List by Category: Pennsylvania News

Gas Prices To Drop In NY and PA; Prices of Used Cars To Spike

11.13.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Gas prices here haven't been affected by Hurricane Sandy. It's business as usual in upstate New York and Pennsylvania. Patrick DeHaan of Gas Buddy.com says both states get their gas from different pipelines then New York city and the Jersey Shore. ...

PA Governor Signs 7 Bills To Help Veterans

11.13.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Governor Tom Corbett signed the bills into law Monday to benefit Pennsylvania's military veterans and the Pennsylvania National Guard. The Veteran's Trust Fund provides more cash for veteran programs, the "V" designation on a state driver's license ...

P.A. Colleges Poised To Strike

11.13.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Faculty at Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities started holding strike authorization votes Monday amid negotiations for a new contract. Balloting will be held through Wednesday for union teachers and coaches at schools in the Pennsylvania ...

Heat Records Broken In NY, PA

11.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Heat records were broken in at least 6 towns in Pennsylvania and New York yesterday. This is a list of some of the towns that broke records, according to the National Weather Service.   November 11th, 2012: Buffalo, New York: 70 ...

Free Food For Veterans

11.09.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The three-day Veterans day weekend means some freebies for our soldiers in New York, Pennsylvania, and the rest of the nation. Veteran's Day is this Sunday, but several companies are offering free food to active, inactive, or retired servicemembers ...

Possible Copy of The Declaration of Independence Found in Northeastern Pennsylvania

11.09.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Bill Barner and his daughter Amanda Hoy live in McElhattan, Pennsylvania. It appears that Amanda, while cleaning out her grandparent's house, may have found an old copy of the Declaration of Independance. Barner told WNEP TV "she called me up, and ...

Power Plant Reactor Shuttered In Northeast PA

11.09.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A computer glitch caused the shutdown of a nuclear reactor at a power plant in northeastern Pennsylvania this morning. Plant owner PPL says the Unit 2 Reactor at its Susquehanna nuclear plant near Berwick in Columbia County was safely shut down, ...

P.A. Set To Conduct Its First Execution Since 1993 Tonight

11.08.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Condemned murderer Hubert Michael Junior is running out of options in his final hours. His lawyers hope the 3d Circuit Court of Appeals will reverese at least one of two stays of execution that were rejected. If not, he'll be put to deah by lethal ...

Map of Pennsylvania Races

11.07.12 | Sarah Harnisch

How did the Pennsylvania races play out? In the Presidential race, Pennsylvania swung in Obama's favor. Voters picked Barack Obama 51 to 46 percent over Mitt Romney.   Senate: Senator Bob Casey gets to keep his seat, 53 to 44 percent over Tom ...

Spanier To Appear In Court

11.07.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Graham Spanier appears in suburban Harrisburg court this morning, where he'll face his arraignment. The 64 year old was charged last week with perjury, obstruction, and endangering the welfare of children in the Jerry Sandusky child abuse case. He ...

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