it's application Monday for four million dollars in federal grants which could change the landscape of public transportation in the area.     The four million dollars... more

Binghamton Youth Tee it Up VIEW VIDEO
August 1, 2014 - Third- and Fourth-graders in Binghamton teed off at Recreation Park working on more than just their golf game.     Binghamton's First Tee Program is part of the Mayor's Youth Success Initiative.... more

"Cops on Top" Raise Money for Special Olympics VIEW VIDEO
August 1, 2014 - Many Dunkin Donuts regulars experienced an unusual fundraising tactic Friday while getting their morning cup of coffee.     Friday at the Dunkin Donuts on Upper Front Street State Police... more

Binghamton Armed Robbery Arrest VIEW VIDEO
August 1, 2014 - Police in Binghamton arrested a man who they believe was involved in an armed robbery at the Kwik Fill Mart on Main Street Wednesday evening.     Binghamton Police and the Tioga County Sheriff's... more

Councilwoman Webb Speaks Out About the New Grocery Store in her District VIEW VIDEO
July 31, 2014 - A Binghamton City Council woman who's been waiting for years for a grocery store to come to her district is speaking out about a plan that would do just that.   Lea Webb says she knows there's... more

Lourdes Hospital Breaks Ground on Healing Garden VIEW VIDEO
July 31, 2014 - "Have you ever heard of a healing garden?" Well Julann Ashmen, an oncology nurse at Lourdes Hospital certainly has. Ashmen is the driving force behind the creation of the new healing garden at... more

Spiedie Fest Kicks off Friday VIEW VIDEO
July 31, 2014 - Binghamton's most anticipated yearly celebration is so close, that you can almost taste it. The 30th Annual Spiedie Fest and Balloon Rally takes place this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at... more

Senator Gillibrand Announces New Legislation VIEW VIDEO
July 30, 2014 - It's called the Campus Safety and Accountability Act, and the 8 Senators in charge of co-sponsoring this legislation say colleges need to be held accountable for the large numbers of sexual assault... more

Water Outage Scheduled for Binghamton Areas Thursday VIEW VIDEO
July 30, 2014 - Some Binghamton residents may be without water tomorrow. Water service on Front Street between Gaines Street and Winding Way will shut down from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow due to... more

Exchange Street Bridge Construction to Begin Shortly VIEW VIDEO
July 30, 2014 - Construction on the Exchange Street Bridge was supposed to begin earlier this spring, but will instead start in late August, or even early September.   The rehabilitation will include tearing up... more

New Grocery Store To Come to Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
July 30, 2014 - A long-awaited grocery store will finally be coming to the north side of Binghamton. Mayor Rich David announced the new development in the former Big Lots building on West State Street. The $4... more

Mythbusters Eco-Edition VIEW VIDEO
July 29, 2014 - When you think detective, I bet you don't think young children!   That's right some local students gathered at Cornell Cooperative Extension for "Mythbusters Eco-Edition". During their time as... more

Binghamton Vendors to Partake in NY State Fair VIEW VIDEO
July 29, 2014 - There will be plenty of Binghamton flavor at this year's New York State Fair. About 30,000 to 40,000 people from Binghamton. And the Southern Tier are expected to make their way to Syracuse in... more

Police Arrest 4th Suspect in Residential Robbery Case VIEW VIDEO
July 29, 2014 - Another arrest in the string of residential robberies in Binghamton from earlier this month. Police today arrested Fawzi Algahaim, co-owner of Gone Mobile. A second-hand dealer of goods such as... more

Sheriff Moss Criticizes Cuomo Over Disband of Moreland Commission VIEW VIDEO
July 29, 2014 - In the wake of questions surrounding Governor Cuomo's disbanding of the Moreland Commission -- the group he set up to investigate corruption in Albany - the GOP's Lieutenant Governor candidate hit... more

Binghamton Celebrates Night Out Against Drugs and Crime VIEW VIDEO
July 29, 2014 - The 19th Annual Binghamton Night Out against Drugs and Crime is just around the corner.   The event will take place on Tuesday, August 5 and include block parties, exhibits, rallies, and safety... more

Family Members of Slain Teen Scott Wright Jr. Donate Blood VIEW VIDEO
July 29, 2014 - Family and friends of Scott Wright Jr. are remembering the teen who was shot and killed earlier this month at the Town and Country apartments in Binghamton. Many of them visited the blood drive at... more

Cuomo's START-UP NY to Offer New Jobs in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
July 28, 2014 - START-UP NY has started up at Binghamton University, with five businesses setting up shop on campus.   START-UP NY provides tax-free zones, mostly on SUNY campuses, that allow companies to... more

Family Battles Hereditary Breast Cancer VIEW VIDEO
July 28, 2014 - Finding out that her father-in-law had breast cancer was tough enough, but finding out that he passed down a hereditary genetic mutation to many of her children has been sometimes overwhelming for... more

Police Release Suspect Names In Early July Burglary VIEW VIDEO
July 28, 2014 - The City of Binghamton police released the names of the suspects related to the home burglaries on Matthews Street and Jutland Road during the morning of July 9, 2014. The three Binghamton... more

Bike Robbery At Gunpoint VIEW VIDEO
July 27, 2014 - A man was robbed of his bike at gunpoint Sunday night at Cheri Lindsay Park in Binghamton. Scanner reports indicated two men robbed another man of his silver Mongoose bicycle just after 7:30... more

Five Businesses Come to Binghamton Thanks To START-UP NY VIEW VIDEO
July 27, 2014 - Five new businesses will be investing nearly $2.4 million in Binghamton --projecting to create more than 80 new jobs in local tax-free areas. The businesses are a direct result of Governor Andrew... more

St. Cyril's Slovakian Festival VIEW VIDEO
July 27, 2014 - Thousands of holupkis, pierogies, and kielbasas were enjoyed as the community celebrated a  multi-cultural Slovakian celebration at St. Cyril's festival in Binghamton. Organizers say that although... more

Weis Market Auctions Equipment VIEW VIDEO
July 27, 2014 - With the closure of several local Weis Markets--the grocery store chain is auctioning off some of its equipment. Up for bid are refrigerators, walk-in coolers, meat slicers, stainless steel hoods,... more

Trendy T-Shirts Take On Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
July 27, 2014 - A local company is quickly raising support and funding for a line of t-shirts you might see Binghamton residents wearing in the coming months. Muckles' Ink is teaming up with BingSpot to advertise... more

Binghamton Martini Walk VIEW VIDEO
July 26, 2014 - Hundreds of area locals headed to Binghamton to get a taste of specialty martinis from various restaurants and bars across downtown.   19 venues participated the third annual Martini Walk and each... more

Remembering Scott Wright Jr. VIEW VIDEO
July 26, 2014 - Although weeks have passed since the tragic killing of Scott Wright Jr., family and friends are still in mourning. A fundraiser in his his name was held at the Martini Room in Kirkwood with a 10... more

Protesters Gather in Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
July 25, 2014 - A meeting in Cairo Friday including Secretary of State John Kerry has failed to broker a cease-fire and end the fighting between Israel and Hamas. The civilian death toll is on the rise and has... more

Christmas in July VIEW VIDEO
July 25, 2014 - An organization is trying to make Binghamton look good for Christmas this year. The Gorgeous Washington Street Association put together a Christmas in July event this evening. The goal is to... more

Scott Wright Jr.'s Parents Speak Out to "Stop the Violence" VIEW VIDEO
July 25, 2014 - "Stop the Violence" that was the theme of tonight's Teen Fest and the message of Scott Wright Sr. and Yahira Garcia.   More than 200 teens and their families gathered in the Binghamton High... more

Aaron Powell Guilty of Killing Estranged Wife and Her Friend VIEW VIDEO
July 24, 2014 - A Broome County jury has found Aaron Powell guilty in the killing of his wife Christina Powell and her friend Mario Masciarelli in her home in the Town of Binghamton in March of 2013. The jury... more

Tri-Cities Opera Welcomes a New Director VIEW VIDEO
July 24, 2014 - The Binghamton Tri-Cities Opera welcomes a new director!    Susan Ashbaker was  assigned to the position during a press conference this morning. She brings plenty of experience including working... more

Lourdes Hospital M.A.S.H. Camp VIEW VIDEO
July 24, 2014 - Children planning on entering the medical field got a chance to scrub up and get some hands on experience.   A group of 8th and 9th grade students from Broome and Tioga counties spent the day... more

Binghamton University Awarded Grant to Preserve History VIEW VIDEO
July 24, 2014 - The Southern Tier hosted some pivotal battles in the Revolutionary War, and now Binghamton University will help preserve some of that history. The American Battlefield Protection Program awarded a... more

New York Times Questions Cuomo on Moreland Commission VIEW VIDEO
July 24, 2014 - The New York Times is raising questions about Cuomo's disbanding of the Moreland Commission - the group he established to investigate corruption in Albany.   According to the newspaper the... more

City Council Agrees on Binghamton Comprehensive Plan VIEW VIDEO
July 23, 2014 - After two years of planning, the city council comes to an agreement tonight on the Blueprint Binghamton. There were six "eyes" and zero "nays" in votes tonight -- which means the comprehensive... more

TSA Officials Talk Prohibited Items on Airlines VIEW VIDEO
July 23, 2014 - TSA officials were at the Binghamton Airport today to talk about prohibited items that people bring to airport checkpoints. TSA's Lisa Farbstein says that many people may carry these items on... more

Binghamton Fire Department Promotion Ceremony VIEW VIDEO
July 23, 2014 - Five Binghamton firefighters were promoted this afternoon during a ceremony at the Binghamton Fire Department Headquarters.   Mayor Rich David joined Fire Chief Daniel Thomas in hosting the... more

