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Djokovic, Kerber Win Australian Open Titles

Novak Djokovic tied Roy Emerson’s record of six championships in the Australian Open on Sunday with a 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 (3) win over Andy Murray in the men’s singles final in Melbourne. Djokovic has won the last three tennis Grand Slam titles, and now has 11 such championships overall.  He is 6-0 in finals in…

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Second Jamestown Man Charged In String Of Burglaries; Investigation Spans Three Counties; Loot Found In Youngstown

A second Mercer County man has been charged in an investigation into a series of burglaries which police say spanned more than a half-dozen different communities in Venango, Crawford and Mercer Counties last fall. 28 year-old Travis Taylor, from Jamestown, already lodged on burglary charges in the Mercer County Jail, has now been charged with 33 counts…

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Michigan Holds Off Penn State 79-72

Zak Irwin led four teammates in double figures with 20 points on Saturday afternoon, leading Michigan past Penn State 79-72. Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman chipped in with 15 points for the Wolverines (17-5; 7-2 Big Ten), Derrick Walton added 13 and Mark Donnal provided 10. For the Nittany Lions (11-11; 2-7), Brandon Taylor led all players with…

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Three Injured In Early-Morning Crash In Stoneboro

Three people were injured, two seriously, in a rollover crash near Stoneboro early Saturday morning. State Police from the Mercer station in Jackson Center identified the driver of the vehicle that crashed as 22 year-old Derek Richael, from Stoneboro.  Troopers say Richael attempted to pass another vehicle on Mercer Road shortly after 2:00 AM Saturday. …

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Franklin-Area Man Hurt In Route 8 Crash

A Franklin-area man was taken to a local hospital on Friday afternoon following a one-vehicle accident on Route 8 in northern Venango County. State Police accident investigators say 24 year-old Douglas Titus lost control of his vehicle while he was attempting to pass another while traveling north in Cherrytree Township.  His vehicle left the highway…

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Oil City Businessman Dies In Fire At His Home In Seneca

An Oil City businessman died Thursday night in a fire at his home in Seneca. Officials say 57 year-old Rodney Beichner was pronounced dead at about 10:30 Thursday night, about an hour after the fire was reported.  Unconfirmed reports indicated that a second individual was hospitalized for the treatment of injuries suffered in the blaze.…

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North Carolina Trucker Identified As Deceased In Wednesday Morning’s Tractor-Trailer Crash And Fire On I-80

The man who died in a fiery tractor-trailer crash on Interstate 80 on Wednesday morning has been identified as a truck driver from North Carolina. State Police officials say 50 year-old Donald Perkins, from Cleveland, North Carolina, was traveling westbound just east of the Barkeyville exits when his rig drifted to the right, hit another…

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Two Others Charged In $13,000 Electronics Items Theft In Oil City

Two new suspects have been charged in the theft of more than $13,000 worth of electronics equipment from a residence in Oil City in October. Oil City Police had focused their initial attention on 19 year-old Hollyanna Tamsula, from Greenville, who reportedly was staying at the Bissell Avenue residence until she disappeared following the theft.  The…

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Second Man Gets Life In Prison In Death Of Grove-City Area Man In Alleged 2014 Robbery Attempt

The second of two defendants in a Grove City-area murder case was sentenced to life in prison in Mercer County Court on Thursday. 41 year-old Patrick McCamey, from Liberty Township, received the sentence in the death of 60 year-old Michael Johns at Johns’ home in Pine Township in late September, 2014. Prosecutors claimed McCamey and…

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Two-Thirds Of Pennsylvanians Polled Said State Is Headed In The Wrong Direction

The latest Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows a record number of the state’s voters think Pennsylvania is headed in the wrong direction. Sixty-seven percent of the respondents to the January poll say the state is on the wrong track. Poll director Dr. G. Terry Madonna told Radio PA News that is the highest percentage…

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