List by Author: Bob Price

Trial begins for Kathleen Kane

08.08.16 | Bob Price

The final act of the Kathleen Kane drama is at hand. Almost four years after her landslide victory to become Pennsylvania's first Democratic attorney general, and after her popularity collapsed amid reports of dropped criminal cases and vendettas ...

Death Penalty Imposed On Woman In 2003 Slaying Thrown Out

08.08.16 | Bob Price

A central Pennsylvania judge has thrown out the death penalty imposed on a woman convicted of killing her World War II-veteran neighbor with a hatchet more than a dozen years ago. Clinton County Senior Judge Michael Williamson said 37-year-old ...

Schumer: Congress should return from recess to address Zika

08.08.16 | Bob Price

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer says Congress must return to Washington to take up emergency funding to combat the Zika virus. The New York Democrat said Sunday that ongoing work on a vaccine could be jeopardized unless lawmakers end their current ...

Fans Gather to Cheer, Support Keystone Little League Team

08.05.16 | Bob Price

More than a hundred hometown fans gathered to cheer and fundraised for the Keystone Little League team Thursday night at the Mill Hall Baseball Field. The team is headed to Connecticut this weekend for regionals and if there’s a win ...

Arrest Made in Fire at Buffalo-area Fireman's Home

08.05.16 | Bob Price

North Tonawanda Police announce the arrest of Matthew Jurado in the fire at the apartment of a fireman who was the target of a racial attack this week.  Jurado is charged with arson in connection with the fire at the apartment home of North ...

Bill would shield 'Good Samaritans' who rescue kids left in cars

08.05.16 | Bob Price

Days after a heat wave blistered parts of the state, a Luzerne County legislator has introduced a bill that would bar individuals from being sued for breaking into a hot car to rescue a child inside. "People wouldn't have to question, 'What if I ...

Water Saving Measures Helping In Lyndonville

08.05.16 | Bob Price

In the wake of the ongoing drought, four Western New York communities remain under water conservation advisories; Alden, North Collins, Lewiston, and Lyndonville. Lyndonville, a village in the Orleans County town of Yates, was the first to impose ...

Lawmakers grill official over Start-Up NY

08.04.16 | Bob Price

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's top economic-development official on Wednesday bemoaned a wave of negative attention surrounding Start-Up NY, a state program that created just 408 new jobs in its first two years despite a $53 million advertising campaign. A ...

Tractor-trailer drags man in wheelchair in Syracuse

08.04.16 | Bob Price

A man in a wheelchair has been seriously injured after police say he was dragged several hundred feet by a tractor-trailer in central New York. Syracuse police say a man in a motorized wheelchair was in an intersection Wednesday afternoon when he ...

Judge's order says Sandusky could testify in appeal hearing

08.04.16 | Bob Price

Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky could take the stand during his appeal hearing later this month. A new court order issued Tuesday by Judge John Cleland said Sandusky may testify, as long as prosecutors approve it and are ...

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