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Free Speech
Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo’s name is on a bill that would expand freedom of speech rights for high school and college journalists.
Distracted Driving Crash
Pennsylvania State Police say a Bradford County woman is believed to have suffered serious injuries when she crashed into a tree after becoming distracted while driving.
Zoo Welcomes MVP
Officials at Binghamton's Ross Park Zoo say their latest addition to the Morgan Road family is already the MVP (Most Valuable Porcupine).
Duties Added
Whitney Point’s Mayor is being tapped to serve on the Community Revitalization Policy Committee of the New York State Conference of Mayors.
No Love
State Police and the Department of Transportation in Northeastern Pennsylvania report dozens of crashes that closed all the interstates in the region for hours on Valentine’s Day
Golf Center Burns
Broome County Emergency Services officials report no injuries after fire destroyed a popular golf center in the Town of Union.
School Shooting Reaction
In a posting on their Facebook page, Endicott Police say they plan to have a visible presence at all schools in the Village to reassure students arriving for class.
Attempted Robbery Investigated
The investigation is continuing into a report of an attempted robbery at around 4:10 p.m. February 13 at the JCPenny store in the Town of Cortlandville that has landed a Dryden man in Jail.
Family Planning of South Central New York on Close Up
Family Planning of South Central New York Chief Executive Officer, Debra Marcus talks about a wide variety of services on the February 17 edition of the weekly, local public affairs program: Southern Tier Close Up.
Odd Checks
Cortland County Sheriff’s Deputies say two Cortland men are being charged in connection with an attempted fraud at the Chemung Canal Trust branch in Cortlandville.
Positive News
The Greater Binghamton area is showing signs of economic progress.
Binghamton Robbery Reported
City of Binghamton Police have few details available concerning a reported robbery February 13 on the North Side.
Icy Valentine's Day
Authorities are reporting very icy conditions in parts of Pennsylvania, including Susquehanna and Wayne Counties for Valentine's Day.
Crappie Derby a "Go"
Thousands of people are expected to brave snow and ice to enjoy an almost annual competition and family event February 17.
Officiers Cleared
Vestal Police Officers are cleared of any questionable practices in connection with the October 31th, 2011 apprehension of a shoplifting suspect.
Food Fight
Broome County officials indicate they are not beyond terminating a contract with Aramark Corporation which provides meal services.
Fire Victims Identified
New York State Police are now releasing the names of the children killed and the man injured in an apartment house fire in Delaware County early February 9.
Court Collection Scam Warning
Someone claiming to be from the Civil Processing Division tells the would-be victim they owe a court-ordered civil fee and must settle with a prepaid Visa card from a local drug store to avoid further court action.
Deposit Man Returns
A Deposit man is facing charges following two disputes reported to New York State Police in one day.