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Google-assisted warrant at issue in rape case
In an hour-long pretrial hearing before President Judge Charles Saylor, Douglas Joseph Taglieri, of Pottsville, challenged state police over their receipt of personal user information regarding IP addresses linked to Google searches within an eight-week period leading up to a July 20, 2016, kidnappi
Young students tell what they know of bullying
MILTON — Gage Foust, 9, said he saw a kid who was 9 or 10-years-old picking on a 5-year-old boy.
Crash leaves 23-year-old woman in critical condition
Milton State Police said Grace Juliano, 23, was traveling east on State Highway 304 on Saturday, May 12 when her vehicle traveled across the roadway and exited the roadway's left side.
Miranda Barbour files for new trial
SUNBURY — Convicted murderer Miranda Barbour, who is now 23 but was 18 at the time of her crimes, filed a Post Conviction Collateral Relief motion last week seeking a new trial.
Fire strikes 3-story building in Kulpmont
The building had smoke, water and fire damage throughout. Lights from firefighters working on the roof shined down through open sections of the third-floor ceiling. Damage was also visible at the exterior near the meter box and service line, which occasionally sparked.
Danville woman sentenced for child endangerment
DANVILLE — A borough woman, who admitted sending her 5-year-old son away from her job to a place where there weren’t any adults, will spend one year on probation.
Area girls ready to make some noise at states
It’s been the case for the last several years —if it’s the girls Class AA 4x800 at the PIAA track and field championships —look for Lewisburg and Mifflinburg on the medal stand.Nothing, of course, is decided yet but when the state competition gets underway Friday at Shippensburg University, Lewisbur
Kulpmont Cruise is June 10
The event is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, June 10, and will be held rain or shine. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. at the Holy Angels picnic grounds in the 800 block of Scott Street. The cost is $13 in advance and $15 the day of the cruise.
Inmate dies after four days in prison
Richard Haynes, 32, was found unresponsive in his cell by prison staff and was pronounced dead at an undisclosed hospital at 7:22 a.m. Saturday, prison spokesman Shawn Barlett said.
Penns Creek man killed in motorcycle crash
State Police report that Danny E. Feaster was riding his Kymco 300 south on Route 104 when he pulled out to pass a vehicle. A Nissan Versa, driven by Jadrick Haines of Mifflinburg, was traveling north on 104 and Feaster struck the front bumper and hood of the Versa just before 7 p.m.
ACROSS THE VALLEY: Man cited for flashing genitals
A 40-year-old North Chester, Va., man said he was traveling in Union Township at 12:20 p.m. when a motorist in a green Ford Ranger pulled up beside him and exposed himself, police said.
Coal Township man points pistol at his neighbor
COAL TOWNSHIP — A Coal Township man who allegedly pointed a pistol at his neighbor during an argument Sunday night has been charged with terroristic threats, simple assault, disorderly conduct, harassment and possessing an instrument of crime.
Former mayoral candidate convicted of harrassment
In November, a district judge acquitted Stoops of one summary harassment charge and convicted him of a second offense, prompting him to appeal the decision to the Court of Common Pleas.
Owner of dog found dead enters plea
Wilson Martinez III, 25, of 309 S. Banana St., was ordered by Magisterial District Judge William Cole to pay a $500 fine plus costs and placed on probation for six months after pleading guilty to the charge earlier this month.
Man pleads guilty in drug delivery death
Ryan P. Chambers, 23, pleaded guilty to drug delivery resulting in death relating to the Oct. 27 death of Matthew Santangelo in Mount Carmel.
2 local residents sentenced in Court of Common Pleas
William Schu, 49, of Mount Carmel, was sentenced by Judge Hugh Jones to 12 months probation for accidents involving damage to an attended vehicle or property and ordered to pay a $100 fine plus costs.
One person dead after rollover crash on I-81
HARRISBURG, Pa. - One person is dead and another injured after a rollover crash on I-81, according to police.
Woman dies after crash on Route 147 in Halifax Township
HALIFAX, Pa. (WHTM) - An 80-year-old woman died after a single-vehicle crash on Route 147 in Dauphin County on Sunday.Georgene Miller was driving a 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser that left the roadway in Halifax Township for an unknown reason and struck a tree, state police in Lykens said.The crash occurr
Fire marshal to probe Sunbury basement fire
In addition to the Sunbury, fire units from Upper Augusta Township, Shamokin Dam, Selinsgrove, and Stonington also responded to the fire, according to Brown.
‘Paws for Pets’
Charlie Wayne, of Shamokin, donates money to Mostly Mutts, a no-kill dog shelter in Sunbury, on Sunday afternoon outside Weis Markets in Shamokin. The organization collected donations and sold T-shirts, sweatshirts and magnets at Weis Markets stores in Shamokin, Coal Township and Sunbury over the we