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  • Live and Local: Walking through the history of Hanover

    HANOVER, YORK COUNTY, Pa. – It’s a small town, with a big history. Hanover was the focus of our latest ‘Live and Local’ segment on FOX43 Morning News. FOX43’s Amy Lutz found out how it became the thriving small town it is, today.

  • Furry Friends with Megatron, the pit bull terrier mix!

    YORK, YORK COUNTY, Pa. –  Meet this week’s Furry Friend, Megatron! He’s brought to us by the Humane Society of Harrisburg area. Megatron is a big ol’ goofy guy!  He’s full of personality, playful, and loves spending time with his human friends. Moving in to a new home may make him feel a bit nervous and overwhelmed, so his shelter pals believe he would be more comfortable in a home without young children. However, he wouldn’t mind having another dog around! […]

  • Car soars into tree, stuck for several hours in Fulton Township

    FULTON TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. – A woman is safe, after the vehicle she was driving plowed right through a fence and got stuck in a tree. It all started at 9:30 p.m., Wednesday night on Robert Fulton Highway in Fulton Township, just north of the Maryland border. FOX43 is told the vehicle somehow drove right through a fence and got stuck 8 ft. up into the tree. The driver was stuck in the vehicle for several hours until a 911 call […]

  • Flames rip through home in Dauphin County

    PENBROOK, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – The Penbrook Fire Chief says no one was injured after fire ripped through a home on the 2600 block of Hoffer Street. Flames broke out just after 2:00 a.m., Thursday morning. Upon arrival, firefighters say flames could be seen coming from the roof of the home. They also say the smell of heavy smoke lingered for about 3 blocks. The homeowner was at work at the time of the fire. The cause is still under […]

  • Victim in serious condition after being struck by a vehicle in York City

    YORK, YORK COUNTY, Pa. – A 48-year-old man is in serious condition after being struck by a vehicle early Wednesday morning. It happened at 5:48 A.M., at the intersection of Philadelphia and North George Street. The victim’s name is not being released yet.

  • State Rep. Scott Petri to host public hearing on gaming expansion

    HARRISBURG, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. – Representative Scott Petri (R-Bucks), chairman of the House Gaming Oversight Committee, will hold a public hearing today to gather information regarding suggested changes to Pennsylvania’s gaming laws. The committee will hear testimony from stakeholders in the gaming industry regarding the possible expansion of gaming to include video gaming terminals. Rep. Petri and other committee members are expected to hear testimonies from several associations, including PARx Casino, The Pennsylvania State Police, and the Pennsylvania Video Gaming […]

  • Live and Local: Reeser’s Soft Ice Cream, a Lewisberry favorite!

    LEWISBERRY, YORK COUNTY, Pa. – FOX43 Morning news brought ‘Live and Local’ to Lewisberry, York County! Of course, the team couldn’t stop by without learning all about the favorite sweet spot in the area, Reeser’s Soft Ice Cream. As they learned from Owner, Donald Reeser, the little ice cream shop on the hill truly stands the test of time.

  • 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.