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The state’s attorney general finds herself in even more trouble with the law. A second set of charges were filed yesterday in Montgomery County against Attorney General Kathleen Kane including another count of perjury. The new charges say that Kane signed paperwork that proves she lied last year to the special grand jury which investigated her. The charges stem from a raid at her office last month. Kane continues to say the facts will come out and she will be exonerated.
Tragedy has struck today in Douglas County Oregon.
Oregon State Police report ten people are dead and at least twenty injured after a shooting at the Umpqua Community College in Roseburg which is in southwest Oregon. Police report that the shooter is in custody and the school is on lockdown.
Williamsport parking authority has recently installed new parking meters in the lots along Market Street adjacent to the James V. Brown library. The meters allow customers to pay at a centralized machine to park in the lots. The Parking authority says they will hold a demonstration of the new meters between the hours of 11am and 1pm both tomorrow and on Monday of next week. The plans are to replace individual meters in other lots in the city as well.
The defense policy bill is one of the few bipartisan measures in Congress that has readily become law for more than a half-century. Not so fast this year, as President Obama threatens to veto the bill moving through the House amid a bitter dispute about government spending. The argument is whether Congress should break through spending caps when it comes to defense, but adhere to them for domestic agencies. Obama and his Democratic supporters say no. Republicans, citing global threats around the world, say yes.