List by Category: Pennsylvania News

Flood Protection Efforts Hit a Wall in Bloomsburg

07.25.12 | Bob Price

Federal officials told Bloomsburg leaders recently they will not fund a flood protection project. Bloomsburg Mayor Dan Knorr said the town`s flood protection plan has been in the works for decades, about 30 years.

New Pa Voter Law Heads to Court Wednesday

07.25.12 | Bob Price

The first legal test for Pennsylvania's tough new voter identification law is arriving.

Federal Government To PA: How Many People Can't Vote Under New Photo ID Law?

07.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The federal government is taking a closer look at Pennsylvania's voter i.d. law. The law requires you to have a photo i.d. for your vote to count this November. President Barack Obama's Department of Justice is asking whether Pennsylvania's law ...

P.A. Newspaper Backs Restaurant That Gives Discounts To Christians

07.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A Pennsylvania newspaper is standing up for a restaurant that offers Christians a discount. An atheist activist filed a complaint against the Lost Cajun Restaurant for discrimination after it offered a 10-percent discount off meals for customers ...

Fingerlakes Hospital Luring Experienced Nurses With Ipads, Bonuses

07.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There's a shortage of nurses in New York and Pennsylvania. One hospital has a new method of drawing nurses to the area: they are handing out Apple Ipads as door prizes and 10-thousand dollar signing bonuses to experienced nurses. Guthrie Health ...

Ex-Chairman of Penn State Board Resigns

07.20.12 | Bob Price

Penn State University's board of trustees has accepted the resignation of Steve Garban.

PA voter I-D Law under attack

07.19.12 | Bob Price

Lawyers for a group challenging Pennsylvania's new voter identification law say at least one million voters in the state lack the photo ID they now need to vote.

Overheated cows produce less Milk

07.19.12 | Bob Price

According to the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, the hot, dry summer is affecting the dairy industry.

Court Date set for PSU Officials

07.18.12 | Bob Price

A judge is going to hear oral arguments on pretrial motions in the case of two former Penn State officials charged with perjury and failing to report suspected child sexual abuse.

Trucker Leaps Into Moving Vehicle In Pennsylania

07.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There was a daring rescue in LeHigh County, Pennsylvania... on the turnpike, of all places. State police say a trucker lept from his own rig to stop a tanker truck after its driver suddenly died behind the wheel. The trucker noticed the semi ...

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