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Police searching for Cameron County man who faces sex assault charges Police searching for Cameron County man who faces sex assault charges
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
Police in Cameron County continued searching for a man who is wanted on more than a dozen sexual assault-related charges, alleging that he sexually assaulted a teenager. Emporium police said Anthony Eckenroad, 21, of Emporium, sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl on three occasions between the end [Read More]

Woman kidnapped, able to get free in Huntingdon County Woman kidnapped, able to get free in Huntingdon County
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
State police at Huntingdon investigated a kidnapping case where a woman was forced into a van, blindfolded and driven into the woods, but was able to get free. State police said the unidentified woman was jogging along Henderson Overlook Road in Juniata Township between 11:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. [Read More]

Video captures deadly Philly building collapse Video captures deadly Philly building collapse
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
Surveillance video from a SEPTA bus captures the moment of collapse, when a building under demolition crumbled on top of the Salvation Army thrift store at 22nd and Market Street in Center City. Two employees and four customers were killed during the June 5th collapse.In the upper right hand corner [Read More]

PA group wants ban lifted to allow hunting on Sundays PA group wants ban lifted to allow hunting on Sundays
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
Hunting is loved my many here in Pennsylvania, but hunters are banned from taking part in the popular sport on Sundays. Two years ago, the state farm bureau fought against legislation that allowed hunting on Sundays. They say people should be able to go outside for one day and stand clear of any [Read More]

Police releasing new details about local bank robber Police releasing new details about local bank robber
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
It's been a week since police say a man dressed as a woman robbed a bank in Richland Township, Cambria County. Police released new surveillance pictures in hopes that someone will recognize the robber. "Our subject is about 6 feet tall and thin build. We believe he has blue eyes," said Richland [Read More]

Trayvon Martin's mother felt 'disgust' over Zimmerman verdict Trayvon Martin's mother felt 'disgust' over Zimmerman verdict
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
MIAMI, July 18 (Reuters) - The mother of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager shot to death in Florida last year by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, said on Thursday she was "stunned" and felt "disgust" when a jury found her son's killer not guilty. "I couldn't believe it," [Read More]

Timeline: A brief history of Detroit's fiscal problems Timeline: A brief history of Detroit's fiscal problems
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
July 18 (Reuters) - Detroit's financial decline that led on Thursday to the biggest U.S. municipal bankruptcy filing in the country's history can be traced back to the waning days of long-time Mayor Coleman Young's administration (1974-1993), when the city was already deep in debt and struggling [Read More]

Pa. GOP chairman makes controversial comments about voter ID law Pa. GOP chairman makes controversial comments about voter ID law
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
As the battle over Pennsylvania's voter ID law continues, comments made by the state's GOP chairman are getting some national attention. Rachel Maddow aired a clip of an interview with Chairman Robert Gleason on her MSNBC show July 17th. In the clip, Gleason suggested that the voter ID law helped [Read More]

South African Presidency:  Nelson Mandela still in hospital but condition improving South African Presidency: Nelson Mandela still in hospital but condition improving
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
JOHANNESBURG, July 18 (Reuters) - Former South Africanpresident Nelson Mandela remains in hospital, but his conditionis improving, the South African presidency said on Thursday.              "Madiba remains in hospital in Pretoria, but his doctorshave confirmed [Read More]

Neighbors concerned for safety with tractor trailers not following Menoher Blvd. detours Neighbors concerned for safety with tractor trailers not following Menoher Blvd. detours
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
It's scheduled to be closed until October. A section of Menoher Boulevard in Johnstown is already detouring drivers, but neighbors are noticing tractor trailers are not following signs. A neighbor living on Menoher Boulevard said she's seen a handful of 18-wheelers barrel up the street, not [Read More]

Cooling center offers help to community during heat wave Cooling center offers help to community during heat wave
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
Nearly three weeks after heavy flooding swept through Jefferson and Clearfield counties, some residents affected will be eligible to apply for loans. The U.S. Small Business Administration has declared Jefferson and Clearfield counties disaster areas. Reynoldsville was devastated by floodwaters a [Read More]

Public invited to learn more about Route 322 Potters Mills Gap upgrade Public invited to learn more about Route 322 Potters Mills Gap upgrade
375 weeks ago - WJAC TV
A busy evening at Penns Valley Elementary School as people packing in to check out the smallest details of a big project. PennDOT set to invest 100 million dollars to improve the Potters Mills Gap portion of Route 322--thats just west of the 144 intersection to the Centre/Mifflin county line. Kevin [Read More]

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