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PA Medicaid Alternative Requires Large Workforce

05.13.14 | Bill Price

The Private Market Initiative, that Governor Corbett says will save money, is going to require 723 new state workers-or about one percent of the current workforce- a figure far higher than most states have needed and has surprised some public ...

New York's Pension Fund at Record High

05.13.14 | Bill Price

    State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli says the fund for state and local government workers, had a 13% return on investment last year, and now stands at 176 billion dollars.           The ...

Lyme Disease Cases Increase In Finger Lakes

05.06.14 | Bill Price

At 19, Ana Harris was embarking on a promising dance career. That was until she got sick. Almost overnight, she became severely fatigued, experienced rapid weight gain, joint aches and neurological distress. She couldn’t get out of ...

Schumer Demands Action To Stop Toxins from Spreading

05.06.14 | Bill Price

Senator Chuck Schumer was in Buffalo today, touting what he calls the area's Blue Economy, a big part of that being Lake Erie. He's urging the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Agriculture to act quickly to curb the threat ...

Pennsylvania Obamacare Enrollment Tops 300,000

05.06.14 | Bill Price

About 318,000 Pennsylvania residents signed up for Obamacare health insurance during the 2014 enrollment period that ended March 31, according to figures recently released by the federal government. Of those, 81 percent received financial ...

Hunting Or Trapping Of Wild Boars In New York Now Prohibited

05.05.14 | Bill Price

A new regulation that prohibits hunting or trapping of free-ranging Eurasian boars in New York State was formally adopted state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens announced this week. The regulation is designed ...

Propane Heater Fumes Kill 5 In Cabin In P-A

05.05.14 | Bill Price

Authorities investigating the carbon monoxide deaths of two adults and three children in a north-central Pennsylvania cabin say the mother of two of the children had left early in the morning, before the tragedy was discovered. Lycoming County ...

New Faith Based Group Launches in Rochester

05.05.14 | Bill Price

Looking to put their collective spiritual weight behind tackling various worldly woes, a collection of Rochester-area churches have formed a faith-based community organization. The Rochester Alliance of Communities Transforming Society, or ACTS, ...

A Potential Buyer For The Buffalo Bills Unveiled

05.02.14 | Bill Price

A major New York City developer is interested in buying the Buffalo Bills. His name is Howard Milstein. He's a billionaire who has vast real estate holdings in New York. His family's real estate empire includes 50,000 apartments, office buildings ...

Some NY Schools Receive Incomplete Math Tests

05.02.14 | Bill Price

An unknown number of New York schools Thursday received incomplete versions of a statewide math test for third graders and could force some students to finish up the exam next week. Portions of the standardized test were omitted for some schools, ...

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