|Baseball and Softball Return to Campus|
– For the first time in two decades, Penn State DuBois students will have the
opportunity to participate in America's pastime as an official campus
activity. Chancellor Melanie Hatch has
announced that both baseball and softball programs will be resurrected, and the
first Penn State DuBois teams will take to the diamond in the Spring of
|Updated 12-Year Transportation Program|
HARRISBURG - Governor Tom Corbett announced today that the
State Transportation Commission, building on the Act 89 transportation plan,
has updated Pennsylvania’s 12-Year Transportation Program with a sizeable boost
in much needed transportation improvements.
|Brockway Man Shot Bartender|
BROCKWAY- There was a
shooting over night at the Army Navy Club in Brockway. Police say 31 year old Eric Carlson shot the 20 year old bartender when she tried
to get him to leave so she could close up.
|Williams’ Death Stirs Dialogue|
PHILADELPHIA - We are learning more
about the demons comedian and actor Robin Williams faced in the forms of
depression and addiction prior to his death earlier this week.
|Corbett: End 'bigoted' TV series 'Amish Mafia'|
HARRISBURG (AP) - Gov. Tom Corbett and other
Pennsylvania politicians have signed a statement calling for the Discovery
Channel to drop the show "Amish Mafia."
|Brockway Prepares for School|
BROCKWAY- Brockway Area school
directors last night reviewed some of the upcoming changes planned for the
start of the new school.
|Speed Limit Increases to 70 MPH on I-80|
CLEARFIELD – The maximum speed limit has been raised to 70 mph on two
roadways. Sign installations began on Monday, Aug. 11. Following engineering
analysis, PennDOT is piloting the 70-mph maximum speed limit on two interstates:
- 88 miles of Interstate 80 from
Exit 101 (DuBois) in Clearfield County to mile marker 189 in Clinton
- 16 miles of Interstate 380 from
Interstate 84 to north of Exit 8 (Tobyhanna Interchange) in Monroe County.
|First West Nile Virus Human Case of 2014|
HARRISBRG- Pennsylvania’s first probable human case of
West Nile Virus (WNV) infection in 2014 has been detected. A Philadelphia
County man was hospitalized due to WNV. He has since recovered.