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.
Senator Fred Akshar Posts His First Online Survey for 2019
New York State Senator Fred Akshar’s first online survey of 2019 concerns the state’s DREAM Act.
Winter Parking Reality Check
Motorists and municipalities that have largely been ignoring the winter parking rules are going to be in for a reality check with the potential of lots of snow for the weekend.
National Weather Service Issues Winter Storm Watch for Much of New York & Northern Tier of…
Most of New York State and the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania are watching for a weekend of winter weather.
Water Line Break Discolors Water in Endicott
The Village of Endicott Water Department says a 12-inch water main break will not cause any health concerns for residents but could be an inconvenience.
Testimony Set To Start in Aaron Powell Murder Retrial in Broome County
Testimony is getting started for the second murder trial for a Broome County man accused of killing his estranged wife and her friend in 2013.
Local Leaders Review Governor Andrew Cuomo’s New Budget Plans
Local leaders both in and outside of Albany are taking a close look at Governor Andrew Cuomo’s newly proposed $178 billion budget.
National Weather Service Says the Chances are Improving for Weekend Snow
The National Weather Service says there is "increasing confidence for a high impact winter storm" to hit the region this weekend.
Tioga County Substance Abuse Prevention Program Receives Grant
A substance abuse prevention group in Tioga County is getting a grant to help pay for operations creating and maintaining a reduction in youth drug abuse.
Decker Development Proposal Tabled by Binghamton Planning Commission
The future of a historic property in the City of Binghamton is still up in the air following a crowded meeting January 14.
New York Counties Don’t Want to Be Stuck Paying for Early Voting
Counties in New York say they want to make sure the state doesn’t leave them stuck with the bill for early voting.