PA Dems Host Rally Condemning SCOTUS Decision
This morning, Democratic lawmakers condemned Friday’s Supreme Court decision with a large rally inside the Capitol. Today was the first day House lawmakers were in Harrisburg since Friday’s decision which returns abortion to the states.
Demonstration Blocks Traffic, D.C. Area Church Vandalized Following Supreme Court Abortion Decision
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Following the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortions in every state, protests continued in Washington D.C. Since that decision was released, there have been reports of vandalism at a nearby church and
Chemung County Library District's Bookmobile
Chemung County Library District has its very own bookmobile. The director of the Chemung County Library District, Ron Shaw, says it acts as a mobile branch, giving access to children and the elderly to the library who cannot drive to their local library.
Gov. Wolf and 2022 Candidates React to SCOTUS Decision, Emphasize Importance of Election
This morning’s decision from the Supreme Court means the future of abortion access will be decided by the individual states. In Pennsylvania, abortion is currently legal up until the 24th week of pregnancy, with exceptions...
Senate passes first major federal gun safety legislation in decades
By Clare Foran, Ali Zaslav, Lauren Fox and Ted Barrett, CNN (CNN) -- The Senate on Thursday night passed a bipartisan bill to address gun violence that amounts to the first major federal gun safety legislation in decades. The final vote was 65 to 33 with
Mother of teen killed in crash awards scholarship in daughter's name
HORSEHEADS, N.Y. (WENY)-- The first recipient of the Miranda Novitsky college scholarship was awarded Wednesday afternoon at Horseheads High School. Miranda and her dad were tragically killed in a fatal car crash last year in Steuben County. Family and fr
PA Officials Offer Firework Safety Reminders Ahead of July 4
Officials in Pennsylvania are giving some firework safety tips for the Fourth of July, now just over a week away. This morning, Acting Pennsylvania Fire Commissioner Charles McGarvey said fireworks are not toys, and to always use caution.
Supreme Court Strikes Down New York Gun Law, NRA and Gun Reform Advocates React
WASHINGTON, D.C. - On a rainy Thursday morning, the Supreme Court released a major ruling on gun rights. In a six to three decision, the Court struck down a New York law that placed strict limits on carrying guns outside the home. New York state was one o
Plans to transform Elmira historic church into sports complex
ELMIRA, N.Y. (WENY)-- This historic church has been a staple in the city of Elmira since the 1800s. The steeple of this building is made of brick from top to bottom. It is one of only seven in the U.S. and one of eleven in the world and plans to turn it i
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Within the next few days, we can expect the Supreme Court to release their decision on an abortion rights case, which could overturn Roe v. Wade, which legalizes abortions. Protesters on both sides of the abortion rights issue rally out
In February, Gov. Tom Wolf proposed his final state budget, which includes a sizable increase for social workers and mental health services. As budget negotiations and compromises take shape before the Jun 30 deadline advocates hope the money will stay.
New York’s governor has signed a law intended to prevent local officials from enacting rules that might suppress people’s voting rights because of their race.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - A rare, eight-foot flower known as the “Corpse Flower” is attracting Washington D.C. locals and tourists. The U.S. Botanic G said it’s a unique and smelly experience seeing this plant in person. Taking center stage at
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Dr. Anthony Fauci, along with the CDC, FDA, and Department of Health and Human Services outlined what they need in order to deter COVID and future pandemics. “COVID-19 has killed over a million people in our country, that is an un
WASHINGTON, D.C. - We know that families across the nation, including right here at home, are impacted by the rising cost of food and gas prices. Some of our local congressional members are pointing the finger at President Biden’s agriculture polici
The Federal Reserve is expected to announce its largest interest rate hike since 1994 — a bigger increase than it had previously signaled and a sign that the central bank is struggling to restrain stubbornly high inflation.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - After years of bipartisan discussions, roundtables and feedback, congressional members are looking to protect your data rights. We aired special reports on this very issue that details how companies collect and track your every move onl