Aaron Powell Murder Trial: Day 7 VIEW VIDEO
July 23, 2014 - Today prosecution wrapped up final witness testimony in the Aaron Powell murder trial. Aaron Powell is accused of killing his estranged wife, Christina Powell, and her friend, Mario Masciarelli, in... more

Residents Spot Military Tank On Front Street VIEW VIDEO
July 23, 2014 - It was an odd sight Wednesday across from a local restaurant...when a large military tank was temporarily roadside. The tank seemed large and out of place across from the Spot Restaurant on Front... more

At Least One Injured in Car Wreck VIEW VIDEO
July 23, 2014 - At least one person is in the hospital with minor injuries after a two-car involved incident this evening.   The Broome County Sheriff's Office responded to a wreck on Smith Hill road just after... more

Binghamton University Students Give Solar and Energy Efficiency Presentations VIEW VIDEO
July 22, 2014 - Is New York sunny enough to use solar energy? According to four Binghamton University students, the answer is yes.   Southern Tier Solar Works interns hosted a a lunch-and-learn at the ... more

Craft Beer Affects Binghamton Community VIEW VIDEO
July 22, 2014 - What do drafts and suds have to do with dollars and cents? An expert visits Binghamton Rotary Club to talk about it.     Michael Weisel  the owner of The Galaxy Brewing Company is speaking to... more

Aaron Powell Murder Trial: Day Six VIEW VIDEO
July 22, 2014 - Testimony continued today in the murder trial of Aaron Powell, the Town of Binghamton man accused of killing his estranged wife and her friend. Testimony Tuesday focused on DNA evidence. Day 6... more

Unemployment in Binghamton improves, still down from 2013 VIEW VIDEO
July 22, 2014 - The latest unemployment numbers show a slight uptake in the jobless rate in Binghamton over the past month, but a big drop from a year ago...   The jobless rate in June was 6.5 percent. That's up... more

Eight properties to be demolished in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
July 22, 2014 - Eight properties in binghamton are being torn down in an effort to remove blight from the city... The first property to come down was this house on 30 Pearne Street this morning. Binghamton Mayor... more

Libous Talks Cancer Fight, Fate of State Senate VIEW VIDEO
July 22, 2014 - State Senator Tom Libous says that even before the July 1st announcement of his federal indictment on one count of Providing False Statements to the FBI, he spoke with his doctors about if his health... more

Aaron Powell Trial: Day 5 VIEW VIDEO
July 21, 2014 - Day five of the Aaron Powell trial focused on the arrest of Powell on  March 26th in Springfield Township, Pennsylvania. Broome County Captain Fred Akshar said Powell looked like he had been on the... more

Libous Proclaims Innocence, Readies for Campaign VIEW VIDEO
July 21, 2014 - State Senator Tom Libous reiterated his innocence of the charge of making false statements to the FBI. "I didn't take an envelope full of cash, I didn't conspire to do something. I was... more

Renowned Organist Comes To The Forum VIEW VIDEO
July 20, 2014 - A local high school steel drum band and a world renowned organ performer teamed up at the Forum in downtown Binghamton to give the audience a rare performance. Nathan Avakian played along with... more

Armed Robbery in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
July 19, 2014 - Police are asking for the public's help in identifying two men who robbed a Binghamton store friday evening. Surveillance footage from Silver and Gold Expressions on Main Street around 6:45 Friday... more

71 Residents of the Southern Tier Become Naturalized Citizens VIEW VIDEO
July 18, 2014 - In downtown Binghamton Friday 71 individuals became American Citizens.     The Naturalization Ceremony took place  on the second floor of the Broome County Courthouse.  Hundreds of family... more

Spiedie Eating Contest VIEW VIDEO
July 18, 2014 - For more than 60 years Sam A. Lupo and Sons have been providing the Binghamton area with spiedie sandwiches. "We're a small town so it's nice to be known for a few good things and the spiedie is... more

Day 4 of the Aaron Powell Trial VIEW VIDEO
July 18, 2014 - On Friday we heard from witnesses who's testimony surprised the court and even brought some to tears. Todd Fedor took to the stand and told the jury about his interactions with Aaron Powell on... more

Town and Country Representatives Meet With Officials VIEW VIDEO
July 18, 2014 - Representatives from the Town and Country Apartment Complex met with City of Binghamton officials today following multiple meetings with residents in the wake of the fatal Fourth of July shooting of... more

Two Members of the Broome County Legislature Resign VIEW VIDEO
July 17, 2014 - A surprising announcement at the Broome County monthly Legislature Meeting Thursday evening. Two republican party members announced they are resigning from the Broome County Legislature. George... more

House Fire in the Town of Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
July 17, 2014 - A family is recovering after their home caught fire Thursday evening in the Town of Binghamton. The Town of Binghamton, Silver Lake, Vestal, and 5-Mile Point Fire Departments responded to an... more

Mayor David Meets with Town and Country Residents VIEW VIDEO
July 17, 2014 - Mayor David met with residents  Thursday night to talk about their concerns within the Town and Country Apartments.Tenants of Town and Country apartment complex were not afraid to voice their... more

Aaron Powell Murder Trial Resumes -- Day 3 VIEW VIDEO
July 17, 2014 - The Aaron Powell murder trial resumed Thursday. Powell is accused of killing his estranged wife, Christina Powell, and her friend Mario Masciarelli in Powell's town of Binghamton home in 2013.... more

Binghamton Fire Investigators: Smoking Accident Leads to Man's Death VIEW VIDEO
July 17, 2014 - Binghamton FIre Investigators say a man smoking in his recliner led to the fire that killed him at the North Shore Towers Apartment Complex Wednesday afternoon. The blaze killed the 68-year-old... more

Police: Endicott Man in Jail After Stabbing a Teenager VIEW VIDEO
July 17, 2014 - An Endicott man is in jail after police say he stabbed a teenager on July 11th. Endicott Police responded to a reported stabbing in progress at 1009 Broad Street at 1210am. Patrols found the... more

Lemonade in the Garden Workshop VIEW VIDEO
July 16, 2014 - A gorgeous day on Wednesday and what better way to spend it than in a garden?   Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Environments hosted an educational workshop about gardening and food preservation... more

City Announces Town and County Code Violations VIEW VIDEO
July 16, 2014 - The city of Binghamton is announcing 20 code violations at the Town and Country Apartments after a fatal shooting over Fourth of July weekend. The owner of the complex says the city is conducting... more

Prospect Mountain Bridge to See Changes VIEW VIDEO
July 16, 2014 - Commuters using roads affected by the Prospect Mountain Bridge project will soon be seeing some changes. The newly constructed Route 17 Westbound Bridge is set to open on Friday. In order to do... more

One Man Dies in Isbell Street Fire VIEW VIDEO
July 16, 2014 - A 68-year-old man has died after an apartment fire at 24 Isbell Street in downtown Binghamton. Other residents had to evacuate their homes in the North Shore Tower, including some eyewitnesses to the... more

Binghamton Mayor Plans to Meet with Residents After Teen Shooting VIEW VIDEO
July 15, 2014 - One day after the apartment owner of Town and County Apartments met with residents Binghamton to address safety concerns, the mayor says city officials will do the same. Mayor Rich David, Police... more

Town and Country Residents Meet with Owner VIEW VIDEO
July 14, 2014 - Emotions ran high Monday night as residents met with Jesse Bailey, the owner of Town and Country Apartments. Bailey is instating new security measures in the wake of 19-year old Scott Wright Jr. was... more

Recreation Park Round Table Meeting VIEW VIDEO
July 14, 2014 - Recreation Park in Binghamton is looking to get some upgrades. Monday night a round table session was held to discuss the recent renovations with Price Waterhouse Coopers at Rec Park. Students in the... more

BU Receives Biomedical Research Funding VIEW VIDEO
July 14, 2014 - Binghamton University will get a new 3-D printer. Governor Cuomo announces that  nine SUNY campuses will receive $900,000 in funding for biomedical research. Six different projects will receive... more

Opening Statements at Aaron Powell's Murder Trial VIEW VIDEO
July 14, 2014 - Monday morning the Aaron Powell murder trial began and Mr. Powell was not in attendance. He's accused of killing his estranged wife, 35-year-old Christina Powell and her friend, 24-year-old Mario... more

Fracking Lawsuits Dismissed VIEW VIDEO
July 14, 2014 - Disappointing news for local landowners who want to see hydrofracking in the Southern Tier. A state supreme court judge dismissed a pair of lawsuits, one from the Joint Landowners Coalition... more

Binghamton Police Saves Its First Life With Narcan VIEW VIDEO
July 13, 2014 - The Binghamton Police Department has made their first save of a person overdosed on heroin by using Narcan. Narcan is a nasal spray that reverses the symptoms of an overdose. The police department... more

Double Murder Trial To Begin Tomorrow VIEW VIDEO
July 13, 2014 - The trial for a man accused of killing two people in 2013 will begin tomorrow in Broome County Court.   40-year-old Aaron Powell is accused of killing his estranged wife Christina Powell and her... more

Last Day of July Fest VIEW VIDEO
July 13, 2014 - July Fest finished out its last day--despite the rain and cloudy weather. The festival was filled with games, food, music, and vendors. One man creates hand-made pottery and mugs. Ron Scales of... more

Flames Tear Through House in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
July 13, 2014 - Flames tore through the second story of a house in Binghamton Sunday afternoon. According to the Binghamton Fire Department, they responded to 38 Winding Way just before noon. The fire captain... more

One Man Aims to put an End to Recent Crime VIEW VIDEO
July 12, 2014 - A week after the fatal shooting of the Binghamton teen, Scott Wright Jr. the community is still calling for  drastic change and an end to violent crimes. A moment of silence was held at the July Fest... more

