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Lance Armstrong Stripped of Tour de France Titles

08.24.12 | Bob Price

Seven time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong will be stripped of all seven titles and banned from participating in Olympic sports for life.

Corbett Says NCAA Ruling Is Unfair To PSU Students

07.27.12 | Bob Price

Gov. Tom Corbett says the penalties imposed on the Penn State football program “go well beyond” those with responsibility for the handling of child sex abuse allegations and he is concerned about their impact on current students.

PA Court Rules to Protect Towns from Gas Drilling

07.27.12 | Bob Price

A Pennsylvania appellate court panel on Thursday struck down provisions in a new law regulating the state's booming natural gas industry that opponents said would leave municipalities defenseless to protect property owners from being surrounded by ...

Corning Museum of Glass Makes Big Changes

07.27.12 | Bob Price

The Corning Museum of Glass is saying goodbye to its current hot glass show stage.This is the space where you can see the museum's live glassblowing exhibit.

Hometown Heroes in London For Opening Ceremonies

07.27.12 | Bob Price

All eyes are on the Olympic City for the Summer 2012 Olympics. England's capital hosted the games in 1908 and again in 1948. Thousands turned out to watch the Olympic flame pass the capital's iconic landmarks.

Flood Protection Efforts Hit a Wall in Bloomsburg

07.25.12 | Bob Price

Federal officials told Bloomsburg leaders recently they will not fund a flood protection project. Bloomsburg Mayor Dan Knorr said the town`s flood protection plan has been in the works for decades, about 30 years.

Bear's Trash Home in Upstate NY's Bearsville

07.25.12 | Bob Price

Bearsville is living up to its name. The Times-Herald Record of Middletown reports that a mother bear and her cubs trashed a family's home in the Catskills hamlet several times earlier this month.

New Pa Voter Law Heads to Court Wednesday

07.25.12 | Bob Price

The first legal test for Pennsylvania's tough new voter identification law is arriving.

Gov't Says Excessive Heat Could Continue Through The Fall

07.20.12 | Bob Price

Government forecasters say the excessive heat across much of the U.S. may not let up until October.

10 percent Of Deaths Worldwide Caused By Inactivity

07.20.12 | Bob Price

Physical inactivity causes one in ten deaths worldwide, according to a series of studies. Researchers say their findings put physical inactivity on par with smoking and obesity as a health risk.

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