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DA to upgrade changes in toddlera s death
A district attorney says he plans to upgrade charges against a western Pennsylvania stepfather now that a beaten toddler has died.
Sat May 18, 2013
Bees make their way from Georgia to homes throughout the area
Mark Bedillion, right, loads a box of bees into the truck of Paul Medenciy of Greene County during “Bee Pickup Day” at Bedillion Honey Farm in Hickory.
Police Investigate Alleged Beating Of Blairsville Toddler
A 20-month-old Indiana County child is clinging to life at UPMC Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh after what investigators suspect was a case of child abuse.
Thu May 16, 2013
Indiana County men fabricate carjacking to cover up hit-and-run, state police say
Two Indiana County men fabricated a story about an armed carjacking to cover up a hit-and-run crash they were involved in, state police said.
Mon May 13, 2013
Judge dismisses homicide charge in bathtub drowning of 13-month-old boy
Prosecutors said Tonya Thomas' decision to walk away and leave her kids unsupervised was so reckless, it rose to a criminal level and fit the criteria for a homicide charge, but a magisterial judge disagreed.
Wed May 08, 2013
2 former workers accused of stealing $16K from Lowe's
Two former workers are accused of stealing more than $16,000 from the Indiana County Lowe's they worked at.
Tue May 07, 2013
Pickup crashes into western Pa. pond; 3 men killed
Authorities in western Pennsylvania say three men were killed when a pickup plunged into an Indiana County pond.
`Delaware loophole' bill passes PA House
Leglislation that would close the "Delaware loophole" while lowering other taxes on corporations has passed the Pennsylvania House, Newsworks reported .
Mon May 06, 2013
Fatal Crash Stuns Small Town
Three people died after a pickup truck crashed into a small pond early Sunday morning.
Monday May 6 2013
FRIENDS say the truck FLIPPED inTO the water and trapped the PASSENGERS AND DRIVER inside.
Sun May 05, 2013
Three dead in Mahoning Twsp Pond Accident
The Pennsylvania State Police in Indiana County are investigating the fatal accident involving three individuals crashing into a pond in Mahoning Township.
3 Killed In Indiana County Accident
According to police, a pickup truck crashed into a small pond off McMillan Road in South Mahoning Township around 12:28 a.m. The victims have been identified as Sean Johnathan Titus, 20, Zane Michael McMillen, 19, and Cody Allen Brink Douglas, 18, all of Kittanning.
Sat May 04, 2013
Veronica H. (Hudack) Marvich
She was born in Dixonville, daughter of the late John and Mary Hudack. She married Joseph Marvich on Jan.
Thu May 02, 2013
Thursday May 2 2013
A state police SEARCH WARRANT SAYS INVESTIGATORS HAVE FOUND 5 PIECES OF BONE INCLUDING SOME TEETH ON A CAMP NEAR WARRIORS MARK...ALONG WITH A PAIR OF black tights, black denim pants, and sandals.
Wed May 01, 2013
Man In Court After Allegedly Hunting Deer In Walmart Parking Lot
But a man from Derry Township is accused of taking it too far, when he shot and killed a deer in a Walmart parking lot in Indiana County.
Suspect in Loyalhanna Twp. triple-murder expected to take stand
A former Westmoreland County Prison inmate testified Wednesday that Kevin Murphy did not speak with inmates about being accused of killing his mother, sister and aunt in April 2009.
Man accused of shooting at deer from Walmart lot
They say you can get almost anything at Walmart, but the Game Commission says one man took it too far.
On The Job Pennsylvania: Multiple-Alarm Fire Destroys White Township Printing Plant
More than 170 firefighters from four counties responded to a multiple-alarm fire that destroyed a printing plant in White Township, Indiana County, PA, on Tuesday, Oct.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Senate GOP to debate ban of abortion coverage in health insurance exchanges
The hot button issue of abortion is back before the state Legislature. This time, lawmakers are considering a ban on abortion coverage in insurance purchased through health insurance exchanges that become operational next year and are created by the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
East Stroudsburg alumna wins collegiate award for 'hot-dog' journalism
When Aleda Johnson, a journalism and communications major at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, noticed at an Indiana Borough meeting that residents had such sharply differing opinions on the laws governing local street vendors that sell food, she knew there was more to the story.