• Tie Down The Ornaments! Gusty Winds Wednesday

    Strong cold front will pass through the area Wednesday. This front will be accompanied by gusty winds well into the 40s, with possibly 50+ gust near the lake shore. It would be a good idea to either tie down anything outside, or better yet bring them in at least until the winds subside on Thursday. []

  • One arrested in relation to seizure of over 200 animals from Summit Twp. farm

    (WJET/WFXP/YourErie.com) — One person is in custody in connection to the seizure of more than 200 animals from a Summit Township farm in October. According to a state police report, Gregory Havican has been arrested in relation with this case. From a story we reported earlier, on Saturday, Oct. 8, PSP troopers opened an investigation []

  • States settle with Google, iHeartMedia over misleading ads

    The FTC and a handful of states announced settlements Monday with Google and iHeartMedia related to misleading radio advertisements about a Google cellphone.

  • Man dies after catching on fire at Nashville hospital, family says

    A Middle Tennessee woman became a widow on Thanksgiving after she says her husband caught fire while being treated at TriStar Centennial Medical Center.

  • Same-sex marriage bill advances one step closer to Senate passage

    The Senate on Monday brought a bill to codify same-sex marriage protections one step closer to passage, voting to end debate on an amendment that features religious liberty protections sought by Republicans. The process wasn't without hiccups, however. Senators ultimately voted 61-35 to advance the amendment to the Respect for Marriage Act that includes language related []

  • Body of missing Tennessee mother found in trunk of car after Michigan police chase, crash

    Michigan State Police have confirmed the person found dead in a trunk of a car in Dearborn, Michigan on Sunday is that of missing Murfreesboro, Tennessee woman, Eleni Kassa.

  • Last chance to honor veterans with Wreaths Across America

    During this holiday season, you can help honor local heroes who served this country by participating in Wreaths Across Americabut time is running out. Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29, is the final day to contribute to the cause by buying a wreath. By providing a wreath for a veteran laid to rest in the cemetery at []

  • High-speed chase ends in crash in Millcreek church parking lot

    A high-speed interstate chase ends with a crash in a Millcreek church parking lot. This is the result of that crash early Sunday morning in the 2900 block of Zimmerly Road in Millcreek. According to Pennsylvania State Police (PSP), the incident began when they tried to stop a car for speeding on Interstate 79. The []

  • Broken down pickup truck leads to drug bust in Crawford County

    (WJET/WFXP/YourErie.com) — A disabled vehicle led to numerous arrests and a drug bust recently in Crawford County. At about 5 p.m., a Pennsylvania State Police trooper saw a broken down 2003 Dodge Ram 1500 along southbound Interstate 79 near Hayfield Township (at about mile marker 156). According to a PSP report, the vehicle occupants allegedly []

  • Suspect in Buffalo supermarket shooting pleads guilty

    The gunman who opened fire in a Buffalo, N.Y., supermarket in May pleaded guilty to charges of murder, murder as a hate crime and hate-motivated domestic terrorism on Monday.

  • Health Report: Breast cancer treatment, how much is too much?

    When a woman is facing breast cancer, treatments like radiation and the removal of potentially cancerous lymph nodes are designed to stop cancer from coming back. Now, researchers are studying the benefits of cutting back on certain treatments for some patients. Chemo, radiation, surgery and new advances in breast cancer treatment have contributed to a []

  • Bird flu prompts slaughter of 1.8M chickens in Nebraska

    Nebraska agriculture officials say another 1.8 million chickens must be killed after bird flu was found on a farm.