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Cheesesteak restaurant hosts grand opening in Binghamton Video included

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The Southern Tier Cheesesteak Company officially opened on Saturday morning in Binghamton.

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Community supports Sidney girl battling cancer through fundraiser Video included

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 A community came together Saturday to help a two year old who was recently diagnosed with cancer. 

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Local shelters spread awareness about adoption in Johnson City Video included

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The Johnson City Walmart held a pet adoption event outside its store Saturday. 

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Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park opens up to the public for its 143rd season Video included

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The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park held its grand reopening to the public on Saturday. 

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Maine-Endwell little league teams hold parade to open the season Video included

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Several Maine-Endwell little league teams took over Farm to Market Road for a parade Saturday morning.

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Cortland County Sheriff's Office investigating death of 2-year-old girl

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A Cortland County man is in custody related to an investigation into the death of a 2-year-old girl.

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Broome County searches for volunteer firefighters Video included

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Local fire departments are asking the community for help as they seek volunteer firefighters.

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After business hours event brings business leaders together

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An after business hours event was held at the Tioga County Historical Society Museum in Owego Friday night.

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Is the Tebow Effect still bringing in business? Video included

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Many seats were left empty at NYSEG Stadium for the Rumble Ponies home game Friday night, but fans and nearby businesses believe the lack of attention has to do with the weather.

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Contractors assessing NYS Inebriate Asylum for renovation cost estimates Video included

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Erected in 1858, it served as the first institution in America to begin treating alcoholism and has a state seal recognizing that. "This is one of the most important structures in the country. It is a national historic treasure and we aim to save it."

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Two face drug, weapons charges after Binghamton raid

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Two are facing numerous charges after the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force executed a search warrant at home on Field Street in Binghamton Thursday.

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New facility coming to Binghamton for those with developmental disabilities Video included

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A groundbreaking ceremony Friday kicked off the construction of a new social integration facility.

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Blaze Pizza in Vestal to open next Thursday

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A new pizza joint will open its doors on the Vestal Parkway on Thursday, April 26.

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FULL INTERVIEW: 12 News talks with Tim Tebow Friday

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The Binghamton Rumble Ponies open their second home stand of the season at 7:05 p.m. Friday against the Erie SeaWolves. 

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Hundreds of valuable items for sale at 36th annual 'Million Dollar Antique Show'

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Vendors from across the country are dusting off their rare and valuable antiques for the 36th annual Binghamton Sertoma Million Dollar Antique show.

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Dozens of immigrants sworn in as American citizens in Binghamton

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America's growing diversity was celebrated at Binghamton Supreme Court on Friday.

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Online fundraiser in memory of Joao Souza surpasses $30K Video included

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People around the world have donated to a GoFundMe account for Binghamton University murder victim Joao Souza.

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Binghamton University president: 'This is a very safe campus' Video included

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After a murder on campus that has shook Binghamton University and the surrounding community, the administration has provided more answers and insight.

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Students, adults organize 'March For Our Lives' protest in Binghamton Video included

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As part of a National Day of Action, about a dozen people marched on Claudia Tenney's office in the MetroCenter downtown Friday morning.

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