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NY Launches Women's Vote Centennial Project for Schools

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The Cuomo administration is inviting teachers across New York to enter a competition to develop classroom projects and activities to commemorate the 100th anniversary of women securing the right to vote in the state. New York voters approved a woman's right to vote in November 1917, three years before the 19th amendment granted the same right to women nationally. To mark the state's upcoming centennial, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and  Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul have ... More>>

Fun Fall Schedule for Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes

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With fall quickly approaching, there's no end in sight to the family fun officials in Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes have in store.  

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Elmira's Public Arts Commission kick-starts Adopt a Hydrant program Video included

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Elmira's newly formed Public Arts Commission is kick-starting its first public arts project called Adopt a Hydrant! 

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'NY Thursdays' program brings local food to students' lunch tables Video included

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TIOGA CENTER, N.Y. (WENY) -- It's called New York Thursdays. And it's the empire state's first 100% locally sourced lunch program. On Thursday, the Tioga Central School District kicked off the program's launch, utilizing farms from across the state. "we have 3,600 hundred farms in upstate [New York]. Think about the number of school districts and think about where those farms are," says State Agriculture Commissioner Richard Ball. "They're literally part of the social...

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Bradford Co. Business Leaders Voice Concerns To Governor Wolf During Round-Table Discussion Video included

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Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf made a rare visit to Bradford County Thursday morning to listen to the needs and concerns of local business leaders.

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Elmira man arrested on federal child porn charges

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ELMIRA, NY (WENY) - An Elmira man has been arrested on federal child porn charges. Taylor Sullivan, 20, has been arrested and charged with possession of child pornography. According to the Assistant U.S. Attorney, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children received a report in March of 2017 from the social networking website "Skout.com" that Sullivan received child pornography on its site. The report also alleged that Sullivan uploaded several images of differen...

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Elmira man sentenced in federal court for witness tampering

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According to the Western New York District U.S. Attorney's Office, 28-year-old Isaiah McLaurin was sentenced to 57 months in prison.

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Prosecutor finds no wrongdoing in fuel card investigation

Sheriff Moss (L), Deputy County Exec. Krusen (R) Sheriff Moss (L), Deputy County Exec. Krusen (R)
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ELMIRA, NY (WENY) - The Steuben County District Attorney has concluded the Deputy Chemung County Executive's use of a county fuel card was lawful. Back in May, the Chemung County Sheriff's Office announced it was investigating Deputy County Executive Mike Krusen's use of a county-issued fuel card. Sheriff Christopher Moss accused Krusen of racking up almost $2,500 in fuel charges against county policy last year.  Steuben County District Attorney Brooks Baker says his investigat...

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Counties urge residents to go "car-lite"

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ELMIRA, NY (WENY) - Four counties are challenging residents to go "car-lite" starting Friday. Friday marks the annual international event Car Free Day. It encourages drivers to leave their cars at home for a day.  This year, Chemung, Cortland, Schuyler, and Steuben counties are partnering on the Car-Lite challenge. They acknowledge it's difficult to go completely car-free if you live in a  rural area. Officials are urging residents to drive less, replacing trips ... More>>

Former Millport treasurer arrested for allegedly stealing funds

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MILLPORT, NY (WENY) - The former Village of Millport Treasurer has been arrested for allegedly stealing public funds. According to New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, Dawn Haverley stole more than $4,000 in public funds. She's charged with 3rd degree Grand Larceny. Haverley was arraigned in Veteran Town Justice Court and released under Chemung County's Project for Bail. The former Millport treasurer was appointed to her position in 2006. Haverley was suspended in November 20...

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Arc Of Steuben To Hold Art Fundraiser Video included

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The Arc of Steuben is hosting a new fundraiser, Art for the Arc, raising important funds for the organization.

