List by Month: 8-2012

China's One-Child Policy Facing Public Fallout

08.13.12 |

The One Child Policy in China may be coming to an end. It's because of the press coverage of one mom who was forced to have an abortion. Samuel Casey is with Law of Life Projects. He says "they got caught at it. They wanted to get it out of the ...

Public School Foods To Change This Fall

08.13.12 | Sarah Harnisch

When kids head back to school in a few weeks, their lunches are going to be quite different. New federal standards for meals take effect, raising the bar for the first time in more then 15 years.  One of the first changes your child will ...

Billy Graham Hospitalized With Infection

08.13.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Evangelist Billy Graham is alert and in good spirits in a North Carolina hospital. The 93-year-old preacher was admitted this weekend for treatment of a pulmonary infection, believed to be bronchitis. No date has been set for his discharge. Graham ...

Hawaii Upholds Traditional Marriage

08.10.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A federal court has voted to uphold Hawaii's definition of marriage as between one man and one woman. The court rejected a lawsuit that sought to change the state's law defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman. The lawsuit also ...

NY Watches Molly Huddle Today In the Olympics

08.10.12 | Sarah Harnisch

All eyes will be on the Olympic track in London today as Elmira's Molly Huddle races in the 5-thousand meter final. Her race, set for 3:05 this afternoon. Her qualifying time was the 8th fastest among the 15 finalists for today's race. On Thursday, ...

Storm Photos Of Brilliant Lightening In P.A.

08.10.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The storms that rolled through New York and Pennsylvania last night caused a pretty spectacular light show. The good news is that no one was hurt. But the big story we keep hearing from town after town on the storm system is lightening. Photographs ...

Bears Are Surviving The Drought By Visiting Your Garbage Cans

08.10.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The severe drought is having one affect that no one really counted on: bears. With their normal summer diet of greens and berries shriveled by the worst drought in 60 years, bears are making more visits to your garbage cans. In northern New York ...

Susan G. Komen Has Major Leadership Shakeup

08.09.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The president of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the nation's largest breast cancer foundation, is resigning. The departures come in the wake of the continuing fallout from Komen's decision earlier this year to briefly end funding for planned ...

New York Considering Changing The Election Days For 2013

08.09.12 | Sarah Harnisch

New York state election officials are pushing to have a single primary day for state and local elections.  Election officials want to move up the primary for state and local offices from September to June for elections beginning next ...

Intervarsity Student Fellowship Gets To Stay At SUNY Buffalo

08.09.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is once again being recognized by the State University of New York at Buffalo. The student group was under scrutiny after it was accused of discrimination for requiring its leaders be Christian. But the ...

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