Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Police: Complaints about being drugged at bars in Ithaca Commons

    Police: Complaints about being drugged at bars in Ithaca Commons ITHACA (WBNG) — The Ithaca Police Department says it has received several reports from individuals saying they have been drugged at bars located within the Ithaca Commons. The reports came in over the past few nights, police say. Authorities…

  • Lawmakers take the good with bad in budget deal

    Lawmakers take the good with bad in budget deal ALBANY – There was something for every Democratic lawmaker not to like in the final state budget agreement that took shape on Sunday. But the majority of state legislators resigned themselves to swallowing these poison bills in New York’s $175…

  • Georgiev makes 29 saves and Rangers blank Flyers 3-0

    Georgiev makes 29 saves and Rangers blank Flyers 3-0 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Alexandar Georgiev made 29 saves and Ryan Strome scored for the third consecutive game and the New York Rangers beat the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 on Sunday. Pavel Buchnevich, and Brady Skjei also scored for the Rangers and…

  • Scattered lake effect snow to start April, returning to warmth and sun through week

    Scattered lake effect snow to start April, returning to warmth and sun through week Tonight: Mostly cloudy and breezy with a 30% chance of scattered lake effect snow showers. Some snow accumulation possible in northern viewing area and the Catskills. Winds: NW 10-20 mph, Low: 24 (20-26) Monday: Clearing…

  • Accuser still wants Virginia lieutenant governor to resign

    Accuser still wants Virginia lieutenant governor to resign RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The first of two women to accuse Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of sexual assault says she still wants him to resign. CBS News released excerpts Sunday of its interview with Vanessa Tyson, who says Fairfax forced…

  • Man acquitted of all charges in 2017 quadruple shooting

    Man acquitted of all charges in 2017 quadruple shooting PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A man charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder in a shooting a few days before Christmas in 2017 has been acquitted of all charges. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that 23-year-old Jabir Kennedy was acquitted in mid-March…

  • Coast Guard warns of tar balls, oil sheen off Rockaways

    Coast Guard warns of tar balls, oil sheen off Rockaways NEW YORK (AP) — The Coast Guard is warning people in the waters off the Rockaways to stay away from any tar balls or oil sheens they might see and is investigating to see if they’re related to an…

  • 1 migrant killed, 6 injured in North Macedonia car accident

    1 migrant killed, 6 injured in North Macedonia car accident SKOPJE, North Macedonia (AP) — Police say one migrant from Bangladesh has been killed and six Pakistani migrants seriously injured when their driver told them to jump from the speeding vehicle, apparently because he had spotted a police patrol.…

  • Bethlehem closes Colonial Acres golf course

    Bethlehem closes Colonial Acres golf course BETHLEHEM – The town is shutting down the Colonial Acres golf course after struggling to find a way to sustain it for over a decade. A notice in the town’s Park Playbook, which was recently mailed to all town residents, said the property…

  • Food Bank of the Southern Tier recognizes volunteers, seeks additional help

    Food Bank of the Southern Tier recognizes volunteers, seeks additional help ELMIRA (WENY/WBNG) — The Food Bank of the Southern Tier is recognizing its current volunteers and asking you to join their team. This comes as April is considered national volunteer recognition month. According to WENY-TV, the food bank…