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JPD: Man in custody following shots fired incident near Oakhurst Homes

Johnstown, PA (WJAC) — Johnstown police say one man is in custody following a shots fired incident near Oakhurst Homes Tuesday morning. Police say officers were dispatched to the area of the community center for a report of a black male who had fired a gun in the direction of Building #6 at Oakhurst Homes.
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One in custody after morning shooting in Johnstown

CAMBRIA COUNTY, Pa (WTAJ) — Johnstown Police say they have one person in custody after a morning shooting near the Oakhurst homes. Around 9 a.m. police responded to a shooting in the Oakhurst home section of Johnstown. Police said that nobody was injured and they have a suspect in custody. Information is limited at this […]
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Former manager of Salem discount store charged in theft of $18K

A man accused of stealing $18,097 earlier this month from a Dollar General store where he worked in Salem apologized for the thefts to other employees in the store, according to state police. Austin M. Rider, 23, of Jeannette, was charged with receiving stolen property and theft in connection with...
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Police: 21-year-old man wanted on charges in connection with missing Unity teen

State police in Greensburg have obtained an arrest warrant for a 21-year-old man in connection with the disappearance of Kylie Madison Germello, 17, of Crabtree. Noah G. David of Cardale, Fayette County, is accused of picking up Germello from Unity late last month and failing to return her home. He is charged with interference with the custody of children, corruption of minors and harassment.
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Fetterman pacemaker surgery successful; Corman serving as temporary Lt. Gov.

Lt. Governor and U.S. Senate primary candidate John Fetterman underwent successful surgery Tuesday to implant a pacemaker with a defibrillator, his spokesman said. The procedure came four days after Fetterman’s campaign announced the former Braddock mayor had suffered a stroke. “John Fetterman just completed a successful procedure to implant...
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Pennsylvania AG, governor candidate Josh Shapiro tests positive for COVID-19

PITTSBURGH — Pennsylvania Attorney General and Democratic governor candidate Josh Shapiro has tested positive for COVID-19 on Pennsylvania’s Primary Election Day. Shapiro was to join State Rep. Austin Davis in Pittsburgh Tuesday night for a primary night watch party. Shapiro for Pennsylvania spokesperson Will Simons issued the following...
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Yankees promote top pitching prospect Ken Waldichuk from Somerset to Triple-A

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Fetterman casts primary vote via emergency absentee ballot at hospital

LANCASTER, PA (WOLF) — Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman cast his vote today via emergency absentee ballot. He cast his vote from Penn Medicine Lancaster General Hospital. Fetterman's wife, Gisele Barretto Fetterman, appeared at a polling place in Braddock to vote. Fetterman's campaign released the following statement:. John Fetterman...
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The Board of Trustees for the Wichita Art Museum has announced the selection of a new Director and Chief Executive Officer. Anne Kraybill is currently the Director and CEO of The Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. She begins work at the Wichita Art Museum on August 15th.
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U.S. Steel must may $1.5 million due to pollution at Edgar Thomson Works

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) —  U.S. Steel must pay a $1.5 million penalty at Edgar Thomson Works due to air pollution violations.The corporation must also make improvements at the steel production facility in Braddock. It is part of a court settlement announced on Tuesday with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Allegheny County Health Department.The consent decree addresses numerous Clean Air Act violations dating back to 2016 at Edgar Thomson Works."Everyone has the right to clean air and the Allegheny County Health Department continues to work to ensure that right for all residents," said Health Department Director Dr. Debra Bogen said in a release. "This settlement is another step toward that goal in Braddock and surrounding communities, many of which are designated environmental justice communities."The settlement says U.S. Steel must make numerous improvements in training, monitoring and work practices to improve compliance and timely response to air pollution. 
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