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Binghamton Man Arrested at Conklin Apartment Complex

A Binghamton man is charged with felony burglary after New York State Police responded to a report about a suspicious man in the lobby of an apartment complex on Conklin Road in Conklin at 8:07 a.m

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Whooping Cough Confirmed at Union Endicott School

The Union Endicott School District is informing residents through its weekly newsletter and direct correspondence that there has been a case of Pertussis, or whooping cough confirmed at the Jennie F

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Mayor Says Binghamton is Strong

The City of Binghamton is strong and getting stronger.  Binghamton Mayor Richard David has delivered his second State of the City Address and told Council and residents that he is pleased with the progress that has been made over the past year in improving public safety, infrastructure and job opportunities and plans to build on the momentum

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

MacArthur School Site Busy Even on Cold Days

The brutal winter weather has not had a major impact on construction work at the MacArthur Elementary School site on Binghamton's South Side.

As many as 100 people are busy on the $80 million project throughout the week

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Application Record Set at Binghamton University

The number of freshman applications for the upcoming fall semester at Binghamton University has set a record.

School officials say Binghamton has received 30,168 freshman applications. The previous record was 29,450 in 2013

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Johnson City Police Will Keep Better Track of Evidence

Johnson City Police officials say, in reality, only two pipes are unaccounted for from the police evidence room.

Johnson City was one of several police agencies cited for mishandling evidence in an audit by the New York State Comptroller’s office

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

Twin Tiers Cold, Feb. 19 National Weather Service Update

The National Weather Service has issued  Wind Chill Advisory  to 7 p.m. February 19 and a Wind Chill Watch for 7 p.m. February 19 to 10 a.m. February 20.

Wind chill readings could be dropping to between -10 and -20 and remaining at those levels through February 19

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WNBF News/Roger Neel File Photo

2015 Heart Walk Set For Sunday April 12

The 2015 Southern Tier Heart Walk will be held on Sunday, April 12 on campus at SUNY Broome Community College.  SUNY Broome is a new location as the site moves from Binghamton University.  The fundraising goal set is $250,000.

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Chris Schmidt Photo

Union-Endicott Honors New Hall of Fame Inductees

Union-Endicott High School's Athletic Hall of Fame added two new members February 13t in a ceremony at halftime of the Tigers' girls home basketball game with Horseheads. 

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This May Become Binghamton’s Coldest Month

There appears to be a good chance this month will wind up as the coldest month ever recorded by the Binghamton National Weather Service office.

David Nicosia, the office's warning coordination meteorologist, said forecasters have been discussing the possibility that this February will wind up in the record books

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