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»Cheektowaga Central School District apologizes
Earlier this week, a western New York man said his 7-year-old son was sent home with a coloring book on HIV and AIDS. John Tatta said it was part ...
»PA dairy farmer advocates say programs don't solve the whole problem
Pennsylvania dairy farmers have reported a drop in milk prices since Trump Administration policies sparked international trade disputes this summer...
»PA's court system has launched a new campaign to educate abuse survivors
One in three women and one in seven U.S. men have been abused. The Keystone State's court campaign on social media informs victims of abuse about ...
»Mental health classes are well underway in NY schools
The state's Mental Health Association says it's all about taking the "taboo" out of mental issues. One way mental illness is being introduced into...
»Listen to win TobyMac's new album, The Elements
It's time to go back to science class with Steve, Terese and Randy!  Starting Monday, October 22, listen to Family Life Mornings all week for your...
»NY state is stepping-in to stamp-out the wave of violence in Syracuse
Over the past couple of weeks, two kids have been shot and killed there. Several others have been hurt. Governor Cuomo says state police will be e...
»Paul Ryan visits the Parlor City
The U.S. House speaker was in Binghamton to campaign for Republican Representative Claudia Tenney, and then in Syracuse to vouch for GOP Congressma...
»The Keystone State's shocking student population loss continues
The 14 state-owned universities in Pennsylvania saw their enrollment fall by 4% this year. The drop in the state system of higher education has lef...
»One of the most prestigious horse shows in U.S. is in full gallop in Harrisburg
Doctor Betsy Parker says she's learned life skills by training with horses.   Over 1,000 competitors are involved in the annual horse show. Side...
»2 Rust Belt cities will be renovated thanks to the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation
The late Bills owner's organization is investing $50 million each for Detroit's West Riverfront Park and Buffalo's Lasalle Park. The money will be...
»Win tickets to see David Crowder &amp; Jordan Feliz
Starting Monday, Oct. 22, listen to Family Life Mornings and Afternoons all week to win a family 4-pack of tickets to see “Big Church Night Out." ...
»NY is the top spot for lyme disease in the country
It's a dubious honor for the Empire State. New York tops all other states for the disease thanks to a spike in ticks and an overpopulation of deer...
»Controversial commonwealth campaign ad gets canned
Democratic U.S. Senator Bob Casey is partially pulling a TV spot after Republican challenger, U.S. Representative Lou Barletta, called it cruel to ...
»Rep. Chris Collins and his Dem. challenger are neck &amp; neck in WNY race
New York's 27th Congressional District race is very close, according to a new Spectrum News/Siena College poll. 46% of respondents said they'd vot...
»Recovery efforts related to summer flooding continue in PA
PennDOT expects to open bids for 20 more flood projects by the end of November of this year. More than 400 roads in the district were damaged durin...
»Making Fredonia, NY "grape again"
That's what several farmers in Chatauqua County said they're doing thanks to financing from the county. AgriAmerica co-owner Eric Huddy says farme...
»A new gun law is on the books in Pennsylvania
The statute requires those convicted of domestic violence or subject to protective orders to give up their guns within 24 hours. Governor wolf ha...
»The Empire State ramps up friendliness to female and minority-owned businesses
A state senate hearing will be held tomorrow to review current programs designed to encourage more diversity in business and consider improvements....
»Bus crash on I-380 in E. PA has left one woman dead and others injured
The accident happened last night in Lackawanna County. The bus was leaning to its right side along the tree line. Rescue workers had to use lad...
»Binghamton's hockey team sets goal to help victims of Michael's destruction
The Binghamton Devils are donating a portion of ticket sales to benefit relief efforts. Operations Manager Connor Gates says he knew he had to he...
»CNY American Red Cross volunteers help Hurricane Michael victims
The Red Cross says it's mostly focusing on assisting people find shelter until they can return home. Additionally, dozens of New York National Gu...
»President Trump in Erie last night for a big rally
Jamestown, New York's Mike Swerdon was there.  He says the Kavanaugh controversy has fired him up to vote on November 6th. The Keystone State coul...
»Buffalo School officials ask parents to be patient amidst bus driver shortage
The problem has led to several drivers doubling up on routes to make sure students can still get to class. The issue is also causing some kids to...
»Retail giant changes pay policy following resistance
Amazon, facing a backlash from longtime warehouse employees who say its $15 hourly minimum wage wouldn't benefit them, will now provide a bigger ra...
»Auto club in Hershey applauds Mustang designer
The Antique Automotive Club of America applauded the maker of one of America's classic sports cars, the Ford Mustang. Gale Halderman says his desi...
»Binghamton University is one of the top schools in the country
B.U. ranks as the 32nd best public college in the nation, by U.S. News & World Report. The report says the campus’s nature preserve and limitless ...
»President Trump will pay Pennsylvania a visit today
He will make his first visit to Erie since taking office. Trump will be on the stump to discuss the economy and will also urge Pennsylvanians to v...
»Flags across NY will be flown at half-staff to honor victims of Schoharie limo crash
Governor Cuomo has expressed condolences to families of the 20 people killed October 6th. The governor's office says the flags will be lowered to...
»Pink wave hits U.S. politics
Some analysts are calling the record number of women running for state offices and U.S. congress the "pink wave." Pennsylvania is attempting to ma...
»Team of Southern Tier volunteers returns home after helping hurricane victims
Ryan Bealo, of Family Llife Church, says he wanted to help families in New Bern, North Carolina after having his own experience with flooding. He ...
»Anti-religion non-profit calls on Honesdale to remove cross and star
The Freedom from Religion group says the Honesdale symbols lit at holidays violate the Constitution and need to be moved to private property. Hone...
»Gov. Wolf is not bending on one debate stance
Tom Wolf and his Republican challenger, Scott Wagner have had one debate earlier this month, and Wolf doesn't plan to spar with Wagner any more. ...
»Victims of limo crash being honored and remembered
Families, friends, and community members gathered at an upstate New York park in Amsterdam last night to mourn the loss of 20 people in that accide...
»Upstate investigation underway after one of deadliest U.S. crashes
Robert Sumwalt, the NTSB chair says the limo barreled through an intersection. Sumwalt says they will explore everything to figure out what caused...
»Cuomo aims to bolster NY's abortion laws
Andrew Cuomo says he's going to strengthen the state's abortion laws so women in New York can be protected no matter what the Supreme Court does. ...
»PA prisons see positive results from mail and visitor policy changes
The agency says cases of suspected staff exposure have plummeted since September 6th, when new policies were announced. There had been more than ...
»PA politician wants to ban political speech by teachers at school
Republican Will Tallman says classrooms become "indoctrination factories" when that happens. Dr. Ralph Kerr at the Teaching and Learning Institute...
