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Fire Levels a Vestal Home on State Line Road

A house on State Line Road in the Town of Vestal is a total loss following a fire that was reported at 2:10 a.m. May 21.

Firefighters from at least eight companies were called to the two-alarm fire off Route 26 near Hawleyton, along with officers from New York State Police, Vestal Police and the Broome County Sheriff’s Office

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New York and Pennsylvania Announce Seat Belt Enforcement Push

State Police and transportation officials in both New York and Pennsylvania this week are joining forces to announce a clampdown on seatbelt use through the end of the month.

The Click it or Ticket initiative underway involves state and local authorities to check for proper seat belt and child restraint use

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Pennsylvania State Troopers Cleared of Excessive Force

Troopers accused of excessive force in the arrest of a Vestal man, whose mug shot shows him with serious injuries to his face, have been cleared.

Robert Leone said he was brutally beaten by five Pennsylvania State Police officers following a low-speed chase in Bradford County in March of 2010

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News file photo

Sen. Libous’ Son Sentenced to Jail Time

New York State Senator Thomas Libous’ son, Matthew, will be spending six months in jail for tax fraud charges.

The younger Libous was sentenced in Federal Court in White Plains May 18 after the 37 year old was found guilty of failing to pay all due taxes from 2007 to 2009 and not repaying all the money after he was convicted in January

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Louie G. Townsquare Media photo

Landslides and Road Closures Follow Twin Tier’s Storm

Debris on roads from downpours May 18-19 has continued to be an issue for motorists and public works crews had to remove rocks and debris from roadway.

Early May 19, Glenwood between Clinton Street and Main Street was blocked off as water continued to stand under the railroad bridge

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