Harrisburg Sharks beat Mt. Joy, improve to 9-0 in GEFA
The Harrisburg Sharks topped 40 points for the third straight week in 48-18 win over the Mt. Joy Cyclones at East Pennsboro High School. Harrisburg is now 9-0 in the Great Eastern Football Association.
Witnesses: Car strikes crowd at Va. parade
Witnesses in southwestern Virginia say a car has driven into a crowd at a parade
Shippensburg woman, 76, hit by car and killed
Woman struck on Route 11 in Greene Township, Franklin County
Cops: Pa. woman served laced burritos to family
Police say an eastern Pennsylvania woman tried to poison her husband and daughter with burritos laced with prescription medicine.
Powerball jackpot closes in on another record
It's been less than 10 months since the world record for a lottery prize. On Saturday night, it could conceivably fall once again
Probe begins after Conn. commuter trains crash
Officials are describing a devastating scene of shattered cars and other damage where two trains packed with rush-hour commuters collided in Connecticut
Pa. unemployment rate drops slightly in April
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate declined slightly last month, but remains above the national rate.
Lancaster DA: Man in custody after police standoff in Lancaster City
Police took man into custody after he fired shots and barricaded himself in his home
Shippensburg beats Millersville at NCAA baseball regionals
Senior Cody Kulp hit a pair of RBI-doubles as Shippensburg University baseball team notched its first NCAA tournament victory since 2008 with a 4-1 victory over No. 1 seed Millersville at the NCAA Division II Atlantic regional.
City Islanders rally, earn important 2-2 tie vs. Orlando City
Yann Ekra's unassisted goal in the 72nd minute gave the Harrisburg City Islanders a 2-2 draw against the Orlando City Lions at Skyline Sports Complex in a meeting of two of the best teams in USL Pro.
A mother's message about drug abuse
A Lancaster County mother who lost her son in a car accident is urging other parents to pay attention to the signs of drug abuse.
Teens charged for pointing paintball gun at Borough residents
Four Chambersburg teens are facing numerous charges after they were caught pointing a paintball gun at residents out of a car window.
Harrisburg School Board unanimously approves school recovery plan
Chief Recovery Officer Gene Veno says no staff will be furloughed, no schools closed and no cuts to the arts and sports.
Special Report: Fatal custody exchange
Flanked by toys that she can't bear to put away, Hollie Ayers opened up about losing her 2-year-old son Michael during a custody exchange that ended deadly.
UPDATE(2): Two trains collide in Connecticut, dozens of people with injuries
A New York-area commuter railroad says two trains have collided in Connecticut, and there are preliminary reports of injuries.
Chambersburg's Ryan sets new mark at District 3 Track & Field Championships
Chambersburg's Marshay Ryan is the headliner at the PIAA District 3 Track & Field Championships. She didn't disappoint, either, on the first day of events at Shippensburg University.
Local scouts gather to voice opinion on allowing openly gay scouts
One thing that the organizers wanted to make very clear is that this was not an anti-gay rally.
Police searching for man using stolen credit card in Cumberland County
Police are searching for a man they say has been using a stolen credit card in different areas in Cumberland County.
Police investigating suspicious fire in Conewago Township
Police in Conewago Township, York County are investigating a suspicious fire.
Report from CDC will make you think twice before heading to the pool
Some news from a study from the Center For Disease Control isn't exactly creating a splash among swimmers.
Former teacher sent sexual related text messages to student
A former Williams Valley High School teacher faces corruption of minor charges after sexting a student.
Officials seize $50,000 of marijuana after domestic dispute
A man and woman from York County are facing charges after police were called to a home for a disturbance and they confessed to having marijuana growing in shed.
Three teens arrested for setting two vacant homes, mill on fire
Two of the fires were on the property of the Gammache Mansion, while the other was at the Stehli Silk Mill.
Many believe the American government is spiraling out of control
Senator Manchin is working on a bill that would make it a crime for federal employees to use their position to drive political agendas.
Shots fired at man because he wasn’t wanted in the area
A 46-year-old man told police he was in the area and came across a group of young men.
Man arrested for arson after destroying van by setting it on fire
An Annville man has been arrested for setting a van on fire on Wednesday.
Chambersburg Utilities to cut up Route 11 in advance of PennDOT paving project
Traffic in Chambersburg will be rerouted on Route 11 for several months while crews work to prepare for a major street upgrade by PennDOT.
Powerball hits record jackpot of $600 million before Saturday drawing
As of noon Friday, Pennsylvania Lottery Powerball tickets were selling at about $11,308 per minute.
French will not return as Bears head coach
Mark French will not return as head coach of the Hershey Bears for the 2013-2014 season.
Cumberland Valley wins Mid-Penn softball title
Kayla Sullenberger homered and pitched a complete game in Cumberland Valley's 8-1 win over Susquenita in the Mid-Penn softball championship game at Big Spring.
PSU Harrisburg baseball eliminated from NCAAs
Penn State Harrisburg allowed 13 runs in the final two innings and was eliminated by Johns Hopkins 15-2 in the regional round of the NCAA Division III Baseball Championships at PNC Field.
Military imposters claim awards and medals they did not earn
Military veterans call it an outrage that dishonors them, and those who died in battle.
"Voice of the Voter"- Harrisburg Mayoral candidates
We asked the five candidates running for Harrisburg Mayor questions about crime, the city's financial crisis, jobs and the city's debt. Here's what they had to say.
PA Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs
UPDATE(2): Boaters rescued after their raft goes over the Dock Street Dam
Rescue crews, police and EMS are headed to the Susquehanna River just south of the Dock Street Dam, or Interstate 83.
Millersville wins NCAA opener over Concord 5-4
The Millersville baseball team rallied twice and held on for a 5-4 win over Concord in the opening round of the NCAA Atlantic Regional at Gene Hooks Field in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Road closed for 5 hours while crews clean up oil leaking from bus
A road in Lancaster County was shut down for 5 hours on Thursday after oil leaked from a bus and caused minor crashes.
Harrisburg man arrested for heroin
A Harrisburg man was arrested after he was found in possession of 98 packets of heroin.
UPDATE: Transgender teen Issak Wolfe speaks to Red Lion School Board with many supporters
Issak Wolfe has been living life as a boy since he transitioned during his early years of high school.
Harrisburg cracking down on trash, except for at properties owned by the City
One of the objectives is to clean up the city by fining property owners who don’t maintain their land.
York Schools loses Superintendent and board members, finds out plan for future in same meeting
Superintendent Dr. Deborah Wortham announced her resignation at Wednesday night’s school board meeting.
Funeral held for former PA Governor George Leader
Hundreds gathered to remember former PA Governor George Leader in Derry Township, Dauphin County on Thursday.
Several people caught entering into unlocked cars, stealing items
A resident watched three men enter his neighbor’s car and then run away.
Native of Mexico arrested/charged with illegal reentry in Cumberland County
The U.S. Department of Justice announced the arrest of a man who is a native of Mexico.
Major drug operation distributing cocaine, marijuana and heroin broken up, 19 arrested
During the investigation, detectives identified 25 individuals that were active members of the organization.
U.S. Marshals arrest alleged sex offender in York County
The U.S. Marshals have arrested an alleged sex offender in Hanover, York County.
