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PA State Police Name Suspect In Trooper Ambush

09.17.14 | Sarah Harnisch

State Police say an intensive manhunt is under way for a man who expressed the desire to kill police in the past. Charges were filed against 31 year old Eric Matthew Frein of Monroe County, who is believed to be the sole shooter. State Police ...

Nik Wallenda To Tight Rope Walk In Chicago

09.17.14 | Sarah Harnisch

And a couple of months after he did a tightrope walk across the Erie County, New York fair grounds, dare-devil, Nik Wallenda is ready for another big walk. This time, it's the windy city: Chicago. Wallenda will walk two city blocks, from the marina ...

Walmart Fined By NY For Overcharging Customers

09.17.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. has agreed to pay $66,000 in penalties and other fees in a false advertising investigation after claims were made that Wal-Mart overcharged the nationwide sale of Coca-Cola products to customers in 117 stores across New ...

Bill In The Works In PA To Allow Teachers To Carry Guns

09.17.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Teachers and other school employees in Pennsylvania could carry guns at work under a bill that's before a state legislative committee. Sen. Donald White presented his proposal to the Senate Education Committee on Tuesday. The Indiana County ...

New Study Shows Leaky Wells, Not Fracking, Cause of Water Pollution

09.16.14 | Terry Diener

A new study says that the drilling procedure called fracking didn't cause much-publicized cases of tainted water, blaming contamination on leaky natural gas wells instead. The study finds that eight hydraulically fractured wells in Pennsylvania and ...

PA Police Shooter Likely Had Firearms Training

09.16.14 | Terry Diener

Pennsylvania State Police say the gunman who ambushed two troopers outside their barracks, killing one, used a rifle and might have had formal firearms training through the military or law enforcement. Lt. Colonel George Bivens said Monday that ...

Cases of Enterovirus Treated in Rochester

09.16.14 | FL News Team

Dozens of children are being treated for suspected cases of Enterovirus at Strong Memorial Hospital. One doctor says all pediatric units are above capacity right now because of so many patients. Cases of Enterovirus first began appearing in the ...

Cayuga Nation Cigarette Plant Standoff Continues

09.16.14 | FL News Team

A standoff at the Seneca Falls Cayuga Indian Nation’s cigarette-making plant continued on for a second full day, nearing hour-36 Monday night. A dispute over leadership has divided the tribe into two different groups-those who support current ...

Injured PA State Trooper Is Alert and Talking

09.15.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvania State Trooper Alex Douglass is alert and talking for the first time since surgery. That’s according to investigators who said Trooper Douglass was injured Friday night when somebody ambushed the state police barracks in Blooming ...

Gambling Isn't Fixing Property Taxes In The Keystone State

09.15.14 | Sarah Harnisch

New data shows casino revenues are not providing school property tax relief to Pennsylvanians as promised by Governor Ed Rendell and top state lawmakers back in 2004. An Associated Press analysis of state Education Department data shows that ...

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