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Two of the Most Dangerous Days of the Year Are on the Way

Two of the most dangerous days of the year are right around the corner and because I like you and don't want you to get hurt, or die, I'm giving you this heads up- so pay attention, okay?

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East Coast Digs Out After Record-Setting Blizzard
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Winter Parking Rules in Effect in Binghamton and Johnson City

Don't let snow lead to a ticket or a tow. If you live, work, or play in Binghamton, Johnson City, Endicott or Vestal, there are a few things you need to know about the 2015-2016 winter parking rules. 

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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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Antibiotics in Food

As of this writing, over 10,000 HAWK Facebook followers have looked at the Massive Beef Recall article I posted yesterday.  Since then, many people have commented on how they can safely consume beef and safety concerns on the foods they may be ordering out at area restaurants.

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Category: Food, Health, News, Safety
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TownSquare Media

Binghamton Travel Advisory

Another work week ahead and more construction projects to let you know about.  The New York State Department of Transportation today announced that construction work for the Prospect Mountain construction project will be performed and will require lane closures in the City of Binghamton and the Town of Dickinson.

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Category: Local News, News, Safety, Travel
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Traci Taylor

American Red Cross Offers Free Smoke Alarms

According to the American Red Cross, home fires kill an average of seven people every day and every 40 minutes, an injury from a home fire is reported.

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Traci Taylor
Traci Taylor

FDA Warns Against Wearing Halloween Themed Contact Lenses

We’ve all seen them- those incredibly creepy yet very cool looking contact lenses that make a person’s eyes look extra spooky.  Thinking of putting in a pair this Halloween?  You might want to reconsider.

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Traci Taylor
Traci Taylor

Four Halloween Costume Accessories to Avoid

Halloween is only a couple weeks away away and that means anyone planning to dress up is probably scrambling to come up with a fantastic costume for the big night. 

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FoodAllergy via Twitter
FoodAllergy via Twitter

Teal Pumpkins Make Halloween Safer For Kids With Allergies

Halloween is a spooky night and it's supposed to be, but for kids with food allergies, it can be terrifying.

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Halloween Safety Tips Every Parent Should Know

If you think about it, trick-or-treating is a life lesson.  Think back to when you were a kid- I bet you and your friends did exactly what my friends and I did. We set out a game plan, drew up maps, carried walkie talkies and hit the streets running. Trick-or-Treating is a lesson in goal-setting, planning, and tactical execution.

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‘Operation Halloween’ Helping to Protect Your Kids From Sex Offenders This Halloween

When my husband and I got a notice in the mail letting us know that a registered sex offender moved into a place a couple blocks from where we live, red flags popped up and we vowed to keep an even closer eye on our little guy, especially on Halloween night when the streets will be a little busier with lots of little people roaming them.

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App Allows You to Follow Your Kids While They Trick-or-Treat

If this is the year that your kids are old enough to go our trick-or-treating on their own and you're nervous (and what parent isn't?) but know that you need to allow them to wander from the nest, there's an app you'll want to download before they go out on Halloween night.

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Kathy Whyte
Kathy Whyte

Be Aware of Binghamton Break-ins

Binghamton Police say there is another spike in vehicle break-ins in the city.

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Drug Take Back Day in Owego

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, September 26th and the Tioga County Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Inc. (TCCASA), Tioga County Sheriff's Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) have teamed up for a drug take back in Owego.

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