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Teachers shot with pellets during drill
(CNN) - During a recent active shooter drill in one Indiana school, law enforcement used some sort of projectile to shoot at teachers 'execution style.'. According to the Indiana State Teachers Association, several teachers were left frightened and hurt with welts, and even bloody.
4 arrested in Western Pa. prostitution and human trafficking operation
Four people were charged in connection with a prostitution and human trafficking case in Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties. State police in Greensburg were offering details about the case on Friday afternoon.
Porn star Teanna Trump claims she had sex with Indiana Pacers player at age 16
Adult film star Teanna Trump claims she had sex with an unidentified player for the Indiana Pacers when she was just 16, including encounters that were recorded. Trump, 23, made the shocking admission Thursday to the “No Jumper” podcast, leaving host Adam Grandmaison shocked and setting off a social
Canadian cannabis giant plants a flag in Pennsylvania, plans hemp industrial parks across the U.S.
Canopy Growth Corporation, the Canadian cannabis behemoth is acquiring AgriNextUSA of Reading, Pa., with an eye to building its hemp business in the United States. AgriNextUSA has been headed by Geoff Whaling, an evangelist for hemp and all its many applications. Whaling said Canopy’s chairman, Bruc
Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane disbarred
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is losing her law license, a few months after she began a jail sentence for perjury, obstruction and other counts.
'Round the Square –– 3/21/19
FACTS: OK, so we’re falling a bit more in love with Pennsylvania with every fact we find. From cheesesteak to mushrooms, grapes to Christmas trees, there is so much to celebrate in the Keystone State.
Public urged to attend vape workshop at high school
CENTER TOWNSHIP — The spiraling number of children who skirt tobacco laws and get their pleasure from vaping continues to draw concern among school officials, especially at the Homer-Center School District, where a public workshop has been scheduled for next week.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Is Pretty Much Screwed, Says State Watchdog
Tripling toll rates. Debt obligations. Mandated PennDOT payments. They’re all piling up past the point of no return, according to the state auditor general — and Philly might have to pay the price.
Governor Wolf: Restore Pennsylvania Would Help Remediate Contaminants in Pennsylvania Schools
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Governor Tom Wolf toured the John H. Taggart School in Philadelphia this week to see progress on removing contaminants which can cause serious health problems. The governor also outlined how he believes Restore Pennsylvania, the most aggressive infrastructure proposal in generati
Johnstown couple head to trial in counterfeit scheme
A Johnstown couple will stand trial in Cambria County court, accused of using counterfeit $20 bills to buy food at a downtown sub shop, authorities said. Robert J. Horner, 49, of the 500 block of Naylor Road, was held for court following a preliminary hearing before District Judge Michael Musulin, o
The Penn releases its Best Bar Bracket just in time for March Madness
This article contains opinion. Just in time for the NCAA’s March Madness, The Penn once again decided to get in on the action, releasing its own bracket, this time with the bars of Indiana going head to head to find out what truly is IUP’s best bar. The bars and breweries were all given random seeds
Administrator wins $290,000 in lawsuit against IUP
Just over a month before she is scheduled to retire, an inclusion and multicultural programming specialist at Indiana University of Pennsylvania has been fined $3,000 for violations of the state Ethics Act — some technical in nature — stemming from the hiring of her son’s business.
Saltsburg, Purchase Line to play for title
Saltsburg and Purchase Line will meet for the championship Saturday afternoon in the 50th annual Indiana Optimist Club Underclass Basketball Tournament at Indiana High School. Saltsburg beat Penns Manor, 55-51, in Thursday night’s first semifinal, and Purchase Line grinded out a 46-34 win over India
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania: Actions Taken on March 14
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania reported the following activity on March 14 in the suits below:. In Teodori Enterprises LP against Falcons Restaurant Group LLC, 1110 Falcons Food LLC, Ohio Valley Bistro Inc. and Shamsuddin Charania: 'Clerk's Office Quality Control Me
Fire Marshal Investigating Cause Of Butler Co. Mobile Home Fire
WORTH TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Fire engulfed a mobile home in Butler County early Friday morning. Just before 6 a.m., firefighters in Butler Co. were called to a mobile home on the corner of West Park Road and New Castle Road in Worth Township, near Slippery Rock. Neighbors of the people who live nearby sa
Transportation services approved by directors
The ARIN Intermediate Unit 28 Board of Directors approved a four-year contract with Barker Inc. to provide transportation services for the next four years, with three one-year extension options, at its meeting Tuesday night in White Township.
Springtober Fest, kindness, Notre Dame, Santoro, etc.
If so, the third annual Springtoberfest, set for March 30, is just for you. Hosted by the Indiana Printing and Publishing Company, which owns The Indiana Gazette, the event will be from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex in White Township.
GOP picks Pittman for Senate race
FORD CITY — Republican committee members from Indiana, Armstrong and parts of Butler and Westmoreland counties chose retired Sen. Don White’s former chief of staff, Joe Pittman, as the party’s nominee for a special election to fill White’s 41st District seat on May 21.
Historical Headlines – March 22
3/22/1969 – State police here, investigating a break-in earlier this week at Morda’s Dining Room, said a 12-inch television set is missing. 3/22/1969 – Miss Donna Jean Maffei, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Maffei of 505 Main St., Rural Valley, was chosen one of 10 semi-finalists in Indiana Univ
Klay Thompson says Warriors have been "locked in" lately
The Golden State Warriors are really starting to hit their stride with the regular season winding down. This is a group that has won four of their last five games and really have excelled on the defensive end as of late. Following Thursday's 112-89 win over the Indiana Pacers, Klay Thompson was clea