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Gov. Cuomo moves to block employers asking about pay history

04.10.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

The governor of New York plans to prohibit employers from the public and private sectors from asking applicants about prior salary history. The measure is part of steps by the Empire State to close the gender gap. A new report claims New York...

40 New jobs blowing into upstate New York

04.10.18 | Brandon Dickson

Air-flo Manufacturing has announced its expanding its operations in Chemung County where it will consolidate its truck body and accessory manufacturing operations and install new production lines. The expansion project is expected to be...

A church in Syracuse opens its doors to give medical help

04.09.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Assumption Church leaders are now providing clinical care after receiving numerous requests for aid. Local doctors volunteer their time at the Syracuse clinic that's now open twice a week.

Gym class isn't what it used to be in Pennsylvania

04.09.18 | Terry Diener

Pennsylvania"s education department provides phys. education benchmarks that school districts must meet, but it does not mandate a specific number of gym or health-and-wellness class credits for students. A Department spokeswoman says since...

A tragic house fire in Syracuse, NY has taken another life

04.09.18 | Bob Price

A fourth person, 18-year-old Korrina Dubois passed away at a Syracuse hospital on Sunday. The blaze also claimed the lives of 16-year-old Michael Dubois, 45-year-old Susan Wagner,  and Hunter Dubois, a one year-old child. Police say the...

The gloves are coming off in the PA governor's race

04.09.18 | Bob Price

Republican candidate Paul Mango is out with a new attack ad targeting his GOP rival, Scott Wagner. The 30-second spot accuses Wagner, a state Senator from York, of being "sleazy, toxic and greedy." The commercial also calls Wagner a "deadbeat...

New bills in PA aim to crack down on speeders

04.05.18 | Brandon Dickson

The measures would allow municipal police to use radar to detect speed. Representative Greg Rothman says the commonwealth is the only state "that does not allow municipal police to use radar." Only state police in PA can use the technology...

Cleanup continues after the wind storm

04.05.18 | Brandon Dickson

Restoration efforts are underway after strong winds knocked down trees and power lines; damaged cars, homes and businesses; and put tens of thousands in our listening area in the dark. NYSEG reports nearly 30,000 people are still without...

A growing movement presses for students in PA to learn CPR

04.05.18 | Terry Diener

This year, Pennsylvania could become the 38th state in the nation to pass such a law. In the Pennsylvania legislature, the CPR in Schools legislation is in committee and may soon go before the full senate for a third and final vote. A similar...

Democrats make a move to take back control of the NY Senate

04.05.18 | Bob Price

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