I join Morning Show Host Doug Mosher beginning at 5:30am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. I'm a graduate of Elmira College and I worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. Me and my husband Randy are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep us quite busy.
NYSEG Assesses Power Outages from Tropical Storm Isaias
New York State Electric and Gas crews are assessing the damage caused by heavy rain and wind associated with the passing of Tropical Strom Isaias.
Delaware Teen Hospitalized Following ATV Crash
A Delaware County teen is being treated for head trauma following an all-terrain vehicle crash in the Town of Hancock.
Authorities Release Name of Man Killed on Rt. 12 in Chenango County
New York State Police say Gary VanDusen was walking in an unlit area of Route 12 in Chenango County when he was hit and killed.
Hancock Man Accused of Raping Underage Girl
A Hancock man is being charged with rape and endangering the welfare of a child.
History of Domestic Violence/ Abuse in Vestal Family Shooting
Authorities are investigating a Fourth of July shooting in Vestal that has left a teenager dead and two adults critically injured.
New York Orders Out-of-State Visitor Quarantines
New York, Connecticut and New Jersey are issuing a travel advisory calling for people coming from virus hot-spot states to quarantine.
NYSEG Rate Hikes Delayed to October
NYSEG rate increases for electricity and gas delivery have been delayed until October due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Homeless Man Accused of Burglaries in Sherburne and Smyrna
Chenango County Sheriff’s officials say a homeless man is facing several charges following several burglaries and other incidents in the area.
Southern Tier Phase Three Businesses Urged to File Plans Quickly
New York State has the guidelines posted online for phase three reopening in the Southern Tier, which could come this weekend.
Nursing Homes in NY and Pa. Ask for Easing in Staff/Resident COVID Testing
Nursing homes are asking New York regulators to ease up on a twice-weekly coronavirus testing mandate for their employees