first_img(WBNG) — NYSEG is reporting multiple power outages on Monday due to the weather conditions. According to NYSEG, as of 7:00 a.m. 135 customers were without power in Otsego county and around 160 customers in Sullivan county. To see a detailed map of impacted areas, go to the NYSEG Power Outage Map by clicking here.last_img

If the request for a major disaster declaration gets approved, it will provide the same emergency protective measures available under the emergency declaration with the following individual assistant programs: HARRISBURG, Pa. (WBNG) — Governor Tom Wolf requested a major disaster declaration from President Trump for Pennsylvania on Sunday. While Pennsylvania already received an emergency declaration, the major disaster declaration would provide more support for county and municipal governments, certain non-profits and individuals who are struggling during this pandemic. Governor Wolf requested the major disaster declaration from President Trump through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide additional support for the state. For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 visit https://www.pa.gov/guides/responding-to-covid-19/. For more coronavirus coverage, click here. Disaster Unemployment Assistance Crisis Counseling Community Disaster Loans Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Program Statewide Hazard Mitigation read more

first_imgSome of our viewers in the very rural communities that watch us over the air may not be able to receive us from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. During this time we are not planning to turn off the power from the transmitter and expect that Spectrum customers will not have any interruptions. (WBNG)- On Monday morning, April 6 at 9 a.m., there will be work done on our tower to install a new antenna. center_img We apologize for any inconveince and thank you for your loyal viewership.last_img

first_img(WBNG/WENY) — Pennsylvania State Police are looking for a subject who could be involved in a murder in Luzerne County, Pa. Troopers said the subject could be in Bradford County, Pa. or somewhere New York. Authorities are searching for Richard Walski, a resident of the home where the woman was found dead, and a chocolate Labrador Retriever. Police said the woman was shot in the head. According to police, Walaski is known to frequent fishing locations and may be in one of the following areas: Fishing Creek Sportsman’s Association in Benton, Columbia County, Pa.Susquehanna River from the Wilkes Barre area to Towanda, Bradford County, Pa.Cabin in Noxen Township, Wyoming County, Pa.Oswego, N.Y.Hampton Harbor/Watertown area in New YorkGenessee River in Rochester, N.Y. Troopers said a woman was found dead in a home in Larksville Borough, Pa. after authorities responded to the house for a wellness check on Aug. 13. Anyone with information about Walski is asked to contact Pennsylvania State Police.last_img read more