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Northampton County Parents Sueing School Over Son's Valentine's Card

04.10.14 | FL News Team

A couple is taking on the Nazareth Area School District in Northampton County over a dispute about their first-grader's Valentine's Day cards. "It's really impacted him personally," said Matt Sharp, an attorney who is representing Donald and Ellen ...

Record Bear Kills in NY State

04.09.14 | Bob Price

The State Department of Environmental Conservation says most of the bear kills came in the Catskills. Commissioner Joe Martin says New York has an ideal bear habitat and vast accessible public lands that offer ideal hunting conditions. The Southern ...

Chatauqua Town Considers Huge Tax Increaes

04.09.14 | Bill Price

The financial fiasco facing Forestville and its village 700 residents is daunting to say the least. The village's third mayor in two years is proposing a budget that increases property taxes by 445%! A homeowner whose house is assessed at $50,000 ...

Paterno Estate Fights Records Subpoena

04.09.14 | FL News Team

Joe Paterno's estate, in a new court filing seeking access to records that may go to the heart of its fight to overturn PCAA sanctions against Penn State, argues the university can't be allowed to selectively share its Freeh report files on the ...

PENNDOT Reports Low Number of Highway Deaths

04.09.14 | Sarah Harnisch

          Pennsylvania recorded the lowest number of highway deaths ever last year.  Penn-dot says just over 12-hundred people were killed on highways in the Commonwealth.  That's the lowest ...

Two Democratic Gov Candidates in PA Get Top Ratings from Anti-Gun Group

04.08.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Gun control advocacy group CeaseFire Pennsylvania has given two gubernatorial candidates 100 percent rating on their gun control stances. Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz, and Katie McGinty, an attorney and former Environmental Protection Secretary, ...

PA Governor Signs Child Abuse Laws

04.08.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Progress is being made in the effort to protect children in Pennsylvania from abuse. On Monday, Governor Tom Corbett signed into law three bills that will result in funding for training, child advocacy centers and a new statewide database. There ...

Medical Marijuana Not Happening In NY This Year

04.08.14 | Sarah Harnisch

The prospects aren't bright for passage of a medical marijuana bill in the Legislature this year, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver said Monday. Speaking to reporters inside of the Assembly chamber, Silver said there has been "no interest" from the ...

SUNY Broome Offers Program To Forgive Tuition

04.08.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Former SUNY Broome Community College students with outstanding debts to the school will be able to pay a portion of what they owe and return to school under a new amnesty program from the college. The one-time only tuition amnesty program will ...

PA Town Mourns Three Children Killed in Housefire

04.07.14 | Sarah Harnisch

 A funeral service is set for Tuesday for 3 mennonite children killed in a housefire in Danville, Pennsylvania Friday.   13 Year old Daniel, 7 year old Gavin, and 2 year old Arthur could not escape. Two children did get out alive. ...

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