List by Author: Sarah Harnisch

Closing arguments are set for today in the New York church killing trial

07.05.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The murder trial is wrapping up for a central New York woman charged with taking part in a group attack that killed her half brother and injured another during a counseling session. Sarah Ferguson is one of nine relatives and church members ...

The fireworks show at Canalside in Buffalo was delayed by 40 minutes last night because of electrical issues

07.05.16 | Sarah Harnisch

For a few minutes, a rumor was started that gun shots had delayed the start and it even sent a few people running. The fireworks in Corning, New York were cancelled with little notice because the ground was too dry. But there were thousands of ...

A Bucks County man insists he has a rare original copy of the Declaration of Independance

07.04.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Tom Lingenfelter says he first found the copy at a flea market more then 20 years ago. He spent $100 on the piece, and then stored it away for a decade. Until he had it tested. Now, after years of research, he is confident his is a real copy of the ...

A couple in Bethlehem, Pennsylvaniahas started a grassroots campaign to get their water bill lowered

07.04.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Dominick Coppola says his bill would go from $355 a year to $633 a year if the utility is allowed to overcharge for their water.  That's twice the cost of the average bill in the Keystone State. There's no response yet from the water company, ...

New York lawmakers have ok'd $50 million in tax breaks for music and digital game producers

07.04.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Assemblyman Joseph Lentol says New York was once the epicenter for music production, but they have lose much of the business to other states aggressive tax incentive programs. The bill would offset 25% of expenses like studio rentals, music ...

The world is remembering one of the most well known survivors of the Holocaust

07.04.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Family and friends gathered at the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City Sunday morning to pay their last respects to Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel who died on Saturday.  Wiesel was the author of numerous books, including Night which ...

It passed! Hours before Pennsylvania's new fiscal year began, the House voted for a $31 billion spending plan

07.01.16 | Sarah Harnisch

It will increase funding to public schools, and combat the statewide opiod drug crisis. The current plan adds $39 million for education. The big question now is how do they pay for it? Lawmakers need $1 billion to cover the changes. Options include ...

The Hershey Chocolate Factory was almost taken over last night--but the board of directors turned it down

07.01.16 | Sarah Harnisch, Traci Lynn Woolsey

The Pennsylvania chocolate maker rejects a $23 billion preliminary offer by Illinois-based Mondelez International. The merger of two of the world's top five candy makers would have created the world's largest candy maker. Mondolez, the maker of ...

Millions of us will be out and about for the July 4th holiday weekend, but there's one subdivision in upstate New York that's hiding inside--even though the weather outside is great

07.01.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The Parks Service believes there are nine bears roaming around, including a momma and four cubs in Golden Glow, a subdivision in the town of Big Flats.   It's got wildlife experts closely watching the town. They say the issue is that people ...

A political powerhouse and confidant to Governor Cuomo was indicted yesterday for extortion and bribery in Buffalo

07.01.16 | Sarah Harnisch

His name is Steve Pigeon. The judge has admitted his role and will testify against Pigeon. The case, so important, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman himself made comments saying the facts show clear corruption from the bench. Future federal ...

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