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"Death Wish Coffee Co." recalls Nitro Brew cans

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(WENY) - Death Wish Coffee Co. is recalling its Nitro Brew cans over the potential for a deadly toxin. Death Wish, in conjunction with an outside Process Authority, has determined the current process could lead to the growth and production of the deadly toxin, botulin, in certain conditions. Botulism is a potentially fatal form of food poisoning. Symptoms include general weakness, dizziness, double-vision, and trouble with speaking or swallowing. Difficulty in breathing, weakness of ... More>>

Elmira Police respond to two overnight shootings

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ELMIRA, NY (WENY) - Elmira police responded to two overnight shootings. Around 11:50pm Wednesday, officers responded to a report of gunshots around the 300 block of W. First Street. When they arrived on scene, they found a man bleeding from his hand. The man appeared to have been shot in the hand. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Officers spoke with several people who were still on the scene. All refused to provide any information to police. The victim also refused to ... More>>

Cornell Student Facing Assault Charges

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The alumni board of a Cornell University fraternity says, its Psi Upsilon chapter will no longer be allowed on campus.

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Google is Paying $1 Billion for HTC's Smartphone Brains

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The U.S. search giant said Thursday it will pay $1.1 billion to get its hands on smartphone expertise from struggling Taiwanese manufacturer HTC. 

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Man convicted in sex assault of 6 girls gets 30 to 87 years

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A Pennsylvania man convicted of sexually assaulting six girls from the same family, fathering two children with one of them, has been sentenced to 30 to 87 years in prison.

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Large Police Presence in the City of Elmira

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We're working to learn more about a large police presence in the city of Elmira. 

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Horseheads restaurant, "Mustang Sally's", set to close

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The restaurant made the announcement via its Facebook page.

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E.O.P. holding free Entrepreneurial Boot Camp workshops Video included

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Elmira's Economic Opportunity Program, in conjunction with Incubator Works, held an Entrepreneurial Boot Camp Wednesday night.   It's a series of workshops for people in the community who are business owners, or would like to start their own company.  

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Elmira business unveils finished mural Video included

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The mural commissioned by a local business to celebrate their major milestone has been finished. Howell Liberatore and Associates came up with the idea to have a mural painted on their office to celebrate seventy-five years.

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Federal drug raids in Binghamton also net Waverly man

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SOUTHERN TIER (WENY) - A Waverly man was arrested in one of several drug raids in Broome and Tioga Counties. Robert Patton, 41, is charged with 2nd degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance. He was sent to the Tioga County Jail. Authorities seized about 3.5 pounds of crystal meth, 2 ounces of cocaine, $50,000 cash, an inactive meth lab, scales, packaging materials, a pickup truck, and metal knuckles. Patton was one of 10 people arrested Wednesday in what authorities say ... More>>

9th Annual Alley Art Project Complete! Video included

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Corning, NY (WENY) -- The 9th annual Alley Art Project is finally complete! The Mural Embodies what their students believe family means to them. Gigi Alvare, Director of Education at The Rockwell Museum says "it is a way for students to connect to the community in which they live, a way for them to tap into personal ideas and who they are, and to make their identity visible in corning." 

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Nonprofits collaborate to teach at-risk kids with "Steam Ahead" program Video included

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ELMIRA (WENY) -- A collaborative effort known as the STEAM Ahead Program has just kicked off. Starting this month, the year-long program is providing a unique education to Chemung County's at-risk youth.       The topic -- birds "Our part is talking about birds and flight and the natural history of birds," says Elaine Spacher, Executive Director of Tanglewood Nature Center--one of eight participating nonprofits. 'The kids will [also] get to come up here in th... More>>

Second person indicted in connection to Horseheads heroin sales

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A second person has been indicted in connection to the Horseheads Deputy Fire Chief's arrest for allegedly selling heroin in the Town of Horseheads.  The Chemung County District Attorney's Office announced on Wednesday a Grand Jury has indicted 44-year-old Keough Hallock on three counts Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the 3rd degree. 

