Feature Reports

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...

Faith Under Fire: Private Bible Study Banned in Pennsylvania

08.16.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

A Pittsburgh-area borough has slapped fees on a couple claiming their "farm was being used improperly as a place of worship, a place of assembly, and as a commercial venue and 'special studio or school.” Jeremy Samek, senior counsel with Pennsylvania Family Institute, speaks with Family Life...

Inside Out: Preventing Dementia

08.15.18 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Lifestyle changes we make right now can help prevent late-onset dementia, says Dr. Timothy R. Jennings, author of the new book “The Aging Brain.”

News Feature: The Trump Stump in Upstate NY

08.14.18 | Bob Price

Leslie Danks-Burke with Trailblazers PAC talks about the political impact of President Trump's recent campaign stop in upstate NY.

Staycation: Cherry Springs State Park

08.10.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

City lights take up such a big chunk of the world that only 10% of Americans have seen a truly “dark sky.” Cherry Hills State Park, located about 15 miles southeast of Coudersport, PA, is one of those dark places.

Faith Under Fire: Ministering to Muslims

08.09.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Does speaking with a Muslim neighbor scare you? Don Little is the founder and director of Lilias Trotter Center. He helps us understand conflict among Muslims, their values, and how Christians can show love to their neighbors.

Real Answers: Final Preparation for College

08.08.18 | Brandon Dickson

What things should you address with your child before they head off to college? How can you advise them on what not to do if you've made mistakes in the past? Christian counselor Chris Anderson explores.

Hometown Heroes: Todd and Sarah Sutay

08.07.18 | Bill Price

Today’s “Hometown Heroes” are Todd & Sarah Sutay from Warsaw, New York. On September 1st, a home they’ve been working on for four years will open its doors to women all across western New York. It’s called “The Lighthouse Station,” and it’s for young women going through an unplanned pregnancy.

Washington Watch: Shutdown Showdown

08.06.18 | Bob Price

Uncle Sam runs out of money at the end of September and funding for the President's Border Wall could be the key to whether or not there's a government shutdown. Dr. Steve Coleman weighs in on this week's edition of "Washington Watch."

Staycation: Phelps Sauerkraut Weekend (Aug.3- 5)

08.03.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

The Phelps Sauerkraut Weekend celebrates all things involving fermented cabbage! The annual event happens this year, in the northern Finger Lakes area, from August 3-5th.