List by Month: 2-2012

Steuben County Sheriff Accused

02.22.12 | Bob Price

The sheriff of Steuben County faces questions about alleged advances made toward a female member of his department

Jim Boeheim wins in Court

02.22.12 | Bob Price

Legendary basketball coach Jim Boeheim wins a change of venue for his slander trial

Souther Tier School District Under the Gun for Showing Controversial Video

02.22.12 | Bob Price

Horseheads Central School is accused of promoting the gay agenda through an education video on bullying that was showed in the middle-school Social Studies class

Southern Tier Dinner To Honor Victims of the Titanic

02.21.12 | Sarah Harnisch

John Pulos is the owner of a Bed and Breakfast in Montour Falls, New York, in the Watkins Glen area. He'll be doing something a little different for his guests on April 14th this year, though. He's hosting an 8-course meal that's identical to the ...

Affirmative Action back before the Supreme Court

02.21.12 | Bob Price

Should race be a factor in deciding admissions. The Supreme Court will weigh in this fall

Area Congressman Concerned about Gas Prices

02.21.12 | Bob Price

Corning Republican Tom Reed comments on America's growing energy crisis ...the cost of gasoline

JoPa Memorobilia

02.21.12 | Bob Price

Materials bearing the likeness of the legendary football coach are no longer for sale at Penn State

Eminent Domain Halted On Gas Line Project In Northeast Pennsylvania

02.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A judge has issued a temporary order to halt construction and tree clearing in northern Pennsylvania's pristine Endless Mountains region, that's embroiled in a court fight over eminent domain. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ordered work to ...

P.A. To Vote On Tracking Your Prescription Drugs

02.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to help identify addicts of prescription drug abuse with a database that would track the use of medications. House Bill 1651 will come up before the state house next month. If approved, it would add Pennsylvania to the ...

U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Case On Soldier Impostors

02.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The case kicks off Wednesday in the Supreme Court, and it focuses on those who lie about having recieved military medals. At issue is a law called the "Stolen Valor Act" that penalizes people for lying about their involvement in the U.S. military. ...