List by Category: Pennsylvania News

It's back to school today in Sayre, Pennsylvania

04.25.16 | Bob Price

For the first time since April 12th, students are returning to the classroom. A two-week teachers strike has ended. The Sayre teachers have been working without a contract for 3 years.

Energy activists in New York are denouncing DEC's decision to deny permission to finish construction of the Constitution Pipeline

04.25.16 | Bob Price

Binghamton area state Senator Fred Akshar said the pipeline is an opportunity for jobs in a suffering economy.  The rejection of this pipeline is a blow to those seeking work.The DEC says the proposed route of the pipeline from Pennsylvania ...

There was a fatal shooting inside a church Sunday morning in Montgomery County, PA

04.25.16 | Bob Price

Shots rang out at the Keystone Fellowship Church in North Wales, about 25 miles north of Philadelphia.One attendee insists she heard three gunshots during worship time.The district attorney says an argument broke out between two church members and ...

With four days to go 'til primary day, Pennsylvania is the center of the political universe

04.22.16 | Bob Price

The candidates for president are "keying in" on the Keystone State. GOP front-runner Donald Trump at a rally last night in Harrisburg.  Ted Cruz headlines a campaign event this morning in Williamsport.  He'll also be in Scranton this ...

Medical marijuana for 'profit' not 'medicine' in NY and PA

04.22.16 | Bob Price

Opponents of medical marijuana in New York and Pennsylvania say "profit" not "medicine" is the real motivation behind the growing movement to legalize cannabis all across this country. Last week, Pennsylvania became the 24th state to allow ...

The trial of Pennsylvania's Attorney General Kane may be delayed

04.21.16 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Lawyers defending Kathleen Kane from criminal charges of perjury and obstruction, appealed a Montgomery County judge’s decision on pretrial motions. The appeal could mean a delay of Kane’s trial, which is currently scheduled to start ...

Protestors are not slowing down Donald Trump

04.21.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The Trump will be stumping in Harrisburg at 7 tonight at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex. Trump will reportedly tone it down tonight, leaning on a speech writer for the first time this campaign season. But he's still calling for Ted Cruz to drop ...

The presidential candidates set their sights on Pennsylvania

04.20.16 | Bob Price

Ted Cruz is expected to win half the delegates in the commonwealth, even if he finishes third to Donald Trump and John Kasich.  That's because most of the delegates are "unbound" meaning they can switch their allegiance when the votes are ...

Pennsylvania hunters are preparing for the opening of Spring Gobbler season this weekend

04.20.16 |

Hunters age 16 and younger can head into the fields and woods Saturday to participate in the annual Youth Spring Turkey Hunt.A week later, April 30, all hunters can participate.Last spring, hunters took 41,180 turkeys in Pennsylvania, which is ...

A decision by PA's AG to wade into the legal battle over gas royalties is not sitting well with some home-owners in Bradford County

04.19.16 | Bob Price

The litigation has delayed the doling out of 11 million dollars in settlement cash to thousands of people. The energy industry agreed to settle claims by landowners who were being short-changed on their lease deals. Some landowners who were part ...

12...678910111213141516