Feature Reports

Inside Out: Men Engaged in their Faith

08.29.18 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Pete LoPresto is Area Director for Man in the Mirror Ministries in New York’s Southern Tier. He talks about ways churches can help men grow as disciples of Jesus Christ.

News Feature: The Life and Legacy of John McCain

08.28.18 | Bob Price

Dr. Kevin Hardwick at Canisius College in Buffalo talks about the lasting imprint of Arizona Senator John McCain on American political culture.

Washington Watch: How Much Trouble is Trump in?

08.27.18 | Bob Price

This week on "Washington Watch", our PH.D of politics, Dr. Steve Coleman, weighs in the political fallout from the Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen cases and the impact this might have on the November mid-terms.

Staycation: Rock City Park

08.26.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Rock City Park near Olean, New York offers gigantic rocks to explore with the whole family.

Staycation: Roadside America

08.24.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Roadside America is an indoor miniature village in Shartlesville, Pennsylvania.

Faith Under Fire: The Media’s Attack on Convictional Christians

08.23.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Have you noticed bias in the media? Focus on the Family’s Glenn Stanton reminds us that media darts at Christians should not surprise us.

Real Answers: Parents on Personal Mistakes

08.22.18 | Brandon Dickson

How do you talk to your kids about the very mistakes you have made in your past? Christian counselor Chris Anderson goes over tips and advice.

Hometown Heroes: Terry Williams

08.21.18 | Bill Price

Today’s “Hometown Hero” is Buffalo, New York’s Terry Williams. He owns a boxing gym in the Queen City where “at-risk” kids are “punching out their problems.”

Washington Watch: Are Journalists the Enemy?

08.20.18 | Bob Price

Dr. Steve Coleman weighs in on an editorial that hundreds of newspapers printed last week--taking issue with President Trump's criticism of the media.

Staycation: Harriet Tubman National Historic Park

08.17.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Auburn, NY is the site of the Harriet Tubman home. Abolitionist Senator William Seward sold Harriet the piece of land in 1859. Harriet, the former slave and “conductor” of the Underground Railroad repeatedly risked her life to bring others to freedom. Visitors can glimpse Harriet...

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