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New Laws in Effect in New York State

Several new laws are now in effect in New York State.  There is a new tax credit for businesses hiring military veterans.

There is a new Homeless Veteran Assistance Fund.

Corporate tax reforms are being phased in, estimated to save businesses over 200 million dollars this year and over 500 million dollars a year by 2019

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

One Injured in Susquehanna County Crash

A Smyrna, Georgia man is being treated for what are described as moderate injuries following a crash on Interstate 81 in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.

State Police say 24 year old Cody Day was hurt when he hit the rear of one of three vehicles that were stopped on the highway due to multiple crashes resulting from snow and ice in Lenox Township at 12:08 a

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Johnson City Police Look For Two Convicted Sex Offenders

Village of Johnson City Police are looking for two men whom they say failed to update their residence information with authorities as registered sex offenders.

Police say 33 year old Joel Rought and 63 year old James Howey are to be charged with failure to comply with the New York State Sex Offender Registration Act

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

North Carolina Man Dies in Susquehanna County Crash

A North Carolina man is dead following a crash involving two tractor trailers, a large diesel truck and a sport utility vehicle in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.

State Police say a Dodge Durango driven by 27 year old Andrew Stevens of Camp LeJune, a tractor trailer driven by Erick Heffner of Towanda and a tractor trailer driven by Bradley Powers of Montrose were all stopped at the intersection of State Route 3004 and State Route 29 in Springville Township at 4:22 p

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Fire Tears Through Southside Binghamton Family Dollar

Officials will be looking into the cause of a two alarm fire on the South Side of the City of Binghamton that was reported in a commercial plaza at around 12 a.m. January 3.

Fire crews spent close to five and a half hours after fire tore through the Family Dollar Store on Vestal Avenue, heavily damaging that store and causing smoke damage to the Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy and smoke and water damage to Domino’s Pizza and Manni’s Donuts

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WNBF News/ Roger Neel Photo

Barbara Fiala is Among Several Leaving Cuomo’s Administration

Andrew Cuomo is starting his second term as New York Governor with several vacancies in his administration to fill.

The New York State Thruway Authority Executive Director, Thomas Madison and the Chief Financial Officer, John Bryan have both resigned and former Broome County Executive, Barbara Fiala has retired as the Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner after serving three years in the appointed position

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