News Live 365: April 28th, 2021

The Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the theft of two vehicles from the home of a Spartansburg man. The thief or thieves gained access to an unopened garage and stole a black and orange Kawasaki Vulcan Motorcycle, and a black and white Yamaha Rapier ATV. The theft took place while the homeowner was away from Friday, April 16th to Wednesday, April 21st.


Two girls from Waterford aged 12 and 13 are to be charged with the vandalism of an ice cream and souvenir shop in Union City. The two girls are the suspects behind the April 18th break-in and vandalism of the property inside using spray paint.


State Senator Christopher Dush is facing backlash for comments made during a hearing of the Senate Appropriations Committee. The Senator compared Pennsylvania nursing homes with COVID outbreaks to death camps and has received sharp criticism from Jewish groups like the Anti-Defamation League and Pennsylvania Jewish Coalition, who are also calling for Senate leadership to take action. Senator Pat Brown, Chairman of the Appropriations Committee, cut off Dush’s line of questioning when he asked the Secretary of Health if her department was saving costs by letting people sickened by COVID-19 die in nursing homes. Keeping nursing home patients in their facilities was the recommendation by the CDC during the Trump Presidency.