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Fire Reported At Jamestown Tear Gas Plant

An early morning fire at the Jamestown, Pennsylvania munitions plant that manufactures tear gas and other weaponry has reportedly been responsible for the transport of several people to area hospitals. The fire at Combined Tactical Systems broke out shortly before 6:00 AM Tuesday, and was quickly contained.  Little damage was reported, but numerous people were…

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Tionesta Man Charged In Assaults On Two Females

State Police officials from Forest County say a Tionesta man has been charged in physical attacks on two females at a location on German Hill Road in Tionesta Borough early Friday morning. Investigators say 19 year-old Austin Hunter is accused of punching a 17 year-old girl, and of hitting a 51 year-old woman with an…

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Pittsburgh Woman Hurt In Clinton Township Crash

A Pittsburgh woman was injured Monday afternoon in a one-vehicle crash in Clinton Township in southern Venango County. The State Police say 72 year-old Carol Cindrich was a passenger in a vehicle that left Kennerdell Road on the left side of a curve, slammed into an embankment and came to rest back on the highway. The…

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Cole Outduels Darvish; Pirates Blank Texas 1-0 For 82nd Victory And Winning Season

Pirates rookie Gerrit Cole (7-7; 3.48 ERA) pitched seven innings of three-hit baseball, and Pedro Alvarez drove in the game’s only run on Monday night, and the Pittsburgh Pirates (82-61) ensured themselves of their first winning season since 1992 with a 1-0 road victory over the Texas Rangers. The win, which snapped a four-game Pittsburgh…

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Newman Replaces Truex In Chase After Richmond Penalties Against Waltrip Racing

NASCAR replaced Martin Truex, Jr. with Ryan Newman in the Chase for the Cup as part of the penalties levied against Michael Waltrip Racing for allegedly trying to manipulate the outcome of the Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond on Saturday night. Michael Waltrip Racing was fined $300,000, general manager Ty Norris was handed an…

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Nadal Wins At U.S. Open For 13th Grand Slam Title

Second-ranked Rafael Nadal won his 13th Grand Slam tennis title on Monday, defeating top seed Novak Djokovic 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 at the men’s singles final at the U.S. Open at Flushing Meadow. Nadal has now won 22 of the 37 matches he has played against Djokovic.  He captured total prize money of $3.6 million.…

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NFL Results – 2013 Week 1

NFL Results – Week 1 Tennessee 16, Pittsburgh 9 Chicago 24, Cincinnati  21 Denver 49, Baltimore 27 Miami 23, Cleveland 10 New England 23, Buffalo 21 N.Y Jets 18, Tampa Bay 17 San Francisco 34, Green Bay 28 Detroit 34, Minnesota 24 New Orleans 23, Atlanta 17 Indianapolis 21, Oakland 17 St. Louis 27, Arizona 24…

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Union City Woman Arrested On Drug, Traffic Counts Following 24-Mile Police Chase

State Police officials say a Union City woman was arraigned on drug charges, for fleeing police, for driving under the influence and on multiple traffic violations after a weekend police chase on Interstate 79. Troopers assigned to the Mercer County station in Jackson Center say 25 year-old Ashley Dumas was already traveling at a speed of…

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Cards Sweep Series With Pittsburgh

The St. Louis Cardinals followed up a 12-8 series opening win at Busch Stadium by holding the Pittsburgh Pirates to a total of just seven hits over the next two games, and have taken a one-and-a-half game lead over the Bucs in the National League Central Division with weekend wins by scores of 5-0 and…

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Pittsburgh Loses Opener To Tennessee; At Least Five Steelers Are Injured

The Pittsburgh Steelers put forth a rather feeble performance Sunday in a 16-9 loss to the Tennessee Titans in their NFL regular season opener at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. In the process, at least five Steelers players were injured, and it appears two — center Maurkice Pouncey and linebacker Larry Foote will be lost for…

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