List by Author: Bob Price

NY medical marijuana program to begin Thursday

01.05.16 | Bob Price

The state department of health says New York's new medical marijuana program is expected to launch this Thursday. The earliest the launch could have happened, according to law, was Tuesday, January 5. The Thursday launch was first reported by ...

Church Celebrates 170th Anniversary With Dedication Ceremony

01.04.16 | Bob Price

Members of the Park church here in Elmira celebrated a special milestone today. The church kicked off its 170th anniversary celebration with a dedication of its parlors to four generations of the Langdon family. The Langdons are know as the ...

Kathleen Kane's absolute immunity challenged in court

01.04.16 | Bob Price

Absolute immunity. Those two words, taken from common law of ancient England, mean the public musings of government officials are infallible in the eyes of the Pennsylvania courts. The officials cannot be sued — successfully — by ...

Driver with 88 license suspensions arrested in NY

01.04.16 | Bob Price

Police say a Pennsylvania motorist whose license has been suspended more than 80 times was arrested after being stopped for speeding in New York. Police on Long Island say Eric Dunbar had a valid Pennsylvania license after highway patrol pulled ...

Cuomo: Take homeless inside as temperature falls

01.04.16 | Bob Price

Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday signed an order requiring communities statewide to take homeless people from the streets to shelters when temperatures reach freezing, saying he was ready for a legal challenge from anyone who believes ...

Area Ski Resorts Waiting For Snow

12.22.15 | Bob Price

An area ski resort is celebrating it's opening day today, weeks after it has in years passed. John Meier, Co-Owner of Greek Peak Mountain Resort says, "I skied 49 days last year so I can't wait to you know put my skis on and get out there." And ...

Pa. Supreme Court upholds Gov. Wolf's death penalty moratorium

12.22.15 | Bob Price

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday upheld Gov. Tom Wolf's constitutional authority to grant temporary reprieves to inmates on death row. The case involved Terrance Williams, convicted of beating a man to death with a tire iron in 1984. With ...

Gov. Cuomo seeking to pardon thousands who committed crimes as teens

12.22.15 | Bob Price

Governor Andrew Cuomo is seeking to pardon thousands of New Yorkers convicted of either misdemeanors or non-violent felonies as teenagers. Cuomo’s office says “approximately 10,000 people will be impacted” and that around ...

Wolf says he will veto stop gap measure

12.22.15 | Bob Price

Half way through the fiscal year and Pennsylvania does not have a budget. A Republican majority passed a stop gap measure, with a vote of 22-15, out of the House Appropriations Committee Monday. “This is not most desirable way to proceed ...

Schumer: Feds need plan to assess radicals on social media

12.21.15 | Bob Price

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer says federal officials need a new plan to assess how would-be extremists use social media. The New York Democrat is expected to formally announce his support Sunday for the "Combat Terrorist Use of Social Media Act of ...

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