Corbett Vs the NCAA
The legal battle between Governor Corbett and the NCAA will land in a court room for the first time today.
Judge Yvette Kane will hear oral arguments in the case in
The NCAA is asking the judge to throw out the lawsuit saying that Corbett has no business intervening in a settled agreement between the association and the university.The hearing will be held at 2pm.
Beginning today, some of the busiest parts of
State Department of Transportation Crews will be doing survey work from 6am-6pm to inspect the drainage systems along the stretch of the road to see if anything needs to be repaired or replaced.
The northbound lanes of Interstate 99 will also be restricted beginning today. According to PennDOT, maintenance crews will be repairing joint sealing along the corridor between
The road work on I-99 will last until September, but will be lifted during high traffic times, such as Arts Fest and home football games.
Pennsylvania Superior Court, district judge and jury commissioner at the county and municipal level are among the positions on the ballot for tomorrows Primary election in
Though the price of gas has been relatively stable statewide, other parts of the country are seeing an increase.According to the latest Lundberg Survey, the average price of a regular gallon of gas jumped 11 cents over the past 2 weeks to $3.66.Statewide, a regular gallon of gas is just under $3.48. As of this morning in
Click it or Ticket
State Police will be out in full force nationwide as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s click it or ticket campaign begins today.According to the NHTSA, the annual 2 week crackdown has resulted in more than 3 million seatbelt citations of the last 5 years.
Though the campaign is primarily aimed at increasing the use of seat belts, each of the department’s troops will conduct at least 1 safety seat check during the campaign in an effort to help parents and guardians with the proper installation and use of the seats.The Click it or Ticket campaign will run through June 2.