List by Month: 11-2018

Play “Pick a Present!” over the air and win prizes!

11.30.18 | Darcie Gore

  Starting Dec. 3, listen to Family Life Mornings and Afternoons for the contest to begin! Then call us at 888-413-4156 with a number between 1 and 30. Your number will correspond to a mystery gift that we’ll “unwrap&rdquo...

An important privacy rights battle is being waged in Boyertown, PA

11.30.18 | Bob Price

The school district there has implemented a transgender-friendly bathroom policy. And now, pro-family forces have filed suit with the U.S. Supreme Court. Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute says "personal privacy is at stake for...

Pro-lifers are keeping a close eye on the 'Women's Reproductive Health Act" in NY

11.30.18 | Bob Price

Democrats are expected to act on it next year, and if it passes it would pave the way to abortion expansion in the Empire State. Jason McGuire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedom fears if this bill becomes law, New York will become the...

The future of solar in the Keystone State looks bright

11.30.18 | Brandon Dickson

Patrick McDonnell, the secretary of Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection says the price "has come down significantly." The state's goal is to have 10% of PA's electricity generated by solar by 2030.

Byron, NY girl found safe

11.30.18 | Brandon Dickson

An Amber Alert for 14 year-old Kamerie Elliot from Byron, New York was cancelled last night after police say she was found with her abductor two hours away in Mansfield, PA. Genesee County Defense Attorney Barry Covert says since the suspect...

Chaplain shot during synogogue shooting discharged from hospital

11.29.18 | Brandon Dickson

70-year-old Daniel Leger, who is a nurse and chaplain at the University of Pittsburgh medical center, was released from the hospital Tuesday. Leger was reportedly shot in the torso during the October 27th mass shooting that left 11 dead.

Congresswoman Tenney officially concedes

11.29.18 | Brandon Dickson

GOP Representative Claudia Tenney has officially conceded to Democrat Anthony Brindisi in New York's 22nd Congressional District race. Brindisi says he's "looking forward to working with Representative Tenney to ensure a smooth transition on...

Flood relief's on the way to "P-A"

11.29.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

President Trump has declared 10 Pennsylvania counties to be eligible for disaster relief following flooding in August. County commissioner Doug McLinko says Bradford County's flood damage totaled $13 million. The declaration mean local...

Snow now a major concern in western NY

11.29.18 | Brandon Dickson

In the town of Perrysburg in Cattaraugus County, they've already seen nearly three feet of flakes in the last few days.   Perrysburg is not a stranger to the snow.  Just last winter, the town saw more than 100 inches before New Years...

Today is an extra special "Giving Tuesday" in the Twin Tiers

11.27.18 | Bob Price

New York State Trooper Nicholas Clark, who was killed in the line of duty on July 2nd of this year, is being honored on this year's Giving Tuesday. His alma mater Alfred University has set up a scholarship fund in his name. Donations made today...

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