List by Author: Bob Price

Transportation projects get $112M boost

04.21.17 | Bob Price

A new round of federal funding will help improve sidewalks across the Binghamton and Ithaca areas, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office. The state Department of Transportation on Thursday announced a new round of federal funding under a ...

Should McDonald’s Workers Get $50K Reward in Facebook Murder Case?

04.21.17 | Bob Price

The Pennsylvania McDonald's employees who tipped off police and tried to stall Facebook murder suspect Steve Stephens are being called heroes on social media. People quickly took to Twitter, saying that the workers deserve the ...

Donate Life Day Highlights Importance of Organ Donations and Transplants

04.21.17 | Bob Price

Friday marks Donate Life Day to highlight the importance of organ donations and transplants across the nation. According to the New York State Department of Health, 22 people on average die every day from causes which could have been treated with ...

Swollen Lake Ontario prompts sandbagging, speed limits

04.21.17 | Bob Price

Heavy spring rains have swollen Lake Ontario to its highest water level in nearly two decades, touching off deep concerns about flooding and erosion and prompting local officials to take emergency measures to protect shoreline property. Tens of ...

The Lima Christian School is holding it's annual Walk for Life to benefit CompassCare

04.20.17 | Bob Price

The walk will be held May 11th.Last year, the walk raised over $11,000 for CompassCare, which works to erase the need for abortions in the Rochester area.CompassCare's main walk for life is Saturday, May 6th at Highland Park in Rochester.Their goal ...

The sentencing phase of Erik Frein's murder trial is underway in Pike County, PA

04.20.17 | Bob Price

The cop-killer's capital murder case is nearly over. Yesterday it took a jury just four hours to convict Frein of 1st degree murder for the ambush-slayings of two state troopers in the Poconos. Pike County's District Atttorney Ray Tonkin says ...

U.S. Congressman Glenn Thompson of PA is concerned the president's 'Buy American - Hire American' directive will hurt the dairy industry

04.19.17 | Bob Price

Glenn Thompson says, "on most farms, there are not a lot of Americans who want to do that work today."The congressman insists protections need to be in place to help farmers who rely so much on migrant labor.Agriculture is the number one industry ...

It's almost time to say goodbye to April the giraffe

04.19.17 | Bob Price

Officials with the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York say the live-stream of the momma giraffe is coming down after April sustained an injury earlier this week.The 15-year-old giraffe twisted her leg and the injury, while minor, ...

NY's first ever 'Hemp Summit' was held Tuesday at Cornell University

04.19.17 | Bob Price

Lawmakers, farmers and "business owners" gathered to talk about the economic benefits of farming industrial hemp. State Senator Tom O'Mara hopes hemp becomes a cash-crop for cash-strapped farmers in the Empire State.Hemp is a fiberous compound ...

Closing arguments underway in the murder trial of accused cop killer Eric Frein in Pike County, PA

04.19.17 | Bob Price

Local prosecutor Ray Tonkin says after they sum up, "the jurors will have a chance to make their decision."Defense lawyers rested their case yesterday without calling a single witness. They shocked reporters, too, when they said their client ...

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