»2 Hospitalized after explosion in Lycoming County, PA
The blast completely destroyed the house near Jersey Shore Thursday evening. Nippennose Valley Fire Chief Dean Miller says the structure was "comp...
»NY school leaders work to reverse teacher shortage
As schools districts across the Empire State face a shortfall of teachers, teacher union members and school leaders are working on ways to encourag...
»Alex Trebek apologizes for his performace as PA debate moderator
The Jeopardy host raised eyebrows for making jokes and speaking at length about his own political opinions during a 45-minute debate in Hershey bet...
»Attorneys ask judge to excuse Rep. Collins from court appearance next week
Attorney Cheryl Myers Buth says this is a month when representatives are working in their district. Collins is charged with insider trading.
»NWS confirms at least 10 tornadoes touched down in PA
Twisters ranging from EF0 to EF2 struck in Crawford, Jefferson, Lycoming, Carbon, Monroe, Luzerne, and, Green counties on Tuesday night. Amazingly...
»Lockport to add luster downtown with revitalization contest winnings
The Niagara County city is the most recent winner of Governor Cuomo's downtown revitalization contest.  Lockport has been awarded $10 million to ma...
»Allentown police say man sent letters before deadly explosion
Police in Allentown are saying Jacob Schmoyer reportedly sent letters to them and his family members on the same day as the explosion that took his...
»Listening sessions on recreational pot reach around NY
Residents spoke out last night in Buffalo about possible legalization of recreational marijuana, but police insist approval could spell challenges....
»Cleanup continues in the commonwealth after tornado
That twister, packing 115-mile-per-hour winds, tore the roof off a nursing home in Conneautville, Pennsylvania Tuesday. Assistant Fire Chief Kevin...
»Binghamton U. is the latest to host a regulated marijuana listening session
Last night's event was the 10th in New York state introduced by Governor Cuomo. Over 100 people attended the meeting, which is designed to help d...
»PA Senate passes work zone camera bill
The measure cleared its last hurdle with overwhelming support in the Senate. It permits automated speed enforcement cameras in work zones on the Pe...
»FEMA gives green light on disaster funds for Southern Tier
The federal agency has approved a major disaster declaration for Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Seneca, and Tioga counties of New Y...
»NY Democrats' web attack on Molinaro backfires
Marc Molinaro's campaign bought the site address and reconfigured it to redirect web traffic to an anti-Cuomo website. The Dutchess County Democr...
»The president in Pennsylvania today
President Trump will deliver a speech to another massive crowd in the Keystone State today--10,000 electricians, apprentices and contractors-- at t...
»PA gubernatorial debate over; supporters of both claim victory
Democratic incumbent Tom Wolf and Republican challenger Scott Wagner squared off last night in Hershey. Jeopardy host Alex Trebek moderated the d...
»Summer 2018 goes down in record books for upstate NY
The National Weather Service says five communities had the hottest five-month period (from May to September) ever! Buffalo, Fredonia, Canandaigua,...
»In everything, give thanks to the Lord above!
Join Family Life for its 2nd annual “ Chorus of Thanks” in Bath on Nov. 10 from 7-9 p.m. Praise and give thanks to our God in this musicale celebr...
»Commonwealth gubernatorial candidates clash tonight
Democratic incumbent Governor Tom Wolf and Republican challenger Scott Wagner will be front and center tonight in their only debate before the Nove...
»Cuomo leads big over Republican challenger in new poll
The Siena College poll shows Andrew Cuomo with a 22-point lead over Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, 50 to 28 percent. The survey also sho...
»PA hunters get to track big game
As the Pennsylvania deer seasons kicks off, hunters will have their first opportunity to recover big game they’ve shot by tracking the animal’s esc...
»A former FBI agent starts investigating abuse complaints in the Buffalo diocese
Steven Halter spent more than 25 years working as a special investigator in the federal agency's Buffalo office. As part of his job, he'll not on...
»Wolf and Wagner will debate Monday in Hershey
Jeopardy Host Alex Trebek will be moderating the one and only face-off in the fall campaign between Democratic Governor Tom Wolf and Republican riv...
»Still no resolution on 'I Love NY' signs along state highways
The deadline for the showdown with the federal government is two days away.  And despite that deadline, neither the state nor the federal governmen...
»PA has been ordered to disclose who is reviewing medical pot applications
The Commonwealth Court in Pennsylvania says the state Department of Health must provide a Penn Live reporter with the identities of members on a pa...
»Tops grocery store's bankruptcy hearing is moving forward
The United State's trustee's objection to Tops' disclosure statement was in dispute and holding things up, but Thursday that trustee said it will b...
»Want to own a home in Pennsylvania?
The Keystone State's Senate has advanced legislation to create special savings accounts for first-time homebuyers. If the measure is passed, the m...
»Police in Broome County, NY warn of scam aimed at grandparents
Cops say some residents have recently reported being targeted by the grandchild in distress scam. Detectives say crooks call a grandparent pretend...
»Sunbury, PA is trying to keep the city open for business
The Northumberland County town has voted to borrow a $500,000 line of credit. The money will make sure that Sunbury will be able to continue oper...
»NY makes it illegal to bail on your bill at the barbershop
Governor Cuomo has signed the new bill. Previously, it was legal to get your hair done but then leave without covering the bill.  If that happene...
»TV star Bill Cosby waking up behind bars today
Yesterday, a judge sentenced Cosby to 3 to 10 years in prison for sexual misconduct. Many that grew up watching "The Cosby Show" are disappointed...
»Chris Collins being criticized by a fellow member of Congress
Democrat Ted Lieu of California says he believes a new campaign ad put out by the 27th District representative is racist.  In it, video clips are p...
»Meningitis health scare at Penn State
A case of bacterial meningitis has been confirmed at the university's main campus. A student has been treated for the deadly infection and is reco...
»NY basketball recruiting business is being sued
The business has been accused of luring players with college and professional aspirations through false claims of providing "the very best" coachin...
»Group in PA urges state lawmakers to speed up funding to replace voting machines
The Blue Ribbon Commission on Pennsylvania’s Election Security released interim recommendations and said the estimated $125 million to replace all ...
»Gov. Cuomo signs bill to allow medical pot for chronic pain
Andrew Cuomo says he hopes that pain sufferers will choose pot over more addictive opioids. The governor also says his staff is working on legisl...
»PA lawmakers are close to allowing cameras in highway work zones
Supporters say the system is needed in response to a steady rise in construction zone accidents, with the uptick in injuries involving both constru...
»Molinaro unveils plan to slash taxes
New York Republican candidate for governor, Marc Molinaro, is promising to cut property taxes by almost 30% if elected. He told a group of upstat...
»Gov. Wolf addresses lack of planned debates
Tom Wolf and his Republican opponent Scott Wagner will only battle once before the November 6th election.  Traditionally, gubernatorial candidates ...
