Briana Supardi Biography, Age, Husband, Image, News, Net Worth

Briana Supardi Biography

Briana Supardi joined the FOX 40 news team in March 2018, as a Weekend Anchor/Reporter. Briana is excited to share her passion for storytelling with the people of the Southern Tier. Before heading to New York, she produced and reported for WFXB-TV in Myrtle Beach, SC.

A New Jersey native, she received a degree in both Journalism and Political Science from Rutgers University, graduating cum laude. She became the first student at the university to receive the Big Ten Student Solutions Journalism award for a news story she did about a program that gave low-income students an opportunity to go to college.

While still a student, the university’s journalism program sought her help to launch a new class that focused on local news, where she became a professor assistant as an undergrad. Brian spent a year interning with CNBC, working with the Long Form Unit and Assignment Desk.

Briana spent her early childhood in Jakarta, Indonesia. Her family fled to the U.S. after the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997-98 plagued the country with mass violence, demonstrations, and civil unrest. Briana believes the tumultuous experience she went through sparked her passion for journalism.

When she’s not in the newsroom, she enjoys spending time with nature and volunteering at local animal shelters. She is also the proud mom of two cats.

Briana Supardi Age

Briana Supardi joined the FOX 40 news team in March 2018, as a Weekend Anchor/Reporter. She was born on 03/03/1992. She is 27 years old as of 2019

Briana Supardi Husband

Briana is excited to share her passion for storytelling with the people of the Southern Tier. Before heading to New York, she produced and reported for WFXB-TV in Myrtle Beach, SC. Pieces of information about her marriages are unknown also family pieces of information is unknown but stay ready for the update soon

Binghamton Woman Sentenced for Social Security Fraud

A Binghamton woman has been sentenced to five probation for collecting her deceased husband’s Social Security benefits on Wednesday.

Patricia L. Williams, 63, of Binghamton, was sentenced to 5 years of probation following a 4-day trial in October 2018 where a jury voted to convict her.

According to U.S. Attorney Grant C. Jacquith, the defendant’s husband passed away in 1990 but the Social Security Administration was never notified of his death.

SSA continued to deposit his benefits into his account monthly until 2013. Williams withdrew and spent the money knowing she was not entitled to the money.

From 2008 to 2015, the defendant applied for and received Supplemental Security Income (SSI), concealing that she was taking her deceased husband’s benefits. SSI is a needs-based program, available to elderly, blind, and disabled individuals, that provides money to pay for living expenses.

Senior United States District Judge Thomas J. McAvoy also ordered Williams to pay restitution to the SSA in the amount of $32,581.00.

This case was investigated by the SSA Office of the Inspector General, New York Field Division, and was prosecuted by Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Jason W. White.

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Briana Supardi joined the FOX 40 news team in March 2018, as a Weekend Anchor/Reporter. Her pieces of information about net worth are unknown for but stay ready for the update soon

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Police Investigating Home Invasion Robbery, Suspects Dressed As Utility Workers

Binghamton Police are looking for two suspects involved in a home invasion robbery of an apartment on Pennsylvania Avenue.

Around 8:05 p.m. Sunday evening, police responded to reports of a home invasion robbery at 80 Pennsylvania Avenue Apartment #1.

Police say an adult female tenant was home with two children under the age of 10 when two male suspects pretending to be utility workers arrived at the door and told her they were there for a power issue. The suspects then forced themselves in and physically assaulted the victim and bound her with duct tape.

Authorities say the children were in another room and were unharmed during the incident.

According to Binghamton Police, the suspects stole property from the apartment before fleeing the area by foot.

The suspects are described as black males in their early to mid-twenties, about 5’7” to 5’10” in height, and wearing all black clothing, orange colored construction safety vests, white construction helmets, and facial dust masks.

The investigation is ongoing anyone with information is urged to contact the Binghamton Police Detective Division at 607-772-7080.

Binghamton Unveils City’s First Zero-Emission Cars

The city of Binghamton unveiling its newest cars on Thursday.

Mayor Rich David said two aging vehicles will be replaced by zero-emission electric cars funded by a state Clean Energy Communities grant.

“We had a great opportunity through the grant we received through NYSERDA and, of course, the grant we received was part of the city’s designation as a clean energy community.

So when we receive that designation by the state of New York for completing a variety of clean energy projects, we also receive grant money and we work with the state on how we are going to utilize that grant money,” said David.

“$50,000 of that went towards the purchase of these two zero-emission fully electric vehicles. The other remaining $200,000 went towards matching a clean energy grant for businesses in the community,” David adds.

The total cost of the two vehicles was $53,056. While the grant from NYSERDA covered $50,000 of the cost, the remaining $3,056 will be covered by a rebate from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

“So the dollars we are getting, we are reinvesting in the city and in services,” David said.

“These new electric vehicles will reduce the City’s emissions and help promote green alternatives, while also saving taxpayer dollars that would have gone toward replacing two aging City cars,” the mayor added.

The vehicles will be used by the city’s Planning Department.

In 2017, Binghamton became the first city in the Southern Tier that NYSERDA designated as a Clean Energy Community.

The city did this by completing four out of ten “high impact actions” required by NYSERDA to be certified.

The designation came with a $250,000 grant, using $50,000 for the vehicles. The remaining $200,000 will fund a new 50/50 Clean Energy Community matching fund to support residential and commercial projects in Binghamton.

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