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Construction Workers in Johnson City Blocked Alleged Metal Thieves

Kathy Whyte/ WNBF NewsTwo Broome men are accused of trying to steal three large, heavy pieces of metal from a construction yard off exit 71S on Route 17 in Johnson City.

New York State Police say 63 year old John Facik of Johnson City and 50 year old Orvie Harvey of Windsor were seen by construction workers January 23 loading the metal into a truck and trailer

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Suspected Medievals Gang Member Sentenced For Drug Dealing

An alleged Binghamton gang member will be spending two decades in federal prison for drug trafficking following sentencing in federal court.

Prosecutors accused 37 year old Brian Hime of Binghamton of being a member of the Medievals gang and dealing cocaine and heroin in the region

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Lockheed May Work on New Presidential Helicopter Program

Hundreds of jobs could be more secure in the region with the announcement of $400,000 million in federal funding for Lockheed Martin.

The funding is for two contracts for a fleet of combat rescue and presidential helicopters to be developed by Sikorsky Aircraft and Lockheed Martin

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