UPDATE: Child dies day after getting kicked in the throat by a horse
The six-year-old was playing in the field with other children when he approached a pony from behind.
Penn State, Rutgers to debut new Big 10 lineup in 2014
A previously scheduled nonconference game between Rutgers and Penn State in 2014 will become the Big Ten's first game under the new 14-team alignment with the Scarlet Knights joining the league.
$500 worth of cosmetic supplies stolen from Giant in Derry Township
Police in Derry Township are investigating after $500 worth of cosmetic supplies were stolen from Giant.
Two Harrisburg men convicted of distribution of cocaine and crack cocaine
Maynard, Morris and a third man, Corry Matthews, were indicted in October 2012 after a three-year investigation.
Man steals car while owner puts air in tires
Police in Lancaster are searching for the man who stole a car while the owner of the car was putting air in the tires.
Bills hire McDevitt grad Jim Monos as director of player personnel
Monos, a native of Palmyra, had spent the past eight years working as an area scout with the New Orleans Saints.
Piranha begins new era Saturday at West Perry
The defending national champion Central Penn Piranha plays its first home game ever at West Perry High School on Saturday against the Lehigh Valley Storm.
Cumberland Valley advances to Mid-Penn softball final
Summer Keefer drilled a two-run single and made a diving catch in Cumberland Valley's 3-0 win over Greencastle-Antrim in the Mid-Penn softball semifinal game at Big Spring.
Large tornado causes fatalities, large hail across North Texas
Hood County sheriff confirms fatalities, multiple injuries and extensive damage following a tornado that slammed into the North Texas lakefront town of Granbury.
Angelina Jolie makes statement, empowers women in fight against cancer
There are ways to test for the mutation, through a blood or mouth wash sample.
York City Schools Superintendent, two board members resign at pivotal meeting
One member who resigned blames York's school board president and other board members for Superintendent Deborah Wortham's resignation.
Department of Defense employees bracing for furloughs
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said that because of budget cuts, civilian employees will be furloughed beginning in July.
McCaskey student in prison for putting baby in trash released
Reports show her release came with stipulations, including having to surrender her passport.
Novelty pen goes on seven-year-old's record as a weapons violation
The Derry Township Police took the three dollar "weapon" and the parents have not been able to recover it.
Department of Transportation misspent over $100 million on road repair
If the Federal Highway Administration falls asleep at the wheel, it ends up costing taxpayers tens of millions of dollars.
Benghazi emails released
York School Recovery Officer presents plan to public, focuses on improvement
n it, Meckley states that the School District of York City will likely face a 4.3 million dollar deficit by the end of the year.
No. 2 Dickinson eliminated from NCAAs after losing to Salisbury
No. 12 Salisbury scored five times in the third quarter en route to a 11-9 upset win over No. 2 Dickinson in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Lacrosse Championships.
Tractor trailer leaves highway, collides with several trees early Wednesday
Police were called to a crash on Route 30 westbound near the Mount Zion Road Exit.
Lawmakers debate controversial Common Core standards
Lawmakers are debating proposed academic standards that are causing controversy across the state.
Stranger tries to lure young girl into car in Upper Allen Township
Upper Allen Police are investigating after a stranger tried to lure to get into his car when she was in her driveway.
Tanker crash reconstruction could take months
Officials say the tanker crash reconstruction could take months, and just like most crashes they'll use the same techniques to figure out what happened.
Harrisburg man uses fake ID to open accounts in Ohio man’s name
Police in Ohio need help identifying a man involved in the stolen identity of an Ohio man.
Powerball luxury: what can you buy if you have that magic ticket?
The Powerball jackpot is now at $360 million and with all that cash there are several luxuries you can eindulge yourself with.
Recent government scandals bringing back memories of past scandals
In the last few weeks there have been a slew of government scandals from Benghazi, to accusations of IRS workers targeting conservative groups, and they are bringing back memories of past scandals.
PA ranks fifth in country in dog bites, does your insurance protect you?
There's no separate "dog insurance" you need, it falls under your homeowner’s insurance.
Mayor Thompson announces economic development strategy for city of Harrisburg
Harrisburg Mayor Linda Thompson announced a comprehensive economic development strategy for the city on Wednesday.
PennDOT prepares to demolish ramp from Northbound I-81 to Westbound Route 22/322
PennDOT will soon demolish the ramp from Northbound I-81 to Westbound Route 22/322, the spot where a tanker rolled over and exploded last week.
SI: Do athletics still have too much power at Penn State?
At a time when safety in football has never been more scrutinized, changes in Penn State University’s once-exemplary medical care, just 18 months after the biggest scandal in college sports history, contradicts recent promises by the school to reign in the athletic department and operate transparently, according to a special report in this week’s SPORTS ILLUSTRATED by senior writer David Epstein.
Penn State defends medical changes after report
Penn State's athletic department is vigorously defending itself against a report questioning the quality of medical care for football players.
Route 272 reconstruction continues in Ephrata
Route 272 reconstruction continues in Ephrata, Lancaster County, it is scheduled to be completed by the end of June.
Steak n' Shake to open two locations on the PA Turnpike
The restaurants will open in both the Highspire Travel Plaza as well as the South Midway Service Plaza.
Carlisle man wanted for breaking both of a woman's legs
Carlisle Police are searching for a man they say broke both of a woman's legs during an assault.
Man arrested following road rage incident in Lancaster County
A man was arrested after he pointed a handgun at another car during a road rage incident in East Lampeter Township.
Middletown fugitive arrested in Harrisburg
A man wanted in Middletown, Dauphin County is was arrested Tuesday in Harrisburg.
Police investigating crab leg theft from Giant
The Camp Hill Borough Police Department is investigating a retail theft at Giant, after police say a man stole crab legs from the store.
Twenty-five PA residents plead guilty to welfare fraud in April
Twenty-five Pennsylvania residents have pleaded guilty to welfare fraud in April.
Red Land's Jermaine Marshall leaving Penn State, turning pro
Former Red Land basketball star Jermaine Marshall has decided to forgo his senior season of eligibility at Penn State and turn pro after he graduates this summer.
Fans can race NHRA superstars Ron Capps, Antron Brown to support Boys & Girls Club
The Slick Willy’s/NAPA Auto Parts Challenge benefiting the Kiss A Pig campaign features Don Schumacher Racing’s Ron Capps and Antron Brown, who will be at Slick Willy’s indoor go-kart racetrack on May 29 to help raise funds for the Olivet Boys & Girls Club of Reading.
Senators club 3 HRs in 8-1 over Richmond
The Harrisburg Senators slammed three home runs and Paul Demny pitched six strong innings in an 8-1 win over Richmond at Metro Bank Park.
West York wins second-straight title behind CG by Prego
Joe Prego fired a complete game and West York earned its second consecutive YAIAA baseball championship with a 3-1 win over Spring Grove at Sovereign Bank Stadium.
Recommendation to lower BAC limit could hurt businesses most
The measure for which a person is legally considered too drunk to drive could be lowered soon.
Derry Township Supervisors table decision on restaurant locations
The ordinance is expected to be voted on at the next Board of Supervisor's meeting.
Man dribbling soccer ball to Brazil killed by car
A Seattle man trying to dribble a soccer ball 10,000 miles to Brazil in time for the 2014 World Cup has died after being hit by a pickup truck on the Oregon Coast.
