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Two Arrested After Pursuit Through Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
A pursuit through Binghamton Thursday night ended in a crash and two arrests. At approximately 11:40 pm Thursday, a Broome County Sheriff's Deputy attempted to stop a vehicle, driven by Robert C.... more

Hancock Boil Water Advisory Lifted
Village of Hancock boil water advisory has been... more

UHS Goes Red For Women VIEW VIDEO
One in three women will die from Heart Disease or a stroke. That's why  it was a sea of red at UHS Vestal today, as people took time to raise awareness for women's Heart Disease. "Get that word... more

Crack Bust in Endwell Ends in Arrest VIEW VIDEO
An Endwell man is facing drugs charges after an investigation of crack cocaine sales. Narcotics and police teams executed a search warrant at 15 Delaware Ave, Apt 237 in the Town of Union Friday... more

Local Wing Slingers Prep for Super Bowl Sunday VIEW VIDEO
Nothing says 'Super Bowl' quite like chicken wings. The National Chicken Council says Americans will eat 1.3 billion wings this weekend. In Broome County, local restaurants are preparing for... more

Police Searching for Those Involved in Physical Altercation in Binghamton Store VIEW VIDEO
Police are looking for individuals involved in a physical altercation at Maryam’s Mart on Court Street last week. On January 30th, at approximately 3:45 AM, the individuals depicted in the photos... more

Do it For Daron Power To The Purple Day Addresses Suicide Prevention
New York State Senator Fred Akshar (R) proclaimed February 6th as "Do It For Daron Power To The Purple Day" in order to bring awareness youth mental health. Do it for Daron, is an organization... more

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