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Most "Gay Friendly" Companies Ranked; The List May Help You Out

04.04.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The Human Rights Campaign, the top gay rights lobby in the world, has come out with their yearly list of the "Most Gay Friendly" companies, complete with a rating system from best to worst. Businesses are logged on a scale from 0 to 100, based on ...

7 Year Old Tries To Feed 5-Thousand... Like Jesus

03.28.12 | Sarah Harnisch

You can have a chance to be part of the loaves and fishes story. This time, God is using a 7-year-old boy named Ethan. Ethan Becerra lives in Seattle, Washington. A few weeks ago, he learned that he could feed a homeless person for just 2 dollars. ...

Christians Hosting "Evangelical Presidential Straw Poll" In Albany Today

03.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

15-hundred conservative Christians flocked to Albany today for a political pep rally. It's the New York Family Research Foundation's Annual Legislative Day. Organizor Jason McGwire says "when the candidates see these are important issues, it causes ...

NY Could Have A Budget This Week

03.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Lawmakers in Albany are getting close to a deal on the state budget. They have been pulling all-nighters, including one last week, where no one went home till 7 in the morning. Because of the time put in though, not only do they predict that ...

Buying An Appliance? Stop Here First.

03.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

If you want to buy an energy efficient appliance-- and would like as much as 350 dollars off of it-- today's the day to get it done, if you live in New York. It's day 2 of the "Buy Green, Save Green" New York State High-Efficiency Rebate Program. ...

80 Degree Temps For NY, PA On First Day Of Spring

03.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Heat records will be broken today in New York and Pennsylvania. There are a number of cities across the listening area that are close to breaking records-- Buffalo, Rochester, Williamsport-- and Binghamton. All are within a degree or two of their ...

NASA Scientist Says He Was Fired For Believing In Intelligent Design

03.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

NASA's jet propulsion labaratory is being sued by a computer scientist who says he was laid off for promoting intelligent design. David Coppedge worked as a team lead on the Cassini mission, exploring Saturn and its moons. He lost his title in ...

70 Percent Of Ground Beef Sold Is "Pink Sludge". Where's The Good Stuff?

03.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A report by ABC found 70-percent of ground beef sold in stores is beef trimmings nicknamed "pink slime"-- that was once only used in dog food. It consists of fats and cartiledge sprayed with ammonia to make it safe to eat, then added to ground beef ...

Rick Santorum Adopts Missionary Kids' Tune As His Campaign Song

03.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A Christian family of 10 from Tulsa, Oklahoma wrote a song in six hours on Rick Santorum's Presidential campaign, and it went viral on Youtube over the weekend.  The vocals are done by the oldest 2 girls, Camille and Haley, all the ...

Small Churches Are Disappearing

03.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There is a national migration to larger churches. The president of Lifeway Christian Resources, Thomas Rainer, says less then one half of one percent of the churches in America have attendance records with 2-thousand people or more. Why? More ...

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