List by Category: Pennsylvania News

Parts of I-81 in PA were closed for several hours last night due to icy weather

01.11.17 | Bob Price

Six tractor trailers jack-knifed in the southbound lanes near Clarks Summit last night. At least one of them caught fire.

The flu bug is getting worse in Pennsylvania

01.11.17 | Terry Diener

There have been 4,546 confirmed flu cases.  Allegheny County has the most cases at 671, and Berks County is second with 297 cases.  Since the current flu season began, nine people have died from the flu in Pennsylvania.  Seven of...

A flood watch takes effect tomorrow in ski country

01.11.17 | Bob Price

Warmer weather is melting the snow.  That combined with a healthy dose of rain means those rivers and streams will be rising fast.          A flood watch is in effect from tomorrow morning...

Senator Bob Casey from PA is demanding House Republicans drop plans to defund Planned Parenthood

01.10.17 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

In a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan, the senators say they are prepared to "protect millions of people who rely on Planned Parenthood."   But pro-lifers are fighting back.  Maria Gallagher, legislative director for the Pennsylvania...

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is teaming up to promote the next generation of farmers

01.10.17 | Bob Price

More than 5,000 Future Farmers of America were Wolf's guests at the Pennsylvania Farm Show yesterday for the state's F.F.A. mid-winter convention. Wolf says a minimum of 75,000 new and replacement jobs will be needed in the agriculture industry...

The turnpike hike packs another wallop to the wallets of PA motorists

01.09.17 | Bob Price

A week after the highest-in-the nation gas tax was enacted, drivers on the Pennsylvania Turnpike are now forced to pay 6% more to travel that 550-mile highway.The toll hike took affect Sunday.   It's to cover the cost of rebuilding and...

Penn State continues to pay the price for the Sandusky child abuse scandal

01.09.17 | Bob Price

The school has doled out more than a quarter billion dollars so far in legal bills related to the five-year-old criminal investigation.   The university has settled 33 lawsuits in connection to the scandal.

Pennsylvania is shutting down two prisons this summer to save money

01.09.17 | Bob Price

The exact ones have not been announced yet. That determination will be made in three weeks. Corrections Secretary John Wetzel says the group will still stay focus on the mission of creating "a safer Pennsylvania, by releasing people less...

Pro-lifers in Pennsylvania are pleased with new abortion statistics

01.05.17 | Bob Price

They show the abortion rate is at an all-time low in the Keystone State. Tom Shaheen is with the Pennsylvania Family Institute says he thinks "it's a combination of good pro-life laws in addition to changing attitudes and the availability of...

PA state trooper Landon Weaver is being laid to rest today in Altoona

01.05.17 | Bob Price

The 23 year-old rookie cop was killed in the line of duty last week while responding to a domestic disturbance in Juniata Township. A fund has been set up to benefit his wife at a bank in the Altoona-area.

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