Fit Kids February Webisodes
New York State The New York State Gaming Facility Location Board releases a robust report, detailing its findings through the process of making recommendations for three upstate casinos last year. Geoff Redick has a complete review of the report, including what it could mean for one region lobbying for a second license. Updated 01:00 PM
Broome County Executive Debbie Preston presented her State of the County address Thursday in Binghamton.
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People know heavy snow can cause roofs to collapse, but the frigid temperatures can have their own damaging effects as well. Foundations can crack and shift, and doors can heave up. Iris St. Meran reports.
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DC Non-Profit Trains Service Dogs for Wounded Warriors
New York City
A unique non-profit group based near the nation’s capital is helping to improve the lives of disabled military veterans. They do it by pairing wounded warriors with service dogs that have an extraordinary set of skills. 02:41 PM
Hammondsport Man Arrested for Allegedly Stealing Elmira PD Vehicle
Steuben County
Dewane Burdick is charged with third-degree criminal possession of stolen property. 09:04 AM
Delhi Farmer, Volunteer Firefighter Dies After a Tree Fell on Him
Delaware County
Delhi firefighters discovered 70-year-old Ralph Hunt unresponsive, pinned beneath a tree in the woods near his property on County Route 14. 08:59 AM
Gas Prices Continue to Rise Across the Country
The days of $2 gas appear to be in the rear view mirror. Prices at the pump have been on the rise for the past couple weeks now, and may continue to head in that same direction. Brad Vivacqua reports. 07:10 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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Minimum Wage Set to Increase for Food Service Workers
Food servers will soon be getting a pay increase. State lawmakers recently approved an increase in minimum wage for tipped workers. But as Brent Fox reports, while many are applauding the move, not everyone is happy. 02/26/2015 09:00 PM
Schuyler County Combating Welfare Fraud
Schuyler County
It's resulted in more than 300 investigations, more than 20 arrests, and a million dollars saved. A revamped focus on combating welfare fraud is paying off for Schuyler County. Matt Jarchow explains how investigators are solving a major problem. 02/26/2015 08:30 PM
Alleged Blood Spattered Evidence Focus of Cal Harris Murder Trial Thursday
Schoharie County
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. 02/26/2015 05:00 PM
IDA Approves Tax Breaks for Endicott Project
Broome County
It's a controversial development project that some say is not a good use of taxpayer money. On Thursday, The Broome County IDA board of directors voted to give the Skye View Heights project in Endicott $2 million in tax incentives. Emily Lorsch breaks down both sides of the issue. 02/26/2015 07:45 PM
Finalist for One-Way Trip to Mars: 'Opportunity of Every Lifetime in Humanity's History'
Washington, D.C.
A one-of-a-kind mission to Mars has narrowed its pool of potential explorers, who say they are willing to spend the rest of their lives there. Washington bureau reporter Geoff Bennett has the story of one woman who is in the final running to make the one-way trip. 02/26/2015 07:13 PM
Private Colleges Say Sexual Assault Laws are Adding Up
New York's private colleges aren't saying there are "too many" laws to fight college sexual assault, but the laws are starting to add up. Geoff Redick reports. 02/26/2015 05:29 PM
Corning Community College Unveils Renovations
Corning Community College celebrated the completion of a $40 million campus transformation. 02/26/2015 10:00 PM
Republican Lawmakers Push Gov. Cuomo to Release Projected School Aid
Republicans in the state Assembly on Thursday pushed Governor Andrew Cuomo to release school aid runs so that districts can better plan their budgets and tax levies, which are due to go before voters this May. Nick Reisman has more. 02/26/2015 09:07 PM
FCC Approves Plan to Regulate Broadband Like Utility
Washington, D.C.
The Federal Communications Commission approved Thursday a sweeping plan to regulate broadband like a utility, a move supporters say will ensure the Internet remains an open place. 02/26/2015 08:51 PM
Former Sheriff Deputy Files Lawsuit Against County Executive Debbie Preston
Broome County
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 02/26/2015 01:44 PM
Ithaca One Step Closer to Solar Farm
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
It's a heart healthy event students at one Binghamton area school look forward to every year. 02/26/2015 09:11 AM
Annual New York Farm Show Starts at NYS Fairgrounds Thursday
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. 02/26/2015 07:21 AM
DHS Shutdown Could Impact Local Police and Fire
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
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

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