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Binghamton Casino Bid Folds

Albany-area developer Jeffrey Hyman is telling New York State there will be no proposal filed by the deadline for a casino license for a site in the City of Binghamton.

Tioga Downs owner, Jeffrey Gural submitted an 800 page application days ahead of the July 6 deadline to expand the existing Town of Nichols Racino to include table games, a hotel and several family attractions

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Lisle Stolen Moped Found

Broome County Sheriff's officials say a Richford man is accused of possessing a moped that had been taken from a shed on Mount Hunger Road in Lisle sometime between June 3 and June 20.

27 year old William Courtney is charged with criminal possession of stolen property when Deputies say they found he had a stolen 1988 Yamaha Y-80 Moped in his possession and recovered the vehicle

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Broome SIU photo

Authorities Find Crack Cocaine in Johnson City

A search of a Broad Street, Johnson City home has turned up crack cocaine, drug packaging material, a digital scale and one suspect.

Members of the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force searched the residence of 28 year old Kalif Champaign July 1 and say they found 21 individually wrapped crack cocaine ‘rocks’ and the other items

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All Fireworks are Illegal in the Southern Tier

As the Fourth of July rapidly approaches, several law enforcement officials and fire agencies are telling area residents to leave the fireworks to the professionals.

The Delaware County Sheriff is among those sending out formal reminders telling residents in the Southern Tier that, while some counties in New York have approved use of sparklers and fountain fireworks, many other counties, including Delaware, Broome and Tioga have not, and fireworks are still illegal

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Binghamton Zoo’s Baby Animals on Southern Tier Close Up

The weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up gets all warm and fuzzy (and a little prickley) as Rachel Davenport of Binghamton's Ross Park Zoo talks about some new additions to the collection, including a baby porcupine that was born just a few weeks ago

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