The money is intended to be used toward accomplishing the goals outlined in Wolf’s campaign plan. The goals include:1. Improve awareness, prevention, reporting, and response systems regarding sexual violence in schools, colleges and universities to better serve all students.
2. Remove/reduce barriers that prevent survivors of sexual violence from reporting and/or accessing vital resources by creating a more consistent, empowering reporting process for student survivors of gender based violence.
3. Demonstrate significant, proactive, and sustainable leadership to change campus culture by challenging Pennsylvania’s education leaders — including college and university presidents, superintendents — as well as students, teachers, faculty, staff, families, and communities to pledge to improve their institutions’ climate.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Rescue workers pulled a woman, injured but alive, from the rubble of a building that had collapsed nearly three hours earlier Friday in South Dakota’s largest city.
Crews continued searching for a second person believed to be trapped under the debris of the brick building in downtown Sioux Falls. The woman, 22, was rushed to the hospital.
“She’s alive and well. Does have some injuries to her legs. We don’t know the extent of that at this time,” said Sioux Falls emergency manager Regan Smith.
Bountiful • After a 15-year-old Mueller Park Junior High School student fired a shotgun blast inside a classroom Thursday morning and was then apprehended by his own parents, fellow student Calvin Smith said he wanted to cry.
“It was scary,” Smith said.”It was terrifying.”
Smith was in a 9th grade earth science class, which had just begun, when the alleged shooter, also a 15-year-old boy, entered the classroom, pointed the shotgun at the ceiling and fired.
Smith said the alleged shooter, wearing a large black trench-style coat, then stood for a few seconds, glowering angrily, as another student pleaded: “You don’t want to do this.”
The White House and the Pentagon on Thursday respectively announced support for requiring women in the U.S. to register for the military draft when they turn 18, USA Today reports.
The announcement makes Barack Obama the first president since Jimmy Carter to endorse universal registration for the Selective Service. The White House previously was pretty neutral on the subject, but in a new statement to USA Today, Ned Price, a spokesman for the National Security Council, revealed the administration had changed its stance:
67-year-old Louie Cagnacci was found with head trauma, seven broken ribs, a punctured lung, a broken collar bone, and bruises on his back. Investigators initially could not say if he was assaulted or if he was hit by a car.
“Please, contact the police. Come forward if you know anything,” said Sharon Krivansky, a cousin of Cagnacci in a Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 interview.
East Pittsburgh Police Chief Lori Fruncek said Cagnacci was found around 9 p.m. Wednesday, near the intersection of Center and Main. A passenger in a passing car saw Cagnacci lying in the middle of the street and dragged him to the side of the road to prevent him being hit by any passing car. The good samaritan called police and paramedics to the scene.
Serial sexter Anthony Weiner has been whacked with big fines for the improper use of 2013 mayoral campaign funds — including to pay for a personal cell phone.
An audit by the Campaign Finance Board found that Weiner’s campaign committee expensed two mobile lines — one of which the disgraced pol said was used for fundraising.
But auditors concluded that “because this line remained the Candidate’s personal phone from May-September 2013, its usage is presumed to be personal.”
The CFB hit the campaign for that and other irregularities to the tune of nearly $65,000 in penalties.
The multiple shooting happened in the area of Duvall Avenue and Garrison Boulevard.
Aside from the surviving victims, Smith said police aren’t yet aware of any witnesses to the act, and don’t have a detailed description on the gunman, except that he was a black male wearing dark clothing, including a hooded sweatshirt. Smith said the shooting may be connected to another one in the area in the last several days.
“This is probably an act of retaliatory violence that we often speak about,” Smith said.
Anyone with information is asked to call or text 443-902-4824, call homicide detectives at 410-396-2100 or call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7-LOCKUP.