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Bob hosts WNBF's Binghamton Now program and reports the latest regional news. Bob's a life-long resident of the Southern Tier. He's pleased to call the Binghamton area his home.
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Town Of Union Man Charged With Endangering Minors

Authorities say a town of Union man was arrested after he called a child protective services hotline to report he had provided alcohol and marijuana smoking devices to minors.

According to the Broome County Sheriff's Office, 41-year-old Thomas Colasanto said he had given alcohol and bongs to teenagers over the past year

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Two Hurt In Susquehanna County Crash

Police say a Little Meadows man fell asleep at the wheel, resulting in a collision in Susquehanna County.

Authorities say 26-year-old Christopher Dudock was driving a car that veered into the path of a pickup truck on Route 29 in Dimock township

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [May 9, 2013]
Bob Joseph/WNBF News [May 9, 2013]

Libous Vows To Fight Federal Allegations [AUDIO]

New York State Senator Thomas Libous discussed an indictment alleging he made false statements to the FBI during a live interview on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program.

Libous answered questions from host Bob Joseph on Tuesday morning, one week after federal officials announced the indictment against the senator.

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Driver Seriously Hurt In Bradford County Crash

A 23-year-old man sustained serious injuries when the sport utility vehicle he was driving struck a utility pole and rolled over in Bradford County.

Authorities say Ryan Rockwell of Athens lost control of the SUV on State Route 1043 in Sheshequin township around 11:40 p

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Fracking Foes Call For New Environmental Study

Opponents of high-volume hydraulic fracturing in New York state are calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to withdraw a draft environmental impact statement on the process.

Fracking foes have sent a letter to the governor urging him to direct the state Department of Health to conduct an open and transparent public health impact study

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