Kathy joins Morning Show Host Roger Neel beginning at 5:30am with the latest local news, weather, and travel information. A graduate of Elmira College, Kathy worked in broadcasting in the Elmira market before heading east to our community. A long-time News Director with WAAL she also is part of that station's Morning Team. Kathy and her husband Randy are the proud owners of two Greyhounds that keep them quite busy.
New York, Pa. and Twin Tier Coronavirus Cases Continue to Climb
The number of coronavirus cases in New York State stands at 84,712 with 7,917 new cases reported April 1.
Johnson City Takes Steps to Limit Park Use Over Coronavirus Concerns
Johnson City says removes the hoops from basketball goals and the swings from swing sets to enforce social distancing at parks.
Binghamton to Get $1.1 Million in Added CDBG Funding
Localities in the Empire State are getting $2.4 billion in federal funding for economic and public infrastructure as part of the coronavirus stimulus package.
Pennsylvania Updates Coronavirus Numbers/ Broome Reports First Nursing Home Case
The numbers of positive COVID-19 cases Pennsylvania is over 4,000 according to a briefing by the State Department of Health.
COVID-19 Mis-Information and Odd Police Calls in Southern Tier
Aside from the posting of misleading information, there are other peculiarities that seem to be related to people being told to stay home during the crisis.
Southern Tier Leaders Ask Governor to Keep People from Fleeing Upstate
Governor Andrew Cuomo asked to keep people living in the coronavirus hotspots from trying to flee upstate to ride out the virus in places like Binghamton.
Southern Tier Counties Report Over Two-Dozen New Coronavirus Cases
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases around New York State, including in the Southern Tier continues to grow daily.
Town of Union Announces Disaster Loans Available
The Town of Union is among the growing list of local government bodies announcing the availability of disaster relief loans to small businesses.
New York “On Pause” Extended Two More Weeks
New York State’s “On Pause” directive will remain in place for the next two weeks until April 15 with all non-essential workers told to do their jobs at home.
New York Health Department Develops Self-Administered COVID-19 Test
New COVID-19 testing allows a self-administered short nasal swab and saliva sample, sparing health care workers from possible more dangerous exposure.