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Police officer describes narrowly missing wrong-way driver in Beaver County

PITTSBURGH - A deadly wrong-way crash in Beaver County has many people asking what happened and offering help to the victims' families. Sunday night, Denise Feathers was driving the wrong way on Route 65 when she crashed head on into another vehicle. Feathers was killed, along with three of the four

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Coroner identifies 4 killed in Beaver County crash

The Beaver County Coroner’s Office has identified the four people who were killed in a two-car crash Sunday night. Denise Feathers, 41, of Baden, was driving a Jeep south in the northbound lane of Route 65 in Baden when she struck another vehicle just before 11 p.m. Sunday, according to Harmony Town

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW

IRS Files $378,000 Lien Against Beaver County Government For Unpaid Taxes

The Federal Internal Revenue Services (IRS) has filed a tax lien against Beaver County government for unpaid taxes, according to county officials. The federal lien was filed by the IRS with the Beaver County Prothonotary’s Office, which administers civil court records for the county.

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Undercover Cops Posing as Drug Buyers Arrested by Undercover Cops Posing as Drug Dealers

Well, this is a new one. A gigantic drug raid mistake led to police officers arresting…well, each other. Turns out undercover cops in Detroit posed as drug dealers to help catch a pair of sellers. However, thanks to a “tiny” mess up, another undercover police group thought they were real drug dealer

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Judge selected in Leetsdale carjacking case

A judge has been selected in the criminal case against John Matheny, who is accused of forcing his way into a woman’s car in a Leetsdale Borough parking lot in February. A pre-trial conference is scheduled before Allegheny Court of Common Pleas Judge Robert Colville on May 17.

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW

New York And Pennsylvania Will No Longer Suspend Driver's Licenses Over Drug Crimes

Under legislation taking effect this month, New York and Pennsylvania will no longer suspend driver’s licenses for people convicted of drug crimes. Previously, any drug offense in either state (no matter how minor) triggered a mandatory license suspension of at least six months, even if the crime ha

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Woman Dies in Meat Grinder at Pennsylvania Processing Plant

A female employee of a processing plant in Pennsylvania’s Muncy Township died yesterday following an incident with a commercial meat grinder. Citing the Lycoming County coroner, media outlet WNEP-TV reported the fatality happened around 11:30 p.m. at the Economy Locker Storage Company. Officials sai

NEWSWEEK

Here’s what’s happening around town: Tuesday, April 23

Heritage Valley Health System will hold Walk With a Doc from 9 to 10 a.m. April 27 at the Quaker Valley Middle School track. The hour-long event begins with a 10-minute health talk by providers at Associates in Family Medicine, followed by a healthy walk. Dr. Michael Karp, Dr. Kathleen Osten, Dr. La

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW

Paul Manafort moved to Pennsylvania prison

Paul Manafort has moved to Pennsylvania. The former Trump campaign chairman is now imprisoned at the U.S. Penitentiary Canaan in Waymart, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

WASHINGTON EXAMINER

Meet Pennsylvania's New Official Amphibian, The Snot Otter

When you think about it, there is something a little odd about having an official state bird, flower, or gemstone. Does that make all the others unofficial? So it's just possible Pennsylvania elected representatives were having a bit of fun when they voted overwhelmingly to make the Eastern hellbend

IFLSCIENCE

Pennsylvania State Police make nearly 400 DUI arrests over holiday weekend

HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania State Police arrested 396 people for driving under the influence over the Easter/Passover holiday weekend, from April 19 through April 21. The total represents a 10 percent increase from the 359 DUI arrests during the same holiday weekend last year.

MERCURY

Pennsylvania woman discovers ex-boyfriend living in her attic for weeks

PITTSBURGH (CNN Newsource) - A Pennsylvania woman suspected for weeks someone had been getting into her house while she was away. She tried to ignore it, but soon discovered a dangerous ex-boyfriend was living in her attic.

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Record number of tornadoes hit Pennsylvania in April – so far

At least a dozen tornadoes have touched down across Pennsylvania so far this month. That means this April has featured more tornadoes than any other April in the state’s history, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Matt Steinbugl.

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Joe Biden to launch presidential campaign Thursday, visit Pittsburgh Monday

WASHINGTON — Former Vice President Joe Biden will launch his long-awaited campaign for president with a video release Thursday, and will visit a union hall in Pittsburgh Monday, according to a source with direct knowledge of his plans.

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER

Knoch softball rolling through competition in Section 3-4A

The Knoch softball team dug itself a sizable hole in its Section 3-4A opener April 2 at Ambridge. The Knights trailed 6-1 after three innings and 9-4 heading to the seventh. But the team rallied in its final at-bat, scoring six runs to claim a dramatic 10-9 victory. Sophomore Bailey Rickenbrode’s tw

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW

Man stopped with gun at Pittsburgh airport hours after woman found with gun

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. - A man was caught with a handgun at the Pittsburgh International Airport security checkpoint Monday afternoon, hours after a woman was stopped with a gun, authorities said.

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1 dead in crash with car, truck on Steubenville Pike in Robinson Township

ROBINSON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A student at a local technical college died when a turning box truck hit the victim's car in Robinson Township on Tuesday morning, police said. Tap the video player above to watch the report.

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Pennsylvania man pleads guilty to role in heroin distribution in Harrison County

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. - A Pennsylvania man admitted to his role in a heroin distribution operation. Chad Neal, 25, of Duquesne, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute heroin and one count of distribution of heroin. Neal admitted to conspiring to distribute heroin in Harrison County, Wes

WBOY

2-cent fee proposed for single-use plastic bags in Pennsylvania

Earlier this month, PennEnvironment joined forces with Pennsylvania House Democrats to announced its “Zero Waste PA” package of 13 bills looking to tackle a number of litter and pollution problems.

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW

Impact Day: Heavy downpours, gusty winds and small hail possible in Pittsburgh area

PITTSBURGH — Tuesday is an impact day with Pittsburgh’s Action Weather Meteorologist Ashley Dougherty monitoring the potential for heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms. That will be part of a front that will start to develop around 2 or 3 p.m., particularly in the north and northwest parts of the P

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