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Police Searching for Theft Suspects

Police in Central Pennsylvania are searching for three people linked to an organized theft ring that stole over $20,000 using stolen credit cards. The three are accused of multiple thefts at Wegman’s and Whole Foods between October 2023 and April of this year. The group, identified through security footage, targeted shoppers’ wallets and used the […]

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Tick Danger Very Real Right Now in PA

May is National Lyme Disease Awareness Month, and when it comes to 2024’s Worst States for Tick-Borne Illnesses, Pennsylvania lands near the top, ranking 2nd in total Lyme disease cases and 5th in blacklegged tick distribution. Despite a 15th place in historical average hot days, the state’s forest areas and monthly Google searches for tick-related […]

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Earth Shaking Allegations Rock PA Juvenile Facilities

NEW LAWSUITS HAVE BEEN FILED IN PENNSYLVANIA BY DOZENS OF ADULTS WHO SAY THEY WERE PHYSICALLY AND SEXUALLY ABUSED AS KIDS IN STATE JUVENILE FACILITIES…

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Lawsuit Claims Coach Interference at Penn State

A second Penn State football doctor testified in Dauphin County Court, accusing Coach James Franklin of interfering with medical decisions. Dr. Pete Seidenberg detailed incidents, including Franklin’s pressure to medically disqualify a suicidal player to free up a scholarship. Seidenberg and Dr. Scott Lynch resisted Franklin’s demands, citing ethical concerns. Franklin reportedly often pressured medical […]

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Pennsylvania About to Ban All Cell Phone Use While Driving

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER…. PENNSYLVANIA IS ABOUT TO BAN HAND-HELD CELL PHONE USE WHILE DRIVING….

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Bail Reduction Denied

A Pennsylvania woman accused of attempting to orchestrate a deadly arson attack had her plea for a bail reduction denied. Heather Ann Dibert of Blair County, is facing a multitude of charges after investigators say she allegedly hired another person to burn down a home where her estranged wife and others were residing. Despite Dibert’s […]

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Butcher Apprenticeship Program Now Open

Penn State University is launching its 2024 Butcher Apprenticeship Program, set to run from July 22 to August 22 at University Park. The initiative aims to meet the increasing demand for skilled professionals in the meat processing industry by providing hands-on training and education. With a comprehensive curriculum covering meat anatomy, food safety, and business […]

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Fallen Trooper Honored

Governor Josh Shapiro, alongside Pennsylvania State Police, paid tribute to fallen troopers, including Trooper Jacques Rougeau Jr., who lost his life during a manhunt in Juniata County in 2023. In a solemn ceremony at PSP headquarters, Trooper Rougeau became the 104th state trooper to have his name added to the memorial wall. Governor Shapiro emphasized […]

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Noisy Bugs Bugging Many

Cicadas are causing a buzz in many parts of the country right now, and in South Carolina, their loud mating calls are now prompting numerous 911 calls from residents mistaking the noise for sirens or other disturbances. The buzzing insects, emerging in droves due to a rare synchronized phenomenon, can reach up to 100 decibels, […]

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Woman Attacks Boyfriend Because He Didn’t Clean the House

In Belfonte, a domestic dispute was allegedly sparked by a peculiar form of punishment. Erica Nicole Spicer reportedly attacked her boyfriend, upset that he hadn’t cleaned their house as part of a penalty for supposed infidelity. Police found Spicer with self-inflicted cuts, claiming her actions stemmed from her boyfriend’s alleged cheating. The altercation escalated, involving […]

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