List by Month: 6-2020

A Buffalo woman has been charged in incident that injured 3 cops Monday night

06.04.20 | Brandon Dickson

30-Year-old Deyanna Davis was driving the car that went through a line of officers at a protest, seriously injuring one. Buffalo Councilman Rasheed Wyatt says the officers that were run over had nothing to do with the death of George...

Slowly starting to return to normal as outdoor dining resumes today in Upstate NY

06.04.20 | Brandon Dickson

Many restaurant owners say they're anxious to accommodate customers again. Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon says now's the time to support "mom and pop" restaurants as many face the prospect of going out of business. Outdoor tables must...

Officials in the Keystone State give the go-ahead for in-person schooling

06.03.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

PA Education Secretary Pedro Rivera has announced today that elementary and secondary schools in the yellow and green phases of re-opening will be able to return to in-person instruction starting July 1st. He says districts in those counties...

Protests remain peaceful in many areas of NY state

06.03.20 | Brandon Dickson

In Watkins Glen, New York, 19-year-old Alec Betts says he organized the Black Lives Matter rally Tuesday. He says he does not condone violence. Protests toward injustice also remained calm in Elmira.  

Danville-based Geisinger Health System will continue its phased-in reopening

06.03.20 | Brandon Dickson

Officials expect all consolidated or relocated services will return to "normal locations but with enhanced safety and health precautions" over the next two months. The system, which has 13 hospitals, has been reopening clinics since early may...

Many NY business owners say they're frustrated with mixed re-opening signals

06.03.20 | Bob Price

Shopping malls are still off limits even as most of the Empire State is past the "half way point" now of a complete comeback.   Local malls like Destiny USA in Syracuse and the Arnot Mall in Horseheads have completed their COVI-19...

Pennsylvania's primary able to avoid major problems

06.03.20 | Terry Diener

Last night, Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said the election ran "without a hitch" despite the changes and challenges it faced. However, voters in some cities found their experience to be confounding, intimidating, and frustrating. Changes...

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