One Dead in Police Involved Shooting
Warren – Warren County’s District Attorney, Rob Greene, confirmed that one man was killed after an officer-involved shooting in Freehold Township on Friday morning. Information is currently scarce, but a 41-year-old man was killed by a Pennsylvania State Trooper at a home on Stillwater Road at about 6 a.m. on Friday the 22nd; police did not reveal why they were at the scene on Friday morning nor did they release any information about the circumstances around the shooting. The Warren County Detective’s office, and Pennsylvania State Police Major Crimes unit are investigating.

Girl Missing After Falling in Creek
Chester – The second day of recovery operations to locate the remains of a six-year-old girl in Delaware County begins at first light. Li’Najah Booker of Chester fell into Chester Creek at around 7 p.m. on Saturday night and was swept away by currents that were bolstered by a recent rainstorm. Rescue workers spent Saturday night and Sunday searching for the girl, and on Monday morning changed their strategy to a recovery operation. Today’s search will use underwater SONAR and cadaver dogs to search for the girl.

Residential Policy Change at University
Slippery Rock – Beginning this fall, Slippery Rock University will change its residency policy to require all freshman and sophomore students to begin living on campus. Slippery Rock’s chief Student Affairs Officer David Wilmes, says that studies show that sophomores who live on campus perform better academically and are more likely to finish their degrees than students who live off campus. At the beginning of the 2024 fall semester, the University expects to be over capacity by 1% to 3% and is working to find alternative accommodations and build new dorm rooms. They are also planning to provide help for Juniors and Seniors with off-campus housing if they can’t live on campus because of the underclassmen.

Major Fine for Local Domino’s Franchisee
Erie – A company that manages seven Domino’s Pizza franchises in Crawford, Erie, and Mercer Counties has been fined nearly $350,000 for violations of child labor law. PA’s Department of Labor and Industry fined NWPA Pizza Inc. $344,000 for 715 violations of The Pennsylvania Child Labor Act for a variety of offenses. An investigation by Labor and Industry began after an employee at one of the locations made a complaint and discovered that NWPA Pizza Inc. was routinely failing to provide breaks for their minor employees and scheduling them to work beyond the legal hours and for excessive amounts of time among dozens of other violations.

Red Cross Seeks Blood Donors
The American Red Cross is as always in need of blood donors to prevent their national blood supply from falling short. In an effort to entice more donors the American Red Cross is teaming up with unlikely allies, Godzilla and King Kong. Anyone who donates within the next two weeks can receive a special shirt depicting the two titanic monsters doing battle while wearing donor bandages on their arms in partnership with Warner Bros Pictures. T-Shirts are available until April 7th, or while supplies last – visit for more information.

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