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Campus Police Will Carry Heroin Antidote 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

BHS Graduation VIEW VIDEO
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

TCO ANNOUNCES 2014-15 SEASON VIEW VIDEO
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

COSMOS Breakdown VIEW VIDEO
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 VIEW VIDEO
May 10, 2014 - Students at Binghamton University had a rare chance to debate alongside Animal Planet star Paul Watson.   Dozens gathered at the Double Tree in Binghamton for BU's final debate of the semester.... more

Man Will Serve Life in Prison, Victim's Family Says They Forgive Him VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2014 - Family members of Eric Dantzler say now thathis killer, 32 year old Maurice Anthony, was sentenced, they will finally be able to move on.   "We'll still miss Eric and everything else. I've got a... more

Endicott Drug Bust VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2014 - Police say an Endicott man is in custody, after a search of an apartment showed him to be in possession of illegal narcotics and weapons. Early Friday morning, the Broome-Endicott SWAT team... more

Elementary Students Fight Diabetes VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2014 - Hundreds of elementary school students in Binghamton got moving Thursday- away from diabetes and toward good health... The Theodore Roosevelt Elementary school held it's 6th-annual Diabetes Day.... more

Two Arrested During Drug Deal in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2014 - A police officer was injured Thursday night in Binghamton, during  a struggle with a drug suspect...   It happened around 9pm, on Hawley Street between State and Washington--near... more

Consumer Warning of IRS Tax Scam VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2014 - A local accountant and financial adviser says scammers are pretending to be IRS agents in an effort to attain sensitive personal information...   Gerri Harrison of Ever Evolving Enterprises says... more

Achieve Expansion VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2014 - ACHIEVE is the well-known organization whose mission it is to habilitate those with ith intellectual and other developmental disabilities. ACHIEVE has completed a project that will help it do that... more

State Wrestling Championships at SUNY Broome this Weekend VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2014 - Before the era of entertainment shaped for television, it's the type of wrestling that had been done for thousands of years:   Greco/Roman and freestyle wresting is carried on today-- and there... more

Workshops for Help with STREDC Applications VIEW VIDEO
May 9, 2014 - For those looking for state money to fund projects, activities and businesses that will stimulate or grow the local economy-- there were workshops Friday.   They were held at Binghamton University... more

Policemen Honored for Exceptional Commitment to Community VIEW VIDEO
May 8, 2014 - Over a dozen local police officers and their family members were honored Thursday  for their exceptional commitment to the community. Members of the Binghamton and Johnson City Police Departments... more

Debbie Preston Cancer Update VIEW VIDEO
May 8, 2014 - Broome County Executive Debbie Preston gave an update Thursday to supporters on her health status. In an e-mail, Preston, who was recently diagnosed with lung cancer, said that on this coming... more

Lesko Financial: Not Too Big to Jail? VIEW VIDEO
May 8, 2014 - This week, Greg Lesko of Lesko Financial Services talks of Attorney General Eric Holder's announcement concerning possible prosecutions of financial institutions and employees who, until now, were... more

Mayor Reverses Decision: Now Says He Will Raise Rainbow Flag Over City Hall VIEW VIDEO
May 7, 2014 - Binghamton Mayor Rich David has quickly reversed himself on a decision regarding his raising of the Rainbow Pride flag over City Hall this year.  He now says he will raise it, in an apparent... more

Resident Calls for More Diversity in Businesses in Comprehensive Plan VIEW VIDEO
May 7, 2014 - Binghamton City Council was  talking about the Comprehensive Plan, again Wednesday night, and hearing from the public about what directions the city should take for its future economic and social... more

Cloudy in Binghamton? No Problem for New Solar Energy Systems VIEW VIDEO
May 7, 2014 - For the past several weeks, we've been covering a series of solar power workshops being conducted by the Southern Tier Solar Works group.   The point being made repeatedly during these workshops... more

