Fit Kids February Webisodes
Binghamton Broome County Executive Debbie Preston presented her State of the County address Thursday in Binghamton. 04:30 PM
Another week of testimony in the Cal Harris trial ends with a focus on photos of alleged blood spattered evidence. Harris is accused of killing his wife Michele in 2001. Tamara Lindstrom has the details.
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Another lawsuit has been filed against a Southern Tier politician, this one targeting the Broome County Executive. A former sheriff's deputy is suing Debbie Preston for harassment. Alexa Green explains why Dawn Shafer says Preston needs to be held accountable.
02/25/2015 06:30 PM
Brooklyn Terror Arrests Add to Fears of Growing Islamic State
New York City
Concern over the Islamic State's reach and influence is growing now that three Brooklyn men have been arrested on charges they plotted to join the terror group. Updated 01:44 PM
Ithaca One Step Closer to Solar Farm
Ithaca
Ithaca is now a big step closer to having a solar farm. 02/25/2015 07:45 PM
Man Cal Harris' Wife Was Dating Testifies About Final Meeting
Schoharie County
Three more witnesses take the stand to wrap up another day of the Cal Harris murder trial in Schoharie County. The Tioga County man is accused of killing his wife Michele in 2001. As Tamara Lindstrom explains, much of Wednesday's testimony centered on the man Michelle Harris was dating at the time she disappeared. 02/25/2015 02:27 PM
Binghamton Elementary Students Take Part in Jump Rope for Heart Wednesday
Binghamton
It's a heart healthy event students at one Binghamton area school look forward to every year. 09:11 AM
WEBISODE: Fit Kids February Experts Give Tips for Staying Active, Taking Yoga
This week, TWC News' JoDee Kenney spoke with Michael Scidmore, a program coordinator for the YMCA, for tips on what parents can do to get kids to exercise and stay active. Jodee also spoke to Krista Spohr, who teaches yoga at 365 FIT, about how yoga can benefit your kids both physically and mentally.
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Annual New York Farm Show Starts at NYS Fairgrounds Thursday
Syracuse
Agriculture is a huge part of the New York State Fair, and this weekend the entire fairgrounds will be filled with people from across the agriculture industry. The annual New York Farm Show starts Thursday. Brad Vivacqua has more. 07:21 AM
DHS Shutdown Could Impact Local Police and Fire
Elmira
Local police and fire departments are keeping a close eye on Washington D.C. The clock is ticking for Congress to strike a deal to prevent a Department of Homeland Security shutdown. Matt Jarchow explains what kind of impact a national shutdown could have on the Southern Tier. 02/25/2015 06:30 PM
Cuomo, Lawmakers Discuss Outside Income, Ethics at Cabinet Meeting
Albany
Lawmakers were back at the Capitol for the first time in two weeks Wednesday, after returning from their mid-winter break. Quickly things got very busy, and complicated. Nick Reisman explains. 02/25/2015 10:10 PM
Three NYC Men Arraigned for Allegedly Trying to Join Islamic State
New York City
Federal authorities in New York have taken three people into custody for allegedly plotting to travel overseas to join the terror group ISIS. Updated 02/25/2015 11:00 PM
Marathon Man Dies Following Crash in Cortland County
Cortland County
Police say 84-year-old Bernard Hall, of Marathon, lost control of his car around 1:30 p.m. on a snow covered stretch along Turner Hill Road in his hometown. 02/25/2015 11:44 AM
Fit Kids: Color Guard Starting Younger
Oswego County
Some say participating in color guard is a great option for children who love music. It's a sport that keeps kids moving and is becoming available to students at a much younger age. As we continue with Fit Kids February, Elizabeth Jeneault explains why some say the activity deserves more recognition. 02/25/2015 08:00 AM
Frequent Delays at Cal Harris' Murder Trial Tuesday
Schoharie County
Testimony continues to crawl along in the murder trial of Cal Harris. The Tioga County man is accused of killing his wife Michele in 2001. Tamara Lindstrom has the latest from court. 02/24/2015 05:30 PM
Endicott Plant Will Help Develop New Boeing Aircraft
Endicott
BAE Systems will help develop new Boeing 777X aircraft. 02/24/2015 10:31 PM
Casino Selection Process Under Investigation
Southern Tier
It was a decision that left many in the Southern Tier wondering what went wrong. Months later, the recommendation process for three casino licenses across the state is now under investigation. Matt Jarchow explains what officials are looking at. 02/24/2015 09:30 PM
Despite Cold, Construction Continues at MacArthur Elementary
Binghamton
It's been a long road for MacArthur Elementary school students. In 2011, Tropical Storm Lee wiped out the old school. Since then students have been attending class at nearby schools as they wait for their new building to go up. The good news, as Alexa Green reports, is despite one of the coldest winters in years, much progress is being made. 02/24/2015 06:00 PM
Syracuse Downs Notre Dame in South Bend
Midwest
The Syracuse men's basketball team defeated another ranked team, taking down No. 9 Notre Dame on the road Tuesday night by a score of 65-60. 02/24/2015 10:01 PM
Hybrid Grapes Survive Extreme Cold Temperatures
Ithaca
Bitter cold temperatures aren't just a problem for people, but they can be devastating on crops too. In the Finger Lakes the recent string of cold weather is of particular concern to vineyards. As Brent Fox explains, there is a solution. 02/24/2015 06:06 PM
Elmira Man Pleads Guilty in Rape, Child Pornography Case
Elmira
An Elmira man is facing 15-to-30 years in prison after pleading guilty in connection with a rape and child pornography case. 02/24/2015 11:58 AM
Former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption Charges
Albany
Embattled lawmaker Sheldon Silver pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday to charges he used his power and influence as New York State Assembly Speaker to pocket $4 million in kickbacks and bribes. Bobby Cuza has more on what Silver had to say outside court, in New York City. Updated 02/24/2015 09:30 PM
Siena Poll: Nearly All NYers Polled Say Albany Has Corruption Problem
Albany
While a majority of New Yorkers see corruption as a serious problem facing our state, even more feel an on-time budget should take precedence over ethics reform. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more on a Siena College poll released Tuesday. 02/24/2015 08:00 PM
Binghamton Mayor David Gives 2015 State of the City Address
Binghamton
Binghamton Mayor Rich David delivered his second state of the city address Monday night, highlighting plans to improve public safety, infrastructure and finances. Emily Lorsch was at City hall for the speech and has more on how the Mayor plans to shake up the status quo. 02/23/2015 05:45 PM
Congress Readies for Education Debate
Corning
The need for change is one both sides realize. But the best way to educate the children of America has Republicans and Democrats divided. One local congressman is reaching out to parents and teachers before the debate heats up. Reporter Matt Jarchow has more on some of the ideas that were discussed. 02/23/2015 09:30 PM
Bilinski's Sausage Company Teaches Kids About Nutrition Labels
Cohoes
We see the words "all natural" stamped on food products at the supermarket all the time, but do the labels really mean what they advertise? As we continue with Fit Kids February, Karen Tararache goes to an organic, all natural, antibiotic free sausage making factory that is teaching kids at a young age how to tell the difference. 02/24/2015 05:00 AM
Sen. Gillibrand Pushing for Summer Meals Act
Binghamton
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is pushing legislation to make sure kids have access to healthy meals even when school lets out for the summer. Alexa Green explains why the Senator said the bill will do more than just feed hungry bellies. 02/23/2015 07:58 PM
Record Number of Freshman Applicants at Binghamton University
Binghamton
Thousands of applications were sent in to Binghamton University last year. 02/23/2015 03:48 PM

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