BLAIRSVILLE, Pa. —
Pennsylvania State Police in Indiana are searching for a woman who has been missing for more than two weeks.
Jodi Leary, 45, of Blairsville, was last seen March 3 in the Blairsville area.
Kittanning police said in a Facebook post shortly after 12:30 a.m. that Stoner was “found safe and sound,” the case is closed and foul play is not suspected.
UPDATE: Pittsburgh Police said Webb was located on Monday and returned to her home.
Thousands of people in southern Thailand are emerging from shelter after the region’s worst storm in 30 years passed into the Andaman Sea.
Storm Pabuk left Thailand at about midnight GMT on Friday after causing widespread flooding and blackouts. One fisherman died and one is missing.
The main tourist islands such as Koh Samui were spared the worst.
Flights and ferries are now resuming but tourists face delays due to a backlog of services.
The latest information on Tropical Storm Pabuk puts its peak wind speed at about 65km/h (40mph).
Tarentum police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 15-year-old girl who they said ran away from home.
According to a Facebook post from the Tarentum Borough Police Department’s Facebook page, Kazmir Jones left her residence at approximately 1:50 a.m. Wednesday.Anyone with information is asked to call Tarentum police at 724-224-1515.
Officials in the city, in the Urals region, say a gas leak caused the blast. About 40 people are missing.
President Vladimir Putin has arrived in the city to assess the situation.
The building was home to 120 people, and 48 flats collapsed in the blast.
It is a race against time to find survivors, as the temperature in the industrial city is -17C. Few if any are expected to be pulled from the rubble.
According to state police, 17-year-old Brenna Lynn Upholster, of Greensburg, was last seen at her home on Thanksgiving Day.
State police say Upholster is believed to be with 20-year-old Noah Loughner, who lives in Plum Borough.
Loughner is believed to be driving a silver Honda Odyssey with a Pennsylvania license plate reading KSS9695.
Anyone who sees Upholster or has information about her whereabouts is asked to call State Police in Greensburg at (724) 832-3288.
Over the last few days the number of people unaccounted for in the deadly Camp Fire in northern California has skyrocketed to more than 1,200.
The sudden jump has led to some confusion among locals and officials alike.
The confirmed death toll of 76 is already a state record, so could this huge number of missing people really still be added to that?
The answer is not so simple, as authorities in the worst-hit area, Butte County, have openly admitted.
On Friday, when the list first soared to over 1,000, Sheriff Kory Honea described the database as “dynamic”.