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Johnson City Man Arrested Following Crash

A 56-year-old man was charged with driving while intoxicated after a rollover crash in Johnson City.

Authorities say Michael Farrell of Johnson City was injured when the vehicle he was driving went off Oakdale Road, traveled up an embankment and overturned

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Cause of Binghamton Store Fire Determined

Fire investigators have ruled a blaze at a business on Binghamton's South Side "accidental."

The fire that caused heavy damage to the Family Dollar store on Vestal Avenue was started as a result of an electrical outlet failure

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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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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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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Fire Damages an Endicott Home

Fire investigators are looking into the cause of a three-alarm blaze that damaged a home on South Duane Avenue in Endicott shortly before 5:30 p.m. January 5 and sent two residents to the hospital with minor injuries

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Cold Causes Problems in the Twin Tiers

Cold temperatures are already causing problems in the Twin Tiers.

Some burst pipes have been reported, flooding some basements.

A water main break snarled traffic on Hooper Road in Endwell  between Watson Boulevard and Country Club Road was being worked on around 5 p

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Jonathan Cohen Photo/Binghamton University Sports Information

Binghamton Bearcat Jasmine Sina Does It Again

Standout Binghamton University freshman point guard Jasmine Sina is this week's America East Rookie of the Week.  It is the second week in a row that she has earned the honor and the third time she has garnered the award,
Sina scored 19 points, picked-up three assists and snared five rebounds in the Bearcats' 65-64 win over UMass Lowell on Saturday

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Demolition Continues For Dickinson Hotel Project

Demolition work is underway for a 70-room hotel planned for the site of an old school in the town of Dickinson.

The Microtel project had been under discussion for years but a few issues that had caused delays were cleared up in recent months

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Dryden Teen Charged In Treatment Center Incident

A 16-year-old boy faces a felony count for allegedly activating a fire alarm at a Tompkins County adolescent treatment facility when there was no emergency.

Authorities say Steven Barksdale, who lives at the William George Agency in Dryden, was arrested on Sunday

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Broome Legislative Leader To Hold Office Hours

The Broome County legislature's minority leader says he plans to be available to meet with residents on a regular basis.

Jason Garnar, a Binghamton Democrat, expects to have open office hours on a weekly basis

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