WENY is seeking to resolve negotiation with DirecTV

Elmira Exploring Bulk Electricity Purchasing Program

There will be two information sessions Monday April 3rd, in Elmira City Hall. >>

Police Release More Info on Missing Judge

Pennsylvania police are taking to the air as the search intensifies for a 91-year-old federal judge reported missing from his home. >>

No Deal Yet on NYS Budget

Top lawmakers say there's still no deal on a state budget for New York state as a key deadline approaches. >>

"High In Plain Sight": Seminar About Teenage Drug, Alcohol Use

It runs from 6:00 - 7:30 PM Wednesday in the Bath Haverling High School Auditorium. >>

Man Charged With Forcible Touching in Addison

Police have arrested Gary L. Loucks Sr. >>

Groton Athlete Wins Three Medals At Special Olympic World Games

Kinsey Henry, of Groton, competed in the women's snowshoeing events. >>

Ithaca’s Youngest Police Officer Honored In California

Officer Colin was named Honorary Chief of the Day for the Orange Police Department. >>

Missing Elmira Teen Found Safe

Elmira Police say Alexis Castle has been found safe and unharmed >>

Local Arc Organization Reacts to Increased Funding

For months, Arc organizations across New York have been calling upon Governor Cuomo to increase funding for their direct care staff. On Tuesday, their calls were finally answered. >>

Grad Student Union Vote too Close to Call

A vote this week by Cornell University graduate student workers over whether to unionize is too close to call. >>

State Funding For Emergency Communications Systems

Several Southern Tier counties will be receiving state funding to support local emergency communications systems. >>

Schuyler County Farmstand Robbery

Tammi Mcllwain and her husband run a maple syrup stand out of their front yard where customers can buy their products and pay for them by leaving the money in a locked box. >>

Bath Community Hosts Unique Substance Abuse Prevention Program

Community organizations in Bath hold a unique substance abuse prevention program to show parents potential warning signs hiding in plain sight. >>

Watkins Glen School District Capital Project Vote Tuesday

Polls will be open from noon to 8:00 PM Tuesday. >>

Corning Community College To Host Annual Job Fair Thursday

Nearly 80 employers from a variety of fields will be there. >>

Former Japanese Prime Minister to Speak at Cornell Tuesday

Naoto Kan will give a lecture on nuclear power, the Fukushima disaster and renewable energy. >>

Police Searching For Missing Elmira Teen

Officials say Alexis Castle, 17, has been missing since March 2, 2017. >>

Parolee Banned From Elmira, Arrested In Elmira

A Rochester man was arrested after allegedly being found in Elmira with a large amount of cash, and drugs. >>

Baby Care Centers Coming to NYS Fair

Parents who bring their young children to the New York State Fair will now have special areas to clean, feed and care for the tykes. >>

Opening Statements Set For Frein Trial

Jury selection is finished in the trial of a man accused of fatally shooting a state trooper and wounding another in an ambush outside their rural Pennsylvania barracks. >>

Cornell Creating Safety Rankings For Off-Campus Housing

Finding safe off-campus housing can be difficult, but Cornell University's Interim President wants to make it a little easier. >>

Steuben County Receives $500,000 Land Bank Grant

Steuben County will be seeing an improvement in some of their abandoned properties thanks to a grant from the state. >>

Arts Advocates Rally Outside Reed's Office

Members of the arts community rallied outside Congressman Tom Reed's office Tuesday. >>

Finger Lakes SPCA Rescues More Than 60 Cats

After a home was condemned last week, the Finger Lakes SPCA brought in more than 60 cats. >>

Voters Approve Watkins Glen School District Capital Project

Voters approve a district-wide $12.6 million capital improvement plan. >>

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