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More bear sightings in West Windsor, Harpursville, looking for bird food

(WBNG) — As bears come out of hibernation, more people have shared footage of bear sightings in their neighborhoods. Residents of Place Road in West Windsor said a large bear has come through the neighborhood, looking for its next meal.

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Tornado Touched Down in Broome County, NWS Confirms

The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down earlier this week in Broome County. The tornado was part of the string of powerful thunderstorms that rolled through much of New York state early Monday morning. A microburst was reported in nearby Conklin.

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Wegmans workers remember manager Rich Gilbert

JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — Wegmans employees are remembering their fellow manager, Rich Gilbert, who passed away recently, as a kind and dedicated person. Gilbert was a long-time employee of Wegmans. Out of Gilbert’s 37 years of working with the store, 20 of those years were spent at the Johnson City loc

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Man Sentenced in $1 Million Drug Bust in Broome County

One man involved in one of the largest drug busts in Broome County history was sentenced Thursday morning. According to the Broome County District Attorney’s Office, 37-year-old Marlon R. Graham will serve a term of 15 years in state prison and five years probation.

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Long Island bluegrass band to play in Bainbridge

The Jericho Arts Council will present the Feinberg Brothers at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at the Bainbridge Town Hall Theatre. The group is a bluegrass band from Long Island. The band features brothers Rourke, on fiddle, and Patrick, on mandolin, singing lead and tenor, along with their father and l

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Worcester man arrested on charges of torturing and injuring animals

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - A Worcester man has been arrested on charges of torturing and injuring animals. State Police at Oneonta were dispatched to 52 year-old Antonio Fiorino's address after receiving complaints that he had poisoned his cats.

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Heavy storms rip through Broome County

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - Heavy storms ripped through Broome County Sunday night leading to damages throughout the region. The Broome County Offices of Emergency Services has been monitoring the county wide power outages.

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N.J. drivers could get a break on N.Y.'s congestion pricing, but state won’t get any cash

NJ Transit and PATH may not get a piece of New York City’s congestion pricing pie, said toll experts debating that plan on Friday, because they believe not many Jersey drivers will ditch their cars and get on a crowded train or bus.

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Listeria outbreak linked to deli meats spreads to N.J., N.Y., Pa. Fatal case reported in Michigan.

An outbreak of listeria linked to sliced deli meats has spread to four states including New Jersey, and one person has died from the infection in Michigan, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

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New Bacon Store Hits Upstate New York

Bacon, bacon, bacon. It's truly the ingredients of happiness. In New York, a whole new store is dedicated to bacon. According to the Times Union, For the Love of Bacon is set to open in Rotterdam. This store is a short drive from CNY, within a hour or so. It will be affiliated with local Mariaville

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Binghamton man sentenced for possession of heroin

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - A Binghamton man has been sentenced for possession of heroin. 58 year-old Gerald Jacobs plead guilty and was sentenced to 10 years in prison in relation to a drug arrest on November 15th of last year.

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New York state tax revenues plummet by $3.7 billion

New York state tax revenues fell by $3.7 billion, or 4.7 percent, last year — the largest collapse since the 9/11 attacks — but officials downplayed the significance. Trying to find a bright side, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said things could have been worse since a surge in collections last m

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California 'house of horrors' parents sentenced to life in prison

The California “house of horrors” parents who abused and tortured 12 of their 13 children were sentenced to life in prison Friday with the possibility of parole after 25 years.

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Dispatchers describe craziest calls received

BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — In honor of National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, Broome County Emergency Services dispatchers described to 12 News some of the “craziest” calls they’ve received, that includes callers who just want to chat!

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Cam’s Pizzeria chain founders charged with defrauding state of nearly $400K (report)

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- The husband and wife who founded the Cam’s Pizzeria pizza chain were indicted Thursday on 78 felony counts for tax fraud, grand larceny and other charges, according to the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.

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Spectrum reaches deal to stay in New York State

ALBANY, NY (WROC) - Charter Spectrum has reached a deal with New York it says will keep the cable company in New York State. Last year, the state's Public Service Commission sought to kick Spectrum out of New York and cancel its approval of the company merger with Time Warner after state officials s

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No Opening Date Yet for Endwell Plasma Collection Center

A plasma donation facility in Endwell that was expected to start operating several months ago still hasn't opened. The company said it would use about 10,250 square feet of space that previously was occupied by a Volunteers of America thrift store. Plans for the $1.3 million renovation project calle

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N.Y. Dems brush off Trump impeachment talk

The Thursday release of the redacted special counsel report on Russian interference in the 2016 election has fueled calls for Congress to begin an impeachment investigation against President Donald Trump. But New York's senators and the area's House members, all Democrats, are hedging.

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Wegmans employees mourn loss of long-time store manager

JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — Friends, family and employees of Wegmans in Johnson City are mourning the loss of long-time manager Rich Gilbert. According to his obituary, the 56-year-old passed away on Monday.

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Old Ozalid Building Coming Down in Johnson City

Demolition crews are tearing down another massive structure on Corliss Avenue in Johnson City. Workers from LCP Group of Vestal are removing a former Ozalid Corporation warehouse building at 42-44 Corliss Avenue.

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