List by Category: Pennsylvania News

A plan's in the works in Pennsylvania to freeze tuition for five years at the 14 state-owned universities

08.24.16 | Bob Price

The bi-partisan effort will be formally submitted to the House when it reconvenes next month.   The goal is to make it easier for the middle class to afford a college education.   If adopted, the tuition freeze would impact more than ...

And the hearing goes on in the appeal process for Jerry Sandusky in Pennsylvania

08.24.16 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

In Centre County, Jerry Sandusky is trying to get his child abuse convictions overturned. The two men that prosecuted Sandusky in 2012 took the the stand Tuesday In defense of their actions. Joe McGettigan and Frank Fina were questioned about a ...

Franklin Graham is making a stop in Albany tomorrow as part of his Decision America Tour

08.24.16 | Sarah Harnisch

It's not every day that you have Billy Graham's son in your back yard. Our news team got him on the phone and asked him some questions ahead of the tour. Graham says, "If we don't vote, then we can't complain." The prayer rally starts at noon at ...

World War II Planes on Display

08.23.16 | Bob Price

It's not too often you get to see World War II bombers at your local airport, but this week you can at the Hazleton Airport. From a P-51 Mustang to a B-17 Flying Fortress, they're all here for this year's Wings Over Hazleton event. The event runs ...

Trump Leads Clinton by 5+ Points in the Key Battleground State of Pennsylvania

08.23.16 | Bob Price

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has surged to a 5-point lead over democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania as per the poll conducted by CEPEX Center for Excellence in Project Execution, ...

For Kane, bitter months ahead as sentencing looms

08.22.16 | Bob Price

Facing a possible prison term, the loss of her law license, an impeachment push, and a contentious divorce, former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane can expect bitter months ahead. Still, the Scranton Democrat appeared calm, almost ...

Erie physician to take donated tennis rackets to refugee children in Africa

08.22.16 | Bob Price

When Brian Stark travels to the Kakuma refugee camp in Africa in October, the Erie physician will deliver antibiotics, multivitamins and nutritional medicine to some of the world's poorest people. He'll also have tennis rackets. How many rackets ...

In Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf has picked a different Bruce to replace attorney general Kathleen Kane

08.19.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Convicted of perjury on Tuesday, Kane resigned as attorney general Wednesday, and Bruce Castor took the job. But less then 24 hours after her resignation took effect, Governor Wolf appointed his own Bruce to take office--Bruce Beemer, ...

The Little League World Series kicked off in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania

08.19.16 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

All 16 teams were introduced Thursday and Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench was on hand to catch the first pitch. Main-Enwell Little League from New York is representing the Mid-Atlantic states.  They beat Rhode Island in the first match ...

A Penn State professor has been reported missing from the main campus in State College

08.19.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Police say 56-year-old Ronald Bettig was last seen at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. He drives a maroon 2010 Ford Focus. His car is also missing. He is an associate professor in the university's College of Communication and was hired in 1988.

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