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Reality TV copter crew goes down near Pa. campus

Authorities in western Pennsylvania say a helicopter carrying a reality television crew crashed near Indiana University of Pennsylvania, seriously injuring two of the four people aboard, but no fatalities were reported. Full story

Defense says feds 'Le-Nature's search flawed

A defense attorney says federal agents wrongly seized evidence from the home of the former chief executive of defunct western Pennsylvania soft-drink maker Le-Nature's Inc. — because they went to the wrong address. Full story

Owners of Pa. dog that fought rabid raccoon sought

Authorities in western Pennsylvania are urging a couple whose dog fought a raccoon earlier this month on the Montour Trail to get the dog to a veterinarian to be tested for rabies. Full story

AP: Pa. woman sues over Target debt collection

A western Pennsylvania woman filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against Target Corp. and its law firm over the discount department store chain's debt collection practices, saying false affidavits were used to go after customers who allegedly owed money to a subsidiary bank that issues the store's cre Full story

Pa. wants to end gas-drilling wastewater discharge

Amid criticism from environmentalists and growing concern from scientists, Pennsylvania on Tuesday asked the state's booming natural gas industry to halt disposing of millions of gallons of contaminated drilling wastewater through treatment plants that discharge into rivers and streams. Full story

No injuries after small plane's emergency landing

Emergency responders in western Pennsylvania say a small plane has made an emergency landing in a field, but no injuries were reported. Full story

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  Can shale change how we use energy?

Time's Rick Stengel joins Morning Joe to reveal this week's cover story, which focuses on why shale-gas could change global energy use for the better. Stengel also discusses a new article dealing with a burial controversy at Arlington National Cemetery.