Citizens Preparedness Corps Training Thursday Night

The local politicians sponsoring the workshop want people to be prepared if a natural disaster or emergency strikes. >>

Jury Finds Marquise Sutton Guilty Of First Degree Manslaughter

This morning a jury found Marquise Sutton guilty of first degree manslaughter. >>

First Arena Under New Temporary Ownership

The previous owners are out, and the Chemung County Industrial Development Agency is temporarily assuming ownership of the First Arena. >>

Elmira ranked #1 in opioid prescription abuse

An alarming new study shows Elmira, New York is ranked number one when it comes to abused opioid prescriptions. >>

Sayre Teachers' Union Filing Charges

The Sayre Teachers' Union says they are filing unfair labor practice charges against the Sayre Area School District. >>

National Drug Take Back Day is Coming

Saturday is National Drug Take Back Day, an effort to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from medicine cabinets. >>

Elmira College Responds to Vet Request for Military Honor Cords

Elmira College responds to veteran grad issue regarding wearing military honor cords. >>

HHDS Middle School Interested in School Resource Officer

Horseheads Middle School may soon be getting their own School Resource Officer. >>

White House names Cornell prison educator a ‘Champion of Change’

Cornell Prison Education Program's Executive Director Rob Scott was honored along nine other people. >>

Elmira Fire Chief Patrick Bermingham Retiring

Bermingham has spent 35 years with the department. >>

Bluestone Brewing Co Hosts Meet-and-Greet With Olmypic Shooter

A Local athlete from Northern Pennsylvania will be taking a shot at the 2016 summer Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro. Tuesday evening, the community came out to support her journey. >>

PA Presidential Primary Results County by County

In Bradford, Tioga and Potter Counties Bernie Sanders took home most of the votes. >>

Wellsboro Man Dies from Accidental Tree Cutting Incident

Police say Huck was cutting down trees with a chainsaw, when at some point he was struck by a large tree. >>

NY State Takes Aim At Invasive Species in Lakes, Rivers

New York States is taking measures to stop the spread of invasive aquatic species. >>

Marquise Sutton Trial: Jury Deliberations Begin

The jury is already deliberating after less than two days of testimony in the manslaughter trial of Marquise Sutton. >>

Small Truck Crashes into House

A small truck crashed into a house in Big Flats on Wednesday afternoon. >>

Murder Charges Announced in connection to Wayland Fire

After Wednesday's grand jury indictment, Joe and Iryn Meyers will be charged with 2 counts of Arson in the First Degree, Murder in the Second Degree, Attempted Insurance Fraud and Conspiracy. >>

CMOG Hosting Free Microscope MakerSpace for School Spring Break

Corning Museum of Glass is taking a closer look into the connection between glass and science by holding free MakerSpace activities for families during spring break. >>

Corrections Officer Accused of Stealing $38K

The former Five Points Correction Facility corrections officer is charged with two counts of third degree grand larceny and five counts of offering a false instrument for filing. >>

Local Veteran Denied Military Honors at EC Graduation

A woman in Corning is a recent graduate from Elmira College, who will be walking to receive her diploma in June. >>

Man Arrested After String of Jewelry Burglaries

Police caught Joel Woodring stealing from a home in Hector Monday morning. >>

Stray Bullet Goes Through Apartment Floor, Hits Woman, Man Arrested

Police say the man recklessly shot a gun into the bathroom floor. It hit a woman on the floor below. >>

Corning Inc Posts 1st Quarter Losses Compared to Last Year

As a whole, Corning reported core sales of $2.17 billion for the first quarter, compared to $2.43 billion in 2015. Earnings per share fell from $0.35 last year to $0.28 for the first quarter. >>

Negotiations Fail: Teacher Contract Debate Heading to Arbitration

Monday night's negotiation meeting between the Sayre Area Education Association and the Sayre Area School Board ended without a solution to the contract dispute. >>

NY Attorney General: 7 Insurers Cover Hepatitis C Treatment

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York's attorney general says seven insurers have agreed to cover expensive hepatitis C treatments before patients show advanced symptoms of the disease like liver scarring. >>


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