Jack Eble was born in New York but calls Naples, Florida home. He graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2015. He became a part of the FOX 43 News team in October 2017.

Jack comes to central Pennsylvania from Sioux Falls, South Dakota after spending two years with KDLT News. While there, he worked as a multi-media journalist in both news and sports. He has received awards for his reporting during breaking news when a building collapsed in downtown Sioux Falls and for issues facing the agriculture community in South Dakota.

Jack is an avid sports fan. His allegiances include the New York Jets, New York Mets, New York Knicks and UCF Knights. He also loves to play fantasy football, so make sure to chat about your line-ups with him!

If you have a story idea or want to contact Jack, send him an email at jeble@fox43.com.

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Recent Articles
  • Meth operation busted in Lancaster

    LANCASTER, PA — The Lancaster County Drug Task Force arrested two Reading women they say were transporting meth to Lancaster. Detectives stopped a green Honda Civic on South Ridge Road in Reinholds on Friday, October 4. Detectives found about six ounces of methamphetamine in the Honda, occupied by Lisandra Hance-Ramirez, 48, and Alexia M. Perez, both of Reading. The meth has an estimated street value of about $3,000. Brett Hambright with the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office said the county […]

  • Cybersecurity experts raise concerns over application data collection

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Terrill Frantz, associate professor of eBusiness and Cybersecurity at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, said there’s an issue within our devices that experts and people on the street are currently on the same playing field. “This is a new social problem. No one’s been here before, right? So we’re all trying to figure this out at the same time,” said Frantz. He’s referring to data collection within applications on our smartphones and devices. According to the […]

  • Haunted attractions preparing safety features amongst the frights

    HEIDELBERG TOWNSHIP, York County, Pa. — As October rolls in and Halloween approaches, haunted attractions are preparing for the busy season. At Kim’s Krypt Haunted Mill, their set-up requires a lot more than the scares and spooks that pop out. Jerry West, a manager at the haunted attraction, said every haunt in Pennsylvania must be registered with the state Department of Agriculture. Haunts must also be inspected by a department inspector, which West is certified to do alongside another manager […]

  • PA lawmakers will introduce own version of bill proposing to pay college athletes

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Two Allegheny County democrats want the state to pay college athletes. State Reps. Dan Miller and Ed Gainey say they will introduce their own version of the “Fair Pay to Play Act” to the full House soon. In a written release, the representatives said their proposal will “largely mirror” California’s bill that was signed into law on Monday. They say the law will not apply to community colleges. The California “Fair Pay to Play Act,” which is […]

  • York City Police Department considering race of people receiving traffic citations

    YORK, Pa. — As State Police plan to re-implement a practice of tracking the race of people who receive traffic citations, at least one department will have eyes on how it does it. State Police voluntarily collected the data before reportedly stopping the practice in 2012. Now that it will be coming back, officials with the York City Police Department say it will “consider mirroring” the procedure. York City Police officials say the department has never tracked race nor does […]

  • Rival Lancaster County student sections come together for alumni’s cancer fight

    EAST HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP, Pa. — When the Friday night lights come on, the Hempfield Black Knights and the Lampeter-Strasburg Pioneers are rivals on the gridiron. On the sidelines this time, the student sections were united by the color orange. Former Pioneer basketball standout, Ryan Smith, is currently battling Leukemia, said Jack Ingram, a senior at Lampeter-Strasburg, who said he’s like a family member to Smith. He said student section leaders for the Pioneers wanted to show support for Smith at […]

  • Gov. Wolf, Lt. Gov. Fetterman push for marijuana decriminalization, pardons

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — After a call for legalizing recreational marijuana, the two top executives in the commonwealth are calling for forgiveness. Gov. Tom Wolf and Lt. Gov. John Fetterman are calling for the decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana and clearing criminal records associated with those amounts, citing bipartisan support for legalized marijuana and the results of the marijuana listening tours. Fetterman, who leads the state Board of Pardons, is expediting the application process for pardons associated with non-violent, small […]

  • PennDOT unveils proposed upgrade project to busy Lancaster County interchange

    MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, Pa. — At an open house meeting inside Nitrauer Elementary School Wednesday night, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation officials gave the public a look at a proposal to upgrade the U.S. 30 and Route 222 interchange. The $40 million project serves as a starting point to a larger plan by PennDOT to reconstruct a larger portion of Route 222, including widening it from four to six lanes. The proposed improvements at the U.S. 30 and Route 222 North interchange […]

  • “See Me Now” program connects emergency room providers with former patients

    DERRY TOWNSHIP, Dauphin County, Pa. — On Tuesday night, Penn State Hershey Medical Center hosted an opportunity for emergency room staff to reconnect with some of their former patients. It’s part of an effort called “See Me Now,” which are events allowing families to express gratitude and find closure while giving healthcare providers the chance to see the meaning of their work in a positive setting. Linda Gangai, program manager for quality improvement within the Department of Emergency Medicine, said […]

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