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Elmira-Corning airport getting $10.5 million in federal funding

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ELMIRA, NY (WENY) - The Elmira-Corning Regional Airport is getting $10.5 million in federal funding. The money will cover the first phase of the passenger terminal building renovations. That includes demolition of the eastern half of the terminal building, construction of the passenger departure lounge, public circulation space, inbound baggage handling system, and general site and utility renovations. “Keeping our airports in top-notch shape is crucial to attracting business ... More>>

Chemung Canal To Host Free Shredding Events Video included

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Chemung Canal Trust Company will be hosting free shredding events during September and October at two of the bank's Chemung County branch offices.

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3 suspects used obits to steal from cars at funeral homes

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Authorities say they've arrested three people who used obituaries to plan out thefts of items left in vehicles parked at western New York funeral homes.

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Fraternity at Cornell to close amid black student beating probe

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A national fraternity says it will close its Cornell University chapter in the wake of an investigation into an attack against a black student by a white student that police say may have been racially motivated.

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Public Invited To Entrepreneurial Boot Camp Wednesday Evening

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\A program series aimed at building entrepreneurial skills is happening in Elmira Wednesday evening.

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Fiat Chrysler Recalls Nearly 500,000 Pickup Trucks Due to Fire Risk

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Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 500,000 pickup trucks over a possible fire risk. 

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New York invests $69M in upgrades for local water systems

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New York state is making a $69 million investment in local water and sewer projects.

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Rochester Professor in Sexual Misconduct Complaint on Leave

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The University of Rochester has placed a professor on leave and launched an independent investigation into the school's handling of sexual misconduct accusations against him.

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Tenants speak out after meth lab fire damages home

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Residents who lived in an Elmira apartment that caught fire due to a meth lab explosion on Sunday are speaking out. Elmira police say the building on 604 and 606 West Water Street caught fire due to a meth lab explosion in an upstairs apartment. 

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Area lawmakers hold community meetings

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State and local representatives met with constituents to talk about issues they face in the Southern Tier Senator Tom O'Mara and Assemblyman Phil Palmesano held a community meeting in Erin Tuesday evening to listen to issues. 

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Politics in Two - Political Polarization Video included

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(WENY) - WENY Political Analyst Dr. Jim Twombly is here to talk about political polarization in this weeks "Politics in Two" segment. More>>

Wayland man facing felony sex charges after violating release

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BATH (WENY) --  A Wayland man is back behind bars after police say he violated conditions of his pre-trial release. According to the Steuben County Sheriff's Office, 19-year-old Jonathan Dow allegedly was charged with felony promoting obscene sex performance of a child and felony disseminating undecent material to a minor. Dow was arraigned in Steuben County Court. He was sent to the Steuben County Jail on $5,000 cash bail. He will reappear in Erwin Town Court on October 4th. More>>

Elmira College Gives Back on Mountain Day Video included

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Elmira, NY (WENY) -- Elmira College traded in their books today to help feed kids in the southern tier. Sarah Hammer, Employer Relations Specialist at Elmira College says "the whole spirit of the Mountain Day tradition on campus is really just building that community connection between students, staff, faculty, and everyone really coming together so we thought that it would be the perfect pair to work with some community partners." Organizers added a service aspect to this... More>>

Ithaca man charged in alleged racially-motivated assault

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ITHACA (WENY) -- An Ithaca man has been charged in connection to an alleged racially-motivated assault. On Friday, officers responded to an incident in the 300 block of Eddy Street. Upon arrival, they discovered 19-year-old John Greenwood had assaulted another man during an altercation.  Greenwood has been charged with Assault in the Third Degree. Police say further charges are pending.  The investigation is ongoing, including whether or not the assault was based on racia... More>>

