Winds eyed in PA gas station canopy collapse

(9 Jan 2019) High winds are believed to have caused a canopy to collapse at a gas station in Monroeville, Pennsylvania on Tuesday. Two vehicles were crushed beneath the canopy but there were no injuries. (Jan.09)

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(9 Jan 2019) Here’s the latest for Wednesday January 9th: Trump addresses nation about border; Schumer and Pelosi reject Trump’s comments; Kim Jong Un’s train seen leaving Beijing; Gas station canopy collapse during strong winds in Pennsylvania.

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Video shows struggle between fugitive, officer

(8 Jan 2019) Video footage taken before the fatal shooting of a Pennsylvania man by a suburban Chicago police officer shows a struggle with the armed man who was wanted in the death of another man. (Jan. 8)

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Parents sue over district’s policy to arm teachers

(4 Jan 2019) Parents filed a lawsuit to block a Pennsylvania school district from allowing teachers to carry guns in school, the latest in a debate playing out in many states over whether it’s wise to arm educators to protect students from mass shooters. (Jan. 4)

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Watch These First-Time Female Candidates Find Out If They Won On Election Night | She’s Running 4

A record number of women ran for office this year, many of them for the first time; among their ranks were Deidre DeJear, Pearl Kim, Anna Eskamani, and Morgan Zegers. These four very different women, who we followed on the campaign trail for six months, got into politics for very different reasons, but shared one thing in common: They’d never thought they’d be candidates.

Each sought to make history on Tuesday. Democrat DeJear wanted to be Iowa’s secretary of state and the first African-American elected to statewide office in Iowa. Republican Kim, a former special victims prosecutor and sexual assault survivor, ran for Pennsylvania’s 5th Congressional District and to become the first Korean-American woman in Congress. Democrat Eskamani, a former Planned Parenthood employee, hoped to become the first Iranian-American in the Florida state House. And 21-year-old Republican Zegers tried to convince voters to elect to her to the New York State Assembly as its youngest member.

All these women’s canvassing, their fundraising, their sign waving, their speech making, their cow milking, their porkchop flipping, their weeks and months and years of campaigning — all of it came down to just one day.

“It was a pretty incredible experience to be able to vote for myself,” Kim told VICE News. “After all this, to vote myself in for Congress — it’s crazy.”

Watch the final installment of VICE News’ “She’s Running” web series to find out what happened next.

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Pediatrician accused of abusing dozens of children

(31 Oct 2018) Pennsylvania regulators are being criticized for giving a pass to a pediatrician who faced sex abuse accusations 20 years ago and who’s now charged with molesting more than 30 children. (Oct. 31)

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Trump heading to Pittsburgh after synagogue attack

(29 Oct 2018) President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump will visit Pennsylvania on Tuesday to mourn a synagogue massacre that left 11 people dead. (Oct. 29)

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Midterms: Republicans go door to door to rally Trump supporters

Pennsylvania’s Luzerne County saw 58% of its voters back Donald Trump in 2016. As the midterm elections loom closer, volunteers from the local Republican party are hard at work making sure “Trumpsters” turn out to vote – while at the same time trying to win over new supporters.