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Pens Resume Play With Come-From-Behind 5-3 Win Over Winnipeg

The Pittsburgh Penguins scored three times in the third period on Tuesday night to defeat the Winnipeg Jets 5-3 as NHL play resumed at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh following the league’s All-Star Game which was contested on Sunday. David Perron and Brandon Sutter both scored on power plays in a span of under four…

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Pitt Loses Overtime Road Game At Virginia Tech

Adam Smith scored 26 points Tuesday night and hit the game-winning three-pointer with four seconds remaining in overtime as Virginia Tech defeated Pitt 70-67 in Blacksburg, Virginia. Malik Muller added a career-high 22 points for the Hokies (9-11; 1-6 ACC), who played without leading scorer Justin Bibbs. who missed his fourth straight game with a…

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Pirates Trade Travis Snider

The Pittsburgh Pirates have traded outfielder Travis Snider to the Baltimore Orioles for a minor league pitching prospect and a player-to-be-named-later. Initially, the Pirates will acquire left-hander pitcher Stephen Tarpley, who was 3-5 with a 3.68 ERA at Class “A” Aberdeen in 2014. Snider, who was a first-round draft pick for Toronto in 2006, hit…

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Kennerdell Man Enters Guilty Pleas In Vehicle Crash That Killed A Man Sitting On A Porch

A Kennerdell man faces sentencing in April following his guilty plea to a charge of homicide by vehicle in an incident last July in which his vehicle left a Sandycreek Township highway and struck a house, killing a man who was sitting on his porch. 42 year-old Michael Nearhoof also entered a guilty plea to…

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Accused Franklin Car Thief Sought In Michigan

A woman who police say stole a car and other items in Franklin and drove to Michigan is the subject of a search which now includes United States Marshals. Franklin City Police say 29 year-old Rachel Shotts, whom they list as a transient, entered a New Street home last Friday afternoon while the occupant of…

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Worker Hurt At Oil City Plant; Employee Trapped Under Metal Piping

An unidentified worker was treated at an area hospital late Tuesday afternoon following an accident at an industrial plant on Oil City’s North Side. Reports reveal that the employee’s legs became trapped under some metal piping sometime around 5:00 PM Tuesday.  After co-workers freed the trapped employee, the accident victim was transported to UPMC Northwest…

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Medical Marijuana Measure Reintroduced In Harrisburg

Legislation to legalize marijuana for medical use in Pennsylvania has been reintroduced in the state Senate. Such a bill won rather solid Senate approval in the last legislative session, but was never brought up for a vote in the House of Representatives. Senators Daylin Leach and Mike Folmer have brought back the legislation, and Folmer…

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Liquor Privatization Talks Resume In The State Legislature

With a new legislative session in Harrisburg, the debate over liquor privatization has resumed. A plan to phase out state wine and spirits stores passed the state House about two years ago, but was shut down in the Senate.  Now, some House Republicans have listed privatization among their top priorities.  House Majority Leader Dave Reed told…

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Forecasters: Punxsutawney Phil To Be Greeted By Snow And Single Digits Temperatures

With Groundhog Day ready to be observed in Punxsutawney on Monday (2/2), weather forecasters have delivered a prognostication that would prompt revelers to bundle up warmly. Along with a prediction for snow showers, the long-range forecast on Tuesday called for a morning low temperature of three degrees next Monday. Each February 2, thousands of people…

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Bill Would Require Drivers Of Large Trucks To Clean Snow And Ice Off Their Vehicles

A state Senator has reintroduced a bill that would require truck drivers to clear the ice and snow from their vehicles before they take to Pennsylvania roadways. Senator Lisa Boscola tells Radio PA News her bill would provide for fines for drivers of trucks weighing more than 48,000 pounds if they fail to clear snow…

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