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Uber Sets Sights on Binghamton

The ride-sharing group, Urber, may be looking for drivers in Broome County soon.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Possible Shot Shatters Bus Window in Binghamton

Police are trying to determine whether someone fired a pellet gun or some other projectile at a BC Lift bus on Binghamton's West Side.

A window just behind the driver was shattered November 18 while the vehicle was parked behind the Wendy's restaurant at 170 Main Street...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Apalachin Fire Station to Be Demolished, Replaced

An aging Tioga County fire station is to be torn down within the next few months to make for a new building.

Voters in the Apalachin Fire District have approved a $2...

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Chicago Endures Third Day Of Heavy Snowfall
Scott Olson

A Year Ago, the Big Snow in Buffalo

The American Red Cross is urging all residents to remember “Snowvember 2014”, when parts of Western New York were buried in as much as eight feet of snow on November 18

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

LATEST: 9 Charged After Broome County Drug Raids

Nine suspects taken into custody in a series of lightning raids in Binghamton and Johnson City appeared in federal court for arraignment...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Arrests Follow Raids in Binghamton, Johnson City

Between 150 and 180 law enforcement officers conducted simultaneous raids at a dozen locations in Binghamton and Johnson City November 17...

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Police on Mather Street on Binghamton's West Side early Tuesday morning. (BOB JOSEPH/WNBF NEWS)
Police on Mather Street on Binghamton's West Side early Tuesday morning. (BOB JOSEPH/WNBF NEWS)

Police Conduct Raids in Binghamton, Johnson City

Investigators from several law enforcement agencies executed search warrants at several locations in Binghamton and Johnson City early November 17...

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BCC Student from Nigeria Admits Online Scamming

A former SUNY Broome Community College student from Nigeria is admitting he participated in a wire fraud scheme that sent thousands of dollars overseas

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9-Year-Old Boy Faces Sexual Harassment Charges for Love Note

It was 1986. I was six-years-old and he was five. His name was Billy and he was in love with me.

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Category: Articles, Children, News
REI Closing Its Doors On Black Friday - Invites Nation To OptOutside
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Which Stores Will Be Closed Thanksgiving Day?

I'm sure you've heard about the growing trend over the last few years where retail stores open their doors on Thanksgiving so bargain hunters can get an early start on Christmas shopping. But while lots of people might love the deals, lots more think that Thanksgiving is a day that should be spent with friends and family, not shopping.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Disabled Vehicle Leads to Jail in Tioga County

Vehicle trouble resulted in the arrest of a 33-year-old woman in the town of Barton.

Authorities say Connie Poarch of Waverly was ordered held in Tioga County Jail after deputies noticed her sitting in a disabled vehicle on West Talmadge Hill Road...

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Army Topples Bearcats

The Army West Point Black Knights opened up a 12 point lead at the half, withstood a brief Bearcat rally to begin the second half and went on to defeat Binghamton 75-60 at the Events Center on November 15...

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ThinkStock

Privacy Concerns for Apps

Pew Research has some interesting information for the 68% of Americans that own a smartphone. And with that, "an increasing number of digital interactions occur within the content of mobile apps."  You know how when you download an app and it asks for access to a variety of information?  You might want to rethink automatically clicking "yes" the next time you are in the Google Play Store.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News
Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Binghamton “I-86″ Sign Installed Prematurely

Drivers on the Southern Tier Expressway in Binghamton may have noticed an "Interstate 86" sign along the highway in recent weeks.

Although Route 17 is being upgraded to interstate status, the blue-and-red "I-86" marker just east of the town of Dickinson line shouldn't have been there...

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