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 Leaders Ask Governor to Keep People from Fleeing Upstate
Governor Andrew Cuomo asked to keep people living in the coronavirus hotspots from trying to flee upstate to ride out the virus in places like Binghamton.
COVID-19 Mis-Information and Odd Police Calls in Southern Tier
Aside from the posting of misleading information, there are other peculiarities that seem to be related to people being told to stay home during the crisis.
Stay at Home Families Go “Bear Hunting” During Coronavirus Pandemic
Families are going on “Bear Hunts” with the help of their neighbors and community businesses for exercise and a diversion during coronavirus restrictions.
Fallen Johnson City Police Officer Remembered
It’s been six years since Johnson City Police officer David, “DW” Smith Jr. was shot to death in the line of duty.
Pennsylvania Extends COVID-19 School Closings and Stay-at-Home Order
The Stay-at-Home orders in Pennsylvania are extended for 26 affected counties through April 30th and schools remain closed until further notice.
Southern Tier Counties Report Over Two-Dozen New Coronavirus Cases
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases around New York State, including in the Southern Tier continues to grow daily.
Town of Union Announces Disaster Loans Available
The Town of Union is among the growing list of local government bodies announcing the availability of disaster relief loans to small businesses.
New York “On Pause” Extended Two More Weeks
New York State’s “On Pause” directive will remain in place for the next two weeks until April 15 with all non-essential workers told to do their jobs at home.
New York Health Department Develops Self-Administered COVID-19 Test
New COVID-19 testing allows a self-administered short nasal swab and saliva sample, sparing health care workers from possible more dangerous exposure.
New York’s CoronaVirus Deaths Expected to Top 1,000
New Yorkers are expecting to hear the death toll in the state has surpassed 1,000 from the coronavirus outbreak.
New York Employees Asked to Report COVID-19 Work-at-Home Order Violations
New York State is taking seriously the order that non-essential businesses keep workers at home due to the coronavirus crisis.
Local Group Calls for Inmates at Broome Jail Be Released Due to Pandemic
Citizen activists are calling for authorities to turn many inmates loose from the Broome County Jail in light of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
More Warnings About Coronavirus Scammers in New York & Southern Tier
New York State Attorney General and local authorities continue to find scams and people trying to prey on residents under the veil of the coronavirus pandemic.
Travel Limits in Southern Tier But Roads Are Open
Rumors are continuing to cause confusion for motorists across the region in the ever-changing situation from the coronavirus pandemic.