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Fishes Eddy Woman Accused of Knife Attack

A Delaware County woman is accused of attacking her boyfriend with a kitchen knife.

New York State Police say they responded to a dispute on County Route 28 in the Town of Hancock February 23.

27 year old Niki Patire of Fishes Eddy is accused of causing serious injury to her 35 year old boyfriend

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Category: Articles, Crime, Local News
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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Harpursville Fire Caused by Thawing Pipes

Emergency services officials say people are still using dangerous methods to try to thaw frozen pipes.

A mobile home in Harpursville is gone after fire ripped through the structure as residents were trying to use a torpedo heater that is normally used for extra heat in a large garage, to thaw pipes under the trailer

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Mayor Says Binghamton is Strong

The City of Binghamton is strong and getting stronger.  Binghamton Mayor Richard David has delivered his second State of the City Address and told Council and residents that he is pleased with the progress that has been made over the past year in improving public safety, infrastructure and job opportunities and plans to build on the momentum

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Kathy Whyte-WNBF News

Wind Chill Advisory for Twin Tiers But Ambient Air Also Below Zero

Area residents February 24 woke up to temperatures well below zero, not taking into account any wind causing the "feels like" temperature to plummet even more.

Winds died down, so the National Weather Service has swapped out a Wind Chill Warning that had been issued until 10 a

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Fire Damages Mobile Home in the Town of Maine

Officials are looking into the cause of a fire that damaged a mobile home in the Town of Maine February 21.

The two alarm fire on East Maine Road was reported shortly before 4 p.m.

While the official cause has not been determined, residents said they were trying to thaw frozen pipes with a hair dryer before the fire broke out

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Category: Articles, Local News

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