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Vending Machine Vandals on the Loose

Vending machine vandals are on the loose in Cameron and Elk counties.Earlier this week someone went to Cameron County Little League Complex and attempted to get into three vending machines owned by Pepsi Beverage Company of St. Marys. They were only able to get into one machine, and stole about…

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Alleged Predator Back in Warren County

The man accused of trying to lure an 11-year-old into a portable toilet at the Sugar Grove Elementary School is back in Warren County.40-year-old David Lopus of Ashville, New York, was picked up at a homeless shelter in Cleveland, Ohio, last Thursday. Today, state police and Conewango Township police brought…

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Man Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Charges

An Olean man accused of having sex with a child younger than 11 pleaded not guilty this morning in Cattaraugus County Court.37-year-old Alex Belec also allegedly recorded people dressing or undressing between 2006 and 2007, according to District Attorney Lori Rieman.He’s charged with sexual abuse, course of sexual conduct against…

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Bradford Man Arrested in Salamanca

A Bradford man is facing charges following a traffic stop in Salamanca over the weekend.Sheriff’s deputies say they stopped 23-year-old Andrew Ludwig and learned that his driving privileges in New York and Pennsylvania had been suspended. When he was arrested they also found that he was in possession of suboxone…

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Man Dies in Corydon Township Crash

A Bradford man is dead following a motorcycle accident Tuesday on West Washington Street in Corydon Township.State Police say 41 year-old Robert Cox lost control of his bike on a curve, went off the road and hit an embankment. Cox was pronounced dead at the scene. Police say he was…

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Senator Applauds Pitt, Penn State

HARRISBURG — State Sen. John N. Wozniak on Tuesday praised the resumption of the 96-year-old Pitt-Penn State football rivalry. “While games have been scheduled for 2016 and 2017, I am hopeful the schools will continue to work toward permanently resuming the rivalry,” Wozniak said. The Cambria County lawmaker has continually…

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Fatal Crash in Town of Gerry

A Sinclairville man is dead following an ATV accident early this morning in the Town of Gerry.Sheriff’s deputies say a passerby on Nobles Road came upon the accident at just before 1 a.m. and called 911. Their investigation showed that 43-year-old Hanley Josephson failed to negotiate a curve, went off…

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Scarnati Supports Tighter Restrictions for Abortion Clinics

Senator Joe Scarnati (R-Jefferson) today voted for legislation that would set stricter regulations for abortion clinics in Pennsylvania. Senate Bill 732 was introduced following a grand jury investigation of an abortion clinic in Philadelphia which had gone uninspected for 17 years and was operating under unsanitary and criminal conditions. The…

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No More Smoking at The Ralph

If there is an NFL season this year, Bills fans will have an hour less tailgating time before the game, and they won’t be able to smoke inside the stadium.The Bills announced today that they will be opening the parking lot gates four hours before a game, instead of five…

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Pitt, Penn State to Meet on Gridiron

One of the nation’s fiercest football rivalries will be renewed as Penn State and the University of Pittsburgh have agreed to meet on the gridiron again.The first game will be September 10, 2016, in Pittsburgh. The next will be September 16, 2017, in Beaver Stadium.The teams have met 96 times…