FL News Podcasts

FL News: Storm Coverage

07.27.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Elmira, New York was among the hardest hit. There's hardly a street without a downed tree on it. At the center of the crisis is Joel Robinson, the Executive Director for the Sullivan Trail Chapter of the American Red Cross, which covers Chemung and Schuyler Counties. Morning News Anchor Sarah ...

Capital Connection: PA Voter ID Law, Energy in the Empire State

07.27.12 | Bob Price

Jason McGuire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms and Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute talk about the issues that matter from Albany and Harrisburg on this weeks' Capital Connection

TLI: Teachers Unions in Retreat

07.26.12 | Cecil Van Houten

There are changes happening in one of the largest teachers unions in the country. The National Education Association, faced with declining membership and diminished revenues, is shifting its focus from being a powerful national lobbying group to more of an education-oriented local partner in ...

Capital Connection : Penn State Scandel and NYS Payraises

07.23.12 | Bob Price

Jason McGuire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms and Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute talk about what matters most in Albany and Harrisburg. This week the focus is Penn State and payraises for NY politicians

TLI: Lessons Learned From the Penn State Tragedy

07.19.12 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Ralph Kerr of the Teaching and Learning Institute talks with Cecil about some of the results of the Louis Freeh report on the Penn State scandal. A timely reminder for education professionals and parents and citizens as well that the needs and safety of children should never be compromised in ...

FL News: Whooping Cough Cases on the Rise

07.18.12 | Bob Price

Beverly Butz with the Steuben County Office of Public Health talks to Family Life about the warning signs of whooping cough.

Inside Out 252: Helping Friends Through Trauma

07.16.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join trauma survivor and therapist Julie Woodley as we talk about caring for friends living through trauma. Woodley is the founder/director of Restoring the Heart Ministry.

Capital Connection : Scranton Budget Mess and NY Gay Marriage Law

07.13.12 | Bob Price

Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute and Jason McGuire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms talk about the budget emergency in Scranton and the failed attempt to overturn New York's Marriage Equality Act.

TLI: School Administrators Embrace Digital Devices

07.12.12 | Cecil Van Houten

A recent survey shows that among education professionals, school administrators are ahead of the curve of embracing new technology to use in their jobs, especially smartphones and tablets such as the iPad. More applications are allowing administrators to ‘go mobile’ and use devices for faster ...

Inside Out 251: Engaging Young Doubters

07.11.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Is your church a welcoming place for young adults wrestling with doubts about the Christian faith? Join guest Andrea Palpant Dilley, author of the memoir “Faith and Other Flat Tires: Searching for God on the Rough Road of Doubt.”