Big, Bold, Beautiful VIEW VIDEO
July 12, 2014 - A local beauty pageant celebrates plus-sized women and strives to let the world know that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Our videographer Heather Kithcart was there for all the... more

Binghamton Celebrates July Festival VIEW VIDEO
July 11, 2014 - This weekend Binghamton is celebrating it's 52nd Annual July Fest. Festivities range from local bands to a 5K run. People from all over Broome County are enjoying the best food and music... more

Jury Selection Completed In Powell Murder Trial VIEW VIDEO
July 11, 2014 - Friday marked the second day of jury selection for the trial of Aaron Powell. He's accused of killing his estranged wife Christina Powell and her friend Mario Masciarelli in 2013. The court has... more

Funeral For Binghamton Teen Who Died From Gunshot Wounds VIEW VIDEO
July 11, 2014 - Hundreds attended calling hours and the funeral for a Binghamton teen who was shot and killed last week.       19-year old Scott Wright Jr died after being shot in the stomach. The line was out... more

Two Binghamton Residents Arrested For Allegedly Stealing Metal Scrap VIEW VIDEO
July 11, 2014 - Two Binghamton residents have been arrested for allegedly stealing metal scrap from a company's parking lot on Water Street.     Authorities say around 11:45 Thursday night they observed 37 year... more

Scott Wright Jr. Funeral Arrangements VIEW VIDEO
July 10, 2014 - Funeral arrangements have been finalized for Scott Wright Jr. He's the teen who died on Monday after being shot last week in front of the Town & Country Apartments. . The funeral will be held at... more

BU Orientation VIEW VIDEO
July 10, 2014 - The first day of classes at Binghamton University will be here soon enough and orientation for freshmen and transfer students is underway. Incoming students have the chance to find their way... more

Jury Selection Begins In Trial of Aaron Powell VIEW VIDEO
July 10, 2014 - Jury selection began Thursday in the trial of Aaron Powell, who is accused of killing his estranged wife and her friend in the Town of Binghamton in 2013. Our Ayla Ferrone was in court and has... more

Reconstruction of Riverside Drive Begins Friday VIEW VIDEO
July 10, 2014 - The reconstruction of Riverside Drive in Binghamton will begin on Friday. The work will be between Front and Beethoven Streets and include water, sewer and sanitary lines, as well as curbs.  Work is... more

Local Group Holds Car Wash Fundraiser for Slain Binghamton Teen VIEW VIDEO
July 10, 2014 - The event was put together by the liberty partnerships program...which is a group that provides services like tutoring and mentoring to hundreds of students in the area each year .volunteers and teen... more

Jury Selection To Begin In Trial of Aaron Powell VIEW VIDEO
July 9, 2014 - Jury selection is scheduled to begin Thursday in the trial of Aaron Powell, the man accused of killing his estranged wife and her friend in the Town of Binghamton in March of 2013.   Powell is... more

Funeral Arrangements Are Set For Scott Wright Jr. VIEW VIDEO
July 9, 2014 - Funeral arrangements are set for a slain Binghamton teenager. Calling hours for 19-year-old Scott Wright Jr. are set for 10 o'clock Friday morning.   At the First Assembly of God Church on... more

Football Coach Remembers Teen Who Was Shot & Killed VIEW VIDEO
July 8, 2014 - He was a gamer on the football field and impacted thousands of lives off of it. Tributes continue to pour in for a Binghamton teenager who died early Saturday morning of a gunshot wound he suffered... more

Front Street Infrastructure Project Underway VIEW VIDEO
July 8, 2014 - An infrastructure project that has been on city hall's drawing table since 2005 is now underway.     Mayor Rich David announced that the roadway under the railroad overpass at the intersection of... more

Agricultural Impact On Economy VIEW VIDEO
July 8, 2014 - Just how big of an economic engine for Broome County is agriculture? According to one group, the impact is over $100 million dollars.   The Cornell Cooperative Extension cites census data which... more

Citizens React to Binghamton Shooting VIEW VIDEO
July 7, 2014 - A Binghamton teen is dead after being shot this weekend and locals in the area are speaking out.   At 3:58 Monday morning, 19-year-old Scott Wright Jr. died from the gunshot wound to the... more

City Council Plans for Improvements to Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
July 7, 2014 - Parts of downtown Binghamton could look different in the near future. Monday night during a city council work session members discussed the Main Street and Court Street corridor zoning... more

Family Grieves 19-Year-Old Shooting Victim VIEW VIDEO
July 7, 2014 - Relatives are grieving the loss of a 19-year-old Binghamton man who was pronounced dead this morning after a weekend shooting. At 3:58 this morning, 19-year-old Scott Wright Jr.  died from the... more

Cuomo Signs Medical Marijuana Bill VIEW VIDEO
July 7, 2014 - Medical marijuana is now legal in New York state, this after Governor Cuomo signed the Compassionate Care Act into law today. Patients would be required to receive certification from a department... more

Shooting Victim Still In Critical Condition VIEW VIDEO
July 6, 2014 - We now have a mug shot of the man who is being charged with attempted murder after shooting another man on Roberts Street in  Binghamton Friday night. The man you see on your screen is 21-year-old... more

Bike And History Tour Through Binghamton's City Streets VIEW VIDEO
July 5, 2014 - Biking enthusiasts had a rare opportunity to get a history lesson and a tour of Binghamton - all with a police escort. The 9 mile ride throughout the city stopped at various locations with guides... more

Dessert Competition VIEW VIDEO
July 5, 2014 - After the bike tour was over riders had one tough task ahead of them.     They had to decide who had the coolest ice cream or frozen delights in town.  It's a tough job and the competition was... more

Greater Binghamton Air Show Wraps Up VIEW VIDEO
July 5, 2014 - The Greater Binghamton Air Show is now over and many people had a chance to get up close and personal with some unique airplanes, including a family that was visiting from New Hampshire. Click the... more

U.S. Golden Knights Perform At Air Show VIEW VIDEO
July 5, 2014 - Another exciting part of this weekend's air show was watching the U.S Army's Golden Knights perform their parachuting show. Prior to taking to the skies there are a lot of preparations that need... more

Broome County Airshow Finally Returns VIEW VIDEO
July 4, 2014 - Thousands will watch the airshow from the ground Friday evening but the select few that brave the skies to put it on have a different view.  Michael Stewart the founder of Team Aerodynamix says,... more

Local Girl Come Home To New Room VIEW VIDEO
July 4, 2014 - 9-year-old Madelyn Shaw got home today from the Children's Hospital in Philadelphia where she spent a month after surgery for Ewing's Sarcoma Cancer. But it was more than just a... more

Fireworks Shows Planned Throughout Local Areas VIEW VIDEO
July 3, 2014 - If you haven't staked out a spot to watch the fireworks, don't worry, there are lots of shows planned throughout the Tier tomorrow night.   You could stay right at the Binghamton airshow - that... more

Binghamton Air Show Scheduled for Holiday Weekend VIEW VIDEO
July 3, 2014 - Organizers who have worked to bring back the Greater Binghamton Air Show are certainly hoping for clear skies. The air show is returning, everything kicks off Friday afternoon. The popular... more

Binghamton Man Facing 6 months for Homicide VIEW VIDEO
July 3, 2014 - A man accused of a homicide in 2012 is now facing 6 months of jail time for his crimes. 26-year-old Joshua Launt of Binghamton hit 51-year-old Ronald Gilbert of Kirkwood over the head at a party... more

Power Outage strikes Parts of Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
July 3, 2014 - Parts of Downtown Binghamton experienced a power outage this morning due to a tripped breaker.   The issue took out 177 services including the arena, the county executive office, the parking... more

Law Enforcement Beef Up Patrols for Holiday Weekend VIEW VIDEO
July 2, 2014 - Expect to see more law enforcement this holiday weekend. The Broome County Stop DWI program said extra staff will be on the roads to keep the streets safe. 30 additional police officers from... more

Broome Man Indicted in Macballers Gang Drug Investigation VIEW VIDEO
July 2, 2014 - A Broome County man has been indicted in federal court on four felony charges following what is being called the biggest drug bust in Binghamton this year.   27-year-old Brian West was one of 14... more

Binghamton Man Arrested For Attempting To Sell Crack Cocaine VIEW VIDEO
July 1, 2014 - A Binghamton man is behind bars after police found him ready to sell hundreds of dollars of drugs.   25-year-old Ronald Ross had agreed to sell over half an ounce of crack cocaine to another... more

Christopher Moss on Hydrofracking VIEW VIDEO
July 1, 2014 - Rob Astorino's running mate Christopher Moss responded to the court of appeal's decision on hydrofracking. After a meeting with representatives from the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York,... more

Senator Libous Indicted
July 1, 2014 - State Senator Thomas Libous has been indicted on a one charge of making a false statement to the FBI. The one-count indictment was unsealed Tuesday morning and deals with the investigation into... more

Weis Opens At Discovery Center VIEW VIDEO
June 30, 2014 - Today marked a big change for one of the Discovery Center's most popular exhibits for years. Thousands of kids got a chance to play grown up and shop at the grocery store Giant.  Today the store... more

June 29, 2014 - Meanwhile, more area seniors donned their gowns and tossed their caps in the air today as they graduated from high school. Binghamton High School celebrated the big day at the Arena downtown. The... more

Dozens Of Guns Turned In VIEW VIDEO
June 28, 2014 - Dozens of guns, including rifles and handguns, were turned in to the Binghamton Police in a state-wide effort to strengthen community safety. The gun buy-back accepted working and non-working... more

