List by Author: Bob Price

Erie, PA has smashed the record for it's most snow recorded in a single winter

02.09.18 | Bob Price

More than 152 inches has fallen on Erie this winter, and that breaks the impervious record of 149 inches inches set back in the year 2001. Erie saw record setting snow on Christmas Day: more than 34 inches. Another 27 inches fell December...

A ticker-tape parade happens today in Philadelphia

02.08.18 | Bob Price

It's a Super Bowl parade, and it's the first-ever in Philadelphia. The city is offering free subway rides all day long for Eagles fans. They're expected to show up in droves along the five-mile parade route. The festivities start at 11 a.m...

The deadline to recertify your NY state pistol permit is today

01.31.18 | Bob Price

This affects New Yorkers who had their permits issued to them before January 2013. Under the law, if you fail to renew with state police,  your permit could be revoked. You can complete the process by mail, or online.

This Wed. marks the deadline for NY pistol permit holders to recertify their firearms

01.29.18 | Bob Price

The SAFE Act policy is much-maligned by gun rights groups. Jason McGuire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms says "you have to believe that if people are not registering, at some point there will be some kind of legal enforcement to...

Top PA Republcans petition the Supreme Court to intervene following a gerrymandering ruling

01.26.18 | Bob Price

The recent ruling by Pennsylvania's Supreme Court forces the state to redraw all of the state's 19 congressional districts. The GOP says the Pennsylvania Supreme Court unconstitutionally usurped the authority of lawmakers to create congressional...

The NY comptroller's office looks to connect residents with unclaimed funds

01.25.18 | Bob Price

The comptrollers office has a website where you can check to see if you are owed any money. According to the website, New York returns a million dollars every day to those who file claims on the site. Although 65% of the unclaimed funds are...

NY state could adopt its own version of net neutrality

01.23.18 | Bob Price, Jeremy Miller

Assemblywoman Patricia Fahy and Senator David Carlucci want to ban companies like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon from interfering with internet traffic. A federal net neutrality rule was recently repealed by the Federal Communications...

Cornell University is taking in hurricane victims from Puerto Rico

01.19.18 | Bob Price

62 students from Puerto Rico's main public university are arriving this month at Cornell for the spring semester. The ivy league school in Ithaca, NY is offering one semester of free tuition, room, and board. Additionally, almost $60,000 has...

Substance abuse experts are wary of recreational pot in New York

01.18.18 | Bob Price

New York Democratic Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo tells WBNG-TV that with many other northeastern states legalizing pot "really is going to be inevitable that New York goes in this direction." Republican Senator Fred Akshar disagrees saying "I...

A Corning-area non-profit is starting a new program catering to veterans

01.17.18 | Bob Price

The AIM Independent Living Center helps with resume-building, access to education and retraining programs so vets can transition back to civilian life. New York's unemployment rate is 4.5%, but its much higher for veterans -- especially female...

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