List by Author: Bob Price

Local adoption agency involved in Supreme Court ruling

04.27.15 | Bob Price

When the Supreme Court begins oral arguments on Tuesday in a monumental argument over same-sex marriage, a Western New York adoption agency will find itself in the middle of the decision. Beginning this week, the country's highest court will ...

Man overcomes cerebral palsy to earn Eagle Scout

04.27.15 | Bob Price

A young man in King of Prussia didn't let cerebral palsy stop him from earning the rank of Eagle Scout.20-year-old Christian Matkovich carried on his family tradition on Sunday.Christian has been in scouting since first grade. He passed his verbal ...

Unique courtroom drama awaits attorney general

04.27.15 | Bob Price

A showdown looms for Attorney General Kathleen Kane on Monday, and it’s the not the typical courtroom drama. The state's top prosecutor will be in the hot seat, facing allegations that she violated a court order when she fired an employee ...

Public Boarding School - The Way To Solve Educational Ills?

04.27.15 | Bob Price

Buffalo's chronically struggling school system is considering an idea gaining momentum in other cities: public boarding schools. The idea is to put round-the-clock attention on students and away from such daunting problems as poverty, troubled ...

Quadruple Homicide Suspect Captured in Buffalo

04.24.15 | Bob Price

Amy Betros only knew him as "Trent." She didn't know where he was from, what he'd done or why he was here. As the co-founder and co-director of St. Luke's Mission of Mercy on the East Side of Buffalo, it's never uncommon for her to provide shelter ...

Wolf garners more opposition to plan replace drilling fee

04.24.15 | Bob Price

An organization of Pennsylvania’s municipalities is joining counties in opposing Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposal to replace a variable fee on Marcellus Shale natural gas wells with a flat annual payment to local governments in drilling ...

NY buys 6,200 acres south of Adirondack High Peaks

04.24.15 | Bob Price

- Paddlers have a new area to explore at the upper reaches of the Hudson River and hikers will get better access to some mountains with the state's purchase of 6,200 acres at the southern edge of the Adirondack High Peaks Wilderness Area. "People ...

More Claims Against Sheldon Silver

04.24.15 | Bob Price

Prosecutors added charges Thursday against former New York state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, saying he did "certain official" favors for an investor who had access to high-yield investment opportunities so he could earn higher rates from his ...

Scranton Police Officer Helps Deliver Baby on City Sidewalk

04.23.15 | Bob Price

It certainly wasn`t the average day on the job for a Scranton police officer. Officer James Golden was on patrol last Friday when his role quickly shifted from patrolman to stork. He responded to a call for a woman in labor and ended up delivering ...

Police: Vandals smash more than 100 car windows

04.23.15 | Bob Price

Residents woke up to an unwelcomed surprise when they found that vandals swept through an upstate New York town, breaking the windows of more than 100 cars. Police say vandals likely used a BB or pellet gun to smash the windows between 1 a.m. and ...

Previous12345678910 ... 2021