»Molinaro launches website for people to report Cuomo corruption
Republican New York gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro has launched  CuomoLeaks.com for people to confidentially report corruption they've seen ...
»PA lawmakers return to the capitol after months of recess
The state House has just nine voting days scheduled before recessing for good in November, and the Senate has ten. Once those sessions end the se...
»Drone technology industry in central NY is really taking off
Six companies have announced plans to open or expand offices in the area. The announcements come after state officials set aside tens of millions ...
»Bill Cosby may have just had his last weekend of freedom
A sentencing hearing for the comedian begins today in Norristown. Cosby was found guilty in April of drugging and assaulting former Temple Univer...
»U.S. Senate candidate uses opioid maker campaign donations to fight drug crisis
Republican Lou Barletta says he's donating that money to City Mission Charity, a faith-based program that helps low-income people in Washington, Pe...
»Senseless shooting in Syracuse
Five people shot, including one child, during a celebration of a life event for a family member who just died of cancer. Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh ...
»A national prayer event takes place next week in all 50 states
This year's Tent America 2018 event will be held Sept. 27-29th. Jodie Brandt,  a coordinator for the Pennsylvania gathering, says the 53 hours wil...
»Judge sentencing Percoco sends msg. to Albany about corrupt politicians
Yesterday, Gov. Cuomo's former aide, Joseph Percoco, was given six years in prison for taking $300,000 dollars in bribes from companies that wanted...
»FInance prof says PA's public pensions are paying higher equity fees than reported
A Professor from the University of Oxford delivered testimony to a panel created by a 2017 state law to recommend ways to lower those fees. He says...
»A change of heart for WNY Representative Chris Collins
In an about face, the Republican congressman says he will campaign for his seat despite facing insider trading charges. There's concern on both si...
»A Maine-Endwell teacher is finalist for the NYS teacher of the year
Rachel Murat has taught at the high school for the last 23 years. Her hard work and long hours have prompted her principal to nominate her for the...
»'Dog the Bounty Hunter' targets Schuylkill County fugitive Shawn Christy
The Mansfield News Journal reports that Duane Chapman has been retained to help locate and capture Shawn Christy. Christy, wanted for allegedly t...
»An upstate NY airport is the best in the country for passengers
The Buffalo-Niagara International Airport ranked number one among medium-sized airports in the J.D. Power 2018 North American Airports satisfaction...
»A central PA church is gearing up to help more hurricane victims this year
Jill Bond with Revival Tabernacle in Northumberland County says they're teaming up with Night Runners Crisis Services to get the supplies where the...
»Join us for the annual Pastors Conference, Oct. 23
Are you a pastor, minister, co-pastor, or assistant pastor? If so, Family Life gives a free conference every year with you in mind. Be refreshed b...
»Pennsylvania has made $5 million available to help dairy farmers
The grants are expected to help dairy producers diversify their businesses and strengthen operations to keep up with the increasingly competitive m...
»Signers of online petition call for Bishop Malone to resign
This comes just weeks after several local and state elected officials first called on Malone to step down over his handling of predator priests. H...
»State police in Pennsylvania will increase school patrols
Governor Tom Wolf’s administration made the announcement, citing findings from a school safety task force set up in the wake of February’s high sch...
»A powerful new rebate in the Empire State
New York's Energy Research Authority is offering $4,000 kickbacks to employers, building owners, municipalities and non-profits to install charging...
»Equipping men for spiritual growth and strengthening
Iron Sharpens Iron (ISI) is made up of a network of ministries that join together to minister to men. On Saturday, Nov. 3, Family Life will partner...
»Gov. Wolf says PA has received over $5 million for opioid crisis emergency response
Wolf says much of this funding will be used to strengthen the state’s data collection and analysis, which will help as state officials engage with ...
»Central NY and northeast PA dea with the remnants of Florence today
A flash flood watch is in effect for 17 counties until noon. Flooding overnight has already caused schools to close today throughout the eastern ...
»Parents and survivors of Catholoic clergy abuse are suing PA's dioceses
The lawsuit alleges the eight dioceses haven't met their obligations to report child abusers under state law. Meanwhile, Governor Wolf is urging ...
»NY politicians hammer out a bi-partisan solution to the opiod epidemic
The state activity comes as Republicans and Democrats at the federal level have join forces to combat opioid misuse. New York Senator Fred Akshar ...
»NY Republicans face deadline to remove name of Collins from the fall ballot
GOP leaders have until Wednesday to remove Congressman Chris Collins' name from the November ballot. Collins isn't running for re-election after b...


Date published: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 22:00:10 +0000
Details

»Cheektowaga Central School District apologizes
Earlier this week, a western New York man said his 7-year-old son was sent home with a coloring book on HIV and AIDS. John Tatta said it was part ...
»PA dairy farmer advocates say programs don't solve the whole problem
Pennsylvania dairy farmers have reported a drop in milk prices since Trump Administration policies sparked international trade disputes this summer...
»PA's court system has launched a new campaign to educate abuse survivors
One in three women and one in seven U.S. men have been abused. The Keystone State's court campaign on social media informs victims of abuse about ...
»Mental health classes are well underway in NY schools
The state's Mental Health Association says it's all about taking the "taboo" out of mental issues. One way mental illness is being introduced into...
»Listen to win TobyMac's new album, The Elements
It's time to go back to science class with Steve, Terese and Randy!  Starting Monday, October 22, listen to Family Life Mornings all week for your...
»NY state is stepping-in to stamp-out the wave of violence in Syracuse
Over the past couple of weeks, two kids have been shot and killed there. Several others have been hurt. Governor Cuomo says state police will be e...
»Paul Ryan visits the Parlor City
The U.S. House speaker was in Binghamton to campaign for Republican Representative Claudia Tenney, and then in Syracuse to vouch for GOP Congressma...
»The Keystone State's shocking student population loss continues
The 14 state-owned universities in Pennsylvania saw their enrollment fall by 4% this year. The drop in the state system of higher education has lef...
»One of the most prestigious horse shows in U.S. is in full gallop in Harrisburg
Doctor Betsy Parker says she's learned life skills by training with horses.   Over 1,000 competitors are involved in the annual horse show. Side...
»2 Rust Belt cities will be renovated thanks to the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation
The late Bills owner's organization is investing $50 million each for Detroit's West Riverfront Park and Buffalo's Lasalle Park. The money will be...
»Win tickets to see David Crowder &amp; Jordan Feliz
Starting Monday, Oct. 22, listen to Family Life Mornings and Afternoons all week to win a family 4-pack of tickets to see “Big Church Night Out." ...
»NY is the top spot for lyme disease in the country
It's a dubious honor for the Empire State. New York tops all other states for the disease thanks to a spike in ticks and an overpopulation of deer...
