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PA's Attorney General Kane Makes Staff Adjustments

12.10.14 | Terry Diener

As she faces a grand jury probe into alleged leaks, Attorney General Kathleen Kane is once again reshuffling her top staff. On Tuesday, Kane named a former top aide to the Arkansas attorney general as her chief of staff. Kane also said she will be ...

Some PA Drilling Companies to Pay Workers Backwages

12.10.14 | Terry Diener

Following a two-year U.S. Department of Labor investigation, a newly released report says contractors involved in natural gas extraction in the Marcellus Shale region of Pennsylvania and West Virginia must pay nearly $4.5 million in back wages to ...

NY, PA See Little Snow from Winter Storm Damon

12.10.14 | Sarah Harnisch

The National Weather Service says the bulk of the storm went north and east Tuesday, hitting Connecticut and Rhode Island the hardest. It doubles back today and we'll see steady snowfall through tonight. But the snow totals have been downgraded, ...

Workers Rally In Albany for New Wage

12.10.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Workers gathered at the state capital yesterday in support of raising the living wage for tipped workers. The governor passed a bill to raise the wage to $9.00 by the end of 2015, but tipped workers still stay at $5.00 an hour. They rallied Tuesday ...

NY AG Schneiderman Wants Power to Prosecute Police

12.09.14 | Sarah Harnisch

In a letter to Governor Cuomo, Eric Schneiderman cited a "crisis of confidence" in the state's justice system-- after the Eric Garner police choking death. On Monday, he asked the governor to grant him the power to investigate and prosecute police ...

NY's School Aid System Under Investigation

12.09.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Federal education officials have granted a year-old request from two upstate school districts to investigate whether New York's school aid system shortchanges districts with large minority populations. The U.S. Department of Labor will take a ...

PA's Grove City Partners with NY's King's College

12.09.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Under the partnership program, Grove City College will send up to three students a year to study for a semester at The King's College. The students in Grove City's Entrepreneurship, Business, and Communications & Visual Arts programs will be ...

Nor'Easter Headed for NY, PA

12.09.14 | FL News Team

Wet snow, sleet and rain in eastern NY and PA will change to all snow over night. It'll be heavy at times tomorrow, with accumulations of up to a foot in areas east of 1-81 in New York and north of 80 in PA . The system will move slowly over the ...

9 Percent Of All Marriages In NY Are Now Gay Couples

12.08.14 | Sarah Harnisch

At least 9 percent of marriages in New York have been between same-sex couples since the law took effect in July of 2011, state records show. A larger percentage of gay marriages take place in New York City: 11 percent in the city compared to just ...

Two More People Exposed To Ebola Under Quarantine In NY

12.08.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Two more people exposed to the Ebola virus have agreed to be under quarantine in New York State. Governor Andrew Cuomo says they are the 7th and 8th persons to undergo voluntary home quarantine during the virus's incubation stage. Aides say they ...

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