News Live 365: September 9th, 2019

Investigation Continues in Fort Leboeuf Threats

A State Police investigation continues into the anonymous online threats that closed every school in Erie County’s Fort LeBoeuf School District last Thursday. Investigators have confirmed the threats were made late on Wednesday night, October the 2nd, through a fake SnapChat account and that they are trying to glean further information on who made it. Anyone with information in regards to the incident is being urged to call the Pennsylvania State Police in Erie at (814)898-1641.


PSSHE Chancellor Visits EU

Dan Greenstien, the Chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education is visiting the campus of Edinboro University today. He will be meeting with students and staff at the University and holding forums to discuss changes being made to the PSSHE over the next few months.


Health Officials Urge Flu Vaccine

From the office of Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Health, Dr. Rachel Levine, comes a yearly reminder to remember to get a flu vaccination. Flu cases are already being reported in the commonwealth this year and last year 258 Pennsylvanians were killed by the virus and at least 122,000 cases were reported. The CDC urges that everyone 6 months or older should get a flu vaccine unless they are allergic.