»Controversial commonwealth campaign ad gets canned
Democratic U.S. Senator Bob Casey is partially pulling a TV spot after Republican challenger, U.S. Representative Lou Barletta, called it cruel to ...
»Rep. Chris Collins and his Dem. challenger are neck &amp; neck in WNY race
New York's 27th Congressional District race is very close, according to a new Spectrum News/Siena College poll. 46% of respondents said they'd vot...
»Recovery efforts related to summer flooding continue in PA
PennDOT expects to open bids for 20 more flood projects by the end of November of this year. More than 400 roads in the district were damaged durin...
»Making Fredonia, NY "grape again"
That's what several farmers in Chatauqua County said they're doing thanks to financing from the county. AgriAmerica co-owner Eric Huddy says farme...
»A new gun law is on the books in Pennsylvania
The statute requires those convicted of domestic violence or subject to protective orders to give up their guns within 24 hours. Governor wolf ha...
»The Empire State ramps up friendliness to female and minority-owned businesses
A state senate hearing will be held tomorrow to review current programs designed to encourage more diversity in business and consider improvements....
»Bus crash on I-380 in E. PA has left one woman dead and others injured
The accident happened last night in Lackawanna County. The bus was leaning to its right side along the tree line. Rescue workers had to use lad...
»Binghamton's hockey team sets goal to help victims of Michael's destruction
The Binghamton Devils are donating a portion of ticket sales to benefit relief efforts. Operations Manager Connor Gates says he knew he had to he...
»CNY American Red Cross volunteers help Hurricane Michael victims
The Red Cross says it's mostly focusing on assisting people find shelter until they can return home. Additionally, dozens of New York National Gu...
»President Trump in Erie last night for a big rally
Jamestown, New York's Mike Swerdon was there.  He says the Kavanaugh controversy has fired him up to vote on November 6th. The Keystone State coul...
»Buffalo School officials ask parents to be patient amidst bus driver shortage
The problem has led to several drivers doubling up on routes to make sure students can still get to class. The issue is also causing some kids to...
»Retail giant changes pay policy following resistance
Amazon, facing a backlash from longtime warehouse employees who say its $15 hourly minimum wage wouldn't benefit them, will now provide a bigger ra...
»Auto club in Hershey applauds Mustang designer
The Antique Automotive Club of America applauded the maker of one of America's classic sports cars, the Ford Mustang. Gale Halderman says his desi...
»Binghamton University is one of the top schools in the country
B.U. ranks as the 32nd best public college in the nation, by U.S. News & World Report. The report says the campus’s nature preserve and limitless ...
»President Trump will pay Pennsylvania a visit today
He will make his first visit to Erie since taking office. Trump will be on the stump to discuss the economy and will also urge Pennsylvanians to v...
»Flags across NY will be flown at half-staff to honor victims of Schoharie limo crash
Governor Cuomo has expressed condolences to families of the 20 people killed October 6th. The governor's office says the flags will be lowered to...
»Pink wave hits U.S. politics
Some analysts are calling the record number of women running for state offices and U.S. congress the "pink wave." Pennsylvania is attempting to ma...
»Team of Southern Tier volunteers returns home after helping hurricane victims
Ryan Bealo, of Family Llife Church, says he wanted to help families in New Bern, North Carolina after having his own experience with flooding. He ...
»Anti-religion non-profit calls on Honesdale to remove cross and star
The Freedom from Religion group says the Honesdale symbols lit at holidays violate the Constitution and need to be moved to private property. Hone...
»Gov. Wolf is not bending on one debate stance
Tom Wolf and his Republican challenger, Scott Wagner have had one debate earlier this month, and Wolf doesn't plan to spar with Wagner any more. ...
»Victims of limo crash being honored and remembered
Families, friends, and community members gathered at an upstate New York park in Amsterdam last night to mourn the loss of 20 people in that accide...
»Upstate investigation underway after one of deadliest U.S. crashes
Robert Sumwalt, the NTSB chair says the limo barreled through an intersection. Sumwalt says they will explore everything to figure out what caused...
»Cuomo aims to bolster NY's abortion laws
Andrew Cuomo says he's going to strengthen the state's abortion laws so women in New York can be protected no matter what the Supreme Court does. ...
»PA prisons see positive results from mail and visitor policy changes
The agency says cases of suspected staff exposure have plummeted since September 6th, when new policies were announced. There had been more than ...
»PA politician wants to ban political speech by teachers at school
Republican Will Tallman says classrooms become "indoctrination factories" when that happens. Dr. Ralph Kerr at the Teaching and Learning Institute...
»2 Hospitalized after explosion in Lycoming County, PA
The blast completely destroyed the house near Jersey Shore Thursday evening. Nippennose Valley Fire Chief Dean Miller says the structure was "comp...
»NY school leaders work to reverse teacher shortage
As schools districts across the Empire State face a shortfall of teachers, teacher union members and school leaders are working on ways to encourag...
»Alex Trebek apologizes for his performace as PA debate moderator
The Jeopardy host raised eyebrows for making jokes and speaking at length about his own political opinions during a 45-minute debate in Hershey bet...
»Attorneys ask judge to excuse Rep. Collins from court appearance next week
Attorney Cheryl Myers Buth says this is a month when representatives are working in their district. Collins is charged with insider trading.
»NWS confirms at least 10 tornadoes touched down in PA
Twisters ranging from EF0 to EF2 struck in Crawford, Jefferson, Lycoming, Carbon, Monroe, Luzerne, and, Green counties on Tuesday night. Amazingly...
»Lockport to add luster downtown with revitalization contest winnings
The Niagara County city is the most recent winner of Governor Cuomo's downtown revitalization contest.  Lockport has been awarded $10 million to ma...
»Allentown police say man sent letters before deadly explosion
Police in Allentown are saying Jacob Schmoyer reportedly sent letters to them and his family members on the same day as the explosion that took his...
»Listening sessions on recreational pot reach around NY
Residents spoke out last night in Buffalo about possible legalization of recreational marijuana, but police insist approval could spell challenges....
»Cleanup continues in the commonwealth after tornado
That twister, packing 115-mile-per-hour winds, tore the roof off a nursing home in Conneautville, Pennsylvania Tuesday. Assistant Fire Chief Kevin...
»Binghamton U. is the latest to host a regulated marijuana listening session
Last night's event was the 10th in New York state introduced by Governor Cuomo. Over 100 people attended the meeting, which is designed to help d...
»PA Senate passes work zone camera bill
The measure cleared its last hurdle with overwhelming support in the Senate. It permits automated speed enforcement cameras in work zones on the Pe...
»FEMA gives green light on disaster funds for Southern Tier
The federal agency has approved a major disaster declaration for Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Seneca, and Tioga counties of New Y...
»NY Democrats' web attack on Molinaro backfires
Marc Molinaro's campaign bought the site address and reconfigured it to redirect web traffic to an anti-Cuomo website. The Dutchess County Democr...
