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  • Shelby County Sheriff: wanted man and missing Tennessee teen spotted

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — WREG News Channel 3 is reporting that Shelby County Sheriff’s Office confirmed they have received a report a man wanted in connection to the disappearance of Elizabeth Thomas has been spotted. According to the report,Tad Cummins and Elizabeth were spotted at a gas station at 398 New Byhalia Road around 12:45 Thursday. The man who spotted them said he saw Cummins first but didn’t recognize him at first. He finally made the connection, he said, when he […]

  • Poll: Which do you think is safer – highways or roads?

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is investigating how to make travelers safer on roadways. Department officials met Thursday to address safety concerns, and to seek possible solutions. One of the main topics of discussion was whether constructing cable wires on Interstates to prevent further damages from roll overs would be beneficial. The ideas have not yet been presented to the public. Which do you think are safer – highways or roads?  

  • Watch: Facebook LIVE ‘Digital Discussion on Veterans’

    If you were unable to join us Tuesday, March 29, here is our exclusive Facebook LIVE, ‘Digital Discussion on Veterans.’ Evan Forrester and Jackie De Tore were joined by a panel of experts, who answered our Facebook followers questions on veterans’ issues.

  • Poll: Should internet-service providers be able to sell web-browsing data without a customer’s permission?

    The U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday narrowly voted to pass deregulating Federal Communications Commission online privacy rules. The majority vote cast was 215-205 affecting internet service providers and customers’ personal information. Pennsylvania Congressman Mike Doyle, a Pittsburgh Democrat, lead the charge against passing of the bill. Despite his efforts, lawmakers remain split on its merit. Proponents of the bill, expected to be signed into law by President Donald Trump, explain that FCC regulations perpetuate fear, instead of provide privacy. Most internet-service […]

  • Jury selected for Eric Frien trooper shooting case

    WEST CHESTER, Pa. — WNEP is reporting that the jury for the trial of accused killer Eric Frein is complete. That is according to the Pike County District Attorney’s office. The trial will be held in Chester County. Frein is accused of the ambush shooting of two state troopers in Pike County in 2014, leaving one trooper dead and another severely wounded. Frein then led authorities on a 48-day manhunt. Lawyers selected 12 jurors and six alternates to hear the […]

  • Poll: Do you favor or oppose sanctuary cities?

    From California to Pennsylvania, Americans seemingly are shifting their viewpoints on their support of sanctuary cities. Elected officials in many local communities have said they are sanctuaries for illegal immigrants. Local leaders have publicly said they refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday announced the Trump administration is taking steps to use federal funds to crack down on ‘sanctuary cities.’ The news came shortly after the Trump administration has made concerted efforts to […]

  • U.S. Secret Service clears suspicious package, road closures lifted

    United States Secret Service tweeted Tuesday morning that they were investigating a suspicious package left near the White House. Nearly an hour later, they again tweeted that package had been cleared. All road closures that were affected by the package were lifted. Developing story. Suspicious package near @WhiteHouse grounds cleared. All road closures related to this incident are lifted. — U.S. Secret Service (@SecretService) March 28, 2017 Suspicious package investigation continues; suspect in custody! — U.S. Secret Service (@SecretService) […]

  • Pennsylvania Congressman applauds White House for cutting off certain federal grants to ‘sanctuary cities’

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlined Monday how the Trump administration will use federal funds to crack down on “sanctuary cities” and states that choose not to comply with federal immigration laws, as it has threatened to do since January. The comments came after the Trump administration has made a concerted effort to pressure the so-called “sanctuary” jurisdictions as part of its aggressive push to enforce immigration laws. The term refers to jurisdictions like major cities including Los Angeles, Chicago and […]

  • Poll: Do you support more military action against the Islamic State?

    Within the first 100 days of President Donald Trump’s administration, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al Abadi said in a “Fox News Sunday” interview that he thinks his country will defeat Islamic State military forces “within weeks.” Iraqi and coalition forces have increasingly turned to artillery and airstrikes in their fight against the terrorist organization. Backed by a U.S.-led international coalition, Fox News reported, Iraqi forces earlier this year drove ISIS fighters from the eastern part of Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city. The […]

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