Gabe Altieri

Morning Edition Host/Reporter

Gabe is a native of Sackets Harbor, New York and 2014 graduate of Syracuse University. He began his broadcasting career with KNLV AM/FM in Ord, Nebraska before joining WSKG in 2016. Gabe’s background includes everything from covering city council meetings to play-by-play of Nebraska state basketball championships. This is his second stint in the Southern Tier. He lived here for a summer after graduating from Syracuse while interning with the Binghamton Mets.

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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.

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One of the biggest decisions New York lawmakers make is how to fund schools. But the way the state decides how much money individual districts get has led to a good deal of frustration.

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The American Legion Post 80 is one of Bert Proper's favorite places. Aside from the plaques, pictures and flags that remind him of military service history, he loves the feel of the building. "You're around people that have been there," he explained.

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The Ottawa Senators are moving their American Hockey League affiliate from Binghamton to Belleville, Ontario. WSKG's Gabe Altieri caught up with Roger Neel of Town Square Media to discuss the move.

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The Senators are gone, but not the American Hockey League.

That's what Tom Mitchell, Binghamton Executive Vice President of Operations, said at a press conference on Monday.

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Members of the professor's union at Corning Community College are rallying tonight on campus to garner support during an impasse with the administration.

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Death numbers from opioid overdoses have become a flash point in Broome County and it may factor into the race for county executive.