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New car seat requirements that were signed into law in June in Pennsylvania take effect today

08.12.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The new bill mandates all kids under the age of two must be in a rear-facing seat until they outgrow the seat as indicated by the manufacturer. If they violate the law, the fine is as high as $125. Pennsylvania is just the 4th state to enact...

Storms tore through New York and Pennsylvania last night

08.12.16 | Sarah Harnisch

In Batavia,  New York, a man and a woman huddled under a tree were both struck dead in a fierce lightening storm.Lackawanna County Pennsylvania still has 1,400 people without power. Most towns, Waverly, Corning, Buffalo logged as much as two...

A top aide to Pennsylvania's attorney general has spoken out against her

08.11.16 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

On the second day of testimony in Kane's trial, former First Deputy Bruce Beemer says he was shocked when he saw the 2014 newspaper article with grand jury information. He says Kane asked him to file a court challenge to block the investigation...

A massive fire at a tire plant is still burning in the city of Lockport, New York near Buffalo

08.11.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Overnight, that fire grew so large that it forced people out of their homes across a seven-street barrier around the blaze. That fire began a little before 7 p.m. at High Tread International. The fire, so massive, it's taken more then a dozen...

Nearly 100 liquor stores that were closed on Sundays open this Sunday for the first time in Pennsylvania

08.11.16 | Sarah Harnisch

A new law goes into effect this week from the Liquor Control Board. One store owner says it's a good thing, because people were travelling to New Jersey to get it. Eventually about 300 stores will have expanded Sunday hours. Another component to...

The city of Rochester has started the hunt for LGBTQ landmarks

08.11.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The Landmark Society of Western New York is finding and documenting places around Rochester where the gay community has gathered for night life. Garry and Melissa Ingram are licensed counselors and former homosexuals. They say there's something...

Pennsylvania's Attorney General has gone on trial in a perjury and obstruction case that prosecutors say stems from her drive for political revenge

08.10.16 | Bob Price

They say Democrat Kathleen Kane was incensed about a news article that faulted her for not charging anyone in a statehouse bribery sting. So she leaked grand jury material to the media to embarrass the former staff lawyer she thought planted the...

New York's top education officials hosted an event at the University of Buffalo yesterday to talk about the growing teacher shortage problem

08.10.16 | Bob Price

Dave Collins with SUNY says the U.S. will need one-and-a-half million new teachers in the coming decade.While in Buffalo, New York's top education activists brainstormed ways to recruit and retain the teachers of tomorrow...

Flooding is being reported near the Kinzua Dam in Warren County, Pennsylvania

08.10.16 | Bob Price

That dam is one of the largest east of the Mississippi. The area was inundated with four inches of rain overnight. A flash flood warning continues for north-central Pennsylvania though the morning.

Water woes in Watkins Glen

08.10.16 | Bob Price

The upstate New York village is under a boil water advisory after a water main break Tuesday afternoon. The inconvenience is not sitting well with Jennifer Hines, a mother of three on Decatur Street in Watkins Glen. "We had to buy several...

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