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.
Binghamton Police Get Justice Department Grant
The City of Binghamton Police Department is getting $27,158 in federal funds to help fight crime and address the opioid epidemic.
Foodie Friday Classic Meat Lasagna
Lasagna is a big-crowd pleaser that is easily made days ahead of a big dinner and leftovers can be popped right in the freezer if they last that long.
Broome Jail Inmate Gets New Felony Charges
A Windsor man being held in the Broome County jail is facing additional felony charges.
Porch-Crasher Accused of Underage Drinking and Driving
A Whitney Point resident is accused of drunk driving and is under the legal drinking age after crashing a vehicle into a porch
Endicott’s Little Italy Gets Small Community Funding
$10,000 is going to Little Italy in Endicott for a kitchen project in the Heritage Center and Museum.
Attempted Homicide in Wayne County
A Wayne County, Pennsylvania man is charged with attempted homicide in a shooting incident that happened about an hour south of Binghamton in Browndale.
One Dead, One Critically Injured in Monroe Township Crash
One person is dead following a weekend crash in Bradford County. Pennsylvania.
Governor Signs Service Dog Standards Bill
Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation identifying and developing training standards for therapy dogs, handlers and facilities.
Workforce Programs in Southern Tier Get Health Grants
A collaborative of Southern Tier health care systems is awarding more than a million dollars for eight plans to support the rural workforce in the region.
Body Found in Burned Out Albany Township Home
Fire investigators in Northeast Pennsylvania are looking into the cause of a blaze in Albany Township where charred remains were found.
Broome County Looks for Youth Council Representative
Broome County is looking for a young person to represent the area of New York State Governor's Youth Council.
Deadline Near for Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Comments
December 5 is the last scheduled day for the public to submit comments to on plans to develop a lithium-ion battery recycling facility in Endicott.
Binghamton University Goes Medieval With Rare Addition
A 16th-century music manuscript of Gregorian Chant entitled the “Gradual of La Crocetta” is permanently added to the Bartle Library at Binghamton University.
New Law in New York Looks to Close Nuisance Call Loophole
A new law is set to go into effect to sew up a loophole in the Do Not Call Registry.