List by Author: Bob Price

The heroin epidemic in NY has officials proposing safe-zones where heroin addicts can shoot-up

05.04.17 | Bob Price

The locations are designed to allow heroin addicts to be able to shoot-up without fear of prosecution.But Erie County Health Commissioner Gayle Bernstein says the injection sites would only make it harder for people to quit injecting.  The ...

Gov. Cuomo has signed legislation that invests $26 billion into public schools across the Empire State

05.04.17 | Bob Price

The governor says the $26 billion investment will help develop the workforce of tomorrow.New York spends roughly $20,000 per pupil on public education, more than any other state in America.

Public prayer is under attack in Pennsylvania

05.04.17 | Bob Price

Atheists have filed suit over a 300-year-old prayer tradition in the Pennsylvania State House.Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute is fighting against that lawsuit which seeks to ban invocations in the Pennsylvania House of ...

Storm Pummels Williamsport Area

05.02.17 | Bob Price

A line of strong thunderstorms blew through the area Monday evening, leaving behind quite a mess. Several trees were knocked down and part of the roof was blown off a church in the Williamsport area. PPL reports thousands of customers are without ...

Strong wind topples several trees in Gates

05.02.17 | Bob Price

Trees were no match for whipping winds after a severe storm hit the Rochester area on Monday. In Gates, Betty Duval-Rutley was in her den when a tree snapped and crashing onto some power lines behind her home on Tarwood Drive. Across ...

State of emergency: Broome restricts travel

05.02.17 | Bob Price

Broome County Executive Jason Garnar declared a state of emergency Monday in the wake of strong storms and a tornado watch. The declaration, effective as of 9:30 p.m., directs all county departments and agencies to "take whatever steps ...

STORM RAVAGES REGION: Thousands without power in S. Tier

05.02.17 | Bob Price

Heavy rain and high winds moved through New York state and northern Pennsylvania on Monday evening, leaving tens of thousands without power in the Southern Tier. The heaviest rain moved through the region between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. At midnight ...

A federal judge in PA has ruled that an alliance of atheists can proceed with a lawsuit

05.01.17 | Bob Price

They are suing the state House of Representatives over its invocation policy. U.S. District Court Judge Christopher Conner says he will permit the anti-public prayer case to move forward. The Pennsylvania House has been opening its sessions with ...

Buffalo is still abuzz over the firing of Bills' General Manager Doug Whaley

05.01.17 | Bob Price

Team Owner Terry Pegula says he and his wife, Kim, decided to part ways with Whaley for reasons not yet dislosed.Whaley's dismissal completes the front-office house-cleaning at One Bills Drive.  It began when Head Coach Rex Ryan was fired in ...

New York is giving more than $1 million to 30 farmers across the state

05.01.17 | Bob Price

The state of New York will award farmers who promote "earth-friendly" agriculture. Orleans County in the heart of the Finger Lakes region is getting the lion's share of the funding.   Governor Cuomo hopes the program encourages more farms to ...

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