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 York nonprofit looks to help fallen U.S. Marshal’s family

    HARRISBURG, P.A. — The mourning remains fresh following the shooting death of Deputy U.S. Marshal Christopher Hill Thursday morning in Harrisburg. “To us, he’s a hero but let’s pull it back some. He’s a father, he’s a husband, he’s a brother, he’s an uncle…,” said Harrisburg Police Chief Thomas Carter. Members of the Steven Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation in Staten Island, New York saw the incident on the news from home. They came to Harrisburg Friday looking to help […]

  • Law enforcement, colleagues mourn “cream of the crop” killed in Harrisburg Thursday morning

    HARRISBURG, P.A. — “Christopher Hill died a hero today.” U.S. Attorney Dave Freed, joined by several agencies across Pennsylvania, grieved the death of Deputy U.S. Marshal Christopher Hill, 45, Thursday afternoon. Hill was shot and killed while serving a warrant Thursday morning on the 1800 block of Mulberry Street. “None of us have sufficient words to express our grief and sorrow. The Hills have lost a husband, a father, a son, a brother, far too soon. Our community has lost […]

  • Drawn-out snow conditions bring around the clock work for PennDOT drivers

      HARRISBURG, P.A. — PennDOT crews worked around the clock Tuesday to keep roads safe during the long, drawn-out snowfall.   PennDOT officials say crews will work until midnight Tuesday and another shift will start at that time going into Wednesday morning.    Truck operator Ian Williams said during winter weather, shifts cycle on and off.   “They normally run two shifts so you do catch a break and you get to go home and sleep,” said Williams.    Dale […]

  • Tech advancements lift recovery efforts for Newberry Township man

        NEWBERRY TOWNSHIP, P.A. — In 2008, Brian Keefer, 30, broke his spine during a gymnastics accident, leaving him paralyzed from the chestline down.   Now in 2018, the volleyball coach and public speaker said he’s seen nothing but progress.   “I’m able to lean forward, which I’m not supposed to be able to do at my injury level. I can sit on a matt table, myself, without any support,” said Keefer.   He attributes his successes to the […]

  • Forecasters warn of potential ice jams this weekend

    HARRISBURG, P.A. — Over the last few days, warmer conditions have made the Susquehanna River less icy. However, with forecasters predicting rain across the entire Susquehanna basin, a lot of water will be quickly flowing down stream through Saturday night into Monday. Experts believe it will, most likely, dislodge the ice at some point in that timeframe. “When the ice moves around say the bend of a river, maybe a little bit of a turn or a subtle change, maybe […]

  • Baron to Bear: Former coaches celebrate Nagy’s new NFL gig

    MANHEIM, P.A. — A former Central Baron quarterback takes the helm of the NFL’s founding franchise. Matt Nagy was introduced Tuesday as the new head coach of the Chicago Bears. In his introductory press conference, Nagy gave a shout-out to his “roots.” “I want to thank everyone back home in the small town of Manheim, Pennsylvania in Lancaster County for always supporting me. Go Barons,” said Nagy. Nagy takes over a Bears team that went 5-11 in 2017. He replaces […]

  • Yellow Breeches EMS using bullet and knife resistant vests

    SOUTH MIDDLETON TOWNSHIP, P.A. — Since October, Yellow Breeches Emergency Management Service has put a policy in place that puts 15 bullet and knife resistant vests to use. While Chief Bob Weidner said it helps them feel more comfortable on the job, he said it’s sad that it has come to this point. “We all want to go home tonight to our families and stuff, and you just don’t know anymore,” said Weidener. For decades, Weidner and his crew have […]

  • Wintery mix puts a freeze on Monday

    LANCASTER, P.A. — Freezing rain during the early afternoon prompted early school releases and a slick commute. The School District of Lancaster tweeted a little before 9 a.m. Monday with plans to have early releases at schools between 11 a.m. and noon. Officials with the Lancaster City Police Department ask drivers to stay indoors and off the roads, if possible. If you do have to go on the roads, they ask you to drive slowly to give enough time to […]

  • Multiple central PA school districts, authorities investigate school threat

    LANCASTER, P.A. — Authorities were first alerted a little after ten Sunday night regarding a threatening image circulating online. The image showed a variety of guns with a message warning students at “MHS” to stay home. “No matter what the information was, people were looking at it through the lens that it applied to the school district of Lancaster, specifically McCaskey High School,” said Lt. William Hickey with the Lancaster City Police Department. Authorities say they contacted the School District […]