News Live 365: April 4th, 2018

Dog Licenses and Rabies Clinic at Cooperstown VFD

Office of Venango County Treasurer Deborah Verne
On Saturday April 7th from 9 until 11am dog licenses and sportsman’s firearms permits for Venango County can be obtained at the Cooperstown Volunteer Fire Department. There will also be a rabies clinic hosted at the same time with rabies vaccines costing only $15. Vaccines for Lyme, Kennel Cough, and other common pet diseases will also be available.

 

Slow Traffic Keep Right

PSP Clarion
A tractor trailer crash on I-80 was caused by a driver moving too slowly in the passing lane. Steven Jochimsen of Cedar Rapids Iowa barely avoiding running down a car that merged into the left lane while traveling below the speed limit near the Clarion Exit. He instead drove his semi into a guard rail which disabled his truck and held up Interstate traffic.

 

Defense Brings New Witnesses and Evidence in Bill Cosby Trial

The number of jurors sitting on the retrial of Bill Cosby is now up to 7, but the big news surrounding the case today involves two new important details for the defense. Cosby’s defense team has a new key witness in Marguerite Jackson who will testify that the accuser Andrea Constand told her she wanted to frame a celebrity in 2005. Also the dollar amount of a 2006 settlement between Constand and Cosby will be allowed to revealed to jurors.