Fiat Chrysler recalling 494,417 Ram trucks for safety issue

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DETROIT (AP) — Fiat Chrysler is recalling almost half a million Ram heavy-duty pickups and medium-duty trucks because their water pumps could be defective. The recall involves Ram 2500 and 3500 pickups and Ram 3500, 4500 and 5500 chassis cabs from the 2013 to 2017 model years. All 494,417 of the vehicles involved have 6.7-liter engines. Most of the trucks were sold in the U.S., but 46,220 are in Canada and 4,485 are in other markets. Fiat Chrysler says a water pump bearing ca... More>>

Cuomo: majority of NYS colleges, universities Title IX compliant

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NEW YORK (WENY) - The majority of colleges and universities in New York state are compliant with Title IX protections. Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the results of a statewide review of compliance under the "Enough is Enough" law Tuesday. He says 95 schools met Title Ix and "Enough is Enough" requirements. 29 schools were found to be non-compliant and 120 were found to be mostly compliant. "In New York, we know that sexual assault is a crime, and we will ... More>>

Driver involved in NYS trooper Foglia crash pleads guilty

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The man accused of seriously injured a state trooper in an accident on I-86 in Campbell earlier this year has plead guilty to traffic violations. He's accused of rear-ending New York State Trooper Craig Foglia's cruiser in May. 

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Horseheads Fire Dept. Deputy Chief indicted for alleged heroin sales Video included

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The Chemung County Sheriff's Office has arrested 43-year-old Thomas Margeson after a 10 month investigation into the sale of heroin in the Town of Horseheads, Horseheads Village Manager confirms Margeson served as the Deputy Fire Chief and is now suspended. 

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Algae blooms confirmed in parts of Seneca Lake

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SENECA LAKE (WENY) - The Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association says blue-green algae has been found in Seneca Lake. Eleven water samples were taken from the north and east shore of Seneca Lake by SLPWA volunteers and taken to Hobart and William Smith College's Finger Lakes Institute for testing. All of the samples tested above the threshold for harmful algae blooms. This is the third year in a row that cyanobacteria has been confirmed in Seneca Lake. There were three confirmed occurre... More>>

David Perry indicted on 37 burglary charges

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BATH, NY (WENY) - David Perry has been indicted on 37 burglary charges in Steuben County. Perry is charged with 37 counts of 2nd degree burglary. He's accused of unlawfully entering and staying in a home in Painted Post with the intent to commit a crime. According to the Steuben County District Attorney, it happened multiple times between February and April of 2017. A three-month investigation began in April when a Painted Post woman reported to Village police that a man she had bee... More>>

Chemung Co. Executive Santulli Receives Distinguished Service Award

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Chemung County Executive Tom Santulli is being recognized by his government peers for his service to the state's county government.

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Local Lawmakers Holding Community Meetings Tuesday Evening

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Three local politicians are holding community meetings around Chemung County to listen to concerns and suggestions from constituents.

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Fall foliage could be bright in NY, says Cornell professor

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A Cornell University professor says this could be a good year for colorful fall foliage in the region.

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Trooper in charge of 2015 NY prison escape manhunt writes book

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The law enforcement officer who led the effort to find two murderers who escaped from a maximum-security New York state prison in 2015 has written a book about his experience.

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Hurricane Maria Back at Category 5 as it Barrels Toward Puerto Rico

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Hurricane Maria, making its first landfall as a Category 5 storm, has blasted Dominica with "widespread devastation," according to the prime minister of the Caribbean island nation.

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Wolf Sees Downgrade Without Budget Deal Soon

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Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf says it's urgent that he and state lawmakers end a fight over patching a $2 billion budget deficit to avoid a downgrade to Pennsylvania's battered credit rating. 

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Toys "R' Us files for bankruptcy

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The company runs approximately 1,600 "Toys 'R' Us" and "Babies 'R' Us" stores across the country. Despite the announcement, the company says "the vast majority" of those locations are profitable.

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Big Flats Orange Leaf location set to close

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The business, which is right across the street from the Arnot mall, made the announcement on their Facebook page.

