Kathy joins Morning Show Host Roger Neel beginning at 5:30am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. A graduate of Elmira College, Kathy worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. A long-time News Director with WAAL she also is part of that station's Morning Team. Kathy and her husband Randy are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep them quite busy.
Ivanka Trump Talks White House Policy in Cortland County
White House Advisor, Ivanka Trump is reportedly scheduled to take part in a business roundtable discussion at the Suit-Kote Corporation in Preble July 9.
Binghamton Woman Accused of DWI on July 4
New York State Police accuse a Binghamton woman of driving drunk after she drove off Hawleyton Road in the Town of Binghamton and hit a guardrail.
Walton Motorcyclist Charged Following Crash in Hamden
Delaware County Sheriff’s officials say a Walton man is accused of driving drunk when he crashed late June 29 in the Town of Hamden.
Binghamton Police Hold Open House for Prospective New Recruits
In their search for new recruits, the Binghamton Police Department is holding an open house.
Couple Arrested in Tent Pitched in Endwell Graveyard
An Endicott couple is being charged with trespass after they apparently found a really quiet place to camp on the 4th of July.
Broome Transit Bus Crashes on Riverside Drive
No serious injuries are reported following a crash involving a BC Transit bus and a pickup truck on Riverside Drive July 5.
Former Wayne Highlands Teacher Heads to Jail for Up-Skirt Photos
A former Spanish teacher in the Wayne Highlands School Districtis going to prison for taking lewd pictures of some female students.
Foodie Friday Fast Eastern Shore Seafood Dip
A simple seafood dip with a taste of the Eastern Shore this Foodie Friday is great on short notice when company just shows up.
NYSEG Takes Another Look at Power Line Plans in Southern Tier
It appears New York State Electric and Gas may be backing away from plans to develop a big power line that would cut through parts of the Southern Tier.
Deputy Tarsia Remembered 16 Years After His Murder
Area law enforcement officers, family and members of the community are remembering the death of a Broome County Sheriff’s Deputy 16 years ago.