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Butler Co. Prison fourth in our area this week to send officers to hospital
The warden told Channel 11 the officers were exposed to an unknown substance, possibly K2, possibly laced with something.
6 Butler jail employees exposed to substance causing dizziness, increased heart rates
The Butler County Prison is on lockdown after six employees encountered a substance that caused dizziness and elevated heart rates on Tuesday night.Three corrections officers searching a cell were first affected, Warden Joe DeMore told Channel 11.Two nurses and another corrections officer who arrive
Butler prison inmates, employees sickened by 'unknown substance'
Updated less than a minute agoThree Butler County Prison inmates and two nurses were hospitalized Tuesday evening after they came into contact with an “unknown substance,” officials said.County Commissioner Leslie A. Oshe said the five are at a hospital and are being decontaminated.Oshe said she rec
CATHOLIC GRAND JURY REPORT: Probe reveals former Beaver Co. DA stopped abuse investigations
BEAVER, Pa.- The Beaver County District Attorney in 1964 stopped investigations into child sex abuse to prevent "unfavorable publicity," according to a grand jury report released Tuesday.
Three women charged in overdose death of Kittanning man
One of the women, Jessica Ridinger, 37, whose last known address was in Shelocta, is charged with drug delivery resulting in death of Jonathan Waugaman, 41, on Sept. 29, 2017.
Butler School District Police Force forming
The new changes, King said, are to take advantage of school safety amendments made on the state level with Act 44 of 2018.
Parker woman faces theft charge
State police in Clarion accused Tina Marie Dunkle, 37, of Parker, of retail theft in an incident that occurred on Monday at about 11 a.m. at Walmart in Monroe Township. Police said Dunkle was taken into custody before leaving the scene.
Allegheny Health Network breaks ground on new Wexford hospital
Allegheny Health Network says it's building a full-service hospital with 160 beds in the northern suburbs of Allegheny County, where patients will have access to a 24-hour emergency department, critical care and a wide array of surgical services.
Fire Official: Explosions Heard From 2 Miles Away - ButlerRadio.com - Butler, PA
“The lady living in the trailer was storing 13 oxygen tanks inside, including one large tank,” Bunyan said. “We believe that’s what caused the fire.”
Butler, PA is Gaining More Excitement in Altitude Trampoline Park
“We are so excited to bring Altitude Trampoline Park to the Butler community! The brand new trampoline park will provide a clean, safe, family-friendly environment designed to be enjoyed by all ages”. Altitude Butler Ownership Group
Tarentum southbound on-ramp to Route 28 to close this weekend
The restrictions are related to a seven-mile stretch of Route 28 between Bailies Run in East Deer and the Buffalo Township line. Work includes concrete patching, an asphalt overlay, bridge preservation work, drainage and guiderail improvements, installation of a new automatic bridge de-icing system
Health network breaks ground on new North Hills hospital
Damany Lewis has more details on the new hospital, and talks to residents about possible traffic woes it could bring, for Channel 11 News at 5:55 p.m.
Petition to remove Cardinal Wuerl's name from North Catholic High School
Pittsburgh, Greensburg dioceses included in report that names 300 alleged 'predator priests'List of alleged 'predator priests' in Pittsburgh and Greensburg87-year-old woman Tased by police while cutting dandelions, family saysVIDEO: Police investigating video showing man slapping hippo at zoo
State Police Calls: Retail Theft, Identity Theft
According to police, PSP Clarion investigated a report of a retail theft that occurred around 11:00 a.m. on Monday, August 13, at Walmart in Monroe Township.
State to spend $3 million on Monaca roads to accommodate Shell cracker plant
The borough’s deteriorating roads aren’t designed for heavy industrial traffic and often become bottlenecked, according to a news release. The state money will improve about 6,200 feet of State Route 18 and pay for a roundabout at its intersection with State Route 51, according to the release.
No one hurt in I-80 crash
State police in Clarion said no one was injured in a crash on Interstate 80 in Richland Township on Monday morning.According to police, Frank R. Paden, of Brookville, was in the left lane and traveling east in a 2007 Chevrolet Malibu when he fell asleep and drifted off the north side of the highway
No charges against Beaver Falls pizza delivery man who killed alleged robber
“Upon confirming all of these facts with the Beaver County District Attorney David Lozier, we do not anticipate filing criminal charges against the victim at this time,” Deluca said in the release.
Car vandalized in Grove City
Police said the vehicle, which was shot with green paint, was parked on the Interstate 80 side, near the Mall Outlet sign.
Man arrested, passed out outside Neshannock business
Neshannock Township police charged Jordan Eugene McMullen, 24, of 308 N. Cedar St, with prohibited possession of a firearm, possession of a concealed firearm without a license, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two counts of driving while under the infl
Knoch announces fourth sports Hall class - ButlerRadio.com - Butler, PA
The new class features 5 student athletes and the very first team to be honored. This year’s honorees include Knoch graduates Fred Rothen, Carla Wetzel Patarini, Tammie Kelley, Todd Durand, and Nick Reiser, as well as the 1978 WPIAL Class AA Champion football team.