I join Morning Show Host Doug Mosher beginning at 5:30am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. I'm a graduate of Elmira College and I worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. Me and my husband Randy are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep us quite busy.
Grim COVID Milestones Passed in Broome County
Broome County passes another couple of grim milestones in the history of the COVID-19 pandemic.
YWCA Binghamton Director Talks Million Dollar Grant on So. Tier Close Up
Carole Coppens talks to Southern Tier Close Up about how billionaire Mackenzie Scott selected the Binghamton YWCA for a $1 million grant.
Pa. Republicans Challenge Gas Drilling Ban in Delaware River Basin
Republican state lawmakers in Pennsylvania are seeking to overturn a ban on gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing in the Delaware River basin.
Southern Tier COVID Cases/ Testing Numbers Up
New cases of COVID-19 and deaths continue to grow in the Southern Tier and with more demand for testing, Broome stops taking walk-ins.
Former Educator/Johnson City Trustee Brennan Passes Away
Former Johnson City Trustee William Brennan is being remembered for his service to the community.
Binghamton Teen Sentenced for Summer Shots-Fired Incident
A Binghamton teen will spend ten years in prison after pleading guilty to felony weapon possession. in a shots-fired incident.
Day Two of NY State-of-the-State: Turning Offices into Homes & Supporting the Arts
The governor says he wants to launch hundreds of new rapid testing sites statewide to help in opening restaurants, theatres and offices.
Fleeing Driver Intentionally Rams State Police Car in Masonville
New York State Police say a driver intentionally rammed one of their cars while they were assisting Sidney Police for an attempted traffic stop.
Waverly Woman Charged with Arson in Barton
A Waverly woman is charged with arson in connection with an August fire that damaged a home on Camptown Road in the Town of Barton.
Southern Tier Health Departments Make Plans for Vaccine Clinics
Counties say they are being swamped with calls and emails from residents wanting to know when and how they can sign up to get a COVID-19 vaccination.