List by Author: Bob Price

The looming teacher strike at Pennsylvania's state-owned universities would impact more than 112,000 students across the commonwealth

10.05.16 | Bob Price

If it happens, it would be the first strike in the 33-year-history of the state system of higher education. 5,500 professors could walk off the job as soon as Wednesday, October 19th.Faculty at the affected schools say classes will continue even...

Last Week to Register to Vote in PA for Upcoming Presidential Election

10.04.16 | Bob Price

If you still haven't registered to vote in the upcoming presidential election, time is running out. The last day to sign up to vote in Pennsylvania is Tuesday, October 11 and during this last week, Republicans and Democrats are pushing to...

NYPD official: Don't fear the creepy clowns

10.04.16 | Bob Price

Don't fear the creepy clowns. That was the message on Monday from a top New York Police Department official whose main job is protecting the city from terrorism. Asked about the unexplained spike in reports in other places of menacing by people...

Corry water leaks repaired, restrictions remain

10.04.16 | Bob Price

Corry water users were still being told to boil their water and were being asked to continue conserving it Monday even after significant weekend water leaks were repaired. "We are currently under a boil advisory," City Manager Jason Biondi...

NY eases school concerns over abuse probes

10.04.16 | Bob Price

A federal court decision led some New York schools to block child-abuse investigators from interviewing students at school without their parents' consent, according to the state Office of Children and Family Services. The state agency...

There's a water emergency in Corry, Pennsylvania

10.03.16 | Bob Price

A water main break drained the entire Corry Reservoir of 300 million gallons over the weekend. Corry Mayor Charles Campbell says the departments of public safety and health have been called to make sure residents are taken care of.It'll take up...

For the fourth year in a row, a local runner has won the Wineglass Marathon in Steuben County, New York

10.03.16 | Bob Price

Bryan Morseman crossed the finish line in two hours, 24 minutes and 49 seconds.23-year-old Baily Drewes, a Cornell University graduate student, won the women's division in two hours, 47 minutes and 36 seconds. 7,000 runners took part in the race...

A national cyber security firm says Pennsylvania is vulnerable to hackers this election day

10.03.16 | Bob Price

Experts say it's because there's no paper trail with the voting machines and that makes the election results easier to tamper with.Ben Johnson runs the cyber security firm Carbon Black. Election officials in Harrisburg say the kind of voting...

New York Senator Chuck Schumer says the federal nuclear regulatory commission needs to close a loophole that could allow terrorists to buy material for a dirty bomb

10.03.16 | Bob Price

Schumer also says the federal government needs to do a better  job protecting 9-1-1 call centers from cyber attacks. More than 240 million calls are placed to 9-1-1 centers each year in the U.S.

Medical providers across Pennsylvania came together yesterday to talk about recovery from the disease of drug addiction

09.30.16 | Bob Price

Physician General Rachel Levin led the discussion on ways the Pennsylvania healthcare system can more effectively treat drug addiction. Gary Tennis with the state health department says " a thousand American's a week are dying of drug...

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