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SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY (WOLF) — About a year and a half after severe storms left behind some serious damage in Susquehanna County, money from the federal government is flowing in.
Almost $2.5 million will go to Franklin Township for road repairs and PennDOT for repairs to bridges in Susquehanna County.
UPDATE (12/11/19) Pennsylvania State Police have identified the suspect involved in the incident as 68-year-old Delos Lowe of Elkland.
The investigation is ongoing.
UPDATE: Pennsylvania Congressman Fred Keller has released a statement regarding the 14-hour standoff situation that left two troopers injured and the suspect dead.
A Tioga County, Pennsylvania man who reportedly shot and wounded a state trooper Tuesday is dead.
The suspect, identified by state police as Delos P. Lowe, 68, of 1507 Barney Hill Road in Nelson Township, was killed during a shootout with police at his home early Wednesday morning.
TIOGA COUNTY, Pa. (WETM) – Congressman Fred Keller, who represents Tioga County, has released the following statement after a Pennsylvania State Trooper was shot while conducting a welfare check in Nelson Township.
U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, serving Clinton and surrounding counties in Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District, said Tuesday’s announcement of two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump mark “a sad day for our Republic.”
WASHINGTON — Lawmakers have reached a landmark agreement on paid parental leave for federal workers that could institute paid time off for civilian employees for the first time.
Washington, D.C. — Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA) has co-sponsored H.R. 19, the Lower Costs, More Cures Act, what he says is a bipartisan solution aimed at lowering prescription drug prices that should be brought up for a vote immediately.
U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, R-Kreamer, has not wavered in his support for Donald Trump amidst impeachment proceedings against the President.
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives announced two articles of impeachment Tuesday against President Donald Trump, accusing him of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress as a result of his dealings with Ukrainian leaders.
The news Tuesday morning that the Democratic majority in the U.S. House of Representatives had filed articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump elicited strong reactions from members of Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation.