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  • Wizards’ C Dwight Howard opts into contract for ’19-’20 season

    WASHINGTON– A big man will return to the Wizards’ lineup next season. C Dwight Howard has opted in to his player option for the 2019-2020 season, to remain in Washington. Howard, 33, signed a two-year deal with the Wizards last off season. However, his first year in Washington didn’t go as planned, as Howard appeared in only nine games before being sidelined with a back injury for the rest of the season. In those nine contests, Howard averaged 12.8 points […]

  • No injuries suffered after Dauphin County house fire

    DAUHPIN COUNTY, Pa.– No one was injured after a house fire. The fire broke out around 9:30 p.m. on April 18 at a home near 50th Street and Linda Lane in Swatara Township. While no injuries were suffered in the fire, there was significant damage to the home.

  • Two people injured after fire at Soap Stone Sawmill in Lancaster County

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.– Two people have been injured after a fire at Soap Stone Sawmill. Emergency personnel was dispatched to the 300 block of Little Britain Church Road in Fulton Township before 7:30 a.m. for a report of smoke from a fire. Two burn victims refused treatment, but there is no word on if any other injuries have been suffered or the extent of any damage yet. Robert Fulton Fire Chief, Phillip Smith says the building is a total loss. […]

  • Renaissance Bridal offers a number of prom dress selections

    YORK COUNTY, Pa.– With prom season in full swing, its time to get your best look for the dance! Today on FOX43 Morning News, Renaissance Bridal is stopping by the set to show off some of their latest fashions for the season. Jon Smith from Renaissance Bridal will be having models show off their newest looks. Check it out in the clip above.

  • York man indicted for exploitation of minors

    YORK COUNTY, Pa.– A York man was indicted by a federal grand jury for exploitation of minors. Steven Iseman, 45, was indicted on April 17. According to U.S. Attorney David Freed, the indictment alleges that between 2015 and September 2018 in York County, Iseman used a minor to produce child pornography, received and distributed child pornography, and possessed child pornography involving minors under the age of 12. The three-count indictment also includes a notice of the Government’s intent to forfeit […]

  • Give Local York: For The Love Of Dogs Rescue

    YORK COUNTY, Pa.– Give Local York is set for May 3! In the month leading up to the event, FOX43 Morning News will have some of the different organizations that will benefit from the proceeds on the program. Today’s organization is For The Love Of Dogs Rescue and Charlene Malinauskas from For The Love Of Dogs Rescue stopped by the set to offer more on what the organization does. You can check it out in the clip above. For more […]

  • Arrest warrant issued for waitress who stole patron’s wallet, used credit cards in Cumberland County

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.– A woman is wanted after stealing a patron’s wallet, whom she had served as a waitress, and using credit cards at various locations. Taraya Parrish, 25, is facing theft charges for the incident. On December 3, 2018 around 11:45 a.m., police received a report of a stolen wallet. The victim reported leaving his jacket at the Dave & Buster’s location in the Capital City Mall on December 2. The victim said that his jacket contained his wallet […]

  • Woman arrested after depositing fraudulent checks, costing bank nearly $1800

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.– Police have arrested a woman who deposited counterfeit checks worth nearly $1800. Mariah Davis, 22, is facing forgery charges for the incident. In May 2017, two remote deposit captured checks were placed into the Members First FCU account of Davis. It was found that both of these checks were counterfeit, and drawn on the Wells Fargo Bank account of Premier Community Resource LLC, made payable to Davis. Due to the fraudulent activity of Davis, Members First FCU […]

  • Penguins swept out of the first round of the NHL Playoffs by Islanders

    PITTSBURGH– The Pittsburgh Penguins’ stay in the playoffs didn’t last very long. The team was swept out of the first round 4-0, with the final defeat coming at the hands of the New York Islanders on Tuesday night. Pittsburgh was never really in the series, dropping Game One on the road by a score of 4-3, and going down 2-0 by losing Game Two 3-1. Even returning to home ice didn’t help the Penguins, who dropped Games Three & Four […]

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