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Two-Point Conversion At :41 Wins Pro Bowl For Team Rice

Carolina Panthers running back Mike Tolbert’s two-point conversion run made the difference Sunday night in a 22-21 victory for Team Rice over Team Sanders in the NFL’s annual Pro Bowl Game in Honolulu. In a change in format this year, the competing players were chosen for the contest by traditional ballot, but were picked for…

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Stallings Wins By One Stroke At The Farmers At Torrey Pines

Scott Stallings two-putted the par-5 18th-hole Sunday to win the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in San Diego by one stroke over five other golfers. Stallings’ 4-under-par 68 on Sunday gave the winner a four-day total of 9-under-par 279 and a winner’s check for $1.098 million. K.J. Choi, with a 66 on Sunday, tied…

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Lehtonen And The Stars Blank Penguins 3-0

Kari Lehtonen stopped 24 shots Saturday night, recording his 25th NHL shutout and lifting the Dallas Stars to a 3-0 home win over the Pittsburgh Penguins (36-14-2). Former Penguin Sergei Gonchar, Jamie Benn and Rich Peverley scored for Dallas (24-20-8). The Pens were outshot 28-24, and lost for the third time in their last seven…

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Patterson’s 28 Points Paces Pitt Past Terps 83-79

Lamar Patterson exploded for 28 points Saturday night, helping lift Pitt past Maryland for the second time this season in an 83-79 win at College Park, Maryland. Patterson hit 8 of his 14 shots from the floor and went 12-for-14 from the free throw line.  Talib Zanna added 16 points for the Panthers (18-2; 6-1 ACC), and…

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Most Snowfall Is Done, But Watch For Wind Chill Readings Below -30

As one weather advisory for the Oil Region expires, others are being posted concerning frigid temperatures and wind chill factor readings which will rival those from the “polar vortex” system that blew through the area earlier this month. The National Weather Service says our Winter Weather Advisory concerning the most-recent snowfalls expires at 10:00 AM…

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Man Injured In Fight Outside Oil City Restaurant; Police Look For Witnesses

One of two men involved in a fight in the parking lot of an Oil City restaurant last week has been transported to an Erie hospital for treatment of head and facial injuries.  Meanwhile, Oil City Police are looking for witnesses to the incident. Police say the fight occurred around 11:15 PM Thursday night in…

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Franklin Man Suspected In DUI Arrested On Mercer County Warrant

A Franklin man arrested early Sunday morning for a suspected DUI was taken into custody on a warrant issued in Mercer County. Franklin City Police say they observed a truck run a red light at Coefield Corners at about 3:15 AM Sunday, and they followed the driver to the Oak Hill apartments. Officers tell KQW that,…

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Average Insurance Claim For Frozen Pipes And Water Damage Runs Around $6,000

Each winter, frozen pipes cost homeowners and their insurance companies plenty of money. Believe it or not, reports indicate that the average homeowner’s claim for freezing and water damage comes to nearly $6,000. Rosanne Placey, of the State Insurance Department, tells Radio PA News approximately twenty percent of home insurance losses are related to frozen…

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Meadville Man Wins Settlement Against City Police And Children And Youth Services

A civil rights lawsuit against Meadville City Police and Crawford County Children and Youth Services has been settled out of court with a financial settlement for a Meadville man who had been wrongly accused of child abuse. The long case began in June, 2009 when CYS workers and the police removed the seven year-old stepdaughter…

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Meeting Set On Canal Township Bridge Replacement Project

PennDOT and Canal Township officials have announced the scheduling of a public meeting to discuss the proposed replacement of a bridge over Warden Run on Old Route 322 in the township. The bridge is owned by the township.  Officials hope to have construction started by June. The work follows the construction and opening last fall…

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