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Opening Round Of Little League World Series Rained Out

Thursday’s opening round of four games at the annual Little League World Series in South Williamsport was rained out, and all eight first-round contests are now scheduled to be played on Friday (Aug. 21). Action will begin at 10:00 AM.  The four International Division openers will be played at Volunteer Stadium, and the four first-round…

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Governor To Examine New Republican Offer In State Budget Talks

Democratic Governor Tom Wolf will look over a proposal from Republican lawmakers which might have signaled some movement in state budget talks. GOP leaders have reportedly agreed to a part of Wolf’s plan to fund education if the Governor agrees to a public pension overhaul which would see future school and state employees moved to…

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Pitching Carries Pirates To 4-1 Home Win Over Arizona

Pittsburgh pitchers combined on eight innings of two-hit baseball on Wednesday night, lifting the Pirates (71-47) to a 4-1 home victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks in the rubber game of a three-game series at PNC Park. Starter J.A. Happ (5-7; 4,42 ERA) worked six innings of scoreless two-hit ball, and relievers Joaqim Soria and Tony…

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Carlton Man Hit By Falling Tree At Lake Latonka Work Site

A Carlton man has been hospitalized in Pittsburgh after he was struck by a falling tree during an incident at a tree-cutting work site in Mercer County. 45 year-old Michael Hiles was listed in critical condition. Hiles was working with others in the Lake Latonka area when the accident occurred on Tuesday morning.  Co-workers removed…

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Governor Wolf Pleased With Safety Expert’s Report On Improving Oil Train Safety

Governor Tom Wolf says he is pleased with the report issued this week recommending additional measures for the safe transportation of crude oil by rail line through Pennsylvania. The recommendations include improving track maintenance and lowering the speed limit for trains in areas with at least 100,000 residents. Dr. Allen Zarembsky, the University of Delaware…

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Oil City Man Injured When Motorcycle Hits Car

Police officials tell KQW an Oil City man was injured early Tuesday evening when he ran a red light and his motorcycle struck a car. The incident happened just after 6:00 PM at an intersection on Route 322 in Cranberry. State Police accident investigators say 36 year-old Cory Gilmore was thrown from his motorcycle and…

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Florimon’s Triple Salvages Pirates’ 15-Inning Victory

Pedro Florimon, who was only 1-for-18 (.056) this season, tripled home Francisco Cervelli with two outs in the bottom of the 15th inning on Tuesday night, giving the Pittsburgh Pirates a 9-8 home victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Pirates had blown an 8-3 lead by giving up three runs in the eighth inning, followed by two unearned…

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Three Hurt In Five-Vehicle Crash On Route 8 In Southern Crawford County

Three of five drivers were hurt Tuesday morning in a multi-vehicle crash in Oilcreek Township in southern Crawford County. State Police officials say the chain-reaction shortly before 10:00 AM began while three vehicles were stopped at a Route 8 intersection with the lead vehicle ready to make a left turn. A fourth driver, 23 year-old Lydia…

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Little League World Series Begins Thursday In South Williamsport

South Williamsport is ready for the start of another Little League World Series baseball tournament. The action will begin Thursday (Aug. 20) at 1:00 PM, and the Mid-Atlantic Regional champions, Pennsylvania’s Red Land team from the Lewisberry area, will first play on Friday night at 8:00 PM.  The tournament lasts for about a week-and-a-half. Preliminary…

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Lawmakers Talk About Resumption Of State Budget Talks

As state budget negotiations resume, there appears to be one especially big hurdle to be cleared before a final agreement can be reached. Democratic leaders are calling for a full restoration of the cuts to education funding that have been made over the past four years. State Senator Vincent Hughes told Radio PA News the…

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