Council Weighs Belmar Pub Noise Variance VIEW VIDEO
May 7, 2014 - Binghamton City Council tonight considering a noise variance for the Belmar Pub on Main Street:   The pub has been holding a series of summer concerts outside the Belmar for  the past several... more

Bids to be Taken for Riverside Drive Reconstruction VIEW VIDEO
May 7, 2014 - A main roadway in Binghamton will soon get a multi-million dollar face lift.   The city will advertise this Friday for project bids to reconstruct Riverside Drive between Front Street and... more

Former DMV Building up for Sale VIEW VIDEO
May 7, 2014 - The former Department of Motor Vehicles  building in Binghamton could soon be under new ownership.   The building and parking lot at 181 and 185 Clinton Street may soon be owned by a... more

Few Attend School Board's Public Hearing VIEW VIDEO
May 6, 2014 - There didn't appear to be much public interest in Tuesday's public hearing on Binghamton's 2014--15 school budget Only a handful of people showed up, and while we were there, no one spoke about... more

Welfare Fraud Crackdown Saves Broome County Taxpayers $1.6 Million VIEW VIDEO
May 6, 2014 - Local taxpayers have saved 1.6 million dollars in fraudulent welfare payments, according to Broome County, in the announcing results of its latest crackdown. That would have been the local share... more

Rob Astorino Visits Southern Tier in Support of Fracking VIEW VIDEO
May 6, 2014 - New York Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Rob Astorino made a trip to the Southern Tier and had plenty to say in support of fracking. Astorino visited the Vestal asphalt plant. Monday night, New... more

Grant Money Available for Businesses Hurt by the Flood of 2011 VIEW VIDEO
May 6, 2014 - Hundreds of thousands of dollars are still available to local small business hurt by the flood of 2011. Binghamton University's Small Business Development Center is working with small businesses... more

Enhancing Literacy Skills for Local Adults VIEW VIDEO
May 6, 2014 - Imagine having to fill out a job application but not being able to read the questions. 28,000 adults in Broome and 6,500 adults Tioga County are illiterate. Those are numbers literacy... more

Comprehensive Plan Public Hearing Raises Familiar Concerns VIEW VIDEO
May 5, 2014 - It is still a work in progress-- Binghamton's latest Comprehensive Plan--   Monday evening,  in City Council chambers,  at a public hearing, residents got another chance to talk about their... more

Cornell Prof. Says Israel Already an Apartheid State VIEW VIDEO
May 5, 2014 - The plight of Palestinians in refugee camps was the topic of discussion at Binghamton University Monday evening.   Students listened to American Studies Professor Erick Chyfitz of Cornell... more

Professor: History of Cinco de Mayo Misunderstood, Celebration Perpetuates Stereotypes VIEW VIDEO
May 5, 2014 - May 5th or Cinco de Mayo, a holiday with many misconceptions:.   We spoke with Binghamnton University Professor Aja Martinez about the history of the holiday and she says that one of the main... more

Southern Tier begins Police Memorial Week with Monument and Flag Raising Ceremony VIEW VIDEO
May 5, 2014 - Police memorial Week has begun in Binghamton. This year's version has deeper meaning for many in uniform with the recent death in the line of duty of one of their own. "the heroes on the monument... more

Local Salon offers free makeovers to YWCA residents VIEW VIDEO
May 5, 2014 - Mother's Day is celebrated this month and 20 women at the YWCA were offered free makeovers from a local salon. Salon Owner Lisa Di Renzo and her staff at Prima Classa Salon provided haircuts and... more

Local Mother Shares Personal Story on Pregnancy VIEW VIDEO
May 4, 2014 - For most women, pregnancy is a time of happiness and rejoicing, especially if she finds out that she's expecting more than one baby. But for Michelle Tunison, it was a mother's worst nightmare. "I... more

4th Annual Bridge Run Draws Thousands VIEW VIDEO
May 4, 2014 - The area's most notable road race drew thousands of people from across the country to Binghamton for the 4th annual Bridge Run. The race turned out a record 24 hundred people on Sunday who ran a... more