Harrisburg passes one of the toughest dog tethering laws in the state
An ordinance passed by Harrisburg City Council will help protect dogs.
Political influence on network news coverage
A new report shows major networks are closely tied to the White House, but does the partnership influence what you see and don't see on the news?
McCoy denies 'party bus' assault allegation
Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy is reportedly being sued for assault by a woman who claims McCoy later kicked her off a 'party bus' last December.
Jewish synagogue opens four years after their previous location burned down
“It will be one of those days that we will long remember,” exclaimed Chisuk Emuna Rabbi Ron Muroff.
UPDATE: DEP finds missing nuclear gauge
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced today that it recovered in Maryland the missing nuclear gauge a Franklin County company lost in West Virginia on May 3. The device has not been tampered with or damaged.
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U.S. Department of Transportation to give $2 million to help with I-81 bridge repair
The U.S. Department of Transportation will give $2 million to Pennsylvania to help fund the repairs on I-81 in the area of the tanker fire and explosion.
Job fair open to all, but aims to help those with criminal backgrounds find a job
The Justice Department reports that each week in America, some 60,000 prisoners are released and re-enter society.
Ask the Governor- May 13,2013
U.S. Marshals arrest York murder fugitive in Memphis
The U.S. Marshals Service arrested a murder fugitive wanted out of York in Memphis, Tennessee.
Kids, teens rally against tobacco in Harrisburg
Over a hundred students gathered in the Capitol rotunda in Harrisburg Tuesday morning to rally against young people smoking and using tobacco.
Memorial to honor fallen police officers in Cumberland County
On Tuesday, crews broke ground on a memorial in Carlisle that will honor fallen police officers from Cumberland County.
Firetrucks damaged in early morning fire in Newport
Fire crews responded to an early morning fire in Newport, Perry County and the fire was so hot it damaged some of the fire company's trucks.
Doyel: Of course Jay Paterno believes in his dad, but in no way should you
Former Penn State assistant coach Jay Paterno is speaking nonsense, but he's allowed, writes CBSSports.com Gregg Doyel.
McNabb says he's going to retire as an Eagle
The six-time Pro Bowl quarterback led the Eagles to four NFC championship games and a Super Bowl loss in 11 seasons before he was traded to Washington in 2010.
Ticket sales boost latest Powerball drawing to $360 million
Tack another $10 million onto the Powerball® jackpot, thanks to player excitement.
Weathly moms hire handicapped tour guides so kids can cut lines at Disney
A report by the New York Post says wealthy Manhattan moms are hiring handicapped tour guides so their children can cut in long lines at Disney.
Lebanon Police searching for woman in connection with stabbing
Lebanon City Police are searching for a woman who allegedly stabbed another woman with a box cutter.
Police: Elderly woman robbed of purse
Lebanon City Police are investigating a robbery after an man stole an elderly woman's purse.
Fisher crushes opposite field HR in Virginia's win over Duke
Derek Fisher of Cedar Crest crushed an opposite field homer and No. 7 Virginia completed a three-game series sweep of Duke with a 14-6 victory Sunday at Davenport Field.
Bulletproof backpacks aimed at protecting children, but will they work?
It's a removable bulletproof shield made of Kevlar, its pliable, and fits inside any standard backpack.
After tanker fire creates traffic nightmares, PennDOT restores order
“Clearly the loss of a major traffic intersection and artery presents a challenge to the midstate’s workers and businesses,” Governor Corbett said in a press conference.
McDevitt's Poteat transferring to Stony Brook
Former Bishop McDevitt star running back Jameel Poteat is joining the football team at Stony Brook after transferring from Cincinnati, according to Stony Brook head coach Chuck Priore.
Growing experts discuss how to protect your plants from late-season frost
The calendar says mid-May, but it feels like March.
Wildwood Park to remain closed until further notice, fuel still needs cleaned up
About 75 percent of the fuel that leaked into Wildwood Park has been cleaned up.
Ongoing argument leads to one man and his dog being shot
The victim tried to duck down, but was shot in the left thigh and buttocks. His dog also was shot in the leg.
State Police announce results of refrigerated food truck inspections
Operation Code R.E.D. targeted commercial vehicles and large trucks transporting potentially hazardous foods.
Video cameras catch suspect robbing home, involved in several others
The investigation also revealed the Gonzalez-Rivera is the suspect in two residential burglaries in Lancaster city.
Police investigating burglary at Colonial Lounge
Lower Paxton Township Police are investigating a burglary at Colonial Lounge.
Carlisle man in prison after threatening to kill police who shot his dog
The dog had attacked and killed a family's pet cat and also bit a man on his arms and legs.
Lower Paxton Police investigating suspicious incidents at bus stops
Lower Paxton Police are investigating two suspicious incidents involving children at bus stops.
Dentist office is struck by a car for the third time Monday
Thankfully, no one was seriously injured, but the crash definitely left some damage…
Country star Jimmy Wayne visits Capitol for Foster Care Awareness Month
Country Star Jimmy Wayne was at the Capitol on Monday, to help promote Foster Care Awareness month.
Allegations against IRS has everyone wondering who was targeted
The list of who was targeted is getting longer and it’s set off a political firestorm in Washington.
Senators' Demny, Rendon named Eastern League's top pitcher, player
Pitcher Paul Demny and infielder Anthony Rendon have each won Eastern League player of the week awards, the league announced.
Harrisburg Police dog Zeke, nominated for national award
Harrisburg Police dog Zeke, shot in the line of duty, was nominated for the 2013 American Humane Association Hero Dog Award.
Pittman leads Outlaws in season's first stop at Williams Grove
Leading the Outlaws against the Pennsylvania Posse is former Posse member Daryn Pittman, of Owasso, Oklahoma. Pittman, who raced regularly at area tracks from 2009-2012, currently leads the Outlaws' points standings.
Dietrich tops NASCAR's Leffler, Stewart in SSP's 410 feature
Gettysburg's Danny Dietrich beat another strong field of 410 sprint car drivers -- including NASCAR's Tony Stewart and Jason Leffler -- to win Sunday's inaugural Mother's Day Special at the Susquehanna Speedway Park.
Heimbach comes-from-behind to win Port Royal feature
Selinsgrove's Blane Heimbach came-from-behind to win the 25-lap 410 sprint car feature Saturday at Port Royal Speedway.
UPDATE(2): PennDOT has reopened I-81 in both directions, tolls reinstated at midnight
PennDOT to reopen at Route 22 and Exit 67 near Harrisburg this evening
Kermit Gosnell found guilty of first degree murder
Philadelphia Doctor Kermit Gosnell found guilty of first degree murder.
UPDATE:Two adults, four children killed in Schuykill County house fire
According to police, two adults and four children were killed in a house fire in Schuykill County.
Revolution, former MLB OF Jason Repko retires
Former major leaguer Jason Repko, now a member of the York Revolution of the Atlantic League, has announced his retirement, according to the Revolution.
PennDOT opens Route 22 West to help traffic congestion
PennDOT opened a lane in both directions at 4 p.m. Sunday to help commuters get in and out of Harrisburg
Elizabethtown College student found dead at NY college
A man found dead in a car parked at the University at Albany has been identified as an 18-year-old college student from Oneonta.
