Sunday Aug 3
Allowing counties to store court records electronically could save thousands
A new law could help counties in Pennsylvania modernize the way they store and preserve court records, by giving them the option to store those records electronically, not just through paper copies or microfilm.
Larry Walsh on biking: Exploring this year's 'Trail of the Year'
The 51-mile trail system, which the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources named the 2014 Trail of the Year, begins near the point in Armstrong County where the Redbank Creek flows into the Allegheny River.
East Brady service gets grant for ambulance
"With the summer months coming, the time has come to replace our current ambulance, which is over 12 years old and has traveled nearly 130,000 miles," said Jennifer Switzer, president of the ambulance service, in a news release.
Coroner: Man kills self after shooting ex's mother
A coroner says a western Pennsylvania man shot himself after first shooting his estranged girlfriend's mother before he was disarmed by her husband.
Police: Man Breaks Into House, Shoots At Residents, Then Shoots Self
Police say a 26-year-old East Brady man broke into a house belonging to his estranged girlfriend's parents, while carrying several guns.