$10,000 reward offered in hit-and-run-death of Binghamton University student

President Harvey Stenger speaks to the media at a news conference Monday afternoon, announcing a $10,000 reward for anyone who has information leading to the successful conclusion of the hit-and-run accident that killed 20-year-old Stefani Lineva, a member of the University's tennis team, early Saturday morning.
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