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Binghamton man killed in Susquehanna County crash was on his way to a first date
(WBNG)-- A family said they're still in shock after learning their son would never return home after leaving to meet a friend in Binghamton. Tyler Lewis, 21, was on his way from Bushkill, Pennsylvania to Binghamton traveling on Interstate 81 in Harford Township when he struck another vehicle and we
Blaze Pizza Coming to Vestal this Spring
A new restaurant will be coming to the Vestal Parkway this Spring. Officials from Blaze Pizza, based in California said the new pizza shop will be located at 3714 Vestal Parkway. In addition to creating your own pizza, they also have salads, and desserts. They said its expected to be open sometime
Light snow headed our way - WBNG.com: Binghamton-area News, Weather, Sports
(WBNG) -- It's expected that our region will see about four inches of snow over a 36-hour period from late Monday through early Wednesday. Here's the latest forecast from Storm Track 12, Your Weather Authority: A FLOOD WARNING is in effect for the Susquehanna River at Campville until 9:30am Monday.
Ice jams gone, but snowfall on the way
SARAH DESANTIS/STAFF PHOTO Don Fulmer, of Sunbury, walks his Siberian Huskies at the Shikellamy Marina, Sunbury, Monday afternoon. Heavy rainfall caused frozen-over waterway surfaces to break up and form ice jams, which led to the National Weather Service issuing a flood watch. Though ice is still v
Man on the street: 'If you could be anywhere else in the world right now, where would you be?'
Sam Kupetsky, Scranton "I would be here where I am. I'm with people I love." "Spain. I would like to learn the language." Talia Herrera Scranton "On the beach in a warm place." Joan Kupetsky Factoryville "I would be here in northeast PA. I love it." Flo Wheatley Hop Bottom "Somewhere where it's nice
Crash closes section of I-81 south in Marathon
MARATHON, N.Y. (WBNG) -- A crash has closed down a section of Interstate 81 southbound in Marathon. According to the New York State Department of Transportation, the crash happened between Exit 9 - US 11; NY 221; (Marathon) and Exit 8 - NY 26; Ramp (Barker) just before 3 p.m. Tuesday. Both lanes of
Snow Day in Forest City
FOREST CITY - Most kids will do just about anything for a snow day, and Tuesday, a lot of students in the area got one. It was a neighborhood party at the Old Church Hill in Forest City Tuesday. Chrstie St. Hilaire texted her neighbors and said to get dressed, get your sleds, and meet at 1 p.m. "We'
Taste Test: The Impossible Burger
There's a new plant-based burger on the market that's now being served at The Gravity Inn in Waymart. This veggie patty boasts having a beefy flavor and may just fool meat eaters into thinking they're eating the real thing. Newswatch 16's Kerry Brazen had some customers taste the Impossible Burger.
Navarre man convicted of beating, choking woman
SANTA ROSA COUNTY - A Santa Rosa County jury has found a 20-year-old Navarre man guilty of domestic battery by strangulation, tampering with a victim and battery. The jury reached its decision on Jan. 14, said State Attorney Bill Eddins in a Tuesday press release. On April 9, 2017, the Santa Rosa Co
Destin man charged with false imprisonment, sexual battery
Photo: Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office A Destin man has been arrested on accusations that he hit and bit a woman staying at his home, refused to let her leave, and sexually assaulted her on January 11. The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office said 49-year-old David Hamilton Brown attacked the victim by
Destin leader pushes to change Sunday alcohol sale ordinance
Destin may see a change in its laws, which would make it easier to buy alcohol on Sundays. Right now, in the city of Destin, if you want to buy a six-pack of beer, you're going to have to wait until one o'clock, but if a local politician and owners of liquor stores have their way that could soon cha
Destin Commons manager named new chamber chairman
DESTIN - Destin Commons General Manager Robert Perry has been named the 2018 chairman for the Destin Chamber of Commerce's board of directors. Perry has been an active member of the chamber since he arrived in the Destin area in 2009 and has served on the board since 2013. Perry has served as a mem
Publix hits US 98 trifecta with Tiger Point store
On Wednesday, Publix will open a 45,600-square-foot grocery store in Gulf Breeze at Tiger Point Pavilion, 1430 Tiger Park Lane. The new location, with regular daily hours from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., will feature traditional grocery items as well as a pharmacy, bakery, deli, fresh seafood counter and flo
It's Official: NWS says wintry mix, snow expected to develop
Expected to see the winter weather locally are the coastal areas of Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties. Anyone that's tired of watching the white stuff fall in other parts of the country may have it in their backyard by Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service has issued an of
Snow and Bitter Cold Heading for the Panhandle
Panama City, FL - Light snow, gusty winds, and bitterly cold temperatures and wind chills will blast into Northwest Florida Tuesday night and Wednesday. As of Tuesday morning, snow is already snowing across northern Alabama and northern Mississippi back to Louisiana and Texas. After a very mild day
SCHOOL CANCELED: UWF, PSC join Escambia, Santa Rosa in canceling school Wednesday
The University of West Florida, Pensacola State College and the school districts of both Escambia and Santa Rosa counties have canceled school and all events Wednesday in anticipation of freezing temperatures. UWF will close all facilities starting at 9 p.m. Tuesday, said spokeswoman Megan Gonzalez.
Scottsdale Airport closed after aircraft leaves runway
Scottsdale Airport was closed late Tuesday afternoon after an aircraft went off the runaway around 4 p.m., airport officials said. The incident happened at Scottsdale Airport near Hayden Road and Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard. According to a tweet from Scottsdale Airport, a twin-engine Beechcraft Du
Cool! 12 cars to see at 2018 Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale
More than 1,700 rare and exotic cars will hit the auction block at Barrett-Jackson's Scottsdale show, Jan. 13 - 21. Last week, media were allowed a sneak peek at some of the cars to hit the auction block. More than 1,700 rare and exotic cars will hit the auction block at Barrett-Jackson's Scottsdal
Arrest made after homemade explosive device found in Scottsdale
Michael Mclain (photo by Scottsdale Police Department) One man was arrested by Scottsdale police on Friday, Jan. 12, after an explosive device was located at his workstation at Service King Collision Repair, 8180 E. Raintree Dr. Scottsdale police and the DPS Bomb Squad arrived at the repair shop aft
Fender Releases the American Original Series
Scottsdale, AZ (January 16, 2018) -- Here are the details on Fender's American Original series that will debut at Winter NAMM 2018. American Original '50s Stratocaster - $1,949.99 (White Blonde); - $1,899.99 (Aztec Gold, 2-Color Sunburst) When we released the Stratocaster in 1954, we didn't set out