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Beaver County Man Arrested In Franklin; Alledgedly Stole Money From Elderly Female Acquaintance

Charges were filed against a Beaver County man earlier this week after he was accused of stealing money from a woman who lives in Franklin. It appears the man was acquainted with the victim in the case, and police say he had already begged money from the woman, allegedly to pay a doctor for the…

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State House Speaker Says Stop Gap Measures May Be Sought If Governor Wolf’s Tax Proposals Are Not Supported

Following day-long negotiations on Wednesday, the speaker of the state House of Representatives said lawmakers in his chamber are prepared to look at alternative stop-gap funding measures if Governor Tom Wolf cannot produce the votes he needs to support his tax hike proposals by Saturday. Speaker Mike Turzai challenged Wolf to produce the votes needed…

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Rask Earns 30th Shutout In Boston’s 3-0 Win Over Pittsburgh

Tuukka Rask stopped all 34 shots he faced on Wednesday night, earning his 30th career shutout and his fourth of this season, and leading the Boston Bruins to a 3-0 home win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. Jimmy Hayes, Ryan Spooner and former Penguin Max Talbot all scored for Boston (17-9-4). Pittsburgh’s Jeff Zatkoff (2-2-1), pressed…

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Powerball Lottery Jackpot Estimated At $202 Million

The Powerball Lottery jackpot is about to climb past $200 million for the first time since late September. Game officials are estimating that the annuity value of the jackpot prize for the upcoming Saturday night Powerball drawing will be about $202 million after no one qualified for Wednesday’s biggest prize. The one-time cash value of Saturday’s jackpot…

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State Legislators Hear Testimony On Reimbursements For Volunteer First-Responders

State lawmakers held a hearing this week on a piece of legislation that would allow volunteer first-responders to charge for their services. Several firefighters told legislators that they have a hard time recruiting new volunteers because much of the job now involves fundraising. A bill in Harrisburg would let responding volunteer companies bill a person…

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Joy Global Reports 24% Decline In Sales And $1.3 Billion Loss For Fiscal Fourth Quarter

Joy Global announced Wednesday a sales decline of twenty-four percent and a net quarterly loss of $1.3 billion for the company’s fiscal fourth quarter, ended October 30. The company says the numbers translate into a $13.43 loss per share. The figures compare with a gain of $129 million and earnings per share of $1.31 in…

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State Police Report Telephone Scam From Phony IRS Agents

The Pennsylvania State Police on Wednesday issued a warning about a telephone scam reported this week by several residents of the Oil Region. A caller claiming to be an Internal Revenue Service agent often demands money or claims that previous mailings have gone unanswered, and threatens either utility shut-offs, the revocation of driver’s licenses or arrests. …

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Penguins Recall Three From Wilkes-Barre Due To Injuries; Fleury May Have A Concussion, And Will Miss Wednesday’s Game

Due to injuries to key players on their team, the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday recalled from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League goaltender Matt Murray and forwards Kevin Porter and Conor Sheary. The Pens have been forced to place Beau Bennett and Kris Letang on the injured reserve list, and the team announced Tuesday that…

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12 Year-Old A-T-V Crash Victim Identified

The twelve year-old boy who died in the crash of an all-terrain vehicle in northern Butler County over the weekend has been identified by police as Lucas Leone, from the Slippery Rock area. As KQW reported on Monday, the boy’s A-T-V crashed on private property off Wick Road in Mercer Township shortly after 4:00 PM…

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Search Continues For Oil City Man Missing From Pittsburgh-Area Corrections Facility

State Police officials in the Pittsburgh area say they are still searching for an Oil City man who never returned to a corrections facility after he was granted a “home pass” for the weekend. As a matter of fact, police say 38 year-old Phillip Schall II never showed up at his residence on Mead Street…

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