List by Author: Bob Price

A wild accident scene in Buffalo yesterday

03.30.17 | Bob Price

Six students, two motorists and a police officer were hurt after an out-of-control driver plowed into a cop with his car, then rammed two other vehicles before rolling over and striking a school bus. One witness said it all started when the driver ...

Rochester's mayor says she won't cooperate with the feds when it comes to cracking-down on illegal immigrants

03.29.17 | Bob Price

Mayor Lovely Warren says she is not willing to put immigrants in a situation where they feel they are not a part of the community.       The Flower City is a sanctuary city and has made it a practice to offer save ...

PA lawmakers have unveiled bills to reform the state's domestic violence statutes

03.29.17 | Bob Price

The measures require defendants facing orders of protection to surrender their firearms. Police would also be required to take a more active role in assisting domestic violence victims. And the courts would have the authority to make it harder for ...

School districts across NY are reporting an uptick in students taking the English exams this week

03.29.17 | Bob Price

Education activist Cal Korn says the Common Core aligned tests "can be very useful in helping us to program better for our students."      Korn thinks the state's decision to untether test results from teacher evaluations ...

A western NY man has admitted to distributing what some have called 'racist' fliers in the Lewiston area

03.28.17 | Bob Price

Horace Scott Lacy says he distributed the "White Lives Matter" fliers in Lewiston to educate people about crime and illegal immigration.He claims his right to free speech, to disseminate literature has been turned into a national outcry by liberal ...

New York lawmakers have 'til midnight Friday to reach a deal on the $152 billion spending plan

03.28.17 | Bob Price

In the waning days of the budget talks, it appears that ethics reform is falling off the negotiating table.Government watchdog Blair Horner says it seems as though some lawmakers "want to do something that seems like a lot, but doesn't do a ...

Nearly 10,000 people were without power yesterday in central Pennsylvania

03.28.17 | Bob Price

For almost 12 hours Monday people in Northumberland and Union counties were without power. The outages impacted schools and businesses in the Lewisburg area. One Milton man said electrical issue was a major inconvenience, especially for folks in ...

A Rochester couple has been arrested after their three children were found left alone in a shopping mall

03.27.17 | Bob Price

The sheriff says the couple brought their eight-year-old, six-year-old and one-month-old to the mall and left them unsupervised on a bench while they went to work in the mall.

A new pregnancy resource center is open for business in Corning, NY

03.27.17 | Bob Price

The Pregnancy Resource Center of the Valleys will operate a clinic at the Nasser Civic Center. Executive Director Marcia Hall says it's open to offer women facing unplanned pregnancies hope for their situation.The center is open Monday thru ...

Pennsylvania's unemployment rate is at a seven-year low

03.27.17 | Bob Price

The 5% clip is slightly above the national average. Over the past year, employers in Pennsylvania have added 74,000 workers to their payrolls.

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