Workshop Being Held For Potential Hemp Farmers

The state is offering 10 licenses that allow universities to grow hemp or partner with farmers to grow it. >>

New York Expanding Coverage For Opioid Addiction Medication

New York state is requiring more health insurers to cover the cost of medications for those struggling with opioid addiction. >>

PA Legislation Could Limit You From Getting Police Recordings

Legislation approved by the PA Senate would let police refuse public requests for copies of recordings. >>

Report: State caregiver thefts from disabled is widespread

An investigation of state employees stealing from developmentally disabled people in their care has prompted a call for better oversight by the agency overseeing group homes for the disabled. >>

Official: Key bridge case witness a cancer on transit agency

He also testified that Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told him he discussed political fallout from the lane closings with Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. >>

Pennsylvania elections official pushes back on fraud claims

Pennsylvania's top elections official says the state's election results cannot be hacked because voting machines and tabulating systems aren't connected to the internet. >>

BREAKING: Faculty at Pennsylvania State Universities On Strike

Faculty members have gone on strike at 14 Pennsylvania state universities, including Mansfield University, impacting more than 100,000 students. >>

APSCUF Faculty At 14 PA State Universities On Strike

After months of contract negotiations without an agreement with PASSHE, APSCUF employees at the 14 Pennsylvania state universities went on strike this morning >>

New Breastfeeding Regulations for New York

The New York State Department of Health announced Wednesday, it'll provide additional breastfeeding support starting at birth. >>

Power companies file suit challenging NY nuclear subsidies

Power companies have sued New York utility regulators over the state's approval of billions of dollars in subsidies for aging nuclear plants. >>

Plane Crash Kills 3 in Potter County

3 people have died after a plane crashed in Potter County on Sunday. >>

NY Farm Cideries Triple in Two Years

The number of farm cider makers in New York state has tripled in just two years, reflecting the surge in popularity for the alcoholic beverage. >>

Push For Farm to Food Bank Bill

A broad coalition of environmentalists, anti-hunger advocates and agriculture groups is urging New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign legislation giving farmers a tax break for donating food to food banks. >>

Faculty Walkout Looming For PA State Run Universities

Pennsylvania's 14 state universities and their over 100,000 students are facing the possibility of a crippling faculty walkout. >>

Cuomo Proposes New Regulations For Parole Process

Governor Cuomo is proposing new regulations that would increase transparency during the parole process. >>

Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate Candidates To Debate Monday

Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey will square off against Democratic challenger Katie McGinty Monday. >>

Vulnerable Elderly Man Missing In Genesee County

Robert Aubrey disappeared from Bethany, New York in Genesee County, on Saturday afternoon. >>

Showdown Over Local Gun Laws Looms In Pennsylvania

A proposed Pennsylvania gun law is expected to cause tension this election season. >>

Prosecutors To Seek Time Behind Bars For Ex-Attorney General

Prosecutors are seeking jail time for former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane. >>

GST Boces Receives Federal Funding To Expand Education

The local BOCES Program will receive over 200 thousand dollars in Grant money to expand educational opportunities across the region. >>

2 From Philly Burbs In Pennsylvania Attorney General Race

Pennsylvania's next attorney general will be a lawyer from the Philadelphia suburbs who holds elective office and has legislative experience. >>

Lawsuit Against Penn State In Sandusky Case Going To Trial

A lawsuit against Penn State by a former assistant coach whose testimony helped convict Jerry Sandusky of being a sexually violent predator is going to trial. >>

New York State Announces $5 Million Clean Energy Competition

New York state has launched a clean energy competition that will award up to $5 million for the most forward-thinking energy efficiency projects upstate. >>

Court Orders More McGinty Emails To Be Released

She's challenging Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey in the Nov. 8 election. >>

PA License May No Longer Be Accepted To Get On Flights Or In Federal Buildings

Pennsylvanians may need an alternative, secure form of identification. >>

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