News Live 365: October 16th, 2018

More Highlights from Legislative Breakfast

At last Friday’s legislative breakfast held by the Clarion Area Chamber of Commerce Political Candidates each had a few minutes to make some remarks to the attendees. Senate Candidate Dale Kerns from the Libertarian Party talked about his platform and how he feels Democrats tax too much and Republicans are too involved in people’s personal lives. In the Pennsylvania House race for the 63rd district incumbent State Representative Donna Oberlander talked up her conservative credentials, and her opponent Conrad Warner focused his time on education and careers. Pennsylvania’s 63rd district includes Clarion County and parts of both Armstrong and Forest Counties.


Saegertown Man Stabs Friend During Argument

PSP Meadville
A Saegertown man faces charges of aggravated assault after stabbing his friend in the head on Sunday. Shortly after 3:30 in the afternoon the unnamed 58 year old man was at his home when stabbed a Meadville man in the head during an argument. State Police did not indicate the reason for the altercation or what weapon was used. The victim was taken to UPMC Hamot.


Missing or Stolen Firearm Sough

PSP Franklin
The Franklin State Police have been alerted to a lost or stolen firearm. The weapon is an all black Smith and Wesson .38 Bodyguard with a clip. If you have information please contact the Franklin State Police and refer to incident PA 2018-1172298.


Hazing Bill to Become Law

Radio PA
Governor Tom Wolf has announced he will be signing into law the new anti-hazing bill which just passed through the State Senate. The bill is a comprehensive rewrite of existing anti-hazing law in the Commonwealth inspired by the hazing death of 19 year old Tim Piazza at Penn State.