»The president in Pennsylvania today
President Trump will deliver a speech to another massive crowd in the Keystone State today--10,000 electricians, apprentices and contractors-- at t...
»PA gubernatorial debate over; supporters of both claim victory
Democratic incumbent Tom Wolf and Republican challenger Scott Wagner squared off last night in Hershey. Jeopardy host Alex Trebek moderated the d...
»Summer 2018 goes down in record books for upstate NY
The National Weather Service says five communities had the hottest five-month period (from May to September) ever! Buffalo, Fredonia, Canandaigua,...
»In everything, give thanks to the Lord above!
Join Family Life for its 2nd annual “ Chorus of Thanks” in Bath on Nov. 10 from 7-9 p.m. Praise and give thanks to our God in this musicale celebr...
»Commonwealth gubernatorial candidates clash tonight
Democratic incumbent Governor Tom Wolf and Republican challenger Scott Wagner will be front and center tonight in their only debate before the Nove...
»Cuomo leads big over Republican challenger in new poll
The Siena College poll shows Andrew Cuomo with a 22-point lead over Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, 50 to 28 percent. The survey also sho...
»PA hunters get to track big game
As the Pennsylvania deer seasons kicks off, hunters will have their first opportunity to recover big game they’ve shot by tracking the animal’s esc...
»A former FBI agent starts investigating abuse complaints in the Buffalo diocese
Steven Halter spent more than 25 years working as a special investigator in the federal agency's Buffalo office. As part of his job, he'll not on...
»Wolf and Wagner will debate Monday in Hershey
Jeopardy Host Alex Trebek will be moderating the one and only face-off in the fall campaign between Democratic Governor Tom Wolf and Republican riv...
»Still no resolution on 'I Love NY' signs along state highways
The deadline for the showdown with the federal government is two days away.  And despite that deadline, neither the state nor the federal governmen...
»PA has been ordered to disclose who is reviewing medical pot applications
The Commonwealth Court in Pennsylvania says the state Department of Health must provide a Penn Live reporter with the identities of members on a pa...
»Tops grocery store's bankruptcy hearing is moving forward
The United State's trustee's objection to Tops' disclosure statement was in dispute and holding things up, but Thursday that trustee said it will b...
»Want to own a home in Pennsylvania?
The Keystone State's Senate has advanced legislation to create special savings accounts for first-time homebuyers. If the measure is passed, the m...
»Police in Broome County, NY warn of scam aimed at grandparents
Cops say some residents have recently reported being targeted by the grandchild in distress scam. Detectives say crooks call a grandparent pretend...
»Sunbury, PA is trying to keep the city open for business
The Northumberland County town has voted to borrow a $500,000 line of credit. The money will make sure that Sunbury will be able to continue oper...
»NY makes it illegal to bail on your bill at the barbershop
Governor Cuomo has signed the new bill. Previously, it was legal to get your hair done but then leave without covering the bill.  If that happene...
»TV star Bill Cosby waking up behind bars today
Yesterday, a judge sentenced Cosby to 3 to 10 years in prison for sexual misconduct. Many that grew up watching "The Cosby Show" are disappointed...
»Chris Collins being criticized by a fellow member of Congress
Democrat Ted Lieu of California says he believes a new campaign ad put out by the 27th District representative is racist.  In it, video clips are p...
»Meningitis health scare at Penn State
A case of bacterial meningitis has been confirmed at the university's main campus. A student has been treated for the deadly infection and is reco...
»NY basketball recruiting business is being sued
The business has been accused of luring players with college and professional aspirations through false claims of providing "the very best" coachin...
»Group in PA urges state lawmakers to speed up funding to replace voting machines
The Blue Ribbon Commission on Pennsylvania’s Election Security released interim recommendations and said the estimated $125 million to replace all ...
»Gov. Cuomo signs bill to allow medical pot for chronic pain
Andrew Cuomo says he hopes that pain sufferers will choose pot over more addictive opioids. The governor also says his staff is working on legisl...
»PA lawmakers are close to allowing cameras in highway work zones
Supporters say the system is needed in response to a steady rise in construction zone accidents, with the uptick in injuries involving both constru...
»Molinaro unveils plan to slash taxes
New York Republican candidate for governor, Marc Molinaro, is promising to cut property taxes by almost 30% if elected. He told a group of upstat...
»Gov. Wolf addresses lack of planned debates
Tom Wolf and his Republican opponent Scott Wagner will only battle once before the November 6th election.  Traditionally, gubernatorial candidates ...
»Molinaro launches website for people to report Cuomo corruption
Republican New York gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro has launched  CuomoLeaks.com for people to confidentially report corruption they've seen ...
»PA lawmakers return to the capitol after months of recess
The state House has just nine voting days scheduled before recessing for good in November, and the Senate has ten. Once those sessions end the se...
»Drone technology industry in central NY is really taking off
Six companies have announced plans to open or expand offices in the area. The announcements come after state officials set aside tens of millions ...
»Bill Cosby may have just had his last weekend of freedom
A sentencing hearing for the comedian begins today in Norristown. Cosby was found guilty in April of drugging and assaulting former Temple Univer...
»U.S. Senate candidate uses opioid maker campaign donations to fight drug crisis
Republican Lou Barletta says he's donating that money to City Mission Charity, a faith-based program that helps low-income people in Washington, Pe...
»Senseless shooting in Syracuse
Five people shot, including one child, during a celebration of a life event for a family member who just died of cancer. Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh ...
»A national prayer event takes place next week in all 50 states
This year's Tent America 2018 event will be held Sept. 27-29th. Jodie Brandt,  a coordinator for the Pennsylvania gathering, says the 53 hours wil...
»Judge sentencing Percoco sends msg. to Albany about corrupt politicians
Yesterday, Gov. Cuomo's former aide, Joseph Percoco, was given six years in prison for taking $300,000 dollars in bribes from companies that wanted...
»FInance prof says PA's public pensions are paying higher equity fees than reported
A Professor from the University of Oxford delivered testimony to a panel created by a 2017 state law to recommend ways to lower those fees. He says...
»A change of heart for WNY Representative Chris Collins
In an about face, the Republican congressman says he will campaign for his seat despite facing insider trading charges. There's concern on both si...
»A Maine-Endwell teacher is finalist for the NYS teacher of the year
Rachel Murat has taught at the high school for the last 23 years. Her hard work and long hours have prompted her principal to nominate her for the...
»'Dog the Bounty Hunter' targets Schuylkill County fugitive Shawn Christy
The Mansfield News Journal reports that Duane Chapman has been retained to help locate and capture Shawn Christy. Christy, wanted for allegedly t...
»An upstate NY airport is the best in the country for passengers
The Buffalo-Niagara International Airport ranked number one among medium-sized airports in the J.D. Power 2018 North American Airports satisfaction...
