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.
Mobile Food Pantry Gets Broome United Way Funding
The Food Bank of the Southern Tier is getting $32,000 from the Broome County United Way to move forward the Broome County Mobile Food Pantry.
Police: Disgruntled Hallstead Man On Scooter Charged With Arson
Pennsylvania State Police say an 83-year-old Hallstead man is being charged in connection with three separate fires at an apartment building in the borough.
Binghamton Bustling for B.U. Homecoming Weekend
The Binghamton area is due to be a very busy place again this weekend as Binghamton University welcomes back around 1,500 alumni during Homecoming weekend.
Hydrant Flushing Could Discolor Water in Binghamton
The Binghamton Water/Sewer Department says water discoloration and low pressure may be noticed at various times during hydrant flushing.
Fire Escape Collapse Injures Two in Johnson City
Officials are investigating a collapse of a fire escape behind a Johnson City building that left two men injured.
Southern Tier Independence Center Joins Suit Against Personal Assistance Cuts
The Southern Tier Independence Center is suing the State Department of Health over a $150 million cut to the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program.
Governor’s Office Backs Off on License Plate Replacement and Fees
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office says it will not pursue a $25 license plate replacement program that has drawn the ire of residents across the state.
Food Bank of the Southern Tier Shifts into ‘Fall Mode’ Addressing Hunger
Food Bank of the Southern Tier executive director Natasha Thompson is featured on Southern Tier Close Up.
Tioga Sheriff’s Deputies Say Tickets Expected in Head-On Crash in Richford
Tioga County Sheriff’s officials say they expect tickets will be written in connection with a head-on crash in Richford sent two people to the hospital.
Johnson City Deems Allen Street Apartment House Unsafe
Johnson City is securing an apartment house on Allen Street that was the scene of a partial collapse in February.