List by Month: 1-2013

Double Amputee's Girls To Get Settlement Cash

01.09.13 | Sarah Harnisch

A settlement has been reached by Darien Lake theme park over the death of a double amputee Iraq war veteran. Darien Lake and the family of James Hackemer reportedly reached a seven-figure settlement, but details haven't been released. The ...

Group Wants New York DEC Public Comment Period Extended Again On Gas Drilling

01.08.13 | Sarah Harnisch

We are getting more details on a group that's petitioning to have the public comment period extended in New York on high volume hydrofracking. A group of lawmakers from Tompkins and Chemung counties held a rally Monday asking for the 30 day period ...

Lawmaker Hopes To Pass Bill Allowing PA Teachers To Carry Guns By June

01.08.13 | Sarah Harnisch

There is a bill in the works in Pennsylvania that would allow teachers to carry guns. State Rep. Greg Lucas from Erie and Crawford counties plans on introducing the bill soon. It's called the school Personnel Righ To Carry Act, and it would give ...

Holding Our Breath On Low Gas Prices

01.08.13 | Bob Price

Motorists are hoping 2013 doesn't take too much of a bite out of their wallet. Gasoline now averages $3.30 a gallon nationally, up about half a penny since the first of the year a year ago, gas rose about 10 cents in the first week of the new year. ...

New Webster Police Officer Hailed As Hero

01.08.13 |

A Webster, New York police officer is being credited for "preventing further loss of life" in the Christmas Eve ambush on firefighters. The Webster police chief says officer Mark Reed arrived on scene almost immediately after the first 911 call. He ...

Flu Rampant In PA, NY, and The Rest of the Nation This January

01.07.13 | Sarah Harnisch

The flu is now widespread in 41 states. It's the fastest start to the flu season in a decade, according to a new federal report. Health experts have this advice: "wash your hands, wash your hands, wash your hands... cover your mouth, and stay home ...

Cash Coming For Upstate NY Hospitals

01.07.13 | Sarah Harnisch

New York Senator Chuck Schumer announced today that three upstate rural hospitals will be getting more than one-and-a-half million dollars in Medicare funding for the next 12 months. It's part of the year end "fiscal cliff" deal. Without it, ...

No Contract Yet For P.A. College Professors

01.07.13 |

What happened at the meeting between Pennsylvania's college teachers and state officials Friday? Teachers could strike if they don't get another contract, they've been without one for 18 months. Negotiations lasted 6 hours, but no deal was reached. ...

Technology To Map Seneca Indian Nation For The Layman

01.07.13 | Sarah Harnisch

A new app will be able to translate English into the Seneca Indian Nation language. Rochester Institute of Technology Graduate Student Robbie Jimerson is not a linguist or a fluent speaker of Seneca, but he is a Seneca Indian, has access to ...

Audio Seminar

01.05.13 | Darcie Schwarz

Improving your church sound is one class away!