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UPDATE: Arrest Made in Tioga County Fatal Hit and Run

New York State Police have arrested the driver of a Sport Utility Vehicle believed to have hit a jogger at around 6:30 a.m. July 26, killing him that then left the scene.

Officials say 41 year old Daniel Manwarring was killed as he and his wife, 43 year old Karen Manwarring, were running on West Whitcomb Hill Road in the Town of Tioga

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

A Broome County Woman is Accused of Burglary in Candor

An Endicott woman is facing felony charges in connection with a reported burglary at a Tioga County convenience store and gas station.

Tioga County Sheriff’s officials say 22 year old Jamie Kubrak was arrested July 23 and charged with burglary, grand larceny and criminal mischief

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Grandparent Phone Scam is Spreading

City of Binghamton Police are advising residents to make sure any older family members are aware of an increasing in the scam where a caller claims to be a relative in some sort of trouble and in need of money

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Police Look for SUV in a Tioga Center Fatal Hit And Run

New York State Police are looking for the driver of a small sport utility vehicle that hit and killed a pedestrian in Tioga Center early July 26.

Area law enforcement agencies have been advised to look for a small, dark blue SUV with windshield damage and a small triangular driver’s side window caved in

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BCC Expansion is Delayed by a Clerical Mistake in Albany

Plans to breathe new life into the former main library in Downtown Binghamton are on delay due to a mistake in Albany.

SUNY Broome Community College had been approved for $5 million from the state to convert the Carnegie Library on Exchange Street into classroom space, expanding the BCC campus from the Town of Dickinson into Downtown Binghamton

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

A Cortland County man is accused of illegally taking a woman’s children from her home during a domestic dispute.

Sheriff’s officials say 41 year old Sheldon O’Neill was arrested following a brief struggle after returning to the woman’s home

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Stephen Dunn Photo/Getty Images

Baseball Hall of Fame Inductions Set For Sunday

The annual Baseball Hall of Fame Induction ceremonies are set for this weekend in Cooperstown.  The actual inductions take place on Sunday with the Hall adding six new standouts.  This year three inductees are being honored for their playing career and three are being honored for outstanding managerial careers

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Bridge Deemed Safe, Despite “Settling”

Motorists may have noticed some signs of movement in a precast concrete section under a recently-opened highway bridge in Binghamton.

Although it appears a portion of concrete arch superstructure above Chenango Street has slipped a few inches, a state Department of Transportation spokesman said there's no safety problem

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Lupardo Seeking Sixth Term In State Assembly

Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo has announced she's running for re-election to the position she's held for nearly a decade.

The Endwell Democrat made her campaign announcement Thursday evening at a gathering of supporters at a fundraising event in the town of Union

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Scott Olson/Getty Images

Kirkwood Restaurant Worker Accused Of Stealing

A Binghamton woman has been arrested for allegedly taking money from a cash register at a Wendy's restaurant in Kirkwood.

Authorities say 22-year-old Meghan DeVries was charged with petit larceny

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