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  • Bryn Lindenmuth

    Chief: Ofc. Bryn Lindenmuth charged in domestic dispute will be reinstated

    WEST MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, Pa. — York County’s 2015 Officer of the Year, who was charged with simple assault, false imprisonment and harassment on July 17, 2016, will be reinstated, according to Southwestern Regional Chief of Police. Ofc. Bryn Lindenmuth, of York, has been on paid administrative leave for six months. He entered a plea of no contest in a York County Court to harassment charges – which a summary offense, a grade below a misdemeanor crime – filed against him. “For this reason […]

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    GM announces 7,000 U.S. jobs, investing additional $1 billion in U.S. manufacturing

    DETROIT, Mich. – Under attack from President-elect Donald Trump for its investment in Mexican plants, General Motors announced plans Tuesday to invest at least $1 billion in U.S. factories and committed to creating or retaining about 7,000 U.S. jobs in the coming years. The company will move 450 jobs from GM supplier plants in Mexico back to the U.S., and will keep another 1,500 factory jobs in the U.S. that were at risk of moving to Mexico. In addition, GM […]

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    Poll: Will a new Act prevent lawmakers from spending money designated for crime victims on unrelated federal projects?

    Money collected by the federal government — penalties and fees from those who commit crimes — is not being used for its intended purpose, Republican Congressman Scott Perry (PA-4) said. Perry, a member of the House Victim Rights Caucus, held a press conference today in York City to explain that the approval of the Fairness for Crime Victims Act would help to protect those funds and allocate them to their proper designation. Congress created the Crime Victims Fund in 1984, based […]

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    York Area Regional Police: Dallastown Rutters Farm Store robbery suspects arrested

    DALLASTOWN, Pa. — According to York Area Regional Police Department, they have arrested and charged two people in connection with a Rutters Farm Store robbery. The armed-robbery happened over the weekend. Police reported on their Facebook page, Jesse Ellis and Brittany Carr, both of Red Lion, have been arrested and charged with robbery with a firearm. Both were taken to York County Central Booking.

  • WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES: US civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., waves to supporters from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial 28 August, 1963, on The Mall in Washington, DC, during the "March on Washington" where King delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech, which is credited with mobilizing supporters of desegregation and prompted the 1964 Civil Rights Act. King was assassinated on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee.  (Photo credit: AFP/Getty Images)

    Poll: Do you think Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “dream” and Civil Rights goals have been met?

    Martin Luther King, Jr., the southern Baptist minister who shook the world with his revolutionizing words and actions, is being remembered and celebrated today. King served as the civil rights movement’s most important political mobilizer, a global Nobel Peace Prize-winning figure capable of bridging racial and economic divides by participating in bus boycotts in Montgomery, Alabama, writing a passionate letter from a Birmingham jail cell, leading a March on Washington, and traversing the Edmund Pettus Bridge in a demonstration that galvanized […]

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    Poll: Do you fear Friday the 13th?

    An extreme or irrational fear – phobia – of Friday the 13th is called paraskevidekatriaphobia or friggatriskaidekaphobia. Triskaidekaphobia is the fear of the number 13. Historians have tried to explain where the fear of today’s date originated. Some say it’s traced back to Nordic myth. While other historians say that superstitions surrounding the date is from the late 19th century. The first documented mention of the day can be found in a biography of Italian composer Gioachino Rossini, who died […]

  • Glenn Walker III

    Man convicted in shooting death of Harrisburg police chief’s nephew

    HARRISBURG, Pa. –A Harrisburg man has been convicted in the shooting death of 36-year-old John Thomas Carter. A Dauphin County jury deliberated over two days and found Glenn Walker III, 20, guilty of first degree homicide. Walker, who was 19 at the time of the shooting, was accused of killing Carter on March 26, 2016. He was the nephew of Harrisburg Police Chief Thomas Carter. The jury’s deliberations centered on a home surveillance video, released to the public this week by […]

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    Poll: Are you concerned that scaling back Medicaid will result in diminished access to health care?

    Senate Republicans launched their effort to repeal and replace President Barack Obama’s landmark healthcare law early Thursday morning, approving a budget blueprint that they’ve dubbed the Obamacare “repeal resolution,” CNN reported. The Senate voted 51-48 along party lines for the measure, which relies on the same budget process used seven years ago to approve the landmark healthcare law to now attempt to dismantle it. Part of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is earmarked funding toward Medicaid, which monies have been […]

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    Public hearings: Hamburg State Center and Norristown State Hospital’s Civil Section pending closures

    In response to Gov. Tom Wolf’s move to close Hamburg State Center and Norristown State Hospital – Civil Section within the next two years, Disability Rights Pennsylvania said it commends Pennsylvania Department of Human Services Sec. Ted Dallas. Hamburg State Center, in Berks County, is one of five remaining state-run institutions for people with developmental disabilities. Norristown State Hospital, in Norristown, is one of six remaining civil units. Wolf’s administration said it was committed to serve more people in the […]