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Major Snow Moves North

The storm that brought as much as 12 inches of snow to this area has moved to the north and east.  Heavy snow began to fall in the late morning yesterday and finally tapered off by late evening.  Higher elevations seemed to get heavier accumulations

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Niagara Tops Bearcats in Early Holiday Game

In an afternoon game at the Events Center the Niagara Purple Eagles downed the Binghamton Bearcats in women's basketball 63-52.  With the win Niagara gets its first victory of the season.  They are now 1-3

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Winter Storm Warning Continues

In Broome and Tioga counties, roads are slushy and snow covered.  Numerous crashes and fender benders have been reported all around the region overnight going into Thanksgiving morning.

In addition to snow continuing to fall into the morning, the situation is further compounded with Thanksgiving holiday traffic

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Facebook/Brad Ashbaugh

Broome County Dog Found After 20 Months

Hunter, a Labrador Retriever who had been missing since March of last year, is spending Thanksgiving back home with his family in Broome County.

The ten-year-old yellow lab, along with his brother, a black lab named Max, managed to slip out of a fenced yard in Chenango Forks

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Endicott Intersection Safety Improvements Delayed

Improvement projects at two busy intersections in the village of Endicott won't be finished before winter.

Traffic and pedestrian signals, along with new sidewalks and curbing, are being installed near the Huron campus, where hundreds of people work for BAE Systems and other companies

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Two Arrested in Binghamton Bank Robbery (Update)

Two women are being held in connection with a daylight bank robbery of a downtown Binghamton bank.

20 year olds Quinnai Simmons, of Mount Vernonr, New York whom police identify as a SUNY Broome Community College Student and Ashley Texidor were picked up hours after a First Niagara Bank branch office at the corner of Court and State Streets in downtown Binghamton was held up shortly before 10:30 in the morning

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Faith Leaders Protest New York Legislative Pay Raise Proposal

Pastors, nuns and other church leaders say New York State lawmakers should be raising the minimum wage before they take up a proposal to give their own wages a bump.

A demonstration was held in Albany November 25 where leaders said too many New Yorkers are struggling to survive on the current $8 an hour

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Thanksgiving Holiday Gift for the Twin Tiers: Snow

The Twin Tiers are bracing for winter weather with the New York State Department of Transportation advising motorists by electronic message boards on the highway to avoid traveling.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Broome, Tioga, Chenango, Otsego and Bradford Counties until 6 Thanksgiving morning with 4 to 8 inches of snow possible and a Winter Storm Warning for Delaware and Sullivan Counties until 6 Thanksgiving morning with up to 12 inches of snow possible

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What Are Facebook’s New Privacy Basics and How Do They Affect You?

Facebook is coming out with changes and updates to their privacy policies effective January 1, 2015. What does this mean for Facebook users?

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The Best Games This Season & Other Things About NFL Week 13

Forget about turkey; several tasty football games are the best items on the menu during the long Thanksgiving weekend. Here are the storylines we’ll be following in Week 13:

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