(MENDON, Mo.) -- Federal investigators are working to determine if an Amtrak train was traveling at a speed limit of 90 mph when it plowed into a dump truck at a Missouri railroad crossing, killing four people and injuring 150, officials said. Jennifer Homendy, chairman... Read More.
DuBois - At Wednesday's DuBois-Sandy Township Consolidation Board meeting, two reports were approved to move on to the Joint Committee for approval on Monday. Both the Fire sub-committee and the Codes and Zoning sub-committee presented their reports. Also at Wednesday's meeting, the Police sub-committee submitted its consolidation... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- More than 70% of Americans should be able to remove their masks indoors, including inside schools, under new metrics outlined Friday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that represent a seismic shift in how the public health agency plans to... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Amidst growing pressure as COVID-19 cases surge across the country, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has now announced that it will shorten the recommended isolation time for asymptomatic people who test positive for COVID-19, and update guidance... Read More.
(CINCINNATI) -- A settlement in the death of a teenager who died while trapped in his car after calling 911 has included recommendations to improve the call center that failed to help him. Kyle Plush, 16, died in April 2018 of asphyxia due to chest compression... Read More.
(FLAT ROCK, Mich.) -- A gas leak that likely originated at a Ford Motor Company assembly plant in Michigan has prompted health officials to recommend that residents evacuate as the fumes from the fuel drift to nearby neighborhoods. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services... Read More.
DuBois, PA – Many schools are having to rethink what kind of instruction they can offer for the start of the school year after new recommendations from the Department of Education and the Department of Health. With new data about which counties were experiencing the... Read More.
Harrisburg, PA - Last week, Eugene DePasquale, Pennsylvania's Auditor General released his findings in an audit of Pennsylvania's voter registration records at the request of the Department of State. The Auditor General reported that he found more than 50,000 cases of potentially inaccurate voter records... Read More.