Multiple Unexpected Deaths In Central New York

First, in Victor, an employee at Home Depot found Brian Perry, an independent trucker from Kirkwood, N.y., pinned between the tire of a truck and the bed of the trailer.

This Time, Rod Serling’s Daughter Plans To Watch The Twilight Zone Reboot

BINGHAMTON (WSKG) — Anne Serling says didn’t watch the Twilight Zone reboots in 1985 or in 2002. “I heard some of them were good, and I think really I didn’t watch because this was my Dad’s baby, so I guess there was a sort of a possessiveness,” said Serling. But she does plant to check out CBS’s upcoming revamp. “I do feel like it’s in good hands with Jordan Peele and I watched the trailer and found it intriguing.”

After watching Peele’s satirical horror movie, Get Out, which he wrote and directed, Serling says, she was intrigued by that, too. At the same time, it’s never the same without her dad.

Lawyers For Four Middle School Girls Weigh Legal Action Against Binghamton School District

BINGHAMTON (WSKG) — The lawyers for four middle school girls who say they were strip searched say they’re considering a lawsuit against the Binghamton City School District. In January, there was community furor over accusations against the East Middle School principal and school nurse for strip searching four girls for acting hyper and giddy. The girls have lawyers through the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Cara McClellan and the other lawyers sent a letter to the district with a list of demands and asking to meet in person with district officials within ten days. That deadline was last week.