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Animal Bones and Carcasses Found in Union Township Barn Video included

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A disturbing story is unfolding on a farm property in Union Township between Union City and Corry. Neighboring farmers are calling it a case of animal cruelty. They showed us photographs and took us inside the barn to see the remains of at least seven dead farm animals...pigs and calves left decomposing inside a barn on Elgin Road. The property recently sold at auction. The man who had been renting the farm, Jamie Hammond, moved out only a month ago. WICU12News/SeeNews tracked him down where ... More>>

Cooler Summer Lowers Waldameer's Season Attendance Video included

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While the hot, sunny weather brought out the crowd to the park on Labor Day Monday, a chilly spring and cooler summer hurt Waldameer's overall attendance, lowering it by about 5 percent.
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Erie CVS Pulls Tobacco from Shelves

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Something you used to find on the shelves of CVS is no longer there, at Erie stores. More>>

Labor Day Surprise: Olive Garden Delivers Free Lunch To Local ER

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Olive Garden manager Bonnie Laurin knows first-hand what it's like to work practically every holiday. More>>

Retailers Slash Prices during Labor Day Weekend Video included

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The Millcreek Mall was packed this weekend with shoppers looking for great deals, and they didn't have to look too far. More>>

Canadian Teen Sets Out On Last Leg of Swim

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Over the years several local swimmers have crossed Lake Erie from Long Point, Ontario to Erie County's shores. In July Annaleise Carr, a 16-year-old Canadian swimmer was going the other way, starting in Erie and ending in Port Dover with a goal of making the longest Lake Erie swim crossing in history. She successfully crossed the lake, but didn't go as far as her own personal goal. She suspended the swim in Long Point. This weekend she's trying to make good on her pledge to finish the span an... More>>

Heavy Rains Cause Flooding Concerns For Erie Residents Video included

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In the midst of Sunday's heavy downpours, neighbors describe it looks like during a storm on the corner of Stafford and Walnut Street on Erie's west side. More>>

Erie Organization Sending Aid as Ebola Death Toll Climbs Video included

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One country - Liberia - has been hit particularly hard by the Ebola outbreak. As the death toll climbs and supplies fall short, Erie's human services organization, "Community of Caring," is sending aid with the help of donations.
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Motorcyclist Killed in Girard Township

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State police in Girard are investigating a deadly car and motorcycle collision that happened just before noon Sunday. Police cited the driver of the car for pulling out from a stop sign into the path of the motorcycle.It happened at the intersection of Route 20 and Elk Park Road. State police say 21-year-old Ashley Carpinello of Girard was on Elk Park, stopped at a stop sign when she pulled her Suzuki sedan directly into the path of a westbound motorcycle on Route 20. The driver, 58-year-old... More>>

Vacant Home on Sterrettania Road Goes Up in Flames

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A vacant home on Sterrettania Road went up in flames Sunday morning. happened.
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Local Filmmaker Shoots Horror Film in Erie

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Erie's Glenwood Heights neighborhood was turned into a movie set Sunday afternoon for the upcoming independent film,"Blink of an Eye." More>>

Suspect Arrested in Recent Homicide Case Video included

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Erie police have made an arrest in a week old murder case that happened on the city's east side. At about 11:15 PM Friday, detectives arrested 24-year-old Dominic Diaz of 642 West 18th Street. Police say he was picked up in a West 21st Street tavern. Authorities say Diaz has a long criminal history. He is now facing charges of criminal homicide, murder aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person and possessing an instrument of crime. The charges stem from the shooting death of 3... More>>

Community Comes Together to Help Local Mom Battling Rare Form of Cancer Video included

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The community is coming together to help a local mom battling a rare and aggressive form of thyroid cancer. More>>

Medicaid Expansion Coming to PA

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After months of negotiations, more than a half million low-income Pennsylvanian's could start receiving subsidized health insurance.
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Get Ready for Bratwurst and Beer at Erie's German Festival

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Fill your Labor Day weekend with bratwurst, beer, strudel and lederhosen at the annual German Heritage Festival. More>>

