FL News Podcasts

Teaching & Learning Institute / Selecting a College

11.12.09 | Cecil Van Houten

Ralph and Cecil discuss college admissions and how families of seniors in high school can begin to navigate through the process of selecting a college.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Winter Festival of Lights (Niagara Falls, Ontario)

11.11.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

The Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada is an annual kaleidoscope of color and sound with 120 animated light displays and over 3 million tree and ground lights.

FLN News / Warming Wounded Warriors

11.09.09 | Bob Price

The Pittsford Baptist Church is collecting clothing for wounded war vets at Walter Reed. Here's how you can take part.

Food For Thought / Processed Foods and Depression

11.06.09 | Sherri Watters

British researchers have found a link between the two.

Teaching & Learning Institute / High School Sports Playing Games on Sundays

11.05.09 | Cecil Van Houten

There's controversy surrounding the trend toward high school sports teams playing games on Sundays.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Pajama Rama (Cheektowaga, NY)

11.04.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

The Cheektowaga, NY Pajama Rama scheduled for noon until 5 on Saturday, November 7 at the Waldon-Galleria Mall. It’s a fun-filled celebration designed to help collect new pajamas and bedtime books to be distributed to children who live in situations where it can be difficult to go to sleep ...

FLN News / The Erosion of Parental Rights

11.03.09 | Bob Price

Erik Lansing with Parentalrights.org talks to FLN News about his effort to pass a constitutional amendment protecting the rights of parents.

Teaching & Learning Institute / School Bus Safety

10.29.09 | Cecil Van Houten

There's a new pilot program that uses cameras to detect drivers who pass stopped school buses.

FLN News / The Gary Harvey Story: An Update

10.28.09 | Sarah Harnisch

Sara Harvey's husband Gary had a heart attack and fell down the basement steps -- and became brain damaged. But she got into a tiff with the Chemung County home he was in over a fish line, and lost custody of her husband. But a small victory was recently won in court.

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