List by Author: Bob Price

Wineglass Marathon Economic Impact Study

09.17.15 | Bob Price

A new study is out on the economic impact of the Wine Glass Marathon and event organizers say it's a real eye opener.   The study found that last year's race generated three and a half million dollars of new revenue into the ...

Pa Republicans push stop-gap proposal

09.17.15 | Bob Price

Republicans plan to introduce a stop-gap budget to partially fund state services and agencies on Wednesday after Gov. Tom Wolf rejected a GOP-crafted budget compromise. Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman said Wednesday that Republicans are moving ...

Cuomo aide shot last week dies at 43

09.17.15 | Bob Price

An attorney in Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration died late Wednesday, more than a week after he was struck by a stray bullet in Brooklyn. Carey Gabay, 43, was taken off a ventilator Wednesday evening, according to a family spokesman. His death ...

Gov. Wolf sets conditions for stopgap budget bill

09.16.15 | Bob Price

Gov. Tom Wolf appears to be no mood to break an 11-week-old budget stalemate by signing onto a short-term spending plan that Republican lawmakers are preparing to advance. The first-term Democrat said Tuesday morning on Pittsburgh radio station ...

Pa. Planned Parenthood Leader: We Should Be Allowed to Sell Aborted Babies’ Body Parts

09.16.15 | Bob Price

Harvesting aborted babies’ body parts and selling them for a profit? A Pennsylvania Planned Parenthood official says it should be allowed, according to the latest video released by the Center for Medical Progress. The video catches Vanessa ...

Appeals court gives thumbs up to Seneca's Buffalo casino

09.16.15 | Bob Price

Seneca Indian Nation is operating a Buffalo casino on ground that qualifies for use as a gaming destination, a federal appeals court said Tuesday. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan rejected decade-old claims brought by groups and ...

Man Charged with Killing 3 at Boys and Girls Club in Rochester

09.16.15 | Bob Price

A Rochester-area man is charged with three county of murder in connection with the August 19th shootings outside the Boys and Girls Club in Rochester. 21 year old Johnny Blackshell, Jr. of Chili is charged with three counts of first degree murder. ...

SolarCity still looking for more hires

09.15.15 | Bob Price

State and city leaders were at an informational session on SolarCity at the University of Buffalo South Campus on Monday. Senator Time Kennedy (D-Buffalo), Assemblywoman Crystal People-Stokes (D-Buffalo), and Councilman Rasheed Wyatt ...

Full-speed ahead with Senate's plans to consider stopgap budget

09.15.15 | Bob Price

After a brief meeting between Gov. Tom Wolf and legislative leaders on Monday morning, Senate Republicans found no reason not to proceed this week with their plans to consider a stopgap budget The stopgap budget would drive out about a third of ...

Stolen Mark Twain plaque returned to his NY burial site

09.15.15 | Bob Price

Officials say a plaque stolen from author Mark Twain's final resting place in an upstate New York cemetery is back where it belongs. The Star-Gazette of Elmira reports ( http://stargaz.tt/1URBhNj ) the 15-pound bronze plaque depicting Twain was ...

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