Local High Schoolers Graduate In Style VIEW VIDEO
June 28, 2014 - Area high school seniors are taking a final walk across the stage, accepting their diplomas, and moving their tassels. we caught up with students from Owego High School and Union Endicott who... more

Don't Pull That Weed! VIEW VIDEO
June 28, 2014 - Think again before pulling that weed out of your garden--it could be really healthy for you! Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Communities, also known as VINES, held a walk to show people how... more

Binghamton Police Car Upgrades VIEW VIDEO
June 27, 2014 - City of Binghamton residents should find it easier to find police if they need help. Binghamton Police have begun installing light bars on their patrol cars. The light bars are part of a new... more

Clinton Street Closed After Bomb Scare VIEW VIDEO
June 27, 2014 - Residents are back in their homes and business is back to normal on Clinton Street tonight. Earlier, police evacuated and closed off a six block radius after a passerby reported seeing a... more

Prospect Mountain Construction's New Detour VIEW VIDEO
June 27, 2014 - Get ready for some big changes in your daily commute if you travel along the Prospect Mountain construction. Starting Monday (6/30) at 9:00am the ramp from 17 east bound to I-81 northbound will be... more

Friends, Family Remember Katie Brown VIEW VIDEO
June 26, 2014 - Family and friends, including a number of police officers from different agencies came to St. Patrick's Church on Leroy Street in Binghamton to remember Katie Brown. The 28-year-old Brown was a... more

Police: Man Attacked Another with Scooter VIEW VIDEO
June 26, 2014 - Binghamton police arrested a man in connection with a neighborhood fight that took place last Wednesday.     21-year-old Shaquell Heyliger of Binghamton was arrested on an active bench warrant... more

Police: Fight leads to Stabbing VIEW VIDEO
June 26, 2014 - A Binghamton man is in custody after police say he stabbed a man during a dispute.     Police say 16-year-old Ozzy Kipp stabbed 21-year-old James Silva after the two were involved in a dispute on... more

Broome County Property Auction VIEW VIDEO
June 26, 2014 - In a continued effort to fight blight in the community, Broome County auctioned off another 19 tax foreclosed properties. The properties included single family homes, multi-family homes,... more

Driver Flees From 3 Car Accident VIEW VIDEO
June 25, 2014 - Just after 5:30 this evening scanner reports indicated a 3 car motor vehicle accident in the area of Kattelville Road in Binghamton--with one vehicle fleeing from the scene. According to the... more

Lupardo to Lobby Washington over Institutional Beds VIEW VIDEO
June 24, 2014 - After finishing her work in Albany Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo has her sites set on a trip to Washington to lobby federal representatives to change a federal mandate that would slash the number of... more

Mudcat Grant Tourney to Benefit Veterans, Others VIEW VIDEO
June 24, 2014 - It's become a local tradition and the thirteenth annual Jim "Mudcat" Grant all star golf tournament is just under two months away.     This year the event will benefit local veterans as well as... more

Idols Kick off U-S Tour in Binghamton at the Arena VIEW VIDEO
June 24, 2014 - The American Idol Live 2014 Tour performed it's first show tonight right here in Binghamton at the Veterans' Memorial Arena. Click the *view video* link to get the sights and sounds from Fox 40's... more

Schumer Wants Regulations Followed to Support Blind Workers VIEW VIDEO
June 24, 2014 - Senator Chuck Schumer is pushing to save the jobs of 65 visually impaired workers in Binghamton...     the Binghamton Association for Visual Rehabilitation and Employment makes paper goods and... more

Endicott Man Arrested for Strong-Armed Robbery VIEW VIDEO
June 24, 2014 - An Endicott man is under arrest after police say he committed a strong-armed robbery Tuesday morning in Johnson City before leading police on a foot chase. The incident allegedly happened in the... more

Binghamton Police Need Help Identifying Robbery Suspect VIEW VIDEO
June 24, 2014 - Binghamton Police need your help identifying the suspect in a cell phone store robbery. At approximately 2:18pm on June 21st, Binghamton Police responded to a robbery report from Cell Phone City... more

Local Unemployment Numbers VIEW VIDEO
June 24, 2014 - Binghamton's unemployment rate fell to 6.3% in May, down from 7.5% in May of 2013. Part of the reason for the drop, though, is a plunge in both the number of employed and unemployed people.... more

Port Crane Man Arrested For Speeding VIEW VIDEO
June 23, 2014 - A Port Crane man is behind bars after police say he led them on a wild chase through city streets at speeds over 100 miles per hour.     Broome County Sheriff's say  22 year old Matthew Hartman... more

Local And State Leaders Want Mandate Relief VIEW VIDEO
June 23, 2014 - Leaders from local businesses, governments and schools say they're not happy with state lawmakers, saying they failed to enact any type of mandate relief measures prior to closing their legislative... more

A Screening of the Movie "Cloudburst" in Celebration of Pride Month VIEW VIDEO
June 23, 2014 - June is Pride month and to celebrate the area's diversity the Art Mission and Theater on Prospect Avenue held a special screening of the movie "Cloudburst" starring two award winning actresses,... more

American Idol Finalists Prepare For Tomorrow's Concert VIEW VIDEO
June 23, 2014 - The competition is over and now the contestants of American Idol are heading off on a 3-month tour of the country.It begins in Binghamton tomorrow night at the Broome County Arena. The top 10... more

Police Investigate Incident Where Shots Are Fired VIEW VIDEO
June 23, 2014 - Binghamton Police are investigating reports of shots fired early Monday morning on Thorp Street.     According to Binghamton Detectives the shots were fired at 1:30 and 2:10 Monday morning. ... more

A New Program Designed To Help Students Earn Their Degrees VIEW VIDEO
June 23, 2014 - Fifty incoming high school freshman will start working toward both their college degree and their futures.     The Pathways in Technology Early College High School Program, or P-Tech is a six-year... more

Binghamton's Walk of Fame Moved to New Location VIEW VIDEO
June 23, 2014 - The Binghamton Walk of Fame will soon have a new home.  The 44 star display will be uprooted from it's current location in front of the Metrocenter in downtown Binghamton and moved to the Forum... more

Popular Sports Bar Re-opens VIEW VIDEO
June 22, 2014 - A local sports bar celebrated it's grand re-opening, and new look, after months of vacancy. Callahan's Sportsman's Club on Main Street in Binghamton used to be one of the most popular bars in the... more

Local Gardeners Avoid Chemicals VIEW VIDEO
June 22, 2014 - According to a local flower shop owner, more and more Southern Tier residents are showing off their green thumbs.   Ken Havenstein, owner of Renaissance Floral Gallery in Binghamton, said that... more

Local World Cup Support VIEW VIDEO
June 22, 2014 - Anyone walking down State Street this afternoon wouldn't have known that Binghamton is thousand of miles away from the World Cup in Brazil, as USA chants echoed through downtown.   Tom and... more

Juneteenth In Columbus Park VIEW VIDEO
June 21, 2014 - While it may have been warm outside, hundreds of families in Binghamton were able to cool off in a new way. Columbus Park in Binghamton held its annual "Juneteenth" event, with this year featuring... more

Working Out For A Cause VIEW VIDEO
June 21, 2014 - Many work out for the good of their own bodies, but dozens of gym rats at the Riverwalk Athletic Club were sweating for charity.   Participants were sponsored by local businesses to swim and run... more

Business Leaders Meet To Discuss Ways To Grow In Sustainable Ways VIEW VIDEO
June 20, 2014 - Business leaders and policy makers from the Southern Tier gathered at the Cornell Cooperative Extension on Front Street Friday for a listening session to gather ideas and strategies on how to help... more

Homeland Security Exercise On Saturday VIEW VIDEO
June 20, 2014 - A full scale homeland security exercise is scheduled to take place tomorrow and local officials and officials want to make sure residents are aware.     The drill will happen from 7:00 a.m. to 3... more

Binghamton Police Chief's Son Arrested VIEW VIDEO
June 20, 2014 - The son of the Binghamton and Johnson City police chief has been arrested for drug possession and driving while impaired. This after an alleged incident Thursday night. The Binghamton City Ccourt... more

Binghamton Police Seek Help After Shots Fired Wednesday
June 20, 2014 - Binghamton Police are asking for your help after reports of shots fired in the area of North and Mather Streets. Police received reports that the shots were heard after a car pulled up alongside... more

Details on Annual Parlor City 5K Run VIEW VIDEO
June 20, 2014 - While Binghamton's annual Julyfest will soon be in full swing with jazz music and art, athletes will also be able to join in on the fun. The Downtown Binghamton Business Association announced the... more

Some Residents Continue Fight To Keep Mental Health Clinic Open VIEW VIDEO
June 19, 2014 - Residents are continuing their fight to keep the Broome County Mental Health Clinic open.   Thursday afternoon opponents of the closure rallied in front of the County's Legislature building to... more

Legislators Vote to Extend Time For Study On Willow Point Nursing Home VIEW VIDEO
June 19, 2014 - The future of the Willow Point Nursing Home won't be decided any time soon.     On Thursday the Broome County Legislature voted to allow  Toski, the company the county contracted with, more time... more

All-Access Playground Unveiled at Otsiningo Park VIEW VIDEO
June 19, 2014 - Broome County unveiled upgrades Thursday at Otsiningo Park to make the playgrounds fun for all.   Broome County Executive Debbie Preston announced that the Binghamton Rotary and the Adopt-a Park... more

June 18, 2014 - Revenge, Revelry, and Redemption are about to hit the stage of downtown Binghamton's Forum Theater.   Tri-Cities Opera announced the theme of their 2014-2015 season, which will include... more