Erie's Lowe's Hosting Safety Day Saturday Video included

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This Saturday, Lowe's on Peach street is hosting a Safety Day.During the event, Lowe's will be donating free smoke detectors while supplies last.You'll also have a chance to come out and meet several local first responders, including local fire departments, Erie's scuba search and rescue team, Hazmat team, Sheriff's Mounted Posse and more.There will also be free hot dogs and hamburgers and the American Red Cross will host a blood drive.100% of donations will go to the National Fallen Firefigh... More>>

Erie Man Charged In Toledo Murder In Court

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The preliminary hearing date is set for an Erie man charged in connection to a murder outside a toledo, ohio gentleman's club. 34-year-oldKkeevon Johnson of east 9th street, is now scheduled to be back in court on September 2nd. Toledo police say Johnson shot and killed 28 year old Marcus Osley-- last Thursday morning, outside of the Chez Joey Gentleman's Club.Another person was also grazed by a bullet.. Johnson was arrested shortly after the shooting, and charged with Osley's murder. After a... More>>

Investigation Into Deadly Shooting In Erie Continues

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It's been almost a week since the shooting death of an Erie man on the city's east side, and still no arrests to report in that case.The victim is 39-year-old Hercules Rieger.The 8th murder victim in the city so far this year. He was shot in the chest at the intersection of East 11th and Wayne streets early last Saturday morning.It happened outside of a rental hall called the "Bearded Lady," where a private party was being held.Police initially said they didn't find a lot of evidence or witne... More>>

Gannon Unveils Newly Expanded Recreational and Wellness Center Video included

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Nearly one year to the day after ground was broken, Gannon University today dedicated its newly expanded Recreational and Wellness Center. More>>

Fish for $1 In PA on Labor Day

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The PA Fish and Boat Commission is enticing folks to come out and fish this weekend.For those who want to cast a line, but don't want to pay the full price for a fishing license, you can get a license for just one dollar to fish on Labor Day.With fees, the total price comes to $2.70.It's a way for the Commission to encourage people to spend part of their day off of work, enjoying the outdoors.So, on Labor Day, you can fish anywhere in the Commonwealth with the discounted license.For a list of... More>>

Student Boosters, Immunizations Required Video included

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Before your child can enter the classroom this fall, they will need to have their vaccinations up-to-date. Most immunization requirements have stayed the same over the years, making it easier on parents to take the proper steps, especially if the child is just starting school. More>>

Crash Sends Four to Hospital

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Four people were hospitalized, after a car accident by the bayfront Thursday evening. More>>

Local Church Buys Former Telatron Building Video included

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After sitting vacant for years, the former Telatron building is getting a new owner and new life. Lake Erie Christian Fellowship officially purchased the building in federal court for $670,000. The church will now move from the West 38th Street plaza into two of the old Telatron buildings just blocks away. "We've been renting for seven years now,” said Lake Erie Christian Fellowship Pastor Bryan Kowalczyk. “So getting into a building that's twice the size of what we were in and being able to... More>>

Last Block Party Wraps Up Ninth Season

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The last block party of the summer, hosted by Scully's Pub, wrapped up another season of music, fun, and charity on Thursday. "They are fun, fun, fun, fun. We love the music, we have a great time," said Patty Mielawski of Erie, at the block party with husband, Ron. "It's just a lot of fun, dance, we love to dance with friends and just have a great time," said Kathy Fava, who's attended most of the block parties since they started nine years ago. "It's the most amazing fun you could ever exper... More>>

Home-Based Students Begin a New School Year

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This week, thousands of kids headed back to the classroom for the start of a new school year. But there are thousands of others who started the school year learning from home.
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Gym Helps Different Types of Members Video included

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A lot of gyms are full of young, fit people spending time working out. One gym in Millcreek has some members that fit that profile. but many others who are far different.Joe's Gym in Millcreek is now focusing on helping seniors and people with serious health problems get stronger and healthier. More>>

Waldameer Prepares for Water Park Expansion

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Waldameer Amusement Park will close for the season after Labor Day. But owners won't have a chance to relax. They expect to have the busiest off season in park history.Construction crews will arrive in town next Tuesday, to start preliminary work on a $10 million expansion of the water park. More>>

Familiar Ship Docked at Dobbins Landing

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Starting Thursday, the Brig Niagara will be joined by another tall ship on the bayfront, called the Peacemaker. More>>

