Attorney Sidney Powell files lawsuit seeking Georgia election results be decertified, awarded to Trump | Fox News

Attorney Sidney Powell filed a lawsuit in Georgia on Wednesday evening alleging “massive election fraud” that changed the state’s results in the 2020 election.

Source: Attorney Sidney Powell files lawsuit seeking Georgia election results be decertified, awarded to Trump | Fox News

Man found dead on NYC subway – New York Daily News

Hector Ortiz, 46, was found slumped over a seat inside the F train car at the Stillwell Ave. station in Coney Island around 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

Source: Man found dead on NYC subway – New York Daily News

Crews called to Dollar General for gunshot wound | News | tribdem.com

The Johnstown Police Department is investigating a shooting within the city Wednesday.

7th Ward Ambulance and officers were called to the Dollar General Store, at 641 Main St., around 5 p.m. for an individual with a single gunshot wound to his hand.

It was unclear how the person received the injury or where it had occurred, police said.

The Dollar General was only the reporting location.

Authorities are attempting to verify the validity of the victim’s story.

Source: Crews called to Dollar General for gunshot wound | News | tribdem.com

911: Somerset County crews respond to vehicle vs. pedestrian crash on PA Turnpike | WJAC

Emergency crews were called to the Pennsylvania Turnpike Friday afternoon after a vehicle versus pedestrian crash, according to Somerset County 911.

Officials say the crash happened westbound near mile marker 114, near the Somerset Exit.

State police say one person was taken to Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center with unknown injuries.

Source: 911: Somerset County crews respond to vehicle vs. pedestrian crash on PA Turnpike | WJAC

1 dead in crash in Franklin Township, Beaver County

One person died in a two-vehicle crash Thursday evening in Franklin Township, Beaver County.

Police said the driver of one of the vehicles died. The coroner identified the victim as James Cunningham, 38, of the Butler area.

Three people were taken to a Pittsburgh hospital, and a fourth person was taken to Butler Memorial Hospital, police said.

No information about the conditions of the patients was available.

The cause of the crash has not yet been determined.

Source: 1 dead in crash in Franklin Township, Beaver County

2 Pittsburgh businesses robbed within hours overnight, police investigating

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh police are investigating two separate robberies that happened at businesses early Friday.

According to investigators, the first incident was around 2 a.m. in North Oakland. Police said a man entered a store in the 100 block of North Craig Street, went behind the counter and smashed the register — stealing less than $100.

He ran from the store, and no one was injured. Officers are looking at surveillance video of the robbery, but no arrests have been made.

About three hours later in Banksville, police said a man went behind the counter at a store in the 2900 block of Banksville Road, grabbed a pair of scissors and demanded the store clerk give him money from the registers.

That man stole an “undetermined amount” of cash before running out of the store, police said.No one was hurt, and there is also surveillance footage being reviewed during the investigation.

These incidents are not related, and no information was released about possible suspects in each case.

Source: 2 Pittsburgh businesses robbed within hours overnight, police investigating

In Harsh Rebuke, Appeals Court Rejects President Trump’s Election Challenge in Pennsylvania – The New York Times

“Voters, not lawyers, choose the president,” a judge for the Third Circuit Court of Appeals wrote in the 21-page repudiation of President Trump’s legal effort to halt Pennsylvania’s certification process.

Source: In Harsh Rebuke, Appeals Court Rejects President Trump’s Election Challenge in Pennsylvania – The New York Times

Los Angeles issues stay-home order as coronavirus surges – POLITICO

Los Angeles County announced a new stay-home order Friday as coronavirus cases surge out of control in the nation’s most populous county.

The three-week order takes effect Monday. It came as the county confirmed 24 new deaths and 4,544 new cases of COVID-19. The five-day average of new cases was 4,751.

Nearly 2,000 people in the county are hospitalized.“We know we are asking a lot from so many who have been sacrificing for months on end,” Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said. “Acting with collective urgency right now is essential if we want to put a stop to this surge.”The order advises residents to stay home “as much as possible” and to wear a face covering when they go out. It bans people from gathering with people who aren’t in their households, whether publicly or privately.

Source: Los Angeles issues stay-home order as coronavirus surges – POLITICO

Steelers practice canceled as team awaits NFL decision on game Sunday vs. Ravens | TribLIVE.com

Coach Mike Tomlin canceled practice for the Pittsburgh Steelers on Friday as the team awaits a decision from the NFL on whether the game Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens will be played.

The game is in danger of being postponed for a second time because of the coronavirus outbreak in the Ravens locker room.

Source: Steelers practice canceled as team awaits NFL decision on game Sunday vs. Ravens | TribLIVE.com

Portland police arrest 3 for Thanksgiving Day vandalism spree; ‘at least’ 10 businesses damaged | Fox News

Three people were arrested in Portland after police say they caused “thousands” of dollars worth of damage vandalizing at least 10 businesses in the wee hours of Thanksgiving Day, police said.

The Portland Police Bureau said officers responded to reports of a group of people smashing windows and spray-painting graffiti on buildings starting shortly before 1:25 a.m. Thursday.

According to authorities, callers reported seeing a group of people who were dressed in black clothing and “breaking out windows” as they made their way west along Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard in the southeast section of the Oregon city. When police arrived, they found damage to at least 10 businesses and storefronts.

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Source: Portland police arrest 3 for Thanksgiving Day vandalism spree; ‘at least’ 10 businesses damaged | Fox News