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Local business commissions mural to celebrate 75 years Video included

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Howell Liberatore and Associates, INC. (HLA) is celebrating its seventy-fifth anniversary in a big way. "I've been commissioned to do an old-style wall painting and I'm just pushing paint into the bricks," said sign painter, Gibbs Connors. 

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Horseheads man facing drug charge after ten-month investigation

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HORSEHEADS, NY (WENY) - A Horseheads man is facing a drug charge after a ten-month investigation. Thomas Margeson, 43, is charged with 3rd degree Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance. He was indicted by a Chemung County Grand Jury. The charges stem from a ten-month long investigation into the sale of heroin in the Town of Horseheads by the Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division. Margeson is being held in the Chemung County Jail pending further court proceedings.

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Chemung Landfill Resolution Benefits Video included

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Elmira, NY (WENY) -- With The Excess Solid Waste Agreement approved Chemung County Officials ensure that the program is safe and will benefit the county. A one-time addition of 150,000 tons of waste will be allocated to the 180,000 tons accepted annually through this agreement. Officials say that the extra waste will not effect the county and that the landfill is prepared for the amount. Tom Santulli, Chemung County Executive says "this is a one-time shot a good chance to pick ... More>>

Cornell President outlines steps to make university more inclusive

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ITHACA, NY (WENY) - Cornell University's President is outlining steps the school is taking to be a more "inclusive and welcoming university." The statement comes after an incident Friday night where racial slurs were allegedly heard during a fight between several Cornell students. Related: Ithaca Police investigating possible hate crime  According to President Martha Pollack, Cornell has been working to develop and enhance programs that support diversity and inclusio... More>>

Wegmans named one of the best workplaces for women

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ROCHESTER, NY (WENY) - Wegmans has been named one of the best companies for women to work at. The Rochester-based grocery chain ranked 7th on Fortune's "100 Best Workplaces for Women" list. The make the list, Fortune partner "Great Place to Work" surveyed more than 400,000 women at companies across the country. It ranked the companies based on four factors.  The first was "great place to work" metrics, like ethical leadership, great benefits, and ... More>>

Tioga County Credit Card Debt Lowest In New York

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A new report by financial technology company SmartAsset says Tioga County has the lowest credit card debt in New York State.

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Spencer Woman Arrested On Assault, Burglary Charges

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A Spencer woman is behind bars after allegedly breaking into a person's home and hitting the victim in the head with a metal pipe.

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Elmira Man Charged With Attempted Murder Following July Incident

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An Elmira man arrested in early July after allegedly firing shots inside an Allen Street home, and then at police officers, has been charged with two counts of 1st Degree Attempted Murder, and two counts of Attempted Aggravated Assault upon a Police Officer, among other charges.

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Police arrest more than 80 amid violent St. Louis protests

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Hundreds of riot police mobilized in downtown St. Louis overnight, arresting more than 80 people and seizing weapons amid reports of property damage and vandalism following another day of peaceful protests over a former police officer’s acquittal in the killing of a black man.

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Trump’s week anchored by speech to UN General Assembly

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President Donald Trump is making his debut at the United Nations and taking his complaints about the world body straight to the source.

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  • Fun Fall Schedule for Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes

    Fun Fall Schedule for Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes

    Friday, September 22 2017 2:27 AM EDT2017-09-22 06:27:43 GMT

    With fall quickly approaching, there's no end in sight to the family fun officials in Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes have in store.  

    With fall quickly approaching, there's no end in sight to the family fun officials in Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes have in store.  

  • Elmira's Public Arts Commission kick-starts Adopt a Hydrant program

    Elmira's Public Arts Commission kick-starts Adopt a Hydrant program

    Thursday, September 21 2017 10:47 PM EDT2017-09-22 02:47:41 GMT

    Elmira's newly formed Public Arts Commission is kick-starting its first public arts project called Adopt a Hydrant! 

