List by Category: Pennsylvania News

P.A. Having A Hard Time Enforcing Texting And Driving Law

05.02.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Just thirty-one tickets have been issued by state police since the new texting and driving law went into effect nearly two months ago. "Back then, I mean, you saw some people doing it and I'm sure there's people doing it now, it's just being at the ...

PA Schools let students bring mobile technology into the Classroom

04.30.12 | Bob Price

As they enter the classroom that serves as the newsroom for Lower Dauphin High School’s student newspaper, The Falcon Flash, each student grabs a laptop from a cart. The school allows students to use their electronic devices in the classrooms. ...

PA towns that rely on State Police Protection may have to fork over more money

04.30.12 | Bob Price

There’s a secret tucked in the rolling green hills east of Middletown, in the farmland outside Carlisle and throughout the rural areas that still comprise most of the midstate. You’re helping to pay for the police protection that residents who ...

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees Agreement

04.27.12 | Bob Price

It is either the end of an era for local minor league baseball in our area or the beginning of a whole new one. On Thursday Lackawanna County officials ended their more than 20-year ownership of the Triple-A franchise that has been playing in the ...

Voter Turnout Low in PA

04.26.12 | Bob Price

Pennsylvanians voted with their feet in Tuesday’s primary. The silence of their shuffle was deafening.

Tally of Primary Races In Pennsylvania

04.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvania is a step closer to electing its first ever female Attorney General. A political novice no more, Kathleen Kane has won her party's nomination to become the first democrat and the first woman to be elected as Pennsylvania's Attorney ...

5 States Vote In Primaries Today

04.24.12 | Jeremy Miller

It's primary day and voters are heading to the polls in New York, Pennsylvania and three other states. Only Republicans are voting in New York's Presidential primary, but Republicans and Democrats are voting in multiple races in Pennsylvania. ...

April Showers....And Then Some!

04.23.12 | Jeremy Miller

The calendar says Spring, but it looks like Winter isn't quite finished with the Northeast.  Forecasters say a potentially destructive storm is blasting the region with heavy snow and strong winds.  Meteorologist Gary Best says this ...

Eagle Scout Makes Difference At Flight 93 Memorial

04.23.12 | Jeremy Miller

Thousands of volunteers came out to plant trees at the Flight 93 National Memorial over the weekend, but one volunteer is making his mark on the memorial's soon-to-be rose garden. 17-year-old Ryan Cenk is with a boy scout troop out of Gibsonia. ...

Jobless Numbers Down In PA

04.20.12 | Jeremy Miller

Pennsylvania's unemployment rate is down slightly.  March's seasonally adjusted rate was 7-point-five percent, compared to seven-point-six percent in February.  The State Department of Labor and Industry said Pennsylvania has remained ...

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