List by Author: Bob Price

New York has one of the easiest drivers test in the country

02.22.19 | Bob Price

New York has been named one of the easiest states to pass a drivers test in, according to a new study. The study by Siegfried and Jensen examined total costs, a knowledge test, road test requirements, and learner's permit requirements. Drivers...

Damaging Winds Expected Sunday

02.22.19 | Bob Price

A significant wind storm is shaping up for Sunday. A High Wind Warning has been issued by the National Weather Service from Sunday morning to Monday morning. Sustained winsa of 35 to 45 mph are forecast with gusts to 75 mph at times. Winds of...

New York's governor signs the Child Victims Act

02.14.19 | Bob Price

The law extends the statute of limitations in child abuse cases and opens a one-year window during which victims can sue their abuser. Attorney Barry Covert says, "anyone of any age can bring a lawsuit against the abusers or people who...

Pro-lifers make point about the unborn at an Upstate NY town meeting

02.13.19 | Bob Price

150 People showed up at a Batavia City Council meeting this week. They demanded lawmakers write a letter in opposition to Governor Cuomo's Reproductive Health Act, saying it opens the door to late-term abortions. The bill codifies Roe V...

A drag queen story-hour event at a PA public library is drawing the ire of pro-family forces

02.08.19 | Bob Price

The American Library Association encourages locations to have events where men, dressed in women's clothes and heavy makeup, read to children. Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute tells Family Life News "people need to find out...

Pro-life activists will gather next month in Albany to show disdain for Reproductive Health Act

02.08.19 | Bob Price

Jason McGuire with New York Families says, "we want to flood the state capital and show them that life matters." He says Governor Cuomo is playing defense with his extreme position on abortion. The Legislative Day event at the New York state...

Vaccines could be mandatory for everyone in NY

02.07.19 | Bob Price

Legislation "in the works" in New York could eliminate all exemptions from mandatory childhood vaccinations including religious ones. New York could follow in the footsteps of states such as California and Vermont in passing legislation that...

NY Gov. Cuomo presses to legalize rec. pot before April 1 budget deadline

02.04.19 | Bob Price

Glenn Liebman with the Mental Health Association of New York is urging caution, because pot changes the brain, especially a developing brain. The governor wants to use some of the revenue generated from taxing marijuana to study to health...

Fourth confirmed measles cases in Monroe County

02.01.19 | Bob Price

An additional case of measles has been confirmed by the Monroe County Health Department. The department confirms the latest case involves a boy who attends Canal View Elementary School in Spencerport. This brings the total of confirmed cases of...

As Storm Fades, Fears of Flooding Emerge

02.01.19 | Bob Price

This week's winter storm is coming to a merciful close, but could rising temperatures spell trouble for the region next week? Local officials are certainly concerned. "Next week there will be a warmup," said Mayor Byron Brown. "We're expecting...

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