This weekend on WKOK

This weekend on WKOK: Saturday: + Local news updates. + Kim Komando 11am to 2pm. + Fox Sports Radio 2pm, with updates on the NFL playoffs.   Sunday: + Day One, and Catholic Perspective 6am. + Local news updates. + CBS Weekend Roundup 10am. + Legends of Success 11am — The Claire Brothers Part one. Part two next week. + Penn State Basketball 11:30am. + Fox Sports updates on the NFL playoffs 3pm.   Follow

Threats prompt courthouse lockdown

  MIDDLEBURG — Charges were filed against an unidentified Port Trevorton woman who allegedly threatened a man in Middleburg.  The Friday afternoon incident also prompted a brief lockdown of the Snyder County Courthouse. Middleburg Police say it all started just after 2:00p.m. in the parking lot of grocery store.  A 37-year-old woman holding a baseball bat allegedly approached the vehicle of a 20-year-old man.   The woman coaxed the man out of the vehicle, told him to get on his knees and reportedly then got a rifle and pointed it at the man’s chest.  According to a police report, during the incident the woman said, “Are you going to stop stalking my niece…do you believe…

Woman hit by vehicle in Lewisburg


  LEWISBURG — A Lewisburg woman is in serious condition after being hit by a vehicle Thursday morning.  72-year-old Nancy Stickley was walking on 15th Street around 11:15a.m. when she was hit by a vehicle turning left from Industrial Boulevard to 15th Street.   Stickley was taken to EvangelicalCommunityHospital and then transferred to GeisingerMedicalCenter where she is in serious condition.  No word if any charges will be filed in the incident. (Sara Bartlett) Follow

Three noontime injury accidents in The Valley

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  UNDATED – There were three injury accidents, around noon, in The Valley Friday:   The first happened near Herndon, on Herndon Bypass road. Troopers say Elijah and Jedidiah Ilgenfritz of Dornsife were injured and did not require hospitalization. The two teens were in a car that went off the road, hit a dirt embankment, and rolled over. Both were wearing seatbelts according to state police.   The second crash happened when a Dornsife woman escaped serious injury after a crash on Route 147. That crash was in LowerAugustaTownship, Northumberland County Friday afternoon.  21-year-old Katelynn Straub was driving just after noon on Route 147 near Hallowing Run Road when she lost control of her vehicle….

Small games of chance deadline extended

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  SUNBURY — A law that holds organizations accountable for their small games of chance has been extended.  The Pennsylvania government has extended the reporting deadline one year, from February 1 of this year, to February 1, 2014.   State Representative Lynda Schlegal-Culver (R-108, Sunbury) held a seminar in Sunbury Thursday to explain some of the changes.  “The change in the law is to raise the prize limits, which the clubs have been asking for several years.  Along with that, there will be a reporting of the money made so that the club knows what they are making.  If for some reason, money gets stolen it will then be easier for police to investigate because…

Latest Pennsylvania news, sports, business, and entertainment

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  HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – The operator of the British national lottery is poised to take over the Pennsylvania Lottery in a privatization deal promising $34 billion in profits over the next 20 years. Gov. Tom Corbett’s administration awarded the contract to Camelot Global Services on Friday. Pennsylvania would join Illinois and Indiana as states that have hired private companies to run their lotteries. The Pennsylvania Lottery is among the country’s largest, with $3.5 billion in sales last year. Secretary of Revenue Daniel Meuser says Camelot cannot begin work until the contract is executed. That’s expected to happen next week. Camelot still faces hurdles. The lottery employees’ union is suing to block the contract and…

Weekend AccuWeather Forecast


Today: Widespread dense fog this morning; otherwise milder today with clouds and a few peeks of sun. High 50. Tonight: Mainly cloudy tonight with areas of fog. Low 41. Tomorrow: Some fog tomorrow morning, then mostly cloudy and unseasonably warm with a couple of sprinkles. High 55. Monday: a couple of showers in the morning; otherwise, cooler with clouds breaking for some sun. High 47. Tuesday: cloudy and colder with a chance for a bit of snow or flurries. High 39. Wednesday: partly sunny. High 42. Follow