Seniors Gather At SUNY Broome For Picnic VIEW VIDEO
June 18, 2014 - Wednesday was a great day for a picnic and more than a thousand seniors took advantage at SUNY Broome for the annual Senior Picnic Funfest. There was plenty of socializing taking place. The... more

Broome Developmental Center May Stay Open For 2 More Years VIEW VIDEO
June 18, 2014 - State leaders are two steps closer to freezing the closure of the Broome Developmental Center and three other similar facilities in New York.     On Wednesday the State Senate passed the Freeze... more

Binghamton Police Need Help In Identifying Suspects VIEW VIDEO
June 18, 2014 - Binghamton Police need your help in identifying two people they say stole sixteen Nintendo DS gaming systems.     Authorities say the middle aged man and middle aged woman  in this surveillance... more

Employee of Maines Paper and Food Service Arrested VIEW VIDEO
June 18, 2014 - An employee of the Maines Paper and Food Service Company in Conklin has been arrested and charged with Third Degree Criminal Mischief, which is a felony.     New York State Police say 40 year old... more

American Idol Finalists Sing National Anthem At B-Mets Game VIEW VIDEO
June 17, 2014 - They sang their way into the hearts of many during the American Idol competition.  Now the top ten idol finalists are getting ready to go on tour this summer. Their first stop is right here in... more

The CEO & President Of Lourdes Hospital Stepping Down VIEW VIDEO
June 17, 2014 - There will be a change in top leadership at Lourdes Hospital. President and CEO David Patak announced Tuesday he is stepping down on November 1st.     Patak has held the positions at Lourdes since... more

Free Tuesday Night Concerts At Otsiningo Park VIEW VIDEO
June 17, 2014 - It looks like Tuesday is the new Friday for summer concerts in Broome County.     County Executive Debbie Preston announced the return of the "Broome Bands Together" weekly summer concert series.... more

Canines and Citizen Aid Police In Arrest VIEW VIDEO
June 17, 2014 - Binghamton Police are crediting their canines along with an observant city resident for helping them put a man behind bars.    Authorities say 25 year old Eugene Allen of Binghamton broke into... more

Binghamton Applies For State Funding To Pay For Projects VIEW VIDEO
June 17, 2014 - Millions of dollars may find their way into the city of Binghamton to help fund job creation in the downtown area.     Mayor Rich David announced the submission of four applications requesting... more

Job Fair To Be Held On Friday At SUNY Broome
June 16, 2014 - If you're looking to change careers or find yourself in the unemployment line, an upcoming recruitment fair may be your answer to a new job.     The 2014 Greater Binghamton Career Fair will take... more

Homeland Security Exercise Takes Place On Saturday VIEW VIDEO
June 16, 2014 - Local officials are giving Binghamton residents a heads-up about a full-scale Homeland Security exercise scheduled for Saturday.     The drill will happen on Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. on... more

Two Hospitalized After Crash In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
June 15, 2014 - A two car crash in Binghamton earlier this morning has sent two men to the hospital..   One of the vehicles was backing out of a driveway at 716 Park Avenue on the south side around 11, when... more

Otters Are Father's Too VIEW VIDEO
June 15, 2014 - One of our four-legged friends at the Ross Park Zoo had a special Father's Day of his own.   Leroy the River Otter who previously was placed away  from his three baby pups, had the opportunity to... more

A Special Father's Day Game Of Catch VIEW VIDEO
June 15, 2014 - The Binghamton Mets played at home this evening but the team invited some special guests onto the field before the first pitch.   In honor of fathers day, dozens of fathers and their children... more

A Million Dollar Performance VIEW VIDEO
June 15, 2014 - The 2013-2014 Broadway season at the Binghamton Forum is coming to an end--but finished strong with an International Tony Award-Winning musical.   "Million Dollar Quartet" featured hits from... more

Pride Month Continues In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
June 15, 2014 - Although the first part of the weekend was cloudy--that didn't stop downtown Binghamton from being filled with rainbows for the 10th annual Pride Palooza. As part of Pride month, the event... more

Eyewitness Account of SUV Speeding Through Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
June 14, 2014 - Eyewitnesses tell Fox 40 that they saw an SUV type vehicle speeding through parts of the south side--beginning somewhere near Vestal Ave, and making it's way to the Brandywine Highway. Police are... more

Protesters Push For Developmental Center To Stay Open VIEW VIDEO
June 14, 2014 - Area residents are concerned that the potential closure of a local facility will result in harm to the people who use it--and they're determined to have their voices heard.   The Broome... more

Locals Rebuild Together VIEW VIDEO
June 14, 2014 - Some area residents could be seeing help on their summer home improvement projects--and all thanks to volunteers from a local bank.   First Niagara Bank has partnered with "Rebuilding Together of... more

Grant Upgrades Housing for Veterans in Broome County VIEW VIDEO
June 13, 2014 - Homeless Veterans in Broome County will soon be enjoying the benefits of a generous donation from Home Depot. The Volunteers of America Veteran Housing in Binghamton will use the money to renovate... more

The Brown Bag Lunch Series Kicks Off Summer Season VIEW VIDEO
June 13, 2014 - "You bring your lunch, we'll bring the music!"     That's the slogan of the ever popular "Brown Bag Lunch Series" which kicked off it's summer season on Collier Street  in downtown Binghamton... more

Binghamton Mayor Surprises Elementary School Students VIEW VIDEO
June 13, 2014 - Students at Woodrow Wilson Elementary in Binghamton already had a special day planned for their annual field days, but that was made even better with a special surprise visitor.     City of... more

Debbie Preston Health Update VIEW VIDEO
June 13, 2014 - Broome County executive Debbie Preston says things are going well as she continues her road to recovery. In April, Preston announced she had lung cancer, and has since undergone surgery at Sloan... more

CPR in Schools Bill to Assembly VIEW VIDEO
June 13, 2014 - State Senators voted unanimously on a bill proposing to put CPR and AED instruction in the schools curriculum. The CPR in Schools Bill Sponsored by Senator Mark Grisanti and Assemblyman Harvey... more

Workshop On How Save Money On Energy Bills VIEW VIDEO
June 12, 2014 - Everyone likes to save money on their utility bills.  On Thursday night at the Cornell Cooperative Extension in Binghamton the county sponsored a workshop to give residents an opportunity to meet... more

Stealing Credit Card Arrest VIEW VIDEO
June 12, 2014 - With more and more cases of stolen identity taking place it's important to keep an eye on your bank statements.     Twenty six year old Tiffany Farinha from Binghamton was taken into custody... more

Runners Raise Money For The Broome YMCA VIEW VIDEO
June 12, 2014 - Some employees from local companies raced around SUNY Broome Thursday night to raise money for children.     Participants of the 2014 YMCA corporate challenge ran,  walked and jogged around the... more

Too Much Damage To Determine Cause of Fire At Furniture Store VIEW VIDEO
June 12, 2014 - Binghamton Fire Investigators will never know exactly what caused the fire at the Ellis Brothers Furniture Store building on Water Street on April 30th, officially ruling the cause undetermined.   ... more

Legislative Committee Votes On Resolution To Keep Health Clinic Open VIEW VIDEO
June 11, 2014 - Members of the Broome County Legislature's Health and Services Committee met late Wednesday to vote on whether to keep the  county's  mental health clinic open for at least two more years.     ... more

Father Shares Son's Journey With Mental Illness VIEW VIDEO
June 11, 2014 - Meanwhile at the Downtown Center on Washington Street Joel Vermaat shared his son's journey with mental illness.     His son Pete, a 2004 graduate of Chenango Forks High School battled depression... more

PROACT Prescription Drug Program Success VIEW VIDEO
June 11, 2014 - If you have difficulty affording prescription medication, Broome County may be able to help.     Broome County Executive Debbie Preston announced that Broome residents have saved over seven... more

Grassroots Organization Honors 3 With Humanitarian Efforts VIEW VIDEO
June 11, 2014 - Three community heroes were honored Wednesday night for their their contributions to the Binghamton area.     The grass roots organization Citizen Action of New York honored the threet at the... more

Binghamton Pride Coaltion Holds Interfaith Service VIEW VIDEO
June 11, 2014 - The month of June is known as pride month.  On Wednesday night  members of the city's lesbian, gay and transgender community gathered at Temple Concord on Riverside Drive for an interfaith service. ... more

High School Students Hone Their Writing Skills VIEW VIDEO
June 11, 2014 - The next New York Times best selling author could be a Binghamton High School student.     Tenth graders from the high school spent the year writing, editing, and publishing their own works all... more

SUNY Broome Offers New Program To Students VIEW VIDEO
June 11, 2014 - SUNY Broome doesn't have any plans to gamble any of that ten million dollars away, but the school can now officially offer a degree in Casino Management.   The State informed the school of it's... more

Foster Grandparents Honored VIEW VIDEO
June 10, 2014 - They say you can't choose your family, but this evening over  fifty Broome County residents were honored for their choice to be foster grandparents.     Tuesday night at the Binghamton Holiday... more

Traditions At The Glen Holds Job Fair For A Variety Of Jobs VIEW VIDEO
June 10, 2014 - With the casino license for the Southern Tier still up for grabs Traditions at the Glen is doing whatever it can to be as prepared as possible.     On Tuesday at the Broome Workforce Development... more

Binghamton Mayor Chats With Students About Curbing Violence VIEW VIDEO
June 10, 2014 - Students at East Middle school were treated with a visit Tuesday afternoon from Binghamton Mayor Rich David.     It was part of the city's "youth success" initiative. This program is aimed at... more

