Police: One-Car Chase Ends in Horseheads

Police: One-Car Chase Ends in Horseheads

According to a reporter on scene, there also appeared to be a red truck that went off the road and authorities were searching the area with flashlights.

54 mins ago by Linsey Madison
John W. Jones honored with new statue in Elmira

John W. Jones honored with new statue in Elmira

John W. Jones was instrumental in leading several hundred enslaved people to freedom through the Underground Railroad, and in the creation of Woodlawn National Cemetery. More than 100 community members gathered to honor Jones' legacy.

7 hrs ago by Morrissey Walsh
Horseheads Elks Lodge Hosts Seafood Boil Fundraiser for Veterans Causes

Horseheads Elks Lodge Hosts Seafood Boil Fundraiser for Veterans Causes

The Horseheads Elks Lodge 2297 had a full house Saturday, for its annual seafood boil fundraiser. Each year, the event raises money to help support veterans at the Bath VA. This year, there was an additional worthy cause.

5 hrs 28 mins ago by Renata Stiehl
Hundreds raise money for local charities at 28th American Pride Ride

Hundreds raise money for local charities at 28th American Pride Ride

Motorcyclists from around the region helped raise money for local charities through a ride that resembled a parade.

10 hrs 1 min ago by Connor Freidhoff
Sayre Woman Arrested for Molotov Cocktail Attack in Waverly Park

Sayre Woman Arrested for Molotov Cocktail Attack in Waverly Park

On June 19, 2024 around 11:30 a.m., the Waverly Police received a report from the Waverly Recreation Department about an incident that occurred earlier that morning at East Waverly New York Park.

10 hrs 1 min ago by Max Coven
Emilee's Challenge Trailer aims to educate drivers and help them make good choices

Emilee's Challenge Trailer aims to educate drivers and help them make good choices

An initiative to educate students on the dangers of distracted, impaired, and intoxicated driving was presented by Steuben County Sheriff Jim Allard on Friday, June 21.

June 21st, 10:26 PM EDT by Alecia Solorzano
Vietnam Reflections: Walter Beach

Vietnam Reflections: Walter Beach

In this edition of Vietnam Reflections, we hear the story of Walter Beach. Beach enlisted in the Marines in 1966, and served in Vietnam from October 1967 to November 1968 with the Marine Aircraft Wing.

June 21st, 8:42 PM EDT by Renata Stiehl
Towanda's Wild West Outfitters Grand Opening: Where Style Meets Adventure

Towanda's Wild West Outfitters Grand Opening: Where Style Meets Adventure

Wild West Outfitters officially opened their doors on Friday to offer clothes, southern essentials, axe throwing, a rage room and future family activities.

June 21st, 11:19 PM EDT by Max Coven
Saturday's Mural Fest hopes to unite through art

Saturday's Mural Fest hopes to unite through art

With Mural Fest set to kick off tomorrow, preparations have been made before the artists make their first brush-strokes.

June 21st, 6:22 PM EDT by Connor Freidhoff
Light's Cafe in Horseheads Packing Up and Heading Back to Elmira

Light's Cafe in Horseheads Packing Up and Heading Back to Elmira

Light's Cafe on Main Street in Horseheads announced Friday morning they are boxing up their coffee pots and pans so they can relocate back to Elmira .

June 21st, 3:56 PM EDT by Max Coven
Local volunteer fire departments receiving money from NYS firefighter training stipend program

Local volunteer fire departments receiving money from NYS firefighter training stipend program

Volunteer fire departments from Pine City, Watkins Glen, Millport and Lansing are set to get thousands of dollars from New York State's $10 million volunteer firefighter training stipend program.

June 21st, 3:37 PM EDT by Benjamin C. Klein
Guthrie Sayre campus experiencing power issues

Guthrie Sayre campus experiencing power issues

Guthrie announced they are experiencing power disruptions on Friday, June 21st at the Guthrie Sayre campus. Back-up power is up and running at the Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital.

June 21st, 1:23 PM EDT by Benjamin C. Klein
Lindley Town Justice arrested on D.W.I. charges

Lindley Town Justice arrested on D.W.I. charges

ERWIN, N.Y. (WENY) -- The Town Justice for the Town of Lindley, Julie Kuck was arrested by New York State Police for allegedly driving drunk with a child in the vehicle. According to New York State Police records, Kuck, who is 39-years-old, was taken into

June 21st, 12:19 AM EDT by Kurt Martone
Corning Incorporated holds annual Service Awards Luncheon for former employees

Corning Incorporated holds annual Service Awards Luncheon for former employees

The employee classes of 1949 and 1975 were honored at Corning Incorporated on Thursday, June 20 for the time in their careers spent with the company that began 50 and 75 years ago, respectively.

