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Three Winners Reported In Record $1.586 Billion Powerball Lottery Jackpot; 34 Pennsylvanians Win $50,000 Or More

Tickets containing all of the winning numbers drawn in Wednesday night’s Powerball Lottery drawing were sold in California, Florida and Tennessee. The winners will split a United States lottery record jackpot which had an annuity value of $1.586 billion.  It is the first billion dollar lottery prize in the U.S.  The one-time cash value of…

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Purdue Beats Penn State 74-57; Nittany Lions Fall To 1-4 In Big Ten Conference

Led by Vince Edwards’ 19 points, the Purdue Boilermakers posted a 74-57 win over Penn State in Big Ten Conference basketball play in West Lafayette, Indiana on Wednesday night. With the loss, Penn State (10-8 overall) fell to 1-4 in conference play. Backup center Isaac Haas added 14 points for Purdue (15-3; 3-2), and A.J.…

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Thursday Weather Forces Reduction Of I-80 Speed Limit To 45 MPH In Clarion County

Although most of the Thursday morning school delays in the area were reported in Venango County, travel problems have been reported Thursday morning to the south in Clarion County. PennDOT reported around 10:00 AM Thursday that the speed limit has been temporarily reduced to 45 miles per hour in both directions on Interstate 80 from…

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State Police Seized $118 Million In Illegal Drugs In 2015

The Pennsylvania State Police say they took $118 million worth of illegal drugs off the streets in 2015. Included in the total was more than 170 pounds of heroin. The PSP’s Adam Reed told Radio PA News that heroin is a relatively new challenge for many in his agency, because the drug was previously concentrated…

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State House Votes To Amend Fiscal Code

The state House of Representatives has approved amendments to the Fiscal Code, a mechanism which directs how state funding is distributed. The amendments cover a number of issues, but House debate this week focused on public schools and a measure requiring funding to be based on recommendations from the Basic Education Funding Commission.  Governor Wolf…

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Senator Casey Says Pennsylvania Farm Show Presents A Vision Of The Future Of The State

Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Bob Casey said at the Pennsylvania Farm Show this week that he is glad to still see young people involved in agriculture, because they will be the citizens needed to solve the problems of tomorrow. At the 100th Farm Show, continuing through Saturday near Harrisburg, Casey said the exposition provides a way…

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Public May Now Track PennDOT Plow Trucks Online

As part of an expanded technology program, the public may now follow online hundreds of PennDOT plow trucks on interstate highways and expressways. It is all part of the Automated Vehicle Location System, introduced in October, which is intended to improve PennDOT’s information on vehicle movement and the usage of winter materials. The location of…

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Carolina Beats Pittsburgh 3-2 In OT In Raleigh

Jeff Skinner scored on a power play opportunity with 1:58 remaining in overtime on Tuesday night, giving the Carolina Hurricanes a 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins in a game played in Raleigh, North Carolina. Carolina (19-18-7) had taken a 2-0 advantage behind goals from Eric Staal and Kris Versteeg before the Penguins (20-16-6) tied…

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Chapmanville Teen Earns Record $30,000 For Grand Champion Steer At Pennsylvania Farm Show

A Crawford County teenager earned a record $30,000 on Tuesday for his Grand Champion Steer at the 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show being held through Saturday near Harrisburg. 16 year-old Tyler Mattocks, a junior at Maplewood High School, raised the impressive animal, a 1,330-pound crossbreed named “Murica.” Radio PA News reports that, at the Sale of Champions auction, the…

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Congressman Thompson Says President’s State-Of-The-Union Address Missed Key National Priorities

A U.S. Congressman from Pennsylvania says President Barack Obama’s State-of-the-Union Address on Tuesday night missed some key national priorities. Congressman Glenn Thompson says the nation heard very little regarding the President’s plans to address security threats to the country.  Thompson singled out the rise of ISIS, domestic terrorist attacks, a recent nuclear test in North…

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