New Street Sweepers Will Help Beautify City's Streets VIEW VIDEO
June 10, 2014 - Binghamton's streets are in need of cleaning and Mayor Rich David is leading efforts to tidy them up.     David unveiled two new street sweepers that will visit Binghamton streets every week. With... more

Arson Suspected in Binghamton Blaze VIEW VIDEO
June 9, 2014 - Binghamton fire investigators suspect arson caused a fire that broke out at the Golden Rule Lumber Center at about 9:30 this morning.   Firefighters used a defensive approach to surround and spray... more

A Look Back in Time at Roberson VIEW VIDEO
June 8, 2014 - It was the year 1887 when  Alonzo Roberson, the son of a successful carpenter married  Margaret Hayes. A few years later in 1907, Roberson would go on to build his dream house of    which we now know... more

Pride Month Kicks Off In Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
June 7, 2014 - The City of Binghamton kicked off Pride Month today with the raising of the rainbow flag in front of City Hall. City officials say it's paramount for schools and local governments to promote... more

Beautifying Binghamton's North Side VIEW VIDEO
June 7, 2014 - Volunteers gathered on Binghamton's north side to celebrate beautifying their neighborhoods and coming together to make a positive change in the community.   I Love My Block was an initiative... more

Wag, Walk, And Run VIEW VIDEO
June 7, 2014 - They say dogs are man's best friend, and today at Otsiningo Park some dogs became man's best work-out buddy. All dogs in Binghamton were invited to bring their humans with them for a 5-k "Wag,... more

Binghamton Relay For Life VIEW VIDEO
June 6, 2014 - Relay for Life is in full swing, and Binghamton residents are walking, jogging, and running to raise money for the fight against cancer. The participants began circling the track at 6 Friday in... more

Artist Debuts First Friday VIEW VIDEO
June 6, 2014 - First fridays of the month in Binghamton mean art is in the air. And for one Vestal High School student--her gallery debut. Senior Meg Reynolds has her paintings, drawing, and even a ceramic... more

First Wave Of Binghamton Code Enforcement VIEW VIDEO
June 6, 2014 - The City of Binghamton code enforcement division is cracking down on unsightly homes in the city.  Mayor Rich David announced the details involving a sweep in Binghamton's westside neighborhoods.... more

Stormwater Matching Fund VIEW VIDEO
June 6, 2014 - The Southern Tier has  experienced two floods in the past 10 years--and the City of Binghamton is doing its part to support  stormwater management projects. The city announced an initiative that... more

Binghamton Fire Department Saves Seven Lives with Narcan VIEW VIDEO
June 5, 2014 - The Binghamton Fire Department has saved its seventh life in the past two months by using the heroin overdose reversal medication--Narcan.     On Saturday a man in Binghamton's First Ward was... more

Binghamton OK's Collier Street Ramp Proposal VIEW VIDEO
June 5, 2014 - Downtown Binghamton could soon be seeing a 38 million dollar facelift to one of its most dilapidated structures.   The proposed "Collier Street Commons" would replace the current parking ramp... more

Be A Buddy, Not A Bully VIEW VIDEO
June 5, 2014 - "Be a buddy, not a bully"--that was the message that rang through Rec Park in Binghamton from little super heroes. The annual Stand for Children was super hero themed, to teach children to find... more

Broome-Tioga BOCES Graduation VIEW VIDEO
June 5, 2014 - Cosmetology, carpentry, and technical jobs--these are skills that aren't typically taught in high-schools, but for hundreds of local students, a future in those fields is soon ahead. ... more

Next Steps For Mental Health Clinic VIEW VIDEO
June 4, 2014 - Dozens of protesters gathered on the corner of State and Lewis streets in Binghamton to express the need for the county's mental health clinic to remain open. The protest comes as a response to... more

Tenney and Hanna: Winner Takes All VIEW VIDEO
June 4, 2014 - The congressional race is heating up, with challenger Claudia Tenney saying in Vestal today that incumbent Richard Hanna is running a smear campaign and running away from a challenge to debate her.... more

New Life For Vacant Binghamton Lot VIEW VIDEO
June 4, 2014 - New life for a vacant lot in downtown Binghamton. Today the city announced it has accepted a plan from Greater Binghamton Development LLC for a five-story, mixed-use building. Mayor Rich David... more

New Bids Approved For MacArthur Elementary Construction VIEW VIDEO
June 4, 2014 - The last we heard on the construction of the new MacArthur school in Binghamton was the approval to begin work on the site. Now, nearly a month and a half later, the Binghamton School Board took... more

National Cancer Survivorship Month VIEW VIDEO
June 3, 2014 - Lourdes took time tonight to recognize those who have survived their battle with cancer in honor of National Cancer Survivorship month. The event was meant to lift spirits of those with cancer and... more

Can Expanded Background Checks Keep Kids Safer? VIEW VIDEO
June 3, 2014 - With summer right around the corner, many parents will put their kids in camps and sports leagues. and  none want to worry about their child's safety or leave them vulnerable to sexual predators.   ... more

Sides Argue Fracking Ban in front of State's Top Court VIEW VIDEO
June 3, 2014 - The highest court in New York State heard arguments today over whether municipalities have the right to ban fracking.     The suits before the court center around land use regulations enacted by... more

Larceny At Binghamton Laundromat, Police Looking for Suspect VIEW VIDEO
June 2, 2014 - Police are still looking for a man who reportedly took money from a Binghamton Laundromat. Police responded to the Speed Queen Coin Laundry at 300 Main Street around 2 Monday afternoon. Officials... more

American Heart Association Honors Volunteers VIEW VIDEO
June 2, 2014 - The American Heart Association honored those who have dedicated their time the cause--volunteers. The association awarded a lifestyle change award, a lifetime champion award, volunteer of the year... more

These Hands Can Save a Life VIEW VIDEO
June 2, 2014 - Are you ready to learn hands-only CPR? This lesson should take about 12 seconds. "Hand placement is very critical. You want to get about mid line between the nipples on their chest and go hard and... more

June 1, 2014 - This week's Cosmos Breakdown with Roy Williams from the Kopernik Observatory discusses the differences between climate and weather and the effects of carbon emissions on the... more

Community Set to Say Goodbye to Trooper Christopher Skinner VIEW VIDEO
June 1, 2014 - The community will continue to say goodbye to New York State Trooper Christopher Skinner Monday. Calling hours are scheduled for 3pm-8pm at the Community Baptist Church on Chenango Street in... more

Pride Month Kicks off in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
June 1, 2014 - The first of June marks the first of many events during Pride Month in the City of Binghamton.     A pride community picnic was held Sunday afternoon at the Unitarian Universalist Church in... more

Public Warned of Donation Scams in the Name of Slain State Trooper Christopher Skinner VIEW VIDEO
May 31, 2014 - It's not the type of thing that well-intentioned people should have to think about at a time like this--   But authorities are warning  the public to beware of  potentially fraudulent accounts... more

Swarming Bees a Good Thing for Gardens VIEW VIDEO
May 31, 2014 - When bees swarm into gardens this time of year, it's a good thing--.   And VINES Gardens held a free workshop Saturday at the Columbus Park Garden in Binghamton --providing insight into how bees... more

Funeral Services Set for Trooper Skinner VIEW VIDEO
May 30, 2014 - Services for New York State Trooper Christopher Skinner have been set for Monday and Tuesday. Calling hours will be Monday,  3 to  8:00PM at Community Baptist Church in Port Dickinson.  The... more

Charges Against Motorist Who 'Intentionally' Struck State Trooper VIEW VIDEO
May 30, 2014 - 60-year-old Almond Upton of Florida is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Trooper Skinner. Police believe Upton intentionally hit Skinner. Upton has pled not guilty and is in the Broome County jail. link

Binghamton Country Club Turns 125 VIEW VIDEO
May 30, 2014 - A big birthday for the Binghamton Country Club Saturday:  A golf tournament and dinner gala will be held to mark the 125th anniversary of the private country club. There are over 380 members... more

Police: Man Stole from his Mother VIEW VIDEO
May 30, 2014 - It was all in the family, but that didn't make it alright. In fact, Mom squealed on her son. A  34-year-old Binghamton man was arrested  after allegedly stealing several items from his parents'... more

Friends Remember Trooper Christopher Skinner VIEW VIDEO
May 30, 2014 - While many in the community are mourning the death of Christopher Skinner, his loss hits especially hard at the Broome County Farm Bureau, where Skinner was a member of the board and close friend to... more

Health Update from B.C. Executive Debbie Preston VIEW VIDEO
May 30, 2014 - Some encouraging news Friday from Broome County Executive Debbie Preston concerning her health.   Preston announced in April that she was diagnosed with lung cancer. Recently, she underwent... more

Run-off Affects Quality of Water VIEW VIDEO
May 30, 2014 - Where does your rain water end up, and how does it  affect the quality of your drinking water?   The Broome Tioga Storm Water Coalition --which covers 15 municipalities  says there is good reason... more

Digging into a New Site for Year-Round Farmers Market VIEW VIDEO
May 30, 2014 - Archeologists began digging behind the Cornell Cooperative Extension building on Upper Front Street Friday in Binghamton in an attempt to see if that location would be a suitable site for a... more

Spiedie Fest Plans Announced VIEW VIDEO
May 30, 2014 - No more buttons. Instead, you can get tickets for different days of the  annual Spiedie Fest this year.   The festival and balloon rally in Binghamton will be August 1st to August 3rd at... more

Binghamton High-School hosts West Side Story VIEW VIDEO
May 29, 2014 - The jets and the sharks met the patriots today. Members from the cast of West Side Story stopped by a dance class at Binghamton High School to share some tips and some steps with the students. One... more