Attempted robbery at Palmyra liquor store
Would be robber waiting for arraignment at Lebanon County Central Booking
Face the State: DPW Acting Secretary Beverly Mackereth
Acting Secretary of the Department of Public Welfare joins Robb on this week's Face the State with Robb Hanrahan
PennDOT sets press briefing for construction status report
Crews are working around the clock on bridge demolition at the site of Thursday's tanker fire
Woman arrested after two county car chase with 1-year-old in car
Woman facing multiple charges
Trenton standoff resolved, 3 children safe
New Jersey State Police say a standoff with an armed man at a Trenton home has been resolved and three children are safe.
Brother arrested in deadly Calif. stabbing of girl
Authorities say they have arrested the brother of an 8-year-old girl who was mysteriously stabbed at her home in a quiet Northern California community last month.
Scranton Police arrest one for shooting Harrisburg man, search for another
Scranton police have arrested one member of the Crips street gang and are searching for another in the killing of a Lackawanna College student who was fatally shot after a party near the school's northeastern Pennsylvania campus
Tractor trailer lost a beam near demolition site, causing more delays
Tractor trailer carrying beam from demolition site loses its cargo
Newtown panel votes unanimously to tear down Sandy Hook and rebuild
28 local elected officials voted unanimously for a plan calling for tearing down Sandy Hook Elementary School and constructing a new building on the same property
Man collapses and dies playing basketball
25-year-old Tyqua Sterling Galloway died Friday afternoon
Guests at Heritage Hotel Lancaster treated after carbon monoxide leak
Early morning leak caused hotel evacuation
Holy Spirit Hospital to hold two events to raise awareness of strokes
May is Stroke Awareness Month, and Holy Spirit Hospital is holding two events to educate the public about the risks and signs of strokes.
City Islanders beat winless Antigua 4-0 in rain
The Harrisburg City Islanders scored two goals in the game's first three minutes en route to a 4-0 victory Friday over winless Antigua Barracuda FC in the rain at Skyline Sports Complex.
House catches fire after being struck by lightning
Fire crews are on the scene of a working fire after a house was struck by lightning.
Carroll Township Police investigating retail theft
Carroll Township Police are investigating a retail theft that happened on May 1st.
Four charged in multi-state commercial distraction theft ring
The West York Borough Police Department arrested four people in connection with a multi-state commercial distraction theft ring.
IRS apologizes for inappropriately flagging conservative groups
The Internal Revenue Service inappropriately flagged conservative political groups for additional reviews during the 2012 election to see if they were violating their tax-exempt status, a top IRS official said Friday.
Duo arrested, believed to be involved in numerous daylight burglaries
On Thursday, numerous police agencies helped arrested two people who were involved in numerous daylight burglaries.
Stretch of highway where tanker exploded has seen several crashes
The same area on I-81 where the tanker fire happened has seen it's fair share of crashes.
Another arrest made in 2012 White Jewelers armed robbery
Timothy Forbes Jr. of Allentown was arrested in Allentown by police and members of the FBI.
No. 21 Shippensburg loses softball regional to Bloomsburg
Rachel Fredell homered and Cait Paine tossed a two-hitter as Bloomsburg defeated No. 21 Shippensburg in Game 2 of the 2013 NCAA Division II Atlantic Region Championships at Robb Field.
Drugs, guns and cash seized as home is searched
On Friday, York City Police executed a search warrant at a home in the 600 block of West Princess Street.
UPDATE(4): A second person has died as a result of I-81 crash Friday afternoon
Two people have died after a serious accident on Interstate 81 Friday afternoon.
DEP fines Camp Hill Borough for illegal dumping sewage into waterway
Camp Hill has signed a $140,000 consent order and agreement with DEP to address unauthorized and unreported sewage discharges.
Governor Corbett signs disaster declaration after tanker fire, road closures
“This accident has created a traffic nightmare for thousands of citizens as they try to go about their daily lives to work, school and other activities,” Corbett said.
Harrisburg Police face questions in eighth homicide of the year
Police responded to a call of shots fired, but weren't able to find the body until the next day.
Crews work Friday to start demolition process of overpass over I-81
Following a fiery crash on I-81 on Thursday, crews worked all day Friday to secure the structure so they can start demolition.
UPDATE: Treasurer jailed in Hershey fire company thefts
The treasurer of a central Pennsylvania volunteer fire department has been charged with stealing more than $129,000 from the agency since shortly after he was elected treasurer last year.
UPDATE: Suspect in Swatara Township shooting turns himself in
Man shot at Jones Corner Bar just before 2:00 a.m.
UPDATE(3): Autopsy scheduled Monday for man found dead in his Harrisburg apartment..
Autopsy results will determine if Robert Diggs Junior will be Harrisburg's 8th homicide of the year.
Northeastern takes volleyball title with win over Central York
The Northeastern boys' volleyball team moved into first place in the York-Adams Division I standings with 3 sets-to-1 win a over Central York at Northeastern High School
Senators' Demny, Krol combine to throw no-hitter vs. Binghamton
Pitchers Paul Demny and Ian Krol combined to no-hit the Binghamton Mets on Thursday in the Harrisburg Senators' 6-1 win at NYSEG Stadium in Binghamton.
Alternative routes for your Friday morning commute
Drivers should expect major delays Friday on their way to work, so we mapped out some alternative routes for you.
Eyewitness descriptions and catching criminals
Eyewitness accounts are key when it comes to catching criminals quickly. But would you be able to pick one out of a line up?
Mayor Bracey offers York City residents a glimpse into the future
She announced that Penn Cinemas is opening a multiplex theater with two screens in the city.
PennDOT starting to demolish damaged bridge, move ahead with repairs
State officials say repairs to the area could last at least two months, if not longer, at an estimated cost in the tens of millions of dollars.
Kutztown University to allow guns on campus
An eastern Pennsylvania university has dropped its blanket prohibition on guns and will now allow people with concealed weapons permits to carry them onto campus under certain conditions.
Carlisle Events issues alert for motorists traveling to Carlisle Performance & Style
Carlisle Events sent out the following press release in anticipation of traffic delays as people head to the Carlisle Perfomance and Style Show this weekend.
UPDATE: Birds covered in oil at Wildwood Lake after tanker crash have all died
Wildwood Park remains closed Thursday night and could be for some time.
Cleaned up and ready to fight: Haas returns to MMA action
Red Land High School graduate Jay Haas will battle Saturday for the first time since last September when he meets Eddie Fyvie at Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC) 24 in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Lower Paxton Township man arrested for arson and stalking
Police arrested a man who they say intentionally set a car on fire to try and impress a woman he was allegedly stalking.
Lebanon Police arrest three in connection with robbery
Lebanon Police are investigating a robbery that happened overnight on May 9.
Capitals call up RWs Crabb, Wilson ahead of Game 5
The Washington Capitals have called up right wings Joey Crabb and Tom Wilson from Hershey of the AHL ahead of Friday's Game 5 against the New York Rangers.
Ravens get C Shipley from Colts for draft pick
A.Q. Shipley will compete with Gino Gradkowski to replace 2012 starter Matt Birk, who retired during the offseason.
Tractor trailer fire on PA Turnpike creates more traffic headaches
The fire is in the area of mile marker 242.5 in Fairview Township, York County.
