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Brindisi Votes in Favor of Formalizing Impeachment Inquiry
Rep. Anthony Brindisi voted to support a measure setting up formal rules for a presidential impeachment inquiry.
AG: Dunkin’ Donuts Didn’t Tell Customers About Hacked Accounts
Dunkin' Brands has been hit with a lawsuit alleging the company didn't notify nearly 20,000 Dunkin' Donuts customers that their accounts had been compromised.
Men Indicted on Murder Counts in Apalachin Killing
A Tioga County grand jury has indicted two Pennsylvania men on murder, kidnapping and burglary counts in connection with an Apalachin home invasion incident.
Missing Apalachin Boy Found After Hundreds Search for Him
A non-verbal autistic boy who had been missing for hours was found near a McDonald's restaurant in Apalachin.
Journalist to Speak at BU on IBM and the Holocaust
A reporter and author plans to talk about the business connections between IBM's Thomas Watson and Nazi Germany in a presentation at Binghamton University.
Cattle Die After Speeding Truck Overturns Near Binghamton
A truck loaded with dozens of cattle crashed on an entrance ramp to Interstate 81 in Broome County.
Photos Released of Suspect in Binghamton University Killing
Investigators hope images of the man they believe killed a Binghamton University student will help them track down the suspect.
Actress Cynthia Nixon Announces Run for NY Governor
After weeks of hinting that she would seek the Democratic nomination for governor of New York, Cynthia Nixon has made it official.
Broome Authorities Confirm Apprehension of Orlando Tercero
Prosecutors are moving forward to prepare to present evidence to a grand jury in connection with the death of Binghamton University nursing school student Haley Anderson.
Report: Pirro Contacted DA on Tioga Speeding Ticket
Cable TV star Jeanine Pirro says she's waiting to hear from the Tioga County district attorney's office on what will happen after she was accused of driving 119 mph on Route 17.