June 20th, 9:56 PM EDT by Alecia Solorzano
Victim Identified in Fatal Shooting in Elmira

Victim Identified in Fatal Shooting in Elmira

Elmira police identified the victim in Thursday's shooting as Zachary T. VanHorn, age 21. 

June 21st, 3:49 PM EDT by Kurt Martone
First Annual Orlando Josiah Memorial 5K to Honor Beloved Boy in Horseheads

First Annual Orlando Josiah Memorial 5K to Honor Beloved Boy in Horseheads

The first annual Orlando Josiah Memorial 5K will take place the last weekend of June in loving memory of a little boy who passed away the night before his sixth birthday. The 5K will take place at Thorne Park in Horseheads on June 29th.

June 20th, 11:21 PM EDT by Max Coven
$16.5 million in state financing coming to Steuben County for water infrastructure projects

$16.5 million in state financing coming to Steuben County for water infrastructure projects

STEUBEN COUNTY, N.Y. (WENY) -- Here's where the money is going: The Village of Canisteo is getting $5.4 million to make improvements to their wastewater treatment plant to help improve water quality in the Canisteo River. The Clean Water State Revolving F

June 20th, 7:39 PM EDT by Kurt Martone
Rep. Nick Langworthy Advocates for Alzheimer's Awareness Month and Legislative Action

Rep. Nick Langworthy Advocates for Alzheimer's Awareness Month and Legislative Action

In a press conference this afternoon, Congressman Nick Langworthy emphasized the importance of Alzheimer's Awareness Month. He focused on key legislative efforts that are aim to find a cure for the disease.

June 20th, 5:34 PM EDT by Max Coven
Town of Elmira receiving a grant to replace Pirozzolo Park basketball courts

Town of Elmira receiving a grant to replace Pirozzolo Park basketball courts

The basketball courts of West Elmira's Pirozzolo Park are set to be rehabilitated thanks to a $20,000 grant from T-Mobile. The telecommunications company is providing grants to 300 different communities across 47 states.

June 20th, 5:07 PM EDT by Connor Freidhoff
Corning man arrested for child porn possession

Corning man arrested for child porn possession

CORNING, N.Y. (WENY) -- A Corning man was arrested by New York State Police after a child pornography investigation. According to police, Kevin Pilon, a 59-year-old from Corning, allegedly had a "large amount of child sexual abuse material" stored on his

June 20th, 3:58 PM EDT by Kurt Martone
Millions in Natural Gas Impact Fees to benefit Tioga and Bradford Counties
Millions in Natural Gas Impact Fees to benefit Tioga and Bradford Counties

Several Pennsylvania representatives and senators announced that millions of dollars worth of natural gas drilling fees are being distributed back into Tioga and Bradford Counties.

Tips to keep your vegetable garden healthy in high temperatures
Tips to keep your vegetable garden healthy in high temperatures

SOUTHPORT, N.Y. (WENY)-- The first official heat wave of the season is in effect, causing gardeners to be worried about the possibility of plants suffering from heat stress.

The sun's impact on your medications
The sun's impact on your medications

The hot weather and strong sun rays can have an even more dangerous impact on people taking certain medications.

Juneteenth: Freedom Then, Freedom Now
Juneteenth: Freedom Then, Freedom Now

The Tompkins County Office of Human Rights held a Juneteenth celebration in Ithaca on Wednesday at the Southside Community Center. The theme of this year's celebration was "Freedom Then, Freedom Now."

Elmira Clock Tower restoration project reveals additional issues
Elmira Clock Tower restoration project reveals additional issues

New concerns have been unearthed during the tower's restoration, including water intrusion, and structural integrity.

M & M Red Hots set to re-open following pandemic closure
M & M Red Hots set to re-open following pandemic closure

An iconic Elmira hot dog restaurant is set to re-open it's doors after the COVID pandemic led to its closing back in 2020.

Tipping Fees to increase at Steuben County landfill and transfer stations on July 1
Tipping Fees to increase at Steuben County landfill and transfer stations on July 1

The Steuben County Department of Public Works announced that tipping fees at the Steuben County Landfill and all of its transfer stations will see an increase starting on July 1st.

Ithaca police arrest man for attempted burglary, fleeing from police and more
Ithaca police arrest man for attempted burglary, fleeing from police and more

The Ithaca Police Department arrested a man in the early morning hours of Wednesday, June 19th after he allegedly tried to break into a house on W. Clinton Street with a handgun during a domestic incident, and then fled from police.