NORTH APOLLO BOROUGH, Pa. — A man is dead after a rollover crash in Armstrong County.
The Armstrong County Coroner said the man lost control of a 1989 Ford Mustang while traveling on Hickory Nut Road in North Apollo Borough. Officials believe the crash happened at about 2:15 a.m. Sunday.
Investigators believe the driver hit a mailbox and traveled up a driveway before hitting a tree, which caused the vehicle to roll over.The driver has been identified as 27-year-old Brady Bollinger, of Blairsville. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
North Apollo Volunteer Fire Department, Kiski Volunteer Fire Department and firefighters from Vandergrift all responded to the scene.
The monarch will use part of his private income to fund the single payment on top of his staffs’ salaries.
The Sun newspaper reported that the bonuses – to be paid on top of this month’s salary to workers including cleaners – would amount to tens of thousands of pounds and would partially come from the King’s private income.
Staff earning less than £30,000 will receive a single payment of £600, with staff earning more getting less.
Buckingham Palace declined to comment.
Senator Catherine Cortez Masto holds seat, according to projected results, giving Democrats control of the upper house.
- The Democratic Party will retain majority control of the US Senate after winning a pivotal race in Nevada
- Senator Catherine Cortez Masto is projected to defeat Republican challenger Adam Laxalt, who was endorsed by Donald Trump
- The result means Democrats will now have 50 Senate seats – with Republicans currently on 49
- Georgia is still waiting on a Senate result, and will hold a run-off election on 6 December, after neither candidate won an outright majority
- Meanwhile, Republicans appear to be inching closer to a majority in the House of Representatives
A woman who was a passenger in a vehicle that rolled over after the driver lost control along Interstate 79 in Mercer County on Friday died when another car crashed into the wreck.
Danielle J. Duncan, 19, of Pittsburgh was pronounced dead at the scene following the crash near mile marker 129 in New Vernon Township, according to state police, who said the crash happened shortly after 8 p.m.
Investigators said Duncan was wearing a seat belt.
UPDATE: We now have an ID on the man who died in this encounter.
A man was pronounced dead inside the home, according to a tweet from Pittsburgh Public Safety. A woman had been taken to the hospital in stable condition after suffering significant facial injuries.
On Friday, Allegheny County released the identity of the male victim as 52-year-old Victor Sawyer of Pittsburgh.
The women, who allegedly had a toddler with them, were taken into custody after police said they took 73 bottles of perfume from Nordstrom at Ross Park Mall.
Stephanie Hopkins, of Pittsburgh, and De Siree Riley, of McKees Rocks, were taken into custody after allegedly taking 76 bottles of perfume from Nordstrom at Ross Park Mall.
Ross Township police were called around 7:30 p.m. Thursday for a report of a retail theft. An officer was given a description of the women, who reportedly had a toddler with them, and of the car Hopkins was allegedly driving.According to the complaint, the officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop but Hopkins fled.
Hopkins is charged with two counts of retail theft, endangering the welfare of children, possessing an instrument of crime, fleeing or attempting to elude an officer, driving with a suspended license, failure to stop at a red light and reckless driving.
Riley is charged with two counts of retail theft and possessing an instrument of crime.
They are awaiting arraignment.
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An employee says the man threw her to the ground while trying to bring the car into the garage.
Swift announced on social media Friday that in addition to her original June 17, 2023, stop, she’ll be here for another performance.
A judge has dismissed all charges against a 15-year-old arrested in connection with the shooting at Kennywood Park back in September.
At a hearing Wednesday, the judge said there’s not enough evidence to support the charges against the teen.Investigators testified that gunshot residue was found on the teen’s clothing, along with a bullet hole in the clothes. Investigators believed the teen fired a handgun from underneath his clothes the night of the shooting.
The handgun investigators believe was used by the teen was found at the scene on the night of the shooting, but investigators said there was no DNA or fingerprint evidence on the gun or magazine linking the weapon to the teen.
A Butler man has pleaded guilty in federal court in Pittsburgh to possessing drugs, including fentanyl, last year in Duquesne.
Gerry Lee Kendall, 41, pleaded guilty before Senior District Court Judge Arthur J. Schwab on a charge of possessing 10 grams or more of a drug mixture containing fluorofentanyl and fentanyl.
PITTSBURGH — One person was transported to a local hospital after a vehicle crashed into a utility pole overnight in the area of Grant Street and Fort Pitt Boulevard.
The crash occurred around 2:15 a.m.
EMS transported the person, who was in critical condition, according to Pittsburgh Public Safety.
Channel 11 was there when first responders worked to clear the scene. The car was severely damaged by the impact.
Date: November 9, 2022
Incident Type: Arrest
One person is facing homicide charges for the shooting of a man in Zone 6 on Lakewood Drive on October 1, 2022.
40-year-old Donte Brewer was apprehended on November 9, 2022 by the Pittsburgh Police and US Marshalls Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force.
Brewer is charged with Criminal Homicide, tampering with evidence and firearms violations
He is in the Allegheny County Jail.
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Public Regional Transit police’s initial investigation found that the driver of the Jeep crossed the center line.
Chopper 11 was over the scene and captured crews as they worked to clear the crash, which occurred near Allequippa Street and Sutherland Drive.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.
A deadly shooting in the 1900 block of Cochran Road in Scott Township on Wednesday came after a Taco Bell employee was disciplined by his manager.
Multiple emergency vehicles could be seen in the parking lot of Northwestern Mutual near the intersection with Greentree Road. This area was shut down for hours but has since reopened.
Two sources with knowledge of the situation tell Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 that a man ran into the building, and another man, chasing after him, followed him inside and shot and killed him. The shooting happened around 12:07 p.m.
