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Price Rite Announces Recall of Ground Cumin

Price Rite has recalled bottles of its store brand ground cumin because of an allergen concern.

The supermarket chain, which operates a store in Vestal, announced that Colonna Brothers initiated the recall because the spice was found to contain undeclared peanuts

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

The East Coast Braces for Nor’Easter

The Greater Binghamton area is expecting a possible two to three inches of snow from the Nor’Easter.

Delaware County however, is under a Winter Weather Advisory until the afternoon of January 27, with a potential for seven inches of snow and wind gusting up to 30 miles per hour

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Franking Demonstrations Coincide with State Budget Message

Opponents to high-volume hydraulic fracture drilling for natural gas in New York State are applauding the decision by state officials to keep a ban on fracking in place indefinitely.

While the anti-frackers have been gathering at the annual state of the state address and other appearances by the governor for years to push for the ban, January 21 they traveled to Albany to hold a rally to thank the governor for the decision to prohibit the controversial drilling process

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Wegmans Recalls Some Organic Ground Beef

Wegmans has announced a recall of some packages of organic ground beef.

The Rochester-based company says the meat may be contaminated with small strips of translucent, flexible plastic.

The items being recalled are small packs and family packs of "Wegmans 93% Lean Organic" ground beef

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Otsego County Deaths Linked to Tainted Heroin

Authorities in the Oneonta area have issued a warning about suspected tainted heroin.

According to "The Daily Star" of Oneonta, police believe two recent deaths may have been the result of heroin that is stronger than usual

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Constitution Pipeline Hearing in Binghamton

Regional residents have a chance to weigh in on the proposed construction of a natural gas transmission line through part of Broome County January 12.

The New York State Department of Conservation is holding the fist public hearing on the Constitution Pipeline permit requests at 6 p

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Assemblywoman Lupardo Outlines Priorities

The New York State Legislature is back in session and one local representative is outlining her list of priorities.

Democratic Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo of Endwell was sworn in to her sixth term January 7 and is calling for economic diversification to include further development of agriculture and niche markets

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More Flu Cases Confirmed In Broome County

The number of Binghamton-area residents diagnosed with the flu is rising.

Mari Yourdon of the Broome County Health Department says confirmed influenza cases started to increase around mid-December

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Plans for Binghamton 2015 Are in the Cards on Close Up

Binghamton Mayor Richard David, is the featured guest on the January 10th edition of the weekly local public affairs program, 'Southern Tier Close Up'.

The show is a very unusual public affairs interview as the Mayor and host, Kathy Whyte, play a little game of cards to identify and address issues facing Binghamton in 2015

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Landowners Say the Fracking Fight Isn’t Over

A group of property owners with a stake in natural gas exploration in New York State say they are not ruling out launching a lawsuit against state officials for banning hydraulic fracturing in the state indefinitely

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