FLN News Articles

NY Pro-life Groups Fear Discrimination

05.27.13 | Bob Price

Pro-life groups in New York fear there's a direct connection to the regulation of pregnancy centers and the deregulation of the abortion industry.

PA Senator reacts to Military Sex Abuse

05.27.13 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey is sponsoring legislation to make sure members of the armed forces who are guilty of sexual harrassment and assault do not go unpunished.

Inauguration Day Schedule

01.21.13 | Bob Price

Here is the schedule for the second inauguration of President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. (subject to change)

Fracking becomes Self-Sufficient

01.21.13 | Bob Price

Advances in hydraulic fracturing technology have powered the American natural gas boom. And now hydraulic fracturing could be increasingly powered by the very fuel it has been so successful in coaxing up from the depths.

Flu Season Fuels Debate over Paid Time Off

01.21.13 | Bob Price

Sniffling, groggy and afraid she had caught the flu, Diana Zavala dragged herself in to work anyway for a day she felt she couldn't afford to miss.

Plane From Rochester Blows Tires During Landing

01.21.13 | Bob Price

Authorities say a United Express plane from western New York has blown four tires as it landed at Newark Liberty International Airport and veered off a runway.

Holding Our Breath On Low Gas Prices

01.08.13 | Bob Price

Motorists are hoping 2013 doesn't take too much of a bite out of their wallet. Gasoline now averages $3.30 a gallon nationally, up about half a penny since the first of the year a year ago, gas rose about 10 cents in the first week of the new year. ...

If You Need A Leg Up On Paying Your Student Loans, Simply Move To Niagara Falls, NY

09.26.12 | Bob Price

The city of Niagara Falls new york is going ahead with plans to help pay down the student loans of people who agree to live in the city for two years. Applications will be available online starting September 26th. The city will pay off a total of ...

Advance papers in Pa., NY to publish 3 days a week

08.29.12 | Bob Price

Newspapers in Harrisburg, Pa., and Syracuse, N.Y., announced Tuesday they will switch to a three-days-a-week publication schedule in January as their corporate owner continues its shift away from daily printed papers.

Mom of dead NY girl says teen suspect a "mooch"

08.29.12 | Bob Price

The mother of a dead 5-year-old girl said the teen accused of killing her daughter was someone she had not wanted to be around the home her daughter was visiting.

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