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National Drug Take Back Day 2017

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(WENY) - Law enforcement across the Twin Tiers will participate in National Drug Take Back Day on October 28th. Community members can drop off expired, unused, or unwanted medications at the following locations between 10am and 2pm Saturday. NEW YORK Schuyler County: Tyrone Fire Station (3600 State Route 226)  Odessa Fire Station (300 East Main Street) Tioga County: CASA-Trinity (6 McMaster Street, Owego) Steuben County: Steuben County Public Safety Building (707...

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Elmira High School Starts Academy of Finance Program in Curriculum

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Elmira, NY (WENY) -- The Academy of Finance here at the Elmira High School is aimed at helping kids find their future  careers and also preparing them for their adult life. The Academy of Finance, part of the National Academy Foundation Network Has started classes at Elmira High School.  Students accepted into the program take classes focused on the finance industry. Cheryl Sweeney, business teacher and co-founder of the Elmira High School program says "they[the stude... More>>

Trial Date Set For Draht Hill Road Homicide Case

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The man accused of killing a Bronx woman back in December 2016 is set to go to trial.

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Senate eyes House budget plan that's short of what it wanted

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Amid a four-month budget standoff, the Pennsylvania Senate is returning to the Capitol to confront a House budget-balancing plan that falls well short of what Senate leaders and Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf had sought.      Monday's session day could start a long week for senators.      The budget fight largely revolves around the size of a tax increase to help plug Pennsylvania's deficit-riddled finances. That's pitting Wolf and the Se... More>>

New Legislation Delivers Health Benefits to Volunteer Firefighters

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Volunteer firefighters across the state will soon be eligible for tax-free disability and death benefits. 

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City of Corning Begins Loose Leaf Pick-Ups

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The Corning Department of Public Works are the first loose leaf pick-ups of the season Monday.

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Schumer Takes Fight Against GOP Tax Plan to Western NY

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Sen. Chuck Schumer is taking the tax battle in Congress to western New York.

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New York Advances Drone Industry with Testing Corridor

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A coalition in upstate New York is creating a 50-mile (80-kilometer) corridor where unmanned aircraft can safely fly beyond the line of sight and drone traffic control systems can be tested. 

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Dem Attorneys General Unite Against Concealed-Carry Gun Law

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Democratic attorneys general from 17 states are calling on Congress to abandon legislation backed by the National Rifle Association that would allow concealed-carry gun permits issued in one state to be valid in all states. 

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Ghost walk allows residents to explore Elmira's past Video included

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Local residents walked through a century of history with the 11th annual Woodlawn Cemetery Ghost Walk. The guided walks take visitors back in time with stations set up around the cemetery.

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Arc of Chemung holds annual Spooktacular 5K Video included

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Ghosts, goblins and superheroes took to the streets of Elmira for the Arc of Chemung's 3rd annual Spooktacular 5-k. Runners of all ages could participate in the 5-k or the Scarecrow one-mile sprint.

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More than $1.2 Million in grants are available for new farmers, military veterans

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Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $1.25 million in funding is available through two grant programs designed to assist farmers across the state. 

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Steuben Co. to host Opioid & Substance Abuse Forum

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Steuben County will hold its 3rd Opioid and Substance Abuse Forum of 2017 on Tuesday, with information and resources available to people suffering from addiction and their families.

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Pumpkin Express brings families together

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Local families were able to take a ride on the Pumpkin Express as it rolled through on Saturday. The annual festival is sponsored by the Chemung County Sunrise Rotary Club and held at Sullivan's Railroad.

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"Haunted Happenings" gets kids into Halloween spirit

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The Tanglewood Nature Center and Museum hosted their annual fall celebration, "Haunted Happenings". Kids could participate in Halloween activities while learning about area wildlife. 

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Chemung Co. Sunrise Rotary hosting 4th annual "Pumpkin Express Festival"

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The Chemung County Sunrise Rotary Club will host its 4th Annual Pumpkin Express Festival on Saturday! 

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Horseheads woman indicted for allegedly forging and cashing $17K in checks

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34-year-old Nicole Aloi, was indicted on several charges. Aloi was charged with grand larceny, and several counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.

