IUP student shot in off-campus road-rage incident INDIANA, Pa. (AP) - State police have been searching for a man charged with shooting an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student in the leg in a possible road rage incident. Trooper John Matchik says police believe the suspect, 29-year-old Eagan Minich ... 01/31/2014 - 3:04 am | View Link
IUP student charged with raping woman off campus A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania has been charged with raping a woman at an off-campus residence. Taylor Michael Groff, 19, of Conestoga, was charged by police in Indiana Borough, where the university is located, about 45 miles northeast of ... 03/14/2013 - 6:31 am | View Link
IUP student dies in dorm room Authorities are awaiting results of toxicology tests to learn how an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student died in his dormitory room on the campus. Daniel Martin Engler, 24, of New Kensington, Westmoreland County, may have been dead for more than 12 ... 05/7/2012 - 3:51 am | View Link
New Kensington student found dead in IUP dorm room An Indiana University of Pennsylvania student was found dead in his dorm room early Sunday morning, Indiana County Coroner Michael Baker said. The body of Daniel Martin Engler, 24, whose permanent residence is on Pershing Drive in New Kensington ... 05/6/2012 - 7:38 am | View Link
IUP student dies in crash A 21-year-old Philadelphia woman was killed in a car accident Thursday morning on Route 422 in Cherryhill, Indiana County. Coroner Michael A. Baker identified the victim as Baria C. Miley, a junior nursing student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 09/30/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Health News Current News and Background about Weightloss (Obesity). Are you carrying some extra weight? Two-thirds of American adults are either overweight or obese, according to ... 07/18/2014 - 11:07 am | View Website
Pennsylvania student busted with pot worth $115K | Local ... A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania has been jailed on drug charges after police say they found $15,000 in cash in his car. 07/18/2014 - 9:55 am | View Website
European Union foreign ministers are meeting to consider further sanctions against Russia because of the downing of the Malaysian jetliner, with Britain and some other countries demanding much tougher measures.
One of D. C.’s great power couples is no more. The press service of the Russian Tennis Federation announced Sunday that Capitals star Alex Ovechkin and Russian tennis pro Maria Kirilenko have broken off their engagement. R-Sport reported the sad news with a quote from Kirilenko. Read full article >>
A D. C. Superior Court judge concluded Monday that DNA evidence exonerates a man who spent 26 years in prison in the 1982 killing of a Washington woman. Kevin Martin’s case marks the fifth time in as many years that federal prosecutors in the District have acknowledged that errors by an elite FBI forensic unit had led to a conviction that should be overturned.
Fake sex workers are everywhere on Tinder, according to a new report by the security firm Symantec. What the report doesn’t mention: Real sex workers aren’t unheard of on dating sites, either. The Symantec report, which came out Tuesday, documented a number of scams that many Tinder users have probably swiped-left by before: enticements to chat on sketchy platforms with names like “Slut Roulette,” provocative photos promising dirty acronyms for cash, short-URL advertisements for webcam sites and services that cost absurd amounts of money.
Why they arrested Ryan Shucard last week, I shall never know. All he did was bring your basic 9mm Smith & Wesson handgun into the U. S. Capitol (actually, the Cannon House Office Building), upon which, in clear violation of what the Founders intended — right, Justice Antonin Scalia? — he was seized and later had to appear in D.