Car Hits Semi
Grove City – Two people were trapped inside a car that crashed into the trailer of a semi-truck in Grove City. The Pennsylvania State Police released details of the March 20th collision in a recent press release. According to investigators, the truck was exiting Leesburg Grove City Road to enter Interstate 79 when 63-year-old Michelle Soltis drove through a red light and collided with the trailer. She and her passenger 20-year-old Sami Soltis both sustained injuries in the crash and had to be cut out of their vehicle before being rushed to Grove City Hospital.

AG Warns of Fake Eclipse Glasses Scam
Harrisburg – Michelle Henry, Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, has issued a warning to Commonwealth residents to be wary of fraudsters selling fake eclipse viewing glasses that will not protect your eyes if you look at the sun next Monday.  The only safe way to view the solar eclipse is either indirectly using something like a shadowbox or through filters on special safety lenses that are marked with the official international safety standard certification number ISO 12312-2. Lenses without those numbers are unsafe and you can suffer significant harm to your eyes by looking at the sun through them. If you believe someone sold you a fake pair of solar eclipse glasses, call the PA Consumer Protection Hotline at 1-800-441-2555 or email at

Sentencing for Road Rage Shooting
Erie – 28-year-old Alexander Payton of Erie was sentenced to 15 years in prison last Wednesday for the near-fatal shooting of another man in a road rage incident. Payton pleaded guilty to attempted homicide and other crimes in connection to the February 2023 shooting of Kevin Bennet after the two men had a fender bender on Interstate 79. Payton followed the victim into a parking lot and when Kevin rolled his window down to exchange insurance information Payton shot him once in the face.

Girl Stabs, Kills Mother During Argument
Wilkes-Barre – A teenage girl in Wilkes-Barre has been charged as an adult for the stabbing murder of her own mother.  13-year-old Lataya Powell was apparently distraught when she confessed to police and to anyone who listened that she stabbed her mother in the neck and back during an argument about her mobile phone on Friday afternoon. An 11-year-old boy, presumably her brother, was also stabbed but did not suffer life-threatening injuries. Powell has been charged with criminal homicide and two counts of aggravated assault.

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