Wolf To Choose Cabinet Members
Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/21/2014 10:45:00 AM.
HARRISBURG, PA — Governor-elect Tom Wolf says he hopes to have his Cabinet picked before his January 20th inauguration. The Democrat says his transition team is still in its formative stages, but that two months should be enough time to choose his top advisers. Wolf says he hasn't ruled out keeping some of Republican Governor Tom Corbett's Cabinet members.
Wolf, Democrat, Harrisburg, Inauguration

DuBois Armed Burglary Suspects Arrested
Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/20/2014 12:17:00 PM.
DUBOIS, PA – Three separate arrests have been made in the DuBois armed burglary cases. The DuBois City Police stated that on Tuesday November 18th they arrested 23 year old Ryan Bowser of Brookville, and 21 year old Jaquelynn Primm of DuBois for the home invasion that occurred in the 300 block of Knarr Street in DuBois.
Burglary, DuBois, Arrests, Chief

Clearfield Man Guilty Of Statutory Sexual Assault
Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/20/2014 12:13:00 PM.

CLEARFIELD, PA - A Clearfield man is facing up to eight years in jail after being sentenced Tuesday on assault charges. Kyle Wilson pleaded guilty to statutory sexual assault and indecent assault as part of a plea deal with prosecutors. A girl claims Wilson pushed her into the back room of a trailer in Clearfield Borough in May and forced himself on her.

Clearfield, Assault, Jail, Statutory

Car Falls Crushing Student
Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/20/2014 12:09:00 PM.

INDIANA, PA - An Indiana University of Pennsylvania student is dead after police say he was crushed by a car he was trying to repair near his off-campus home. Authorities say the car fell onto the 19-year-old when the jack he was using failed.

IUPA, Crushed, Campus, Car

Keystone XL Vote Falls Short
Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/20/2014 12:05:00 PM.
WASHINGTON, DC - An attempt to pass the Keystone XL Pipeline fell one vote short in the Senate. 14 democrats joined all 45 republicans in supporting the project, but they did not reach the 60-vote minimum. Republicans say they will try again next year when the GOP controls the Senate. But it could still face a likely Presidential veto.
Keystone, Pipeline, Veto, Senate

Charges Filed Against Emporium Man
Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/19/2014 1:53:00 PM.
EMPORIUM, PA – Charges have been filed against an Emporium man for sexual abuse of children, and possession of child pornography as well as other charges. 40 year old Jon Serianni has been charged as a result of an investigation which concluded that the accused obtained and possessed numerous images of multiple females, including those under the age of 18 in a state of nudity.
Charges, Emporium, Pornography, Females

Federal Prison For Local Man
Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/19/2014 1:49:00 PM.
RIDGWAY, PA – A 57-year-old northwestern Pennsylvania man awaiting trial on state arson and drug charges, has been sentenced to five years in federal prison on weapons charges. Francis Milliard, of Ridgway, was sentenced by a federal judge in Erie on Monday.
Prison, Ridgway, Guns, Milliard

Two More Burglaries In Our Area
Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/19/2014 1:44:00 PM.
PUNXSUTAWNEY, PA – Punxsutawney State Police are investigating two burglaries, one in Rose Township Jefferson County and one in Perry Township Jefferson County. According to State Police, the suspect or suspects entered the first home thru an unlocked front door and took 1200 in cash, two white gold wedding rings and a 60 dollar pre-paid Visa gift card from the victims purse last night on Alaska Road.
Punxsutawney, Burglaries, Suspects, Police

Court Order Stops Email Investigation
Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/19/2014 1:39:00 PM.
HARRISBURG, PA - State Attorney General Kathleen Kane says some of the pornographic emails that were exchanged among state government officials in a scandal that has claimed some of their jobs involved children and violent sexual acts against women.
scandal, Email, Children, Attorney

Bomb Threat Scares Students
Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/18/2014 12:38:00 PM.
INDIANA, PA - A Bomb threat yesterday at the Indiana Area Senior High School forced the students and staff to evacuate and relocate to the Junior High School. Police say a student found the threat in the bathroom in the form of a note. Once the Police, Westmorland and Alleghany County bomb dogs searched the building, it was then the school was deemed safe.
Bomb, Threat, Police, Indiana

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