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Lights On highlights afterschool programs Video included

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CORNING, NY (WENY) - A rally in Corning Friday shined a spotlight on afterschool programs. The Lights On Rally was organized to draw attention to the ways afterschool programs support students. Officials say they offer opportunities to learn new thing and discover new skills. They say these beneficial programs rely on funding to enrich students’ lives. “There are lots of awesome, quality programs in this area, in this whole region, but with any other kind of program that... More>>

State capital fund to support animal shelter improvement projects

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NEW YORK (WENY) - Animal shelters across the empire state are getting a boost from this year's state budget. Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the creation of a state capital fund for critical improvements to animal shelters. The $5 million dollar fund was part of the 2018 budget. It will allow eligible organizations to make significant upgrades to their facilities. "With this first-in-the-nation capital fund, we will help shelters upgrade their facilities to support the care and...

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Troy School District addresses rumor of threat of violence

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TROY, PA (WENY) - The Troy Area School District is providing more information about an anonymous threat of violence against the high school. The school district says rumors of a threat of violence for Wednesday appear to be just rumors. Police have not found one person with direct knowledge of a threat being made. No one has actually heard another student make a threat of violence for Wednesday. Police and the administration are continuing to follow any leads. The school district sa... More>>

US gives Pennsylvania Real ID extension until October 2018

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania is getting yet another extension to comply with a federal law that requires driver's licenses meet anti-terrorism standards. Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's announced Friday that the state received another deferment from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Pennsylvania residents can use their current drivers' licenses to continue accessing federal facilities like courthouses and prisons through next Oct. 10, when a new restriction that also affec... More>>

IPD asking for help identifying suspect

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ITHACA, NY (WENY) - The Ithaca Police Department is asking for your help identifying a suspect in a forcible touching incident. Police say the incident happened on the Ithaca Commons on Tuesday at 4:45pm. The man is white, about 45 years old, and has short dark hair. Ithaca police are asking anyone with information about this man to contact them at 607-216-3232. More>>

Happening Saturday: Ticket Galaxy Beer Festival Video included

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The beer will be flowing in Watkins Glen on Saturday for the 'Ticket Galaxy Beer Festival' at Watkins Glen International. 

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Funeral Services Set for NY Cop Killed During Training Dive

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Funeral services are set next week for a Buffalo police officer who died during a training dive in the Niagara River. 

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Wolf Vetoes Bill to Impose Work Requirements for Medicaid

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Pennsylvania's governor is vetoing legislation to impose work or job search requirements for certain Medicaid recipients. 

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NY Lawmaker Wants Tighter Rules for Credit-Monitoring Firms

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A New York state senator is calling for greater protections for consumers and tougher regulations for credit monitoring firms following the massive Equifax breach. 

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Arctic League Looking for 2017 Bell Ringer

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The Arctic League is looking for its 2017 bell ringer. 

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Man turns himself in after Monday car accident

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The man who fled the scene after a car accident on Monday night in Elmira turned himself into authorities and has been charged.

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Tip-A-Cop fundraiser benefits Special Olympics

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Law enforcement spent the evening serving the public in a little bit of a different way Thursday night! 

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12th Annual Empty Bowl Luncheon Video included

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ELMIRA, NY (WENY) - More than 400 people attended the 12th Annual Empty Bowl Lunch at Elmira College Thursday. It's the largest fundraiser hosted by Catholic Charities of Chemung and Schuyler Counties. The event raises money to help the thousands of families who need help getting food. "I think that people were very moved by today, it opens a new light to poverty and the idea that there is no face to poverty, that it can affect anyone," says Lindsay Winters, Director of De... More>>

1 Clemens Square project named a priority Video included

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ELMIRA, N.Y. (WENY) -- At the top of both the state and city's priority list -- a plan to revitalize and refresh 1 Clemens Square. It's a project that's been on the table since the city of Elmira was awarded ten million dollars in Downtown Revitilization Initiative funding. "It's going to be a very different look for Elmira than we've had in a very long time," says Mike Krusen, President of Southern Tier Economic Growth.  And now, it's prioritized on the list of proj...

