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Successful turnout for 46th annual Johnson City Field Days

Successful turnout for 46th annual Johnson City Field Days

An end of summer event was packed on Saturday as fairgoers in Broome County headed to Northside Park for the 46th Annual Johnson City Field Days. While the annual event has a lot to offer the community, it's also one big fundraiser. YNN's Elyse Mickalonis brings us the sights and sounds of all the fun. Updated 08/31/2013 06:50 PM

Cyclists battle it out in honor of Chris Thater

Cyclists battle it out in honor of Chris Thater

The weather was perfect this weekend for an annual event held in honor of a cyclist killed by a drunk driver. The 30th Annual Chris Thater Memorial Race had amateur and elite cyclists fighting for first in their categories, but some rules were different this year. YNN's Elyse Mickalonis reports. Updated 08/25/2013 05:56 PM

Dick’s Sporting Goods Open comes to a close

Dick’s Sporting Goods Open comes to a close

As the Dick's Sporting Goods Open came to a close Sunday, many said the event was a huge success, with great weather, players and scores. Our Elyse Mickalonis swung by the Champions Tour and introduces us to a man with a very steady hand. Updated 08/19/2013 07:31 AM

Kirkwood Fair keeps the fun alive

Kirkwood Fair keeps the fun alive

Sunny skies arrived just in time for an annual event in the Southern Tier. People gathered on Friday for the second day of the Kirkwood Town Fair. As YNN's Elyse Mickalonis explains, it takes a lot of preparation and patience to keep the event going. Updated 08/10/2013 10:58 AM

15-year-old driver killed in crash

15-year-old driver killed in crash

It was somewhat shocking for community members in Chenango County, finding out that a 15-year-old who was killed in crash this week was the one behind the wheel. YNN's Elyse Mickalonis spoke with people living nearby who are still left wondering exactly what happened. Updated 08/06/2013 08:31 AM

Missing ring found by treasure hunter

Missing ring found by treasure hunter

Imagine being reunited with something you lost about 15 years ago. Thanks to a complete stranger, that's exactly what happened for one Southern Tier native. YNN's Elyse Mickalonis reports. Updated 07/29/2013 07:35 AM

Five years since New York State enacted fracking moratorium

Five years since New York State enacted fracking moratorium

A hot button issue is renewed in the Southern Tier, as a group of pro-frackers urge Albany to move forward with natural gas drilling. Some say the moratorium has gone on for too long, while opponents say more research still needs to be done. YNN's Elyse Mickalonis reports. 07/23/2013 06:14 PM

Police merger could affect seniority

Police merger could affect seniority

It’s a move that could possibly save the Village of Endicott an estimated $200,000 a year, but one that’s gained a lot of attention. As our Elyse Mickalonis explains, should Endicott Police and the Broome County Sheriff’s Department merge, it could also affect hours, seniority and sick days. Updated 07/23/2013 07:28 AM

100 years since fire in Binghamton factory claimed more than 30 lives

100 years since fire in Binghamton factory claimed more than 30 lives

This week marks 100 years since flames engulfed a factory in downtown Binghamton, claiming the lives of more than 30 people. As our Elyse Mickalonis explains, the 1913 fire took less than 20 minutes to destroy the building; but, its impact is still being felt today. 07/21/2013 06:07 PM

Summer heat can affect your heart

Summer heat can affect your heart

Summer is the perfect time for fun in the sun, but that heat we’ve been feeling may not be so good for you. The American Heart Association is warning people about the negative impact heat can have on your heart. YNN's Elyse Mickalonis spoke with a heart patient and a health expert about how you can exercise safely and enjoy the summer. Updated 07/16/2013 08:33 AM

Neighborhood project aims to curb crime

Neighborhood project aims to curb crime

Residents in Johnson City are working to reclaim their neighborhoods from crime. The Johnson City Neighborhood Project held a kickoff event Saturday at Floral Park to spread their message. Our Elyse Mickalonis stopped by to see what they plan to do to help police tackle crime and keep the community safe. 06/15/2013 06:44 PM

Local woman wins “Real Beauty at Any Age” contest

Local woman wins “Real Beauty at Any Age” contest

If you read People magazine, you might see the face of a local woman on shelves this month. The Endicott woman got quite the surprise this month after she entered a nationwide magazine contest. Beth Buczkowski, 51 of Endicott, recently won People Magazine’s “Real Beauty at Any Age” competition. Our Elyse Mickalonis introduces us to Beth Buczkowski and her family. 04/27/2013 05:44 PM

Boston-area residents recount lock down

Boston-area residents recount lock down

During the manhunt, there were strict orders for residents in neighboring cities and beyond to stay inside. Our Iris St. Meran spoke with people in different areas about what they were feeling and experiencing as all of this was going down. Updated 04/19/2013 10:37 PM

<span style="color:#FF8000"><em>Bowling in the Bronx: </em></span>SU beats West Virginia in Pinstripe Bowl

Bowling in the Bronx: SU beats West Virginia in Pinstripe Bowl

The Syracuse Orange have won their second Pinstripe Bowl in three years. They beat West Virginia 38-14 on Saturday night. Tune in to YNN after the game for a live wrap up from Yankee Stadium as part of our Postgame Show. Updated 12/29/2012 06:52 PM

<span style="color:#FF8000"><em>Bowling in the Bronx: </em></span>Game day for SU

Bowling in the Bronx: Game day for SU

It's game day for the SU football team as the Orange will play in the Pinstripe Bowl Saturday afternoon. The Orange will kick off against West Virginia at Yankee Stadium at 3:15 p.m. YNN's Brad Vivacqua has more from Yankee Stadium. Updated 12/29/2012 01:55 PM

Obama tops Romney to win second term

Obama tops Romney to win second term

President Barack Obama has been re-elected to a second term, defeating Republican Mitt Romney in a hard-fought race in which the economy was the dominant issue. YNN's Errol Louis reports. Updated 11/07/2012 11:26 AM

Sandy makes landfall

Sandy makes landfall

The New York State Office of Emergency Management in Albany has been following Sandy’s path and impact on New York State. Updated 10/30/2012 12:22 AM

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