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State Trooper Rescues Motorists from Submerged Vehicles
Several drivers were stranded when their cars were disabled by fast-rising water during a thunderstorm in Utica.
Funeral Arrangements Announced for WNBF’s Bill Parker
A funeral Mass for veteran broadcaster Bill Parker is to be held in Binghamton.
Storms Knock Out Power for Nearly 16,000 NYSEG Customers
Thousands of NYSEG customers in Broome and Tioga counties lost electric service in the aftermath of strong thunderstorms that brought heavy rain and gusty winds to the region.
Whitney Point Mom, Son Arrested in Stolen Vehicle Saga
A Broome County woman and her son have been charged with resisting arrest after they allegedly tried to flee sheriff's deputies in a sport utility vehicle that had been reported stolen.
VIDEO: Behind the Scenes with Bill Parker at WNBF Radio
As his legions of fans share some of their favorite memories of him on Binghamton radio and television, we're pleased to show you a bit of Bill Parker you may not have seen before.
Woman Arrested After Rollover Crash in Apalachin
Police say a driver faces charges following a one-car crash in Tioga County.
Repair Project Planned at Johnson City Public Library
The village of Johnson City is making preparations for repair work at Your Home Public Library.
Binghamton House Where Deadly Blaze Occurred Condemned
A First Ward building where a woman was found dead after a fire has been condemned by Binghamton code enforcement officials.
WATCH: Broadcaster Bill Parker Tells His Story
Bill Parker, the man who was a familiar personality to Binghamton radio and TV audiences for decades, has died.
Old Binghamton Ansco Camera Plant Springs Back to Life
People now are living in a building on Binghamton's West Side where cigars and cameras had been manufactured decades ago.