List by Category: New York News

Wegman's Freezing Prices on Food

08.24.12 | Bob Price

Wegman's is stepping up to help out families struggling to afford groceries. In response to recent reports that the record drought will cause a spike on staple products this winter, the grocery chain is freezing prices on a variety of foods for ...

New Report Details 600 Incidents Of Hostility Toward Christians In America

08.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A new 140-page report by the Family Research Counsel and Liberty Institute reveals a pattern of hostility toward Christians in the United States. The report details over 600 incidents spanning a ten-year period. The attacks range from an elementary ...

Survivor Says Confusion Let To The Deaths of 3 In Bolivar, NY Fire

08.22.12 |

We are learning more about the fire in Bolivar that took the lives of a grandmother and 2 of her grandkids. Firefighters are still trying to figure out the cause of the blaze, but they say they arrived on the scene 12 minutes after the 9-1-1 call ...

Rochester's Two Hospitals Showcase New Heart Surgery

08.22.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Heart specialists at 2 major hospitals have teamed up in upstate New York to showcase a brand new heart surgery. Doctors at the University of Rochester Medical Center and Rochester General Hospital say this technique will help heart patients who ...

97% Of Kids Say They Have Access To Drugs and Alcohol At School

08.22.12 | Sarah Harnisch

As your kids head back to school in New York and Pennsylvania, you may be surprised at how many carry something a little extra in their backpack: drugs and alcohol. There's a new teen survey from the substance abuse and addiction center at Columbia ...

New York May Be Poised To Announce Hydrofracking Decision

08.21.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The wait may soon be over. A decision on whether or not to allow hydrofracking in New York state could come just after Labor Day. Dan Fitzsimmons is President of the New York State Landowner's coalition, one of the largest groups in the state that ...

Want A Mild Winter? Head To Rochester, New York

08.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The Weather Channel said the Rochester area is among the safest places in the nation this winter for weather. They said outside of harsh winters, the area escapes many of the other weather plagues, and is one of the two safest places in the ...

Wegmans Yanked Soups For Plastic Fragments

08.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Wegmans is recalling their Wegman's brand Chicken and Dumpling soup and Italian Wedding style soup, Because it may contain fragments of plastic. No one has been hurt, but the store has gotten numerous reports of people finding plastic in their ...

Want To Cast A Vote In NY? All You Need Is Internet

08.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

You can now register to vote online in New York, if you have a drivers license or a non-driver i.d. card. The state is trying to make it easier to vote. It ranks 47th out of all 50 states for the number of people registered each year. It also saves ...

Meteorologists Say January and February Will Be A Doosy For Winter Storms

08.16.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Forecasters say they see a big winter coming. While the air conditioners are still running, meteorologists are beginning to focus on the long-term winter weather forecast. They predict the East coast is going to battle some very large storms, ...

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