List by Author: Bob Price

If you're looking to get your Masters degree in business online-- look no further than PA

01.17.17 | Bob Price

Temple University's School of Business tops the "U.S. News and World Report" list of the best online MBA programs. Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh was second while Penn State came in 8th on the list this year. The rankings were ...

Gov. Wolf takes the wraps off his budget blueprint in just three weeks

01.17.17 | Bob Price

Tom Wolf is not expected to call for any new taxes to tackle a more than $2 billion dollar deficit.

Pennsylania's senior citizen population is booming

01.16.17 | Bob Price

For the first time ever, the number of Keystone State residents 65 years and older exceeds two million.Pennsylvania ranks fifth in the nation for the percentage of seniors within its borders.many of them will require nursing home care at some ...

The low-income home energy assistance program, or 'LIHEAP,' is now open for business in PA

01.16.17 | Bob Price

Qualifying home-owners can apply for heating grants so they don't have to choose between turning up the thermostat or buying groceries.McKean County Representative Marty Causer says you can find out what the income eligibility guidelines are for ...

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to help recent college graduates buy homes

01.16.17 | Bob Price, Jeremy Miller

His proposal would offer subsidized low-interest loans and down payment assistance to graduates who settle upstate.    The governor says the $5 million program would help young workers invest in their futures and encourage more highly ...

Gov. Cuomo wants to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana possession

01.13.17 | Bob Price

 Cuomo says possessing pot does not pose a safety threat to the community at large. Democrats in Albany say prisons are overcrowded because of "policies that don"t make sense."  But local law enforcement officials are wary of the ...

PA Gov. Tom Wolf has announced a plan to invest $25 million to improve rural health-care

01.13.17 | Bob Price

Wolf says the morbidity rate, suicide rate and drug addiction rate are all higher in rural areas than the big cities.   The governor says half of all the hospitals in Pennsylvania's rural communities are in danger of going ...

A flu outbreak has caused overcrowding at hospitals in NY and PA

01.13.17 | Bob Price

Dr. John Trainer, Chief of Infectious Diseases at the University of Rochester Medical Center says this year's strain of flu is coinciding with a nasty stomach bug.Trainer says the best advice to stop the spread of flu is to stay home from work or ...

The first witness takes the stand today at the murder-for-hire trial of former Elmira hockey player Thomas Clayton

01.13.17 | Bob Price

Prosecutors say the defendant took out a one million dollar life insurance policy on his wife, the year before he had her killed in their Corning-area home. The trial is expected to last four to six weeks in Steuben County.

PA Gov. Tom Wolf says 700,000 residents will lose their insurance if the A.C.A. is repealed

01.12.17 | Bob Price

He says under Obamacare, Pennsylvania's uninsurance rate has gone from 20% to 6%. Skeptics point out that a big reason for that is because under the A.C.A., if you don't get insurance, you have to pay a fine.

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