List by Month: 8-2018

A daycare in Buffalo has closed after reports of repeated corporal punishment inflicted on a toddler

08.02.18 | Brandon Dickson

A two-year-old told its mother that kids were held down and had water poured on their face on two occasions in July. Young's TLC Daycare 2 has surrendered its license and is under investigation after a state inspection found a violation July...

Church leaders speak out as PA dioceses start release of clergy names accused of child abuse

08.02.18 | Brandon Dickson

The Harrisburg dioceses has released 71 names. Bishop Ronald Gainer says the Catholic church is making reasonable steps for safety amid this problem that impacts every aspect of society. The rest of the approximately 300 names of clergy will be...

Students near Rochester won't be allowed to use cell phones this school year

08.02.18 | Brandon Dickson

The Greece Central School District is banning cell phones as part of its updated code of conduct. Pre-K through 8th grade students can use their phones only before or after school. High schoolers will be able to use devices before or after...

The Elmira-Corning Regional Airport unveils some of the $60 million reno.

08.01.18 | Brandon Dickson

Director of Aviation Bill Hopper says people will see an "unfinished product" for now. The terminal won't be completed until the end of October.  

A federal judge has blocked the release of 3-D printed gun blueprints

08.01.18 | Brandon Dickson

The judge's temporary restraining order was made after 8 attorneys general, including New York's and Pennsylvania's, filed a lawsuit seeking to block the blueprint's release calling them a safety risk. In June, a Texas-based gun rights...

Brand-spankin'-new National Comedy Center opens today in Jamestown, NY

08.01.18 | Bill Price

What Cooperstown is to baseball Jamestown is to comedy. The new center, a project that's been in the works for nearly a decade, finally is finished.  It's opening comes on a day dedicated to this community's most famous "red-head" and the...

Piazza family responds to sentencing of Penn State frat member in hazing death

08.01.18 | Brandon Dickson

The family of Timothy Piazza, that Penn State student who died in a fraternity hazing incident in 2017, is responding to the first-sentence handed out in the case. The family says the three-month house arrest sentence for 20-year-old Ryan Burke...