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Demolition Of Fire-Damaged Binghamton Building Delayed

Crews prepared to tear down the remains of a fire-ravaged Binghamton structure were sent home after waiting at the site for hours.

Mayor Richard David this morning announced that demolition of the former All Around Building Supplies complex on Brown Street would begin today

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Newark Valley Man Arrested Following Dispute

A Tioga County man faces several charges after a reported domestic dispute.

Authorities say 38-year-old Glenn Winn of Newark Valley was arrested following the incident on Bailey Hollow Road.

According to the Tioga County Sheriff's Office, Winn was charged with third-degree assault and four counts of endangering the welfare of a child

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Endicott Businesses are Urged to Take Burglary Precautions

In the wake of two restaurant burglaries and an attempted break-in in Endicott over the past few days, Village Police are advising businesses to take precautions to protect property.

Owners are reminded when they close for the night, leave some lights on so officers making checks can see inside, all windows should be clear, all money removed from cash drawers and the drawers left open, doors and windows are locked and that surveillance cameras and alarm systems are operating

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Libous: Pretrial Hearing Went Well

New York State Senator Thomas Libous is looking at more time in a courtroom following a pre-trial hearing September 4 in White Plains under allegations that he used his influence as a leader in the state senate to get his son a job with a downstate law firm, resulting in one federal count charging he lied to investigators

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Wall Falls At Fire-Wrecked Binghamton Building

Part of a wall on a building that was heavily-damaged in a June arson blaze has collapsed next to a Binghamton street.

People who live near the wrecked structure at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Brown Street had expressed concern about dangers posed by the site

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Two Men Charged In Endicott Larceny Cases

Endicott police say two men suspected of stealing items from vehicles were taken into custody with assistance from Broome County sheriff's deputies.

Investigators say 18-year-old Jeremiah Hazen of the town of Union and 18-year-old Matthew Gordon of Endicott were charged with petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Powell Sentenced To Life In Prison In Double Killing

40-year-old Aaron Powell has been sentenced to life in prison for his convictions in the deaths of his estranged wife and her friend.

Powell was sentenced this morning by Broome County Court Judge Joseph Cawley

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Endicott Restaurants Targeted by Burglars

Authorities are not saying if they believe two break-ins and an attempted break-in at Endicott restaurants recently are related.

Early on August 30, someone got into Antonio’s Galleria and Café on Oak Hill Avenue, trashed the place and took off with about $300

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New Binghamton Student/ Police Liaison on Southern Tier Close Up

A new program to coordinate information and protection for students living and studying in Downtown Binghamton is just getting underway.

The new police liaison officer, Dan Flanders and Binghamton University Police Chief, Timothy Faughnan appear on the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up, airing both September 6 and 13

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Grand Juror Arrested for Spilling Secrets

New York State Police and the Cortland Police Department say a Homer man is being charged for allegedly releasing secret information he learned while serving on a Cortland County Grand Jury.

23 year old Collin Horak is charged with felony unlawful grand jury disclosure and misdemeanor unlawful disclosure of an indictment

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