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Slain trooper's parents say they forgive suspected ambusher Eric Frein

05.04.15 |

The parents of a slain Pennsylvania State Police trooper say they have forgiven his alleged killer. Bryon and Darla Dickson appeared at a church in the Pocono Mountains on Sunday morning to talk about how their lives have changed since their son ...

Small-town police struggle to survive as tax bases shrink

05.04.15 | Bob Price

With a rusty frame and a failing transmission, Scottdale's 9-year-old police car was on its last legs. But times were tough, money was tight, and borough officials were not sure where they would find the extra cash for a new cruiser. So residents ...

Low milk prices, glutted market put strain on dairy farmers

05.04.15 | Bob Price

In an online profile of "Our Farmers," New York City milk bottler Elmhurst Dairy tells the story of how David Wood bought his first two calves as a part-time hobby in 1970 and grew his Saratoga County farm to more than a thousand Holsteins, whose ...

Tractor Rollover Claims Two Lives

05.04.15 | Bob Price

A tractor rollover in the Town of Wales claimed two lives Sunday afternoon. Erie County Sheriffs say that 56-year-old, John Rutkoswki was pulling a tree stump out of the ground with a tractor at his home on Schang Road just before noon. On board ...

Reed Backs Bill For Increased Care for Vets

05.01.15 | Bob Price

Congressman Tom Reed voted Thursday evening to support the 2016 Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Act.According to the congressman's office, "the Act funds services and programs in the Veterans Administration and also funds ...

B-Mets can look for buyer, but still face lawsuit

05.01.15 | Bob Price

The Binghamton Mets can continue to negotiate with prospective buyers but are prohibited from selling the Double-A franchise until the court rules on a breach of contract dispute with a Florida-based group. Thursday's decision represents a partial ...

No Butts About it: Smoking Ban Pilot Program

05.01.15 | Bob Price

There’s something serene about hanging out at one of Pennsylvania’s many state parks. However, every so often you will come across something less serene: trash. To help clear that up, the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and ...

$7.7 million secured for Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station conversion

05.01.15 | Bob Price

Congress has approved $7.7 million in federal funding to go towards a project on the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, further securing the air base for years to come. The mission brings a sense of security to airmen and civilian employees of the ...

Rochester Terror Suspect Arraigned On Assault Charges

04.30.15 | Bob Price

A Rochester man accused of plotting to kill members of the U.S. military was back in federal court on Wednesday to face new charges. Mufid Elfgeeh, 30, has been in federal custody since May for terrorism charges. But, earlier this month he was ...

Groom Arrested Right After Ceremony in Carbon County

04.30.15 | Bob Price

Right after saying, “I do,” a man was arrested in Carbon County. Officers in Weatherly said they arrested Todd Sandefer, 42, of Milnesville after his wedding ceremony, but before his reception on Saturday. Police were tipped off that ...

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