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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Bronx Murder Suspect Arrested in Johnson City

A Bronx man wanted by the New York City Police for allegedly shooting and killing a 14 year old boy in May has been turned over to NYPD detectives after being apprehended in Johnson City June 13.

Village Police say they were informed of the possibility that Travis Bloch was in the area

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Binghamton Mayor’s Girlfriend Cleared, Mayor Still Sued

Legal actions against Binghamton Mayor Richard David’s girlfriend in an alleged assault case at a downtown bar early New Year’s Day has been dismissed.

The actions against Ericka Aminalee brought by Daisy Dawson were dismissed after Aminalee’s lawyer argued his client had not been properly served with papers indicating she would be part of the case

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

May 28 Fenton Crash Becomes Fatality

One of the drivers in a head-on crash May 28 on Route 79 in the Town of Fenton has passed away.

Family members say Charles Furman of Binghamton died last week at Wilson Hospital.

Furman was driving east shortly before 9 p

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Cuyler Man Surrenders After Barricaded in His Home

A Cortland County man is in custody after barricading himself in his home, sneaking out in the middle of the night June 8 to evade capture before eventually turning himself in to New York State Police

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WNBF News Photo

Major League Umpires Help Make-A-Wish

There are many stories about professional athletes giving back to communities. Some have formed their own charitable foundations.  Did you know that umpires are often just as involved ?

The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central NY held their benefit golf tournament June 8 at Traditions at the Glen in Johnson City

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Downtown Binghamton Parking Study Planned

A comprehensive study on downtown Binghamton parking issues is about to get underway.

Mayor Richard David said the city hopes to hear from residents, business operators and people who visit downtown to help develop parking policies

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David Sweat and Richard Matt (New York State Police via Getty Images)
David Sweat and Richard Matt (New York State Police via Getty Images)

State Police Search Farms For Escaped Killers

Law enforcement officers were looking for signs of two Clinton Correctional Facility escapees in farms and fields about 40 miles south of the prison.

State police were being assisted by other agencies Tuesday afternoon in Willsboro in Essex County after two suspicious people reportedly were seen in the area

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Downtown Binghamton Hotel to Reopen

Binghamton's Grand Royale Hotel is expected to resume operations this summer.

A group of investors from India is partnering with the Watertown dentist who owns the property to reopen the hotel and its restaurant

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo

United Way Day of Caring Preparations Begin

The United Way of Broome County is signing up organizations and volunteers to participate during this year’s Day of Caring on September 11.

Last year, 850 volunteers participated, logging in 3,400 hours that would be worth $89,930 as calculated using the New York State hourly volunteer value as determined by Independent Sector

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Binghamton University provided photo

Duane Skrabalak Remembered in Binghamton

The life of the former artistic director of the Tri Cities Opera is being celebrated through music June 14 at Saint Thomas Aquinas Church.

Duane Skrabalak passed away last year but has left an indelible mark on the  Binghamton arts community

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