News Live 365: July 21st, 2022

The Pennsylvania State Police are looking for witnesses that may help them solve an animal cruelty case. On Mickle Hollow Road in Crawford County’s Bloomfield Township, someone shot and killed a domesticated buffalo last week on either Thursday the 14th or in the early morning of Friday the 15th. Anybody that may have information should call the Pennsylvania State Police in Corry at (814)663-2043.

The Erie Philharmonic will be performing a free concert at the Diamond park in Meadville tomorrow night at 7. The event begins with pre-concert activities at 6PM which include an instrument petting zoo, and food and beverage stands. The Philharmonic will perform the Tale of Tubby the Tuba and classical music standards from the likes of Mozart, Stravinski, and Rossini at the Diamond, or inside Stone United Methodist Church in case of poor weather.

During a recent meeting of the Pennsylvania Senate Game and Fisheries Committee, biologists from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission rated Lake Erie as being in excellent condition. Once decreasing populations of native predators like Walleye have made a comeback, while non-native predators like Round Goby are on the decline.

Two parents in Warren County have been charged with endangering the welfare of a child after an investigation into events that took place early last month. In the town of Columbus on June 8th police were called when an 8-year-old girl was spotted naked on the roof of a house; she fell through that roof before officers could arrive and was injured. Charges against the parents, who were only identified as a 41-year-old man and 33-year-old woman were announced earlier this week.

Pennsylvania’s Department of Aging is asking people to check in on their older family and neighbors during a statewide heat advisory issued for the weekend. Locally temperatures will rest in the low to mid-nineties, but temperatures are expected to reach into the triple digits in the southern and eastern portions of the commonwealth. Senior citizens without sufficient fans or air conditioning should be moved to their local area agencies on aging or the home of a friend or relative where they can get some relief during the hottest parts of the day. The Public Utilities Commission is also offering advice on how not to break the bank in the heat, such as closing doors to little used rooms, keeping the indoor air temperature in the mid-seventies, and cooking outside.