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Three-Vehicle Crash Closes I-80 On Saturday Morning; DuBois Man Hospitalized In Pittsburgh

A DuBois man was hospitalized in Pittsburgh following a three-vehicle crash which closed Interstate 80 in Mercer County for a brief period on Saturday morning. State Police officials say a car driven by 72 year-old Richard Wolfgang was struck twice from behind by a tractor-trailer and was knocked into a third vehicle.  Wolfgang was airlifted…

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Pittsfield Man Uninjured When S-U-V Slides On Its Roof Down An Embankment Off Route 36

A Warren County man escaped injury early Saturday morning when his S-U-V left a northern Venango County highway and slid on its roof down an embankment. State Police accident investigators tell KQW that 45 year-old Darrin Crabtree, from Pittsfield, was traveling south on Route 36 in Allegheny Township shortly after 2:00 AM Saturday when his…

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Interstate 80 Road Work To Begin February 29

PennDOT says work on a $13.4 million improvement project on Interstate 80 in Mercer County is scheduled to begin on February 29. The project, which could run through mid-November, will restore the pavement on the highway from the Mercer exit to the Pennsylvania/Ohio border.  Work will start on the westbound lanes at the Mercer exit…

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At Pebble Beach, Vaughn Taylor Wins First PGA Event In 11 Years

Vaughn Taylor held off Phil Mickelson on Sunday to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for his first PGA Tour victory since 2005. Mickelson missed a five-foot birdie putt on the final hole which would have forced a playoff.  He finished with a 72, while Taylor closed out with a final-round score of 65. Taylor’s…

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Pitt Loses 21-Point Decision At North Carolina

Brice Johnson led a balanced scoring attack with 19 points on Sunday afternoon as North Carolina (21-4; 10-2 ACC) beat up on the Pitt Panthers 85-64 in an Atlantic Coast Conference basketball game played in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Michael Young and James Robinson both tallied 15 points for Pitt (17-7; 6-6), but Jamel Artis…

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Penn State Falls Below .500 With Loss At Nebraska

With team captain Shavon Shields on the bench with a concussion, Andrew White III – playing with a comparatively minor head cold and ear infection – scored 35 points on Saturday night, leading Nebraska past Penn State 70-54 in a game played in Lincoln, Nebraska on Saturday night. Michael Jacobson added 10 points for the…

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Pens Best Hurricanes In Shootout In Carolina

Kris Letang’s goal gave the Pittsburgh Penguins a shootout victory in Raleigh on Friday night in a 2-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes. The win was the eighth in the latest ten Pittsburgh games.  Marc-Andre Fleury made 29 saves for the win.  Phil Kessel had put Pittsburgh up 1-0 with a score coming late in…

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Titusville Mansion Fire Labled Suspicious

A State Police fire marshal believes the fire that destroyed a noted Titusville mansion last week was “suspicious in nature.” The fire on Tuesday night leveled the eighty-seven year-old former home of the city’s famed Carter family.  It had most-recently served as an apartment complex, but its tenants were moved out last summer after the current owners…

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Legislation Intended To Offer Aid During A Future State Budget Impasse

While the present budget battle continues in Harrisburg, a lawmaker is proposing legislation to keep the money flowing in such instances. Telling Radio PA News the current situation is embarrassing and that those who rely on state funding are being held hostage by state lawmakers and the Governor, state Senator Pat Stefano says he will…

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Butler County Files Lawsuit Against 15 Phone Service Providers

Butler County has filed a lawsuit against fifteen telephone service providers seeking $10.9 million dollars they claim the county is owed in 9-1-1 fees which should have been collected. The suit claims the companies did not bill for and collect 9-1-1 assessment charges for as many as six years.  One official said, for instance, the county spent…

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