List by Author: Bob Price

Amid Drought, Village of Alden Enters Agreement With Water Authority

08.01.16 | Bob Price

As the drought persists this summer, the Village of Alden has officially entered an agreement with the Erie County Water Authority to use 50,000 gallons of the authority's water per day, intended as a supplemental supply until conditions ...

State Trooper Saves Carbon County Woman’s Life

07.29.16 | Bob Price

A state trooper is being called a hero tonight after a brave rescue in Carbon County. A house fire in Penn Forest Township left one woman trapped inside burned and breathing in too much smoke. That trooper went in again and again to find her and ...

Despite rains severe drought continues

07.29.16 | Bob Price

Severe drought conditions remain across Western New York, despite the healthy rains received on Monday. The latest U.S. Drought Monitor report was released Thursday and it shows that the areas under severe drought conditions actually expanded a bit ...

Judge nixes pornographic email scandal as Kane trial defense

07.29.16 | Bob Price

The judge in Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s criminal case won’t allow jurors to hear as a trial defense that she was prosecuted to stop her from revealing a pornographic email scandal her office unearthed. Montgomery ...

Black Lives Matter Event Draws Hundreds at Bloomsburg University

07.28.16 | Bob Price

Hundreds of people marched on Bloomsburg University as part of a Black Lives Matter movement Wednesday. As they walked, they chanted and carried signs, pictures, even flags. "I am carrying the black pride flag. This represents our freedom after ...

Woman dies in fiery crash in Susquehanna, Pa.

07.28.16 | Bob Price

Police say a 64-year-old woman was killed Wednesday after her vehicle crashed and caught fire in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. The crash happened shortly after noon, on Route 29 in Dimock Township, according to Pennsylvania state police. ...

Leak sends 300K-plus gallons of sewage into Mohawk River

07.28.16 | Bob Price

Authorities say hundreds of thousands of gallons of sewage has spilled into the Mohawk River from a city's wastewater treatment system for the second time this month. The state Department of Environmental Conservation says the latest spill in the ...

Horse goes missing from central New York farm

07.28.16 | Bob Price

The search is on for a horse that has gone missing from a central New York farm. Roger and Suzanne Head say they first noticed their American paint mare named Guernsey was missing Tuesday morning when they went out to feed her at their farm in the ...

Corning Inc. Releases Q2 Earnings Report

07.27.16 | Bob Price

Corning Incorporated releases its 2016 second quarter earnings Tuesday morning and the company saw increases in core sales and net income compared to the first quarter. Corning reported core sales are up three percent from Q1. Net income increased ...

4-year-old boy shoots self while playing with gun, survives

07.27.16 | Bob Price

Authorities say a 4-year-old western New York boy is recovering from a gunshot wound suffered when the firearm he was playing with discharged. Police in Dunkirk say they were called late Monday night to a home for a report of a person with a ...

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