Map. History of Pennsylvania conflict

22 September 2018
A man is accused of fatally stabbing his father in the Philadelphia suburbs and taking out one of the 74-year-old victim's eyeballs. Montgomery County prosecutors allege 30-year-old Preston Lonnberg-Lane used a butter knife to stab Thomas Lane in the head, neck and arm in their Lansdale home on March 27.
A female pedestrian died after she was struck by a vehicle in the city Monday evening. Police said officers called to the area of North 15th and State streets around 6:48 p.m. found the victim lying in the eastbound lanes of State Street.
Philadelphia police say an officer shot and killed a pit bull that was charging at them while they were serving a warrant at a home in the Frankford section of the city on Monday night
Evacuations underway as train collides with truck carrying chemicals on Route 88 in Washington County
The York County Coroner says they have experienced a spike in overdose deaths, with 12 people dying of a suspected overdose of fentanyl or heroin in the past 9 days
Fire tore through a home in Shaners Trailer Park in Lower Pottsgrove Twp. People in 3 homes are displaced. How fire crews responded and more @69News live from the scene
A prison inmate who was convicted for abusing his infant son in 2009 is now facing a homicide charge after the child died. Antonio Flores-Feliciano, 35, was convicted in 2012, and is already serving a 6.5 to 25-year sentence for a series of abuse that had disabled his son
Police search for 84-year-old Falls Twp. man with dementia
Police: Firefighters had to jump to safety as driver sped through crash scene in Duquesne
A woman and a teenage girl were shot during a robbery in North Philadelphia, police say. It happened shortly before 3:30 a.m. Monday on the 2900 block of North 5th Street. Police say a 16-year-girl was shot three times; she is in serious but stable condition.
Police have arrested a Pennsylvania man who they say opened fire at people sitting in a parked car. Officers were called to the scene in Easton around 11 a.m. Sunday after receiving reports of shots fired following a domestic argument.
Police are investigating a double shooting in the Feltonville section of Philadelphia. Investigators say a fight escalated and led to the gunfire. The shooting happened around 11 p.m. Sunday at Whitaker Avenue and the Roosevelt Boulevard.
A fight leads to two men being shot in Philadelphia’s Lawncrest section. It all happened outside a beer store on Whitaker and The Boulevard, just before 11 p.m. Sunday.
Woman, teen shot in North Philadelphia robbery
PECO says crews have restored power to more than 440,000 customers after damaging high winds came through the Philadelphia area. More than 616,000 outages occurred due to high sustained winds and gusts exceeding 60 miles per hour, according to PECO
Traffic lights are out, trees are down and thousands of people are in the dark, all thanks to powerful winds. In hard hit Delaware County, a declaration of disaster emergency has been ordered in response to the damage caused by March 2nd’s storm.
A person was killed after a crash in the Tioga-Nicetown section of Philadelphia. It happened around 12:30 a.m. Sunday on the 4200 block of Wissahickon Avenue. Police say the driver of an SUV veered off the street and hit a concrete planter on the sidewalk.
The husband of one of two women killed in a double homicide Friday night in Holmesburg was shot by Philadelphia police about two hours later after he allegedly pulled a gun on officers who had chased him into Montgomery County, police said Saturday.
15+ vehicle crash on Route 33 near Wind Gap
Police say three people have been arrested after a woman was shot and killed during a theft involving her tax return money in Wilkinsburg. According to a criminal complaint, the woman, Keiauna Davis, was killed by Dane Taylor during a theft at the 1700 block of Laketon Road. Taylor was in a car being driven by Kaijin Scott. The third suspect not in the car at the time was Laya Whitley.
State police have identified the man who, they said, tried to force his way into a home in August 2016. DNA from a blood sample matched Herbert Warner Ross, 39, formerly of Buena Vista, Pennsylvania.
There is a stunning new twist in the shooting death of a U.S. Marshal during a January raid in Harrisburg. Deputy Christopher Hill was not killed by the suspect. He was killed by friendly fire from a bullet shot by a fellow officer that went through a wall.
A man is in extremely critical condition after a shooting in Frankford Wednesday night. The incident happened just before 10 p.m. on Wednesday night. Officers arrived at the location and observed an unconscious male on the ground suffering from a gunshot to the head. Police say someone walked up to the victim at the 1500 block of Ruan Street and shot him in the head at point-blank range.
A man was shot three times in the Brewerytown section of Philadelphia. The shooting happened around 4 a.m. Thursday at North 29th and Jefferson streets.
Flames scorched a home in Carbon County. Officials say the fire sparked in a chimney at the place at Towamensing Trails near Albrightsville just before 2 a.m. on Wednesday.
Pittsburgh police are investigating an apparent homicide in Homewood. A police spokesperson said a woman was shot multiple times in the torso around 5:40 p.m. Wednesday in the 7300 block of Hamilton Avenue.
Coroner identifies 2 men involved in Allentown homicide
A man has been charged with killing two men whose bodies were found in inside a Point Breeze home following a fire Monday. Vincent Smith, 58, is charged with two counts of homicide and abuse of a corpse in connection with the deaths of Steven Pariser, 71, and John Robert Van Dyke, 54. Smith also is charged with arson.
Firefighters are on scene of a house fire on Homers Gap Rd in Altoona right now
A man has been charged with homicide after the bodies of two people were found after a fire Monday at a home in Pittsburgh’s Point Breeze neighborhood. Vincent Smith is charged with homicide, arson and other offenses.
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