List by Month: 8-2012

Escaped Bull Injures 10 at Pa Fair

08.27.12 | Bob Price

At least 10 people were injured at the Harford Fair on Friday evening when a bull ran loose on the fairgrounds.

Schumer Warns of New Back to School Danger

08.27.12 | Bob Price

New York Senator Charles Schumer is warning back to school shoppers about dangerous items on the shelves.

Date Set for Hearing on Pa Voter ID Law

08.24.12 | Bob Price

A hearing on Pennsylvania's new voter-identification law will be held next month before the state's highest court.

Wegman's Freezing Prices on Food

08.24.12 | Bob Price

Wegman's is stepping up to help out families struggling to afford groceries. In response to recent reports that the record drought will cause a spike on staple products this winter, the grocery chain is freezing prices on a variety of foods for ...

Pittsburgh Woman Accused of Abducting Newborn

08.24.12 | Bob Price

A 19-year-old Pennsylvania woman is being accused of abducting a three-day-old boy from Magee-Womens Hospital in Pittsburgh

Lance Armstrong Stripped of Tour de France Titles

08.24.12 | Bob Price

Seven time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong will be stripped of all seven titles and banned from participating in Olympic sports for life.

Keeping it rollin'

08.23.12 | Darcie Schwarz

Youth Action has two skating events on the horizon. The Fall season kicks off with our Family skate on Saturday, September 8 from 3-6pm. This event is specifically for children and parents, with kid-friendly music, games and consessions. Then in ...

New Report Details 600 Incidents Of Hostility Toward Christians In America

08.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A new 140-page report by the Family Research Counsel and Liberty Institute reveals a pattern of hostility toward Christians in the United States. The report details over 600 incidents spanning a ten-year period. The attacks range from an elementary ...

Archaeologists Find Proof That Samson Really Existed

08.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

How popular was the biblical character of Samson? He just might have been popular enough to be featured on an Israelite coin. Israeli archaologists recently discovered a coin dating from the 11th century before Christ. It depicted "a man with long ...

Michael W. Smith Is Sued

08.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Christian pop star Michael W. Smith is being sued by a Utah atheist, who wanted one of his concerts cancelled because of concerns over separation of church and state. Smith said it was the craziest thing he'd ever heard. Smith held a concert in ...