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Wolf to combine prison, parole systems short of full merger

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania's governor is moving to consolidate parts of the state's prison and parole systems in hopes of saving money by eliminating duplicated functions.      Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf announced Thursday that the Corrections Department and the Board of Probation and Parole will sign a memorandum of understanding that will outline their combined operations.      The two entities will remain separate but share employees, land, faci... More>>

Chemung Canal Trust Conversation Series

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The Chemung Canal Trust Company wants to help you keep your information secure from online predators. 

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NY Receives $19M in Federal Funds to Fight Addiction

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New York state is getting $19 million in federal money to boost efforts to help those struggling with substance abuse. 

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NY Gov's Top Aide Recounts Episodes of Harassment, Sexism

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The senior adviser to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says she has experienced repeated sexism and harassment during her career - including an inappropriate sexual comment from someone who is now a national leader in progressive politics. 

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More NY Guardsmen Heading to Puerto Rico for Storm Recovery

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Another contingent of National Guard members from New York is preparing to depart for Puerto Rico to help the U.S. territory recover from Hurricane Maria.

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First public workshop for Watkins Glen $10M DRI draws crowd Video included

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How would you spend $10 million? That's what community members in Watkins Glen were collaborating to decide during the first Downtown Revitalization Initiative public workshop. 

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Elmira man found guilty in November attack on infant

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The attack happened last November in the Town of Bath, when Miller was watching the infant The infant needed immediate medical care at both Arnot-Odgen Medical Center in Elmira, and Strong Memorial in Rochester.

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Local organization gives "State of the Child" presentation Video included

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ELMIRA, NY (WENY) - A local is giving the community a closer look at the lives of children in Chemung County. The Every Child Matters Coalition presented their "State of the Child" report Wednesday morning. It gave an overview and current statistics on poverty, mental health, hunger, housing, child care, and education in the county. The reported highlighted poverty as one of the biggest issues facing children living in Chemung County. Organizers say the breakfast provides...

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Troy Police investigating threat of violence against high school

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TROY, PA (WENY) - Troy Police are investigating an anonymous threat of violence at the Troy Area Junior/Senior High School. According to a voice message sent to parents by the Troy Area School District Superintendent, multiple students were suspended from school Wednesday in connection to the threat. Extra police were at the school Wednesday morning as a precaution. According to a statement from the school district, police have not discovered any gang affiliations. The investigation...

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Ribbon cut on West Water Street Row Homes project Video included

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ELMIRA, N.Y. (WENY) -- The ribbon has been officially cut on Elmira's latest development project. After nearly four years of work, Capriotti Properties' has completed its redevelopment of three 19th century row homes. The project, located at 389-399 West Water Street, entailed completely re-doing the three buildings. They're now home to sixteen modern apartments. City leaders spoke highly not only of this project, but of all property owner Jim Capriotti's work throughout Elmira. 

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Two Steuben County men arrested on weapons charge

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Troopers say a man from Bath purchased a rifle for a convicted felon.

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Southport man arrested for alleged armed robbery

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HORSEHEADS, NY (WENY) - A Southport man is behind bars in connection to an alleged armed robbery. Police say it happened just before 9pm Tuesday near the Travel Lodge in the Village of Horseheads. Horseheads police responded to the scene and arrested 24-year-old Deshabille Gore. Gore allegedly showed a handgun and forced a man to give him an undisclosed amount of money. Gore was arraigned in Horseheads Village Court and sent to the Chemung County Jail on $5,000 cash bail.

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UPDATE: Police identify accused Elmira flasher

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ELMIRA, NY (WENY) - Elmira Police arrested a man for allegedly walking around without pants on. Officers responded to Friendly Place just before 7am Wednesday for a report of a man walking down the road wearing a ski mask and trench coat, but no pants. The first officer on scene saw the man and chased him on foot. Police established a perimeter and the suspect was taken into custody. He was taken to the Elmira Police Department for questioning. Police are not releasing the suspect'...

