Hundreds of Small Earthquakes Felt in Jurupa Valley Area in Past Week
Residents in the Riverside County community of Glen Avon may be feeling a bit rattled with the recent slew of small earthquakes in the area, but the swarm of temblors is quite common, one local seismologist says. Data from Southern California Earthquake Data Center at Caltech shows hundreds of small quakes have been detected in the Glen Avon area in the past few days, but only two measured above magnitude 3.0. The residential area is part of the city of Jurupa Valley, northwest of the city of Riverside.
Authorities rule boy’s death accidental stabbing, neighbors in York react
YORK, Pa. -- We're learning more about the deadly stabbing of a 13-year-old boy in York. It happened over the weekend on the 1000 block of East Philadelphia Street in York. The York County Coroner released Tre Hartman's autopsy results Monday afternoon. York County Coroner Pam Gay is now saying the boy died after a stab wound to the neck.
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"I Love Lucy" showing in theaters across the country on August 6, Lucille Ball's birthday
"I Love Lucy" fans will be able to view full-length, colorized episodes on Lucille Ball's birthday, August 6. Fathom Events and CBS teamed up to bring "I Love Lucy: A Colorized Celebration" to movie theaters nationwide. Five favorite episodes of "I Love Lucy" will be presented in colorized versions, including: Lucy Does a TV Commercial: In this classic "I Love Lucy" episode, Lucy has angled her way onto Ricky's special as the show's pitch girl. Includes Newly Colorized Footage!
Pedestrian struck by car in Hershey
DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. -- Police are investigating a late-night crash involving a pedestrian who was struck by a car. According to police, the pedestrian is 32-year-old Nicole L. Mikanowicz of Hershey and the driver of the car is 71-year-old Bernadette M. Papson of Lebanon. On Saturday night, Mikanowicz was allegedly crossing from the north side of East Chocolate Avenue to the south side of the roadway when she was struck by Papson. Police say Mikanowicz sustained severe injuries and was transported to Hershey Medical Center for treatment.
Hummelstown woman killed in early morning train crash
DERRY TOWNSHIP, Dauphin County - Police are investigating a deadly train crash that killed a Hummelstown woman early Sunday morning. Investigators say the crash happened after 3 a.m in the area of the 1000 block of Old West Chocolate Avenue. Officers say 51-year-old Tabitha Meister's vehicle became stuck on the railroad tracks. Witnesses say that she tried to move her car off of the tracks but was unsuccessful.
Police still searching for other gunman in north Toledo shooting
TOLEDO, Ohio (WNWO) -- A 19-year-old is facing murder charges after a graduation party in Toledo turned deadly Wednesday afternoon. 19-year-old Darius Stenson was arraigned in court Thursday morning. He's being held on a $1 million bond for the murder of 26-year-old Ta-Tyanna Hamilton. "It's really tragic that a graduation party ultimately leads to a homicide," said Lt. Kevan Toney, Toledo Police Department public information officer. Police were called just before 3 p. m.
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Coroner: 61-year-old woman dies at hospital following vehicle crash in York County
YORK COUNTY, Pa. -- A 61-year-old woman died at York Hospital Monday afternoon following a vehicle crash in York County, the coroner's office said in a news release. Gail Matthews, of Yoe, was involved in a crash at the intersection of Camp Betty Washington Road and Springwood Road in York Township, according to the news release. Crews were dispatched to the scene at 1:46 p.m.
Changes in the Church: How local Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints are reacting
Some members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints used to joke that LDS actually stood for long day Sunday. But, no more. More changes were announced by the faith's leadership over the weekend. "The most glaring omission is the absence of the savior's name,” said the churches Prophet, Russell Nelson. Nelson has officially ousted the names “Mormon” or “LDS” referring the church.