Local Strive to Stomp Out Heroin Use VIEW VIDEO
May 4, 2014 - With heroin related deaths in the community on the rise, a local group of men are doing their part in putting that to an end.   The group hosted an event at Macarthur Park in Binghamton called... more

Prospect Mountain Travel Advisory VIEW VIDEO
May 4, 2014 - More work on the Prospect Mountain project will influence traffic this week. So what can you expect?   Monday to Friday from 7 to 5 there will be lane closures on Prospect Street, Chenango Street... more

Walking in Support of Heart Disease Awareness VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2014 - According to government surveys, millions across the country suffer from heart disease each year. But Candy Hamm, is a survivor. "In June of last year and I had surgery about a week after I was... more

Binghamton Man Arrested for Rape VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2014 - A man is facing jail time after being arrested for raping a 16 year old girl.   35 year old David Heater of Binghamton after an investigation revealed he repeatedly had sexual intercourse with... more

Endicott Man Arrested For Selling Heroin VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2014 - An Endicott man who was on parole is facing charges after a search warrant reveled he had been selling heroin.   44 year old Keith Chance was taken into custody after police searched 1711 1/2... more

Volunteer Repair Elderly Woman's Roof--For Free VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2014 - More than 100 people spent their day volunteering to repair an elderly woman's roof--all free of charge to her.   The Impact Project is a non-profit out of Greene that repairs the homes of low... more

Gators on the Green at Ely Park VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2014 - Golfers headed to Ely Park in Binghamton to enjoy the nice weather, and support the Ross Park Zoo.   Gators on the Green hosted 17 teams for 18 holes of golf, raffles, awards, and a dinner. All... more

Is the Next Da Vinci in Broome County? VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2014 - The Broome County Library isn't just housing books lately. You might be seeing the work of the next Da Vinci there.   A thousand pieces of art from students kindergarten through 12th grade are... more

Binghamton Blooms for Flower Show VIEW VIDEO
May 3, 2014 - Hillside Gardens in Binghamton was even more in bloom than usual for their annual Flower Fashion Event.   This is the third year of the show and the festival featured trendy plants, hands-on... more

Details on Air Show VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2014 - An event that left the area for 6 years is making a return this summer.   The Greater Binghamton Airport announced that the Air Show will be taking place this July--the first time since 2009.... more

Mock Disaster at Suny Broome VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2014 - There were 33 casualties on the campus of SUNY Broome after a drunk driver plowed through a crowd Friday afternoon - but it was all a drill...   The event was part of a mock disaster involving... more

New Arrivals of Snow Leopards at Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2014 - The Ross Park Zoo is welcoming the arrival of two new creatures to its animal family.   Kushar and Ace are year- old snow leopards that the zoo acquired from other zoos as part of a species... more

Lupardo Constituent Survey Has Surprise on Pot VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2014 - Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo is sorting through the results of her Third Annual Constituent Survey.   Lupardo says she was surprised at one result--the majority of her constituents are in favor of... more

Fireman's Challenge to Help Burn Center
May 2, 2014 - Firefighters don't often get to do their jobs just for fun, but Friday was different... At Binghamton University, members of the Binghamton Firefighter's Benevolent Association and various... more

Flower Fashions Show This Weekend VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2014 - Hey, it's spring, finally, isn't it? And now that we've had April showers, it's bringing us May flowers:   And you can see lots of them Saturday, from 10 to 4 in the afternoon, at the Hillside... more

Circus Animal Protest at the Arena VIEW VIDEO
May 2, 2014 - The circus is in town-- and so are protestors who object to the way animals are kept and trained for shows in conditions which they say the public knows little about: A group of animal rights... more

Cuomo's GIVE Program to Help Reduce Gun Violence in Broome County VIEW VIDEO
May 1, 2014 - The governor's effort to eliminate gun violence is sending more than three-hundred thousand dollars to Broome County. In all, law enforcement in 17 counties are being given a total of 13.2 million... more