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Iryn Meyers sentenced in 2016 arson case

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BATH, NY (WENY) - A Steuben County woman convicted of murder will spend 23 years to life behind bars. In August, a jury found Iryn Meyers guilty of a slew of charges including 2nd degree murder, 2 counts of 1st degree arson, and 4th degree conspiracy. In 2015, Meyers and her husband Joseph set David O'Dell's Wayland home on fire to collect insurance money. Iryn Meyers was sentenced to 23 years to life on the murder charge, 20 to life on each of the arson charges, and 16 months to 4... More>>

Jerry Sandusky denied new trial on child sex abuse charges

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Jerry Sandusky's hopes of getting a new trial are dashed after a judge declined to overturn his conviction for sexual abuse of 10 boys in one of the biggest scandals in college football history.      A Pennsylvania judge on Wednesday denied the former Penn State assistant football coach's request for another chance to convince a jury he's innocent, as Sandusky has consistently maintained.      The case led to major structural and pr... More>>

Canton Teen Accused of Stealing Two Cars, Robbing Hunting Club

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A Canton teen is facing charges this morning after he allegedly stole two vehicles, crashing them both, and burglarized a hunting club in the process.   

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Body of Buffalo Police Diver Recovered From Niagara River

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Buffalo police have found the body of an officer who went missing during a training dive in the Niagara River. 

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Judge to Say Wednesday if Sandusky Gets New Sex Abuse Trial

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The judge handling Jerry Sandusky's appeal of a 45-count child sexual abuse conviction will soon announce if the former Penn State assistant football coach will have charges thrown out or get a new trial. 

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Pennsylvania House Takes Up Latest Budget Revenue Proposal

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Pennsylvania state representatives are taking up the latest proposal to generate enough revenue to fund budget spending they approved nearly four months ago. 

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Forum allows community members to engage with Corning City Mayor candidates Video included

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Community members in Corning had the chance to meet the mayoral candidates for next month's election and ask questions during a forum, hosted by the Steuben League of Women Voters.

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Man transported to hospital after rollover accident into ditch

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Route 14 in Montour Falls was reduced to one-lane for more than an hour after a car rolled-over into a ditch. 

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Voters approve $94.5 million capital project for Horseheads Central School District Video included

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HORSEHEADS, N.Y. (WENY) --  The polls are open. On the ballot: Building Our Future Now --the $94.5 million dollar Capital Project proposed by the Horseheads Central School District. "This makes the possibility of a future for Horseheads and it's in their hands to decide if they'll make that investment," says Superintendent Dr. Thomas Douglas. Originally pitched as Horseheads 2030, the project would include improvements to both the district's educational programs and p...

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Politics in Two - Voter Turnout Video included

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(WENY) - WENY Political Analyst is talking about voter turnout trends in this week's Politics in Two segment.

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Corning celebrates Northside revitalization Video included

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CORNING, NY (WENY) - The City of Corning is celebrating efforts to revitalize the city's Northside. City officials, the Gaffer District, and other community partners gathered at the public greenspace on Bridge Street Tuesday to reflect on the progress made in brightening up the Northside. Projects completed in the last few years include renovation of the old Harley Davidson building, new murals at Captain Morgan's and Bridge Street Brewery, Corning Museum of Glass's $64 million expa...

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Elmira Woman and Nunda Man Charged With Production Of Child Pornography

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A woman from Elmira could face 15 to 30 years behind bars for her part in a child pornography ring. 

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Researchers discover vulnerability affecting Wi-Fi security

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Security researchers have discovered a Wi-Fi network vulnerability that could allow attackers to steal sensitive information or spread malicious software while someone is logged into a computer or mobile device. 

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Running out of options: Puerto Rican residents tap into known contaminated water sources Video included

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While it may not be known to all residents, people in the town of Dorado, Puerto Rico are tapping into water sources federally designated by the EPA as contaminated. 

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Chemung County close to finalizing sale of former Sikorsky Building Video included

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BIG FLATS, NY (WENY) - Chemung County is close to finalizing a deal to sell the former Sikorsky Building in Big Flats.  It’s been vacant for five year after Sikorsky Aircraft closed its Big Flats operation. The county is close to finishing a deal with Micatu to sell the facility for $2.8 million. The manufacturer makes optics-based sensors. It currently calls Airport Corporate Park its home. Chemung County Executive Tom Santulli says they’re waiting on ap... More>>

New York state aims to increase organ donation

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York state is taking steps to make it easier to sign up as an organ donor. Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a new executive order Monday directing state agencies to work to make it easier to enroll on the state's Donate Life Registry, the list of organ donors. The order also directs officials to offer the choice of signing up whenever New Yorkers apply for state services or benefits. The state is also revamping the registry enrollment website to make it... More>>

Krusen announces campaign for Chemung County Executive

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ELMIRA, NY (WENY) - Deputy County Executive Mike Krusen has announced he's running for Chemung County Executive in 2018. Krusen has served as a member of many community agency boards. He's held the Deputy County Executive since 200. He's also served as President of Southern Tier Economic Growth since 2015. Current County Executive, Tom Santulli, is retiring at the end of his term in December 2018.