Governor Corbett declares tanker fire a disaster, safety is top concern
If Harrisburg is part of your commute, you were feeling it Thursday morning, and will for awhile.
Trucks following detour tearing apart Linglestown roundabout
The flower bed was just refreshed and there are tire marks all over the roundabout, not to mention the bent signs.
Traffic nightmare hurts businesses, particularly truckers on 'Miracle Mile'
The ‘Miracle Mile,’ U.S. Route 11 in Middlesex is typically a busy stretch of highway between Interstate 81 and the PA Turnpike.
Susquehanna Twp.'s Ben Dupree named to FCS awards watch list
Quarterback Ben Dupree of The Citadel is one of 32 quarterbacks from the Football Championship Subdivision on a special awards watch list for the 2013 season.
PA Turnpike to waive tolls between Harrisburg East and Carlisle
Toll-free passage started at 4 p.m. Thursday
Rally aims at getting both adults and children to sign up to donate life
The new campaign is aimed at getting an additional 200,000 drivers to sign up to become organ donors.
Church digging to find artifacts that show its role in the Civil War
Built in 1790, Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church has a rich history, dating back specifically to the Civil War.
PA 511 Traffic
School bus delays expected for West Shore Area Schools
Cumberland County Department of Public Safety alerts parents to expect delays
TANKER FIRE: I-81 to remain closed until further notice
Currently, northbound traffic on I-81 is being detoured at Exit 59 onto eastbound Route 581, southbound traffic on I-81 is being detoured at Exit 70 for southbound I-83.
TANKER FIRE: Road closures delays Susquehanna Twp school buses
School buses delayed up to 20 minutes!
Guffaw! Brian Propp to sign at Stadium Studio
Brian Propp, a five-time All-Star who scored 425 career NHL goals, will sign autographs at Stadium Studio inside the Colonial Park Mall on May 18.
Bears' season ends with Game 5 loss to Bruins
Jamie Tardif scored the go-ahead goal with 10:40 left in regulation and the Providence Bruins knocked the Hershey Bears out of the postseason with 3-2 win in Game Five.
DiNardo tosses Barnstormers' first-ever no-hitter
Lenny DiNardo tossed the first no-hitter in the history of the Lancaster Barnstormers Wednesday night in a 9-0 decision over the Long Island Ducks at Clipper Magazine Stadium.
Rendon homers, but Altoona beats Senators in ten innings
Jarek Cunningham hit a game-winning home run in the top of the 10th inning as Altoona beat Harrisburg, 7-6 in ten innings at Metro Bank Park.
Tempers flare at Harrisburg Mayoral candidate debate
All of the candidates running for the Mayor of Harrisburg were at a debate sponsored by the Harrisburg Young Professionals.
Local base has plan to prevent sexual assaults
A report by the Pentagon says the number of sex assaults in the armed forces is skyrocketing, but a local base says it has programs in place for prevention.
Man accused of sexually assaulting mentally disabled girl, 12-year-old girl
A Mechanicsburg man was arrested Wednesday, accused of indecent assault of a mentally disabled teen.
Jewlery and electronics stolen from home in Manchester Township
Police in Manchester Township are investigating a home burglary.
Summer Forecast: Where looking back may be the best way to look forward
After a rather successful stab at the Winter forecast, here is a look at what we think Summer 2013 will bring.
Police still searching for man in connection with Steelton shooting
Police in Dauphin County are asking for help and any information leading to the arrest of a man wanted in connection with a shooting.
Attorney General, Milton Hershey School reach agreement on reform
“Milton and Catherine Hershey were visionary philanthropists who cared deeply about children in need,” said Attorney General Kane.
Man charged for delivering drugs resulting in death
A Fairview Township man was arrested and charged for delivering drugs which resulted in someone's death.
Police investigate robbery at Wells Fargo Bank in Red Lion Borough
Police are investigating a robbery at the Wells Fargo Bank in Red Lion Borough.
Congressional hearing on Benghazi focuses on what went wrong
Congress held a hearing Wednesday over last year's deadly attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya.
Pro football player Goodman arrested after threatening ex-girlfriend, sending dog after her
Eugene Goodman, a running back for the Harrisburg Stampede, was arrested Friday after an incident Thursday at his apartment in Dauphin County. Police say he threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend and dump her body in a river.
Jodi Arias convicted of first-degree murder
Jodi Arias has been convicted of first-degree murder for the stabbing death of her ex-boyfriend in Arizona.
As Benghazi hearings unfold, exposes lack of oversight in vital positions
There hasn’t been a permanent State Department Inspector General for more than five years now.
Powerball fever is taking over as hopefuls think about what they'd buy
Wednesday's Powerball Jackpot is $222 million, and lotto hopefuls are thinking about what they would do with the money.
In wake of Harrisburg's financial crisis, lawmakers want to see change
Rob Teplitz, Mike Folmer and others want to know if any crimes were committed that led to Harrisburg's crisis.
Federal workers who were laid off double-dipping as they collect unemployment
A small study of just 32 cases found that 'double-dipping' cost taxpayers at least $1.3 million dollars.
Parishoners and students remember their beloved Bishop McFadden
Capping off a week of ceremonies, mourners gathered to say good bye at Holy Name of Jesus Church.
Harrisburg to install security cameras to help knock down crime
Harrisburg will get ten new security cameras, in the city's hot spots, in an effort to decrease crime.
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO under fire for comments about weight
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO, Michael Jeffries, is under fire for comments he made about weight and why he doesn't sell his clothing in larger sizes.
Halladay to have shoulder surgery, eyes '13 return
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay will have arthroscopic surgery to repair a bone spur in his right shoulder.
US gun crime plunges, but most Americans think it's up
Gun-related homicides and other crimes involving guns have fallen sharply over the last two decades in the United States.
Central Pa. town seeks to break sunglasses record
A central Pennsylvania town is trying to break the record for people wearing sunglasses in the dark as it hosts a festival Friday called "America's Coolest Small Town."
Civil War wax museum up for sale in central Pa.
A wax museum commemorating the Civil War is up for sale months before the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.
From Russia with purpose: Lokomotiv gaining strength in Manheim after deadly plane crash
The hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, rebuilt after a plane crash in September 2011 wiped out its entire club, is now training in Lancaster County in hopes of becoming bigger, stronger and faster for its upcoming season.
Millersville's Murphy, Stone, Shehan capture top PSAC honors
Right-handed pitcher Chris Murphy and infielder Zach Stone of Millersville have been named PSAC East Pitcher and Player of the Year. Head coach Jon Shehan was also named PSAC East Coach of the Year..
Cumberland Valley clinches girls lacrosse division title
The Cumberland Valley girls lacrosse team clinched a Mid-Penn Commonwealth division title Tuesday with a 21-0 win over Northern York.
Granting amnesty could cost taxpayers trillions
Reports show millions of illegal immigrants are living in the US, and some lawmakers want to grant them amnesty, but it could cost taxpayers trillions.
Ohio women found safe gives hope to the family of missing Kortne Stouffer
From the solving of a kidnapping case, to a case that remains unsolved in Lebanon County.
Dermatologist agrees with FDA on danger of indoor tanning, calls it more dangerous than smoking
The Food and Drug Administration says it wants stronger warnings on tanning beds to discourage young people from using them.
