List by Author: Bob Price

Thomas Clayton Arraigned on new charges Thursday

12.17.15 | Bob Price

The former Elmira Jackal, accused of helping an Elmira man plan his wife Kelley's death, is set to be arraigned in court on new charges filed against him.   Thomas Clayton will be arraigned Thursday at 1:15 p.m. at the Steuben County ...

Fire at Salvation Army church destroys toys and clothes meant for 200 families for Christmas

12.16.15 | Bob Price

Two days after a fire broke out within The Salvation Army church on Shadyside Avenue in Huntingdon, PA, an investigation into the cause is still ongoing.  The contents of the building are a total loss, and the status of the structure is ...

N.Y. State of Health Insurance Program Enrollment Deadline Extended

12.16.15 | Bob Price

The New York State of Health Insurance Program is extending its enrollment deadline for January 1st coverage.    New Yorkers now have until Saturday, December 19th to enroll for health insurance coverage that begins next ...

State opts not to appeal ruling giving Sandusky back pension

12.16.15 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania's large public-sector pension system isn't appealing a court order restoring state retirement benefits to former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. A State Employees' Retirement System spokesman said Tuesday that the ...

Manufacturing in New York shrinks for 5th straight month

12.16.15 | Bob Price

Factory activity in New York shrank for the fifth straight month in December, forcing significant job cuts. The New York Federal Reserve's Empire State manufacturing index, released Tuesday, did improve but stayed in negative territory. It moved ...

Pa. senator calls for handgun licensing law

12.15.15 | Bob Price

A state Senator has unveiled legislation that would require Pennsylvanians to obtain a firearms eligibility license before they could buy a handgun. Senator Art Haywood (D-Montgomery/Philadelphia) said handgun buyers would have to be at least 18 ...

Will there be a budget by Christmas?

12.15.15 | Bob Price

The choir voices filled the Capitol Rotunda with a stirring rendition of, “O Come All Ye Faithful.” The countdown to the lighting of the Capitol Christmas tree went smoothly Monday afternoon. As Governor and Mrs. Wolf threw the switch, ...

Temperatures In The Twin Tiers Reach Record-Breaking Highs Monday

12.15.15 | Bob Price

It's not very often you see your neighbors mowing their lawns in December in Upstate New York. Monday reached record-breaking highs of about 65 degrees. The previous high for December 14 was 58 degrees set back in 2006. Those of you who enjoy ...

Common Core tests won't count for students, teachers until 2020

12.15.15 | Bob Price

Students and teachers will be held harmless from the results of the controversial Common Core tests until the 2019-2020 school year, the state Board of Regents said Monday. The board's committee voted Monday on a series of recommendations from its ...

Attorney General Asking Families For Help With Internet Speed Investigation

12.14.15 | Bob Price

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is asking New Yorkers to test and submit their Internet speeds to make sure they’re accurate. It’s part of a new investigation the AG has launched into internet speeds, making sure consumers are ...

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