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Trump Threatens Pennsylvania State Lawmakers Resisting Election Audit: 'Will Be Primaried'

Donald Trump lashed out Monday at two Pennsylvania Republicans who he said are resisting an audit of the 2020 presidential election. "Why is State Senator Jake Corman of Pennsylvania fighting so hard that there not be a Forensic Audit of the 2020 Presidential Election Scam? Corman is fighting as though he were a Radical Left Democrat, saying that a Forensic Audit of Pennsylvania not take place," Trump said in a statement.
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Centerville Woman Scammed out of $2,700 in Gift Cards

Pennsylvania State Police are investigating an incident in which a Centerville woman was scammed out of $2,700 in gift cards. It happened between May 30 and June 12, according to troopers. The 67 year old sent the gift cards after she received a text message which said she was eligible...
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One killed in two-vehicle crash in central Pa.

A motorcyclist, who lost control of his bike, died Saturday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash in Codorus Township, according to the York County Coroner’s Office. Additional details and the person’s name are not yet available. The incident happened around 1:20 p.m. in the area of Seven Valleys Road and Grothey Road, where the driver collided with a parked truck.

Sandy Lake Man Found Naked in Tent on Sugar Grove Property

A Sandy Lake man was charged after being found naked in a tent on private property Thursday. Pennsylvania State Police charged the 33-year-old with drug possession, criminal mischief, simple trespass and disorderly conduct. The charges stem from the Sandy Lake man being discovered naked in a tent at a Route...
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Poison hemlock blooming in Pennsylvania

An invasive and dangerous plant is blooming in Pennsylvania and seems to be everywhere right now. Poison hemlock is part of the carrot family but is poisonous to humans and livestock. Trilby Libhart, the state's botany and weed specialist, said the plant spreads easily. "Say this has 10,000 seeds on...
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State College celebrates Pride with car caravan

(State College) — Neighborhoods were greeted with car honks and rainbow balloons as decorated cars traveled through State College for the borough’s first Pride parade on Saturday. The event fell on the fifth anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting. The car parade started at State College Area High School and...
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Electric-powered trucks rule clears Pennsylvania House

Work continues at the Pennsylvania statehouse to adopt rules to allow heavier trucks in certain situations. The House voted unanimously to adopt a federal weight exemption for electric-powered trucks. The rule is already in place in most states. Currently, the state of Pennsylvania authorizes electric-powered trucks to weigh up to...

A new PA report recommends a series of election changes. What might change

A Pennsylvania Senate special committee on Monday approved a report recommending several new election laws, but, even though they lauded the bipartisan process, three Democrats voted against it, citing a voter identification requirement and not having enough time to read the final report. The Special Committee on Election Integrity and...