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Coffee Blamed for Crash

Coffee is being blamed for a crash that left a Castle Creek man with a head injury April 14.

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Body Recovered

Broome County Sheriff David Harder says an Endicott man was visiting friends in Harpursville April 12 when he and two others jumped into the Susquehanna River from a railroad bridge behind Harpursville High School.

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Fire Claims 20 Acres

Officials are investigating the cause of a large brush fire in Tioga County April 13 that drew firefighters from over a dozen departments.

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Facing Burglary Charges

Cortland County Sheriff's officials say a Liverpool, New York man is accused of stealing a wallet from a home in the Town of Preble between April 2 and 3 and using stolen credit cards at several locations throughout Onondaga County.

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Binghamton Getting Flood $$$

A flood prevention project in the City of Binghamton is among ten storm mitigation works targeted to share $128 million in federal funds being allocated by New York State.

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Windsor Man Charged With DWI After Crash

A 43-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly drove a vehicle that slammed into a utility pole in the town of Windsor.

Authorities say Michael Fahey was charged with felony driving while intoxicated following the incident

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Binghamton Mets Rained Out Tonight in Portland

The Binghamton Mets return home for seven games beginning Thursday night at 6:35 versus the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.  Binghamton concludes its current road trip tomorrow night in Portland versus the Sea Dogs

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Johnson City Police Department Awarded State Grant

A Broome County law enforcement agency will receive nearly $21,000 in state funding to improve the supervision of people on probation and parole.

According to the state Division of Criminal Justice Services, the Johnson City Police Department has been awarded the grant

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Tioga County Announces Spring Rabies Clinics

Six spring rabies clinics have been scheduled in Tioga County.

According to the county health department, the clinics will vaccinate dogs, cats and domesticated ferrets.

The first clinic will be held April 24 from 6 to 8 p

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Binghamton-Area Power Outages Blamed On Weather

A few hundred NYSEG customers in the Binghamton region lost electric service for a time Tuesday.

Shortly before 2 p.m., the utility reported 357 customers without electricity in Broome and Chenango counties

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Driver Faces Charges After Conklin Crash

A Susquehanna County man was arrested following a pickup truck crash in the town of Conklin.

Authorities say 43-year-old David Tompkins of Hallstead was charged with driving while intoxicated after Monday evening's crash on Gratsinger Road

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Windsor Middle School Student Fights Childhood Hunger

A Windsor Middle School student is being recognized for helping fellow students who otherwise may go hungry during weekends and breaks when school lunch programs are not available.

7th grade student Alexis Green has been commended by the Broome Leadership Institute Alumni Association for starting the Windsor Knight Pack Program to provide food for children to take home

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Steuben County Child Killer’s Parole is Denied

A Steuben County man, who was convicted as a 13 year old in the brutal murder of a four year old Savona boy, will not be getting out of prison.

Parole has been denied for a 6th time for Eric Smith who lured Derick Robie into a wooded area in 1993, beat, strangled and sodomized the younger boy in what has been called one of the most gruesome murder cases in the Southern Tier

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Binghamton-Based DOT Crews Ready For More Snow

Nearly four weeks into spring, the National Weather Service is forecasting some sleet and snow for much of the Binghamton area.

The New York State Department of Transportation still has plenty of salt on hand in the event it's needed

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Town of Preston Man Accused in Home Invasion Assault

A Chenango County man is accused of breaking into a home and assaulting two people.

Sheriff’s Deputies say 43 year old Christopher Turner of Preston is accused of using a dangerous instrument and violently attacking the victims, one of whom had an order of protection against him

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