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.
Susquehanna Woman Charged After Driving 600 Feet in Ditch
A Susquehanna woman is facing several charges in Broome County after Sheriff’s Deputies say they saw her drive off Route 79 in Windsor and into a ditch.
Suspect in December McDonald’s Stabbing Wanted on Featured Warrant
31-year-old Christopher Nugent is listed as this week’s Featured Warrant by the Sheriff’s Office Warrants Division.
West Side Binghamton Group Home Damaged by Fire
No injuries are reported after fire cleared a group home on Binghamton’s west side.
Winter Storm Watch Issued for Parts of Twin Tiers, Central and Northern New York
The calendar may say "Spring" but the National Weather Service is still warning about Winter weather.
Small Business Development Competition Open in Binghamton
Entries are being taken for the latest Binghamton Local Development Corporation and SUNY Broome Entrepreneurial Assistance Program Business Plan Competition.
Meals on Wheels Volunteers Recognized in Broome County
The volunteers of the Meals on Wheels program are being recognized this week during Meals on Wheels Community Champions Week.
Town of Union Takes Suggestions for Spending Federal Development Funds
The Town of Union is holding a public hearing March 20 on how to spend Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) money.
77-Year Old Pennsylvania Man Reported Missing
Pennsylvania State Police are looking for a Bradford County man who has been missing since Sunday, March 17.
UPDATE: Endicott Police Say Man Reported Missing Has been Contacted
Endicott Police, conducting a Missing Person investigation, say they have spoken to the man and he "is well."
Binghamton Murderer Denied Parole Again
A Binghamton man, who for decades has been referred to as “a monster” for murdering a young Binghamton girl, will not be released from prison.
Two State Lawmakers Call for Hearings on Farmworkers Fair Labor Act
Two Southern Tier state legislators are calling for public hearings on a farmworkers labor bill.
Endicott Police Website Upgraded & Features Added
The Endicott Police Department has gotten its first upgrade to its website in six years.
New York D.O.T. Worker Dies After Being Hit by Tractor Trailer in Nichols
A New York State Department of Transportation employee who was hit by a tractor trailer while working on Route 17 in Nichols March 13 has died.
Congressman Brindisi Discusses Spectrum Broadband Performance
U.S. Congressman Anthony Brindnisi says Spectrum Cable needs to be held up to its deal to expand broadband service into rural areas.