List by Month: 11-2017

Work has been completed on a $2.5 million road project in upstate NY

11.09.17 | Bob Price

The road repair project on a busy stretch of Interstate 88 from just north of Birmingham to just south of Albany finished yesterday. The project involved new pavement and striping, along with improved shoulders, ramps and concrete...

There's been a major shake-up in two statewide political races in PA

11.09.17 | Bob Price

Republican Jeff Bartos has dropped out of the U.S. Senate race and joined the gubernatorial ticket of state Senator Scott Wagner. That decision clears the path for congressman Lou Barletta to secure the Republican nomination against incumbent...

Buffalo police are looking for a tire slasher

11.08.17 | Bob Price

More than 20 vehicles were vandalized two nights ago. Officers are canvassing the neighborhoods where it happened.

Penn State has suspended some and expelled other students involved in February's hazing death

11.08.17 | Bob Price

Eighteen students were initially charged in connection to the tragic death of fraternity pledge Timothy Piazza. The incident has led to an overhaul of the entire fraternity system at Pennsylvania's largest public university.  

New York state police are investigating a fatal accident in Cattaraugus County

11.08.17 | Bob Price

A car collided with a dump truck in the town of Delevan. The victim was 56-year-old Lisa Toland of Delevan died at the scene.

A PA state trooper is in critical condition after being shot multiple times during a traffic stop yesterday

11.08.17 | Bob Price

Captain Rick D'Ambrosio, outside St. Luke's hospital in Bethlehem, says the trooper has the will to live." D'Ambrosio describes yesterday's shooting, about 80 miles north of Philadelphia, as a "knock-down, drag-out" fight. A 22-year-old suspect...

It's election day and NY voters must decide a referendum

11.07.17 | Bob Price

The referendum appears on the ballot just once every 20 years: whether to convene a constitutional convention to rewrite the laws governing the state. Fred Floss, political pundit at Buffalo State, says it's a check on the power of the governor...

A federal grant will help Lycoming College in Williamsport better fight sexual assault

11.07.17 | Bob Price

Students we spoke to say the funds will be put to good use. Thanks to a $300,000 federal grant, Lycoming College will be able to expand it's sexual assault prevention program. Experts say instances of assault and abuse on U.S. college campuses...

A new audit in NY shows 1/3 of schools are not reporting bullying

11.07.17 | Bob Price

The audit was conducted by New York Comptroller Tom DiNapoli. A five-year-old law called DASA, the Dignity for All Students Act, mandates such reporting by public schools. Brian Ball, an activist with a gay rights lobbying group, says "bullying...

Gov. Wolf and Hillary Clinton join speakers at this week's healthcare symposium at Geisinger

11.07.17 | Terry Diener

Gov. Wolf will address attendees Thursday afternoon during the national event, “From Crisis To Cure: Revitalizing America’s Healthcare System,” which runs November 8th through November 10th on the campus of Geisinger Medical...