Police are investigating a motorcycle crash in Mercer County. According to authorities, Phillip Leise, 58 of Hadley, was riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle near Perry Highway and Steck Road in Sandy Creek Township.
A crash on Thursday afternoon left several people injured. Police say multiple vehicles crashed on Route 8 South near Dave’s Country Meats in Middlesex Township. When police arrived, they said three motorists were complaining of severe back and wrist pain.
Russ Karl is an “experienced” Assistant District Attorney and has been a lawyer for many decades. But now residents in Butler are starting to feel unsafe with some of the “deals” he is offering to people.
The First Amendment to the United States Constitution grants individuals the freedom of speech, the free exercise of religion, the press and the right to peacefully assemble. While many individuals may construe their freedom of speech rights broadly, not all forms of speech are protected. Satire is generally a protected form of speech, but there are certain exceptions.
Two people were critically injured after their vehicles collided head-on last evening near the Jefferson Street Bridge. When first responders arrived, they found a victim partially ejected from the vehicle.
When confronted, Justin Castilyn called him a “N****R SCAMMER!”. Authorities have allegedly issued a warrant for the arrest of Justin Matthew Castilyn, after he had reportedly scammed a Quebec, CA resident for over $500.00 in an eBay watch scam.
19-year-old Mia O. Loos, of Parker, was identified as the driver of a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee that rolled over near Hogg Lane. Loos was reportedly traveling when she lost control of her vehicle, crossed both lanes, and then spun out. Her Jeep left the roadway.
The identity of a 41-year-old woman who crashed her 2019 Kia Forte on I-79 northbound yesterday. According to an official police report, the Assistant Deputy Coroner John Hanovick identified the victim as Cristi L. Reibert, of Lyndora.
False advertising, a blunt punch in the face and locked-in, no refund policies for a butchered Warcraft game are causing loyal Blizzard fans a lot of grief and anger. Some of them are demanding Blizzard to be disciplined for what they say is a “blatant scam, worthy of some kind of action.”
The Pennsylvania State Police are investigating cruelty to animals case in Saxonburg. According to Cabot News, Chapter Three Farms has filed a police report alleging to animal abuse.
The death of Kobe Bryant has surely brought out the scalpers!. Various rookie cards from Bryant’s starting days are being listed for $1,000,000.00 on the popular marketplace, eBay.
Fire crews were dispatched to 22311 Perry Highway (Route 19) today for a working commercial structure fire. According to reports, the building was owned by the LINE-X & Krown company, which is headquartered in North Pittsburgh.
The CoGo on Route 8 has sold a star-studded winning ticket this past weekend. The stores sold a Match 8 ticket which won in Saturday’s drawing. “We were alerted this morning and are excited for the winner,” said Colin Dornish, senior director of operations at Coen Markets. “Our whole team at the Valencia location wants to say congratulations to the winner.”