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.
Trooper Wounded in Kirkwood Shootout Cleared for Duty
New York State Trooper Timothy Conklin is ready for duty again after being wounded in a shootout with a suspect on January 28 on Route 17 in Kirkwood.
Residents in 52nd Senate District Split on Legalizing Marijuana
New York Senator Fred Akshar says residents in the 52nd district are almost evenly split on legalizing recreational marijuana.
Rescheduled Hearings Set for Windsor Wind Farm Plans
Plans to develop a wind farm in eastern Broome County are to be discussed February 19.
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Man Sliced With Box Cutter in Endicott
New York State Police say a 27-year-old is charged with felony assault and tampering with evidence in a stabbing incident on Maple Street in Endicott.
Shots Fired and Stabbing Investigated in Binghamton
City of Binghamton Police are investigating a number of incidents in the First Ward and West Side over the past few days, including shots fired and a stabbing.
Elderly Otego Man Unable to Call For Help While House Burns Down
New York State Police say a passerby was able to summon help for an elderly Otego man as his home burned to the ground.
Switched Plates Lead to Meth Bust on Main Street in Windsor
A Windsor man is accused of having methamphetamine in his possession when he was pulled over by Broome County Sheriff’s Deputies for switched license plates.
Two More Suspect in Alleged Islamberg Attack Plot
Two more suspects in Western New York accused of threatening to attack a Muslim Community in the Southern Tier are under indictment
United Way’s Community Cafe Meetings Featured on Southern Tier Close Up
United Way of Broome County Executive Director Jacqueline Gerchman gives an update on the Community Café series.
PennDOT Works on Repairing 2018 Flood Damage
Flooding from last summer is continuing to be an issue in Northeast Pennsylvania.