List by Author: Bob Price

Wolf takes jabs at GOP lawmakers

01.08.16 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday continued to rail against Republican legislators after their most recent rejection of a state budget. He made a stop at Alpha-Lab Gear in East Liberty as part of his “Jobs that Pay” tour, ...

Elevators a problem issue at Cargill

01.08.16 | Bob Price

Elevators sending workers into one of the deepest salt mines in America have been a trouble spot at Cargill’s Lansing site for at least three years. As recently as Saturday, the same elevator that stranded 17 workers 900 feet ...

Kane says she won't testify at Senate removal hearing

01.07.16 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is not expected to testify Tuesday at a Senate hearing about her potential removal from office, a spokesman said. The special bipartisan Senate panel considering her removal will proceed whether or not ...

Governor Proposes Thruway Toll Freeze

01.07.16 | Bob Price

Governor Andrew Cuomo is once again proposing using state funds to support the Thruway Authority. Cuomo says a $1 billion bailout would allow the state to freeze tolls on the Thruway until 2020. "I want to spend $1 billion on a Thruway toll ...

Police: Man plotted to kill troopers, judges

01.07.16 | Bob Price

Police say they’ve filed charges against a man who plotted to kill his ex-girlfriend, state troopers and York County judges. Howard Timothy Cofflin Jr., 56, of Dundalk, Maryland was charged Wednesday with attempted homicide, attempted ...

Locals React to Macy's Closing at Arnot Mall

01.07.16 | Bob Price

18 News has learned the Macy's store in the Arnot Mall is closing in the spring. The store made the announcement on their website, saying the Horseheads based store will close in April. 79 employees currently work in the 120,000 square foot store ...

Owego Elementary will open doors Wednesday

01.06.16 | Bob Price

Wednesday morning will mark a homecoming for Owego-Apalachin Elementary school students and staff. With the escort of police and fire department vehicles, and with a bus adorned with banners leading the way, students will be taken ...

Cuomo vows to strip pensions of corrupt politicians, employees

01.06.16 | Bob Price

Governor Cuomo came to Rochester Tuesday to talk economic development, but he also issued a promise: Lawmakers will pay a price for corruption. "We should remove the pensions of public officials and employees who are convicted of a felony," he ...

Schools watch their accounts as Pa. funding pours in

01.06.16 | Bob Price

Hundreds of school district bookkeepers across Pennsylvania are breathing a sigh of relief this week. The governor's partial approval of a state spending plan last week means billions of dollars stoppered up by political gridlock are landing in ...

Grocery store recalling about 1,000 pounds of chicken

01.06.16 | Bob Price

A New York-based grocery store chain is recalling more than 1,000 pounds of chicken. A federal inspector found during a review that Wegmans altered its production schedule and produced chicken products outside the approved hours of operation. ...

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