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.
Stop Arm Cameras Catch Drivers Passing Stopped School Buses in Sidney
Delaware County Sheriff’s officials say cameras mounted on school buses are working to catch drivers illegally passing those vehicles.
Cincinnatus Man Charged With Rape of 14-Year-Old Girl
A Cincinnatus man is accused of raping a teenage girl.
Condemnation Continues Following PLOT Columbus Day Protest
Binghamton's is encouraging community leaders to condemn the activist group: “PLOT” for disrupting the Tournament of Bands high school band competition.
Heavy Rain and Gusty Winds Expected for Twin Tiers
The National Weather Service says a strong cold front moving through the area could bring strong winds and a potential for enough rain to cause some flooding.
Cornell University Wildlife Hospital Rescues Baby Turtles
Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Hospital at Cornell rescued around 150 eggs last spring from pregnant turtles that had been hit by cars in New York State.
Registration Taken For Event to Protect Seniors From Scams
The Broome County Office for Aging is taking registration for seniors and caregivers to learn more about preventing scams and financial exploitation.
Binghamton Tree Inventory Underway
Students from a Northeast Ecology course at B.U. are helping the City of Binghamton’s Parks and Recreation Department count trees.
Greater Binghamton Chamber Hosts Law Update
The Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 31st annual Labor and Employment Law Update in Johnson City October 16.
Some STAR Rebate Checks May Still Be In The Mail
The check may still be in the mail for residents looking for their New York State STAR property tax rebate checks.
Underground Utilities Work at Mygatt and Prospect Expands to Close Street
he underground utility work last week at the intersection of Prospect and Mygatt Streets in Binghamton has expanded to include a partial street closure.
Protesters Turn Out for Binghamton Columbus Day Events
City of Binghamton Police are processing several demonstrators who staged a protest during the 60th annual Columbus Day Tournament of Bands and Italian Festival.
Cortland County Felony Suspect Found in Georgia
The long arm of the law is reaching across state lines again to bring a suspect back to the Southern Tier.
Testimony in Former B.U. Student’s Nicaraguan/Broome Trial Resumes Oct. 22
It will be another week before the third day of the Orlando Tercero's trial in Nicaragua gets underway in the death of Haley Anderson in Binghamton.
Columbus Day Tournament of Bands and More
October 14 is a federal holiday and that means most public schools are off, banks are closed and there is no mail delivery.