Feature Reports

Issues in Education: School Reopeing in the COVID Era

07.13.20 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr with the Teaching and Learning Institute says it's not a question of "if" school will open in the fall, it's "how?" Learn more next on coronavirus & the classroom, on "Issues in Education."

Staycation: Onondaga Historical Museum

07.10.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Curator of History Robert Searing rewinds time to explore the “Underground Railroad” in central New York. He discusses "Freedom Bound," one of the permanent exhibits at the Onondaga Historical Museum in downtown Syracuse.

Faith Under Fire: SCOTUS Scores 2 Wins for Religious Freedom

07.09.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Two rulings by the High Court affirm protections for religious employers. Under one, employers are exempted from providing contraceptives, including those leading to abortion, to employees. The second ruling safeguards churches and religious schools from employees filing discrimination...

Real Answers: COVID and the College Campus

07.08.20 | Brandon Dickson

What can students and parents do to prepare during this pandemic, as colleges reopen their campuses? What happens if a college kid gets the coronavirus after arriving on campus? Christian counselor Christopher Anderson answers.

Hometown Heroes: Bradley Poole

07.07.20 | Bill Price

Today’s “Hometown Hero” is Bradley Poole from Salamanca, New York. He’s running 266 miles in six days to help raise money and awareness for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

News Feature: Heritage or Hate?

07.06.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Is the Confederate flag a symbol of heritage or hate? Historian Justin Vipperman delves into the real history of the controversial emblem.

Special Feature: Independence Day Noon Report

07.03.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

We commemorate what Independence Day means and how it's been realized by a variety of people--all Americans. Rediscover the principles that Declaration signers held dear. Learn more about the often-overlooked contributions of Blacks and women in the struggle to be a free people.

Faith Under Fire: Persecution in a Public Park?

07.02.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Are public places safe for sharing your faith? Gail Blair is blind, and she enjoyed talking with people and handing them Gospel tracks. So why have authorities threatened her with arrest? First Liberty’s Jeremy Dys details the case.

Hometown Heroes: Cindy Goss

06.30.20 | Bill Price

Today’s “Hometown Hero” is Cindy Goss from Lancaster, New York.  She runs a program to help cops cope with the stress of their job.

Issues in Education: Will there be School this Fall?

06.29.20 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr with the Teaching and Learning Institute is committed to getting people of faith involved in public education. Here the latest on how the pandemic is impacting schools across NY and PA.

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