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Two Arrested in Endicott Drug Raid

Police say two people were charged after cocaine and prescription drugs were found in an Endicott apartment.

Authorities say 30-year-old Krystle Roberts and 59-year-old David Singer were arrested Monday night

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Father and Son Charged in Binghamton Robbery

Binghamton police say a 16-year-old boy and his father are suspects in an armed robbery at a West Side convenience store.

Investigators say the two were spotted by a patrol officer walking near Oak Street and Gerard Avenue shortly after the reported heist at Laurel Mart

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Deadline Extended for Firefighter Association Tuition Reimbursement

The Firefighters Association of the State of New York is expanding the deadline for its tuition reimbursement program.

The new filing deadline is February 20.

New York college students who haven’t already achieved a college degree or have not taken 80 or more college credits, can apply to get up to 100% tuition reimbursement in exchange for maintaining good grades and fulfilling service requirements at one of New York’s volunteer fire companies

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Fire Damaged Vestal Ave. Business Reopens

A Southside Binghamton business that was damaged during a fire at a neighboring business on a Vestal Avenue plaza in January is welcoming customers again.

Bates Troy Quality Dry Cleaning was forced to temporarily close due to smoke and water damage sustained when the nearby Family Dollar store burned in the early morning hours of January 3

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Winter Driving Challenges Continue for Twin Tiers

Emergency Services officials throughout the region caution residents that there are still many snow-covered roads as crews continue to clear from snowfall courtesy of Winter Storm Marcus.

The National Weather Service recorded 3

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Binghamton University Embraces “The Rewrite”

The Marc Lawrence romantic comedy The Rewrite played to an enthusiastic crowd of nearly 1,200 in a special screening at Binghamton University.

The crowd was treated to an advance look at the latest project by Lawrence, who graduated from SUNY-Binghamton in 1981.

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Sen. Libous on Trial in July

New York State Senator Thomas Libous of Binghamton is to appear in Federal Court in White Plains July 13 to face one charge of making a false statement to the FBI.

The Republican is accused of lying to federal authorities when they asked if he used his political influence to land a job at a downstate law firm for his son

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Drugs Confiscated From Endwell Motel

Two Binghamton men are accused of having drugs at a room in an Endwell motel.

The Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force searched a room at the North Street Motor Lodge and recovered a loaded Cobra 280 handgun, 167 bags of heroin, unpackaged heroin in a foil container, a knotted plastic wrap containing powder cocaine, packaging material, a digital scale and $567 from suspected drug deals

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Photo: Matthew Hart
Photo: Matthew Hart

WNBF’s Homemade Cooking Challenge

Calling all culinary kings and queens of the Southern Tier! You've seen Kathy's recipes and now it's your turn! WNBF is giving you a chance to show off your chef skills with 'The Homemade Cooking Challenge'!

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Endicott Woman Accused of Cashing Fake Checks

Investigators say an Endicott woman faces four felony counts after she allegedly printed bogus payroll checks and cashed them at Visions Federal Credit Union.

Authorities say 48-year-old Katherine Wright of Jefferson Avenue was charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument

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