Medical Experts, Retailers Stress Backpack Safety Video included

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Sometimes, back to school shopping can be a team sport, especially for everyday items, such as backpacks. But, buying the right one can be important for the health of a child, particularly on their back and shoulders.
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Motorcyclist Crushed After Colliding With Semi Truck Video included

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"He hits his brakes, somehow goes down on the motorcycle and somehow goes underneath the tires," Sgt. Traffic Investigator Jeff Annunziata says.It was 5:30p.m. Wednesday evening, when police say a 53-year old man from Millcreek, who has not yet been identified, fails to brake in time for a semi truck traveling eastbound on West 12th Street. More>>

Butterfly Release Honors Loss, Celebrates Life

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A touching ceremony Wednesday evening remembered residents of the Erie Home for Children and Adults who have passed away this year. More>>

Josh Gordon Suspension Causes Outrage in Erie Video included

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The NFL has upheld star wide receiver Josh Gordon's year-long suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy. It's a decision that's stirring a lot of controversy. Just last month, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice received a two-game suspension for assaulting his then-fiancé. But now, many fans are comparing these two suspensions. "I think it's absolutely ridiculous that Ray Rice can beat his wife, but someone is going to get in trouble for smoking some marijuana,” said J... More>>

West 38th Street Bridge Set to Reopen September 4

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The bridge will reopen September 4.
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Motorcycle Driver Hospitalized after Colliding with Car

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A motorcycle driver is in the hospital after he was thrown from his bike Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Local Gun Experts React to Shooting Range Tragedy Video included

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A tragedy at an Arizona shooting range is raising questions about gun safety.A nine year old girl handling an Uzi, an Israeli submachine gun, accidentally lost control of the weapon, shooting and killing her instructor.The childsuccessfully fired single rounds of the weapon, but when the instructor switched the weapon to fully automatic, the child apparently couldn't handle the recoil.Bob's Gun Shop owner Bob McDowell allowed reporter Lisa Adams tofire a similar weapon to feel the difference ... More>>

Erie Police On Scene of Fatal Motorcycle vs Tractor Trailer Accident

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Erie, PA - The Coroner is on the scene of a fatal accident involving a motorcycle and tractor trailer at West 11th and Cherry Streets.The accident happened about 5:45. Cherry Street was blocked from West 11th to 15th Street. West 12th shut down from Liberty to Walnut. More>>

Murder Suspect Also Facing Grand Larceny Charge

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One of the two men charged with last week's murder of violinist Mary Whitaker at her home in Chautauqua County is now facing an additional charge, in an unrelated incident.Authorities have charged 43 year old Jonathan Conklin with grand larceny for stealing more than $1100 from a restaurant in Sherman, New York. More>>

Dedication Planned for Erie County 911 Memorial

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Erie County's 9-11 Memorial, that has been in the planning stages for 3 years, will be officially dedicated in 2 weeks, on the anniversary of the attacks. More>>

Tackling Truancy in Erie County Video included

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A new school year is underway and educators will tell you good attendance is not just important; it's the law. More>>

More Holiday Weekend Traffic Expected Video included

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The start of the Labor Day weekend is now just two days away. And AAA is predicting the most auto travel in the past 6 years.And the auto club thinks the local picture will reflect the increase predicted nationally. More>>

Eight Great Draws One of Its Largest-Ever Crowds Video included

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A crowd of nearly 8,000 people packed Liberty Park for the last 8 Great Tuesday of 2014.  It's the concert series' 15th anniversary, and organizers say this Tuesday brought one of the largest crowds in its history. More>>

Prayer Vigil Brings Peace After West Side Homicide Video included

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 There was a rally to "Take Back the Site" of a recent murder in the city, Tuesday night. More>>

Final Push To Revive Joy Center Turns Sour

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 It was a final push to keep the Joy Senior Center alive, but Millcreek Township supervisors say it's just not going to happen. More>>

Silkscreen Unlimited Completes Ice Bucket Challenge Video included

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For the Glass family at Silkscreen Unlimited, the ice bucket challenge that has been sweeping the nation takes on much deeper significance. In December of 2012, Roy Glass was diagnosed with ALS. “You don't really believe that it could be happening,” said Roy's daughter Lindsey Glass. “The disease just sort of takes hold, and it's a rampant decline.” After a 10 month battle with the devastating disease, Glass passed away. "ALS sort of becomes another family member,” said Lindsey. “It's somethi... More>>

