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Binghamton Man Facing Grand Larceny Charges for Unbuilt Home
A Binghamton man has been arrested for grand larceny after allegedly collecting a down payment and never starting a construction project. A New York State Police investigation determined that... more

Suspect in Fatal JC Arson Indicted
The man accused of setting a fire on Floral Avenue in Johnson City that killed two young boys has been indicted by a Broome County grand jury.     38-year-old Dwight Burton was indicted on... more

Leaders Vow Fight for BDC After Cuomo Veto VIEW VIDEO
Governor Cuomo has vetoed a bill sponsors said would have ensured people with developmental disabilities would have had services as they move into community residential settings.     This as the... more

Fire Safety Tips to Beat the Blaze Before it Begins VIEW VIDEO
The colder weather is closing in on us in the Twin Tiers. As the temperatures drop -- the risk of fires rises. Heating equipment is often to blame when a home goes up in flames. Broome County... more

Space Heater Causes A Fire in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
No one was injured after a small fire broke out in a Binghamton apartment this afternoon.   The Binghamton Fire Department was called to 26 North Street just after 3 p.m. for reports of the... more

Can President Obama's Ideas on Heroin Epidemic Help The Southern Tier? VIEW VIDEO
Last month, President Barack Obama visited West Virginia to push his new policy ideas in an effort to combat the growing national heroin epidemic. We spoke with a local soldier in the fight... more

State Suspends Construction Lane Closures for Thanksgiving Weekend
If you're traveling the state's highways this Thanksgiving weekend your trip just got a bit easier.     Governor Cuomo announced Monday temporary lane closures associated with road and bridge... more

Johnson City Middle School Hosts Multicultural Thanksgiving VIEW VIDEO
Whether they prefer mashed potatoes or turkey, students from Johnson City Middle School's English as a New Language, or ENL, program can agree on one thing; it's nice to share new traditions with... more

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