»A central PA church is gearing up to help more hurricane victims this year
Jill Bond with Revival Tabernacle in Northumberland County says they're teaming up with Night Runners Crisis Services to get the supplies where the...
»Join us for the annual Pastors Conference, Oct. 23
Are you a pastor, minister, co-pastor, or assistant pastor? If so, Family Life gives a free conference every year with you in mind. Be refreshed b...
»Pennsylvania has made $5 million available to help dairy farmers
The grants are expected to help dairy producers diversify their businesses and strengthen operations to keep up with the increasingly competitive m...
»Signers of online petition call for Bishop Malone to resign
This comes just weeks after several local and state elected officials first called on Malone to step down over his handling of predator priests. H...
»State police in Pennsylvania will increase school patrols
Governor Tom Wolf’s administration made the announcement, citing findings from a school safety task force set up in the wake of February’s high sch...
»A powerful new rebate in the Empire State
New York's Energy Research Authority is offering $4,000 kickbacks to employers, building owners, municipalities and non-profits to install charging...
»Equipping men for spiritual growth and strengthening
Iron Sharpens Iron (ISI) is made up of a network of ministries that join together to minister to men. On Saturday, Nov. 3, Family Life will partner...
»Gov. Wolf says PA has received over $5 million for opioid crisis emergency response
Wolf says much of this funding will be used to strengthen the state’s data collection and analysis, which will help as state officials engage with ...
»Central NY and northeast PA dea with the remnants of Florence today
A flash flood watch is in effect for 17 counties until noon. Flooding overnight has already caused schools to close today throughout the eastern ...
»Parents and survivors of Catholoic clergy abuse are suing PA's dioceses
The lawsuit alleges the eight dioceses haven't met their obligations to report child abusers under state law. Meanwhile, Governor Wolf is urging ...
»NY politicians hammer out a bi-partisan solution to the opiod epidemic
The state activity comes as Republicans and Democrats at the federal level have join forces to combat opioid misuse. New York Senator Fred Akshar ...
»NY Republicans face deadline to remove name of Collins from the fall ballot
GOP leaders have until Wednesday to remove Congressman Chris Collins' name from the November ballot. Collins isn't running for re-election after b...


Date published: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 22:00:10 +0000
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»Cheektowaga Central School District apologizes
Earlier this week, a western New York man said his 7-year-old son was sent home with a coloring book on HIV and AIDS. John Tatta said it was part ...
»PA dairy farmer advocates say programs don't solve the whole problem
Pennsylvania dairy farmers have reported a drop in milk prices since Trump Administration policies sparked international trade disputes this summer...
»PA's court system has launched a new campaign to educate abuse survivors
One in three women and one in seven U.S. men have been abused. The Keystone State's court campaign on social media informs victims of abuse about ...
»Mental health classes are well underway in NY schools
The state's Mental Health Association says it's all about taking the "taboo" out of mental issues. One way mental illness is being introduced into...
»Listen to win TobyMac's new album, The Elements
It's time to go back to science class with Steve, Terese and Randy!  Starting Monday, October 22, listen to Family Life Mornings all week for your...
»NY state is stepping-in to stamp-out the wave of violence in Syracuse
Over the past couple of weeks, two kids have been shot and killed there. Several others have been hurt. Governor Cuomo says state police will be e...
»Paul Ryan visits the Parlor City
The U.S. House speaker was in Binghamton to campaign for Republican Representative Claudia Tenney, and then in Syracuse to vouch for GOP Congressma...
»The Keystone State's shocking student population loss continues
The 14 state-owned universities in Pennsylvania saw their enrollment fall by 4% this year. The drop in the state system of higher education has lef...
»One of the most prestigious horse shows in U.S. is in full gallop in Harrisburg
Doctor Betsy Parker says she's learned life skills by training with horses.   Over 1,000 competitors are involved in the annual horse show. Side...
»2 Rust Belt cities will be renovated thanks to the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation
The late Bills owner's organization is investing $50 million each for Detroit's West Riverfront Park and Buffalo's Lasalle Park. The money will be...
»Win tickets to see David Crowder &amp; Jordan Feliz
Starting Monday, Oct. 22, listen to Family Life Mornings and Afternoons all week to win a family 4-pack of tickets to see “Big Church Night Out." ...
»NY is the top spot for lyme disease in the country
It's a dubious honor for the Empire State. New York tops all other states for the disease thanks to a spike in ticks and an overpopulation of deer...
»Controversial commonwealth campaign ad gets canned
Democratic U.S. Senator Bob Casey is partially pulling a TV spot after Republican challenger, U.S. Representative Lou Barletta, called it cruel to ...
»Rep. Chris Collins and his Dem. challenger are neck &amp; neck in WNY race
New York's 27th Congressional District race is very close, according to a new Spectrum News/Siena College poll. 46% of respondents said they'd vot...
»Recovery efforts related to summer flooding continue in PA
PennDOT expects to open bids for 20 more flood projects by the end of November of this year. More than 400 roads in the district were damaged durin...
»Making Fredonia, NY "grape again"
That's what several farmers in Chatauqua County said they're doing thanks to financing from the county. AgriAmerica co-owner Eric Huddy says farme...
»A new gun law is on the books in Pennsylvania
The statute requires those convicted of domestic violence or subject to protective orders to give up their guns within 24 hours. Governor wolf ha...
»The Empire State ramps up friendliness to female and minority-owned businesses
A state senate hearing will be held tomorrow to review current programs designed to encourage more diversity in business and consider improvements....
»Bus crash on I-380 in E. PA has left one woman dead and others injured
The accident happened last night in Lackawanna County. The bus was leaning to its right side along the tree line. Rescue workers had to use lad...
»Binghamton's hockey team sets goal to help victims of Michael's destruction
The Binghamton Devils are donating a portion of ticket sales to benefit relief efforts. Operations Manager Connor Gates says he knew he had to he...
»CNY American Red Cross volunteers help Hurricane Michael victims
The Red Cross says it's mostly focusing on assisting people find shelter until they can return home. Additionally, dozens of New York National Gu...
»President Trump in Erie last night for a big rally
Jamestown, New York's Mike Swerdon was there.  He says the Kavanaugh controversy has fired him up to vote on November 6th. The Keystone State coul...
»Buffalo School officials ask parents to be patient amidst bus driver shortage
The problem has led to several drivers doubling up on routes to make sure students can still get to class. The issue is also causing some kids to...
»Retail giant changes pay policy following resistance
Amazon, facing a backlash from longtime warehouse employees who say its $15 hourly minimum wage wouldn't benefit them, will now provide a bigger ra...
»Auto club in Hershey applauds Mustang designer
The Antique Automotive Club of America applauded the maker of one of America's classic sports cars, the Ford Mustang. Gale Halderman says his desi...
