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Elmira Shooting Kills 1 Man And Sends Another To Jail VIEW VIDEO
One man is dead and one man is in jail after an Elmira shooting on Saturday morning. Elmira Police responded to reports of gun shots fired on the 300 block of Baty St. at 1:44 a.m. Upon arrival... more

Black History Month Event Embraces Forgiveness Over Hatred VIEW VIDEO
Anger and Hatred...these are two emotions that one woman felt when she heard about the South Carolina massacre that killed 9 African American people while they were at church. An act of senseless... more

Senator Akshar Pops Up in Binghamton VIEW VIDEO
State Senator Fred Akshar "popped" up in Binghamton today during one stop on  a series of events designed to get the community informed and engaged with what's going on in Albany. The series of 8... more

Supreme Court Justice Scalia dead at 79
via Fox News National Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the judicial standard-bearer of the conservative movement and the court's most provocative member, died Saturday. He was... more

Keeping Warm Through the Frigid Weekend VIEW VIDEO
With single digit temperatures approaching the Southern Tier, the American Red Cross is making sure residents stay safe in the cold. Officials say if going outside, dress in several layers of... more

Protecting Your Pets Through the Bitter Cold VIEW VIDEO
While you're keeping yourself warm during this weekend's frigid temperatures, don't forget about your pets. Officials at the Broome County Humane Society say to bring animals indoors if possible. ... more

Officials Say to Take These Measures to Prevent Frozen Pipes VIEW VIDEO
The City of Binghamton and the American Red Cross are urging residents to take measures to prevent frozen pipes throughout the upcoming cold snap. Binghamton is expected to experience a prolonged... more

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