State Police are looking for someone who robbed a liquor store in Endwell.
More than two months after Lago Resort and Casino was awarded the Southern Tier Gaming License, we now have more insight into why both Tioga Downs and Traditions were rejected.
A man accused of robbing two Endwell businesses is now in custody.
Broome County Executive Debbie Preston laid out her plan for 2015 in her State of the County Address
A former member of George W. Bush's administration paid a visit to Binghamton Thursday night.
Legislators gave their reaction to Preston's State of the County address.
A one-man show about race, prejudice and overcoming obstacles came to Johnson City High School Friday morning.
The Mirabito STOP DWI Holiday Classic will no longer be hosting its National Division as part of the tournament.
This week marks the sixth week of the third murder trial of Cal Harris, which is taking place in Schoharie County Court.
One of Binghamton's biggest eye sores is about to come down.
Further down Front Street, another troubled property is one step closer to demolition.
Neighbors' attempt to prevent the construction of Lago Resort and Casino has been struck down in court.
Binghamton Police have a new way to see into buildings before entering them.
18 kids, 1 teacher and 3 Broome County Health Department staff members traveled to Albany yesterday to help educate state lawmakers on local efforts to curb tobacco use.
If you are looking for a place to volunteer your time, Lourdes could use your help.
A brave group of faculty and students from SUNY Broome were hitting the pool a little early this year for a good cause.
New York State Police are asking for your help in finding a suspect who robbed a gas station in the Town of Chenango.
A Marathon man has died 3 days after crashing his car.
Governor Cuomo wants to send a message about campus sexual assault: Enough is enough.
Local teachers who take exception to Cuomo's recent villification of their profession want the public to know that there's plenty of good going on in classrooms.
Local law enforcement agencies are brushing up on their skills for Broome County's in-service training.
BAE Systems has been selected to build electrical units for Boeing Aircraft.
Hugh Grant's latest film, The Rewrite, is coming to the city it takes place in.
Davis College has won a national basketball championship.
Children at the JCC's Early Childhood Center are preparing for this weekend's 32nd annual Purim Carnival.
In his second State of the City address last night, David laid out his plan for the year ahead in a speech that carried a positive outlook for Binghamton.
The Village of Port Dickinson is in significant fiscal distress according to New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.
The recent below-zero temperatures have led both the Village of Endicott and the Town of Vestal to issue a water use advisory.
On top of all the other infrastructure problems it has to deal with, the Joint Sewage Treatment Plant now has to repair a severe electrical failure.
As anyone driving down Route 434 as it enters Binghamton can attest, construction of the new MacArthur Elementary is well underway.
Energy activists looking to harvest the sun for energy are upset with some reductions in New York subsidies for solar power.
Financial institutions are reminding you to save for the future.
Elk Mountain would like to remind people that there's more to do with snow than shoveling and plowing.
98.1 The Hawk is promising the biggest festival Binghamton has ever seen this Summer.
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is throwing her support behind an effort to renew and strengthen federal standards governing school lunches.
Binghamton University has once again broken it's own record.
Could New York State's banning of hydrofracking lead to some border towns seceding from the Empire State?
The growing membership of the Windsor Whip Works Art Center is showing off its latest creations.
Fresh off what could be his first big break in the music industry, Quality Kidd is returning home.
The dean of local broadcasting took a trip down memory lane Monday at the Phelps Mansion Museum.
A Binghamton University student says he's running for Binghamton's City Council.
A priest from Ukraine is visiting our area to shed light on the conflict in the war-torn country.
Broome County welcomed its newest United States citizens today.
Binghamton's biggest parade of the year steps off 2 weeks from tomorrow and one of its stalwarts was recognized Friday for its contributions to the community.
A Windsor family is honoring the memory of a lost loved one through the life-giving gift of blood.
State Police are looking for a suspect in an armed robbery that happened at Lupo's Restaurant in Endwell.
The Johnson City Police Department is responding to the audit prepared by the Office of the State Comptroller.
Two Owego residents have been arrested for having a meth lab.
One of New York's most powerful politicians has been officially indicted on corruption charges.
Saying voters are starving for truth and leadership in Albany, Republican Representative Chris Gibson says he won't run for Congress again, so he can focus on helping the GOP win statewide office in New York.