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Binghamton Police Chief on Administrative Leave

Binghamton Mayor Richard David has announced he has placed city Police Chief Joseph Zikuski on paid administrative leave until further notice.

The action follows a discrimination complaint filed by police officer Kristi Sager with the state Division of Human Rights

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Police: Tioga Man Lied About Truck Being Stolen

A Tioga County man has been accused of concocting a story about a vehicle theft.

Authorities say 37-year-old Arthur Schermerhorn of Berkshire was charged with falsely reporting an incident.

According to the Tioga County Sheriff's Office, Schermerhorn falsely reported his truck had been stolen

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Body in Otsego County Creek Identified

The Authorities say the body found March 19 in a northern Otsego County creek is that of a Schoharie County woman.

The Otsego County Sheriff’s Office says authorities received several 911 calls from people who spotted the body in the creek at the intersection of Buel Road and Ray Mower Road in Cherry Valley

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Fatal Crash Investigation in Spencer

New York State Police are investigating a two-vehicle crash in Tioga County that claimed the life of a high school senior from Niagara County.Investigators say 18 year old Michael Dmochowski of Lockport was driving south on Route 96 in Spencer near the intersection of Fisher Settlement Road at around 9:30 p

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Owego’s St. Patrick School to Close

Efforts to keep a 150 year-old Catholic School open in Owego have come up short and its doors will close come June.
The Rochester Diocese sent out letters to parents March 20 informing them of the closure of St

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Castle Creek Woman Injured in I-88 Rollover

Broome County Sheriff's Officials say a woman from Castle Creek was injured when her sport utility vehicle flipped on Interstate 88 around 11:30 a.m. March 20 in the Town of Colesville.

Police say Michelle Heath was traveling east on I-88 when she lost control of her vehicle which left the roadway and flipped several times

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Brian Chase
Brian Chase

7 Charged With Using Medicaid to Pay for Forged Prescriptions

Seven Broome County residents have been arrested and charged with presenting forged prescriptions and using Medicaid funds to pay for them.

The Broome County Security Division Case Integrity Unit and the New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General announced the arrests March 20

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Binghamton Police Department
Binghamton Police Department

Armed Robbery at Binghamton Convenience Store

Police are investigating the reported early-morning armed robbery of a convenience store on Binghamton's North Side on March 20.

Authorities say police responded to the Xtra Mart at 520 Chenango Street at about 5:05 a

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Constitution Pipeline Can Go Through Susquehanna Co.

A Federal judge says the Constitution Pipeline can be developed through northern Pennsylvania even though some Susquehanna County landowners did not agree to access to their properties.

U.S. District Judge Malachy Mannion has ruled that the Constitution Pipeline had all the necessary permits from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the project serves the public interest

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Ice Jams Could Pose Problems in Twin Tiers

Emergency management officials and weather forecasters are keeping an eye on rivers in the Binghamton area as ice conditions change with rising and falling temperatures.

The National Weather Service has been advising residents to be aware of the possibility of isolated ice jam flooding because of melting snow and fluctuating temperatures

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