• Ithaca tells tourists to stay away

    Ithaca, NY (WBNG BInghamton) Ithaca Visitors Bureau suggested traveling to Key West on their website instead.

  • JC Police: Evidence misplaced, not missing

    Johnson City, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Johnson City Village Police Chief Brent Dodge held a conference Thursday after a state audit found 26 items missing from the department's evidence room.

  • K-9 body camera gives Binghamton Police new insight

    Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) A four-legged member of the Binghamton Police Department is wearing a new piece of technology attached to her ballistic vest.

  • Tompkins County Jail to expand

    Ithaca, NY (WBNG Binghamton) The Tompkins County Jail is preparing to start renovations to expand as early as May after a grant from the county legislature.

  • Harris trial creeps along on 15th day

    Schoharie, NY (WBNG Binghamton) During cross examination of Michele Harris' sister-in-law, defense attorneys tried to prove Shannon Taylor steered the investigation toward Cal Harris.

  • Police: Woman comes home to burglary in progress

    Ithaca, NY (WBNG Binghamton) It was a close call for a woman in Ithaca when she came home to find a burglar in her basement.

  • Binghamton mayor seeks dismissal of lawsuit

    Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Binghamton Mayor Rich David filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit action against him in New York State Supreme Court. Daisy Dawson, of Afton, claims David tried to use his office to threaten her employment at WBNG.

  • WBNG 65th anniversary: Iva Mae Cheney

    (WBNG Binghamton) In honor of its 65th anniversary, Action News is paying tribute to one of its original local broadcasters, Iva Mae Cheney, the star of "Chalk Talk."

  • Southern Tier towns looking to cut NY ties

    Conklin, NY (WBNG Binghamton) The local economy is pushing one organization in Upstate New York to pose a question: Is it possible to secede to Pennsylvania?

  • Schumer fights against meth house move-ins

    Johnson City, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Sen. Charles Schumer (D) was in Johnson City Wednesday to announce a proposed federal law that would require home sellers and landlords to tell buyers and renters if a house has been a former meth lab.

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