Phone Threat Prompts Seton Lockdown VIEW VIDEO
May 28, 2014 - Students at Seton Catholic Central High School were forced to shelter in place for two hours Wednesday after the school received a phone threat. Seton Principal Richard Bucci said the nature and... more

Wilfredo Hernandez Sentenced in Stabbing Incident VIEW VIDEO
May 28, 2014 - A man who was arrested after security footage connected him to a stabbing in Binghamton in January was sentenced Wednesday. 51-year-old Wilfredo Hernandez stabbed 30-year-old Kendu Johnson in the... more

Medical Marijuana Bill Headed to Senate VIEW VIDEO
May 28, 2014 - More than 20 states across the country have legalized medicinal marijuana--and New York may be added to the list.   The State Assembly has passed the Compassionate Care Act, which is now headed... more

Mark Young for Family Court Judge VIEW VIDEO
May 27, 2014 - A candidate who points to his own family in campaign literature says that's a big indication of the type of dedication and sensitivity he'd bring to a spot as Broome County Family Court Judge:   ... more

Ellis Brothers Furniture Building Demolished VIEW VIDEO
May 27, 2014 - The Ellis Brothers Furniture building on Water Street in Binghamton was demolished Friday. The structure was damaged in an April 30th fire and was condemned by the city. Owners of the store... more

Tourism Growth in Binghamton this Summer VIEW VIDEO
May 27, 2014 - The unofficial start of summer beginning yesterday and families planning vacations, the city of Binghamton is ready for more tourism.  As of right now, the Binghamton Chamber of Commerce is... more

Binghamton's Energy Plan to Save Taxpayer Dollars VIEW VIDEO
May 27, 2014 - Nighttime in Binghamton could look much different if the city's plan to update infrastructure comes to pass. The city is looking to spend $4 million to convert its approximately 7,000 street... more

Schumer: 100 Million Needed to 'Uproot Heroin Pipeline' to Upstate New York VIEW VIDEO
May 26, 2014 - New York Senator Charles Schumer wants more federal dollars to fight what he says is a  "new heroin pipeline"  from Mexico through New York City--and up into upstate New York.  He wants... more

Binghamton Does it Big for Memorial Day VIEW VIDEO
May 26, 2014 - Some solemn moments of tribute Monday, at Binghamton's Memorial Day Parade. The parade was attended by citezens, soldiers, veterans, and various officials all there to commemorate the fallen and... more

Binghamton's VFW Post 478 Celebrates Memorial Day VIEW VIDEO
May 26, 2014 - Each Memorial Day, those who served in the nation's conflicts, pause for very personal moments of reflection. And Monday, after the Memorial Day parade in Binghamton, members of the VFW Post 478,... more

Pools Open for the Summer VIEW VIDEO
May 26, 2014 - Beyond the solemn tributes, Memorial Day also marks the unofficial beginning of the summer season with all its outdoor activities and celebrations. And appropriately enough, Monday area parks were... more

Local Police Officer Remembered in Her Hometown VIEW VIDEO
May 24, 2014 - Friends and family of a local police officer who died earlier this week gathered near her hometown in Indiana to say their finals goodbyes.   28-year old Katie Brown, a Binghamton Police Officer,... more

Binghamton In Bloom VIEW VIDEO
May 24, 2014 - Binghamton was in full bloom today as master gardeners and fire timers made their way the Cornell Cooperative Extension downtown.   The annual Cutler Botanic Garden plant sale featured everything... more

Expected Travel for Memorial Day Weekend VIEW VIDEO
May 23, 2014 - 35 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more for the kick off this year's driving season. But, AAA a expects that Memorial Day travel will be down slightly this year. They say... more

Bear in a Tree VIEW VIDEO
May 23, 2014 - Cars were pulled over on Vestal Road Friday all to catch a glimpse of a bear cub in a tree. Neighbors say the bear had been wandering around the neighborhood earlier in the day. It then climbed... more

Wreath at Site of Double-Fatal Motorcycle Accident VIEW VIDEO
May 23, 2014 - Friday night, along the Vestal parkway, there could be seen a wreath and two crosses  marking the spot where  Binghamton Police Officer Katie Brown and a former  Binghamton police officer --Chris... more

Arrest: Two Shotguns and a .22 Beretta VIEW VIDEO
May 23, 2014 - Athorities say Amin Rashid had two shotguns and a Beretta .22 caliber handgun --with a defaced serial number-- in his possession when they searched an apartment at 150 Moeller Street in the City of... more

What's the Weather for Your Holiday Weekend? VIEW VIDEO
May 23, 2014 - Fox 40 Weatherman Mick Dwyer gives an overview of what to expect this Memorial Day weekend.  click on ***VIDEO*** to see Mick's... more

Friend Recalls Family Life of Former Binghamton Police Officer Killed in Motorcycle Crash VIEW VIDEO
May 23, 2014 - On the day of funeral services for Christopher Stoeckel, his close friend Ed Green talks with Fox 40 about the former police officer who was also a dedicated father of four.                     ... more

Harsh Words from Judge During Isaiah Criss Sentencing VIEW VIDEO
May 22, 2014 - 25 years to life for second degree murder and 15 years for criminal possession of a weapon. That was the  sentenced handed to  isaiah criss earlier this morning. Back in september of 2012, criss... more

Broome Graduation: Where are the Jobs? VIEW VIDEO
May 22, 2014 - On Thursday evening,  one thousand three hundred thirty two students took their first steps into their adult lives.   It was Spring Graduation for SUNY Broome at the Broome County Arena.... more

Calling Hours for Former Police Officer Killed in Motorcycle Crash VIEW VIDEO
May 22, 2014 - Calling hours Thursday for Christopher Stoeckel, the former Binghamton police officer killed in a motorcycle accident which also took the life of a current Binghamton police officer. Friends and... more

Happy Sign of Summer: Carousels Start Spinning VIEW VIDEO
May 22, 2014 - A Binghamton tradition is renewed again as today marked the official opening of the carousel at Recreation park. Mayor Rich David invited more than 500 students from Horace Mann and Macarthur... more

Belmar Pub Request for Noise Ordinance Variance Rejected VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2014 - The party will go on at the Belmar Pub--it just won't go on as often as the owner originally wanted it to--and the noise levels will hopefully  be kept down:   Binghamton City Council on... more

Open Container Leads to Drug Arrest VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2014 - One thing often leads to another when police stop motorists or search vehicles:   Early Wednesday morning,  21 year old David Shephard of Main Street, Binghamton, found himself under arrest for... more

Click It or Ticket Campaign Nabs 21 VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2014 - If you didn't click it Sunday night, while driving along Route 11 in the Town of Kirkwood, or along Rt. 7 in the Town of Conklin-- you might have received a ticket:   21 motorists did during just... more

B.C. Sheriff's Annual Awards Ceremony VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2014 - It can be a thankless job--- but the Broome County Sheriff's Department took time Thursday night  to recognize some of their own.   It was the Broome County Sheriff's  Annual Awards Ceremony for... more

Poetry Provides 'Culture of Success' for Children VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2014 - Nearly 400 students from across the Southern Tier gathered at Binghamton University to share their original poems.     As part of the 37th Annual Poetry and the Children day, the students had... more

Priest with Ties to Binghamton Arrested for Child Porn VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2014 - A former priest who spent three decades in the binghamton area, including a 19-year career at seton catholic central, is arrested for child pornography charge...   Father Robert Ours was... more

City Officials: Ellis Bros. Building in Danger of Collapse, Demolition Needed VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2014 - The Ellis Brothers Furniture Store building which suffered a fire on April 30th is in imminent danger of collapse and must be demolished. this according to the City of Binghamton.   The city is... more

Weis Closing Two Stores in Area VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2014 - Weis is closing two of its markets in the area this summer.   They are the stores at Main Street in Binghamton, and at Harry L. Drive in Johnson City. In a statement, Weis Markets says that the... more

Cumo Picks Hochul for Lt. Governor VIEW VIDEO
May 21, 2014 - Governor Cuomo has made his pick for lieutenant governor and, despite some recent speculation, it is not Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo...   Instead, Cuomo has selected Kathleen Hochul, a former... more

School District Budget Vote Results VIEW VIDEO
May 20, 2014 - School district voters around the Southern Tier went to the polls Tuesday, casting ballots to approve or reject school budgets.  Not all results were in by newstime at 10PM, but voters were largely... more

Bijoy Datta Joining Astorino Campaign VIEW VIDEO
May 20, 2014 - Deputy Broome County Executive Bijoy Datta is leaving his post for a new job. He's going to be deputy campaign manager for GOP Gubinatorial Candidate Rob Astorino. Bijoy has been Debbie... more

Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo for Lieutenant Governor? VIEW VIDEO
May 20, 2014 - Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo isn't saying much about speculation that she could be considered for the lieutenant governor position this week at the State Democratic Convention on Long... more

Dickinson Residents Warned Against Robbery Scam VIEW VIDEO
May 20, 2014 - A warning from the Town of  Dickinson supervisor, who is telling residents to be on the lookout for people claiming to be town employees to enter people's homes. Supervisor Mike Marinaccio says... more

Current, Former BPD Officers Victims of Double-Fatal Motorcycle Crash VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2014 - A current and former member of the Binghamton Police Department were the victims of the double-fatal motorcycle accident sunday night on Route 434 east in Binghamton. 28-year-old Katie Brown, a... more

Two Car Accident at Intersection of Clinton and Front Streets VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2014 - Late Monday afternoon, an car accident that thankfully looked worse then it apparently was--   It was a two-car motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Clinton and Front streets. Police... more

Mike Baker Running for Binghamton City Court Judge VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2014 - He says he has  more than 15 years experience representing thousands of clients in the City of Binghamton --and that's why his supporters say he'd make a fine city court judge:  Republican Mike... more