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PetSmart Donates 40,000 Pounds of Pet Food to Food Bank Video included

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PetSmart is donating pet food to food banks across the country as part of a national campaign, and that includes the food bank of the Southern Tier.   

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Elmira Police investigating reported stabbing on W. 3rd Street

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ELMIRA, NY (WENY) - Elmira Police are investigating a reported stabbing on West 3rd Street. Officers responded to the 400 block of West 3rd Street late Saturday night for a reported disturbance involving a knife. Witnesses at the scene told police two black men had been fighting in front of a home. One witness said she saw one of the men stab the other. According to the witness, the two men separated and left the area shortly after. Elmira Police located the man who had been stabbed... More>>

First responder softball tournament raises $4,000 for Food Bank

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ITHACA, NY (WENY) - The Annual First Responder Charity Softball Tournament in Ithaca raised more than $4,000 for the Food Bank of the Southern Tier. The annual tournament was held back in September. Ithaca Fire beat out Bang Ambulance to play against the Ithaca Police in the championship game. The Ithaca Police took home the trophy for the third year in a row. All of the proceeds are being donated to the Food Bank of the Southern Tier. The money will supply over 9,000 meals to neigh... More>>

Gas Prices Continue to Fall

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HORSEHEADS, NY (WENY) --  Good news for drivers this Monday. The national average for a gallon of gas continues to drop. According to AAA the average price per gallon dropped $0.02  since last week. That brings the national price to $2.47 per gallon. In New York, the price has gone down $0.03, now costing $2.67 a gallon. In penPennsylvania drivers can expect to pay $0.04 less, with an average price of $2.637 per gallon. More>>

Sen. John McCain to be Awarded Liberty Medal

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U.S. Sen. John McCain is this year's recipient of the National Constitution Center's Liberty Medal.

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Police: Search for Missing Police Diver to Continue Monday

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Police in upstate New York say the search for a missing Buffalo Police Department diver is no longer a rescue mission. 

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New York Experts to Support California's Firefighting Efforts

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Governor Andrew Cuomo is sending twenty employees and volunteers from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to California to help crews battling the massive wildfires. 

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  • National Drug Take Back Day 2017

    National Drug Take Back Day 2017

    Monday, October 23 2017 3:19 PM EDT2017-10-23 19:19:50 GMT

    (WENY) - Law enforcement across the Twin Tiers will participate in National Drug Take Back Day on October 28th. Community members can drop off expired, unused, or unwanted medications at the following locations between 10am and 2pm Saturday. NEW YORK Schuyler County: Tyrone Fire Station (3600 State Route 226)  Odessa Fire Station (300 East Main Street) Tioga County: CASA-Trinity (6 McMaster Street, Owego) Steuben County: Steuben County Public Safety Building (707...

    (WENY) - Law enforcement across the Twin Tiers will participate in National Drug Take Back Day on October 28th. Community members can drop off expired, unused, or unwanted medications at the following locations between 10am and 2pm Saturday. NEW YORK Schuyler County: Tyrone Fire Station (3600 State Route 226)  Odessa Fire Station (300 East Main Street) Tioga County: CASA-Trinity (6 McMaster Street, Owego) Steuben County: Steuben County Public Safety Building (707...

