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Police: Driver in Windsor Crash Had BAC Four Times Limit
Authorities say a Broome County man's blood alcohol content was measured at more than four times the legal limit after a rollover crash.
NYS: Bert Adams Disposal, Taylor Garbage Rigged Bids
The New York State attorney general says Broome County's big trash collection firms will be paying penalties for illegally carving up the market so they could charge inflated prices.
NYS Offers Roundabout Help for Binghamton Drivers
The state transportation commissioner is offering some guidance for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians to navigate roundabouts in the Binghamton area.
Suspect in JC Easter Sunday Killing Waives Extradition
The man who police believe fatally shot a woman in Johnson City on Easter Sunday is expected to be back in Broome County soon.
Toddler with Gunshot Wound Found in Car on Interstate 81
A toddler who had not received medical treatment after being shot was discovered in a vehicle stopped by troopers on Interstate 81 north of Binghamton.
Police: Naked Man with Knife Goes After JC Neighbors
Police say a Johnson City man removed his clothes and threatened neighborhood residents with a knife during a dispute.
National Chain Starts Construction for Apalachin Store
Work is underway for a new retail project on Route 434 in Tioga County.
Suspect in JC Easter Sunday Killing Found in Georgia
Johnson City police say the man they believe fatally shot a Binghamton woman around sunrise on Easter Sunday has been taken into custody.
Drug Suspect Fights Cops on Route 17 in Johnson City
A man stopped on Route 17 west of Binghamton struggled with police who tried to take him into custody as rush-hour motorists drove past the scene.
Plate Readers May Be Installed in Binghamton Neighborhoods
Binghamton's network of license plate readers eventually could be expanded to include some of the high-crime areas of the city.