Parents say their son's teacher made him lick his desk clean
They say the teacher was never punished, and are now furious about what they call a lack of action.
Dontrelle Willis pitches Ducks past Barnstormers 8-3
Former Major League All-Star pitcher Dontrelle Willis earned his first Atlantic League win in Long Island's 8-3 win over Lancaster on Tuesday at Clipper Magazine Stadium.
Three brothers arrested in connection with Cleveland kidnapping
Three men were arrested in connection with the kidnapping of three women in 2002, 2003 and 2004 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Man steals $1000 worth of items from to South Point School House Bonsai
Fairview Township Police say a man stole nearly $1000 worth of items from South Point School House Bonsai.
Laptop, iPad, jewelry stolen from Fairview Township home
Fairview Township Police are investigating after a laptop, iPad and jewelry were stolen from a home.
Numerous thefts from unlocked cars in Fairview Township
Fairview Township Police are investigating several thefts from unlocked cars.
New accusations over terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya
There are new accusations that the US State Department has threatened to retailiate against a pair of whistle blowers.
Police investigating domestic assault, stabbing in Windsor Borough
Police are investigating a domestic assault and stabbing in Windsor Borough.
3000 pounds of scrap metal stolen in East Lampter Township
Police in East Lampeter Township say 3000 pounds of scrap metal was stolen from Goodhart and Sons.
Police: TVs stolen from Cumberland County Walmart
Silver Spring Township Police are investigating a retail theft from the Walmart on the Carlisle Pike.
Father who has spent most of his life in Central PA appointed as Diocese Administrator
Father Robert M. Gillelan, Jr., Pastor of Prince of Peace, Parish, Steelton, has been elected to the position of Diocesan Administrator.
Lancaster County Crime Stoppers asking for help to solve 2009 cold case
Lancaster County Crime Stoppers is asking for help to solve a 3 year-old cold case.
State pension reform battle taking shape between lawmakers, unions
PA has two state employee pension systems, and combined they are tens of billions of dollars in debt.
UPDATE(3): No body found in Harrisburg yard when tree is removed
Harrisburg investigators continue to dig, possibly for human remains, behind a home.
Former State Supreme Court Justice sentenced
Former State Supreme Court Justice, Joan Orie Melvin, was sentenced on Tuesday.
Sale of Wild West artifacts is on in the City of Harrisburg, will occur in July
On July 15 through the 19, bids can be made in person, online, by telephone or in writing.
Leg Up Farm celebrates birthday and expansion
Leg Up Farm, a farm that offers programs for children with special needs, is celebrating it's third birthday with a major expansion.
Limo safety is an important part of your big day
It's prom and wedding season, and as many people are gearing up for the big day, checking for safety should be a top priority.
A week in, jury weighs Pa. abortion clinic deaths
It's been a week since jurors in Philadelphia began weighing charges against a doctor accused of killing four live babies and a patient at his abortion clinic.
Corbett's agenda creeps ahead but questions remain
Pennsylvania state lawmakers are signaling they'll move forward with two of Gov. Tom Corbett's priorities, although serious questions remain about both.
Lafferty, Nouse earn wins at Grove; Geesey claims Saturday race
Rick Lafferty won his fifth career race at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday by taking the 410 sprint car 25-lap feature. Scott Geesey won Saturday's Blazer's Body Shop Super Sportsman feature.
Buckwalter wins third straight ARDC main; Wagner holds off Esh at Port Royal
Mike Wagner held off Doug Esh and Rick Lafferty on Saturday to claim the 25-lap 410 sprint car main at Port Royal Speedway. Steve Buckwalter won his third ARDC Midgets feature in as many starts
Rohrbaugh tops McClelland at Trail-Way
York’s Jeff Rohrbaugh out-dueled Brad McClelland by 75-hundredths of a second to win Friday's 25-lap feature at Trail-Way Speedway.
Advocates: Obesity is national security threat
According to Mission: Readiness, one in four young adults are too fat to join the military
UPDATE: 3 women, missing for 10 years, found alive in Ohio
Three women, who went missing 10 years ago as teenagers, were found in a Cleveland home Monday.
Large turnout at Midtown meeting on crime with mayoral candidates
The event was sponsored by the Friends of Midtown Citizens Safety Committee and focused on crime and safety.
Woman bites and spits on Fairview Township police officer
A woman was arrested and charged after she bit and then spit on a Fairview Township police officer.
Senate passes bill letting states tax online sales
The Senate has passed a bill that could end tax-free shopping on the Internet for many shoppers.
Keystone Assault wins IWFL home opener, improves to 2-0
Quarterback Rachel Fischer compiled 104 yards of total offense in the Keystone Assault's 20-0 win over the Baltimore Knighthawks on Saturday in the team's home opener at East Pennsboro High School.
Red Lion SD says policy won't change for transgender teen
Red Lion School District says the policy won't change for a transgender teen for graduation.
Man wanted for attempted murder arrested in Harrisburg
A fugitive wanted for attempted murder was arrested in Lower Swatara Township on Monday.
Large Powerball® and Mega Millions® jackpots have lottery players excited
The Powerball jackpot is at a $222 million annuity value, while the Mega Millions jackpot has grown to a $139 million annuity value.
Springettsbury Township Police investigating bank robbery
Police are investigating after the People's Bank in Springettsbury Township was robbed on Monday afternoon.
Police investigating weekend stabbing in Lancaster
Lancaster City Police are investigating a stabbing that happened Saturday morning near the Village Night Club.
Gas prices continue to fall in the Harrisburg region
Average retail gasoline prices in Harrisburg have fallen 1.6 cents per gallon in the past week.
UPDATE:Teens claim attempted child luring was a prank
The two male teens were found today after five young girls claimed the teens offered them candy and asked the girls to get in their car on Friday.
Officers killed in the line of duty, honored at Capitol
Five police officers who were killed in the line of duty last year, were honored at the State Capitol on Monday.
Army War College Colonel accused of possessing child porn will go to court
The attorney for the army colonel who is accused of having thousands of images of child pornography on his computer says his client was set up.
Body found near Water Street Boat Launch'
According to State Police, the body of a 70-year-old man was found near the Water Street Boat Launch in Dauphin County.
Hundreds of mourners gather to pay respect to beloved Bishop McFadden
His body is currently lying in repose at St. Patrick Cathedral in Harrisburg as the catholic community mourns.
UPDATE: Mayoral candidates speak out after SEC action against City of Harrisburg
On Monday, the Securities and Exchange Commission has charged the City of Harrisburg with securities fraud.
Orioles' Machado shows maturity on and off field
In his first full season in the majors, Manny Machado has proven to be quite adept on the field and very comfortable being the youngest player in the Baltimore Orioles clubhouse.
Laptops stolen from Central Dauphin East High School
Lower Paxton Township Police are investigating a burglary at Central Dauphin East High School.
Warrant sweep yields 37 arrests
York City Police arrested 37 and served 99 warrants over the weekend
Pickup crashes into western Pa. pond; 3 men killed
Authorities in western Pennsylvania say three men were killed when a pickup plunged into an Indiana County pond
Lebanon man facing charges after hitting 4-year-old with a belt
28-year-old facing assault and endangering the welfare of a child charges
Harrisburg man shot and killed in Scranton
Lackawanna College student killed early Sunday morning
Stampede offers free bowling, fun on Fan Appreciation Day
The undefeated Harrisburg Stampede held its first-ever Fan Appreciation Day on Saturday at ABC East Lanes with both free bowling and free food for fans of the American Indoor Football team.
