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IOGA Urges Cuomo To Move Forward With Fracking Review

Members of the Independent Oil and Gas Association in New York State are urging Governor Andrew Cuomo to get off the dime when it comes to a review of hydraulic fracture drilling for natural gas in the state

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Abdelazim Returns to Binghamton City Hall

Tarik Abdelazim is working again for the administration of Binghamton mayor Matthew Ryan.

Abdelazim has returned to his former job of director of planning, housing and community development. He left the post spring as he prepared to run for Broome County executive

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Colleen McCabe Wins 11th District Broome Legislature Seat

Democrats have gained a seat on the Broome County legislature.

The final vote tally from the Broome County Board of Elections on Thursday showed Binghamton Democrat Colleen McCabe defeated Johnson City Republican Ron Heebner by a 52-vote margin

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Will We Fall Off of the Fiscal Cliff? [POLL]

At the end of this year, America is set to plunge off of the so called "fiscal cliff."  Okay, so maybe it is not as dramatic as it sounds but nearly every American would be affected.

The "fiscal cliff" is merely the term for when the Budget Control Act of 2011 will go into effect

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Broome Board of Elections Office Still Busy

Days after the polls have closed, there's still plenty of activity at the Broome County Board of Election office in downtown Binghamton.

Deputy election commissioner Karen Davis told WNBF News Friday afternoon that workers just finished unpacking the final bag from county polling places.

Davis estima

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Libous On Possible Democrat Takeover of Senate: “Lord, I Hope Not”

New York State Senator Thomas Libous was blunt when he spoke of the possibility that Democrats may regain control of the Senate in January: "Lord, I hope not."

Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program Thursday, Libous said he's more optimistic that Republicans will hold on to their majority.

The Binghamt

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2012 Local Election Results

Election Day 2012 is in the books.

Below you will find results from races that are of the most interest in our area.  Results from uncontested races are not shown.  100% of all machines have reported.  All results a

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“I Voted Stickers” On View Around Binghamton Area

Thousands of people in Broome, Tioga and surrounding counties headed to the polls today to cast their ballots for president and many local races.

Voters were greeted by sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 30s early this afternoon

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Busy Polling Places Across the Twin Tiers

Voting is underway across the Binghamton region. Polls opened in New York state at six this morning and the polls in Pennsylvania opened an hour later.

Twin Tiers polling sites reported a good turnout early in the day

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Broome Election Officials Want to Know About Voting Problems

Broome County board of election representatives say their employees have been working to ensure voting goes smoothly at all polling places. But if problems do crop up, they want to hear about them on election day so they are able to take action

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