News Live 365: December 6th, 2018

Man Charged with Strangulation After Fight

PSP Meadville
A Meadville man is charged with crimes after allegedly choking a woman during an argument. State Police charged Timothy Hunter with Strangulation after he allegedly grabbed Stephanie Kuo of Meadville by the neck during a domestic dispute in East Fairfield Township, Crawford County.

 

Spartansburg Man Overdoses

PSP Corry
The identity of a Spartansburg man hospitalized after a drug overdose on Monday has not been released by authorities. The 53 year old man was taken from his home to Corry Hospital for medical treatment after taking a large amount of medication in order to attempt suicide.

 

PA Education Department Chastised by Feds

Radio PA
The Bureau of Special Education has ordered the Pennsylvania Department of Education to issue new guidelines about homeless students with disabilities. This order comes after some students in the Philadelphia area were not being properly looked after and many school districts did not have an adequate system to keep track of disabled students. Federal law requires school districts to find surrogate parents for homeless students, or students that live alone, and are in the special education program.

 

Driver Fled Scene of Accident

PSP Meadville
The driver of a 2002 Ford Taurus left the scene of an accident after totalling their car on an icy patch of Route 19 in Crawford County. While traveling south in Cambridge Township at about 8:40 Monday night the car left the road and collided with two trees. The driver left before State Troopers arrived.

 

Edinboro University Prepares for Last Graduation Ceremony of 2018

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
On Saturday December 15th Edinboro University will hold its final graduate and undergraduate ceremony of the year. 308 students will be awarded their degrees including 219 Bachelor’s and 89 Masters. More than 1,100 students received degrees and certificates from the University this year.

 

PA Game Commission Releases App

Radio PA
Are you a hunter? There is an app for that! The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s new smartphone application can be used to check and map a sportsman’s surroundings, check regulations, and even be used as an emergency locator. The application also helps hunters find information about licenses and permits and what animals are currently in season.