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Police: Officer shot dog that bit him as he aided owner

PITTSBURGH — Authorities say a western Pennsylvania police officer shot and killed an aggressive dog while responding to the medical emergency of the animal's owner.

6/17/2019 Pennsylvania 0 comments

State has a surplus, lots of budget patches

Wolf seeks $2B more spending

HARRISBURG — In Pennsylvania, good fiscal times may not necessarily mean good fiscal condition.

6/17/2019 Pennsylvania 0 comments

Boy injured when pickup truck crashes into steps

Butler police officer Kory Fleming speaks to Shawn Lacamera of Butler who was driving a pickup truck that crashed into concrete steps on the side of the Cunningham Shanor building on West New Castle Street around 4 p.m. Sunday. The 31-year-old was not hurt but his 8-year-old son, who was riding in the truck, suffered apparent minor injuries. Police said they are investigating.

An 8-year-old boy was hurt about 4 p.m. Sunday when his father lost control of a pickup truck and crashed into concrete steps on the side of the Cunningham Shanor building in Butler, authorities said.

6/17/2019 Local News 0 comments

Police investigate BB gun incident

Butler police are investigating a case of aggravated assault Friday afternoon when several people were hit with BB gun pellets at a wedding party on North Washington Street.

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Motorists reminded to share road on National Ride to Work Day

Monday is National Ride to Work Day, and PennDOT is asking motorists to safely share the road with motorcycles.

6/15/2019 Local News 0 comments

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Editorial

Skate park vision realized ‘one fish dinner at a time’

The design drawing for a planned skate park in Zelienople’s Community Park might look unassuming — some concrete, a few rails and ramps and a pool-like bowl surrounded by trees and grass...

6/17/2019 Our Opinion 0 comments

Bernie’s vision of economic rights blurs orthodox view of socialism

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, a leading candidate for the Democratic nomination for president, is a man from the 1930s. If you didn’t believe that before, you certainly should believe it now.

6/17/2019 Robert Samuelson 0 comments

Lead cleanup mandates must be taken seriously

When I was a kid, my dad half-joked that the Roman Empire fell because the Romans used lead to make their pipes, thus poisoning their drinking water supply.

6/17/2019 Other Voices 0 comments

Stand with the people of Hong Kong

On first blush, the proposed legislation that sent more than a million Hong Kong residents into the streets last week and resulted in violent clashes with police may not seem like such a big deal.

6/17/2019 Other Voices 0 comments

FDR example forgotten

Over three decades, Rush Limbaugh has captivated radio audiences by injecting a daily dose of gut-wrenching incivility into the bloodstream of his misguided listeners.

6/15/2019 Letters to the Editor 0 comments