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.
New York Citizen’s Actions Credited for Controlling COVID-19
Cuomo credits the actions of citizens social distancing, wearing masks and washing hands for a dramatic drop in COVID hospitalizations and deaths.
Delay Response: Bi-Partisan Opposition to Delay in Phase 2 Reopening
Republican State Senator Fred Akshar and Democrat Broome County Executive Jason Garnar are blasting Governor Cuomo for delaying the next phase of reopening.
POSTPONED: Southern Tier Native NASA Launch Will Have To Wait
Kopernik Space and Science Center is carrying livestream NASA coverage of SpaceX launch piloted by Apalachin's Doug Hurley.
New York’s Presidential Primary is on Again
New York State’s presidential primary is back on and will be held on June 23.
Local Hospitals Told to Stockpile Masks, Gloves, Ventilators and Other Supplies
Hospitals like Lourdes and United Health Services in Broome County will have to set their own emergency equipment stockpiles.
Train Derailment Reported in Delaware County
Emergency Responders are working at the scene of a train derailment reported in Delaware County near the Broome County line at 3 a.m. August 9.
Broome Women Lead Featured on Southern Tier Close Up
A new group that looks to support women leaders in Broome County is the focus of the weekly, local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up May 5.
Pennsylvania Primary Wins Could Shift U.S. House to Democrats
About the biggest change in Pennsylvania’s political landscape following primary elections under newly redrawn districts is the shattering of the old-boys’ network.
New York School Districts Brace for Budget Votes
Local school districts join others around New York State May 15 keeping an eye on returns as residents vote on prospective school budgets.
Former New York Assembly Speaker Guilty of Corruption-Again
A man who was once one of the most powerful lawmakers in New York State appears headed for jail after being found guilty of corruption for a second time.