THURSDAY APRIL 17 2014

THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 2014

SCHOOL STABBING

DESPITE SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS AND RUMORS, MURRYSVILLE POLICE CHIEF THOMAS SEEFELD SAYS THEY HAVE FOUND NO EVIDENCE THAT ALEX HRIBAL WAS A VICTIM OF BULLYING. THE 16-YEAR-OLD FACES ATTEMPTED HOMICIDE AND OTHER CHARGES FOR A STABBING RAMPAGE LAST WEEK AT FRANKLIN REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL. HRIBAL’S PRELIMINARY HEARING IS SCHEDULED APRIL 30TH.

PENN STATE STABBING

PENN STATE ALTOONA STUDENT 21 YEAR OLD BRANDON FRICK HASA BEEN ORDERED TO STAND TRIAL FOR STABBING 2 OTHER MEN LAST SUNDAY AT A STATE COLLEGE APARTMENT BUILDING. HE’S CHARGED WITH AGGRAVATED ASSAULT AND OTHER OFFENSES. POLICE SAY 22-YEAR-OLD ROBERT DONALDSON AND 21-YEAR-OLD WILLIAM STRANBURG WAIVED THEIR PRELIMINARY HEARINGS ON CHARGES OF MAKING TERRORISTIC THREATS AND POSSESSION OF AN INSTRUMENT OF CRIME. THE 2 VICTIMS HAVE BEEN RELEASED FROM THE HOSPITAL.

ARSON SUSPECT DUE IN COURT

Local News 4-17-14

STUDENTS WIN AWARD

A five-member team of PennState students captured first-place in the Ag Springboard 2014 student business plan competition. The contest aims to spark and nurture innovation in agriculture. The team, known as “Leafy,” marketed a wireless sensor that detects moisture directly from plant leaves. According to a release, sensors attach directly to plant leaves without damaging them and use technology that makes them more accurate than other devices that measure moisture from parts of plants. The team received $7,500 for its first place finish.

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