List by Author: Bob Price

Farmers Almanac : Super Bowl may be Storm Bowl

08.26.13 | Bob Price

The Farmers' Almanac is using words like "piercing cold," "bitterly cold" and "biting cold" to describe the upcoming winter. And if its predictions are right, the first outdoor Super Bowl in years will be a messy "Storm Bowl." The 197-year-old ...

Obama Begins Bus Tour In NY

08.22.13 | Bob Price

President Obama's two-day bus tour begins at 10-30 this morning when Air Force One arrives at the Buffalo/Niagra International Airport.  15-hundred people will get a chance to see the President speak at the University of Buffalo's Alumni ...

NYS Fair Gets Underway Today

08.22.13 | Bob Price

Gates open at 8 a.m. on opening day of the Great New York State Fair.  This year's world famous butter sculpture will be unveiled at 10am. This year's creation mixes New York icons like Niagara Falls and the Statue of Liberty with the ...

Western New York hosts Rare Salamanders

08.22.13 | Bob Price

Some of the world’s largest salamanders, once a rare sight in New York state, are squirming anew in upstate streams with the help of the Bronx Zoo. Also known as "snot otters," "devil dogs" and "Allegheny alligators," eastern hellbenders can ...

Controversial PA Police Chief Suspended

08.22.13 | Bob Price

A gun-control group has erected a billboard calling on the small northeastern Pennsylvania borough of Gilberton to fire its police chief, who's been suspended for allegedly using department weapons and ammunition without permission. Chief Mark ...

Registration Deadline For S-T-A-R

08.21.13 | Bob Price

If you are one of 2.6 million homeowners in New York state, it's time to re-register for the STAR property tax rebate. If you don't reapply online or by phone by December 31st, you risk loosing the property tax credit-- which can be as high as 500 ...

PA Granted Waiver from No Child Left Behind Act

08.21.13 | Bob Price

The U.S. Education Department Granted Pennsylvania a partial waiver from the 'No Child Left Behind'  School Evaluation law today.  This gives state officials the flexibility to make a plan to improve the schools on the state's own terms. ...

Grand Jury Indicts PA Man over Drilling Leases

08.21.13 | Bob Price

A Pittsburgh grand jury has indicted a man on mail and wire fraud charges related to natural gas drilling leases. Prosecutors say in a Tuesday release that 33-year-old Derek A. Candelore of Jeannette worked as a landman, trying to get mineral ...

Seneca's Pursue Rochester Area Casino

08.21.13 | Bob Price

The Seneca Nation appears to be looking at a casino in Rochester. In a statement, the Senecas announced they've retained a Rochester company to organize and coordinate a casino hotel in Henrietta. “The Seneca Nation is interested in looking ...

Governor Sued over Casino Deal

08.20.13 | Bob Price

Governor Andrew Cuomo and the state Legislature have been sued over the landmark deal that gave the Oneida Indian Nation a casino monopoly in Central New York. The Oneida County towns of Vernon and Verona say Cuomo did not have authority to make ...

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