Map. History of Pennsylvania conflict

22 February 2018
One person was killed after a shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday, police said. Police said they were called to the scene at the intersection of Mullins and Dickson streets in Marshall-Shadeland around 4:40 p.m.
A Harrisburg man was charged Saturday morning with attempted homicide of an unborn child. State police say 33 year-old Ibrahim T. Beidari is also charged with aggravated assault of an unborn child, simple assault, and recklessly endangering another person. Police were dispatched at 5:51 p.m. Friday to the Harrisburg Hospital Emergency Room for a report of domestic violence
PHOTO: Marchers on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia for #WomensMarch2018
Great turnout for the Central PA Women's March at State College, Pennsylvania. #WomensMarch2018
People are already gathering here at Logan Circle in Philadelphia for this year's WomensMarch
One person is dead after a Friday morning crash in Adams County. It happened around 3:30 a.m. along the 4200 block of Hanover Road in Mount Pleasant Township.
"It's a nasty place, wooooo," Pres Trump said of Washington and its power brokers. "But we're getting it. Nobody thought we were gonna have this kind of success so quickly," said Trump at campaign-style appearance at HandK Equipment in Coraopolis, PA.
"It's not easy. These other countries have become very, very spoiled taking advantage of us," adds @POTUS. "But for us, it's America first."
"It's nasty in Washington but step by step by step, just keep going. It's a nasty place. Whew." POTUS
POTUS on Obamacare: "We got rid of the individual mandate and you'll see what that meansIt was so unfair. It's gone"
President says nobody expected companies would start paying bonuses to employees because of the tax cuts. "It turned out to be much bigger than we all thought."
"Even I never knew how big it would be," says Pres Trump of the early impact of his tax cut bill. "It's much bigger than anyone anticipated." Says family of four making $75K will get tax cut of $2,000 and many will save "much more than that."
"It's the economy, stupid. Did you ever hear that one?" President Trump asks, quoting a line coined by James Carville during President Clinton's 1992 run.
[email protected] on America: "We are coming back bigger and better and stronger than ever before."
President Trump says he's "really proud" of record-low African-American unemployment: "I've been saying it: 'What do you have to lose?'"
[email protected]: "We worked so hard on tax cuts and tax reform."
[email protected] on government shutdown: "I really believe the Democrats want to shut down to get off the subject of tax cuts because they've worked so well."
[email protected] on tax cuts: "Not only have they worked, they're working much bigger and much faster than we ever thought possible."
1 month ago
WH backtrack on Trump support for PA-18 GOP candidate Rick Saccone. Sanders: "While [Trump] has made clear his support for Republican candidates throughout the country, including in Pennsylvania, the purpose of today's visit is to promote the President's successful agenda."
York City Police Department says one of their officers assigned to the US Marshals Taskforce was shot and injured serving warrant in HBG this am. Reporting non-life threatening injuries [email protected]
Authorities release details about police shooting in Harrisburg
1 month ago
[email protected]: Will be going to Pennsylvania today in order to give my total support to RICK SACCONE, running for Congress in a Special Election (March 13). Rick is a great guy. We need more Republicans to continue our already successful agenda!
Police are on the scene after reports of shots fired in the area of South 18th and Mulberry streets in Harrisburg. Dauphin County District Attorney Fran Chardo confirmed that multiple officers have been transported to the hospital after a shooting.
Harrisburg: DA Fran Chardo confirms that multiple officers injured after a police involved shooting in HBG this am. His office is investigating. - @fox43
Before 6:30 this morning, after reports of shots fired in the area of South 18th and Mulberry streets in Harrisburg came unconfirmed reports of at least one police officer down
A fast-moving fire injured two people at a rooming house in Philadelphia's Parkside section. Firefighters arrived around 2:30 a.m. Thursday to find heavy smoke coming from the home on the 5300 block of Girard Avenue.
Police said a woman was shot walking to catch a bus in the Spring Garden section of the Philadelphia Wednesday night. It happened in the 500 block of North 7th Street around 9:20 p.m. Police said the 60-year-old woman was caught in the crossfire of a gun battle involving at least 18 shots.
A pedestrian was struck and killed by multiple cars in Bensalem as they tried to cross Bristol Pike early Wednesday morning, according to police. The incident occurred just before 5:45 a.m. along the 3100 block of Bristol Pike.
One person was being evaluated by paramedics following an early morning fire in Indiana Township. The fire was reported on Wagon Wheel Lane near Indianola Road.
Allegheny County homicide detectives were investigating two deaths at a home in Clairton Wednesday morning. Investigators said the front door was open when police arrived and found a female victim on the porch and a male victim inside the house on School Street at about 8:15 a.m.