Monthly Archives: February 2019

  • Florida man guilty of posting bomb plans for extremists

    Florida man guilty of posting bomb plans for extremists MIAMI (AP) — A Florida man has pleaded guilty to posting detailed bomb-making instructions to online sites frequented by extremists such as supporters of the Islamic State group. Court records show 33-year-old Tayyab Tahir Ismail pleaded guilty Thursday in Miami…

  • Police officer in Bradford County accused of having sexual relationship with teen

    Police officer in Bradford County accused of having sexual relationship with teen CANTON, Pa. (WBNG/WENY) — A 26-year-old police officer from Bradford County faces two dozen charges in connection to an alleged sexual relationship with a 16-year-old girl. Joshua Gleco, a police officer with Canton Bourough Police Department, was…

  • Police: Albany man stole from hospital patients

    Police: Albany man stole from hospital patients Albany Police arrested a city man Thursday who they say stole money from patients at two local hospitals on two separate occasions nearly a year apart. Source: Times Unition Police: Albany man stole from hospital patients

  • Cohen signals closer cooperation in bid to stem prison term

    Cohen signals closer cooperation in bid to stem prison term NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Cohen says he’s cooperating with federal prosecutors in New York in a bid to reduce his sentence. The approach represents a turnaround from months ago when authorities told a federal judge that Cohen was…

  • The Latest: Louisiana declares emergency for flood threat

    The Latest: Louisiana declares emergency for flood threat MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The Latest on weather in the Deep South (all times local): 5:20 p.m. Louisiana’s governor has declared a state of emergency because of the threat of flooding along the Mississippi River and elsewhere across the state. Gov.…

  • Firefighters save American flag

    Firefighters save American flag HOPEWELL, VA (CBS) — As Virginia firefighters fought the flames that burned the Hopewell Moose Lodge early Thursday morning, a set of firefighters saved the American Flag flying outside the burning building. Hopewell Fire Chief Donny Hunter said the building was destroyed. “When I got here…

  • BU Job and Internship Fair helps students build connections

    BU Job and Internship Fair helps students build connections VESTAL (WBNG) — It was an enthusiastic environment at Binghamton University’s Business and Communications Job and Internship Fair on Thursday, with some students tackling a career search for the very first time. While applying online plays a role, those we spoke…

  • Community Career Day at Calvin Coolidge Elementary School

    Community Career Day at Calvin Coolidge Elementary School BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Calvin Coolidge Elementary School in Binghamton held a community career day Thursday afternoon. Multiple professionals from many different careers spoke to fourth and fifth grade students about their day-to-day life in their career. Professionals ranged from astronomers, to…

  • Chief: 3 may have been hit by police in New Orleans shootout

    Chief: 3 may have been hit by police in New Orleans shootout NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Three of five people wounded recently when a suspect opened fire on police in downtown New Orleans may have been hit by police returning fire. Video that shows the Feb. 17 shootout unfolding…

  • What’s next for Picciano Building at UHS Wilson

    What’s next for Picciano Building at UHS Wilson JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — If you’ve driven past UHS Wilson in Johnson City, you may have noticed some construction and work being done. Back in May 2016, structural concerns caused the Picciano Building right across the street from the main hospital complex…