Expert Tells Students Wage and Benefits Issues Will Soon Affect Them VIEW VIDEO
May 1, 2014 - On Thursday, students at SUNY Broome learned more about the minimum wage, and the history of the labor movement:   Kim Bobo travels the country explaining what she says are the positive effects of... more

Students Camp out for Homeless VIEW VIDEO
May 1, 2014 - A camp-out and balloon launch Thursday night  at SUNY Broome to remember a beloved professor who created an event that students hold close to their hearts.   It was the 4th Annual "Sleep Out for... more

Binghamton University Being Investigated for Handling of Sex Complaints VIEW VIDEO
May 1, 2014 - The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights is investigating 55 schools across the country, including Binghamton University for possible violations of federal law over the handling of... more

Hope Remains After Fire Destroys Family Business VIEW VIDEO
May 1, 2014 - A day after flames tore through the Ellis Brother's furniture store on Water Street in downtown Binghamton owners are already working on getting back on their feet. The primary storefront, on... more

Dems Object to Mayor's Appointment VIEW VIDEO
May 1, 2014 - Democrats on Binghamton City Council are crying foul over the mayor's choice of Attorney Bob Murphy as the City's Director of Economic Development. Among the complaints are that he should disband... more

New Binghamton City Court Judge Sworn In VIEW VIDEO
May 1, 2014 - Binghamton's newest City Court judge was sworn in today:   She's Carol Cocchiola, who is filling the spot left vacant by Mary Anne Lehmann, who retired in April. Cocchiola has worked both with... more

Fire Rips Through Historic Downtown Binghamton Business VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2014 - Binghamton firefighters arrived at 159 Washington Street just after 7:30 this morning to find the Ellis Brothers Furniture store ablaze, with smoke pouring from the windows.     "We did start an... more

Ellis Family Has Long History in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2014 - The Ellis family has been active in the community since it came to the area in 1897.   The building where the furniture store is located dates back to the 1900s. Originally it housed the... more

Water Service Interruption VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2014 - Thursday, residents should take caution--water service to Morgan Road in Binghamton will be interrupted. From 8 AM to 4 PM, the water system will undergo repairs on Morgan Road from Mary Street... more

Childcare Subsidies Increase VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2014 - An announcement from Governor Cuomo on Wednesday means more money for more families--$794 million will be allocated to provide affordable childcare for working New Yorkers and their children. The... more

Ellis Bros. Fire Watch: Looking for Remaining Hot Spots VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2014 - Crews were still on the scene in downtown Binghamton late Wednesday night, where a huge fire tore through a landmark building and family business on Washington Street in the early morning... more

Common Core Reforms VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2014 - Governor Cuomo announced Wednesday that several changes to the Common Core rules are expected to protect students and parents. As math testing begins this week in grades 3 through 8, the Common... more

Casino Bidders Voice Concerns, Ask Questions in Albany VIEW VIDEO
April 30, 2014 - Twenty-two bidders for casino licenses, including at least two from the Southern Tier, gathered tWednesday at a pre-bidding conference in Albany. Bill Walsh of Traditions at the Glen and Jeff... more

Firefighters Battle Major Blaze at Historic Downtown Building
April 30, 2014 - Dozens of firefighers are trying to knock down a morning fire at the historic Ellis Bros. Furniture building on Water Street. The fire forced the evacuation of nearby buildings, including the... more

State Senate Bill Would Stiffen Penalties for Meth Production VIEW VIDEO
April 29, 2014 - The state Senate has passed, by a near unanimous vote --a bill that would sharply increased penalties for methamphetamine  production:   Senator Tom Libous, who strongly supports the bill, tells... more

Three Bids for Vacant Lot in Downtown Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
April 29, 2014 - The City of Binghamton has three bids to from parties interested in developing a vacant lot downtown at 70-72 Court Street. There is a $1 bid from Marchuska Productions, LLC, a $50,000 proposal... more