UPDATE: Pilot avoids disaster, able to land plane safely after losing the engine
Air traffic controllers are able to help a pilot land his plane safely after the engine stopped working. Both the pilot and his passenger walk away unharmed.
If Revolutionary wins Derby, Revolution fans win, too
Should he win, fans of the York Revolution attending Saturday's game at Sovereign Bank Stadium will get a free ticket to any remaining home game this season.
3-year-old hit and killed while riding a scooter
3-year-old killed Saturday morning in Lancaster County
37 Boston Marathon runners to run in Pittsburgh race
About three dozen participants in this weekend's Pittsburgh Marathon will be runners who weren't able to finish last month's Boston Marathon due to the bombings.
Body of Cumberland County man missing since Feburary found in Susquehanna River
Second body pulled out of the river this week
Man accused of killing three last July will plead guilty
Kevin Cleeves, accused of shooting and killing his estranged wife, her boyfriend, and her boyfriend's mother will plead guilty Friday
NATO: 5 Americans killed in southern Afghanistan
An official with the U.S. -led international military coalition says the five troops killed by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan were all Americans.
UPDATE(2): Utz delivery truck crashes into home, driver killed
York County Dispatch says a truck crashed into a home.
Record-number of men attend York's Walk-a-Mile event
The fourth annual Walk-a-Mile in Her Shoes event in York drew 300 walkers this year -- more than double last year's number, according to organizers.
Fiorentino, Revolution handle Long Island 13-9
Jeff Fiorentino and Brian Burgamy each homered and had three hits apiece as the York Revolution beat the Long Island Ducks 13-9 on Friday at Sovereign Bank Stadium.
Ex-PSU QB McGloin honored with baseball field
School trustees on Friday approved naming the field at the university's Scranton campus after McGloin.
Harrisburg Police investigating Friday morning robbery
A Harrisburg man was beaten and robbed early Friday morning.
Man beaten and robbed in Harrisburg Thursday night
A 19-year-old man was beaten and robbed by three men in Harrisburg on Thursday night.
Hundreds gather to remember fire chief Rodney Miller
Hundreds of people gathered to remember fallen fire chief Rodney Miller, who was killed by a drunk driver while directing traffic at an accident scene.
Community coming together to help woman in need
The community is coming together to help a Lower Windsor Township stable owner, after she was paralyzed from a medical emergency.
Downtown Harrisburg prepares for Cinco De Mayo weekend
This weekend downtown Harrisburg will be buzzing with people out to celebrate Cinco De Mayo and many businesses say they're stepping up security to make sure their patrons are safe.
No charges filed against 15-year-old for fake assault report
The York County District Attorney's office says they will not file charges against a 15-year-old, who admitted to making up a story that she was assaulted while walking home from school.
Rendon returns to Harrsburg Senators; Zimmerman removed from DL
Third baseman Anthony Rendon has been optioned back to the Harrisburg Senators, the Washington Nationals announced.
UFL founder wants lawsuit seeking back pay tossed
The attorney for United Football League founder and chairman William Hambrecht asks that a lawsuit seeking millions of dollars in back pay for players -- including Harrisburg's Danny Lansanah -- be dismissed.
Could private businesses do the government's job better?
A closer look at private businesses as solutions to reduce waste of your tax dollars.
Family of Brenda Heist speaks out
The children of Brenda Heist, a Lancaster County woman who went missing for more than 11 years, is speaking out.
Burglary investigation at Meadowood Apartment Complex in Upper Allen Township
Upper Allen Police are investigating burglaries at the Meadowood Apartment Complex.
Nestlé Pizza Company recalls frozen pizza
Nestlé Pizza Company is recalling frozen pizzas because it may contain fragments of clear plastic.
Mock crash teaches students about dangers of drinking and driving
A mock crash at East Pennsboro High school was designed to teach students the dangers of drinking and driving.
CDC: Suicide death rates larger than car crash deaths
A new report by the Center for Disease Control says the number of suicide deaths has surpassed the number of deaths from car accidents.
Outdoor farmers market to open at PA Farm Show Complex
An Outdoor Farmers Market is set to open at the PA Farm Show Complex on May 7th.
Horse dead, two injured after crash involving horse and buggy
Police in Lancaster County are investigating a crash involving a truck and a horse and buggy.
Two men stabbed in Lebanon Friday morning
Two men were stabbed in Lebanon early Friday morning after a fight.
22 more people arrested in organized retail crime ring, total now 133
West York Borough Police have arrested 22 more people in a organized retail crime ring, bringing the total number arrested to 133.
UPDATE: 81-year-old man struck and killed by farm tractor
An 81-year-old man died Friday after he was struck by a farm tractor.
Harrisburg Schools Recovery Officer speaks to public about plan
Thursday night, people brought their questions to Veno during a Harrisburg Hope forum.
UPDATE(3): Man runs out of Harrisburg Mall, struck by car and taken to hospital
Man running from police ran onto the interstate
Alumni election, reform talk, await PSU trustees
Two Penn State trustees will learn Friday whether they'll remain on the school's governing board when alumni elections results are released.
Beware of walls: Stampede WRs always expect the worse
It's every wide receivers worst nightmare in arena football: the wall. Even the best players can do very little to protect themselves from the force of an immovable object, reports CBS 21 News Sports Director Jason Bristol.
PSU caravan takes detour, visits children with special needs
Penn State football coach Bill O'Brien and wrestling coach Cael Sanderson made a pit stop Thursday at Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center between visits with fans in Lancaster and Cumberland Counties.
Shippensburg senior DeCarolis doubles as Phillies ball girl
Stephanie DeCarolis was hired last December and is one of nine new Phillies ball girls, a program sponsored by Macy's.
UPDATE:Man shot in leg in Harrisburg Thursday night
Harrisburg Police confirm that one person was shot around 1035 Thursday evening.
Lawmakers using political perks to get rich
Our law makers are really taking care of themselves with our money. At nearly $275 million, we're funding the second most expensive legislature in the country.
Football card first? Twitter handles on front of new Stampede cards
Newly-released cards featuring Stampede players may have a first on the front of each card: the player's Twitter handle.
A look inside the investigation into a missing person from an expert
Kortne Stouffer disappeared last July, since then five others have gone missing and not been found.
Police investigating two armed robberies in Spring Garden Township
Spring Garden Township Police are investigating two armed robberies that happened within 15 minutes of each other on Wednesday.
Lancaster County woman steals over $170,000 from employer
A Lancaster County woman stole over $170,000 from her employer over a 7 year period.
Police investigating burglary of shed and cargo trailer in Cumberland County
Upper Allen Police are investigating a burglary of a shed and cargo trailer.
Man charged for burglary of Leola Pool shed
A man is facing charges after police say he broke into the Leola Pool maintenance shed.
Man exposes himself to passing motorist
Upper Allen Police are searching for a man they say exposed himself to a passing motorist while he was driving.
