Youngsville Elementary/Middle School will host a live broadcast of the WICU 12 News Today television program from 6 to 7 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 4.
The school was selected as one of four winners of a "How Cool is Your School?" online video contest.
Community members are welcome to attend.
move to Marienville
Tionesta-based state police closed that station on Thursday and moved to Marienville.
The new station is located at 4956 Rt. 899 in Marienville.
Patrol coverage will continue in all of Forest county, Farmington and Washington townships (Clarion County), Barnett, Eldred and Heath township (Jefferson County).
The new phone number for Marienville-based state police is 814-927-5253.
ERIE, Pa. (AP) - Police are hunting for two suspected egg thieves.
The Erie-Times News reports Friday that authorities want to question two people in connection with the theft of 14-dozen eggs earlier this month.
The Northrop Egg Farm lost 14 dozen eggs valued at $22 (and $95 in cash) when the company's self-serve stand was robbed.
The paper reports the farm stand had security cameras and they helped identify two possible suspects.
Police say they're attempting to bring the suspects in for questioning, but are seeking more information in the case.
CONNEAUT LAKE, Pa. (AP) - Officials at a hard-luck northwestern Pennsylvania amusement park say the recent theft of copper wire from a historic wooden roller coaster will not derail the recently refurbished ride, which is the park's biggest draw.
Jack Moyers, chair of the board of trustees at Conneaut Lake Park, tells the Erie Times-News the cables discovered stolen on Saturday aren't crucial to operating the Blue Streak. Instead, the wires were an electrical service line installed to make maintenance more convenient.
The 119-year-old park has battled financial problems and bankruptcy in recent years and the Blue Streak was down for four years before it was reopened on Labor Day weekend 2010 thanks to a $50,000 Pepsi Challenge grant.
Built in 1938, the Blue Streak is one of two remaining Ed Vettel-designed coasters.
CANONSBURG, Pa. (AP) - A western Pennsylvania man has been jailed on assault charges for allegedly attacking his son with a machete during an argument over money.
Police say 42-year-old Robert Gregory, of Canonsburg, accused his son Lorenzo of taking money and then attacked him with the large knife about 10:45 p.m. Thursday.
Police say Gregory then left the house and bought a six-pack of beer from a bar where patrons alerted police because he was covered in blood. Police say they pulled over Gregory a short time later.
Lorenzo Gregory, who police say is in his 20s, was taken to Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh for his injuries, which police say are not life-threatening.
Online court records do not list an attorney for Robert Gregory, who remained in the Washington County Jail Friday unable to post $100,000 bail.