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Lawmaker wants to remove veterinarian exemption for drug monitoring

01.30.18 | Terry Diener

Veterinarians currently don’t have to submit information on the opioid-based painkillers they prescribe. State Representative Ed Gainey says that allows pet owners with opioid addictions to “vet shop” for medications for their...

A jury has found a Cheektowaga man guilty of attacking his ex-girlfriend

01.30.18 | Brandon Dickson

54-Year-old Mark Dublino reportedly entered the Williamsville home of his former girlfriend back in June of 2016, violating a protection order, and attacked her and her friend multiple times in the head with a sledgehammer. He then drove to the...

Cornell student claims she's the target of threats since exposing the school's liberal bias

01.29.18 | Bill Price

Neetu Chandak admits it's difficult being a conservative at college these days, but no body should have to endure what she's endured for speaking up for her values. The 21-year-old Cornell senior says ever since she appeared on Fox News last...

Tougher human trfficking legislation has been introduced in PA

01.29.18 | Terry Diener

Representative Seth Grove says his proposal would increase penalties on people convicted of trafficking someone into sex slavery, and on people who patronize a victim of sexual trafficking. Grove notes his bill also would give prosecutors the...

This Wed. marks the deadline for NY pistol permit holders to recertify their firearms

01.29.18 | Bob Price

The SAFE Act policy is much-maligned by gun rights groups. Jason McGuire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms says "you have to believe that if people are not registering, at some point there will be some kind of legal enforcement to...

A stand-off turns deadly in the Poconos

01.29.18 | Brandon Dickson

Police were called to a home Sunday morning where they tried to negotiate with a 51-year-old man who had his girlfriend and her mom held up inside for two hours.  But after hearing continued yells for help, they entered the home. Officers...

Senator Chuck Schumer is calling for federal help to fight the flu

01.29.18 | Brandon Dickson

The Senate minority leader says a special CDC flu-surveillance team would help track virus strains, Identify the most effective treatments, and map out a plan of attack. This past week, flu cases in New York increased by a reported 54%.

Binghamton Mayor Rich David meets with President Trump at the White House

01.26.18 | Brandon Dickson

David helping put Binghamton on the government's radar by asking about flood walls in the Southern Tier.   New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was the only New York mayor invited to meet with the president, but de Blasio canceled after...

5 Death row inmates sue PA prison officials over isolation

01.26.18 | Terry Diener

The federal lawsuit asks the court to end mandatory, indefinite solitary confinement for the 156 men on death row at Graterford and Greene state prisons. The lawsuit seeks class-action status as well as a declaration that the solitary policy...

Top PA Republcans petition the Supreme Court to intervene following a gerrymandering ruling

01.26.18 | Bob Price

The recent ruling by Pennsylvania's Supreme Court forces the state to redraw all of the state's 19 congressional districts. The GOP says the Pennsylvania Supreme Court unconstitutionally usurped the authority of lawmakers to create congressional...

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