Kathy joins Morning Show Host Roger Neel beginning at 5:30am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. A graduate of Elmira College, Kathy worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. A long-time News Director with WAAL she also is part of that station's Morning Team. Kathy and her husband Randy are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep them quite busy.
Congressman Brindisi Discusses Spectrum Broadband Performance
U.S. Congressman Anthony Brindnisi says Spectrum Cable needs to be held up to its deal to expand broadband service into rural areas.
UPDATE: Dryden Shooter Turns Himself In
New York State Police say a day after reports of shots fired in Dryden while a woman and child were in the home, the suspected shooter has turned himself in.
Terror Charges Added to Islamberg Attack Suspects
Additional charges are being placed against the Western, New York suspects accused of plotting an attack on a Muslim community in rural Delaware County.
Wind Storm Power Morning Update
New York State Electric and Gas is reporting hundreds of customers in the Southern Tier without power as high winds whip the area with updates available online.
All Back Seat Passengers in New York May Have to Wear Seat Belts
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is looking to require all occupants of vehicles wear safety restraints, including adults in the rear seats.
Syracuse Basketball Coach Jim Boeheim Involved in Fatal Car/ Pedestrian Crash
Associated Press reports Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim has been involved in a fatal vehicle/pedestrian collision.
NYSEG Inspects Service Lines, Says It Could Cost Owners if Inspectors Can’t Get In
NYSEG says workers will be in neighborhoods for the next several months doing safety inspections of natural gas meters and service lines.
Norwich Man Charged in Fight That Sent Victim to Hospital
A Chenango County man is facing a felony charge in connection with a fight in Norwich in which one person was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries.
Authorities Find Hundreds of Packets of Heroin in Binghamton
A Binghamton man is accused of having 200 glassine envelopes of heroin in his Chenango Street home.
Tops Markets Requests Permission to Close Stores
The future of Tops Friendly Markets in the region is still uncertain in the latest movement this week in Bankruptcy Court.