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.
Broome Student Athletes See Their Names in Lights
The student athletes of Broome County who were robbed of their senior seasons are being honored with their names in lights.
Harness Racing Could Resume at Tioga Downs Soon
Harness racing may be back in the region in a few days as New York starts to ease the coronavirus pandemic restrictions on sporting events.
New York Wins Suit Against Endicott Basketball Academy
New York State has won its lawsuit against an Endicott-based basketball academy and AAUCONNECT has to refund customers.
Memorial Day on Veterans’ Day in Johnson City
Johnson City Memorial Day events will be rescheduled for a joint Memorial/ Veterans Day in November.
CARES Act Funding Goes to City of Binghamton
The City of Binghamton is getting over $87,000 in help as part of the first CARE Act allocation.
Delaware County Woman Accused of Pulling Guns on New York State Troopers
New York State Police say two Delaware County residents face charges after Troopers went to a home in Roxbury to investigate a reported rape April 27.
Cortland County Man Arrested on Sex Abuse Charges
A Homer man is being charged with four felony counts of sex abuse for allegedly having inappropriate contact with a girl.
New York Retirement Fund Pays Into PPP
New York State is investing some of its retirement fund in the Paycheck Protection Program.
UHS & Lourdes Hospitals Say in Spite of COVID, People Should Not Ignore Emergencies
The operators of hospitals in Broome County are telling residents not to let concerns about the coronavirus prevent them from seeking emergency care.
Broome COVID Active Cases Fall, Executive Talks Restarting Business
With a steady decline in new cases, the Broome County Executive says he’s moving forward with a proposal, but not an actual plan yet, on reopening businesses.