Former Senator Stearns to manage Mariners' Triple-A team
John Stearns had been the Mariners minor league catching coordinator. He's replacing Daren Brown, who's been added to the Mariners' coaching staff in the absence of Jeff Datz.
UPDATE(2): Night time repair and resurfacing of I-81 through Cumberland County to continue
The construction project began last August and was suspended in the fall with the onset of cold weather.
Next round of work on the George Wade Bridge set to start May 13
The entire project will repair the bridges on two ramps that cross over northbound Front Street and connect Front Street with Interstate 81
Orville Redenbachers Ready-to-Eat popcorn recalled due to undeclared allergen
Certain bags may have been inadvertently filled with white cheddar flavored popcorn which contains the milk allergen.
Pride of the Susquehanna goes green for 2013
The riverboat will utilize a biodegradable non-toxic hydraulic fluid to propel the twin stern paddlewheels on the boat.
Raw milk from Stump Acres Daily should be discarded immediately
Raw milk collected during an April 24 investigation of the farm tested positive for bacteria.
Cyber schools hope one day the focus will solely be on learning
"I'd love to say in 10 years it's no longer an us against them, that it's a group of educational organizations being able to work together to serve kids," Flurie hopes.
Catholic Church remembers Bishop McFadden and his love of people
Sister Schmidt said that more than anything, the bishop cared about people he met, and he treated them all with patience and respect.
Bishop McFadden funeral arrangements
The following funeral services for Bishop Joseph P. McFadden have been established.
Brewers activate INF Bianchi from DL
The 25-year-old Bianchi, a graduate of Lampeter-Strasburg, started the season on the disabled list after dealing with a case of bursitis in his left hip.
Safe Haven programs can help in cases of unwanted pregnancy
Any Lancaster County Hospital has a Safe Haven program that women can turn to during times of unwanted pregnancy.
UPDATE(2): Police ID body found in the Susquehanna as missing man Franklin McDonald
The Lancaster County Coroner and police are investigating after a body was found near the Safe Harbor Dam in the Susquehanna River.
CDC: Pa. suicide rate increases
The number of Pennsylvania residents who committed suicide increased between 1999 and 2010, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Crime Stoppers of Dauphin County update
Police are looking for Jason Strite and Anthony McKie
Governor Corbett announces finalists for 2014 Teacher of the Year
Governor Tom Corbett and Secretary of Education Ron Tomalis today announced the 12 educators who have been selected as finalists for Pennsylvania’s 2014 Teacher of the Year.
East Lampeter Township police incident report 05.02.13
UPDATE: Two injured in York County plane crash
Police report that the small plane crashed shortly after take-off.
May is national Military Appreciation Month
Congress designated May as National Military Appreciation Month in 1999.
Amusement park, mall rides injuring thousands of U.S. kids each year
A new study that tracked child injuries on rides found kids who use "mall rides" may face a higher risk of head, neck or face injuries or concussions.
No. 2 Dickinson advances to CC lacrosse title game
No. 2 Dickinson advanced to the Centennial Conference championship game for the third straight year Wednesday with a 14-7 win over Washington College in the tournament semifinals.
Charleston hands City Islanders first loss, 2-1
Michael Azira and Nicki Paterson each scored first-half goals as the Charleston Battery defeated the Harrisburg City Islanders 2-1 on Wednesday at Skyline Sports Complex.
'Kris Kross' rapper Chris Kelly found dead at age 34
Rapper Chris “Mac Daddy” Kelly died Wednesday afternoon after being found unresponsive in his home.
Man seriously injured in industrial accident in Lebanon County
A 49-year-old man was rushed to Penn State Hershey Medical Center by Life Lion Wednesday night.
Plan-B could soon be available to all girls over age of 15
Minors will be able to use their driver’s license, or permit for proof of age.
Congress struggling to make the hard decisions they were elected to make
When it comes to cutting unnecessary expenses, there’s more evidence it’s just not happening
Man charged for dumping 60 tires alongside road
A York County man was charged after he dumped 40 tires alongside a road in East Manchester Township.
Pizza delivery man robbed in Harrisburg
Harrisburg Police are investigating after a pizza delivery man was robbed.
Woman lies to police about child abuse to try to get man in trouble
West Manheim Township Police have arrested a woman for endangering the welfare of children and lying to police.
Man hit in head by handgun during robbery in Harrisburg
Harrisburg City Police are investigating a robbery Tuesday afternoon.
17-year-old shot in Harrisburg Tuesday night
Harrisburg Police are investigating a shooting after a teenager arrived at Harrisburg Hospital with a gunshot wound to his face.
UPDATE: Gettysburg man arrested for child porn for second time in 6 months
A Gettysburg man was arrested after police say he coerced 8 victims under the age of 18 to photograph and video themselves posing naked in sexually explicit positions.
UPDATE(3): Woman charged after baby found in high school bathroom
The Lancaster County Coroner has confirmed that a fetus was found at McCaskey East High School Tuesday night.
NCAA, Emmert face tough agenda at board meeting
Mark Emmert is frustrated by a growing list of issues -- override measures, suspended rules, the focus on the NCAA's own scandal and continual questions about his own job -- heading into the board of directors' regularly-scheduled meeting Thursday.
UPDATE(2): Suspect wanted in weekend homicide in Harrisburg turns himself in
Police are searching for a suspect in Harrisburg 7th homicide of the year.
Comment by Governor Corbett has some lawmakers fuming
On Monday, Governor Tom Corbett made a controversial comment on a radio show and now that comment has lawmakers fuming.
Missing Lititz woman turns up 11 years later in Florida
A Lititz woman who has been missing for 11 years turned herself into police in Florida.
PA Missing Persons
Carlisle considering getting rid of police dispatching, one Lieutenant
Getting rid of local dispatch and the lieutenant would save more than $320,000 dollars a year.
'Mouth of the South' Jimmy Hart to appear at 'City Island Smackdown'
"The Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart will make an appearance at the Ultimate Wrestling Experience's 'City Island Smackdown' event in June at Metro Bank Park.
CBS shows lead Daytime Emmy nominations
CBS Shows are in the lead when it comes to Daytime Emmy nominations.
STEM program helps bridge gap between high school and careers
A program at a York County high school is help bridging the gap between high school course work and actual career paths.
Renewable energy programs costing tax payers
Several different renewable energy programs ran by the federal government are paid for by tax payer dollars.
Harrisburg Ambulance company pleads guilty to submitting false claims to Medicare
Advantage Medical Transport, Inc, has pleaded guilty to submitting false claims to Medicare.
Governor Corbett orders U.S. and State Flags at Capitol Complex to fly at half-staff to honor fallen Navy SEAL
Governor Corbett orders U.S. and State Flags at Capitol Complex and Dauphin County to fly at half-staff to honor fallen Navy SEAL.
More suspects arrested in connection with Boston bombings
Officials have announced three more suspects have been arrested in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings.
Autism Awareness - BSC Licensing Changes
Changes in the licensing criteria for Behavioral Specialist Consultants has changed in Pennsylvania possibly affecting the services kids with Autism receive.
Mechanicsburg beats Middletown in Mid-Penn Keystone baseball clash
Bobby Mentzer drove home two runs in the third inning helping Mechanicsburg defeat Middletown 3-2 on Tuesday at Rickenbach-Shirley Field in Memorial Park.