List by Author: Sarah Harnisch

PA state police are recruiting candidates to fill about 500 job openings

12.14.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Officials are looking for more troopers and liquor control officers. State residents have less than three weeks to apply for the openings which offer beginning salaries of nearly $43,000  for a liquor control officer and nearly $59,000 for a ...

Pennsylvania is in the throws of deer hunting season

12.05.16 | Sarah Harnisch

State Representative Martin Causer, who oversees McKean and Potter counties in northern Pennsylvania, was out in the woods himself this week.  So far, he's seen one buck and plans to head out again.Causer says there is an important program ...

Green Party Candidate Jill Stein is taking her fight for a recount of the votes in the presidential election to the federal court system

12.05.16 | Sarah Harnisch

By Sunday morning, her recount bid had raised a little more then $7 million. But she says they cannot afford the $1 million bond required for a Pennsylvania recount. Instead, they are switching strategies and filing for a federal recount.It's ...

Snow and cold making a display this week

12.05.16 | Sarah Harnisch

We are due for a 20 degree temperature drop by Saturday. The last two weeks of fall are going to feel a lot like winter. The National Weather Service is predicting below-normal temperatures that will start this week and last for 14 days. Some ...

Thousands of Penn State students are headed to the "Big 10" game in Indianapolis

12.02.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The Nittany Lions take on the Wisconsin Badgers for the Big 10 Championship game. Those in "Happy Valley" hope a win tomorrow night propels them into the National Championship Playoffs.The Nittany Lions are the seventh ranked team in the ...

Former PA attorney general Kathleen Kane will not be impeached

12.02.16 | Sarah Harnisch

She's already out of a job, but it looks like Kane's file won't read that she was impeached.  A state house subcommittee that formed earlier this year to review her conduct in office issued a five-page report, saying subcommittee members feel ...

Niagara falls is now sporting a $4 million makeover

12.02.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Officials unveiled a new LED lighting system that will illuminate the falls in different colors. The lights are positioned on the Canadian side of the board and shine over to the American side.   They are brighter, but use half the ...

Pennsylvania is being required to shorten the time between separation and divorce

12.02.16 | Sarah Harnisch

It's currently two years.  Under the new law, it will change to one year.  Specifically "no fault divorce,"where one spouse wants to leave, and the other does not. Divorcee Felicia Latsha says two years makes it especially hard on kids. ...

New York state will be cracking-down on telemarketers

12.02.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Governor Cuomo signed a bill into law that will require telemarketers to use accurate caller ID information. Until now you may have put your name on a "do not call list," but they weren't updating the list. Cuomo called it "unscrupulous behavior ...

The New York State Senate will remain in control of the GOP

11.09.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Democrats were hoping to take back the chamber. One local race of importance:  Elmira Republican Tom O'Mara is headed back to Albany.Democrats still control the Assembly and the governor's office in New York, but the state Senate will remain ...

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