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NY's Highest Court To Rule On Porn As An Art Form

09.05.12 | Sarah Harnisch

New York's highest court is deciding whether porn is protecting art and worthy of a tax exemption. In a case that would have been unthinkable just a few years ago, the adult entertainment industry says it doesn't peddle porn, it peddles art and it ...

There Are More Inexperienced Teachers Now Then Any Other Time In History

09.05.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Teachers with 10 years or less of teaching experience now comprise 52 percent of the teaching force. Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania analyzed the most recent federal surveys and found that in a bid to replace retiring teachers and ...

P.A. Has More Juveniles In Prison For Life Then Any Other State

09.04.12 | Sarah Harnisch

State lawmakers are tackling new law that would restrict the number of teens that can go to jail. Pennsylvania has more juvenilles in prison for life then any other state-- 480-- out of 2500 in the nation. Lawmakers already held hearings this ...

Buffalo Bills Owner Still In Recovery

09.04.12 |

It's been a week, but Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson is still hospitalized. His press team told the Family Life newsroom Wilson has a minor infection, but is in good condition at an unnamed hospital, and is doing well. When the 93 year gets sick, ...

It's Evanglizing Week On College Campuses Across The U.S.

09.04.12 |

Christian campus group Intervarsity is welcoming students at 576 colleges and universities this week. Intervarsity National Director Alec Hill says Intervarsity sophomores, juniors and seniors will be out in full force, welcoming freshman moving in ...

11th Graders Have A New Test To Take In P.A. This Winter

09.04.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Surprise! 11th graders in Pennsylvania will be taking the Keystone exams this year. Those are the tests that will eventually be tied to their graduation. They will take them in two waves, first, in mid-December, then again in mid-January. Schools ...

New York Shatters Summer Heat Records, NWS Says

09.03.12 | Sarah Harnisch

This summer's weather was offically a record breaker. The warming trend started in late spring and lasted through August. According to the National Weather Service in Buffalo, it was the warmest 4-month stretch on record in 142 years, from May 1st ...

Romney Says He's Coming To Western Pennsylvania Next Week

09.03.12 | Sarah Harnisch

But does the presidential candidate have a chance at winning Pennsylvania? Republicans answered the question Sunday. Party chairman Rob Gleason said even though there are about 1.1 million more registered Democrats in the Keystone state, he ...

Pennsylvania Logs Another Swine Flu Case

09.03.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There are now 2 confirmed cases of swine flu in Pennsylvania, and a third possible case among children who had contact with pigs at the Somerset County fair in western Pennsylvania. That fair was held august 18th to 25th in Meyersdale. The strain ...

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