List by Author: Bob Price

First Pennsylvania Democrat announces challenge to Kane

08.19.15 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane won’t step down, so longtime Delco prosecutor Jack Stollsteimer is stepping up to challenge her for the Democratic nomination in next year’s primary election. Kane, the first Democrat and ...

Group wants federal probe of NY prisons expanded

08.19.15 | Bob Price

The Correctional Association of New York called Tuesday for expanded federal investigation of the state prison system, saying the recent death of a 30-year-old inmate after a confrontation with guards shows a complete overhaul is overdue. The ...

Steuben County Fair Kicks Off

08.18.15 | Bob Price

The 196th annual Steuben County Fair will run Tuesday, August 18th through Sunday, August 23rd. According to its official site, the fair is the oldest continually running fair in the United States.  Steuben County Fair Manager, Nick Pelham, ...

Man was worked to death on 14-hour shift

08.18.15 | Bob Price

A three-judge panel in Pennsylvania has agreed with a widow who claimed her husband was worked to death, awarding her death benefits after he collapsed during his 14-hour shift working for a municipal water department. Robert Dietz, 48, died ...

Trial for NY man in bid to make X-ray weapon, target Muslims

08.18.15 | Bob Price

An upstate New York man accused of trying to assemble a mobile X-ray device meant to kill people at a mosque and an Islamic center is on trial in federal court. Glendon Scott Crawford of Galway has pleaded not guilty to three charges, including ...

NY foreclosure rates remain high

08.18.15 | Bob Price

Foreclosure filings in New York remain more prevalent than they were prior to the housing crisis but have begun to level off, according to a report Monday. There were 43,868 new foreclosure cases filed last year in New York courts, down from ...

Missing NY man, 70, found alive after week stranded in woods

08.17.15 | Bob Price

- Authorities say a 70-year-old man has been found alive in a wooded area in western New York a week after he fell while out for a walk. Police say Donald Farrell was found Sunday morning amid trees and tall weeds about two miles from his home in ...

Wolf, GOP leaders have a shot to make progress on state budget this week

08.17.15 | Bob Price

It's been said that the players on the stage that is Pennsylvania's state government can always strike a deal when they want to strike a deal. This week, we should find out a lot about who wants to make a deal to reach a state budget before the ...

Kane ouster could come suddenly

08.17.15 | Bob Price

State Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane’s ouster from office could come suddenly and with no advance public warning if the Supreme Court takes emergency action to suspend her law license. It’s not known whether the court or its arm, ...

Can Start-Up NY prove critics wrong?

08.17.15 | Bob Price

The criticism grew as quickly as the figures were released: the Start-Up NY program cost taxpayers $53 million in ads, and the program created 76 jobs. The initiative, heavily promoted in TV ads, creates tax-free zones for 10 years for businesses ...

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