Jack Eble was born in New York but calls Naples, Florida home. He graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2015. He became a part of the FOX 43 News team in October 2017.

Jack comes to central Pennsylvania from Sioux Falls, South Dakota after spending two years with KDLT News. While there, he worked as a multi-media journalist in both news and sports. He has received awards for his reporting during breaking news when a building collapsed in downtown Sioux Falls and for issues facing the agriculture community in South Dakota.

Jack is an avid sports fan. His allegiances include the New York Jets, New York Mets, New York Knicks and UCF Knights. He also loves to play fantasy football, so make sure to chat about your line-ups with him!

If you have a story idea or want to contact Jack, send him an email at jeble@fox43.com.

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Recent Articles
  • New restrictions from China putting a heavy price on recycling

    MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, P.A. — For years, the United State, the world largest exporter of recyclable materials, has worked hand-in-hand with China, the world largest importer. Now, waste management officials are asking you to keep a closer eye on what you throw into the bin because new restrictions from the world’s top customer could cost you. “The largest buyer of recyclable material in the world is no longer buying,” said Amanda Davidson with Penn Waste. With a growing economy […]

  • Four men arrested in connection to 2016 Lancaster County homicide

    SALISBURY TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, P.A. — State Police arrested four men Monday in connection to the death of Dennis Pitch, 52, more than a year ago. Kristopher Smith, 42, Christopher Lyles, 32, Brandon Bills, 36, and Michael Baker, 39 face criminal homicide, as well as a myriad of conspiracy, burglary and robbery charges. On the afternoon of December 4, 2016, authorities found Pitch dead inside his home on the 5000 block of Timothy Drive. Pitch had been shot several times […]

  • Jackson Township driver suffers non-life threatening injuries after colliding with train

    JACKSON TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, P.A. — A little after eight this morning, officials say a train going southbound at 20 miles per hour struck a pickup truck, pushing it nearly 350 feet down the rail line. Authorities say the driver of the truck, a 25-year old man, failed to yield the right of way to the train despite the train sounding its horn. The driver of the truck was trapped for nearly two hours before getting free and transported to […]

  • Millersville University students voice opinions on gun reform

    MILLERSVILLE, LANCASTER COUNTY, P.A. — Students at Millersville University joined thousands of others across the country for the “National School Walk-Out Day,” wanting to have their voices heard in regards to the gun violence debate “I want to stand with all the people who’ve been affected by gun violence and I want common sense laws to be implemented across the country,” said sophomore Morgan Reichenbach. Some students, such as junior John Jones, said they believe the best way to prevent […]

  • Experts, authorities weigh in on security following Lancaster County explosives theft

    EAST DONEGAL TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY. — The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is now offering $20,000 for info after 704 pounds of explosives and 400 blasting caps were reported stolen on Monday an Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline worksite. Ryan Morris, owner and CEO of Tripwire Operations Group said Pennsylvania has one of, if not the most, strict rules in regards to storing explosives as the commonwealth puts more regulations on top of ATF rules. “The state of Pennsylvania goes above and […]

  • Proposal calls for stronger fines, potential prison time for illegal dumping in Harrisburg

    HARRISBURG, P.A. — The current penalty for illegally dumping trash is $25 Public works officials believe that fine is the worth the risk to dumpers, as opposed to paying the $190, per ton, incinerator fee. Now, David West, deputy director of Harrisburg Public Works, said crews are trying to put caution tape around cleared, habitual problems spots around the city to try and deter dumpers. “We’re just doing what we can do to try and negate some of this stuff,” […]

  • Box truck carries names of military veterans across Central PA

    YOE, YORK COUNTY, P.A. — A standard box truck used by M.B.S Home Improvement travels around Central Pennsylvania for projects, particularly in York County. What it carries, however, is more than just work supplies. There are names written all around it for a “Rolling Tribute.” The signatures represent veterans who served in all branches of the military, across all eras, whether they were “cooks or on the front lines.” The back of the truck is specifically reserved for Vietnam War […]

  • Officials concerned about crashes in Route 283 westbound construction zone

    LOWER SWATARA TOWNSHIP, P.A. — State Police officials say they’ve seen more than a dozen crashes in the first two weeks of the Route 283 westbound construction project between Lancaster and Harrisburg. Of the 15 reported crashes, seven have involved commercial vehicle. One of those commercial vehicle crashes involved a vehicle hitting and killing someone illegally crossing the interstate. Due to the amount of accidents, Trooper Brent Miller said Pennsylvania State Police will be taking a concerted effort to try […]

  • A chilly day doesn’t stop Special Olympics events in Harrisburg

    HARRISBURG, P.A. — On a chilly day Thursday, John Harris High School hosted the fifteenth annual Track and Field Fun Day for the Special Olympics. While it is spring, contestants and spectators, alike, were bundled up for an April Winter Olympics. “It’s freezing. The kids are cold and we’re all cold but I think when they’re running and having fun, they just forget about it,” said Foose Elementary teacher Lydia Heischman. The event hosted athletes between the ages of six […]