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An invasive bug that feasts on grapes has been found in the Finger Lakes

09.12.18 | Bill Price

Environmental officials have confirmed the discovery of the spotted lanternfly. The recent discovery of the adult insect near Keuka Lake in Penn Yan in Yates County marks the first time the feared pest has been detected in New York state. The...

Tops shoppers stunned by news 10 NY stores will close

08.31.18 | Bob Price, Bill Price

Many consumers do not like the news that 10-area stores will shut down by November.  Most of those closings will be in Rochester and Ryracuse. Tops stores in Elmira, Geneva, Fulton, Fairport, Lyons, and Saranac Lake are also...

PA state prisons are still "locked-down" after officers were sickened

08.30.18 | Bill Price

Corrections Secretary John Wetzel announced the immediate lockdown on Wednesday.  All visits are also suspended and all department mail rooms are closed until further notice. No word yet on how long the lockdown will last. Over the last...

A "predator priest" report in PA is expected to be released today

08.14.18 | Bill Price

This report which has taken two years to compile has been "held-up" by the highest court in Pennsylvania for several weeks. The findings detail years of child abuse at the hands of clergy members and efforts to cover it up in six of...

Flood cleanup continues across parts of NY & PA

08.08.18 | Bill Price

A state of emergency is up in the village of Deposit and the town of Sanford in Broome County, New York as a result of flash flooding that caused road and basement damage. Flash flooding also causing road damage in New Albany...

Brand-spankin'-new National Comedy Center opens today in Jamestown, NY

08.01.18 | Bill Price

What Cooperstown is to baseball Jamestown is to comedy. The new center, a project that's been in the works for nearly a decade, finally is finished.  It's opening comes on a day dedicated to this community's most famous "red-head" and the...

Another once-powerful politician in NY has been convicted of fraud

07.18.18 | Bill Price

A former New York state Senate leader and his son have been convicted of bribery and extortion charges for a second time at their federal corruption trial. A jury reaching the verdict Tuesday in the case against Dean Skelos and his son...

Relief is in sight for long traffic light experiences in Pennsylvania

07.13.18 | Bill Price

Governor Wolf announced that the Department of Transportation will be doling-out $31 million for traffic signal upgrades in 70 municipalities across the commonwealth. The funding all part of the department of transportation's Green Llight-Go...

A 6-foot snake fell from the ceiling onto a sleeping man in upstate New York

07.12.18 | Bill Price

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation said the man from Pulaski woke up in a panic after the snake fell on him. Officials say the snake was a six-foot-long red-tailed boa constrictor. It escaped its enclosure in the...

'Heads-up' if you're travelin' around Harrisburg today

07.10.18 | Bill Price

Police will be cracking down on aggressive and distracted driving in the capital city today. The goal of the one-day blitz is to reduce the number of crashes in Harrisburg. State police say so far this year, they've investigated 220 crashes in...

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