Kathy joins Morning Show Host Roger Neel beginning at 5:30am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. A graduate of Elmira College, Kathy worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. A long-time News Director with WAAL she also is part of that station's Morning Team. Kathy and her husband Randy are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep them quite busy.
Saint Patrick’s Day Drunk Driving Crackdown Begins
Area law enforcement offices are sending more patrols out to watch for people having a little too much fun celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day.
Surveys to Replace Citizen Panels for New York Deer Management Plans
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is looking for some new input into how to manage the state's deer population.
Man Accused of Threatening Another Motorists With a Pipe in Colesville
A Town of Fenton man involved in a minor two-vehicle crash March 13 is charged with menacing.
Towanda Substitute Teacher Accused of Sexually Assaulting Male Student
A substitute teacher at a school in Bradford County, Pennsylvania is accused of sexually assaulting a 17 year old Towanda boy.
Senator Charles Schumer Urges Fast Federal Action in BU Student Murder Case
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer issued a statement March 15 saying he wants federal officials to make the extradition of 22 year old Orlando Tercero from Nicaragua a top priority.
Foodie Friday Lemon-Poppy Seed Muffins
Word on the street is if you eat enough poppy seeds you could fail a drug test for opioids like the opium that is produced using poppies. We’ve never really found out if it’s true, but have heard you would have to consume a whole lot of poppy seeds.
New York State’s Annual Ban on Open Burning Begins
New York State's annual ban on open burning runs from March 16-May 14 and is instrumental in curbing wildfires.
Broome County Moves Up in Health Rankings
Broome County is showing gains on the health front.
Binghamton Area Students Participate in Gun Violence Protests
Some local students are stepping forward in a call for reduced gun violence and safer schools.
Schools Delay as Nor’Easter Finally Pulls Out of the Twin Tiers
Instead of a couple of inches of snow for the Greater Binghamton area, weather spotters reported half foot totals or more around the region March 14 into early March 15.