12 Years for Hitting Trooper
A Broome County man was handed a lengthy prison sentence after he hit a New York State Police trooper with a car in Binghamton.
University: Student's Death Due to "Natural Causes"
An autopsy has revealed that the unexpected death of a Binghamton University student was the result of natural causes.
Power Outages Reported Across Region
More than 3,000 New York State Electric and Gas customers were without electricity following a storm that brought heavy wet snow to the region.
Binghamton Housing Workshop
A workshop on fair housing laws will be held in Binghamton this week.
Another Sudden Student Death
For the second time in less than two weeks, authorities are investigating the sudden death of a Binghamton University student.
Brindisi: "Very Confident" of Victory
Anthony Brindisi says he believes he'll ultimately be declared the winner in a very tight race in New York's 22nd Congressional District.
Man Killed in Plane Crash
A western New York man was killed when a twin-engine plane crashed near the Cannonsville Reservoir.
What Happened to Gas Discounts?
Price Chopper customers have fewer places to redeem their fuel discounts now that Speedway has acquired Express Mart convenience stores in New York state.
Police Chief to Be Named Soon
The search process for a new police chief at Binghamton University is nearing an end.
Fixing a Binghamton Flood Wall
The crumbling flood wall protecting the First Ward neighborhood in Binghamton is getting some attention.
Binghamton YWCA Apologizes to Police
Binghamton's mayor has accepted an apology from the YWCA board of directors for accusations directed against city police after a September incident.
Green Roof Work Closes Court Street
Work to install a vegetative roof on a downtown Binghamton apartment building resulted in the closure of part of Court Street for a time.
JC Man Arrested After Dispute
Johnson City police say a village resident faces a felony charge following a physical domestic dispute.
Abandoned JC Buildings Coming Down
A pair of abandoned buildings near the Goodwill Theatre in Johnson City will be torn down.
Delaware County Murder-Suicide
Authorities say two Delaware County residents are dead in the aftermath of a murder-suicide.
Arrests in Swastika Graffiti Investigation
Police say two Binghamton residents are in custody in connection with the painting of swastikas at the city high school.
NY-22: Too Close to Call
Anthony Brindisi declared victory. Incumbent Claudia Tenney said the congressional race in New York's 22nd District is too close to call.
Binghamton Parking Garage Delayed
New steel tariffs could drive up the cost of a long-awaited parking facility to be built in downtown Binghamton.
Nirchi's Pizza Robber Sought
Police have released images of the man who robbed a Nirchi's Pizza restaurant in Endwell.
Armed Heist at Endwell Pizzeria
A man reportedly armed with an assault rifle was being sought in connection with a heist at a popular Town of Union pizzeria.