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Binghamton FEMA Buyouts Demolition VIEW VIDEO
April 28, 2014 - The city of Binghamton has begun the demolition of the FEMA buyout projects. Monday morning, Mayor Rich David was at the scene where "all-around excavating" of Johnson City took down a house at... more

Severe Weather Awareness Month VIEW VIDEO
April 28, 2014 - It might have been beautiful out Monday, but severe weather can strike quickly.   With summer on its way, thunderstorms, damaging winds, and even tornadoes can be an issue. One way to be prepared... more

MacArthur Track Set To Close VIEW VIDEO
April 28, 2014 - People who like to take a stroll on the track at the MacArthur Elementary School track in Binghamton are getting in their last strides before it closes for construction.   On Thursday, the... more

Four Arrested in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
April 27, 2014 - Four people are facing charges after an investigation into a wanted individual at a local motel.   Patrols observed a vehicle pull recklessly out of the motel's parking lot. After a short chase,... more

Town of Binghamton House Fire VIEW VIDEO
April 27, 2014 - At least five fire departments were on the scene of a house fire in the Town of Binghamton today. The call came in just after 2 o'clock this afternoon for a fire at 623 Park Ave. Binghamton and... more

Pet Expo Draws Hundreds VIEW VIDEO
April 27, 2014 - Where can you find  hundreds of pet lovers in one place learning how to make life better for their furry friends?   The first ever pet Expo sponsored by Equinox broadcasting. It was held today at... more

Prescription Drug Drop-off Day VIEW VIDEO
April 26, 2014 - And today local police departments throughout the state were making sure unused and expired prescriptions don't fall into the wrong hands.   Prescription drop-offs were held for area locals today... more

Big Donation for Little Leaguers VIEW VIDEO
April 26, 2014 - Carefully manicured fields, new cleats, and the smell of hot dogs--that's when summer really begins in Binghamton. But before future big league players can take the field--there's some things that... more

Locals Run to Make Wishes Come True VIEW VIDEO
April 26, 2014 - Thousands of children around the world, just like Jeremiah Santiago of Binghamton, will be diagnosed with a life threatening disease this year--and one organization is doing their part to help keep... more

Children's Poetry Recitition VIEW VIDEO
April 26, 2014 - While Saturday afternoons for most children are often spent at home or outside with friends, dozens headed to Binghamton High-School today for a different activity.   Participants from schools all... more

Locals Gather In Support of Sexual Abuse Victims VIEW VIDEO
April 26, 2014 - Dozens of people joined together tonight at Recreation Park in Binghamton tonight to show support for victims of sexual abuse.   The vigil was hosted by a local non-profit--Healing House. The... more

Judge Reserves Decision on Fracking Lawsuits VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2014 - A state supreme court judge is reserving a ruling on the state's request to dismiss a pair of lawsuits over what they claim is the state's inaction on finishing it's study of fracking. The state... more

Mirabito Acquires Manley's Mighty Marts VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2014 - The Mirabito family of companies is acquiring Manley's Mighty Marts. the Mirabito Company announced Friday it is buying the 17 stores located in Binghamton, Endicott, Endwell, Vestal, Johnson City,... more

BU's Ninth Annual Iron Pour VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2014 - A sunny day Friday and Binghamton University raised temperatures to more than 2700 degrees - in furnaces that is. BU held its ninth annual Invitational Iron Pour on campus. Students and faculty... more

Labor Department Lay-offs VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2014 - Every week it seems, we report on some development concerning jobs and the economy in the Southern Tier-- Now, a new twist on that front: Some workers at the New York State Labor... more

Antiques Show VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2014 - Interested in antiques, ranging from furniture, to jewelry, to carpets, to sculpture?   You can find it all  this weekend, at the Sertoma Club's annual Million Dollar Antique Show, at the... more

Isaiah Criss Sentencing VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2014 - The man convicted of shooting and killing another man in a local bar in 2012 appeared in court Friday, to answer charges on another matter:   22 year old Isaiah Criss is now charged with... more

