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It could be a longer wait for your tax refund next year

WGRC News - Fri, 12/19/2014 - 1:03pm

It could take longer for you to get your income tax refund next year. The IRS commissioner John Koskinen says budget cuts enacted by congress means fewer agents will be auditing returns, and about half of the people who call the IRS for help won’t reach someone. He says the budget cuts could hurt taxpayer services and add time to when you can get your refund. . Congress cut the IRS budget by $346 million for the budget year that ends in September 2015. The $10.9 billion budget is $1.2 billion less than the agency received in 2010.

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Williamsport budget expected to pass

WGRC News - Thu, 12/18/2014 - 1:06pm

Williamsport City Council is expected to approve tonight a budget of $22 million dollars for 2015 after a resolution was passed last week containing a 1 mill tax increase. In addition, Council will hear more about a proposed $10 million dollar Liberty Arena which is expected to replace the former Arena along Elmira Street.

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6 people homeless after fire

WGRC News - Thu, 12/18/2014 - 1:05pm

An Amish family of six are now homeless after a fire destroyed their Clinton Township home. The blaze broke out just after 9am at the home on Davis Lane. Firefighters had trouble getting water to the site as they had to tank in water from the river and lay hose across a set of railroad tracks. Firefighters say a propane fueled refrigerator malfunctioned, causing the fire. No one was injured and damage is estimated in excess of $100,000 dollars.

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Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration ruled Unconstitutional

WGRC News - Wed, 12/17/2014 - 8:32pm

President Obama’s executive action on immigration is unconstitutional says, U.S. District Judge of Pennsylvania Arthur Schwab. The Christian Post says, Schwab made the conclusion yesterday in a 38-page opinion on the criminal case of an undocumented Honduran immigrant, who was charged in federal court with unlawful re-entry after he was arrested earlier this year in Pennsylvania for drunk driving. Schwab wrote, President Obama’s unilateral legislative action violates the separation of powers provided for in the United States Constitution as well as the Take Care Clause, and therefore, is unconstitutional. He said, Obama’s Executive Action on immigration goes beyond prosecutorial discretion because it provides for a systematic and rigid process by which a broad group of individuals will be treated differently than others based upon arbitrary classifications, rather than case-by-case examination.

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Ban on audio and video in Lycoming County Court House

WGRC News - Wed, 12/17/2014 - 8:29pm

Lycoming County Commissioners are talking about banning cellphones and electronic recording devices from the county courthouse. County officials say it would better prevent the unauthorized taking of photos, videos and audio in courtrooms. Any individual who attempts to enter the courthouse with a cellphone and is not authorized to do so will be denied entry. Exceptions would be made for court employees, law enforcement officers, attorneys and agency workers who regularly do business there.

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Investigation continues in Kimball death

WGRC News - Wed, 12/17/2014 - 8:28pm

The investigation continues into the shooting death of 40 year old Ty Kimble of Montoursville. Kimball was shot inside a car along Warrensville Road early Sunday morning. He was in the car with his girlfriend Sherri Scarantino, when the two allegedly got into a fight. Kimball allegedly was striking and trying to choke the woman before she shot him. No charges have been filed as of yet.

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Lower gas prices are hurting the Fracking Industry

WGRC News - Tue, 12/16/2014 - 1:45pm

Fracking is a modern American success story. The technique for extracting oil from shale has made America the world’s leading oil producer. Lower energy prices have been an early Christmas present for consumers, but they also hurt companies that drill for oil. And with oil prices now below $60 a barrel and likely to go lower, fracking is facing a challenge. Analysts say, Saudi Arabia and OPEC are trying to use the low world oil prices as a weapon to kill off fracking as an industry by making the process too expensive compared to the price of oil. They don’t like the competition from the U.S. They think if they drop the price, they’ll be able to cause enough pain and push some of them out of business, and they’ll be able to raise the price back up.

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Busiest shipping day of the year

WGRC News - Mon, 12/15/2014 - 8:32pm

You’ll likely be standing in long lines if you have Xmas gifts to mail. Today is expected to be the busiest shipping day of the year for the U.S. Postal Service with more than 640 million cards, letters and packages expected to be processed. FedEx also said it’s expected to be the busiest day it has ever seen. USPS says Monday is the deadline to send mail using standard post where it can be guaranteed to arrive in time for Christmas morning.

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Montoursville State Police investigate a murder

WGRC News - Mon, 12/15/2014 - 8:31pm

The investigation continues into a man found dead yesterday morning in Loyalsock Township. State police in Montoursville say that 40 year old Ty Kimble was in a car with a woman along Warrensville Road around 2am when an argument between the two became physical with Kimball being shot and killed. An autopsy was scheduled for this morning. The woman who has not been identified was taken into custody.

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Home burglary

WGRC News - Mon, 12/15/2014 - 8:31pm

State Police continue to investigate a home burglary near Hughesville last month. Sometime from November 21st to the 22nd, someone broke through an exterior door window ata home on Barto Hollow Road in Penn Township. An air purifier was stolen as well as about $2,000 dollars in change and another $250 dollars in cash. Anyone with information is asked to contact State police in Montoursville.

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