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 Summer Thunder Keeps NYSEG Busy Again
Few issues are being reported around the region following heavy rain and thunderstorms that hit many areas of New York State,
Endicott Police Say: Forget the GPS Around the Dicks Sporting Goods Open
The Endicott Police are telling travelers in the area of the Dicks Sporting Goods Open tournament they should not rely on modern technology.
Two Tractor Trailers Crash on I81 North in Kirkwood
Broome County Sheriff’s officials are investigating a crash involving two tractor trailers on Interstate 81 that have shut down at least one lane of northbound traffic.
Clean Sweep Program Offers Helping Hand in Broome
A program in its infancy in Broome County is boasting a huge success completing over 100 clean-up projects while helping people find work.
Vestal Police Plan Enforcement Details Ahead of B.U. Move-In Weekend
Vestal Police have one big piece of advice for local motorists as Binghamton University students return to the campus: Patience
Lourdes Hosts M.A.S.H. Camp for Broome & Tioga Students
A group of 7th through 9th graders are getting the chance over the next couple of days to experience the real world of hospital care.
Little Free Library & Recreation Park in Binghamton Vandalized
City of Binghamton Police are investigating the destruction of the “Little Free Library” at Recreation Park overnight August 1
SUNY’s Got Your Back With Comfort Kits Filled at Dick’s Sporting Goods Open
State University of New York leaders, golf fans and professional golfers assemble comfort kits for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Windmill Project in Sanford Hits Temporary Doldrum
The Sanford Town Board has voted to put a “stay” on the plans for 23 wind turbines in the town.
Binghamton Flood Wall Inspections Go Robo
The City of Binghamton is inspecting the walls and the pipes that run within them over the next two weeks at a cost of $48,850
Fire Damages North Side Binghamton Home
Investigators will be looking into the cause of a fire that damaged a single-family home on the North Side of Binghamton early August 15
C.V. Elementary Open Houses to Take Mystery Out of Temporary Relocations
Chenango Valley is conducting a massive Capital Improvement Project with phase two requiring temporary relocation of some students.
Union Expands Parks Tobacco Ban
The Town of Union has expanded their tobacco free parks law, effective immediately, prohibiting use of all tobacco products, including electronic devices.
Shots Fired at Troopers in Central New York
A Verona man is accused of shooting at Troopers and Deputies while holed up in a barn August 9.