A Pittsburgh man is in the Erie County Prison on $75,000 bond after a chase involving Millcreek Police. Millcreek Police attempted to pull over motorcycle driver John Baldridge of Pittsburgh for an expired and suspended license plate. Baldridge took off and led police on a short chase. Police discontinued the chase but soon found the motorcycle parked, and arrested Baldridge.
Police were called to a house in the 4300 block of Harding Drive around 12:30 A.M. Saturday morning after getting reports of a man being slashed in the face with a knife. Christopher Good is accused of slashing a 29 year old man. Good was arraigned before District Justice Tom Robie and sent to the County Prison with bond set
An elderly couple is alright after they lost control of their SUV, smashing into the Burger King on 26th and Peninsula. The accident happened around noon today. The driver said the vehicle was a rental, and he was not used to the "pedal layout" and hit the gas instead of the breaks. No injuries but the building was damaged.
Here you can see the fireworks as they explode over the night sky. After a short hiatus, the 'Boom Over The Bay' has returned this holiday weekend. The public made it clear that the fireworks show was missed and many came together to bring back the 'Boom Over The Bay.'
A high speed chase Saturday night ended up with the driver slamming into a power pole along East Lake Road. Police attempted to pull the driver over for a traffic violation but the driver refused to stop and a chase ensued. Speeds reportedly reached 100 MPH before the driver lost control and slammed into a telephone pole, sheering the pole
Hot dogs hamburgers, steaks, all of these barbecue food favorites were being enjoyed at Presque Isle State Park to celebrate our nations freedom. Saturday was the perfect weather to enjoy the peninsula we have in our backyard.Thousands of people both residents and tourists came to celebrate on our beaches. Although this is a popular barbecuing holiday, residents reminds us of
A favorite 4th of July tradition took to the streets of Millcreek Township. Thousands of people lined West 12th street for the Millcreek parade. It featured over 100 entries from marching bands to floats and balloons. This parade has become an annual event for community members.
July 3, 2015 - Waldameer played host to larger than usual crowds Friday, as people gathered for the first fireworks in the city for Independence Day 2015. Long lines, fast rides and lots of sunny weather made for the perfect start to the 3-day weekend for most folks, culminating in a huge fireworks show that began around 10PM Friday and
July 3, 2015 - The coroner has released the name of the young man shot in the head inside a vehicle as Justin Wiley, 22. Erie police were called to West 19th and Chestnut Street early Thursday morning. There, they found a 22 year old male, Justin Wiley, behind the wheel of his car, dead from a gunshot wound to
Fireworks are a key part of 4th of July celebrations, but this recreational tradition could be dangerous if they are not used properly. They fill the sky with color like a light-show, fireworks are a traditional celebration for Independence Day. However this recreational activity could become dangerous if they are not used Safely. Remember before you light your fireworks to
Pennsylvania State Police officers are the only officers able to use radar. The devices, of course, can read the speed of a vehicle instantly. July 4th weekend marks the start of the patrol of state troopers on Presque Isle State Park. It's all about safety officials say and having another unit on the park only helps. Troopers use radar to
Swerving in the road, crossing the lines, or not obeying traffic signs are some of the reasons you can get pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence. But what happens when the officer tells you to step to the back of the vehicle to perform a field sobriety test? You'll be asked to follow the tip of a
They may be called mayflies but July is the prime time to spot these insects. The good news is they're harmless, and only live between 24-48 hours. To keep them from bugging you, environmentalists say stay away from bright lights. The return of mayflies in the past few years is due to the Lake Erie Waters becoming cleaner.
In between fireworks today and tomorrow, The 5th Anniversary Edition of the Millcreek 4th of July Parade will take over West 12th Street from Peninsula Drive to Guertner Avenue. Marshall Drive, West 12th Street, and Powell Avenue from West 11th Street up to West 26th will be closed from 9:00 A.M. - Noon.
It's all hands on deck for our Lake Erie Lifeguards as they take the stands this holiday weekend. They're the eyes and ears of the beaches, helping to keep your holiday weekend a safe one. Lifeguards say you can play a key role in helping them keep everyone safe. They're asking you to keep an eye on little ones and
Leaner meats are best, like ground chicken or turkey instead of beef to lower the fat and calorie count. Your cream-based potato or macaroni salad can be replaced by a whole wheat pasta salad with fresh vegetables and olive oil. Ditch the potato chips and opt for multi-grain crackers, or whole grain tortilla chips with less saturated fat. You can
Another contestant in the Happi 92.7 "Live In It To Win It" contest has left the bus. Nicole Arndt, Nicki to her friends, called it quits late last night after 12 days living on the bus. Nikki said a lot of pressing family matters made her make the tough decision to leave. That leaves Will, Liz, and Izi left. The
Golden Center Living's Western Reserve responded to the allegations with a statement, reading in part: "No doubt, this is an unfortunate result of Kathleen Kane's inappropriate and questionable relationship with a Washington, D.C. based plaintiff's firm that preys on legitimate businesses." and goes on to say, "We plan to vigorously defend the reputation of Golden Living and its employees."
According to Pennsylvania State Police in Warren, 56 year old Kenneth Roberts served as the Treasurer and Assistant Chief of the Youngsville Volunteer Fire Department. During that time, he used credit and debit cards from the Youngsville Volunteer Fire Department for his own personal and business expenses. He allegedly took possession of a fire engine he won in an auction,
Fireworks will light up the sky over Presque Isle this 4th of July, after a short hiatus Erie residents will have their light-show in the sky back this holiday weekend. The public made it clear that the fireworks show was missed and many came together to bring back the 'Boom Over The Bay.' The 'Boom Over The Bay' begins Saturday