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State University Faculty Members Strike

The first strike by university faculty in the 34-year history of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education is underway. Five days of contract negotiations between the PSSHE and the Association of Pennsylvania College and University Faculties (APSCUF), the union representing more than 5,000 faculty members at the fourteen state-owned universities, ended Tuesday night without…

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State Senate Forwards Bill To Give Radar Authority To Local Police

The state Senate has passed legislation which would allow all municipal police departments in Pennsylvania to use radar units to detect speeding motorists. The measure would permit the use of radar units or infrared laser light devices by local police departments.  Local police would be required to take a training course on the equipment. Supporters…

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Health Insurance Costs To Skyrocket In Pennsylvania Next Year

Certain health insurance policies in Pennsylvania will cost considerably more next year. State Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller says that, in 2017, coverage under the Affordable Care Act will increase an average of 32-and-a-half percent for individual plans, and 7.1 percent for small group plans. Miller explained that health insurance rates have yet to stabilize in…

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Tionesta Man Gets House Arrest, Probation After Indecent Assault Plea

A Tionesta man who was initially charged with rape has been sentenced to six months of house arrest and three years of probation after he entered a guilty plea to a count of indecent assault. Two other charges against 33 year-old Mark Deloe were also dismissed in the plea bargain in Clarion County Court. Deloe,…

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Poll Shows Clinton Now Leading Trump By Six Percentage Points In Pennsylvania

The latest Quinnipiac University Poll shows Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is leading Republican Donald Trump by six percentage points among likely voters in Pennsylvania. The survey of 660 people taken last week shows Clinton with 47 percent of the projected vote to 41 percent for Trump, six percent for Gary Johnson and one percent for…

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Penguins’ First Loss Comes In Overtime

Gabriel Landeskog scored the deciding goal just 22 seconds into overtime on Monday night, lifting the Colorado Avalanche to a 4-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. The Penguins (2-0-1) had held leads of 2-0 and 3-2 with Phil Kessel, Matt Cullen and Trevor Daley scoring their goals.  A score…

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Titusville Woman Identified As Victim In Fatal Crash Sunday Night

The victim of a fatal crash in Titusville on Sunday night has been identified as a Titusville woman. Police say 71 year-old Joyce Fenstermaker died at Titusville Area Hospital shortly after a crash in which another vehicle, pulling out from a social club on West Central Avenue Extension, traveled into the path of her car.…

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NFL Results – 2016 Week Six

NFL Results  –  Week 6   Thursday, October 13 San Diego 21, Denver 13   Sunday, October 16 Miami 30, Pittsburgh 15 NY Giants 27, Baltimore 23 New England 35, Cincinnati 17 Tennessee 28, Cleveland 26 Buffalo 45, San Francisco 16 Washington 27, Philadelphia 20 Dallas 30, Green Bay 16 Jacksonville 17, Chicago 16 Detroit…

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State-Owned Universities Face Possible Wednesday Strike By Faculty Members

Faculty members at the Pennsykvania’s fourteen state-owned universities, including Clarion, Slippery Rock and Edinboro Universities, are preparing to walk off the job at 5:00 AM Wednesday if the strike they have approved is put into effect. Nearly 5,500 members of the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) have been working without a…

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Clarion County Jail Officials Say Franklin Woman Smuggled Heroin Inside Her Body

In Clarion County, a Franklin woman has been charged for allegedly smuggling heroin into the county jail in bags stuffed into a body cavity. Officials say 24 year-old Megan Reed was apprehended at a traffic stop in Butler County and remanded on an outstanding warrant to the Clarion County Jail.  Inside the jail, Reed is…

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