List by Author: Bob Price

The winds of change are blowing through parts of NY and PA

10.30.17 | Bob Price

A drenching rain yesterday combined with high winds this morning has utility crews bracing for wide-spread power outages this afternoon and evening. Monroe County, NY Executive Cheryl Dinolfo says the soaking rains and wind "could power lines to...

PA transportation officials were 'hard at work' over the summer investing in infrastructure improvements

10.30.17 | Bob Price

Transportation Secretary Leslie Richards says PennDOT crews, along with private contractors, paved over 2,000 miles of roadway and completed 20 bridge projects across the commonwealth.  

Governor Cuomo is sending power crews from throughout the Empire State to Puerto Rico

10.30.17 | Bob Price

This after the U.S. territory rescinded a $300 million contract with a Montana-based energy supplier. 70% of Puerto Rico still has no power more than a month after Hurricane Maria. The hope is that power will be fully restored on the island by...

A pro-life group 'ruffled some feathers' at Penn State this week by displaying graphic signs about abortion

10.27.17 | Bob Price

Some students thought they were inappropriate and unnecessary. But Emma Mysko with the group Created Equal defends the photos, saying they send a powerful message about abortion, since "victims cannot speak out for themselves." Created Equal...

The missing special-needs woman from Livingston County, NY was found alive

10.27.17 | Bob Price

Star Smith was found in her parents' garage in the town of Leicester. Sheriff Tom Dougherty says given how crowded that garage was, he can understand how someone could get lost in there. The 21-year-old Smith was reported missing Monday...

Armed robbery, police chase ends in a fatal shooting in Horseheads, NY

10.27.17 | Bob Price

What began as an armed robbery in Elmira, NY Thursday ended in a police chase and fatal shooting along the side of a highway in Horseheads. Elmira Police Chief Joe Kane says the suspect, 34-year-old James Davis,  shot at them from his...

500 PA Army National Guard troops will be headed to the Middle East in January

10.26.17 | Bob Price

It's the first time since the Korean War the entire command structure of the Pennsylvania Guard is being deployed. Guardsmen from Pennsylvania have been serving in Iraq and Afghanistan since the 9/11 attacks in 2001.

Cancer is the 2nd-leading cause of death in New York

10.26.17 | Bob Price

Governor Cuomo wants to know what can be done to reverse the trend. Statewide, Warren county in New York's north country has the highest rate of cancer anywhere in the Empire State. Cancer kills 35,000 New Yorkers every year.  Only heart...

The 'all clear' has been given in Niagara, NY

10.25.17 | Bob Price

Residents along Military Road were forced to "shelter in place" for more than 20 hours yesterday due to a hazmat spill at a Wegmans parking lot. A truck carrying liquid hydrogen hit a light pole causing some explosive material to seep out.

Buffalo, NY is the friendliest city in America

10.25.17 | Bob Price

A new survey shows the Queen City edging out the likes of Honolulu, Nashville, and San Antonio for the honor. The survey was conducted by Travel and Leisure magazine.

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