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I've been working in radio since 2002. I started engineering baseball games for News Radio 1290 WNBF and as I've learned more about the industry, I have completely fallen in love with it. Currently, I am a reporter and Assistant Brand Manager for News Radio 1290 WNBF and ESPN 1360 WYOS. I am an avid runner and a rabid hockey fan! I love to read, be outdoors, and travel to amusement parks and the ocean. I also love spending time with my niece and nephew and trying not to corrupt them too much.
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Johnson City Police Arrest Murder Suspect

Johnson City Police Chief Joseph Zikuski announced today the arrest of a Johnson City man who is suspected of killing a man and shooting two others back in April.

Police have arrested 22-year-old Derrick Mann of Burbank Avenue in Johnson City for the shootings which occurred on April 20th on Grand Avenue in the Village

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Photo: New York State Department of Motor Vehicles
Photo: New York State Department of Motor Vehicles

New York Lawmaker Outraged Over License Deal

New York State Senator Mark Grisanti of Buffalo says he is outraged over the Department of Motor Vehicles awarding the contract to print driver's licenses to a Canadian company.

Grisanti says the Ottawa company's bid was $38 million higher than the lowest bid, which was offered by the British company that has been handling the work for more than a decade

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Will We Fall Off of the Fiscal Cliff? [POLL]

At the end of this year, America is set to plunge off of the so called "fiscal cliff."  Okay, so maybe it is not as dramatic as it sounds but nearly every American would be affected.

The "fiscal cliff" is merely the term for when the Budget Control Act of 2011 will go into effect

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Governor Corbett Announces State Investment in Rail Projects

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett announced today the state's plan to invest in 24 freight rail projects that will aim to improve rail access and provide needed repairs.

Governor Corbett says that an investment in these projects will "help ensure a solid infrastructure is in place to support the jobs relying on these services

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U.S. Attorney’s Office Closes Fine Investigation

The United States Attorney's Office today announced that the year-long investigation into alleged sexual misconduct by a former Syracuse University basketball coach is now closed.

Attorney Richard Hartunian says that there is not enough evidence to bring federal criminal charges against Bernie Fine who was the Associate Head Coach of the SU Basketball program

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