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Schumer aims to block robocalls

05.17.18 | Brandon Dickson

Senator Chuck Schumer says he'll push legislation to give consumers the ability to block robocalls to any landline or mobile phone. The New York Democrat says that Americans received 3.4 billion robocalls last month alone, an increase of nearly...

It'll be Wagner vs. Wolf in PA's fall governor's race

05.16.18 | Bob Price

Scott Wagner defeated Paul Mango and Laura Ellsworth for the GOP nod. Wagner sounded confident in his victory speech last night. The other big-ticket item on the ballot Tuesday was the Republican U.S. Senate contest. Former Hazleton Mayor Lou...

NY mom and step-dad are behind bars in connection with the assault of a toddler

05.16.18 | Brandon Dickson

Alison and Donald Bovio are charged with first degree assault of a three-year-old boy in Seneca Falls, New York. The couple said the child fell down a flight of stairs, but cops say the young boy was actually hit with a belt numerous times...

A former Buffalo bishop will speak at the royal wedding on Saturday

05.16.18 | Brandon Dickson

Reverend Michael Curry, who attended public school in the Queen City, was ordained at Saint Paul's Cathedral. Curry, who now serves as a bishop in Chicago, says he will address the source and origin of the love between Prince Harry and Meghan...

Unoccupied Truck Strikes and Kills Big Flats Woman and her Dog

05.15.18 | Bob Price

A Big Flats woman and her dog were struck and killed by an unoccupied vehicle during their morning walk. Around 11:30 a.m., Monday morning, the Chemung County Sheriff's Office responded to Suburban Drive, in the Town of Big Flats, to find a...

Some Voters Puzzled by New Congressional Districts in Primary

05.15.18 | Bob Price

Tuesday's primary election marks the first time that Pennsylvania's newly redrawn congressional map comes into play for voters. In Luzerne County, the new congressional map splits up the Dallas area, making the lead-up to the primary a little...

Tops gets judicial approval to close some stores

05.15.18 |

Tops Friendly Markets can move ahead with its store closing procedures after a federal bankruptcy judge approved the company’s paperwork last week. The embattled grocery chain, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February, asked for...

Big hospitals in PA worry they may face staffing shortages

05.14.18 | Sarah Harnisch

A delay in processing licenses for doctors-in-training is at the root of the concern. Eight weeks into the implementation of a new online system for licensing that was supposed to accelerate the process, only around 17% of the state's 9,600...

A Rochester mom recieved a new heart just in time for Mother's Day

05.14.18 | Sarah Harnisch

Roberta Watkins says she can really celebrate the joy of being a mom. Watkins was eight-years-old when she found out she had a genetic heart disorder. She had her first heart attack at 32. In January, she walked into Strong Memorial Hospital...

Will Republicans lose ground in tomorrow's primary in Pennsylvania?

05.14.18 | Terry Diener

In some parts of the state, voters essentially will be picking their next representatives or senators, as one party has overwhelming numbers. Nineteen Republicans and six Democrats in the House are retiring, and there are three vacancies that...

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