List by Author: Sarah Harnisch

The Trump Campaign sues county election boards in Pennsylvania

06.29.20 | Sarah Harnisch

The suit stems from mail-in drop-off sites for ballots in the June 2 primary. President Trump's re-election campaign, the National Republican Party and 4 western Pennsylvania members of Congress sued to force changes to how the state collects...

To pay rent or not in NY and PA?

04.17.20 | Sarah Harnisch

People in New York have been told by the governor they can stop paying their rent and mortgage for 90 days to alleviate the stress. Dave Ramsey's daughter, Rachel Cruz, says that's the worst advice she's heard yet. Buy your food, pay as much of...

Demand drop is causing some NY & PA dairy farmers to dump the "moo juice"

04.15.20 | Sarah Harnisch

Lauren Williams with the New York Farm Bureau says, "prices have been falling as co-ops adjust to new markets." She says with school cafeterias, coffee shops, and restaurants not buying, grocery stores simply can't stock all the milk they...

Mail-in and absentee ballots have surged in PA for the June primary

04.15.20 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvania counties have processed 283,000 ballots-- 209K from Democrats, and 73K from Republicans. In 2016, only 84,000 votes were cast with the absentee ballot system. The June 2nd primary is still seven weeks away. Counties all across the...

Power crews have been up all night doing line repairs after whipping winds

04.14.20 | Sarah Harnisch

Today, nearly 34,000 New Yorkers are waking up in the dark, while over 1,000 in Pennsylvania don't have electricity. At one point last night, 26,000 people were without power in New York and more than 11,000 in the commonwealth, after wind gusts...

NY proposes bill banning retail sales of dogs, cats & rabbits

02.04.20 | Sarah Harnisch

The ban could kick in as soon as mid-2021, and that would mean New York would join Maryland and California, if Democratic Senator Mike Gianari's bill is approved. Supporters say the vast majority of New York pet stores already don't sell cats...

No state in the nation lost as many people last year as NY

12.31.19 | Sarah Harnisch

The Census Committee insists New York's overall population fell by .4 percent, or almost 77-thousand people. Illinois came in 2nd place for a mass exodus of residents--losing 51-thousand people. Population loss has been an albatross for ten...

Round #2 for NY family with state on medical exemption to vaccines

12.09.19 | Sarah Harnisch

Carl Schwartz from Penn Yann, New York says the religious exemption to vaccines that was pulled in June does not affect his son Thorn, because he had a medical exemption from a doctor. However, the state also tightened restrictions for medical...

Binghamton HS students spent Thanksgiving feeding needy families

11.29.19 | Sarah Harnisch

It was the 24th annual community dinner at Binghamton High School with 200 kids pitching in. Some students say they'll never forget serving this week. Those teens served 1,000 families. This is what went into pulling off that dinner: 1000...

PA is changing statute of limitation rules for child sexual abuse

11.27.19 | Sarah Harnisch

Among the changes come complete elimination of the age at which a victim can bring criminal charges. Last year, a grand jury report exposed a history of abuse and cover ups in the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania. 301 Predator priests were...

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