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Pennsylvania trooper killing: Who is suspect Eric Frein?
CNN
(CNN) -- As far as manhunts go, Eric Matthew Frein is an especially challenging target. The suspected cop killer has extensive training as a marksman. Police say he's a survivalist who knows his way around the woods where they think he's hiding.
In Tense Woods, Pennsylvania State Police Shift From Prey to HuntersNew York Times
Pennsylvania cop shooter's rifle found, police say (PHOTOS)Q13 FOX
Pennsylvania continues manhunt for suspect in state trooper's slayingLos Angeles Times
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Survivalist Eric Frein Still on the Run 10 Days After Slaying of Pennsylvania ...
People Magazine
At the same time, he said, investigation has shown that Frein, 31, from Canadensis, Pennsylvania – a self-taught survivalist whose home possessions included a copy of a book entitled Sniper Training and Employment, according to court documents – had ...
Pennsylvania State Police Say They Are Close to Capturing Suspect in Troopers ...New York Times
Pennsylvania governor: I'm confident we will find the gunman who shot two ...Washington Post (blog)
Pennsylvania police descend into mountains for manhunt – in picturesThe Guardian
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Search area narrowing in hunt for Pennsylvania ambush shooting suspect ...
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Authorities in Pennsylvania believe the search area for a gunman who went on a deadly ambush at a state police barracks is narrowing Monday as investigators look into reports of sightings. State Police Lt. Col. George Bivens said authorities have ...


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4 kids killed in Pennsylvania crash weren't restrained, authorities say
Fox News
Four children killed in a multi-vehicle crash in northeastern Pennsylvania were not in booster seats or wearing seatbelts when the car in which they were traveling caused a high-speed, four-car crash, police said Sunday. The Saturday afternoon crash ...
5 Killed in Pennsylvania Car Crash, Including KidsABC News

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New York Times (blog)

The Great Pennsylvania Poultry Disaster
New York Times (blog)
He's less than 40 feet away from me, his front paws and muzzle smeared with feathers and blood. Though I'm waving my arms and howling at him, this yearling black bear seems utterly unimpressed. The crazy-old-coot-on-the-Pennsylvania-mountaintop act, ...

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The Detroit News

Tensions high as Pennsylvania ambush suspect evades capture
The Oregonian - OregonLive.com
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett speaks of accused cop killer Eric Matthew Frein during a news conference at Blooming Grove Municipal Township Building in Blooming Grove Township, Pa., Sept. 22, 2014. At left is Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin ...
Tensions high as ambush suspect evades captureThe Detroit News

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Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Pennsylvania inspectors key to Marcellus regulation
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
In 2008, there were 1,262 inspections of 377 active, unconventional, Marcellus well sites, in addition to 10,058 inspections of 7,143 conventional, shallow wells in Pennsylvania. By 2013, those figures had grown to 12,391 inspections of 5,559 active, ...

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Pennsylvania law firms look to 'reassert' themselves locally
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
As Pennsylvania-based law firms were setting their sights on national and international markets, out-of-town firms started opening up shop in the state. With foreign expansion slowing and competition in the local market increasing, area firms are ...


Pennsylvania derailment won't get full probe
abc27
(AP) - Federal railroad authorities say they won't be making a full investigation of a derailment of 17 freight cars in central Pennsylvania over the weekend. Seventeen cars of an eastbound Norfolk Southern train derailed in Altoona on Saturday morning.

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Pennsylvania ranks 41st in road report
Timesonline.com
But the report, released last week by the Los Angeles-based Reason Foundation, doesn't take into account Act 89, the state's new transportation funding law, which will put about $2.4 billion in new money toward improving roads in Pennsylvania. “I guess ...

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