Here’s what’s coming up on FOX43 News At Ten (November 13, 2018)
On FOX43 News At Ten: The parents of Jack Nicholson, one of two Warwick High School students killed in a multi-vehicle crash last month in Lititz, Lancaster County, are speaking out.
Jack and his friend Meghan Keeney were killed after an erratic driver struck seven vehicles outside the high school on October 26.
A third student, Rylan Bebee was seriously injured, and is recovering.
Jack’s parents tell FOX43 they have no ill-feelings towards the woman responsible, who has since been identified as 62 year-old Debra Slaymaker-Walker.
Instead, the family is focusing on the amazing person Jack was, and the legacy he is leaving behind.
Also at 10: You have to get a pet license for your dog. People microchip cats. But there’s no license to own a pet alligator in Pennsylvania.
Some people are now looking to regulate the industry and they say it would it safer both the alligator and its owner(s).
FOX43’s Grace Griffaton has the details tonight.