Map. History of Pennsylvania conflict

17 August 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 skiing accident killed a Philadelphia man in the Poconos. Fifty-three-year-old Grygoriy Sologub was skiing on one of the double black diamond trails at Blue Mountain Ski Resort.
Chester police are investigating the city's first homicide of 2018. It happened around 8:30 p.m. in the 500 block of Mosley Court. Police said a person was shot to death inside of a car.
Philadelphia police are searching for the suspect who shot four people including two 13 year olds. It happened around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday at North 24th and Clifford streets in Germantown. Upon arrival, police found a 52-year-old man with gunshot wounds to his back. He was taken to the hospital in stable condition.
According to Lancaster county dispatch 1 person has been shot in Upper Leacock Twp. Dispatch says the shooting happened around 11:00 PM Tuesday night in Broderick court
Action News Investigates has learned Monroeville police officers have complained for years about radio dead spots. When a shooting happened inside the Macy's store at the Monroeville Mall three years ago, officers responded quickly. But once inside the mall they could not always use their radios.
Police are investigating after a man was shot Monday evening inside the Wendy’s at the Edgewood Towne Centre shopping plaza. The shooting happened around 6:40 p.m. inside the dining area of the fast food restaurant
Police are investigating after a teenager was shot multiple times in Homewood late Sunday night. According to police, an officer heard multiple shots fired near the intersection of Kelly Street and Brushton Avenue around 11:11 p.m. The officer also observed a black male running toward Hale Street while being followed by another black male.
Two people were injured in a shooting in South Philadelphia. It happened around 1 a.m. Monday at Broad and Bainbridge streets. Police found dozens of shell casings at the scene.
Shortly after 4p.m. on Sunday, Turtle Creek Police and paramedics responded to a shooting on the 559 Larimer Avenue. A male was found with a gunshot wound to the back. He was taken to the hospital for treatment in unknown condition. This is the second shooting at this location since September.
A Harrisburg man accused of trying to kill his wife’s unborn baby has been charged with attempted homicide. State Police said Ibrahim Beidari,33, vaginally inserted unknown medication into his pregnant wife with the goal of ending her pregnancy. It happened at a home along the 7300 block of Cobblestone Drive in West Hanover Township
Irefighters say a homeowner's quick-thinking kept a garage fire from spreading to the rest of the house. The fire started late Friday night on Galion Street, in Colonial Park, Dauphin County.
A two-vehicle crash has shut down the southbound lanes of I-95 in South Philadelphia. The crash occurred shortly before 5 a.m. Sunday near the Broad Street Exit. Police say a man in his 30s was ejected from one of the vehicles
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."
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