»Binghamton University is one of the top schools in the country
B.U. ranks as the 32nd best public college in the nation, by U.S. News & World Report. The report says the campus’s nature preserve and limitless ...
»President Trump will pay Pennsylvania a visit today
He will make his first visit to Erie since taking office. Trump will be on the stump to discuss the economy and will also urge Pennsylvanians to v...
»Flags across NY will be flown at half-staff to honor victims of Schoharie limo crash
Governor Cuomo has expressed condolences to families of the 20 people killed October 6th. The governor's office says the flags will be lowered to...
»Pink wave hits U.S. politics
Some analysts are calling the record number of women running for state offices and U.S. congress the "pink wave." Pennsylvania is attempting to ma...
»Team of Southern Tier volunteers returns home after helping hurricane victims
Ryan Bealo, of Family Llife Church, says he wanted to help families in New Bern, North Carolina after having his own experience with flooding. He ...
»Anti-religion non-profit calls on Honesdale to remove cross and star
The Freedom from Religion group says the Honesdale symbols lit at holidays violate the Constitution and need to be moved to private property. Hone...
»Gov. Wolf is not bending on one debate stance
Tom Wolf and his Republican challenger, Scott Wagner have had one debate earlier this month, and Wolf doesn't plan to spar with Wagner any more. ...
»Victims of limo crash being honored and remembered
Families, friends, and community members gathered at an upstate New York park in Amsterdam last night to mourn the loss of 20 people in that accide...
»Upstate investigation underway after one of deadliest U.S. crashes
Robert Sumwalt, the NTSB chair says the limo barreled through an intersection. Sumwalt says they will explore everything to figure out what caused...
»Cuomo aims to bolster NY's abortion laws
Andrew Cuomo says he's going to strengthen the state's abortion laws so women in New York can be protected no matter what the Supreme Court does. ...
»PA prisons see positive results from mail and visitor policy changes
The agency says cases of suspected staff exposure have plummeted since September 6th, when new policies were announced. There had been more than ...
»PA politician wants to ban political speech by teachers at school
Republican Will Tallman says classrooms become "indoctrination factories" when that happens. Dr. Ralph Kerr at the Teaching and Learning Institute...
»2 Hospitalized after explosion in Lycoming County, PA
The blast completely destroyed the house near Jersey Shore Thursday evening. Nippennose Valley Fire Chief Dean Miller says the structure was "comp...
»NY school leaders work to reverse teacher shortage
As schools districts across the Empire State face a shortfall of teachers, teacher union members and school leaders are working on ways to encourag...
»Alex Trebek apologizes for his performace as PA debate moderator
The Jeopardy host raised eyebrows for making jokes and speaking at length about his own political opinions during a 45-minute debate in Hershey bet...
»Attorneys ask judge to excuse Rep. Collins from court appearance next week
Attorney Cheryl Myers Buth says this is a month when representatives are working in their district. Collins is charged with insider trading.
»NWS confirms at least 10 tornadoes touched down in PA
Twisters ranging from EF0 to EF2 struck in Crawford, Jefferson, Lycoming, Carbon, Monroe, Luzerne, and, Green counties on Tuesday night. Amazingly...
»Lockport to add luster downtown with revitalization contest winnings
The Niagara County city is the most recent winner of Governor Cuomo's downtown revitalization contest.  Lockport has been awarded $10 million to ma...
»Allentown police say man sent letters before deadly explosion
Police in Allentown are saying Jacob Schmoyer reportedly sent letters to them and his family members on the same day as the explosion that took his...
»Listening sessions on recreational pot reach around NY
Residents spoke out last night in Buffalo about possible legalization of recreational marijuana, but police insist approval could spell challenges....
»Cleanup continues in the commonwealth after tornado
That twister, packing 115-mile-per-hour winds, tore the roof off a nursing home in Conneautville, Pennsylvania Tuesday. Assistant Fire Chief Kevin...
»Binghamton U. is the latest to host a regulated marijuana listening session
Last night's event was the 10th in New York state introduced by Governor Cuomo. Over 100 people attended the meeting, which is designed to help d...
»PA Senate passes work zone camera bill
The measure cleared its last hurdle with overwhelming support in the Senate. It permits automated speed enforcement cameras in work zones on the Pe...
»FEMA gives green light on disaster funds for Southern Tier
The federal agency has approved a major disaster declaration for Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Seneca, and Tioga counties of New Y...
»NY Democrats' web attack on Molinaro backfires
Marc Molinaro's campaign bought the site address and reconfigured it to redirect web traffic to an anti-Cuomo website. The Dutchess County Democr...
»The president in Pennsylvania today
President Trump will deliver a speech to another massive crowd in the Keystone State today--10,000 electricians, apprentices and contractors-- at t...
»PA gubernatorial debate over; supporters of both claim victory
Democratic incumbent Tom Wolf and Republican challenger Scott Wagner squared off last night in Hershey. Jeopardy host Alex Trebek moderated the d...
»Summer 2018 goes down in record books for upstate NY
The National Weather Service says five communities had the hottest five-month period (from May to September) ever! Buffalo, Fredonia, Canandaigua,...
»In everything, give thanks to the Lord above!
Join Family Life for its 2nd annual “ Chorus of Thanks” in Bath on Nov. 10 from 7-9 p.m. Praise and give thanks to our God in this musicale celebr...
»Commonwealth gubernatorial candidates clash tonight
Democratic incumbent Governor Tom Wolf and Republican challenger Scott Wagner will be front and center tonight in their only debate before the Nove...
»Cuomo leads big over Republican challenger in new poll
The Siena College poll shows Andrew Cuomo with a 22-point lead over Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, 50 to 28 percent. The survey also sho...
»PA hunters get to track big game
As the Pennsylvania deer seasons kicks off, hunters will have their first opportunity to recover big game they’ve shot by tracking the animal’s esc...
»A former FBI agent starts investigating abuse complaints in the Buffalo diocese
Steven Halter spent more than 25 years working as a special investigator in the federal agency's Buffalo office. As part of his job, he'll not on...
»Wolf and Wagner will debate Monday in Hershey
Jeopardy Host Alex Trebek will be moderating the one and only face-off in the fall campaign between Democratic Governor Tom Wolf and Republican riv...
»Still no resolution on 'I Love NY' signs along state highways
The deadline for the showdown with the federal government is two days away.  And despite that deadline, neither the state nor the federal governmen...
»PA has been ordered to disclose who is reviewing medical pot applications
The Commonwealth Court in Pennsylvania says the state Department of Health must provide a Penn Live reporter with the identities of members on a pa...
»Tops grocery store's bankruptcy hearing is moving forward
The United State's trustee's objection to Tops' disclosure statement was in dispute and holding things up, but Thursday that trustee said it will b...