New Children's Advocacy Center Spruced up

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It was a team effort Tuesday night, to spruce up the site of the new Children's Advocacy Center. More>>

Meadville Man Pleads Guilty to Arson

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A case of arson in Meadville is moving forward, with a guilty plea. More>>

VisitErie Sells Meeting Planners on Erie Video included

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It's no secret that Erie is attracting more convention and meeting business.VisitErie is reaching out to regional, state and national organizations to sell them on Erie as a destination. Meeting planners representing groups from Chicago, Washington, D.C., Harrisburg and New York took a trolley tour today to see all that Erie has to offer. The see the Bayfront Convention Center and learn about the four thousand hotel rooms now available in the region. But they also take a look at the attractio... More>>

89-Year Old Lawrence Park Crossing Guard On The Job 40+ Years Video included

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For most area school districts, school is back in session.And for one Lawrence Park woman, that means back to work, making sure children are safe.We caught up with one woman who is well known in the Lawrence Park community, this week she started yet another year as a crossing guard. 89-year old Adella Clark is a crossing guard in Lawrence Park. She's been on the job now for more than 40 years.Every morning at 8 a.m. and afternoon at 3:00, Adella spends about 2 hours a day, making sure the chi... More>>

Lane Markers Installed on Presque Isle

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After a meeting about speed and safety at the entrance to Presque Isle, Penndot has already made some noticeable changes. On Friday they installed lane markers called "candlesticks" along the centerline of Peninsula Drive from The Beach Zero shop to just beyond Sara's restaurant. Millcreek police traffic enforcement stationed a patrol there over the weekend in response to the recent concerns that drivers are not observing the 25 mph speed limit. Cpl. Anthony Chimera, head of the Millcreek Po... More>>

Lucy Town Half Marathon to Feature Comedy Legend Bob Newhart

Comedy Legend Bob Newhart Coming to Lucy Town Marathon Weekend

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JAMESTOWN, NY – Comedy legend Bob Newhart will be the featured performer of the 2014 Lucy Town Half Marathon 5K weekend. Newhart will be showcased October 10th in a night of comedy at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts in Lucille Ball's hometown of Jamestown, NY. Tickets for Bob Newhart will be available for purchase on Wednesday, August 27th online at www.lucyrace.com or by calling the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts box office at (716)484-7070. “Having a legend like Bob Newhart perform in Ja... More>>

Sandberg to Lead Port Authority Video included

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A familiar face will become the new leader of the Erie Port Authority.The authority today unanimously voted to hire Brenda Sandberg to replace longtime Executive Director Ray Schreckengost, who is retiring.Authority members say she was chosen from a field of 8 candidates. More>>

Mural at Local High School Creates Lasting Legacy Video included

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With the cut of a ribbon, it became official. A mural created by a Mercyhurst Prep graduate had been given to current and future Mercyhurst students.
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Blue Angels

Blue Angels Plan Advance Photo Shoot Over Cleveland

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NAS Pensacola, Fla. – Pilots with the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, will fly over the city of Cleveland on Wed., August 27, for a team photo shoot. The Blue Angels are scheduled to fly the squadron's six-jet F/A-18 Hornet Delta Formation around the city with a seventh flying abreast of the formation to photograph the Delta with the city in the background. The photo shoot is being conducted for the Blue Angels official pictorials and is scheduled to take place betwe... More>>

Healthy Lunch Options for Kids Heading Back to School Video included

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As the kids head back to school, it's back to studying, back to schedules, and back to packing lunches.
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Homicide Suspects Spent Time at Erie City Mission Video included

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As the investigation into the murder of a violinist from the Chautauqua Symphony continues, we have reaction from the Erie City Mission, which provided shelter for the two suspects charged in this case. Jonathan Conklin, 43, and Charles Sanford, 30,are facing federal charges in the shooting death of 61-year-old Mary Whitaker in Westfield, New York. "It's just tragic to have heard about it." said Erie City Mission Director of Men's Ministry Darrell Smith. According to Smith, Sanford --who ... More>>

