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NYSEG Explores New Damage Assessment Possibility

New York State Electric and Gas is teaming with Lockheed Martin locally to test some new video imaging from the air that could help in fixing storm damage to NYSEG systems in the future.

NYSEG says an assessment will be done into the idea of utilizing a low-flying helicopter, using video imaging, to collect information on damage to electricity delivery systems following storms

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Drugs Tagged as Possible Binghamton Shooting Motive

A dispute over a past drug debt is believed to be the motive for a shooting incident at the end of last month in the City of Binghamton.

City Police July 10 arrested 21 year old Joel Valdes-Pica and charged him with criminal possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment for the incident on Tremont Avenueat around 12:30 a

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

The Chef at a New Waverly Restaurant is Severely Burned

The baker and chef at a new restaurant in Waverly is hospitalized with serious burns shortly after the Sisters Family Restaurant opened July 9.

Jamie Miccio of Gillet was preparing to open the restaurant early July 13 when an aerosol can near the grill exploded as the grill was preheating

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Binghamton Intruders Enter Through Unlocked Door & Window

Police in the City of Binghamton are again urging residents to lock their doors and windows following three reported incidents within minutes of each other July 9.

Officials say at 5 a.m. a resident on Matthews Street woke up to find three people, dressed in black, armed with a crow bar and baseball bat in his bedroom

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Photo by Kathy Whyte

Two Gas Lawsuits Are Dismissed

Another legal challenge to the delay in a decision on whether natural gas drilling should be allowed in New York State is sunk.

A State Judge has dismissed two lawsuits filed by the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York and the trustee of the estate of Norse Energy, which went bankrupt during the on-going moratorium

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