List by Author: Bob Price

Flu season’s fading, but it’s not over yet

03.12.15 | Bob Price

Flu season is winding down in Broome, Chemung and Tompkins counties, and around the nation, but it’s not quite over yet, officials said. The flu season peaked in January and is steadily declining, but there’s still a lot of illness ...

Police Search For 3 Wellsville, N.Y. People

03.12.15 | Bob Price

Police are asking for help finding three missing people from Allegany County, New York.   They're looking for 36-year old Iasia Ceglia and her two sons, 10-year old Leeman and 11-year old Josefinn Ceglia. The three are from ...

Fayette County man admits threatening lives of Obama and family

03.12.15 | Bob Price

A Fayette County man admitted Wednesday in federal court to threatening President Obama and his family. Joseph H. Savage, 35, of North Union was awaiting trial on unrelated state charges when he mailed a letter to the White House, said Assistant ...

Buffalo baby’s controversial death saves another baby’s life

03.12.15 | Bob Price

Organ donation is known as “the gift of life” even though to save someone’s life, first someone else must die. Over the last three years, News 4 has told the story of baby Michael Clifford. Police say he was shaken to death, ...

2 Pa. lawmakers, former House member arrested on corruption charges

03.11.15 | Bob Price

An influence-peddling case that Attorney General Kathleen Kane rejected has netted six arrests of public officials on bribery charges and the Philadelphia district attorney's investigation continues, a lead prosecutor said Tuesday. “It's ...

Settlement reached in Kids-for-Cash class action suit

03.11.15 | Bob Price

Kids-for-cash figure Robert J. Powell has reached a $4.75 million settlement with juveniles improperly jailed in a detention center he co-owned, according to documents filed in court Tuesday. Powell served an 18-month prison sentence in the case ...

New York school district may consider boycotting state tests

03.11.15 | Bob Price

The school district may consider breaking the law and boycotting the state's standardized tests in April in opposition to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's education policies. The Kenmore-Tonawanda Board of Education on Tuesday discussed a proposal to ...

Pa. Supreme Court to take up Kane's challenge to special prosecutor

03.10.15 | Bob Price

Is Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane trying to put herself beyond the reach of the law? Or is it a special prosecutor who is operating in illegal territory? That's the issue Pennsylvania's Supreme Court will take up Wednesday as it ...

NY Assembly proposes $1.8B boost in school aid

03.10.15 | Bob Price

New York's Democrat-controlled Assembly has proposed increasing aid to public schools by $1.8 billion to nearly $24 billion for the fiscal year that starts April 1. Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie says they're making a commitment to all the state's ...

Wolf's budget proposals could lead to an overhaul of the Pa. jail system

03.10.15 | Bob Price

The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections would take the opportunity to completely restructure and reorganize itself if Gov. Tom Wolf's budget plans pass the General Assembly, said Secretary John Wetzel. Wolf has proposed consolidating ...

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