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Police are Lancaster are seeking help from the public in identifying the suspect in a retail theft case that occurred on Dec. 20 at the Boscov's department store in Park City Mall. According to police, the incident occurred at about 3 p.m. Staff at the store told police the man took a gold bracelet from the jewelry department. He was described as a white male in his 30's, wearing a gray blazer, a blue button-down shirt, blue pants,... [Read More]
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NEW YORK – Attorney General Letitia James today announced the take-down of members of a gun trafficking operation that brought guns from Pennsylvania and illegally resold them in New York. In two separate, but related indictments in Bronx and Nassau Counties, three defendants were charged with trafficking assault weapons, semiautomatic pistols, a ghost gun, and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. [Read More]
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Watch the latest video reports from FOX 29 News in Philadelphia. [Read More]
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Police are looking for two people who they said set several fires in a York County Walmart Tuesday night, forcing the store to close. [Read More]
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The York County Astronomical Society will host a viewing of the Total Lunar Eclipse at their Observatory at John C. Rudy County Park on Sunday night. The evening will begin with a screened astronomical presentation on current events and the January night sky starting at 8:00PM. [Read More]
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Law enforcement officials in Lancaster County have identified the 56-year-old Mount Joy man killed in a two-vehicle accident Tuesday night on Route 441 in East Donegal Township. Joseph G. Zito was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, which occurred just north of Vinegar Ferry Road at about 6 p.m., according to a release from the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office. Investigators say Zito was traveling north on Route 441 in a Honda Element when a... [Read More]
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Authorities say a chef was killed and two others were critically injured when they were attacked by a man with a hammer at a New York City restaurant. [Read More]
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DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.-- Two men are facing charges after a search revealed a large amount of drugs, money, and guns. Genaro Rivera, 20, and Tyrese Ruiz, 19, are facing possession with intent to deliver, persons not to possess a firearm, receiving stolen property and possession of drug paraphernalia... [Read More]
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As the United States' longest ever government shutdown lingers, a North Carolina school system said they're bringing school lunches down to a "minimum." "Due to the Federal Government Shutdown, lunch menus in Vance County Schools have been revised to a minimum level to conserve food and funding," the district wrote in a Facebook post. Beginning next week, Vance County students will notice changes on their trays with the "minimum level" lunches. The district will no longer... [Read More]
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CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.– Police are investigating an identity theft in which student loans were opened in a victim's name at various online universities. On January 15, a victim came to the Carlisle Police Station to report an identity theft. In 2013, an unknown suspect had opened student loans in the victim's name at various online universities. The victim realized they were a victim of identity theft when student loan companies contacted the victim to collect payment. The investigation is currently... [Read More]
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YORK COUNTY, Pa.– Today's Furry Friend is Poodley, the poodle/bichon mix! Poodley is a four-year-old girl that came to Animal Rescue Inc. from another shelter. Check her out in the clip above. [Read More]
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YORK COUNTY, Pa.– Crews are on the scene of a crash near Red Lion High School. The crash occurred on Horace Mann Ave. near Martin St. and Rock Ln in Red Lion Boro. There is no word if any injuries were suffered in the crash. Crash reported in #RedLion on Horace Mann Ave between Martin St and Rock Lane — Trenice (@TreniceFox43) January 16, 2019 This is a developing story. FOX43 has a crew on the scene and we will... [Read More]
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Beth Perz, whose son Brad died of a drug overdose a few weeks ago, speaks during a press conference in Chester. Officials in Chester County announced Tuesday that it would be the latest in a slew of local governments to sue opioid manufacturers. (Nina Feldman/WHYY News) (Undated) -- For the first time, Americans are more likely to die of opioid overdoses than in car accidents. In light of that grim National Safety Council statistic, officials in Chester County announced Tuesday that it would be the latest in a slew of local governments to sue opioid manufacturers on grounds the... [Read More]
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The Hidden History Research Center is dedicated to educating the public on less-known, hidden and alternative perspectives of history. [Read More]
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George R. Shadie, a local financial representative with New York Life, has received the NAIFA Quality Award from the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisers. The award recognizes advisers for their commitment to excellence in service to t... [Read More]
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QUIET & MILDER BUT BREEZY: A weak cold front approaching the region brings more clouds to the region Wednesday, in addition to breezy winds. Lows start in the middle to upper 20s. Temperatures continue to climb a little higher on Wednesday. [Read More]
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Facing a chronic shortage of available homes for sale, York County saw home sales decrease by 3 percent last year, the first decline after six years of increases. [Read More]
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York City Council voted to increase most parking tickets. [Read More]
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Benjamin Brafman, the high-powered lawyer who was poised to defend Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein against rape and sexual assault allegations in New York, plans to withdraw from... [Read More]
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District 9 Wrestling Roundup: Clarion, Kane, Cameron Co. Fare Well at New York Tournaments Kenn Staub | January 16, 2019 FALCONER, N.Y. (D9Sports) – This past weekend three District 9 wrestling teams crossed the state's northern border to compete in New York. (Photo of Clarion's Login Dehner, who won the Morales Tournament Title at 120... [Read More]
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