Racers React to NASCAR Crash Rule Change Video included

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At Raceway 7 in Conneaut, Ohio, a tragic accident is on the minds of many racers. Last week, in upstate New York, Tony Stewart's car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. who walked onto the track after an accident. Racers in Ohio, share their thoughts on this incident. "I saw the video of it, and I think it's a bad deal,” said race car driver Kyle Zimmerman. “I don't think it's anything Tony ever intended to do.” Racer Chris Withers agrees. “He probably should have stayed in his car,” said Wit... More>>

Actress Sharon Stone Speaks in Meadville Video included

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She's known for her roles in Basic Instinct and Casino. But in Meadville, she's known as a hometown girl. On Thursday, actress Sharon Stone made her way back to Meadville, to speak at the 46th annual Greater Meadville Area Day dinner. "People here are so lovely, and such ladies and such gentlemen, and so open, and so kind,” said Stone. “You know, you need a lot of that when you work in such a tough business as I do." During her visit, Stone touched on a number of topics, including her acti... More>>

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  • Penn State Kicks Off Season Of New Beginnings With A Win

    Penn State Kicks Off Season Of New Beginnings With A Win

    Sunday, August 31 2014 6:50 PM EDT2014-08-31 22:50:17 GMT
    Penn state football is big all around the country, and Penn State fans are just great fans," Nittany Lions fan Gordon Schmidt says.As the saying goes, it is not always how you fall, but it is how you get up.More >>
    Penn state football is big all around the country, and Penn State fans are just great fans," Nittany Lions fan Gordon Schmidt says.As the saying goes, it is not always how you fall, but it is how you get up. More >>
  • Fatal Crash In Crawford County

    Fatal Crash In Crawford County

    Sunday, August 31 2014 10:03 AM EDT2014-08-31 14:03:42 GMT
    State police are investigating a fatal accident in Crawford County.More >>
    State police are investigating a fatal accident in Crawford County.
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  • Thousands Expected to Celebrate German Heritage This Weekend

    Thousands Expected to Celebrate German Heritage This Weekend

    Saturday, August 30 2014 6:29 PM EDT2014-08-30 22:29:53 GMT
    Music filled the air at St. Nick's Grove Saturday for the 19th annual German Heritage Festival.More >>
    Music filled the air at St. Nick's Grove Saturday for the 19th annual German Heritage Festival.More >>
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    Gannon Celebrates Opening of the New Recreation Center

    Gannon Celebrates Opening of the New Recreation Center

    Friday, August 29 2014 4:10 PM EDT2014-08-29 20:10:01 GMT
    Erie, PA - It is an exciting day for Gannon University and the City of Erie as the Recreation Center is dedicated transforming an entire city block. It features a 12,000-square-foot addition with a glass front facing West Fourth Street and a complete interior renovation that includes new locker rooms, and areas for wrestling and a new acrobatics and tumbling program.Sr. Reporter Paul Wagner is covering the event LIVE for us and we will have more at 12:30 on WICU 12 News at 12:30 and an update...More >>
    Erie, PA - It is an exciting day for Gannon University and the City of Erie as the Recreation Center is dedicated transforming an entire city block. It features a 12,000-square-foot addition with a glass front facing West Fourth Street and a complete interior renovation that includes new locker rooms, and areas for wrestling and a new acrobatics and tumbling program.Sr. Reporter Paul Wagner is covering the event LIVE for us and we will have more at 12:30 on WICU 12 News at 12:30 and an update...More >>
  • Fishing Fee Reduced

    Fish for $1 in PA on Labor Day

    Fish for $1 in PA on Labor Day

    Friday, August 29 2014 12:22 PM EDT2014-08-29 16:22:50 GMT
    HARRISBURG, PA – New or lapsed anglers who want to fish on Labor Day but don't want topay the full price for a license now have the opportunity to purchase a one-day discounted license for $1,under a special offer from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC).For the first time, the PFBC is lowering the price of 1-day resident and non-resident fishing licenses to just$1 on Labor Day. With issuing agent and transaction fees, the total price for the 1-day adult license is$2.70.This repr...More >>
    HARRISBURG, PA – New or lapsed anglers who want to fish on Labor Day but don't want topay the full price for a license now have the opportunity to purchase a one-day discounted license for $1,under a special offer from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC).For the first time, the PFBC is lowering the price of 1-day resident and non-resident fishing licenses to just$1 on Labor Day. With issuing agent and transaction fees, the total price for the 1-day adult license is$2.70.This repr...More >>
  • Cider Season Underway in Lake City

