Big Eats for the Big Game

The Good Morning Twin Tiers crew hit the kitchen, and put together some snack suggestions for your game day parties! >>

Early Morning ATV Crash Kills Mansfield Man

Joshua Bailey, 28, of Mansfield, PA, is dead after crashing his ATV into a tree at a high rate of speed in Sullivan Township. Police say he wasn't wearing a helmet and they believe he drank alcohol before the crash. >>

Police Cracking Down On Impaired Driving this Weekend

Police will increase patrols and sobriety checkpoints on Saturday and Sunday for the big football game weekend. >>

Abnormal lead levels found in Enfield Elementary water supply

High lead levels were found in an Ithaca City School District Elementary School in August but has since gone back to a normal level. The health department says people don't need to worry. >>

Weather Makes Upcoming Maple Production A Sticky Situation

Even though many syrup producers begin to tap their trees in mid-February to mid-March, this season's unpredictable weather have put maple producers in a sticky situation. >>

New Emergency Smartphone App

When emergency situations occur, the sooner you get the information the better. The Chemung County Fire and Emergency Management department is now allowing you to do just that >>

Congressman Chris Gibson Visits the Southern Tier

A potential candidate for New York Governor visited the Southern Tier. >>

Local Doctor Discusses Post Super Bowl Concussions

Dr. Coleman is a primary care physician at Schuyler Hospital. He says soccer has the most concussions, wrestling has the most injuries and cheerleading has the most deaths. >>

Thousands Without Power in Hornell After NYSEG Sub Station Fire

The Hornell City Fire Department says they believe a transformer or breaker blew. NYSEG was on scene, and crews were installing a generator. >>

The Blind Spot - Transportation Challenges for the Visually Impaired

Carrie Hooper is speaking out on behalf of other visually impaired people, who have to solely rely on public transportation. >>

Southport Pizza Hut Donates $28K to Local Charities

A local pizzeria has donated more than $28,566 to area charities through their Raising Dough for Kids campaign. >>

Cal Harris pleads not guilty to harassment charge

Cal Harris pleads not guilty to harassment charges in Owego Town Hall. Attorney says he plans to get charges dismissed. >>

Harlem Globetrotters Postponement Update

Fans were shocked and upset when they were told the Globetrotters game was postponed as they were standing outside, waiting to get into the arena. >>

Cargill Salt Mine in Lansing Remains Inactive

Work continues to repair broken lift >>

Ice Bar Returns To Watkins Glen

Usually, attending an outdoor bar in the middle of winter doesn't sound so pleasant. But when everything, including the bar, is made out of ice, it sounds like a blast. >>

OíMara, Palmesano, Friend Host Community Meeting in Horseheads

New York Senator Tom O'Mara and Assemblymen Phil Palmesano and Chris Friend hosted the meeting, Thursday night. The purpose was to hear issues from taxpayers to create a "better government." >>

Assemblyman Chris Friend says he plans to run for re-election

Friend is the Assemblyman for 124th district, which serves the Southern Tier region. >>

Help CMOG name itís glass snow dog

The Corning Museum of Glass is asking for the community's help in naming a glass snow dog that will sit in the lobby with the glass snowman family. >>

Express Mart Robber In Court

The man accused of robbing the Express Mart on Maple Ave in Elmira last week was in court this afternoon for his Preliminary Hearing. >>

Harlem Globetrotters Game Postponed

Water on the basketball floor from ice rink cited as problem >>

Ithaca Common Council OKs "Officer Next Door" Program

On Wednesday, the Ithaca Common Council voted to allow police officers to be residents of an apartment complex in the city known for its high crime rate. >>

Food Bank of the Southern Tiers Gets $25,000 Grant

The Food Bank of the Southern Tier received a hefty donation from the Park Foundation of Ithaca. >>

Chemung Co. Historical Society Hosting Soap Carving Contest

In conjunction with the newest exhibit, Clean, the Chemung County Historical Society is hosting a soap carving competition for all ages! >>

Teens names released in Elmira Heights warehouse fire

16-year-old Steven Fenner and 16-year-old Kurtis Mayes, both of Elmira Heights, have been charged with arson for the warehouse fire in Elmira Heights. >>

Fire crews on day 3 working to put out warehouse fire

Fire crews have now been working for three days to put out a fire at a ware house in Elmira Heights. Meanwhile two teens have been arrested for arson. >>


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