Two Injured in Overnight Crash

State Police say two people were injured in a crash overnight on Route 17 that destroyed nearly 20 feet of guardrail. Troopers say 23-year-old Holly Cornell of Johnson City was drunk as she was speeding... Read More.

Former Owego Priest Pleads Guilty to Sex Abuse

A former priest who once served in Owego has pled guilty to sexually abusing a teenage boy. 83-year-old Ralph Johnson – who now lives in Gibson Township, PA – pled guilty to involuntary deviate sexual... Read More.

Fire at Kirkwood Manufacturing Site

Fire broke out at a manufacturing site in Kirkwood Monday. Several fire departments were called to the blaze at Felchar Manufacturing Company on Corporate Drive. Firefighters say heavy smoke was pouring from the building when... Read More.

SV Schools Evacuated Monday

Students at a local school were evacuated for a short time Monday after an electrical problem. A short in an outlet in the kitchen of the Richard T. Stank Middle School caused the evacuation of... Read More.

Vestal PD Arrests Burglary Suspect

Vestal Police have arrested an Endicott man who they believe is responsible for a burglary at a home on Stamford Drive last week. 22-year-old Maurice Bentley is accused of entering the residence around 10:30pm on... Read More.

Bradford Co. Murder Suspect Waives Hearing

A Bradford County murder suspect waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Friday. 55-year-old Robert Gorman is accused of fatally stabbing his ailing brother in 2007. Robert was the primary care provider for his... Read More.

ACA Memorial Park In the Running for Grant

A planned memorial park for the victims of the American Civic Association shooting is in the running for a $50,000 grant. The project is one of the finalists for a Pepsi Refresh Everything grant. To... Read More.

Marinich Picked to Lead Broome Legislature

Jerry Marinich will be the next Chairman of the Broome County Legislature. The Republican from the Town of Chenango was elected unanimously by his fellow party members over the weekend. The retired Lieutenant from the... Read More.

NYS Sends Letters to Those Picked for Layoffs

The 900 New York workers who are scheduled for layoffs at the end of the year are receiving letters in the mail from the state government. The letters are advising the workers about their rights... Read More.