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


Opening Statements Presented in Corning Murder Trial

Corning

Opening Statements Presented in Corning Murder Trial

The trial for a Steuben County man accused of murder is now underway. The defense and prosecution presented their opening arguments at Jabob Horn's trial Friday. Time Warner Cable News reporter Crystal Cranmore was in the courtroom and has more on what both sides had to say. Updated 10/24/2014 09:05 PM

Traditions At Glen Eligible to Pursue Casino License

Broome County

Traditions At Glen Eligible to Pursue Casino License

It’s a waiting game for those vying for potential casino bids in New York State. They're expected to be awarded within the next few weeks. But for one Southern Tier group, their bid was up in the air for a while. Alexa Green explains why Traditions at the Glen officials said they've reached a milestone. Updated 10/24/2014 07:54 PM

CPR in Schools Closer to Becoming Law

New York State

CPR in Schools Closer to Becoming Law

New York is one step closer to becoming the 20th state to have a CPR in Schools law.
Governor Cuomo signed the bill Tuesday, and it now goes to the State Commissioner of Education. Time Warner Cable News reporter Emily DeFeciani talked to one man who is alive today because of CPR. Updated 10/24/2014 06:24 PM

NYers, Health Officials Watching First Confirmed Ebola Case in NYC

New York City

NYers, Health Officials Watching First Confirmed Ebola Case in NYC

Despite New York City officials reminding people that they should go about their normal routines, many are still worried about the possible spread and are making adjustments to their schedules. Roger Clark has more from New York City. 10/24/2014 03:09 PM

Broome County Dog Shelter Hosts 'Making a Difference Day' Saturday

Binghamton

Broome County Dog Shelter Hosts 'Making a Difference Day' Saturday

The Broome County Dog Shelter opens up its doors this weekend to people who want to make a difference for our four legged friends. "Make a Difference Day" and "Adopt a Shelter Dog Day" events are being held. Carmella Mataloni reports. 10/24/2014 06:57 AM

Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola, Being Treated at Bellevue Hospital in NYC

New York City

Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola, Being Treated at Bellevue Hospital in NYC

New York sees its first case of Ebola. A Doctors Without Borders doctor who recently returned to New York City after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus. Time Warner Cable News reporter Lori Chung has more on how the governor said there's no need for panic. Updated 10/23/2014 11:27 PM

Binghamton Police See Increase in Juvenile Crimes

Binghamton

Binghamton Police See Increase in Juvenile Crimes

Binghamton police said they're on alert after a seeing an uptick in juvenile crimes on the city's west side in the past month. But officials said that's only part of the problem. As Alexa Green explains, the issue has deeper roots. Updated 10/23/2014 06:39 PM

Boo at the Zoo Ready to Give You a Scare

Binghamton

Boo at the Zoo Ready to Give You a Scare

Boo at the Zoo is one of Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park's yearly fundraisers where coordinators decorate the zoo like a haunted house, 10/23/2014 07:21 AM

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