    Cider Season Underway in Lake City

    Thursday, August 28 2014 12:32 PM EDT2014-08-28 16:32:37 GMT
    The start of fall might be weeks away, but one of the season's favorite drinks is already in the works.More >>
    The start of fall might be weeks away, but one of the season's favorite drinks is already in the works.
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  • Product Recalls 8/26/14

    Product Recalls 8/26/14

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 4:02 PM EDT2014-08-26 20:02:25 GMT
    APPLE'S REPLACING SOME iPHONE BATTERIES FOR RUNNING OUT OF JUICE.....More >>
    APPLE'S REPLACING SOME iPHONE BATTERIES FOR RUNNING OUT OF JUICE.....
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  • Erie Man Charged in Fatal Pedestrian Crash

    Erie Man Charged in Fatal Pedestrian Crash

    Thursday, August 14 2014 9:45 AM EDT2014-08-14 13:45:29 GMT
    After months of investigation, the case of a suspected DUI accident that took the life of a woman in Erie is moving forward. More >>
    After months of investigation, the case of a suspected DUI accident that took the life of a woman in Erie is moving forward. More >>
  • Robin Williams Death Highlights Impact of Suicide

    Robin Williams Death Highlights Impact of Suicide

    Wednesday, August 13 2014 9:18 PM EDT2014-08-14 01:18:18 GMT
    Robin Williams battle with depression and suicide has started a worldwide conversation on an issue that impacts many families--mental illness. Local mental health agencies say Williams' death is a grim reminder of the impact that the act of suicide has on our community. "When someone of this caliber dies, you can use that as a stepping stone, as a tool, to reach others and say not one more." said Patty Puline of the Erie County Health Department. Puline has teamed up with several other ag...More >>
    Robin Williams battle with depression and suicide has started a worldwide conversation on an issue that impacts many families--mental illness. Local mental health agencies say Williams' death is a grim reminder of the impact that the act of suicide has on our community. "When someone of this caliber dies, you can use that as a stepping stone, as a tool, to reach others and say not one more." said Patty Puline of the Erie County Health Department. Puline has teamed up with several other ag...More >>
  • Skeletal Remains Found in Wintergreen Gorge

    Skeletal Remains Found in Wintergreen Gorge

    Wednesday, August 13 2014 12:48 PM EDT2014-08-13 16:48:29 GMT
    State police are trying to identify the skeletal remains of man found near the Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery around 6:30 pm Tuesday night. More >>
    State police are trying to identify the skeletal remains of man found near the Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery around 6:30 pm Tuesday night. More >>
  • Public Hearing on Crawford County Courthouse Expansion

    Public Hearing on Crawford County Courthouse Expansion

    Monday, August 11 2014 11:01 PM EDT2014-08-12 03:01:38 GMT
    Crawford County Commissioners say it's a project that's been needed for years. "Nothing has been done in the county, major construction or anything to the courthouse since 1952,” said Crawford County Commissioner Francis Weiderspahn. “So we're talking 60 plus years.” On Monday, commissioners met with concerned citizens to get public input on the $30 million expansion project of the Crawford County Courthouse. As it stands right now, commissioners hope to remodel the current courthouse and bui...More >>
    Crawford County Commissioners say it's a project that's been needed for years. "Nothing has been done in the county, major construction or anything to the courthouse since 1952,” said Crawford County Commissioner Francis Weiderspahn. “So we're talking 60 plus years.” On Monday, commissioners met with concerned citizens to get public input on the $30 million expansion project of the Crawford County Courthouse. As it stands right now, commissioners hope to remodel the current courthouse and bui...More >>
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  • Seawolves Finish with Win

