List by Author: Bob Price

Police: Bones Found At Kermit Gosnell's Home

04.15.15 | Bob Price

Police say the Crime Scene Unit is looking into bones found at convicted killer and abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell's  home located on  North 32nd Street in Mantua. L&I made the discovery while sealing off the property. There is no ...

"Opt out" numbers from NY

04.15.15 | Bob Price

Authorities say thousands of students sat out the first day of New York's statewide English assessments, with several districts around Buffalo reporting more than half of their students didn't take the tests. Reports from around the state indicate ...

Radon / Natural gas link in Pa

04.15.15 | Bob Price

A study linking increased radon levels in Pennsylvania homes to natural-gas fracking sites made national waves when it was released last week. It also likely elicited one of several emotions from people who heard the news: worry for the natural-gas ...

School district supports transgender student

04.15.15 | Bob Price

The mother of a transgender student in Sodus went back before the school board to stand up for the rights of her 11-year-old Tuesday night. "I finally see my daughter happy, like truly happy, her laugh...when she laughs now it's genuine and that ...

Proposed Tioga Schools Budget Means 30 Percent Tax Rate Hike

04.14.15 | Bob Price

Taxpayers in the Tioga Central School District have a big decision to make when they head to the polls next month. The district's proposed 2015/2016 school year budget means residents could see a 30 percent tax hike.To keep all current programming ...

Penn State pays big price for restoring Joe Paterno's wins

04.14.15 | Bob Price

The cost of the legal battle that restored Joe Paterno's status as the winningest coach in major college football, with 409 total wins, didn't come cheap. It is expected to figure out to about $13,500 for each of the 111 wins Paterno's team ...

Thousands Likely to Sit Out New York English, Math Tests

04.14.15 | Bob Price

Parent leaders of the movement to boycott New York's standardized tests say opting children out could do more for their education than the tests themselves. As English assessments are given Tuesday through Thursday to more than 1 million third- ...

Pa. House OKs bill that allows pharmacists to offer flu shots to children

04.14.15 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania pharmacists would be allowed to offer flu vaccines to children ages 9 and older, with parental permission, under legislation approved Monday by the state House of Representatives. House Bill 182 would also allow licensed pharmacy ...

Freeh seeks out-of-county judge for Spanier defamation suit

04.13.15 | Bob Price

Former FBI director Louis Freeh wants a judge from outside the State College area to handle the defamation case against him and his law firm filed by former Penn State president Graham Spanier. Freeh’s lawyers filed a motion Friday seeking ...

Move for mayor to take over Buffalo Public Schools

04.13.15 | Bob Price

A push is on for mayoral control over the Buffalo Public Schools. Two On Your Side has confirmed that legislation is being introduced in Albany that would give Mayor Byron Brown power over the district. This comes at a time when a number of ...

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