List by Author: Bob Price

One of the largest natural gas producers in Pennsylvania is asking a federal judge to set aside a more than $4 million jury verdict

04.11.16 | Bob Price

That decision found the company guilty of polluting the well water of two families from Dimock, Pennsylvania.          Houston-based Cabot Oil & Gas maintains its drilling was not responsible for ...

A New York senator wants to increase the reward money to $25 thousand for anyone who thwarts a terror plot through online tips

04.11.16 | Bob Price

Democrat Chuck Schumer says the government's "See something, say something" mantra needs to be applied online, as well.Schumer points out that the San Bernardino gunmen posted their views about jihad on Facebook before they went on their shooting ...

Buffalo and Binghamton are 'feelin' the Bern' of Bernie Sanders

04.11.16 | Bob Price

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will hold a rally this morning at the Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton starting at 10 O'clock. He's the first presidential candidate to visit Binghamton since George W. Bush in 2000. Sanders's ...

An important vote on the sanctity of human life happens today in the Pennsylvania House

04.11.16 | Bob Price

It's a measure to ban abortions after 20 weeks. Maria Gallagher with the Pennsylvania Pro-life Federation.Governor Wolf fears the fetal pain awareness effort will undermine a woman's right to choose, but Gallagher hails it as a landmark ...

Issues to watch in New York primary

04.10.16 | Bob Price

For the first time in decades, New York matters. It’s a surprising statement about a state that, as home to the nation’s most-populous city and media capital, isn’t starved for attention. But when it comes to the presidential ...

Pennsylvania’s pension debt continues to mount; critics alarmed

04.10.16 | Bob Price

Time, as the saying goes, is money. Nowhere is that truer than in Pennsylvania’s mounting pension debt. “It’s growing, if you haven’t figured it out, at $143 a second,” Barry Shutt of Lower Paxton Township ...

Data show 82 New York water systems have exceeded lead limit

04.10.16 | Bob Price

An Associated Press review of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency data shows 82 out of 2,800 public and private drinking water systems in New York state have had lead levels exceeding the federal action limit at least once since 2013. That ...

Unusual GOP delegate rules could put Pa. in the convention spotlight

04.06.16 | Bob Price

When Pennsylvania Republicans head to the polls next month, the first choice they'll make is who they'd like to see as the party's presidential nominee. What those voters may not realize is that their selections for who will represent the state at ...

Pa. corrects number of voters who changed parties

04.06.16 | Bob Price

The Department of State has revised the number of voters who changed parties for the April 26 primary election. From January 1 to April 3, 60,222 voters changed their party affiliation to Democrat, 89,234 changed to Republican and 9,573 to other, ...

New York's top court: Parents can legally eavesdrop on kids

04.06.16 | Bob Price

Parents can legally eavesdrop on young children if they reasonably believe it would be in the child's best interest, the state's highest court ruled Tuesday, establishing an exception to New York law against wiretaps without the consent of at least ...

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