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Tompkins County Man Charged Following ATV Crash

An Ithaca-area man faces charges after he and a three-year-old child were hurt when an all-terrain vehicle rolled over several times.

Authorities say 35-year-old Lindsey Bushey of Newfield was charged with endangering the welfare of a child

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Republicans Win Big Locally

Republicans were smiling widely at their headquarters at the Holiday Inn Arena after winning big in yesterday's elections.  Locally incumbent New York State Senator Thomas Libous defeated democratic challenger Andrea Starzak to retain his position

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Parking Project Sparks Controversy

Several members of a city commission are calling for an immediate halt to work on a project to add nearly a dozen parking spaces in downtown Binghamton.

Jeffrey Smith, the chairman of the Commission on Architecture and Urban Design, sent a letter to Mayor Richard David contending the work on Washington Street near the MetroCenter violates city law

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Man Accused Of Selling Marijuana To Tioga Student

A Tioga County man was sent to jail after state police accused him of selling marijuana to a high school student.

Authorities say 22-year-old Cole Duffek of Newark Valley was charged with felony criminal sale of marijuana

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Paving Begins At Binghamton Intersection Project

Paving work has started at a major Binghamton street reconstruction site.

Drivers have encountered detours and traffic delays at the intersection of Front and Clinton streets over the past four-and-a-half months

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New York Department of Environmental Conservation photo

Invasive Beetle is Found in Broome County

An invader has made its way to Broome County.

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation says it has found the Emerald Ash Borer Beetle in a trap southeast of Binghamton.

24 counties in New York State are now infected

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Broome Incumbents Fight Challenges: Election 2014

Voters head to the polls to decide a number of state and local races.

Most notable decisions are the race for New York Governor with incumbent Democrat Andrew Cuomo looking to retain his seat in a challenge by Republican Rob Astorino and two, third party candidates

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Food A Bago Helps CHOW Fight Hunger

Food A Bago is ready to help CHOW fight hunger.  The Food A Bago is presented by Tall Pines Farm Stoves and Fireplaces and is provided by Jim's RV. The Food A Bago is located at the Weis Market, 1290 Front St, Binghamton

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American Heart Association Celebrates National Eating Healthy Day Wednesday

The American Heart Association's National Eating Healthy Day is set for this Wednesday, November 5.  The Heart Association is reminding people to be aware of healthy eating to enable them to live a heart healthy lifestyle

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Binghamton Police Probe Simultaneous Home Invasions

Detectives are trying to find suspects in a pair of Binghamton home invasion incidents that happened at virtually the same time.

Some cash was reported taken in one of the episodes, which occurred late Thursday night on the city's South Side

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