    Seawolves Finish with Win

    Monday, September 1 2014 4:01 PM EDT2014-09-01 20:01:49 GMT
    Dean Green homered and had 3 RBI to lead the Seawolves to a 4-2 win at Akron in the 2014 season finale. The win for Erie was their fourth in a row, sweeping the series from the playoff-bound RubberDucks and avoiding a losing season. Erie finishes with a record of 71-71.More >>
    Dean Green homered and had 3 RBI to lead the Seawolves to a 4-2 win at Akron in the 2014 season finale. The win for Erie was their fourth in a row, sweeping the series from the playoff-bound RubberDucks and avoiding a losing season. Erie finishes with a record of 71-71.More >>
  • Erie Native Tom Lawless Named Astros Interim Manager

    Erie Native Tom Lawless Named Astros Interim Manager

    Monday, September 1 2014 3:08 PM EDT2014-09-01 19:08:59 GMT
    Erie Native and former Behrend player and coach Tom Lawless was named the interim manager of the Houston Astros today. Lawless takes over for Bo Porter who was fired on Monday. The Astros are 59-79 and last in their division. Lawless has been with the Astros organization since 2009 as a minor league manager and instructor.More >>
    Erie Native and former Behrend player and coach Tom Lawless was named the interim manager of the Houston Astros today. Lawless takes over for Bo Porter who was fired on Monday. The Astros are 59-79 and last in their division. Lawless has been with the Astros organization since 2009 as a minor league manager and instructor.More >>
  • Otters Make Training Camp Cuts

    Otters Make Training Camp Cuts

    Thursday, August 28 2014 10:01 PM EDT2014-08-29 02:01:19 GMT
    The Erie Otters have returned 11 players to their respective teams following the first two days of training camp. Eight of the cuts made were members of Erie's 2014 OHL Priority Selection class, including: Christian Girhiny, Bailey Newton, Jordan Sambrook, Holdyn Lansink, Cole Evans, Zach Hoffman, Jack Gill and Noah Tooke. The remaining three cuts were free agent invites Ryan Gruszka, Chris Karabassis, and Matthew Galli. The Erie Otters will continue with their camp Friday with practi...More >>
    The Erie Otters have returned 11 players to their respective teams following the first two days of training camp. Eight of the cuts made were members of Erie's 2014 OHL Priority Selection class, including: Christian Girhiny, Bailey Newton, Jordan Sambrook, Holdyn Lansink, Cole Evans, Zach Hoffman, Jack Gill and Noah Tooke. The remaining three cuts were free agent invites Ryan Gruszka, Chris Karabassis, and Matthew Galli. The Erie Otters will continue with their camp Friday with practi...More >>
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  • Erie CVS Pulls Tobacco from Shelves

    Erie CVS Pulls Tobacco from Shelves

    Monday, September 1 2014 6:59 PM EDT2014-09-01 22:59:07 GMT
    Something you used to find on the shelves of CVS is no longer there, at Erie stores.More >>
    Something you used to find on the shelves of CVS is no longer there, at Erie stores.More >>
  • Motorcyclist Killed in Girard Township

    Motorcyclist Killed in Girard Township

    Sunday, August 31 2014 7:11 PM EDT2014-08-31 23:11:54 GMT
    State police in Girard are investigating a deadly car and motorcycle collision that happened just before noon Sunday. Police cited the driver of the car for pulling out from a stop sign into the path of the motorcycle.It happened at the intersection of Route 20 and Elk Park Road. State police say 21-year-old Ashley Carpinello of Girard was on Elk Park, stopped at a stop sign when she pulled her Suzuki sedan directly into the path of a westbound motorcycle on Route 20. The driver, 58-year-old...More >>
    State police in Girard are investigating a deadly car and motorcycle collision that happened just before noon Sunday. Police cited the driver of the car for pulling out from a stop sign into the path of the motorcycle.It happened at the intersection of Route 20 and Elk Park Road. State police say 21-year-old Ashley Carpinello of Girard was on Elk Park, stopped at a stop sign when she pulled her Suzuki sedan directly into the path of a westbound motorcycle on Route 20. The driver, 58-year-old...More >>
  • Labor Day Surprise: Olive Garden Delivers Free Lunch To Local ER

    Labor Day Surprise: Olive Garden Delivers Free Lunch To Local ER

    Monday, September 1 2014 5:07 PM EDT2014-09-01 21:07:47 GMT
    Olive Garden manager Bonnie Laurin knows first-hand what it's like to work practically every holiday.More >>
    Olive Garden manager Bonnie Laurin knows first-hand what it's like to work practically every holiday.More >>


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