12 News on Friday caught up with Endicott water customers who’ve been affected by ongoing hydrant flushing.
The giraffe population is rapidly declining. Experts blame climate change and human encroachment, but zookeepers are taking action to keep giraffes from the edge of extinction.
Prostitution is a big problem in Broome County. Public websites and social media are making it easier to arrange than ever.
Opioid addiction is a long-time foe to the Southern Tier and an issue with the system that tracks opioid prescriptions has caught the attention of New York State officials.
The drugs can be locked away for years, as a case or trial is ongoing.
Underneath the pavement of the busy shopping center dangerous contaminants are hidden in plain sight and shoppers have no idea.
New York State is losing more and more people every year, and the Southern Tier has significantly seen a decline in millennials.
Liquid landfill wastewater from a non-local landfill is being sent to Endicott to be treated, then discharged to the Susquehanna River.
Local and state leaders see the new development of 435 State Street as a way to revitalize a blighted area. But, according to the Department of Environmental Conservation that site could be a health and environmental concern.
Dangerous pollution is infiltrating one of the Southern Tier’s most essential rivers. Liquid runoff from the Broome County Landfill is sent to Endicott where it’s treated and discharged to the Susquehanna River, which we know serves as a drinking water source for thousands of people.
Known as a silent killer, radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is odorless, tasteless and colorless. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, it’s also the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.
Crossing a bridge safely is something hundreds of thousands of people do every day here in the Southern Tier, but a 12 News Digging Deeper investigation found this isn’t something we should take for granted.
JOHNSON CITY/BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — After releasing a story about a Johnson City man receiving an unusually high water bill, more viewers reached out sharing a