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Jury Selection Starts In Jerry Sandusky Case

06.05.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Jury selection for former Penn State Assistant Football Coach Jerry Sandusky's trial starts today. Sandusky has been charged on 52 counts of child sex abuse. They're going to have to find people who are impartial to the case, and finding jurors who ...

Gas Prices Down, But Not Enough.; P.A. Markets Gasoline Alternative

06.05.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Gas prices have dropped more then 30-cents since early spring. Binghamton, New York is logging gas at $3.59, down from $4.09 just two months ago. In fact, in two states, it's already under 3-dollars a gallon. Experts say there's not a good reason ...

NY, PA Logs As Much Rain In 3 Days Of June As All Of May

06.04.12 | Sarah Harnisch

June has started off soggier then normal. In fact, we may log more rain in the first week then the entire month of May. That's what the National Weather Service is saying for New York and Pennsylvania. In Rochester, 1.38 inches was recorded in the ...

Panel Looks At Cost Of College In Pennsylvania

06.04.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A panel is holding hearings across the state this month on the high cost of college in Pennsylvania. Today, a community college student, the provost at a Catholic university and the chairman of a veterans program will testify in Philadelphia. ...

Pennsylvania Changes Drilling Rules If You're Drilling Under Water

06.04.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Gas companies may drill on your land and the cash could go to the state of Pennsylvania, because of a new policy. Gas companies use horizontal drilling to get at the Marcellus Shale. But in some cases, they're actually extracting from below a ...

Geneva College in P.A. Joins Lawsuit On Obama Concraceptive Mandate

05.31.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Geneva College in western Pennsylvania has joined a class action lawsuit filed by 40 groups in a dozen states, challenging the controversial birth-control mandate in the federal health-care law. The mandate stipulates that faith-based employers ...

Student Athletes In P.A. Could Be Benched If They Appear To Have Heart Trouble

05.31.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett signed a law Wednesday that will require student athletes, parents, and coaches to be educated about symptoms of sudden cardiac arrest. Sudden cardiac arrest is when the heart stops beating suddenly and ...

Storms Cause Hail The Size of Tennis Balls

05.30.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Storms ravaged New York and Pennsylvania last night-- causing car wrecks, sending lightening through homes, and flash flooding. The National Weather Service will be sending out teams to fan both states today, checking for evidence of tornados. ...

P.A.'s Highest Court To Hear Case On Text Message Evidence

05.29.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will decide if text messages are admissible evidence in a courtroom. The state's highest court has agreed to hear arguments in the case of a central Pennsylvania woman convicted of drug offenses, largely on the ...

Want The Government To Watch You? Use These Words Online...

05.28.12 | Sarah Harnisch

'Mail Online' did a story over the weekend of hundreds of words you want to avoid using online, if you don't want the government spying on you. They list includes words like pork, cloud, and Mexico. The agency says it may track you if you use those ...

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