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Republican leaders select Fred Akshar as their candidate for New York State Senate
Local Republicans have made their pick to run for the Senate seat made vacant by the conviction of Tom Libous. Broome County Undersheriff Fred Akshar is the choice. "The 52nd district needs a... more

Police: Chase Suspects Not Cooperating In Search for Others VIEW VIDEO
State Police are still searching for two men on the loose after fleeing from a car chase in Whitney Point on Friday night. This is connection to a stolen ID and credit card  investigation.     ... more

Binghamton Cracks Down on Unpaid Tickets VIEW VIDEO
Saying there are over $1 million in unpaid parking tickets due the city, Binghamton Mayor Rich David announced a new plan to get people to pay up.   The city is sending all parking scofflaws a... more

110,000 Come to 2015 Speidie Fest VIEW VIDEO
The 2015 Spiedie Fest is now history and organizers said it made some history.     110,000 people came to the three-day event, the most ever. that left one big clean up Monday at Otsiningo Park.... more

David "Very Surprised" by the Way GOP Picked Akshar VIEW VIDEO
One of the high-profile local Republicans who bowed out of consideration for the GOP nomination said he was surprised by the way the party picked Broome County Undersheriff Fred Akshar to run for... more

Three Arrested In Connection with Whitney Point Manhunt VIEW VIDEO
Three men are arrested and two are still on the loose in connection with a manhunt in Whitney Point.   Friday, New York State police were in pursuit of a vehicle from Cortland County. The... more

Senator Schumer Pushes for Safe Limo Standards VIEW VIDEO
Senator Chuck Schumer is pushing to upgrade safety standards on stretch limos and other motor coaches..   The call comes in the wake of a limo crash on Long Island that killed four women and... more

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