    Elmira's newly formed Public Arts Commission is kick-starting its first public arts project called Adopt a Hydrant! 

  • 'NY Thursdays' program brings local food to students' lunch tables

    'NY Thursdays' program brings local food to students' lunch tables

    Thursday, September 21 2017 6:03 PM EDT2017-09-21 22:03:47 GMT

    TIOGA CENTER, N.Y. (WENY) -- It's called New York Thursdays. And it's the empire state's first 100% locally sourced lunch program. On Thursday, the Tioga Central School District kicked off the program's launch, utilizing farms from across the state. "we have 3,600 hundred farms in upstate [New York]. Think about the number of school districts and think about where those farms are," says State Agriculture Commissioner Richard Ball. "They're literally part of the social...

    TIOGA CENTER, N.Y. (WENY) -- It's called New York Thursdays. And it's the empire state's first 100% locally sourced lunch program. On Thursday, the Tioga Central School District kicked off the program's launch, utilizing farms from across the state. "we have 3,600 hundred farms in upstate [New York]. Think about the number of school districts and think about where those farms are," says State Agriculture Commissioner Richard Ball. "They're literally part of the social...

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  • 'NY Thursdays' program brings local food to students' lunch tables

    'NY Thursdays' program brings local food to students' lunch tables

    Thursday, September 21 2017 6:03 PM EDT2017-09-21 22:03:47 GMT

    TIOGA CENTER, N.Y. (WENY) -- It's called New York Thursdays. And it's the empire state's first 100% locally sourced lunch program. On Thursday, the Tioga Central School District kicked off the program's launch, utilizing farms from across the state. "we have 3,600 hundred farms in upstate [New York]. Think about the number of school districts and think about where those farms are," says State Agriculture Commissioner Richard Ball. "They're literally part of the social...

    TIOGA CENTER, N.Y. (WENY) -- It's called New York Thursdays. And it's the empire state's first 100% locally sourced lunch program. On Thursday, the Tioga Central School District kicked off the program's launch, utilizing farms from across the state. "we have 3,600 hundred farms in upstate [New York]. Think about the number of school districts and think about where those farms are," says State Agriculture Commissioner Richard Ball. "They're literally part of the social...

  • Cornell Student Facing Assault Charges

    Cornell Student Facing Assault Charges

    Thursday, September 21 2017 7:51 AM EDT2017-09-21 11:51:16 GMT

    The alumni board of a Cornell University fraternity says, its Psi Upsilon chapter will no longer be allowed on campus.

    The alumni board of a Cornell University fraternity says, its Psi Upsilon chapter will no longer be allowed on campus.

  • Man convicted in sex assault of 6 girls gets 30 to 87 years

    Man convicted in sex assault of 6 girls gets 30 to 87 years

    Thursday, September 21 2017 7:31 AM EDT2017-09-21 11:31:29 GMT

    A Pennsylvania man convicted of sexually assaulting six girls from the same family, fathering two children with one of them, has been sentenced to 30 to 87 years in prison.

    A Pennsylvania man convicted of sexually assaulting six girls from the same family, fathering two children with one of them, has been sentenced to 30 to 87 years in prison.

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  • "Death Wish Coffee Co." recalls Nitro Brew cans

    "Death Wish Coffee Co." recalls Nitro Brew cans

    Thursday, September 21 2017 11:27 AM EDT2017-09-21 15:27:10 GMT
    (WENY) - Death Wish Coffee Co. is recalling its Nitro Brew cans over the potential for a deadly toxin. Death Wish, in conjunction with an outside Process Authority, has determined the current process could lead to the growth and production of the deadly toxin, botulin, in certain conditions. Botulism is a potentially fatal form of food poisoning. Symptoms include general weakness, dizziness, double-vision, and trouble with speaking or swallowing. Difficulty in breathing, weakness of ...
    (WENY) - Death Wish Coffee Co. is recalling its Nitro Brew cans over the potential for a deadly toxin. Death Wish, in conjunction with an outside Process Authority, has determined the current process could lead to the growth and production of the deadly toxin, botulin, in certain conditions. Botulism is a potentially fatal form of food poisoning. Symptoms include general weakness, dizziness, double-vision, and trouble with speaking or swallowing. Difficulty in breathing, weakness of ...
  • Google is Paying $1 Billion for HTC's Smartphone Brains

