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  • Pennsylvania Fire Commissioner resigns

    HARRISBURG, Pa.– Pennsylvania’s Fire Commissioner has resigned, according to Governor Tom Wolf’s office. According to Pennlive, Tim Solobay’s abrupt resignation came after a sexual harassment allegation surfaced during his prior service as a state senator. Pennlive reports a woman who worked for Solobay when he was in the Senate filed a sexual harassment complaint against him in 2011. Wolf’s administration said Solobay submitted his resignation but gave no other information in a brief statement. Spokesman J.J. Abbott said Monday that […]

  • Investigators release more details related to Route 30 deadly crash

    WEST HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.–The investigation continues after a 36-year-old woman was killed following a four-vehicle crash along Route 30 in Lancaster County on Thursday. The crash happened around 7 a.m. Thursday when a westbound Honda sedan driven by Michael Rineer Jr., 36, of Columbia veered into the left lane, hitting a vehicle driven by 36-year-old Jacquelyn Dahms of Lancaster, according a news release from the Lancaster County District Attorney’s office. Both vehicles veered out of control across the […]

  • Robbery thwarted in Swatara Township when woman pulls out her gun

    SWATARA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.–An attempted robbery in Swatara Township didn’t go as planned when one of the intended victims pulled out a gun.   A woman and man, who were from Lancaster County, were meeting with a person who they thought were selling them a gaming system that was advertised on Facebook on Wednesday. The pair met with the the seller, who was accompanied by two other juveniles, in a parking lot along the 500 block of South 29th […]

  • Man loses $4K in grandparent scam

    PENN TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.–Thinking his grandson was in trouble, a Lancaster County man was duped out of $4,000 in a grandparent scam. On Tuesday, Northern Lancaster County Regional Police say the man received a phone call from a man posing as his grandson. The victim told police the scammer sounded a lot like his grandson, so he didn’t think anything of it. The person on the other end of the line told the victim a tale about being taken […]

  • 7 guns stolen from Adams County gun store

    HIGHLAND TOWNSHIP, ADAMS COUNTY, Pa.–Pennsylvania State Police are investigating after someone stole seven firearms from an Adams County gun store. It happened Monday at Condition One Weapons located along the 3200 block of Fairfield Road in Highland Township. Investigators say the suspect removed an air conditioning unit in order to gain access to the building. No other details were immediately available.

  • Round of ammunition found inside Hershey Middle School, police investigate threat

    DERRY TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.–Derry Township police say a round of ammunition was found inside Hershey Middle School on Wednesday. Around the same time, administrators at Derry Township School District notified authorities about reports of a student alluding to a school shooting, according to police reports. Police say at this point there does not appear to be evidence of a direct, actionable threat to Hershey Middle School or the Derry Township School District campus. An investigation is ongoing.

  • Some schools dismiss early for snow

    Snowy weather is causing some schools in our area to dismiss students early. To see if your school district is closing early, click here.

  • Grand Jury report on Penn State University fraternity culture

    CENTRE COUNTY, Pa.–Following a ten-month long investigation the grand jury report on hazing and excessive alcohol consumption at Penn State University fraternities was released Friday. The report comes following the death of 19-year-old Timothy Piazza, a Beta Theta Pi pledge and engineering student from Lebanon, New Jersey. Piazza died in February after drinking a dangerous amount of alcohol at a pledge ceremony and falling down basement stairs. The more than 200-page report includes a detailed account of Piazza’s death at […]

  • State Police: Red Lion man killed after being run over by his own pickup truck

    RED LION BOROUGH, YORK COUNTY, Pa.–A 73-year-old man died Wednesday morningĀ  after authorities say he was run over by his own pickup truck in York County. The York County Coroner’s Office identified the victim as Frank Pantano, of the first block of Vista Drive in Red Lion. The death was ruled an accident, the County Coroner said. It happened shortly before 11 a.m. along the 100 block of Householder Avenue in Red Lion Borough. Pennsylvania State Police say Pantano had […]