Southern Tier A Binghamton police officer is fighting for her job after she was charged with misconduct and placed on administrative leave without pay. On Tuesday, Officer Kristi Sager answered to those charges at an administrative hearing. Alexa Green was there and has the details. 03/03/2015 08:15 PM
It's crunch time for SUNY institutions like Binghamton University and SUNY Broome. Chancellor Nancy Zimpher asked for $3 billion from the state during the next five years. But some schools are worried that cash will never appear. Mike Toper has more.
03/03/2015 11:30 PM
Drama in the courtroom for the Cal Harris murder trial, Tuesday with very little movement in the case. Harris is accused of killing his wife in 2001. Tamara Lindstrom has the latest.
03/03/2015 05:00 PM
Climbers Hope to Bring Ice Climbing to Ithaca
Some would call it risky, others see it as another way to put Ithaca on the map. The sport of ice climbing is addicting to thrill seekers and now some want the gorges and falls in Ithaca to be the next place people tackle. Brent Fox explains how some people are hoping Tompkins County will become a climbing destination. 03/03/2015 09:47 PM
Advocates Call for Support for 2015 Immigrant Equality Agenda
Immigration advocates from around the state rallied in Albany Tuesday, as the issue continues to put federal officials at odds. Madeleine Rivera has the story. 03/03/2015 07:04 PM
School Merger Study Moves Forward
How do you best educate students in difficult financial times? It's a question officials at the Horseheads and Elmira Heights School Districts have been working together on for months. Matt Jarchow has an update on a school merger study that could provide the answer. 03/03/2015 06:30 PM
Mayor: Much-Needed Repairs Coming to Binghamton Parking Garages
David says $1.4 million from the city’s capital bonding program will be allocated for the renovations. 03/03/2015 11:53 AM
Healthy Living Special: All About Food
This month's Healthy Living special focuses on food -- from what we put into our bodies and our children's bodies, to reading nutrition labels. Plus, we touch on the latest medical advancements.
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Income Equality, Raising Minimum Wage Continue to Surface In Albany
Governor Andrew Cuomo has been pushing to boost the state's minimum wage, a push not well-received at Small Business Lobby Day in Albany. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more. 03/03/2015 08:00 PM
Police: Employees Forced into Freezer During Owego McDonald's Robbery
State police are looking for the gunman in an armed robbery at a McDonald's in Owego that happened around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday at the resturant on Hickories Park Road. 03/03/2015 11:48 AM
Binghamton Mayor's Appointment for City Job Challenged
Binghamton Mayor Rich David's pick for the Commissioner of Public Works is being challenged by a member of the Civil Service Commission. Emily Lorsch has the story. 03/02/2015 11:15 PM
Binghamton Police Officer Responds to Misconduct Complaint
A Binghamton police officer is answering formal charges of misconduct with some of her own allegations against the Binghamton police chief. The officer is on administrative leave. Alexa Green explains. 03/02/2015 08:00 PM
Arc of Chemung Rebrand Brings New Opportunities
A local non-profit is going national to make a bigger impact locally. Monday Chemung ARC announced a rebranding as the Arc of Chemung. Reporter Matt Jarchow explains what it means for the agency and the community. 03/02/2015 09:30 PM
Deep Frost Line Freezing Pipes, Causing Water Main Breaks
March is here, but it still feels like the dead of winter. With the winter conditions, comes significant problems. As Brent Fox reports, water main breaks can be among the worst. 03/02/2015 08:30 PM
Coggins Sentenced to 50 Years in Chautauqua County Double Homicide
The Elmira man convicted in the double murder of a Chautauqua County couple will spend decades behind bars. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian tells us, Davide Coggins apologized to the victim's family before he was sentenced. Updated 03/02/2015 06:02 PM
School Bus Survey Shows Drivers Putting Children at Risk
New York State
It's against the law and very dangerous, but some people still do it to try and save time. A new report released this week shows that thousands of drivers illegally pass a school bus in New York state each day. Briggette Sayegh has more from parents on the alarming study. 03/02/2015 09:36 PM
State Legislature Clashes on Transparency in Government
Governor Cuomo's office been clashing lately with both Republicans and Democrats in the state Legislature over policy on transparency in government. Nick Reisman explains. 03/02/2015 08:54 PM
Warmer Temperatures Could Create Flooding Problems
Central NY
Many people are welcoming March with open arms after February's record lows and heavy snowfall. But warmer temperatures may not be good news for everyone. Iris St. Meran has some tips on how to prevent your home from flooding. 03/02/2015 06:00 PM
Record Setting Cold, Above Average Snowfall in February
The cold weather and snow set records and was above average in February. 03/02/2015 04:19 PM
Demonstrators Rally For, Against Education Opportunity Agenda
The debate over education raged on Monday at the Capitol, with those for and against eduation reform rallied just a couple hours apart. Time Warner Cable News reporter Tanja Rekhi has more. 03/02/2015 06:30 PM
Onondaga County Looks to Lessen Drowsy Driving Accidents
Onondaga County
National estimates show that there are more than 100,000 police reported crashes each year caused by drowsy driving. 03/02/2015 03:07 PM
Community Learning Center Coming to Elmira Heights
A local coffee shop owner is turning a vacant building into a community learning center. 03/02/2015 03:00 PM
Binghamton Mayor's Pick for Public Works Head Challenged
Terry Kellogg, Mayor Rich David's selection to replace the outgoing commissioner, lives in the village of Chenango, a violation of the city's residency requirement. 03/02/2015 03:14 PM
Maple Producers To Start Tapping Production
Local maple producers across the Southern Tier are set to start making syrup this week. Reporter Mark Goshgarian shares why the frigid weather conditions could create a sticky situation for the upcoming season. 03/01/2015 05:32 PM
Anticipation Builds For Purim, Families and Organizations Prep
Broome County
Purim begins Wednesday evening and many families and organizations throughout the world are hard at work preparing for annual traditions. Emily Lorsch shares why many consider this one of the most joyous holidays. 03/01/2015 07:00 PM
Corrections Officers Charged with Assaulting Inmate Plead Guilty
Wyoming County
Three Attica corrections officers who were about to go on trial admitted Monday to taking part in a bloody attack on an inmate in 2011. Prosecutors said the plea deals are a first in New York state history. Updated 03/02/2015 02:34 PM
Mobile Home Destroyed Following Saturday Afternoon Fire in Tioga County
Tioga County
Officials arrived at the scene on West Whitcomb Hill at 1 p.m. 03/01/2015 01:45 PM
Icicle Prevention Can Save Costly Damage to Properties, Dangerous Situations
Southern Tier
They're heavy, they're sharp, and they can be deadly. With this cold weather, icicles are forming on rooftops all over -- damaging property and hurting people. But Emily Lorsch spoke with one expert who says he has the answer. 02/28/2015 05:50 PM

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