List by Author: Bill Price

Board says former prison tailor will spend at least 2 more years behind bars

06.14.19 | Bill Price

Joyce Mitchell, who helped two killers escape from an upstate New York prison two years ago was denied parole Thursday. Mitchel is serving up to seven years for helping Richard Matt and David Sweat in the Clinton County Correctional Facility in...

The VP paying PA a visit

06.07.19 | Bill Price

Mike Pence was in York Thursday--where he promoted the new trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada. Pence says the new trade deal will go "hand-in-hand" with the manufacturing opportunities already going on in the commonwealth. The...

Pennsylvania's 2020 campaign trail is seeing more traffic

05.16.19 | Bill Price

Vice President Mike Pence will headline a June 6 fundraiser in Hershey for the state's Republican Party. Before that, President Trump is set to be at the Williamsport Regional Airport on Monday for a campaign rally-- the day before voters there...

NY's Senate okays giving U.S. House access to Pres. Trump's state tax records

05.09.19 | Bill Price

The bill which now heads to the state Assembly allows three congressional committees to get access to those returns. It would include filings related to personal income taxes, real estate taxes, and corporate income taxes. The measure covers up...

Where's the best drinking water in Pennsylvania?

04.18.19 | Bill Price

Tastetesters from across the state determined the winner in this "H2O in show" event at Hershey Lodge. In the end, McKeesport, outside of Pittsburgh, was voted as the best tasting drinking water in the commonwealth. Carity, odor, and taste...

City lawmakers in Pittsburgh have passed a controversial gun ban

04.03.19 | Bill Price

It prohibits certain weapons in the "Steel City" and it keeps guns out of the hands of people deemed to be a public threat. City Councilman Corey O'Connor says the ban applies to "specific weapons." Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says he'll sign...

The PA Turnpike is in debt and drivers are paying for it

03.21.19 | Bill Price

The auditor general's office has released its latest audit into the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. Toll prices have gone up for the past 11 years and are expected to continue rising until the year 2044. Those hikes are largely due to a $450...

NY state's drug epidemic has caused a spike in foster kids

02.27.19 | Bill Price

Stacy Wilson with Child and Family Services says there are "over 1,000 children in foster care" in Erie County, New York. Wilson says her organization will train folks interested in becoming foster parents. Jeffrey Moore and his wife from...

Syracuse coach involved in a deadly accident

02.21.19 | Bill Price

Police in Syracuse say Head Men's Basketball Coach Jim Boeheim struck and killed a pedestrian on Interstate- 690 hours after his Orangemen defeated Louisville at the Carrier Dome last night. The victim has been identified as 51 year-old Jorge...

Some NY lawmakers consider getting rid of the religious exemption to vaccines

02.20.19 | Bill Price

Western New York Assemblyman Patrick Burke says the issue has become a "hot-topic" in his district after the Orchard Park School District refused to accept a family who opted-out of vaccines for religious reasons. The anti-vaccine movement says...

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