Contractor faces mounting allegations for taking money, not finishing projects

Jenereski said he found out Sheasley wasn’t coming back to complete the work from a subcontractor.

Christian Sheasley, who faces mounting allegations from multiple people claiming he took their money for remodeling jobs and never completed the work, attempted to hide his face as he walked into Magistrate Tom Swan’s courtroom Thursday.

Stanley Jenereski told Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 he paid Sheasley more than $27,000 for work in his Gibsonia kitchen.

Source: Contractor faces mounting allegations for taking money, not finishing projects

Teacher arrested after she waited to have sex with a student in a candlelit room, authorities say

An Oklahoma teacher is accused of having sex with a high school student

Hunter Day, who officers say admitted to having a sexual relationship with the boy, is charged with rape in the second degree, possession of child pornography and soliciting sex from a minor using technology, Canadian County Sheriff’s Office officials said in a statement posted on Facebook. Day is being held on $85,000 bail.

Source: Teacher arrested after she waited to have sex with a student in a candlelit room, authorities say

CDC Press Releases

Take a look at the latest and archived public health news releases published by the CDC.

Just 1 in 10 adults meet the federal fruit or vegetable recommendations, according to a new study published today in CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR).

Depending on their age and sex federal guidelines recommend that adults eat at least 1½ to 2 cups per day of fruit and 2 to 3 cups per day of vegetables as part of a healthy eating pattern. Yet in 2015, just 9 percent of adults met the intake recommendations for vegetables, ranging from 6 percent in West Virginia to 12 percent in Alaska. Only 12 percent of adults met the recommendations for fruit, ranging from 7 percent in West Virginia to 16 percent in Washington, D.C. Results showed that consumption was lower among men, young adults, and adults living in poverty.

Source: CDC Press Releases

Manhunt grows for killer of New Kensington officer Brian Shaw

New Kensington Patrolman Brian Shaw leans out of his police car to talk with a small boy last month.

Shaw, 25, was shot after pulling over an SUV near the 1200 block of Leishman Street at about 8:10 p.m. Friday, leading to a massive manhunt throughout New Kensington and nearby communities.

As an update the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives is offering a $5,000 reward for the identity and arrest of the individual responsible for killing New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw.

Source: Manhunt grows for killer of New Kensington officer Brian Shaw

Millions Of Dollars Go Uncollected: Here’s How To Cash In On Class Action Lawsuits

Thousands of class action lawsuits are filed and settled every year with cash awards to every member of the class, if they can be found.

There are at least five websites that track class action lawsuits and make it easy for you to file for a rebate.

For more information, visit these links:

Source: Millions Of Dollars Go Uncollected: Here’s How To Cash In On Class Action Lawsuits

WILLIAM PENN HIGHWAY: Tractor trailer plows into several vehicles in Churchill

Channel 11 has learned nine people have been injured and two taken to Pittsburgh hospitals in serious condition.

Investigators said nine cars are involved in the crash in addition to the tractor-trailer.

Investigators tell WPXI’s Damany Lewis the driver told them the truck’s brakes did not work.

Source: WILLIAM PENN HIGHWAY: Tractor trailer plows into several vehicles in Churchill

The truth behind the ‘first marijuana overdose death’

Thomas Nappe, who co-authored the report with Dr. Christopher Hoyte, explained that the doctors simply observed this unusual sequence of events, documented it and alerted the medical community that it is worth studying a possible relationship between cannabis and the child’s cause of death, myocarditis, or inflammation of the heart muscle.

Source: The truth behind the ‘first marijuana overdose death’

‘The Addams Family’ takes to the Geyer Performing Arts Center stage | TribLIVE

The strange but lovable extended family will take the stage Nov. 16 to 19 at Geyer Performing Arts Center in Scottdale.

Source: ‘The Addams Family’ takes to the Geyer Performing Arts Center stage | TribLIVE

Presented by AAFC – In the kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, to be sad is to be happy, to feel pain is to feel joy, and death and suffering are the stuff of their dreams.

It's a Wonderful Life

DEC
14
TO DEC 17

It’s A Wonderful Life

December 14-16 @ 7:30 & December 17 @ 2:30

The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descent on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him—by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born—

How this $100M da Vinci masterpiece flew under the radar for centuries | New York Post

.It was hanging in Buckingham Palace back when it was still called Buckingham House in 1703.It survived the Nazis’ 1940 London bombings.

The long, strange journey of Leonardo da Vinci’s masterwork “Salvator Mundi” takes its next turn Wednesday at Christie’s, when it goes under the hammer for a hoped-for $100 million.

Source: How this $100M da Vinci masterpiece flew under the radar for centuries | New York Post

5.4 quake in southeast South Korea causes some minor damage – ABC News

Debris from a collapsed wall is scattered in front of a shop after an earthquake in Pohang, South Korea, Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. A 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck off South Korea’s southeastern coast Wednesday afternoon, but no casualties were immediately reported. (Min Kyung-suck/Newsis via AP)

The quake was centered off the coast about 9.3 kilometers (5.8 miles) northwest of the port city of Pohang, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. South Korea’s state-run Korea Meteorological Administration measured the quake at the same strength but said the epicenter was inside Pohang.

Source: 5.4 quake in southeast South Korea causes some minor damage – ABC News