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Fall Temps To Be Mild in NY and PA, Says The National Weather Service

09.27.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Fall temperatures should be mild for New York and Pennsylvania. The National Weather Service in Binghamton has released their annual fall forecast. They say the month of October is going to have above normal temperatures and below normal rainfall ...

Most Pennsylvanian Voters Are OK With Flashing An ID To Vote

09.27.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A new poll released by Franklin and Marshall College shows most voters are completely ok with the new state law requiring a photo identification to vote. 87 percent of voters said they were fine with the law and almost all of them, 99-percent, said ...

Penn State's Schultz, Curley Will Not Have Their Charges Dismissed

09.27.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A judge Wednesday upheld pergury charges against two Penn State administrators accused of lying to the grand jury that investigated allegations against Jerry Sandusky. The judge said allegations against former Vice President Gary Schultz and ...

Poll Finds Obama Is Still Up In Pennsylvania

09.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Senator Bob Casey and President Barack Obama continue to hold comfortable leads in Pennsylvania over their Republican rivals. Mercyhurst University found 48 percent of state voters would cast ballots for Obama, 40 percent for Mitt Romney. And 91 ...

Federal Panel To Hear Voter ID Law In South Carolina; Has Similarities To P.A.'s Law

09.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A three-judge federal panel hears closing arguments today concerning South Carolina's voter id law.  It's anticipated that opponents will challenge the credibility of Republican state representative who authored the bill.  Last year, U.S. ...

New Poll Shows Mitt Romney May Be Within 1 Percentage Point of the President In Pennsylvania

09.21.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A number of polls show the president has an 8-point lead in Pennsylvania, but there's a new poll out today that shows that may not be the case. A Republican-sponsered poll at Susquehanna polling shows the race in Pennsylvania may be decided by less ...

PA Supreme Court Sets Aside Voter ID Law

09.19.12 | Jeremy Miller

         The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is setting aside a lower court ruling that allowed enforcement of the state's Voter ID Law. The decision asks the lower court to determine the availability of other ...

Storm To Drop 1-4 Inches of Rain On NY, PA

09.18.12 | Sarah Harnisch

We are two days from the official start of fall, and New York and Pennsylvania are poised to usher it in like a lion. Both states have High Wind Advisories in place. This is a weather system that spans 10 states, from the outer ridges of Canada all ...

The Majority of Pennsylvanians Are Ok With Flashing An ID To Vote

09.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A new poll out by the Inquirer Pennsylvania shows nearly two-thirds of Pennsylvanians support the state requiring a  legal photo id to vote. 94-percent of those surveryed said it would not be difficult to obtain the necessary id to vote. Just ...

As The President Picks Up Momentum In PA, Most Aren't Seeing It As A Swing State Anymore

09.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvania may be less of a swing vote then most people think. Not so long ago, both major parties thought they could win the state. The Keystone state is proving to be second-tier in importance to states like Florida, Ohio, Colorado, Virginia ...

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