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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Pennsylvania State Troopers Cleared of Excessive Force

Troopers accused of excessive force in the arrest of a Vestal man, whose mug shot shows him with serious injuries to his face, have been cleared.

Robert Leone said he was brutally beaten by five Pennsylvania State Police officers following a low-speed chase in Bradford County in March of 2010

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News file photo

Sen. Libous’ Son Sentenced to Jail Time

New York State Senator Thomas Libous’ son, Matthew, will be spending six months in jail for tax fraud charges.

The younger Libous was sentenced in Federal Court in White Plains May 18 after the 37 year old was found guilty of failing to pay all due taxes from 2007 to 2009 and not repaying all the money after he was convicted in January

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Salmonella Concern Prompts Dog Food Recall

Federal regulators have announced the recall of thousands of pounds of dog food because it may be contaminated with salmonella.

The dog food affected was sold by OC Raw Dog of California in Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Missouri and Colorado

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Chenango County Deputy Remembered 67 Years After Death

A Chenango County Sheriff’s Deputy, who died in the line of duty in 1948 finally has a place on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington D.C.

Deputy Hiram Moore’s name was formally added during the 27th annual Candlelight Vigil May 13 after information obtained from numerous sources, including descendants and historical records, was submitted to the Officers’ Memorial Fund Names Committee last fall

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Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

Broome Sheriff Capt. Akshar Talks Scams in Close Up Encore

In a requested encore presentation of Southern Tier Close Up, Broome County Sheriff Captain Fred Akshar II, speaking on the May 16 edition of the weekly local public affairs program talks extensively at some of the most recent efforts by bad guys to try to part residents from their hard-earned cash

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Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

Pa. State Police Brutality Case in Court

Arguments are underway in federal court in a police brutality case involving a Vestal native.

36 year old Robert Leone accused Pennsylvania State Police in Towanda of punching, kicking and stomping on him following a fender-bender on Route 6 in Bradford County

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Newfield Couple Dies in Head-On Crash

A Tompkins County woman and her fiancé are dead following a head-on crash on State Route 13, also known as Elmira Road, in Newfield.

31 year old Tracey Snyder of Newfield was driving a car that bumped the front of one car and side-swiped a pickup truck before hitting another vehicle driven by 53 year old Sharon Darlow of Ithaca head-on shortly before 4 p

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Thousands to Receive Degrees at Binghamton University

Binghamton University students will be awarded degrees in commencement ceremonies starting May 15 on the Vestal campus.

University officials say more than 3,400 degrees will be conferred during ceremonies to be held at the Events Center

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Police: Driver Clocked at 107 mph Before Crash

Authorities say a motorcycle operator who sped past a state trooper at more than 100 miles per hour died after he failed to stop and struck a guide rail in Steuben County.

According to state police, 27-year-old Albert Ventry of Niagara Falls was thrown from the motorcycle after it went off Interstate 86 in the town of Erwin May 11

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Missing Cat Found in Fire-Wrecked Binghamton Building

A pet belonging to a man displaced by a two-alarm fire on Binghamton's West Side has emerged from the heavily-damaged structure days after the blaze.

The man's cat had not been seen since the fast-moving fire erupted in the apartment building at 1 Mather Street early May 9

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