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Seven Die In Pennsylvania Holiday Accidents

Seven people died and 315 others were injured in 1,336 vehicle crashes investigated by the Pennsylvania State Police over the Christmas holiday traffic period. The State Police say 108 of the accidents they investigated were considered alcohol-related. Last year, during the same five-day travel period (Dec. 21 – Dec. 25), five people died and 169…

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Bill Would Require University Fine Money To Be Used In State

A state Senator from Centre County, whose district includes Penn State University, has introduced a bill in Harrisburg that would require the money from fines assessed against state-supported colleges and universities to be used for programs inside Pennsylvania.  Meanwhile, other lawmakers from the state have spoken out against the recent sanctions against Penn State and…

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State Gun Violence Task Force Proposed

One of the state’s highest-ranking senators says he will propose a resolution which would create a state gun violence prevention task force. Republican Stewart Greenleaf, from Montgomery County, who is the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, says the resolution would allow the task force to examine issues dealing with gun violence, including proposals to…

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Grand Valley Man Injured In S-U-V Crash

A Grand Valley man has been injured in a two-vehicle crash in Oil Creek Township near Titusville. The State Police say an S-U-V driven by 88 year-old Karl Burger went out of control early Wednesday afternoon on a curve on Dotyville Road.  Burger’s vehicle hit an oncoming S-U-V operated by 32 year-old Carrie Kinnear, from…

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Two Charged in Christmas Day Property Dispute

Two people are being charged with disorderly conduct for repeatedly calling police over a property dispute. C-93 Radio reports that the disagreement was taking place concerning a property along Route 38 in Salem Township in northern Clarion County. State Police tell KQW’s sister station that, on Christmas Day, they had informed 35 year-old David Borrows,…

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Pouncey, Miller Selected As Pro Bowlers

Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey and tight end Heath Miller have been selected to the AFC Pro Bowl team. The Pro Bowl game will be played January 27th in Honolulu. Pouncey has been selected as a Pro Bowler for three consecutive years.  This season, he has started 14 of the Steelers’ 15 games, including one…

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Up To Ten Inches Of Snow Falls In Local Area

As daybreak approached on Thursday, a Winter Storm Warning for the Oil Region was expiring. The storm which struck late in the morning of the day following Christmas dumped more than a foot of snow in parts of northern and northwestern Pennsylvania, closed some stores early, and forced the closings of a number of highways…

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Nazi Camp Guard Who Lived In Mercer County Dies

A man who lived in Mercer County for many years after he served as a guard at a Nazi concentration camp during World War Two died last week, and was buried Monday in Hermitage. 88 year-old Anton Geiser continued fighting deportation attempts up until his last days. Geiser moved to the Sharon area inthe 1950’s,…

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Pirates Trade Joel Hanrahan And Brock Holt

The Pittsburgh Pirates and the Boston Red Sox announced Wednesday that they have completed a six-player deal that sends closer Joel Hanrahan to Boston. In exchange for Hanrahan and infielder Brock Holt, the Pirates will receive first baseman/outfielder Jerry Sands, right-handed pitchers Mark Melancon and Stolmy Pimentel, and infielder Ivan DeJesus, Jr. Hanhrahan posted a…

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Rockland Fire Department Burglarized

The State Police are investigating a burglary that occurred sometime early Monday at the Rockland Township Volunteer Fire Department. Investigators tell KQW that someone stole about $3,300 worth of medical response equipment, $100 worth of batteries, and abour $300 in cash. The incident occurred sometime between midnight Sunday and 8:30 AM on Monday.  Entry was…

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