'Recycling' the Collier Street Garage VIEW VIDEO
April 25, 2014 - And Binghamton's mayor has a recycling idea, of sorts--for an aging parking garage in downtown...   Rich David is advertising the city's search for a developer looking for a public/private... more

FEMA Demolitions of Flood-Damaged Properties to Begin in Binghamton
April 25, 2014 - The first FEMA buyout demolitions of flood damaged  properties in the City of Binghamton will begin late this month--   That announcment made Friday by Mayor Rich David. They'll be the first of... more

Local Singers Battle For Recording Chance VIEW VIDEO
April 24, 2014 - Those with a passion for singing often have a dream of recording their own hit single--and tonight 10 local vocalists battled for just that. WJOB-FM hosted its "Can you go the note?" singing... more

Former Parks & Rec Director Pleas Guilty to Stealing Thousands VIEW VIDEO
April 24, 2014 - Binghamton's former director of the Parks and Recreation Department accused of stealing thousands from the city pled guilty in Broome County court Thursday...     72-year-old John Whalen pled... more

Feds Propose New E-Cig Regulations VIEW VIDEO
April 24, 2014 - The federal Food and Drug Administration is proposing new rules that would regulate electronic cigarettes.     E-cigarettes are nicotine delivery devices that emit water vapor instead of the... more

Assemblywoman Lupardo on Hemp Research VIEW VIDEO
April 23, 2014 - There is political support for growing hemp legally, in New York State. No, not the kind you smoke. The kind you can wear. A recent change in the United States Farm Bill could help reintroduce... more

Future of Binghamton's Unemployment Numbers? VIEW VIDEO
April 23, 2014 - With both the state and the Southern Tier still trying to fully revive the still struggling economy, what are we to make of the latest jobless figures? The New York State Department of Labor is... more

Citizen Helps Police Make Arrest with Cell Phone VIEW VIDEO
April 23, 2014 - Usually, you can get arrested if a police officer spots you using a cell phone when you're not supposed to, such as when you're driving. On Wednesday, a citizen helped police make an arrest by... more

Binghamton Council Considers Increasing Death Benefits for All City Employees VIEW VIDEO
April 23, 2014 - Binghamton City Council is considering increasing death benefits for all city employees--not just those who die in the the line of duty.   On Wednesday, council decided to let the corporation... more

Boy Hit by Car VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2014 - A nine year old boy escaped serious injury Tuesday after being struck by a car  at Hazel and Glennwood around three o'clock in the afternoon:   Binghamton Police tell us the youngster was crossing... more

Casino Bidders Hopeful with Thinning Competition VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2014 - With a thinning field of competitors,  there are two venues left vying for a license from the state to operate a Casino in the Southern Tier:   Both Tioga Downs in Nichols and Traditions at the... more

Siena Poll Shows Cuomo Could Lose Half his Lead in a 3-Way Race VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2014 - Polls have been showing Governor Cuomo far ahead of any single possible challenger in a re-election bid for the governorship--   But now, a Siena poll is showing that the large lead-- 30 points... more

Vestal Looking to Fund Chugnut Trail Extension VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2014 - There will be more of a trail to exercise along--if Vestal grant writers can get the funding to add 3.2 miles to the Chugnut Trail:   The plan is to extend the path from Vestal avenue, all the... more

B.C. Dems Call for Ethics Investigation on Bijoy Datta VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2014 - Democrats in the Broome County Legislature are calling for an ethics investigation of Deputy County Executive Bijoy datta.   At issue are emails sent by Datta to county workers urging them to... more

A Room To Heal Changes One Boy's Life VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2014 - A ribbon cutting and a first for 10-year-old Connor Ford. For the first time Ford, who suffers from Treacher Collins Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy, has his own room. "It's been amazing, just... more

Schumer: Proposed FDA Rule will Hurt Farmers, Businesses VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2014 - It makes no sense at all, according to  Congressman Richard Hanna, speaking about a new rule proposed by the Food and Drug administration concerning how small farmers handle their spent grain:   ... more

