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State Lawmaker Wants Governor To Arm National Guard Recruiters

A state lawmaker is calling for the Governor to allow National Guard recruiters to carry firearms. State Representative Stephen Barrar told Radio PA News the recent deadly attack in Chattanooga, Tennessee made it obvious that military members should be given the ability to protect themselves from extremists. Barrar says he has sent a letter to…

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Kang’s Homer Lifts Pirates To 8-7 Victory At Minnesota

Jung-Ho Kang slammed the sixth home run of his first Major League season in the top of the ninth inning on Tuesday night, propelling the Pittsburgh Pirates to an 8-7 victory over the Twins in the first game of a brief two-game interleague series in Minnesota. The blast came nearly immediately after the Pirates (58-41) squandered…

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Le’Veon Bell Has Suspension Reduced To Two Games; NFL Stands Firm On Tom Brady’s 4-Game Suspension

The National Football League announced on Tuesday that the three-game suspension handed down against Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell has been reduced to two games. Bell will miss the Steelers’ first two NFL games this September, including the league opener at New England on Thursday, September 10.  He was penalized for his arrest in…

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Penguins Trade Brandon Sutter To Vancouver For F Nick Bonino And D Adam Clendening

The Pittsburgh Penguins announced Tuesday they have traded Brandon Sutter to the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for forward Nick Bonino and defenseman Adam Clendening. Both teams will also receive a 2016 draft pick in the deal, with the Penguins receiving a third-round selection and agreeing to give Vancouver a second-round pick.  The selection the Pens…

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Well-Known Oil City Political Figure Dies Following Collision Between Car And Tractor-Trailer In Titusville

A well-known Oil City political figure has died following a collision on Monday afternoon between his car and a tractor-trailer in Titusville. 74 year-old Charles Breene was pronounced dead at an Erie hospital several hours following the crash that occurred just before 2:00 PM Monday on Route 27 near Titusville Middle School. State Police at the Corry station say…

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Rouseville Man Jailed On Assault Charge In Domestic Dispute

A Rouseville man was jailed Monday on a simple assault charge after he allegedly physically assaulted a woman in what police are calling a domestic dispute. Police gave no details, but said the incident occurred shortly after 11:00 AM Monday at a location on Hiland Avenue in Rouseville.  The alleged victim was identified as a 65…

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Police Look For Details On Stolen, Burned Vehicle

Police officials in Venango County and in Titusville are looking for details into the theft and arson fire of a car torched in Rockland Township over the weekend. The State Police tell KQW that  the blue 2014 Dodge Challenger was stolen in Titusville late Saturday night or early Sunday morning.  The car was driven to…

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Steelers Open Training Camp

The Pittsburgh Steelers will host their first meaningful preseason practice session Monday afternoon at their training camp at St. Vincent College in Latrobe. Early on, preparations will be underway for the Steelers’ appearance against Minnesota on August 9 in the Hall-of-Fame Game in Canton, Ohio – the first of five preseason games Pittsburgh has scheduled…

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Cole Earns 14th Win; Pirates Take 3-of-4 From Washington

Neil Walker homered on Sunday afternoon, and Gerrit Cole earned his Major League-leading 14th victory of the season in a 3-1 home win for the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Washington Nationals. At PNC Park, before four straight sellout crowds drawing a Pittsburgh four-game series record of nearly 152,000 fans, the Pirates (57-41) turned things around by…

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Jason Day Takes Canadian Open

Jason Day birdied the final three holes on Sunday to edge David Hearn by one stroke and win the Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario. Finishing with a final round of 4-under-par 68, Day kept Hearn from becoming the first Canadian golfer to win the event since Pat Fletcher in 1954. …

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