State Money for Youth Summer Jobs in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2014 - Broome County is getting a piece of the 27.5 million dollars the governor is providing state-wide for the youth summer jobs program:   The governor says helping young people find jobs will allow... more

Broome County Deputy Executives See No Problem With Consulting Work for Candidates VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2014 - No problem with outside work,  according to two deputy Broome County  executives.   Both Bijoy Datta and John Bernardo say they had permission to run outside consulting firms while working at... more

School Budget Previews VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2014 - Voters head to the polls Tuesday to decide on whether to approve school budgets. Area budgets have stayed within the state tax cap, a formula which results in different districts having different... more

Spartan Garden Sprouting in Endwell VIEW VIDEO
May 19, 2014 - Fruits, vegetables, and  chances to help others are sprouting in Endwell. Students from Homer Brink Elementary School are tending to the Spartan Garden.   On Monday, the kids planted tomatoes,... more

Olympians Encourage Visually Impaired To Follow Their Dreams VIEW VIDEO
May 18, 2014 - Dozens came together at AVRE in Binghamton to celebrate Olympic Day and hear from former Olympians.   The athletes spoke to visually impaired and non-impaired children about working hard and... more

Remembering Butch Skeene VIEW VIDEO
May 18, 2014 - Area residents gathered today to celebrate the life of a local musician that they say shaped the music scene in the 60s and 70s. Butch Skeene passed away earlier this year after his battle with... more

Sacred Sites Celebrate Local History VIEW VIDEO
May 18, 2014 - One local church opened it's doors today in celebration of its cultural history--and its 100th anniversary.   Saint Michael's Orthodox Church in Binghamton was part of this year's Sacred Sites... more

Late Night Accident Shuts Down Parkway
May 18, 2014 - An accident on the Vestal Parkway headed east shut down that direction of traffic late Sunday night between Vestal Avenue and the Pennsylvania Avenue exit. The report came over the scanner around... more

Local Food Bank Bus gets Artistic Make-Over VIEW VIDEO
May 17, 2014 - While Binghamton University students have just celebrated their graduation, earlier in the day they were leaving their artistic touch on Binghamton. "It's extremely exciting to see the community... more

Man Passed Out in Car Arrested For Heroin Possession VIEW VIDEO
May 17, 2014 - A Binghamton man is facing charges after he was found passed out with two other people inside a car.   A passerby noticed 48-year-old Christopher Decker and two others passed out in the car, and... more

Grand Larceny Charges for House Cleaner Who Stole Jewelry VIEW VIDEO
May 17, 2014 - A local house cleaner is facing charges after being accused of stealing jewelry from her clients in Binghamton and Vestal.   45-year-old Kathleen Decker of Afton has already been charged twice by... more

Wounded Warrior Softball Team Returns to Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
May 17, 2014 - Hundreds came out to see the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball team make its return to Binghamton.   The team is made up of military veterans and active soldiers who have lost limbs post-9/11 while... more

Push-Ups For Charity VIEW VIDEO
May 17, 2014 - Would you pay to do push-ups? Dozens of area locals did as they supported the troops in a boot camp style fundraiser.     The first area Push-ups For Charity took place at the First Church of the... more

Raising Awareness For Endangered Species VIEW VIDEO
May 17, 2014 - 1,800 species of animals are listed as endangered--meaning they're on the brink of extinction. The Ross Park Zoo celebrated wildlife while also educating the community about protecting rare and... more

Patrol Car, Bus Collide VIEW VIDEO
May 16, 2014 - Not much information yet from the Binghamton Police Department, concerning a collision involving a patrol car and a  B.C. Transit bus.   It happened at 4:20 Friday afternoon, at Carrol and Court... more

Mick's First Weather, and Brisben Storm Damage VIEW VIDEO
May 16, 2014 - As Weatherman Mick mentioned, although the skies cleared Friday night, there were were some areas that were slammed earlier in the day-- in fact, in Brisben, some residents wondered if a tornado had... more

Carol Howell Running for B.C. Legislative Seat VIEW VIDEO
May 16, 2014 - Another Democrat announcing for a seat on the Broome County  Legislature:   She's Carol Howell, who's running for the 6th District spot, which includes parts of Endicott, West Corners, and... more

Serling Video Festival VIEW VIDEO
May 16, 2014 - The works of the winners of this year's Rod Serling Video Festival were being screened and presented Friday evening at WSKG studios in Vestal:   Each year, videos are judged for qualities such as... more

Relay for Life VIEW VIDEO
May 16, 2014 - They began walking at 6 Friday evening-- and will continue walking until 6 Saturday morning. --It's a Relay for Life, hosted by students at Seton Catholic Central:   Students and Families are... more

Brittany's Law Passes Senate, Moves on to Assembly VIEW VIDEO
May 14, 2014 - New York State could soon require violent felons to register with the state when they leave prison... The State Senate has passed "Brittany's law", named after 12-year-old Brittany Passalacqua who... more

Computer, Camera Upgrades to Improve Security at Broome County Jail VIEW VIDEO
May 14, 2014 - At the Broome County Jail--there's an effort underway to improve an outdated, and sometimes malfunctioning security system: It would cost 632-thousand dollars, and upgrade security cameras,... more

Lupardo on Legislation of Legalize MMA Bouts in New York State VIEW VIDEO
May 14, 2014 - As we reported to you earlier,  the New York State Senate has--for the fifth year in a row-- passed proposed legislation that would legalize mixed martial arts contest in New York State:   That... more

Democrats Back Binghamton Police Officer Chris Bracco for B.C. Sheriff VIEW VIDEO
May 14, 2014 - Fighting crime effectively, is often an issue in political campaigns-- especially when they involve candidates for sheriff--   And Wednesday night was no different, when Broome County Democrats... more

New York Senate Passes MMA Legislation --Again VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2014 - While boosters say a casino in this area would be a big boost to the economy-- state-wide, the same argument is being made about allowing mixed martial arts matches in New York:   Because it is... more

'Flipped Classroom" Employs New Technology as Learning Tool VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2014 - The days of listening to 90-minute lectures in a classroom may become more of a rarity as the technology advances. The assistant provost of Binghamton University spoke to the Rotary today about ... more

Alternative Media Growing in Tier VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2014 - While classrooms are being flipped, news is becoming less traditional and moving into alternative venues-   Tuesday at the Lost Dog Cafe, the Binghamton Community Lab discussed the role of  local... more

Jury Selection Postponed for Aaron Powell Trial VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2014 - The trial of the Binghamton man accused of killing his estranged wife and her friend has been postponed. Jury selection in the trial of Aaron Powell will now take place in July instead of this... more

Pros & Cons of Youth & Social Media VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2014 - According to the Pew Internet and American Life project, more than 70 percent of people aged 12-29 use social networking sites. This can bring a number of benefits and red flags to young... more

Astorino Chooses Upstate Sheriff for Running Mate VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2014 - The Republican challenging Governor Cuomo in this year's gubernatorial election now has a running mate: --and he is from upstate: GOP candidate Rob Astorino has chosen Chemung County Sheriff Chris... more

New use for 50 Front St. VIEW VIDEO
May 13, 2014 - The vacant six story former hotel and senior living facility on 50 Front Street in Binghamton is set to be redeveloped...    The Broome County Land Bank accepted a proposal from the Newman... more

Hanna on EPA Regs: 'Navigable' Mud Puddles Will Cost Farmers, Consumers VIEW VIDEO
May 12, 2014 - New federal regulations are threatening farms in the area-- so says  Congressman Richard Hanna who is trying to stop those new rules.   Tighter regulations from the Environmental Protection... more

Organizers Still Ask: Why was Sustainability Fair Denied Permit? VIEW VIDEO
May 12, 2014 - It's a music fair to promote environmental sustainability, but it's leaving a trail of controversy as it moves from Binghamton to Owego...   The Big Splash Sustainability Fair has taken place at... more

Aaron Powell Pre-Trial Hearing VIEW VIDEO
May 12, 2014 - The Binghamton man accused of killing his estranged wife and her friend appeared in court Monday. Aaron Powell is accused of killing 35-year-old Christina Powell and 24-year-old Mario Masciarelli... more

Preston Recovering After Lung Cancer Surgery VIEW VIDEO
May 12, 2014 - Broome County Executive Debbie Preston is recovering in the intensive care unit of the Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City after surgery related to her battle against lung cancer. ... more

Sex Offender Arrested for Rape With Female Under 17 VIEW VIDEO
May 12, 2014 - A registered sex offender faces additional charges  after detectives say they discovered he had been having sexual intercourse with an under aged female...   25 year old Daniel Witney, of... more

Next Wave of Lockdown Warnings VIEW VIDEO
May 12, 2014 - The city of Binghamton has sent a new wave of warning letters to five landlords, informing them their properties are in danger of being locked down by the city...   The properties are the site of... more

Nationally Recognized Bishop Visits Local Church VIEW VIDEO
May 11, 2014 - The congregation at Tabernacle United Methodist Church in Binghamton welcomed a nationally famed speaker as their special guest. Bishop Melvin Talbert visited the church to speak about biblical... more

Water Interruption Scheduled For Monday VIEW VIDEO
May 11, 2014 - Some Binghamton residents will be seeing an interruption in their water services for part of the day on Monday.   Water maintenance will be repairing a gate valve causing those on Washington... more

Volunteers Make Binghamton's Stars Shine VIEW VIDEO
May 10, 2014 - If you've ever been to Binghamton's Metro-Center, chances are you've strolled along the local "Walk of Fame."   Members of the community, many local businesses and even a fraternity from... more

Animal Planet Star Visits BU Debate Team