What's going on?

Girls on Film
New York State Police are asking for help in tracking down two women caught on store security video apparently shoplifting $2,8847.32 worth of products.
Tractor Trailer Vs. Plow
The investigation is continuing into a collision between a tractor trailer and a snow plow at 6 a.m. January 17 in Cortland County.
Speedy Delivery
As cold weather grips much of New York this winter, state lawmakers are moving forward with a plan to expedite deliveries of propane.
Treatment Recruitment
Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare is recruiting employees for a substance use treatment center at the former Broome Development Center in the Town of Dickinson.
Chimney Fire at Brozzetti's
An iconic Johnson City pizzeria is expected to be back in business after a small fire in a roof-vent January 16.
Spending Plans
Governor Andrew Cuomo is proposing spending $168 billion in the upcoming fiscal year but did not give much of a list of details during his January 16 budget address in Albany.
Delayed by Snow
The National Weather Service continued the Weather Advisory for the much of the Twin Tiers and Central New York until 9 a.m.
Not Guilty
A former Corrections Officer is not guilty in an attempted murder case in Chenango County.
Rape Charges
An Otsego County man is charged with seven felony counts of rape, six felony counts of criminal sexual act and misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child.
Human Trafficking Fought
Several agencies, including PennDOT and officials have been taking time this week to raise awareness about human trafficking.
Permit Extension Sought
NYS Senator Fred Akshar and Broome County Sheriff David Harder are calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to extend the deadline for gun owners to re-certiify their pistol permits.
Robbery Details
Vestal Police are offering some more information about the armed robbery reported at K&K Old Teahouse on Bunn Hill Road on January 10.
Wintery Mix
The weather outlook for New York and Pennsylvania for the next couple of days offers a variety of concerns for residents and motorists.
On the Run
Broome County Sheriff David Harder announces his run for a 6th term.
Busted in Binghamton
A Binghamton man is accused of having cocaine, heroin and marijuana as well as suspected drug sale proceeds at his Saint John Avenue home.
Literally Open for Business
The FIVE South College Drive development center at SUNY Broome Community College is officially open.
Cause of Death Revealed
More information is coming out in connection with the sudden death of a Walton High School senior January 9.
Teacher Charged
Pennsylvania State Police say a teacher in a northeastern school district is accused of taking illicit photos of female high school students’ intimate body parts.
Ice Jam Flooding Possible
The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch beginning at 10 p.m. January 11 through 7 p.m. January 13 with ice jam flooding a possibility.