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.
Southern Tier Residents Meet to Talk About Flood Control
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is hosting a public meeting July 18 to talk about protecting the Southern Tier from future flooding.
Former Binghamton Mayor Announced Run for Broome Sheriff
Former City of Binghamton Mayor Matthew Ryan has filed his paperwork with the Broome County Board of Elections to run for Sheriff.
Ivanka Trump Talks White House Policy in Cortland County
White House Advisor, Ivanka Trump is reportedly scheduled to take part in a business roundtable discussion at the Suit-Kote Corporation in Preble July 9.
Deputy Tarsia Remembered 16 Years After His Murder
Area law enforcement officers, family and members of the community are remembering the death of a Broome County Sheriff’s Deputy 16 years ago.
Binghamton Waives Fees at City Pools for July 4 Week
People will be able to beat the heat and celebrate the Independence Day holiday with an extra bonus in Binghamton.
Truck Driver Gets 25 Tickets for Crash in Church Parking Lot
Delaware County Sheriff’s officials say they found a commercial vehicle with a long list of violations following a crash in the Town of Walton in May.
Man Accused of Animal Neglect Appears for Pre-Trial Hearing
A Binghamton man is turning down a chance of a lighter sentence for at least some of the animal abuse charges against him.
Historic Brackney Inn Burns Again
Officials are investigating the cause of a second fire within the last year at a Susquehanna County landmark.
Binghamton Woman Accused of DWI in House Crash
A Binghamton woman is accused of driving drunk when she drove over a lawn and hit a house in Johnson City.
Vestal Residents Vote on a New Location for Fire Station #4
Vestal residents are being asked if the Town should purchase the former American Legion Hall on Jensen Road for the site of a new Fire Station.
Playground Opens in Harpursville for Children of all Abilities
Children of all abilities will now be able to share in the fun at a new playground at the W.A. Olmstead Elementary School in Harpursville.
Binghamton to Get Million Dollar Housing Allocation
The Binghamton area is to get a little over $1 million in federal funding for affordable housing options for families, the elderly and people with disabilities.
Strange Twist in Wyalusing Homicide Report
A Central Pennsylvania reporter learns a person she interviewed concerning a body found in a creek is a suspect in the deceased woman’s death and her son.
Third Binghamton Church Break-In Reported
A third church in the city of Binghamton is the victim of a break-in.