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Interstate 88 Closed After Collision Involving DOT Plow and Truck
A section of Interstate 88 near Sidney was shut down following a crash involving a snow plow and another truck.
Delaware County Sheriff Fires “Intoxicated” Deputy
A Delaware County sheriff's deputy who allegedly showed up for work in an intoxicated condition has been terminated.
UPDATE: Binghamton Amber Alert Canceled, Girls Located
Police have issued an Amber Alert after two eight-year-old girls reportedly were abducted on Binghamton's West Side.
Storms Knock Out Power to Thousands of NYSEG Customers
Thousands of New York State Electric and Gas customers lost electric service because of damage caused by strong thunderstorms.
New York Lawmaker Wants to Legalize Drinking Alcohol in Public
A state lawmaker wants New York's open container laws repealed for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mask-Seeking Residents Jam Broome County Distribution Sites
People needing protective masks caused a traffic jam at the Oakdale Mall in Johnson City.
Cuomo Expects New York Reopening on a Regional Basis
Things could get moving again after the coronavirus pandemic shutdown in some parts of New York sooner than others.
Coronavirus Deaths in New York State Rise Above 10,000
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says 671 people died of COVID-19 on Easter Sunday, bringing the total number of deaths in the state caused by the virus to 10,056.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Furloughing Most of Its 40,000 Workers
Tens of thousands of Dick's Sporting Goods employees at the company's more than 800 stores across the United States are about to be furloughed.
Cuomo Directing National Guard to Move Ventilators Downstate
As the coronavirus death toll in New York state increased to 2,935 people, Governor Andrew Cuomo said ventilators will be moved to hospitals where they're needed.