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11-Year-Old Golfer Hits Hole in One

07.02.15 | Bob Price

With one swing, 11-year-old James Flickinger of Waverly Township made his summer vacation and earned bragging rights for a lifetime. “I didn`t think it was going in, but it had backspin on it and it just rolled in the hole. I ran down with ...

Ex-NY senator gets 7 years in prison for mayoral race plot

07.02.15 | Bob Price

Former Democratic state Sen. Malcolm Smith was sentenced Wednesday to seven years in prison in a scheme to bribe his way onto the ballot for the 2013 New York City mayoral election. U.S. District Judge Kenneth Karas agreed with the defense that ...

Pa may ease restrictions on fireworks

07.02.15 | Bob Price

Braden Laudidio scouted fireworks on the Phantom Fireworks website and came looking for Saturn missiles. Laudidio has three young cousins visiting him this weekend and was hoping to buy the missiles, which he said shoot up into the air and make ...

New warden, increased security after New York prison escape

07.02.15 | Bob Price

A new superintendent has been named at the maximum-security prison in upstate New York where two inmates escaped last month, and a range of new security measures has been put in place. The state correction department announced Wednesday that ...

Wolf Vetoes Entire GOP Budget

07.01.15 | Sarah Harnisch

Gov. Wolf vetoed the Republican-backed $30.1 billion budget in its entirety Tuesday night, a move that leaves Pennsylvania without a spending plan and sets the stage for a partial government shutdown. A visibly frustrated Wolf told reporters ...

David Sweat Claims To Be The Mastermind of Prison Escape

07.01.15 | Sarah Harnisch

David Sweat is revealing a steady stream of new information about how he and Richard Matt escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility. Sweat, speaking to officials from his Albany hospital bed, claims he was the mastermind behind the bold ...

PA Teacher Turned Down After Asking For Dues To Go To Pro-Life Groups

07.01.15 | Sarah Harnisch

In Pennsylvania, a public school teacher is suing the state’s education association for preventing her from giving her mandated union dues to a pro-life organization. The teacher, Linda Misja, said the following about her lawsuit against the ...

Seneca Falls Wins Senator's Backing For $10 Bill Bid

07.01.15 | Sarah Harnisch

Senator Charles Schumer wants the hometown of the National Women's Hall of Fame to play a role in placing a woman on the $10 bill. Treasury officials are expected to announce this summer who will replace Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill after ...

As Pa. budget deadline looms, partial shutdown appears likely

06.30.15 | Bob Price

With just one day left to achieve an on-time state budget and no further talks planned, the impasse between Gov. Wolf and the Republican-controlled legislature seems certain to end in a partial government shutdown. On Monday, Wolf sent letters to ...

Lawmakers Speak on Capture, Need for Prison Reform

06.30.15 | Bob Price

After the weekend capture of David Sweat ended a nearly month-long manhunt for two convicts who escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility, lawmakers were quick to ask for an investigation in to the escape. "After the prisoners escaped, the ...

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