LOCAL NEWS | DECEMBER 4, 2017

LOCAL NEWS | DECEMBER 4, 2017

LOCAL NEWS | DECEMBER 4, 2017

Authorities are continuing a burglary investigation stemming from an incident last month in Mifflin County.  According to State Police, an unknown individual forced his way into the building which houses the MCS Bank ATM at Allensville Planing Mill in Menno Township.  The incident occurred during the early-morning hours on November 20th.  Another individual is believed to have assisted with the burglary.  Anyone with information should contact State Police at Lewistown: 717-320-1010.

 

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro and the Bureau of Consumer Protection have formally demanded that Uber provide information on the data hack that affected 57 million people worldwide, including at least 600,000 Uber drivers in the U.S. and 13,000 drivers in the Commonwealth. This is the latest data breach in which the Attorney General’s Office is involved to protect Pennsylvanians.  Shapiro is among several attorneys general leading a 49-state investigation of the massive Equifax data breach impacting at least 145 million Americans and 5.5 million Pennsylvanians.  That investigation is ongoing.

 

Friday’s “Battle of the Morning Shows” went to MERF Radio.  Sister stations MERF, Bigfoot Country and Big Lewie raised more than $8100 ($8164.52) to benefit the Salvation Army.  All funds will help those in need during the Christmas season.

 

Authorities in Juniata County are searching for the owner of a pot-bellied pig.  According to State Police, the black, brown and white pig was found near Juniata Haven Mobile Home Park in Milford Township November 30th.  The owner is asked to call State Police at 717-320-1010.

 

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