List by Author: Bob Price

Pa. Attorney General Kane held for trial on latest criminal counts

11.11.15 | Bob Price

Attorney General Kathleen Kane forgot about signing a document that swore her to secrecy for all grand juries and made “an innocent mistake” when she testified that she had not done so, her attorney argued Tuesday. “Cut her a ...

Law license critical for Pa. attorney general to function

11.10.15 | Bob Price

Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler, a former judge and state senator, on Monday told a special Senate committee that if his law license were suspended indefinitely, as is Attorney General Kathleen Kane's, he would not be able to do his ...

Prosecutors seek no prison for Libous

11.10.15 | Bob Price

Federal prosecutors will not seek prison time for former state Senate Deputy Majority Leader Thomas Libous, citing a cancer expert who says he has a year or less to live. In a court filing Monday, U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s office ...

Possible breakthrough in Pa.'s budget stalemate?

11.10.15 | Bob Price

For the first time in their five-month-old standoff, Gov. Wolf and Republican legislators indicated Monday that they had reached a tentative agreement on key pieces of the long-overdue state budget. Republican leaders in the Senate and House ...

Southern Tier sounds off on Common Core

11.10.15 | Bob Price

Parents, teachers and school administrators from around the Southern Tier gathered at Binghamton University on Monday evening to voice their opinions on the controversial Common Core standards. The vast majority of speakers at the ...

Reed: State budget deal could be finalized by Thanksgiving

11.09.15 | Bob Price

There’s a chance Pennsylvanians could see a finalized state budget plan by Thanksgiving. In an email sent out to Republican legislators on Friday afternoon, Pennsylvania House Majority Leader Dave Reed predicted the end of the budget ...

New Organ Donor Law In New York State

11.09.15 | Bob Price

There's a new law here in New York State that you'll need to pay close attention to when you renew your driver's license or non-driver ID. Applicants must now choose whether they would like to become a registered organ, eye and tissue donor on the ...

Salvation Army gearing up for Red Kettle Drive

11.09.15 | Bob Price

A local organization that helps hundreds of local families in need is gearing up for its busiest time of year.   Salvation Army Captain Debra Stedman says, "It feels good to be able to help as many people as we can help."   The ...

Christian troupe spreads cheer by clowning around

11.09.15 | Bob Price

Marge Harbold, of Whitney Point, does God’s work by clowning around. She’s the founder and head clown of the Christian Clown Troupe of Our Saviour Lutheran Church in Endwell. She and eight other church members dress as clowns for ...

2/3rds Pa. uninsured could get government help but haven't

11.06.15 | Bob Price

Nearly one million people don't have health insurance in Pennsylvania, and a new study shows many could get coverage but don't know they're eligible. Nearly half of the uninsured are eligible for Medicaid, but haven't enrolled. And almost ...

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