A handcuffed prisoner is on the loose in central Chautauqua County

03.07.17 | Bill Price

The sheriff's office says 34 year-old Jacob Raynor from Sinclairville, New York escaped during his court appearance today.  Because of the manhunt, both the Sinclairville Elementary and Cassadaga Valley High went into lock-down earlier...

Gov. Wolf proposes plan to “aggressively” keep jobs in Pennsylvania

03.06.17 | Bob Price

Governor Tom Wolf wants to make sure Pennsylvania companies keep their jobs in the Commonwealth, and he plans on taking an aggressive approach holding them to their promises. Wolf, entering his third state budget cycle, said in a recent Twitter...

Health care providers headed to Albany to push 'safety net'

03.06.17 | Bob Price

Hundreds of health care providers are asking state authorities for increased support for community-based services to help uninsured patients. On Monday more than 900 community health care supporters will ask Albany lawmakers to preserve health...

Pa. bill: Students should learn how to spot fake news

03.06.17 | Bob Price

A state lawmaker says Pennsylvania’s schools should be teaching students how to spot fake news on social media. State Rep. Tim Briggs (D-Montgomery) introduced legislation this week that would require the Department of Education to...

Victims, Roman Catholic Church spar over NY sex abuse bill

03.06.17 | Bob Price

New York legislation to relax one of the nation's most restrictive statutes of limitations on child molestation victims continues to stall under pressure from the Roman Catholic Church and other opponents. The bill has circled the drain in...

NY education officials are seeking input from the public on new testing procedures for public schools

03.03.17 | Bob Price

The state education department has scheduled dozens of public meetings around the state.   Meanwhile, school districts are gearing up for another round of state tests later this month. More than one million 3rd thru 8th graders will take...

A PA judge has denied a request to have child endangerment charges dropped for 3 former Penn State officials

03.02.17 | Bob Price

The Dauphin County judge says the felony charge will stay in the case against ex-Penn State President Graham Spanier, former Vice President Gary Schultz and former Athletic Director Tim Curley. Jury selection in Harrisburg begins March 20th.

New York's governor is headed to Israel this weekend

03.02.17 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Governor Andrew Cuomo will go to Israel to talk about economic-development opportunities and display solidarity amid a rise in antisemitism in New York and the U.S. In two speeches Wednesday, Cuomo pledged unity with Jews in New York and...

PA is about to pump a whole lot of money into highway and bridge repair projects

03.02.17 | Bob Price

The $2 billion, 10-year investment will fund interstate improvements and rural road repairs.Penndot Secretary Leslie Richards says roads in rural areas will get much-needed attention.  She insists interstate highways are also in need of...

New legislation in NY calls for repealing portions of the Safe Act

03.02.17 | Bob Price

The Safe Act has come under fire for several years by gun rights activists. Republicans say changes would apply only to residents outside of New York City. State Senator Robert Ortt says the Safe Act has "been a major source of controversy, of...