List by Month: 7-2012

Most Americans Aren't Worried About So-Called Global Warming

07.03.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Climate change is no longer America's chief environmental concern. According to a New Washington Post/Stanford University poll, 29-percent of Americans consider water and air pollution to be America's biggest environmental problem, compared with ...

P.A. High School Lists Itself on Ebay To Raise Cash

07.03.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Forget the bake sales. One Pennsylvania high school is hoping to raise cash by auctioning itself off on Ebay. Bidding began at 600-thousand-dollars. It reads "one pre-owned, but extremely successful public high school in Langhorne, Pennsylvania." ...

Keep Your Dogs Away From Public Fireworks Displays

07.03.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Fireworks are not a dog's best friend. Experts say loud explosions from the rocket's red glare not only frighten your faithful companion, but they also can severely damage a dog's sensitive ears.  Veterinarians recommend leaving your dog at ...

Christians To Protest The Affordable Care Act

07.03.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Christians are planning a mass protest this fall over the President's healthcare reform bill. Pro-life and faith-based groups say they'll stage civil disobedience over President Obama's healthcare plan. It's happening this fall, and it's called ...

Sears Offers Layaway.. For Vacations

07.02.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Put your vacation on layaway. Sears has become the first big box retailer to offer timed payments for vacations. Last week, they launched a full-service travel website that allows you to put everything from cruises to the Bahamas to golf trips in ...

Mississippi Keeps Its One Abortion Clinic

07.02.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The only abortion clinic in the state of Mississippi is staying open, for now. A federal judge has blocked enforcement of a new law that requires anyone performing abortions to be an O.B.G.Y.N., with privledges to admit patients to a local ...

The Lowdown On Travel & Firework Safety For NY, PA On The 4th Of July

07.02.12 | Sarah Harnisch

More then 42-million Americans are hitting the road over this 4th of July holiday week. Triple-A is projecting travel over the next 10 days will tie the record for the highest volume in the past decade. It's because the fourth falls on a Wednesday, ...

Bullying Laws Get Tougher For New York Schools

07.02.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Anti-bullying laws approved nearly two years ago took effect at every public school in New York state on Sunday. The only people impacted by the law now are kids enrolled in summer school. But come fall, you'll feel the full brunt of the "Dignity ...

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