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SOUTHERN TIER

This section displays all of the Southern Tier news articles published in the past 7 days.


Convicted of Killing Neighbor, Johnson City Man Shows Little Emotion

Broome County

Convicted of Killing Neighbor, Johnson City Man Shows Little Emotion

A Johnson City man was convicted in the death of his neighbor Thursday. Christopher Davis killed Patricia LaCaprara during a robbery last year. Our Alexa Green spoke with the victim's family afterwards, who says justice has been served. Updated 10/30/2014 07:34 PM

New Push for Volunteers in Broome County on Election Day

Binghamton

New Push for Volunteers in Broome County on Election Day

Organizers say they need more election inspectors not just for next week, but for years to come. There are 141 polling stations across the county and four inspectors are needed at each station. 10/30/2014 08:27 AM

B.C. Transit Bus Use Survey Hopes for Feedback to Better Service Customers

Broome County

B.C. Transit Bus Use Survey Hopes for Feedback to Better Service Customers

Officials with Broome County Department of Public Transportation in conjunction with the Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study are hoping to get some public feedback from their customers over the next few weeks with a survey designed to better their customer service. Carmella Mataloni reports. 10/30/2014 07:07 AM

Study: Seneca County Casino Would Harm CNY Economy

Mohawk Valley

Study: Seneca County Casino Would Harm CNY Economy

The time is growing near for the state's Gaming Board to decide where up to four new casinos will go. But a new report suggests a proposed facility in Seneca County could be detrimental to CNY's economy. Reporter Cara Thomas has more. 10/29/2014 06:37 PM

Bainbridge Homicide Puts Spotlight on Road Rage

Southern Tier

Bainbridge Homicide Puts Spotlight on Road Rage

State police say an incident that left a son dead and his father fighting for his life was fueled by road rage. But according to experts, aggressive driving is more common than drivers would expect. Reporter Alexa Green explains. 10/29/2014 06:23 PM

Engineering Students Help Veteran Achieve Goals

Oneida County

Engineering Students Help Veteran Achieve Goals

One wounded warrior's dreams are being made possible thanks to two engineering students from SUNY Polytechnic Institute. Cara Thomas has more on a one-of-a-kind device they developed to help Sergeant Rick Yarosh play golf with his friends once again. Updated 10/28/2014 08:43 PM

Mother of Bainbridge Shooting Victim Speaks Out

Chenango County

Mother of Bainbridge Shooting Victim Speaks Out

A Chenango County corrections officer and former New York City police officer is now behind bars. John Guzy, 56, is accused of shooting a father and son in Bainbridge on Monday. Emily Lorsch spoke with Prindle's mother, who said she's still in shock over the loss of her son. Updated 10/28/2014 08:41 PM

NYSCOPBA Calling for Changes to Improve Jail Safety

Elmira

NYSCOPBA Calling for Changes to Improve Jail Safety

A push is on to keep corrections officers safe on the job. The New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association said there has been a spike in inmate attacks against staff. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Crystal Cranmore explains, the union is calling on the government to take action. Updated 10/28/2014 07:04 PM

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