Gabe Altieri

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The future of Elmira’s First Arena is in jeopardy. A proposed sale might not happen because of a disagreement between the Chemung County Industrial Development Agency and the City of Elmira. 

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ELMIRA (WSKG) - As Elmira plans out how to spend $10 million to revitalize its downtown, the city is looking for some life. There doesn't seem to be much in the area.

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BINGHAMTON (WSKG) - Professional hockey in Binghamton will have a new look next year.

“The New Jersey Devils will be bringing their American Hockey League development team to Binghamton and the Floyd L. Veterans Maines Veterans Memorial Arena will be their home," said part-owner Tom Mitchell. 

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The future of Elmira’s First Arena has been in question for most of 2016, but there could be answers within the next month. 

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For decades, free and reduced priced school meals have been a source of healthy food for low-income kids. Last school year, over a million New York children qualified for free or reduced meals. WSKG's Sarah Gager and Gabe Altieri discuss a bill currently in Congress that could change how schools feed students. It’s a bill that reauthorizes the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.


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Binghamton University's Decker School of Nursing will expand into the former Endicott-Johnson Shoe Company factory.

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In September, a class from Wells College was on Cayuga Lake, near Aurora, when someone noticed a non-native weed in the water. It was hydrilla, an invasive plant that can cause big problems.

Unofficial Turnout In Broome Lower Than 2012

Nov 9, 2016
Leah Reigle

*This post has been updated since it was first published.  

New York state voter turnout numbers aren't official yet, but as of 1:50pm on Wednesday, the presidential turnout in Broome County was 79,542. That number was 82,227 in 2012, according to data from the New York State Board of Elections. If official, this would be a drop of about 3 percent.

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Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers lack what the FCC considers "broadband speed" internet.