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Correctional officer hurt in prison attack

WGRC News - Thu, 09/04/2014 - 6:05am

State Police in Northumberland County are investigating the attempted killing of a correctional officer at a state prison. WNEP says it happened Sunday morning. An inmate put the officer in a choke hold in the prison yard, and tried to slash the officer’s neck with a weapon. The officer was able to fight him off, and was taken to a hospital… the inmate was taken to another correctional facility.

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Man convicted for trying to kill woman

WGRC News - Thu, 09/04/2014 - 6:04am

A Schuykill County jury this week found a Mahanoy City man guilty of setting a woman’s house on fire and trying to kill her. The incident happened in December of last year. 29 year old Joseph Yeich was accused of repeatedly hitting Elrena Gibson, throwing bleach in her face, then torching a pile of laundry that was next to her. The woman managed to escape. Yeich was convicted of charges including aggravated assault, causing a catastrophe, arson, criminal mischief, and recklessly endangering another person.

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Quality of Life crimes in San Antonio Texas

WGRC News - Wed, 09/03/2014 - 2:09pm

It looks like helping the less fortunate in San Antonio, Texas will now become a crime.
They’re calling them “Quality Of Life Crimes”. Today the San Antonio City Public Safety Committee is discussing a measure which will allow city police to ticket motorists who give money to those ‘cardboard sign panhandlers’ along a highway or street. City officials say the idea is to get the panhandlers to get off the streets and go somewhere else. However, an expert on homeless issues say the city should be doing exactly the opposite, saying, it looks like the ordinance is really criminalizing homeless people.

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Man shot by Sunbury Police is charged

WGRC News - Wed, 09/03/2014 - 2:08pm

A man who was shot by Sunbury police was in court yesterday. Erick Trometter was shot by Sunbury’s acting police chief in July. He’s since recovered and is being charged with assaulting his grandmother. She says he punched her leg and kicked her multiple times in the face. Police say her face was black and blue and swollen. Trometter was shot, as police were trying to apprehend him in that incident.

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Lycoming County Balloon Festival and Air Show

WGRC News - Wed, 09/03/2014 - 2:07pm

The Lycoming County Rotary Clubs Balloonfest,and Air Show is coming to the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville on September 13th. The event is in it’s 9th year and offers, Balloon rides, helicopter rides Food vendors, crafters, exhibits, kids puppet ministry, strolling entertainment and so much more. No Pets ~ No firearms and No alcohol is allowed, but make sure to bring your lawn chair.

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Boy assaulted at bus stop

WGRC News - Tue, 09/02/2014 - 11:44am

A Lycoming County woman is speaking out after she said a man punched her son in the face.
WBRE TV says, It happened last Tuesday as 11-year-old Gage Smith was walking home from a school bus stop in Williamsport. His mother Jennifer said Gage helped break up a fight between two other kids, and an uncle of one of those boys followed Gage home and punched him in the face. The name of the suspect is unknown at this time, but an arrest is pending.

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Williamsport Area High School project completed

WGRC News - Tue, 09/02/2014 - 11:44am

The Construction at Williamsport Area High School is finally completed. The energy efficiencies included in the $29 million project is expected to save $9.4 million annually, money that will be used to upgrade other buildings in the Williamsport Area School District. Repairing the infrastructure of the high school was the district’s top goal with the construction project that was finished over the summer, according to Dr. Don Adams, superintendent. The project updated the electrical, heating and ventilation systems, improving the educational and improved support areas like the gymnasium, locker rooms and pool area.

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President lobbies for minimum wage increase

WGRC News - Tue, 09/02/2014 - 6:19am

President Obama is pushing a minimum wage hike. The President went to Milwaukee for a Labor Day appearance yesterday. He said workers are better off than when he took office in 2009.

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Fee could be charged for use of state game lands

WGRC News - Tue, 09/02/2014 - 6:18am

Later this month, the Pennsylvania Game Commission will consider whether to make people pay a fee to use state game lands. The Lewistown Sentinel says the Commissioners may vote on the proposal on September 23rd at 8:30am at the Lamplighter Inn in Delmont. That vote comes a day after a meeting where people can go to that same location to comment on the proposal. The annual fee would be $30, and would be charged to those over the age of 16 who ride snowmobiles, bicycles, or horses on designated trails in game land areas.

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New code enforcement officer for Gilberton

WGRC News - Tue, 09/02/2014 - 6:17am

Gilberton recently decided to hire a new code enforcement officer. The Republican Herald says the borough council has hired John Boxer to take over the job, which had been done by the mayor on a short-term basis. Boxer is the former code enforcement officer for Shenandoah, and had done that job for three years.

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Burglary suspect arrested

WGRC News - Fri, 08/29/2014 - 1:08pm

Police have arrested a man suspected of burglary. On Wednesday, a Williamsport police officer took Kyle Andrews into custody. Andrews is accused of entering a vacant home and cutting out all the electrical wire, then cashing it in as scrap. A search of the man’s vehicle turned up empty bags suspected of having had heroin in them, as well as Hydrochloride pills. Andrews is locked up in Lycoming County Prison.

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Accused murderer caught in PA sent back to New York

WGRC News - Fri, 08/29/2014 - 1:08pm

Big trouble for a Brooklyn New York man. 20 year old Tysahwn Waddy was captured in Northumberland County last week. He is wanted for murder in New York City. Waddy has decided not to fight extradition and will be returned to Brooklyn to face the murder charges. He was captured in Coal Township and is wanted in the June 29th shooting in which three persons were injured, one of them eventually dying. He was considered extremely dangerous and a Northumberland County District Judge set his bail at $15 million dollars, the highest ever levied by that judge.

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Obama doesn’t have stradegy for ISIS

WGRC News - Fri, 08/29/2014 - 1:06pm

President Obama has taken quite a lot of heat from talk shows and Republicans since he used an unfortunate phrase in a press conference yesterday saying he doesn’t have a strategy with regard to ISIS, with the crisis in Iraq. However, others in his administration have been vocal about the need to move into the country. Even Democratic lawmakers are calling on the administration to take action.
Current and former U.S. intelligence officials say jihadi chatter has picked up among overseas terrorists organizations on phone lines and the Internet ahead this year’s 9/11 anniversary.

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