List by Author: Bob Price

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is teaming up to study the effects of medical pot on kids with autism

12.12.17 | Bob Price

This is the first major effort in these United States to link the controversial therapy with the developmental disorder. More than 200,000 cases of childhood autism are diagnosed every year in America. Pennsylvania's medicinal marijuana program...

A gas driller's ongoing feud with a PA homeowner is back in court

12.12.17 | Bob Price

Cabot Oil & Gas claims Dimock resident Ray Kemble and his lawyers tried to extort the company through a frivolous lawsuit. The federal lawsuit, which was filed in April but withdrawn two months later, accused Cabot of polluting Kemble's...

'Tis the season for giving, but it's also the season for taking

12.11.17 | Bob Price

New York state troopers are warning shoppers to beware of thieves. Police recommend shopping with a friend or in a group, making sure all your purchases are kept out of sight in your car, and to avoid carrying large amounts of cash. They also...

PA education officials are reducing standardized testing days

12.07.17 | Bob Price

Governor Wolf says schools are spending too much time "teaching the test" and that's not the way education works. Starting next spring, standardized testing will be done over two weeks, not three, and the exams will be doled out later in the...

A dumping of snow is expected in towns south of Buffalo

12.07.17 | Bob Price

Today through early Friday, the south towns of Buffalo are expected to be covered with 12-18 inches of wind-blown snow. Those lake-effect snow bands off Lakes Erie and Ontario are starting to shift south.

A religious freedom case is brewing in the capital region of Pennsylvania

12.07.17 | Bob Price

A 20-year veteran of the Pennsylvania police force has been suspended for 10 days for going to church while he was on duty. Mark Hovan went to services twice in uniform at a Catholic church in Middletown, some 10 miles outside Harrisburg. Hovan...

A family funnels funds in Niagara Falls

12.07.17 | Bob Price

A former head of the Niagara Falls Housing Authority, and her son and daughter-in-law, have entered guilty pleas to stealing government funds. Stephanie Cowart faces up to 10 years in prison, while her son Allen and his wife could get up to a...

The lake effect machine cranks up today

12.06.17 | Bob Price

Snow-blowers will be working overtime as several inches of the white stuff fall near the Great Lakes. Expect blizzard-like conditions at times. A winter weather warning is in effect from seven tonight thru 7 o'clock Friday morning in ski...

New York's AG is investigating millions of fake comments posted to the FCC website ahead of next week's ruling on net neutrality

12.05.17 | Bob Price

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says the process "has been deeply corrupted." The FCC plans to repeal net neutrality rules. Critics fear it could cost you more for high-speed internet. Those opposed to net neutrality say it keeps the...

A college in Union County, PA is offering vaccines on campus after a meningitis health scare

12.05.17 | Bob Price

Two Bucknell University students in Lewisburg were sent to the hospital with meningitis. The students were diagnosed with the bacterial infection over Thanksgiving break. Both have since been released from the hospital.

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