  • Elmira High School Starts Academy of Finance Program in Curriculum

    Elmira High School Starts Academy of Finance Program in Curriculum

    Monday, October 23 2017 1:48 PM EDT2017-10-23 17:48:00 GMT
    Elmira, NY (WENY) -- The Academy of Finance here at the Elmira High School is aimed at helping kids find their future  careers and also preparing them for their adult life. The Academy of Finance, part of the National Academy Foundation Network Has started classes at Elmira High School.  Students accepted into the program take classes focused on the finance industry. Cheryl Sweeney, business teacher and co-founder of the Elmira High School program says "they[the stude...
    Elmira, NY (WENY) -- The Academy of Finance here at the Elmira High School is aimed at helping kids find their future  careers and also preparing them for their adult life. The Academy of Finance, part of the National Academy Foundation Network Has started classes at Elmira High School.  Students accepted into the program take classes focused on the finance industry. Cheryl Sweeney, business teacher and co-founder of the Elmira High School program says "they[the stude...
  • 2017 Trick or Treat Hours in the Twin Tiers

    2017 Trick or Treat Hours in the Twin Tiers

    Monday, October 23 2017 1:11 PM EDT2017-10-23 17:11:04 GMT

    Below are the trick-or-treat times for communities across the Twin Tiers for 2017. This list will change as more municipalities are added; please check back often for updates. 

    Below are the trick-or-treat times for communities across the Twin Tiers for 2017. This list will change as more municipalities are added; please check back often for updates. 

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  • Senate eyes House budget plan that's short of what it wanted

    Senate eyes House budget plan that's short of what it wanted

    Monday, October 23 2017 10:20 AM EDT2017-10-23 14:20:35 GMT
    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Amid a four-month budget standoff, the Pennsylvania Senate is returning to the Capitol to confront a House budget-balancing plan that falls well short of what Senate leaders and Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf had sought.      Monday's session day could start a long week for senators.      The budget fight largely revolves around the size of a tax increase to help plug Pennsylvania's deficit-riddled finances. That's pitting Wolf and the Se...
    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Amid a four-month budget standoff, the Pennsylvania Senate is returning to the Capitol to confront a House budget-balancing plan that falls well short of what Senate leaders and Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf had sought.      Monday's session day could start a long week for senators.      The budget fight largely revolves around the size of a tax increase to help plug Pennsylvania's deficit-riddled finances. That's pitting Wolf and the Se...
  • New Legislation Delivers Health Benefits to Volunteer Firefighters

    New Legislation Delivers Health Benefits to Volunteer Firefighters

    Monday, October 23 2017 7:48 AM EDT2017-10-23 11:48:00 GMT

    Volunteer firefighters across the state will soon be eligible for tax-free disability and death benefits. 

    Volunteer firefighters across the state will soon be eligible for tax-free disability and death benefits. 

  • Schumer Takes Fight Against GOP Tax Plan to Western NY

    Schumer Takes Fight Against GOP Tax Plan to Western NY

    Monday, October 23 2017 7:33 AM EDT2017-10-23 11:33:53 GMT

    Sen. Chuck Schumer is taking the tax battle in Congress to western New York.

    Sen. Chuck Schumer is taking the tax battle in Congress to western New York.

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  • Twin Tiers Football GOTW Week 9 Preview: Tioga vs. Notre Dame

    Twin Tiers Football GOTW Week 9 Preview: Tioga vs. Notre Dame

    WENY Sports Director Jenna Harner was live from Tioga for our Twin Tiers Football Game of The Week. She broke down the Class D quarterfinal matchup between the Tigers and the Notre Dame Crusaders.

    WENY Sports Director Jenna Harner was live from Tioga for our Twin Tiers Football Game of The Week. She broke down the Class D quarterfinal matchup between the Tigers and the Notre Dame Crusaders.

  • Athens Cruises Past Canton

    Athens Cruises Past Canton

    Athens Football took down Canton 37-19 at Athens Area High School on Friday night. Senior running back Zach Jayne rushed for two touchdowns in the first quarter to help lead the Wildcats to victory. 

    Athens Football took down Canton 37-19 at Athens Area High School on Friday night. Senior running back Zach Jayne rushed for two touchdowns in the first quarter to help lead the Wildcats to victory. 

  • Wolverines Football Falls To Spartans In Class B Quarterfinal

    Wolverines Football Falls To Spartans In Class B Quarterfinal

    Waverly Football headed out to Maine Endwell to try to take down the Spartans and advance to the Class B Semifinals. M-E came out victorious on the night, as they beat the Wolverines 38-12.

    Waverly Football headed out to Maine Endwell to try to take down the Spartans and advance to the Class B Semifinals. M-E came out victorious on the night, as they beat the Wolverines 38-12.


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