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  • Typical Life Corporation introduces Outpatient Mental Health program

    YORK, Pa.– The Typical Life Corporation is a non-profit charitable organization that specializes in services for those with intellectual and development disabilities. Their mission is to rescue people from¬†institutionalization by providing a range of support so individuals can experience all the life has to offer. The program recently introduced an Outpatient Mental Health program, to not only meet the need of those they support but to fulfill a need in the community. Tim, who’s involved with the Outpatient program, stopped […]

  • Reports of shots fired in York City

    YORK, Pa. – Police responded to the scene of a shots fired incident in York City, Friday morning. It happened around 2:00 a.m. on the 300 block of East College Avenue. As of right now, no injuries have been reported. The investigation is ongoing. We will bring you more information as it becomes available.

  • Be Well: Get those arms ready for tank tops!

    YORK, Pa. – Today, we’re getting ready to bare all! It’s time to start thinking of warmer weather, and that means tank tops and sleeveless shirts are in the near future. Mindy Quesenberry from MyFitnessQuest stopped by FOX43 Morning News to show us some exercises that will help your arms look great in that warmer weather wardrobe!

  • Fire rips through pallet business in Cumberland County

    NORTH NEWTON TWP., CUMBERLAND COUNTY- Firefighters battled a two-alarm fire at the Righi Pallet Company on the 300 block of Green Spring Road, late Thursday night. Fire crews at the scene say no one was injured. The cause remains unknown.

  • One man struck and killed in the parking lot of Turkey Hill

    LANCASTER, Pa. – One man is dead after being struck and killed in the parking lot a Turkey Hill. The incident occurred in the 2600 block of River Road around 7:10 p.m. Tuesday. The 51-year-old man died at the scene. An autopsy was performed this morning and he died from multiple blunt force trauma. The cause of death has been ruled accidental. The name of the victim has not yet been released.  

  • Pennsylvania School of Culinary Arts gets creative for game day!

    YORK, Pa. – Sick of chips and dip? Then try adding a twist to your food choices for Super Bowl Sunday! Chef Timothy Harris from the Pennsylvania School of Culinary Arts in Lancaster stopped by the FOX43 Kitchen, to show us his ideas for party dishes that a sure to score a touchdown, and he’s using flavors straight from Houston, Texas! Remember, FOX43 is your home for Super Bowl 51, this Sunday. ¬†Grab some good food, relax, and enjoy the […]

  • Live and Local: Exploring the heart of downtown Chambersburg

    CHAMBERSBURG, FRANKLIN COUNTY – FOX43 Morning News is headed to your town! ‘Live and Local’ is our new series, which explores the hidden treasures and local hangouts of small towns throughout Central P.A. FOX43’s Jennifer Ready and Chris Garrett chose to cure their Winter blues at IceFest in the heart of Chambersburg! We spoke to locals about why the town is so special, from the arts… to ice!

  • Elderly man struck by vehicle while walking to grandchild’s basketball game in York City

    YORK, Pa.–An elderly man died Tuesday night after he was struck by a vehicle while walking to see his grandchild’s basketball game in York City. Larry Warner, 79, of Windsor, was crossing the street along the 100 block of West Princess Street when he was hit by a vehicle. Warner was rushed to York Hospital, but later died. An autopsy is scheduled Wednesday morning at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown. The driver of the vehicle is cooperating with police, investigators […]

  • One injured after struck by car in Lancaster County

    WEST EARL TWP., Pa. – One person is injured after getting struck by a vehicle in Lancaster County. It happened sometime after 5:30 A.M., Wednesday, on the 4000 block of Oregon Pike in West Earl Township. Crews took one person to the hospital with injuries. We do not know the extent of those injuries at this time.