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  • Convicted: Former York Tech teacher found guilty of touching genitals of two students

    YORK COUNTY — A jury found a former York County School of Technology guilty of touching the genitals of two students in 2016. Kevin Nagle, 44, was convicted Friday on two counts each of institutional sexual assault and corruption of minors, court documents show. Nagel, who managed the school store, touched the 17-year-old victims — on separate dates — under the appearance of measuring them for pants. During the first assault, the victim — accompanied by his mother in the school store — […]

  • AG Shapiro: Texas company deceived PA consumers into unfair ‘for sale by owner’ purchases

    HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced a lawsuit against a Texas company for deceiving Pennsylvania consumers into unfair “for sale by owner” purchases of uninhabitable family homes. This scam involved misleading property deeds and preyed upon low-income homeowners who were sold homes at vastly inflated prices that often lack basic essentials like heat or electricity. More than 70 would-be Pennsylvania homeowners entered into unfair “for sale by owner” purchases with Harbour Portfolio Advisers, and wound up agreeing to […]

  • Here’s what’s coming up on FOX43 News At Ten (July 20, 2018)

    On FOX43 News At Ten: We could soon see the Grand Jury Report into child sex abuse in Pennsylvania Catholic Dioceses, including Harrisburg. A Cambria County Judge ruled in favor of the State Attorney General saying the report should be made public. Expect more from FOX43’s Chelsea Koerbler on this ruling. Also at 10, emergency workers in Elizabethtown are taking the lead on keeping themselves safe at work. FOX43’s Ashley Paul explains how Northwest EMS is hoping to raise money to put […]

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    Replacement work on bridge in Adams County to begin week of July 30

    ADAMS COUNTY — Replacement work for the bridge carrying Route 30 (York Road) over Rock Creek in Gettysburg Borough and Straban Township, Adams County is scheduled to begin during the week of July 30, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. Traffic will shift to one lane in each direction through the work zone when construction begins. PennDOT says motorists should allow extra time when traveling through work areas due to slowdowns. The new bridge should be completed by the end […]

  • Hershey Medical Center campus expansion continues with parking garage, loop road

    HERSHEY — A new parking garage and loop road are in the works for the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center campus. Penn State said Friday that its Board of Trustees approved the final plans and funds for the project. The $35 million project was previously awarded to Clayco, Inc., a design-build company. The project will allow Penn State Health to accommodate continued growth on the campus as it undertakes other expansion projects such as the planned Penn State […]

  • Six new charges filed against man accused of killing Christy Mirack

    Six new charges have been filed against the man accused of killing Christy Mirack in December 1992, according to court documents. In a separate docket, 49-year-old Raymond Rowe faces three counts of rape – forcible compulsion, two counts of involuntarily deviate sexual intercourse – forcible compulsion and one count of burglary, court documents show. Rowe was arrested and charged with criminal homicide last month in connection with Mirack’s death. Mirack, 25, was allegedly beaten, strangled and sexually assaulted by Rowe at her Greenfield […]

  • Penn State Board of Trustees approves tuition freeze for all resident undergrads

    READING — The Penn State Board of Trustees Committee on Finance, Business and Capital Planning on July 19 recommended a $6.5 billion University budget that includes no tuition increase for all Pennsylvania resident undergraduate students for the 2018-19 academic year, the school announced Friday. The proposed budget and accompanying tuition and fees schedule will be considered by the full board on July 20, and if approved, will mark the second time in four years that resident undergraduate tuition has been […]

  • Investigation leads to drug charges for Lebanon man

    LEBANON — A 41-year-old man faces drug charges after the Lebanon County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at his residence on Thursday. Jose Luis Medina, of the 500 block of Pershing Avenue, is charged with possession with intent to deliver or manufacture crack cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Members of the task force executed the warrant following an investigation into the alleged sales of crack cocaine from the home. Authorities discovered a quantity of crack cocaine […]

  • DA: Charges will not be filed in death of 78-year-old dementia patient

    LANCASTER — Charges will not be filed in the death of a 78-year-old dementia patient at Oak Leaf Manor North in Landisville, the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office said in a news release Friday. The victim died on May 20, a week after she was allegedly pushed by a 79-year-old dementia patient at the care facility, the release says. An investigation revealed that both women became involved in a conflict in a hallway outside of the victim’s room on May […]