»Want to own a home in Pennsylvania?
The Keystone State's Senate has advanced legislation to create special savings accounts for first-time homebuyers. If the measure is passed, the m...
»Police in Broome County, NY warn of scam aimed at grandparents
Cops say some residents have recently reported being targeted by the grandchild in distress scam. Detectives say crooks call a grandparent pretend...
»Sunbury, PA is trying to keep the city open for business
The Northumberland County town has voted to borrow a $500,000 line of credit. The money will make sure that Sunbury will be able to continue oper...
»NY makes it illegal to bail on your bill at the barbershop
Governor Cuomo has signed the new bill. Previously, it was legal to get your hair done but then leave without covering the bill.  If that happene...
»TV star Bill Cosby waking up behind bars today
Yesterday, a judge sentenced Cosby to 3 to 10 years in prison for sexual misconduct. Many that grew up watching "The Cosby Show" are disappointed...
»Chris Collins being criticized by a fellow member of Congress
Democrat Ted Lieu of California says he believes a new campaign ad put out by the 27th District representative is racist.  In it, video clips are p...
»Meningitis health scare at Penn State
A case of bacterial meningitis has been confirmed at the university's main campus. A student has been treated for the deadly infection and is reco...
»NY basketball recruiting business is being sued
The business has been accused of luring players with college and professional aspirations through false claims of providing "the very best" coachin...
»Group in PA urges state lawmakers to speed up funding to replace voting machines
The Blue Ribbon Commission on Pennsylvania’s Election Security released interim recommendations and said the estimated $125 million to replace all ...
»Gov. Cuomo signs bill to allow medical pot for chronic pain
Andrew Cuomo says he hopes that pain sufferers will choose pot over more addictive opioids. The governor also says his staff is working on legisl...
»PA lawmakers are close to allowing cameras in highway work zones
Supporters say the system is needed in response to a steady rise in construction zone accidents, with the uptick in injuries involving both constru...
»Molinaro unveils plan to slash taxes
New York Republican candidate for governor, Marc Molinaro, is promising to cut property taxes by almost 30% if elected. He told a group of upstat...
»Gov. Wolf addresses lack of planned debates
Tom Wolf and his Republican opponent Scott Wagner will only battle once before the November 6th election.  Traditionally, gubernatorial candidates ...
»Molinaro launches website for people to report Cuomo corruption
Republican New York gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro has launched  CuomoLeaks.com for people to confidentially report corruption they've seen ...
»PA lawmakers return to the capitol after months of recess
The state House has just nine voting days scheduled before recessing for good in November, and the Senate has ten. Once those sessions end the se...
»Drone technology industry in central NY is really taking off
Six companies have announced plans to open or expand offices in the area. The announcements come after state officials set aside tens of millions ...
»Bill Cosby may have just had his last weekend of freedom
A sentencing hearing for the comedian begins today in Norristown. Cosby was found guilty in April of drugging and assaulting former Temple Univer...
»U.S. Senate candidate uses opioid maker campaign donations to fight drug crisis
Republican Lou Barletta says he's donating that money to City Mission Charity, a faith-based program that helps low-income people in Washington, Pe...
»Senseless shooting in Syracuse
Five people shot, including one child, during a celebration of a life event for a family member who just died of cancer. Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh ...
»A national prayer event takes place next week in all 50 states
This year's Tent America 2018 event will be held Sept. 27-29th. Jodie Brandt,  a coordinator for the Pennsylvania gathering, says the 53 hours wil...
»Judge sentencing Percoco sends msg. to Albany about corrupt politicians
Yesterday, Gov. Cuomo's former aide, Joseph Percoco, was given six years in prison for taking $300,000 dollars in bribes from companies that wanted...
»FInance prof says PA's public pensions are paying higher equity fees than reported
A Professor from the University of Oxford delivered testimony to a panel created by a 2017 state law to recommend ways to lower those fees. He says...
»A change of heart for WNY Representative Chris Collins
In an about face, the Republican congressman says he will campaign for his seat despite facing insider trading charges. There's concern on both si...
»A Maine-Endwell teacher is finalist for the NYS teacher of the year
Rachel Murat has taught at the high school for the last 23 years. Her hard work and long hours have prompted her principal to nominate her for the...
»'Dog the Bounty Hunter' targets Schuylkill County fugitive Shawn Christy
The Mansfield News Journal reports that Duane Chapman has been retained to help locate and capture Shawn Christy. Christy, wanted for allegedly t...
»An upstate NY airport is the best in the country for passengers
The Buffalo-Niagara International Airport ranked number one among medium-sized airports in the J.D. Power 2018 North American Airports satisfaction...
»A central PA church is gearing up to help more hurricane victims this year
Jill Bond with Revival Tabernacle in Northumberland County says they're teaming up with Night Runners Crisis Services to get the supplies where the...
»Join us for the annual Pastors Conference, Oct. 23
Are you a pastor, minister, co-pastor, or assistant pastor? If so, Family Life gives a free conference every year with you in mind. Be refreshed b...
»Pennsylvania has made $5 million available to help dairy farmers
The grants are expected to help dairy producers diversify their businesses and strengthen operations to keep up with the increasingly competitive m...
»Signers of online petition call for Bishop Malone to resign
This comes just weeks after several local and state elected officials first called on Malone to step down over his handling of predator priests. H...
»State police in Pennsylvania will increase school patrols
Governor Tom Wolf’s administration made the announcement, citing findings from a school safety task force set up in the wake of February’s high sch...
»A powerful new rebate in the Empire State
New York's Energy Research Authority is offering $4,000 kickbacks to employers, building owners, municipalities and non-profits to install charging...
»Equipping men for spiritual growth and strengthening
Iron Sharpens Iron (ISI) is made up of a network of ministries that join together to minister to men. On Saturday, Nov. 3, Family Life will partner...
»Gov. Wolf says PA has received over $5 million for opioid crisis emergency response
Wolf says much of this funding will be used to strengthen the state’s data collection and analysis, which will help as state officials engage with ...
»Central NY and northeast PA dea with the remnants of Florence today
A flash flood watch is in effect for 17 counties until noon. Flooding overnight has already caused schools to close today throughout the eastern ...
»Parents and survivors of Catholoic clergy abuse are suing PA's dioceses
The lawsuit alleges the eight dioceses haven't met their obligations to report child abusers under state law. Meanwhile, Governor Wolf is urging ...
»NY politicians hammer out a bi-partisan solution to the opiod epidemic
The state activity comes as Republicans and Democrats at the federal level have join forces to combat opioid misuse. New York Senator Fred Akshar ...
»NY Republicans face deadline to remove name of Collins from the fall ballot
GOP leaders have until Wednesday to remove Congressman Chris Collins' name from the November ballot. Collins isn't running for re-election after b...


Date published: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 22:00:10 +0000
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