List by Author: Bob Price

Woman dies in fiery crash in Susquehanna, Pa.

07.28.16 | Bob Price

Police say a 64-year-old woman was killed Wednesday after her vehicle crashed and caught fire in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. The crash happened shortly after noon, on Route 29 in Dimock Township, according to Pennsylvania state police. ...

Leak sends 300K-plus gallons of sewage into Mohawk River

07.28.16 | Bob Price

Authorities say hundreds of thousands of gallons of sewage has spilled into the Mohawk River from a city's wastewater treatment system for the second time this month. The state Department of Environmental Conservation says the latest spill in the ...

Horse goes missing from central New York farm

07.28.16 | Bob Price

The search is on for a horse that has gone missing from a central New York farm. Roger and Suzanne Head say they first noticed their American paint mare named Guernsey was missing Tuesday morning when they went out to feed her at their farm in the ...

Corning Inc. Releases Q2 Earnings Report

07.27.16 | Bob Price

Corning Incorporated releases its 2016 second quarter earnings Tuesday morning and the company saw increases in core sales and net income compared to the first quarter. Corning reported core sales are up three percent from Q1. Net income increased ...

4-year-old boy shoots self while playing with gun, survives

07.27.16 | Bob Price

Authorities say a 4-year-old western New York boy is recovering from a gunshot wound suffered when the firearm he was playing with discharged. Police in Dunkirk say they were called late Monday night to a home for a report of a person with a ...

Rendell: Pennsylvania in play for Trump

07.27.16 | Bob Price

Former Gov. Ed Rendell on Tuesday declared Pennsylvania "in play" for president, two days before his friend Hillary Clinton is slated to accept the Democratic nomination in Philadelphia. The reason? Republican nominee Donald Trump's rhetoric is ...

NY state fair promises larger midway, more rides

07.27.16 | Bob Price

New York officials say the state fair will have the largest midway in its history, covering 15 acres with at least 70 rides. Operated by the Department of Agriculture and Markets, the 2016 fair is scheduled Aug. 25 to Sept. 5 at the fairgrounds ...

Powerful Hail Storm Brings Down Trees, Damages Homes in Bradford County

07.26.16 | Bob Price

It was raining all day in the Twin Tiers, but some regions got a lot more than just rain. Large hail came down in Pennsylvania, leaving several neighborhoods a mess.  "They were hitting my house, they broke the windshield on my car," Towanda ...

New law lets NY minors wear pink to hunt

07.26.16 | Bob Price

Minors in New York are now allowed to wear fluorescent pink while hunting. Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week signed a new law allowing young hunters to wear the color rather than the traditional orange. Under previous state law, 14- and 15-year-old ...

State's public pensions to get scrutiny in audit

07.26.16 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania's fiscal watchdog will audit the management of $78 billion in assets by the state's two big public employee retirement systems amid a federal investigation into fees paid to outside firms that invest billions of taxpayer dollars. The ...

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