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.
The Local ‘No Freeze’ Policy is in Effect
While no weather advisories are in place for the Binghamton area, there is still concern associated with very cold temperatures.
Pomegranate Cherry Juice Champagne Cocktail
This is a refreshing alternative to straight Champagne/ sparkling wine or a Mimosa for whatever you're celebrating.
Couple Found Snoozing in Car on the Roadway
A Homer couple is accused of having marijuana and a hypodermic instrument after they were found sleeping in a vehicle parked on the road in the Town of Scott.
Windsor Man Accused of DWI With a BAC at Twice the Legal Limit
A Windsor man is accused of driving with a blood alcohol content at twice the legal limit.
Fighting Breast Cancer Holiday Classic Basketball Tournament to Launch
Athletes are taking to the hardwood in Johnson City December 29 & 30 to raise awareness about breast cancer.
Day Two of the Deep Freeze Grips the Twin Tiers
The entire region continues to shiver under potentially dangerous wind chills.
Drug Detox Funding Approved by Broome Legislature
Broome County is moving forward with plans to develop a drug treatment and rehabilitation center at the former Broome Developmental Center in the Town of Dickinson.
Binghamton’s Expanding VINES Program on Southern Tier Close Up
Binghamton's VINES program is featured on the December 30 edition of Southern Tier Close Up.
Legislature Takes Up Drug Treatment Issue
The Broome County Legislature takes up the proposal calling for accepting New York State funding to open a drug treatment and rehabilitation facility at the Broome Developmental Center.
Citizens Protected Under Good Samaritan Law
Sheriff’s officials in Delaware County are reminding residents that the New York 911 Good Samaritan Law protects people from charges if they are seeking help for a person overdosing on drugs.