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Churchgoers run when man begins screaming, asks if they are Christians

10.13.15 | Bob Price

Families ran from a church in Scott Township when a man started screaming during Sunday services.The incident happened at Our Lady of Grace church. A woman who was inside told Channel 11’s Renee Kaminski about the scary moments. “He ...

"Coats For Kids" Collection Drive

10.12.15 | Bob Price

If you have some extra coats around the house, you can donate them to 'Coats for Kids.' WETM is sponsoring 'Coats for Kids' again this year from now until November 6. You can drop off coats to Castle Cleaners at 221 Hoffman Street in ...

Gambling expansion discussesd as budget impasse continues

10.12.15 | Bob Price

Both Republicans and Democrats remained dug in as the state budget impasse reached day 101 Friday. Both sides have ideas they think can help Pennsylvania. The question is can they meet in the middle on some key issues. On Wednesday, the house ...

Could Making Pumpkin Pie Cost You More?

10.12.15 | Bob Price

This holiday season, it may cost you more to make your pumpkin pie after a rough growing season. But some area supermarkets say they're trying to fend off a later shortage. One state in particular, Michigan, had a rough go. "It was wet ...

Council OKs bill to make single-stallrestrooms gender-neutral

10.09.15 | Bob Price

The words men and women are soon to come off many Philadelphia restrooms, thanks to a bill passed Thursday. City Council unanimously approved the ordinance requiring that single-occupancy public restrooms be labeled as gender-neutral, and that men ...

Illegal Immigration Relief Act Costly for Hazleton

10.08.15 | Bob Price

An already financially troubled city in Luzerne County is in even more debt now over a decision made nearly a decade ago. A federal judge has ordered Hazleton to pay $1.4 million to lawyers who battled the city over a controversial illegal ...

Pa. House rejects Wolf budget plan

10.08.15 | Bob Price

In a major blow to Gov. Wolf's agenda, the state House on Wednesday soundly rejected his plan to increase funding for Pennsylvania schools through tax hikes, stirring deeper uncertainty about how or when the state's 99-day budget impasse would ...

Wolf’s $5 billion tax plan heading toward mid-week showdown

10.07.15 | Bob Price

Another state budget showdown looms this week, and one conservative group has already warned Republican lawmakers it will monitor any votes on new or higher taxes. Republican leadership has agreed to allow Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s revenue ...

Soft Energy Sector Blamed For Layoffs at Bradford County Business

10.07.15 | Bob Price

We have some new information on the upcoming layoff of 89 employees at a Bradford County business.   Jim Landers, a spokesman for the parent company of Cudd Energy in Canton said some Cudd employees in Canton will be offered jobs out of ...

Study: Compulsive Texting Causes Academic Problems for Teen Girls

10.06.15 | Bob Price

 A study released Monday by the American Psychological Association found that compulsive texting impacts boys and girls differently. It shows that teenage girls who compulsively text are more likely than boys to suffer academ...

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