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Two Injured in Motorcycle Crash

Two people suffered serious injuries Tuesday afternoon when their motorcycle struck a deer on Route 44 in Potter County.  Police say the bike, operated by 58 year-old Timothy Mengle, hit the deer, went off the roadway, up an embankment and struck a utility pole.  Mengle and his wife, 53 year-old…

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Police Find Safe in Potter County

Police say a white sentry 1170 safe was found along with some personal items over an embankment off Route 144 near Kettle Creek in Potter County.  They say the victim is unknown at this point of the investigation.  Anyone with information should contact Coudersport-based state police at 814-274-8690.

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Man Facing More Than 2,500 Child Sex-Related Charges

A 50-year-old man is facing more than 2,500 counts of child sex abuse for incidents involving two girls over a five-year period in Jefferson County. State police say John DeFluri of Montgomery in Lycoming County raped the girls between January of 2010 and December of 2015 at a number of…

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Gov. Wolf Touring Northern PA

Governor Tom Wolf is making stops north of Interstate 80 this week — and not in Erie. In fact, he even has a stop planned for McKean County. “I’m very excited to be in Northern Pennsylvania to hear directly from residents and business leaders about some of the work the…

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College President: Education Can Change Entire Communities

The president of the new Rural Regional College of Northern Pennsylvania made his way around the area on Tuesday to talk about what the new venture offers besides the actual courses. Dr. Joseph Nairn says education can change the entire outlook and future of a community. The cost is $180…

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Pitt-Bradford Expands Criminal Justice Program in Ireland

Dr. Patricia Brougham is working to put the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford on the map – in Ireland. An associate professor of criminal justice, Brougham has been leading and expanding a comparative justice study abroad program for Pitt students in the Emerald Isle. Students from all five Pitt campuses…

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Roadwork Scheduled in Olean

Get ready for more roadwork in Olean. This time it’s only supposed to last for a day — on Friday. The city will be replacing the traffic loops at the intersection of West State and North 4th Street, which will require closing North 4th Street from West State to Putnam…

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Allegany Man Charged After Domestic

A man was arrested after his 9-year-old ran from a home and called 911 about a domestic dispute. Police were called to the Colonial Village Trailer Park on Route 417 in Allegany Tuesday night and learned that 40-year-old Sammy McDaniel returned home drunk and started a fight with a woman.…

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Wilcox Woman Hurt in Crash

A Wilcox woman was injured Sunday night in a one vehicle accident on Long Level Road in Elk County.  Police say the vehicle, operated by 54 year-old Melissa Brawand, went off the roadway when she experience a medical emergency, struck a tree and flipped.  Brawand had to be extricated from…

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New Tech for Airplanes

A new and revolutionary technology could be coming to all aircraft in the near future .  Dr, Junaid Zubairi, a professor of Computer and Information Sciences at the State University of New York at Fredonia , has developed a flight data tracker.  The flight data tracker transmits real-time flight information…

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