|Penn State Board of Trustees Reform|
HERSHEY- A state
lawmaker from Luzerne County says while Penn State Universityís Board of
Trustees has adopted a series of reforms, the board hasnít gone far enough and
the state legislature needs to step in and make the necessary changes.
|FOW- Paul Ulrich|
CLEARFIELD- The Fugitive of the Week is Paul
Eugene Ulrich of Grove Avenue, Johnston. A warrant
was issued for Ulrich after he failed to appear for court February 20.
Police say Ulrich and two other individuals unlawfully
removed items from a store on Plaza Drive in Clearfield in September and they previously took items from another Clearfield
|Competition for Governor|
HARRISBURG (AP) ó Candidates for Pennsylvania governor and lieutenant governor who are
seeking to compete in the state's May 20 primary must turn in their nomination
petitions by Tuesday.
|Teenager Reported Missing Sunday|
Clearfield State Police are looking for a missing 16-year-old boy from
Woodland. Police say Philip Brown Jr. was last seen in the area of Madera
around 3 pm yesterday, in a residence on Shiloh road in Bradford Township.
|State College Apartments Robbed|
COLLEGE- Police are investigating the connection between burglaries at
apartment complexes in downtown State College. State College Police say unknown
suspects entered the Meridian Apartments Friday morning during a fire alarm and
stole an unknown amount of items.
|Anti-Immigrant Ordinance in PA Dies in High Court|
HAZLETON - The U.S. Supreme Court has
refused to hear the case of anti-immigrant ordinances passed by a Pennsylvania
city in 2006 but deemed unconstitutional by lower courts.
|Does Solar Program's Sundown Cast Shadow on PA Renewables?|
HARRISBURG - A program introduced five years ago to fund solar programs in
Pennsylvania is now out of money, but advocates say that hasn't plunged the
industry into darkness across the state.
|Police Find Improperly Shipped Seafood|
DuBois State Police seized a truck load of seafood on Thursday because it was
improperly transported. A commercial vehicle was stopped for a marking
violation and during an inspection officers noticed the seafood was not being
kept at a safe temperature.