Police confirm officers found a man shot in the foyer.
UPDATE: There are reports a man was shot and killed inside a business on Cochran Road.
A school is on lockdown and several businesses have evacuated after a SWAT incident has developed in Scott Twp. Allegheny County Police say that there are road closures at the intersection of Cochran and Green Tree Road.
PITTSBURGH — The person shot and killed Tuesday in Pittsburgh’s Knoxville neighborhood has been identified.
Brandon Robinson Jr., 19, of Pittsburgh, was shot in the area of Roll and Reifert streets around 6:35 p.m, according to the Allegheny County medical examiner.
Pittsburgh police said there were two ShotSpotter alerts registered to the area, one on the 200 block of Wilbur Street and the other in the 1000 block of Brownsville Road.Robinson was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Mobile Crime Unit arrived and processed the scene.
Violent Crime Unit is handling the investigation, which is ongoing.
The U.S. Republican party looks favored to win a midterm election victory, giving it back control of the House of Representatives when the next session of Congress begins in January.
Control of the US Congress hung in the balance on Wednesday after Democrats put up an unexpectedly strong fight in the midterm elections, while Republicans insisted they were on course to take back at least the House of Representatives. Republicans notched up a string of convincing victories, particularly in Florida, where governor Ron DeSantis cruised to re-election by a 20-point margin.
But while the House appeared to be within the grasp of Republicans, control of the Senate remained too close to call, as Democrats appeared to stave off the worst-case scenario that many polls had predicted.
Timothy L. Glover, Jr., of Roscoe Borough, was riding his motorcycle traveling west on Route 31 near Zemba Lane in East Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, when he failed to negotiate a left curve in the roadway, according to the county coroner’s report.
Deputy Coroner Cara L. Shaffer pronounced him dead at the scene.
Pennsylvania State Police Greensburg Barracks also investigated.
State police confirmed that Glover worked out of the barracks in Uniontown.
A funeral service is planned for Saturday at David J. Henney Funeral Home in Library.
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A 2-year-old has died after falling into a Bethel Park pond over the weekend, police said.
PA Supreme Court issues order defining “incorrect dates” on ballots
Even as people are returning their mail-in ballot at the last minute at the Allegheny County Election Division office at the County Office Building in Downtown Pittsburgh, some of about 1,000 other people have gotten late word about a problem with the dating on their mail-in ballot envelopes.
That left them scrambling at the last minute to correct the problem.
At least 1 person was flown to a hospital and a man is in custody after a shooting at a Beaver County shopping plaza, investigators say.
A suspect was taken into custody on Wagner Road near the Lowe’s at around 7:36 p.m. on Sunday night.
Police said both men were in their 20s and believe they knew each other.
“The individual who we believe was involved in the shooting and who committed the offense ran in a direction through our officers, Beaver County Sheriff’s Department, Monaca officers, as well as a slew of other additional responding officers. we were able to set up a perimeter. The officers were able to chase the individual and apprehend him in custody in an adjacent neighborhood,” said Center Township Police Capt. John Hall.
The Walmart was put on lockdown when the shooting happened, and students at the nearby Penn State Beaver campus were asked to remain indoors at the time. Students who were off campus were asked to avoid it.
Penn State Beaver lifted its advisory at around 7:52 p.m.
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A record-shattering $1.9 billion jackpot is tempting those who normally pass on playing the lotter. Here is how to play Powerball.
When is the next drawing?
The next Powerball drawing is Monday Nov. 7 at 10:59 p.m. ET. It will be livestreamed at Powerball.com.
How to play Powerball
Tickets are $2 a pop. You select five white ball numbers from 1-69 and one red “powerball” number from 1-26, according to Oregon Lottery. You can also opt for a “quick pick” that randomly selects the numbers for you.
For an extra $1, you can opt into “Powerplay,” which multiplies non-jackpot winning prizes by a factor of 2, 3, 4, 5 or 10.
To win the grand prize, you have to match all six numbers, which includes five white ball numbers and one red ‘powerball’ number.
The 2022 midterm elections are shaping up to be some of the most consequential in the nation’s history, with control of Congress at stake.
All 435 seats in the House and 35 of 100 seats in the Senate are on the ballot, as well as several influential gubernatorial elections in battleground states like Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Democrats are defending their narrow majorities in both chambers. Republican control of either the House or Senate would be enough to curtail most of President Joe Biden’s agenda, and would likely result in investigations against his administration and even his family.
Shooting happened late Sunday night
Pittsburgh Police were called to the the 900 block of Millerdale Street following reports of multiple shots fired just before 11:45 p.m.
Officers located a male with gunshot wounds inside a vehicle. He was pronounced deceased by medics on scene.
Violent Crime Unit detectives are investigating.
No arrests so far as of Monday morning.
BREAKING NEWS: A male is dead after police said he crashed his car and then fled from police before crashing three more times in Pittsburgh’s Marshall-Shadeland neighborhood.
Police said the driver came to and spoke with the officers through the window.
During this exchange, the responding officers saw a large quantity of narcotics on the driver’s lap and asked him to step out of the vehicle.
According to police, the driver rolled his window up and fled, hitting an unoccupied patrol car head-on and traveling southbound on Beaver Avenue at a high rate of speed.
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Police said the car then hit a light standard on Island Avenue before crashing into a wall and catching fire.
The fire was put out and the driver was extricated from the car. He was taken to a hospital in critical condition and later died.
The Collision Investigation Unit is investigating.
The world record lottery jackpot grew to $1.9 billion since nobody matched the winning Powerball numbers Saturday..