List by Author: Bob Price

Frozen Food Products Recalled Over Listeria Risk

03.24.15 | Bob Price

Supermarkets around the country are pulling Amy's Kitchen frozen food products from their shelves over concerns of possible listeria contamination.The nationwide recall affects nearly 74,000 cases of Amy's Kitchen products, according to the Food ...

Potent form of meth coming to WNY from Mexico

03.23.15 | Bob Price

Recently we've told you about the increased amount of arrests of suspects at labs making methamphetamine in the area. But it turns out that law enforcement is also worried about an imported form of meth that may be even more dangerous, and it's ...

Wolf's nominee for state police commissioner in political trouble

03.23.15 | Bob Price

Gov. Tom Wolf has doubled down on his support of state police commissioner nominee Marcus Brown amid growing pressure from Senate Republicans to withdraw the nomination. Noting that Col. Brown is under investigation on allegations of misdemeanor ...

Local church changes marriage definition

03.23.15 | Bob Price

After three decades of debate, members of the Presbyterian Church voted last week to change the definition of marriage in the church's constitution. That’s from a definition of a man and woman to between "two persons.” A majority of the ...

Northeast gas pipeline progresses, to some landowner dismay

03.23.15 | Bob Price

The 124-mile Constitution Pipeline will likely bring some relief from high natural gas prices to residents of New York City and New England, but it will also bring anguish to some landowners in the wooded hills and valleys in its path. It will ...

TV celeb Sandra Lee pulled into NY legislative ethics debate

03.20.15 | Bob Price

 Sandra Lee has built an empire on lifestyle and cooking advice, but it's her status as Gov. Andrew Cuomo's live-in girlfriend that has placed her in the midst of a political fight over stronger state ethics laws. Cuomo, a Democrat, is ...

Backyard sinkhole reveals mysterious room

03.20.15 | Bob Price

A sinkhole has unearthed a mystery in Lebanon. From above, the sinkhole looks about 10 feet long, four feet wide, and about seven feet deep, but look down inside and you will find there is much more. Stone walls make what appears to be some type ...

Viewing Parties Planned as UB Feels the Madness

03.20.15 | Bob Price

The madness may have started Thursday, but for many hoops fans across western New York today is the day they've been waiting for.The University at Buffalo tips off against West Virginia in their first ever NCAA Tournament appearance, and Bulls fans ...

Impact Of Minimum Wage Increase On N.Y. Farms

03.19.15 | Bob Price

A look into how New York State minimum wage increases will impact local farmers in the Twin Tiers.New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has proposed a bill to boost the state’s minimum wage by 75 cents. As of December 31, 2015, the state's minimum ...

Lancaster Students Plan Rally in Support of Mascot

03.19.15 | Bob Price

A decision by the Lancaster School District to change its mascot is not sitting well with some students who plan to hold a rally before school Thursday. A group of students felt they were left out of the decision-making process. Senior Emily ...

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