List by Author: Bob Price

Pa. House OKs bill that allows pharmacists to offer flu shots to children

04.14.15 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania pharmacists would be allowed to offer flu vaccines to children ages 9 and older, with parental permission, under legislation approved Monday by the state House of Representatives. House Bill 182 would also allow licensed pharmacy ...

Freeh seeks out-of-county judge for Spanier defamation suit

04.13.15 | Bob Price

Former FBI director Louis Freeh wants a judge from outside the State College area to handle the defamation case against him and his law firm filed by former Penn State president Graham Spanier. Freeh’s lawyers filed a motion Friday seeking ...

Move for mayor to take over Buffalo Public Schools

04.13.15 | Bob Price

A push is on for mayoral control over the Buffalo Public Schools. Two On Your Side has confirmed that legislation is being introduced in Albany that would give Mayor Byron Brown power over the district. This comes at a time when a number of ...

Search warrants on Kane's offices seek emails

04.13.15 | Bob Price

Investigators served search warrants seeking emails from Attorney General Kathleen Kane's offices as Kane prepares for a legal challenge in Montgomery County where she could be held in contempt of court, sources told the Tribune-Review on ...

NY attorney general questions work practices of 13 retailers

04.13.15 | Bob Price

New York's attorney general has launched an inquiry into 13 retailers, questioning whether they require workers remain on-call for short-notice shifts and pay for less than four hours when employees report for work, a practice not legal in New ...

Mail Carrier Hailed As Hero For Helping Toddler

04.11.15 | Bob Price

Wilkes-Barre police took custody of a toddler after finding the child alone inside a Hazle Street apartment Friday morning. Officers said the toddler was bruised and wearing only a dirty diaper, alone in a filthy place, with a space heater on. A ...

4 dead in home; carbon monoxide eyed, car running in garage

04.11.15 | Bob Price

Four elderly people were found dead in a home Friday in an apparent carbon monoxide poisoning after a car was left running in an attached garage, police said. The victims were 83-year-old Jerry Hugel, his wife, 80-year-old Marie Hugel, 70-year-old ...

Search warrants served at two of Kane's offices

04.11.15 | Bob Price

Investigators on Friday served search warrants at two of Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane's offices, according to sources with knowledge of the search. The purpose of the searches was unclear, but they appeared to be the first sign that ...

'Toxic Toy' Bill Gets Another Push in NY, Industry Objects

04.11.15 | Bob Price

Legislation to ban the use of certain chemicals in toys may get another chance in New York state before lawmakers adjourn in June. The measure would require manufacturers to phase out the use of chemicals deemed harmful, such as benzene, mercury ...

Corning Community College Teams Up With Ugandan Water Project

04.10.15 | Bob Price

Corning Community College students get involved in The Ugandan Water Project to fundraise for millions without access to clean water.The Ugandan Project is a non-profit organization that raises funds for a number of sustainable water solutions ...

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