New Visions Engineering Program VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2014 - The BOCES New Visions program is teaming up with the Department of Transportation to help students gain a hands on experience.  14 students from the local schools districts were present as they... more

Mixed News in Binghamton Jobless Rate VIEW VIDEO
April 22, 2014 - Binghamton's unemployment rate is higher than the rest of the state, but lower than it was last year at this time:   According to preliminary figures released Tuesday, the unemployment rate in... more

Binghamton Residency Requirement Still Under Discussion VIEW VIDEO
April 21, 2014 - A city council proposal we've been reporting on for some time now is still being discussed:   It's the rule that would require all newly-hired city employees to live in Binghamton. According to... more

Governor Urges 'Clingy Darts' Toy Recall VIEW VIDEO
April 21, 2014 - The governor is urging the federal government to recall a children's toy sold in stores throughout New York State:   The plastic toy is called "Clingy Darts" and  it is sold at Dollar Trees and... more

Vista Hospitality Drops Bid for Casino in Tier VIEW VIDEO
April 21, 2014 - One of the expected competitors for a Southern Tier casino license has taken itself out of the competition. Vista Hospitality had proposed a casino for downtown Binghamton. But the company has... more

Seton Catholic Central baseball team helps out the Samaritan House VIEW VIDEO
April 21, 2014 - The Seton Catholic Central baseball team is used to practicing on spring mornings. But on Monday morning, the day after Easter, the players were helping out the Samaritan House. The boys got... more

Driver Walks Away from Fiery Car Crash VIEW VIDEO
April 21, 2014 - A fiery car accident closed down a portion of Route 12 at the entrance to the Price Chopper Plaza early Monday Afternoon in the Town of Chenango. 17-year-old Mason Dietzen of Chenango Forks lost... more

NARCAN Used Again by Broome County Sheriff's Department to Save Life VIEW VIDEO
April 21, 2014 - The Broome County Highway Patrol division has again deployed the drug Naloxone saved a 39-year-old man who overdosed on heroin. The sheriff's office received a call Sunday evening at Route 12 in... more

B.C. Considers Hiring Lobbist VIEW VIDEO
April 21, 2014 - Broome County is looking to hire a lobbyist in an effort to gain more money from the state. Deputy County Executive Bijoy Datta says the county sent out requests for proposal about two months ago... more

Friends of the Forum Fundraiser VIEW VIDEO
April 21, 2014 - An upscale experience may help upgrade the Forum Theater in downtown Binghamton. For the sixth year in a row the Friends of the Forum will hold a fundraiser surrounding one of the Broadway Theater... more

Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park Gets into Easter Spirit VIEW VIDEO
April 20, 2014 - Just one day after it's grand opening, Binghamton's Zoo at Ross Park got into the spirit of Easter. The Zoo hosted an Easter egg hunt for children throughout the zoo. Kids searched for eggs in... more

Thousands of Children and even More Easter Eggs VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2014 - With Easter this Sunday, thousands of children gathered to  celebrate the holiday with fun activities throughout the day. "It's great. I mean it's a great event for the community to come out here... more

Fugitive Behind Bars with Robbery Charges VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2014 - A Binghamton man on the run for months was apprehended Friday--and is now facing charges. Police say that after a brief foot chase Friday afternoon Kareem Gibson ran into a home at 49 Clark Street... more

Easter Egg Hunt at Rec Park VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2014 - And just a few miles away, there were even more Easter eggs and celebrations taking place.   Rec Park in Binghamton held it's 2nd annual Easter Egg Hunt today. Nearly 1500 people  attended the... more

Farmer's Market Encourages to Buy Local VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2014 - With the prices of produce at groceries stores going up, members of the community are looking elsewhere for their food. The Binghamton Farmer's Market was able to provide  exactly that for the... more

Prospect Mountain Travel Advisory VIEW VIDEO
April 19, 2014 - More construction to begin on the Prospect Mountain project this week. Here's what you can expect: The State Route 17 eastbound exit 72 off ramp to Front Street will be closed at 6 p.m. Monday... more

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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