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No Cameras in Cal Harris Courtroom

Bob Joseph/WNBF NewsThere will be no video or still pictures from the latest Calvin Harris murder trial.

A challenge of a Schoharie County Judge’s ruling that media coverage would be allowed only for opening statements, closing arguments and the verdict has been upheld by the New York State Court of Appeals that issued a stay on the coverage

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Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

Free Binghamton App is Launched

A new, free app will allow Binghamton residents to submit and track service requests through their smartphones.

Residents can include a photo and description of the issue.  Current service requests include graffiti removal, pothole repair, garbage collection, snow plowing, street light repair and traffic issues

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David McNew/Getty Images

Pounds of Pot Seized in Windsor

New York State Police say they found a large amount of marijuana as well as several weapons after searching the home of 42 year old Sean Carlin in the Town of Windsor.

Troopers say they seized about two pounds of processed marijuana, a small amount of concentrated cannabis marijuana wax, 23 marijuana plants, grow lights, a Ruger

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Franking Demonstrations Coincide with State Budget Message

Opponents to high-volume hydraulic fracture drilling for natural gas in New York State are applauding the decision by state officials to keep a ban on fracking in place indefinitely.

While the anti-frackers have been gathering at the annual state of the state address and other appearances by the governor for years to push for the ban, January 21 they traveled to Albany to hold a rally to thank the governor for the decision to prohibit the controversial drilling process

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Southern Tier Projects are Included in the New York Budget

New York State Assemblyman Clifford Crouch says he’s pleased that Governor Andrew Cuomo included $50 million in his budget proposal to support New York's agriculture industry.

The Bainbridge Republican says economic development funding will also greatly benefit the region

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [March 5, 2014]
Bob Joseph/WNBF News [March 5, 2014]

Cal Harris Murder Trial Begins in Schoharie County

The third trial for the Tioga County businessman accused of murdering his wife in 2001 is underway in Schoharie County Court.

53 year old Calvin Harris has had two previous convictions in the death of Michele Harris tossed out on appeal and the new trial was moved out of Tioga County as the defense argued it would be impossible to seat an impartial jury

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