Kathy joins Morning Show Host Roger Neel beginning at 5:30am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. A graduate of Elmira College, Kathy worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. A long-time News Director with WAAL she also is part of that station's Morning Team. Kathy and her husband Randy are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep them quite busy.
First Storm of the Season Snarls Traffic and Interrupts School Plans
The National Weather Service cautions snow could continue to coat area roadways through the morning hours of November 16.
Winter Storm Warnings Replace Watches for Twin Tiers
As of 4 a.m. November 15 the National Weather Service had upgraded earlier watches and advisories to full –scale warnings.
Written Decision Expected in B.U. Murder Case
A written decision may come November 14 in Broome County Court for a Binghamton University student accused of stabbing another student, killing him last April.
Winter Weather Watch For Tioga, Cortland and Bradford Counties
There could be a potential for more slippery driving over the next few days, accelerating area motorists’ recollection of their winter driving skills.
Woman Accused of Stealing from Alzheimer’s Patient
A woman who regularly helped a man suffering from Alzheimer’s disease run errands is accused of stealing money from him.
Hateful Symbols Found Painted on Binghamton High School
City of Binghamton Police are investigating the discovery of swastikas painted on a window and sidewalk at the Binghamton High School November 6.
Wooden Ramp Collapses at Town of Chenango Non-Profit
Officials are investigating the collapse of a wooden ramp to a Town of Chenango clothing bank that left two people with minor injuries.
Minor Flooding Issues Possible for the Weekend
Officials say no major flooding is expected but the National Weather Service in Binghamton says periods of rain are expected starting November 1.
Broome/Tioga Get $1 For Cancer Prevention
Broome and Tioga Counties will be using $1.125 million for cancer prevention initiatives.
Get Ready for Winter Parking Rules in the Southern Tier
Alternate side of the street parking rules set to start in some municipalities. But that may be delayed depending on local governments.
Free, Fun, Safe Halloween Activities Abound
More and more free, safe Halloween events are added for children and adults in Broome County.
Stalled Front Could Soak Twin Tiers and Cause Minor Flooding
Officials are keeping an eye on streams in areas that are prone to flooding as more rain is soaking already saturated ground for a few days.
Another Case of West Nile Virus Reported in Southern Tier
Another case of West Nile Virus is being reported in the Southern Tier.
Binghamton City Council Okays $95 Million Budget
City Council has unanimously approved Mayor Richard David’s proposed $35.2 million tax budget, with City spending of close to $95 million.