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2 19-year-olds shot in New Castle

NEW CASTLE, Pa. (KDKA) — Police are investigating an overnight shooting in New Castle that injured two 19-year-olds. The young women were injured in a shooting on Wednesday morning at the West Grant Street Housing Complex on Halco Drive.Nancy Holmes has lived in the housing complex for 20 years. She said she's still frightened every time she hears that familiar sound of gunfire.KDKA-TV's Shelley Bortz: "Are you scared to live here?"Holmes: "Well, yeah. But you have to deal with the consequences."It was just after midnight on Wednesday when Holmes heard gunshots next door and called 911. When officers arrived, they found the...
NEW CASTLE, PA
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One Person Taken To Hospital After Center Twp. Crash

One person was taken to the hospital after a car went into the side of a garage in Center Township. The two vehicle accident happened Wednesday around 3:30 p.m. at the intersection of Sunset Drive and Mercer Road. State police say 22-year-old Ashley Priester of Butler failed to stop at...
BUTLER, PA
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Local Man Charged After Brush Fire Gets Out Of Control

A local man has been charged in connection with an out of control fire earlier this week in Jefferson Township. According to State Police, troopers were called out to a fire in the 100 block of Bonniebrook Road on Monday just before 11 p.m. An investigation determined that 57-year-old Kenneth...
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State Police Calls: Sheetz Parking Lot Encounter Leads to Drug Charges

VENANGO CO., Pa. (EYT) – Franklin-based State Police responded to the following calls:. PSP Franklin filed criminal charges against an Erie man following an incident earlier last month. Police say the incident occurred during an encounter with a trooper and 41-year-old Kevin Donikowski, of Erie, on May 15, around...
VENANGO COUNTY, PA
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Police Continue Search For Muddy Creek Shooting Suspect

Police are searching for a man they say pulled the trigger in the shooting death of a man that happened earlier this month in Muddy Creek Township. We reported earlier this week that 37-year-old Nicole Schwartz of Ellwood City was arrested in connection with the death of 32-year-old Frederick Orr. However, she told police that a man only known as the letter “K” was the person who shot and killed Orr.
ELLWOOD CITY, PA
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Two Charged In City Drug Bust

Two men are in the Butler County Prison following a drug bust at their home in the City of Butler. The county’s Drug Task Force executed a search warrant late Monday evening at a home in the 100 block of Fourth Avenue in the city’s West End neighborhood.
BUTLER, PA
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Big Butler Fair Kicks Off Friday

The return of the Big Butler Fair kicks off Friday and continues through July 9th. The 166th running of the fair will feature food, carnival rides and games, demo derbies, tractor pulls, farm animals, concerts, and a professional 4th of July firework show. Friday is a $5 Bike Night and will feature a free concert by the Clarks. The opening act is The Redlines, who take the stage at 7 p.m. The Clarks will begin their show at 8 p.m.
BUTLER, PA

New Ellwood City K9 in service, already making an impact

WAYNE TWP. – Nico, the newest K9 officer for the Ellwood City Police Department, has only been officially active for a month, but he is already making an impact. According to Ellwood City Mayor Anthony Court and Ellwood City Police Sgt./Officer-in-charge Michael McBride, earlier in June, Nico was part of a drug raid at a residence in the Burnstown area of Wayne Township.
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Saxonburg Carnival Gets Underway

The Saxonburg Carnival is currently underway. The annual event takes place on the carnival grounds near the Saxonburg Volunteer Fire Company. It starts nightly at 6 p.m. and will once again feature rides this year. Admission is free, however there is a ticket needed in order to ride. Fire officials...
SAXONBURG, PA
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Rev. Laurence “Larry” John Williams

Rev. Laurence “Larry” John Williams of Seneca, ended his battle with cancer at 3:35 a.m. on June 29, 2022, in his home surrounded by his loving family, graduating to Heaven to see His Saviour. “He fought a good fight and finished his course.”. Born on May 31, 1953,...
SENECA, PA
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Another Arrest Made In Muddy Creek Twp. Shooting Death

Police have made another arrest in the shooting death of a man that happened earlier this month in Muddy Creek Township. We reported yesterday that 37-year-old Nicole Schwartz of Ellwood City was arrested in connection with the death of 32-year-old Frederick Orr. However, she told police that a man only known as the letter “K” was the person who pulled the trigger.
ELLWOOD CITY, PA
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Replica Of Tomb Of Unknown Soldier Stopping In Zelie

The public is invited to visit a traveling memorial later this week to raise awareness of sacrifices made by members of the U.S. Armed Forces. Armstrong is presenting the Exchange Club of Rome’s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Replica Tour for a stop at Zelienople on Friday between 6:30 and 7 p.m.
ZELIENOPLE, PA
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Newbie Man Injured in Motorcycle Crash on Route 36

BARNETT TWP., Pa. (EYT) – A New Bethlehem man was injured in a motorcycle crash that occurred last Thursday on State Route 36, in Barnett Township. According to Marienville-based State Police, the crash occurred around 7:12 p.m., on Thursday, June 23, as a 1998 Harley-Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy operated by 43-year-old Robert A. Hulse, of New Bethlehem, was traveling north on SR 36.
NEW BETHLEHEM, PA
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Police: Hermitage Subway employees wrote bomb threats to leave work early

Police say two employees who wanted to go home early from their jobs at the Subway restaurant in the Hermitage Walmart, did so by writing bomb threats on the restroom walls. Peter Pope, 43, of West Middlesex, and Skye Bowser, 19, of Hermitage, are charged with making bomb threats and terroristic threats that caused the evacuation of the Walmart on the evening of June 15.
HERMITAGE, PA
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