Firefighters battled a house fire early Friday morning in Murrysville.
The fire at 3475 Hills Church Road was reported shortly before 4:30 a.m., a Westmoreland County dispatcher said.
There were no initial reports of any injuries.
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The suspect, who sustained a gunshot wound to his arm, ran into the Trader Joe’s, located in the 2700 block of Hyperion Avenue, where several SWAT officers and an armored vehicle surrounded the building.
Los Angeles Fire Department officials confirmed another 20-year-old woman was transported in fair condition. It’s unclear what type of injuries she sustained.
A family reunification location for family members affected by the barricade situation is at LAPD Northeast Station, located at 3353 N. San Fernando Road. You can also call 323-561-3211.
The public is urged to avoid the area of Hyperion Avenue and Griffith Park Boulevard.
Two men are facing charges of stealing or damaging more than $8 million in rare books and materials from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh over more than two decades.
A father of two high school students who survived February’s school massacre in Parkland, Fla., was fatally shot this week by a robber, authorities said.On Friday, a 19-year-old man surrendered
On Friday, a 19-year-old man surrendered to police in connection with the death,Miami’s FOX 7 reported. Police identifed the suspect as Tyrone Fields Jr. and said he faces one count of murder and an armed robbery charge, the report said.
The victim, Ayub Ali, 61, was stocking shelves in his North Lauderdale convenience store when the suspect walked in, video footage released by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office shows.
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An argument over a handicapped parking spot at a convenience store in Florida led to a fatal shooting and the man who pulled the trigger won’t be arrested under the state’s “stand your ground” self-defense law, authorities said. and ” the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Surveillance video obtained by The Post shows McGlockton walking up to Michael Drejka, 47, who was arguing with McGlockton’s girlfriend, Britany Jacobs, 24, over a handicapped parking spot at the Circle A Food store on Sunset Point Road in Clearwater on Thursday.
Detectives from the sheriff’s office said Jacobs had parked her 2016 Chrysler 2000 in a handicapped spot without a permit before the shooting.