|HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM SUNNY 106!|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/26/2015 6:30:00 AM.|
DuBois, PA - Happy Thanksgiving Sunny Fans! Remember while your eating and celebrating with your family this holiday season, hundreds of local families in our communities will go hungry. But, you can help!
|PENNDOT ANNOUNCED NEW 511 PROGRAM FOR HOLIDAY TRAVELERS|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/26/2015 6:21:00 AM.|
|Harrisburg, PA - Many motorists will be traveling this holiday season and to accominate them, PennDot has unveiled their new 5-1-1 program. The 5-1-1 web page allows motorists to compare highway speeds, traffic times, and various other holiday roadway information from around the state when traveling during the holiday season. To learn more you can visit 511pa.com.|
|HOME FIRES DOUBLE ON THANKSGIVING DAY|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/26/2015 6:18:00 AM.|
|Harrisburg, PA - The PA State Fire Marshall would like to remind all Pennsylvanians this Thanksgiving to celebrate safely. According to the US Fire Administration home fires more than double Thanksgiving Day due to cooks not taking the proper precautions when preparing holiday meals.|
|3 PUNXSY MEN ALLEGEDLY SEXUAL ASSAULT YOUNG GIRL|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/26/2015 6:02:00 AM.|
Punxsutawney, PA - Three Punxsutawney men have been charged in connection with having sexual relations with the same 14 year old girl. Police say they are looking for more men who possibly also had an inappropriate relationship with the same girl.
|COUNTY COMMISSIONERS INVESTIGATING WAYS TO SUE THE STATE OVER BUDGET STALEMATE|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/25/2015 7:05:00 AM.|
Harrisburg, PA - County Commissioners from across the state want to find a way to end the budget impasse and avoid one in the future. On Monday, the County Commissioners Association voted to investigate legal ways to sue the State to get access to State and Federal funds for essential services. One thing they are investigating is whether they can keep money that would normally be sent off to the state, for essential local services during an impasse.
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/25/2015 7:00:00 AM.|
DuBois, PA - The DuBois Area United Way has announced that they are currently at 50.20% of their goal of $420,000; having received $210,849.59 in pledges. If you would like to make a donation to the United Way call 371-5011. All donations will benefit the member agencies of the DuBois area United Way.
|TREASURE LAKE WOMAN FLIPS VEHICLE IN DITCH|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/25/2015 6:59:00 AM.|
DuBois, PA - A 52 year old Treasure Lake woman was traveling on Clear Run Road, and at the intersection of Bay
Road, lost control of her vehicle causing it to travel into a ditch and flip over coming to rest on its roof.The woman was rescued from the vehicle by the fire department, and refused treatment. After failing field sobriety testing, the woman was transported to Penn Highlands for a legal blood draw. Charges pending.
|DUBOIS MAN FAILS TO REGISTER UNDER MEGAN'S LAW|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/25/2015 6:55:00 AM.|
|DuBois, PA - A warrant has been issued for a man who failed to register under the requirements of Megan's Law. State Police report a warrant has been issued for the arrest of 33 year old James John Potts who failed to register his new address at the Just for Jesus Ministries.|
|POLICE LOOKING FOR SEDAN DRIVER IN TWO VEHICLE CRASH|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/25/2015 6:53:00 AM.|
|DuBois, PA - Officer’s were dispatched to a two vehicle crash on West Park Avenue between a school bus and passenger vehicle. The bus driver stated that he was traveling south on Liberty Boulevard in the center lane when a silver sedan traveling south in the right lane crossed into the center lane while negotiating the right turn.|
|PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE HELD IN DUBOIS MURDER CASE|
|Posted by Sunny News Room on 11/25/2015 6:51:00 AM.|
DuBois, PA - A pre-trial conference was held in the murder case of late DuBois woman, Nicole Snyder. Joseph Robert Fields, 35, 109 E. Scribner Ave., DuBois, an inmate of the jail, has passed the preliminary hearing stage. He is charged with criminal homicide, aggravated assault and murder of the first degree in connection to an incident in DuBois during the early-morning hours of Sept. 22.
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