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.
NYSEG Warns of Scams During Inside Meter Inspection Season
NYSEG says criminals are taking advantage of current inside gas meter inspections to try to get personal information from customers.
Binghamton Man Found With Assault Weapon and Drugs
A Binghamton man is facing over a half dozen felony charges after authorities raided his Mill Street home February 21.
Primary Investor in Constitution Pipeline Pulls the Plug
A main investor in the Constitution gas pipeline project in the Northeast says it's abandoning the development in wake of almost constant challenges.
Binghamton Mayor David Promises Tax Cuts in Annual State of the City
Binghamton Mayor Richard David outlines safety, security and tax reductions in his annual State of the City message.
Applications Being Taken for NYS Airport Improvement Funding
New York State is taking applications for $20-million in funding or airports across the state.
Teenager Charged with Drunk Driving in Cortland County
A Cortland County teen is due in court next month to answer to charges following a crash on Route 11 in Cortlandville early February 22.
Death at Letchworth State Park
Troopers and New York State Forest Rangers have recovered a body from the Letchworth Gorge.
Brindisi Officially Launches Re-Election Campaign
It’s official, Congressman Anthony Brindisi is in the race for a second term.
Endicott Residents Told to Haul Demolition Debris to the Dump
Endicott residents can no longer drop off debris from construction projects at a site on Scarborough Drive in the Town of Union.
Officials Wary of Possible Active Spring Fire Season
Little snow cover could mean drier conditions through the spring, contributing to brush fire danger.
Road Salt Could Be More Harmful to Native Frogs Than Invaders
Binghamton University researchers are finding some invasive species are more tolerant to chemical contamination, like road salt, than the natives.
Pennsylvania State Police Look for Missing Man with Dementia
Pennsylvania State Police are asking for help in finding a 79-year-old Wayne County man who suffers from the onset of dementia.
Governor Says New York Vigilant Following J.C.C. Albany Scare
Governor Andrew Cuomo went to the Jewish Community Center in Albany February 23 after the building had been the point of an anonymous emailed threat.
Broome Planners Approve Hemp Processor for Country Valley Industries Site
Approval given for a hemp processing facility at the former Country Valley Industries building on Lester Avenue in Johnson City, temporarily tax-free.