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Lake flakes are piling high in ski country today

01.05.17 | Bob Price

A snow warning effect thru Friday night down-wind of the Great Lakes. The wind-blown snow is making for a slow go out on those highways. New York state police report "blizzard-like" conditions in some places south of Buffalo today.While...

The lake effect snow machine is going to be working overtime this week

01.04.17 | Bob Price

A winter storm warning takes effect at one O'clock this afternoon for the western Twin Tiers and will remain in effect right thru Friday evening. Some parts of the listening area could get over a foot of snow by then. Most of us will only see a...

There's a healthy debate over school property taxes in PA as lawmakers return

01.04.17 | Bob Price

There's an effort afoot in Harrisburg to eliminate school property taxes entirely and replace them with a higher sales and personal income tax. This would mean shifting about $14 billion in tax revenue in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania politicians elected new leaders for the 2017 legislative session

01.04.17 | Bob Price

Republican Representative Mike Turzai was re-elected to a second term as House speaker.  He says, "we're going to reach across the aisle and get things accomplished."202 legislators were sworn-in yesterday.   Republicans have their...

A great game that ended in heartache for the Nittany Lions

01.03.17 | Bob Price

A 46-yard field goal on the final play of the game gave the University of Southern California a dramatic 52-to-49 comeback win over Penn State in the Rose Bowl yesterday.   U.S.C. scored 17 unanswered points in the 4th quarter to rally for...

The Nittany Lions take the field today at the Rose Bowl in California

01.02.17 | Sarah Harnisch

Before the big game comes the Rose Bowl Parade. There will be flower colored floats, bands, and equestrian units marching along a five-mile parade route. 1,500 officers and barricades are expected at 56 intersections along the parade...

The abortion rate in Pennsylvania is at an all-time low

01.02.17 | Bob Price

New statistics from the state health department show there were 300 fewer abortions in 2015 than 2014. In all, just under 32,000 abortions were performed in Pennsylvania last year.  That's the lowest number ever recorded in the commonwealth.

Pennsylvania leads the nation again in Lyme disease cases

12.30.16 | Terry Diener

In 2016, there have been 12,092 reported cases of the tick-borne disease in the state through December 24. That's triple the amount of the runner-up, New York, which had 4,002 cases, followed by New Jersey with 3,850. A state department of...

Hundreds of families are en route to see Penn State play in the Rose Bowl

12.30.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Penn State fans were easy to pick out at the airport. The parents of a Nittany Lion player Brandon Smith say, "It's a chance of a lifetime for the kids to play at the Rose Bowl, and we're just thrilled to go out and enjoy it with them."The big...

A sinkhole in Pennsylvania causes an evacuation

12.29.16 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Half of the 12 feet wide and six feet deep sinkhole had been filled in with stone last night. The Bethlehem fire chief says final repairs and a top coat will be delayed. The sinkhole swallowed part of a street Wednesday.   Several houses...

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