FLN News Articles

Local Soldier Reunited With Dog He Saved In Afghanistan

03.16.12 | Jeremy Miller

A local soldier wrapped up his tour of duty in Afghanistan and is now reunited with a family member whom he saved while he was deployed. The last time Staff Sergeant Bob Cook saw Rio, she was just a scared little puppy barely surviving. "She ...

Does Pension Reform Help NY Municipalities?

03.16.12 | Jeremy Miller

Local Mayor Says "Tier Six" Plan Does Too Little

Survey: Mormons Tithe More Than Christians

03.16.12 | Jeremy Miller

Mormon Church Continues Exponential Growth

Should Penn State Rename Beaver Stadium?

03.16.12 | Jeremy Miller

Honoring JoePa Gaining Support

Deals Reached on Major NYS Issues

03.15.12 | Bob Price

New York would see up to seven Las Vegas-style casinos, a doubled DNA database to fight crime and free innocent people, and a less cushy pension for future public workers under deals struck behind closed doors Wednesday.

PA Governor Signs Photo ID Law

03.15.12 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania is home to one of the nation's toughest photo identification laws for voters, less than eight months before the presidential election.

Democrats Ride Romney's Planned Parenthood Remark

03.15.12 | Bob Price

A coordinated attack by Democrats on Mitt Romney's plan to "get rid of" Planned Parenthood to help balance the federal budget is part of a larger campaign to ensure that Romney and other Republicans lose credibility with female voters.

School districts can opt out of Pink Slime

03.15.12 | Bob Price

School districts soon will be able to opt out of a common ammonia-treated ground beef filler critics have dubbed "pink slime."

Payraises for New York Judges ?

03.14.12 | Bob Price

The first salary increases for New York judges in 13 years appear headed for approval in the upcoming state budget, quietly ending one of Albany's long political dramas that recurred annually, then wound through the courts after frustrated jurists ...

NY Legislature poised to pass its election lines

03.14.12 | Bob Price

The Senate Republican and Assembly Democratic majorities are preparing to pass their own redistricting plan even as it's condemned by good-government groups as gerrymandering to protect their political interests.

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