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Lawmakers, Police Want To Continue State’s Vehicle Registration Stickers

Even as PennDOT has announced that the last of Pennsylvania’s motor vehicle registration stickers will be issued this December 30, a group of lawmakers and law enforcement officials are pressing to continue them. PennDOT last week unveiled the Automated License Plate Reader which they say will be the new tool for police officials to check…

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Two Escape Injury In U-Haul Truck Rollover On I-80

Two people escaped injury over the weekend when their U-Haul truck rolled over on Interstate 80 near Barkeyville. The truck was hauling a car which rolled about another ninety feet during the incident. State Police officials tell KQW that 31 year-old Donald Roush, from Bentonville, Arkansas, was westbound on I-80 when he lost control on snow…

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In Florida: This Time The Penguins Lose 2-1 In A Shootout

Former Penguin Jussi Jokinen scored the game-winner in the fifth frame of a shootout on Monday night as the Pittsburgh Penguins lost a 2-1 decision to the Florida Panthers in Sunrise, Florida. Chris Kunitz had tied the game at 1-1 with a goal for the Penguins (28-19-8)  with 3:19 remaining in regulation play.  Sidney Crosby…

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Study Looks At Minimum Wage Hike In Pennsylvania

Those seeking an increase in Pennsylvania’s minimum wage say they now have proof of the benefits that could come from such a move. A study by the Keystone Research Center estimates that a minimum wage hike would result in an additional $121.5 million through increased sales and income tax revenue, as well as $104 million…

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State’s 2015 Bear Harvest Reported As Third-Best Total

The 2015 bear harvest in Pennsylvania has been reported by the Pennsylvania Game Commission as 3,748 – the third-largest on record, and just 23 behind the 2014 total. The state’s record of 4,350 was set in 2011. The Game Commission estimates there are about 18,000 bears in Pennsylvania, a figure they say has remained about…

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Record Scoring Tallied IN NBA All-Star Game; Westbrook Named MVP For 2nd Straight Year

A record number of points were scored Sunday night in the Western Conference’s 196-173 victory over the East in the annual NBA All-Star Game played in Toronto. For the second straight year, Russell Westbrook earned the game’s Most Valuable Player award, scoring 31 points to pace the West.  Stephen Curry added 26 points for the…

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Winter Weather Advisory Posted Through Early Tuesday Afternoon

The National Weather Service has posted a Winter Weather Advisory for the Oil Region, effective from Monday morning (Feb. 15) through 1:00 PM Tuesday afternoon. Freezing drizzle could accompany any snow early Monday, and freezing rain could be mixed in on Tuesday morning.  Up to three inches of snow accumulation are possible, mostly from mid-afternoon through…

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Second Man, A Brother, Charged In Oil City Supermarket Robbery; New Suspect Also Charged In Robbery Of Siverly Store

An Allegheny County man has become the second man charged in the 2012 armed robbery of a supermarket in the Hasson Heights section of Oil City. 34 year-old Justin Dignard is also accused of a robbery at a general store in the city’s Siverly neighborhood in December, 2011. Dignard is the brother of 28 year-old…

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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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