    Google is Paying $1 Billion for HTC's Smartphone Brains

    Thursday, September 21 2017 7:42 AM EDT2017-09-21 11:42:16 GMT

    The U.S. search giant said Thursday it will pay $1.1 billion to get its hands on smartphone expertise from struggling Taiwanese manufacturer HTC. 

    The U.S. search giant said Thursday it will pay $1.1 billion to get its hands on smartphone expertise from struggling Taiwanese manufacturer HTC. 

  • Death toll in Mexico's earthquake rises, rescue attempts continue

    Death toll in Mexico's earthquake rises, rescue attempts continue

    Wednesday, September 20 2017 5:55 AM EDT2017-09-20 09:55:09 GMT
    A sea of rescuers in hard hats and masks continue to descend upon the streets searching for survivors after a deadly earthquake struck in Central Mexico.
    A sea of rescuers in hard hats and masks continue to descend upon the streets searching for survivors after a deadly earthquake struck in Central Mexico.
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  • Blue Raiders Tie Wildcats in NY/PA Matchup

    Blue Raiders Tie Wildcats in NY/PA Matchup

    The Horseheads Blue Raiders traveled across the border to Pennsylvania as they took on the Athens Wildcats. It was a back and forth battle that would end in a 3-3 tie. 

    The Horseheads Blue Raiders traveled across the border to Pennsylvania as they took on the Athens Wildcats. It was a back and forth battle that would end in a 3-3 tie. 

  • Express and Hawks Battle To Stalemate

    Express and Hawks Battle To Stalemate

    The Corning Hawks and the Elmira Express played to a stalemate in Corning on Thursday night. Both teams had solid chances and carried momentum throughout the match, but this one would end scoreless. 

    The Corning Hawks and the Elmira Express played to a stalemate in Corning on Thursday night. Both teams had solid chances and carried momentum throughout the match, but this one would end scoreless. 

  • Player Profile: Elmira OL Dan Fedor

    Player Profile: Elmira OL Dan Fedor

    WENY Sports' Kevin Case profiles Elmira Football senior Dan Fedor. Fedor is an offensive lineman, and has committed to play Division I Football at the University of Buffalo next year. Elmira will host Horseheads in WENY's Twin Tiers Football game of the week on Saturday. 

    WENY Sports' Kevin Case profiles Elmira Football senior Dan Fedor. Fedor is an offensive lineman, and has committed to play Division I Football at the University of Buffalo next year. Elmira will host Horseheads in WENY's Twin Tiers Football game of the week on Saturday. 

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  • Blue Raiders Tie Wildcats in NY/PA Matchup

    Blue Raiders Tie Wildcats in NY/PA Matchup

    The Horseheads Blue Raiders traveled across the border to Pennsylvania as they took on the Athens Wildcats. It was a back and forth battle that would end in a 3-3 tie. 

    The Horseheads Blue Raiders traveled across the border to Pennsylvania as they took on the Athens Wildcats. It was a back and forth battle that would end in a 3-3 tie. 

  • Express and Hawks Battle To Stalemate

    Express and Hawks Battle To Stalemate

    The Corning Hawks and the Elmira Express played to a stalemate in Corning on Thursday night. Both teams had solid chances and carried momentum throughout the match, but this one would end scoreless. 

    The Corning Hawks and the Elmira Express played to a stalemate in Corning on Thursday night. Both teams had solid chances and carried momentum throughout the match, but this one would end scoreless. 

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