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Ira Lubert wins auction for Pennsylvania’s sixth satellite casino license

Ira Lubert wins auction for Pennsylvania’s sixth satellite casino license

During Pennsylvania’s recently held auction for the for sixth satellite casino license, local businessman Ira Lubert emerged as the winner by placing a bid of slightly more than the minimum asking

Sunlight used to turn CO2, water vapour into natural gas

Sunlight used to turn CO2, water vapour into natural gasLondon, February 6 : Materials scientists at Pennsylvania State University in University Park have successfully used sunlight to convert carbon dioxide and water vapour into a range of fuels faster than ever before.

Lead researcher Craig Grimes has revealed that his team used hollow titania (titanium dioxide) nanotubes-around 135 nanometres wide and a tenth of a millimetre long-to catalyse the reaction.

Six high school students face pornography charges

Six high school students face pornography charges Three high school girls sent their photos through cell phones. Six high school students are facing pornography charges; informed the Police in Pennsylvania.

On Tuesday, it was reported by a well known newspaper that Greensburg police has caught three female Greensburg-Salem High School students, ages 14 and 15, who have been charged in Westmoreland County with manufacturing, disseminating or possessing child pornography following when they supposedly took pictures of themselves -- two of the girls nude, the other semi-nude -- with their cell phones and sent them to other students.

Men's room taping charges possible

GREENSBURG, Pa., Dec. 2 -- A man who allegedly videotaped another man in the men's room of a western Pennsylvania Wal-Mart could face criminal charges.

The Westmoreland County resident allegedly used his video camera in other public restrooms and stores the results on his home computer, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported. He was nabbed during the weekend by security guards at a store in Unity.

"We received a report of an unusual incident where a male was in a bathroom stall, looked up and observed someone holding a recording device over the stall wall," said Trooper Jeanne Martin, public information officer for the State Police in Greensburg.

Judge orders Pa. to issue paper ballots if machines fail

Palin Attacks Obama On “Spread Wealth Around” Comment

Palin Attacks Obama On “Spread Wealth Around” CommentAlmost immediately after beginning her evening speech at Shippensburg University in central Pennsylvania on Tuesday, Sarah Palin attacked Barrack Obama trying to peg him as a “socialist”, using an interview Obama did with Chicago Public Radio in 2001. Palin claimed that Obama - a former constitutional law professor - favors allowing the judiciary to seize property and personal income in order to “spread the wealth around.”

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