The office was made aware of the photos on Wednesday.
A creek in New Sewickley Township went over its banks. The water surrounded several homes and flooded a road.
A man entered the TD Bank shortly before 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, demanded money and fled with an undisclosed amount.
A man plunged about 90 to 100 feet from scaffolding at Geisinger Medical Center at about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.
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A coroner concluded Susan Bachman died from a skull fracture. Police say the investigation is complete based on those autopsy results.
Prosecutors agreed not to press for a mandatory life term if 24-year-old Khusen Akhmedov of Lancaster agreed to a nonjury trial.
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Authorities say Ahmen Holloman was racing Khusen Akhmedov as the mother and her children were crossing a boulevard on foot in July 2013.
Police are investigating whether the bullet came from someone nearby celebrating the Fourth of July.
The house had been vacant for about a month and had been on fire previously.
A police spokeswoman said the 17-year-old girl died after she was found shortly before 3:30 a.m. Sunday in Hunting Park.
Coroner Scott Grim said both were killed by gunshot wounds, and he ruled the manner of death homicide for both.
Police believe the gunshot came from outside the park, possibly from someone firing a gun to celebrate the holiday.
Officers flagged down in west Philadelphia found a 36-year-old man shot in the chest.
Police found a shattered rear glass sliding door and a shattered second-floor bedroom window at a Blanford Court home.
Veterinarian Leah Mitchell said the horse had a few cuts but wasn’t badly hurt.
Concerts, the Fourth of July fireworks show, and other land-based events will go on normally.
Susan Gryziec, owner of “Flowers And…” in Plymouth, says the animals probably did more damage than a car would have done.