I join Morning Show Host Doug Mosher beginning at 5:30am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. I'm a graduate of Elmira College and I worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. Me and my husband Randy are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep us quite busy.
Delaware County Man Accused of Sexually Exploiting Teen
A Delaware County man is accused of sexually exploiting a child.
Chenango Health Officials Give Advice on Home COVID Tests
The Chenango County Health Department is offering some advice for the growing number of people using at-home COVID-19 test kits.
Binghamton University Tops SUNY COVID Cases
Binghamton University is leading State University of New York campuses in new COVID-19 infections.
NY Mandate for Healthcare Worker Vaccines is Blocked Temporarily
New York State’s requirement that all healthcare workers get the COVID-19 vaccine or lose their jobs is being at least temporarily derailed in court.
New York Announces HEROS Act Workplace Infection Protections
The New York commissioner of health has designated COVID-19 a highly communicable disease that presents a serious risk of harm under the state’s HERO Act.
Southern Tier & Central New York On Watch for Flash Flooding
A big portion of New York State is on watch for the possibility of flash flooding on creeks and streams as well as water across roadways.
NYS Assembly Will Not Pursue Impeachment of Gov. Cuomo
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo will not be adding “impeached” to his legacy after the Assembly Speaker said the house will not continue proceedings.
134th Delaware County Fair Gets Underway in Walton
Delaware County Sheriff Craig DuMond says his department is ready for the opening of the 134 County Fair August 16, running through August 21.
DEVELOPING: New York State Police Report Standoff in Delaware County
New York State Police report Troopers were involved in an incident with a person barricaded in a structure in the Town of Franklin in Delaware County.
NYS Troopers’ Union ‘Outraged’ Over Shooting Suspect’s Release on Bail
The New York State Troopers Police Benevolent Association says it is "outraged" a man indicted on charges he tried to kill a trooper has been set free on bail.