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Bob Joseph hosts Binghamton Now weekday mornings from nine to noon.

Binghamton Now is the area’s only local call-in talk show.  Bob interviews newsmakers to find out more about the top stories of the day. Hee also takes your calls and emails.

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Tioga Terror: Police Raid Home, Find Nothing

A town of Owego couple say no one's apologized to them after police took them into custody and conducted a futile nighttime search for drugs and guns at their home

Steven and Cindy Dunlap say they no longer feel safe in their home since the events of February 11

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Photo illustration by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Mayor: “Good Chance” for Binghamton Casino Bid

Binghamton Mayor Richard David says he believes "there's a good chance" an application for a casino license will be submitted to the state.

New York's Gaming Commission has issued a request for casino license applications from the Southern Tier.

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Category: Business, Local News, News
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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Mayor Discusses Police Chief Decision

Mayor Richard David spoke about the status of Binghamton Police Chief Joseph Zikuski after Officer Kristi Sager filed a discrimination complaint with the state Division of Human Rights.

David was interviewed Tuesday morning on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program following his announcement that he had placed Zikuski on paid administrative leave until further notice.

The mayor sa

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]

Binghamton Police Chief on Administrative Leave

Binghamton Mayor Richard David has announced he has placed city Police Chief Joseph Zikuski on paid administrative leave until further notice.

The action follows a discrimination complaint filed by police officer Kristi Sager with the state Division of Human Rights

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Police: Tioga Man Lied About Truck Being Stolen

A Tioga County man has been accused of concocting a story about a vehicle theft.

Authorities say 37-year-old Arthur Schermerhorn of Berkshire was charged with falsely reporting an incident.

According to the Tioga County Sheriff's Office, Schermerhorn falsely reported his truck had been stolen

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Binghamton Police Department
Binghamton Police Department

Armed Robbery at Binghamton Convenience Store

Police are investigating the reported early-morning armed robbery of a convenience store on Binghamton's North Side on March 20.

Authorities say police responded to the Xtra Mart at 520 Chenango Street at about 5:05 a

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Police: Binghamton Man Robbed in Escort Scheme

Two people have been arrested after a man reported he was robbed in his downtown Binghamton apartment.

Authorities say 27-year-old Alex Comer and 26-year-old Melissa Depugh have been charged with robbery

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Ice Jams Could Pose Problems in Twin Tiers

Emergency management officials and weather forecasters are keeping an eye on rivers in the Binghamton area as ice conditions change with rising and falling temperatures.

The National Weather Service has been advising residents to be aware of the possibility of isolated ice jam flooding because of melting snow and fluctuating temperatures

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Scott Olson/Getty Images [file]

Police Seize Bombs, Grenades in Delaware County

Authorities say police found aerial bombs and grenades during a search of property in the town of Hancock.

According to the State Police-Deposit Bureau of Criminal Investigation, two aerial bombs, packs of fuse igniters and signal flares were seized from an estate property on Wednesday

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton Braces for the Start of Spring

After months of snow and record-cold temperatures, Twin Tiers residents are looking forward to the "official" end of winter. Spring will arrive March 20 at 6:45 p.m.

Heavy snow showers and gusty winds caused some travel problems for drivers in the Binghamton area March 19

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