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
  • Family of 2016 cold case victim seeks closure as investigators ask for tips

    FANNETT TOWNSHIP, Franklin County, Pa. — On the morning of April 14, 2016, Glenn Lee Johnson said his father’s dog was barking in his yard next door. “I was coming over just to joke with him and say ‘oh, yeah you forgot her again!’ And that’s when I turned the corner and I found him laying there.” Around 7 a.m. that morning, Lee Glenn Johnson, 74, was found dead with a gunshot wound to his torso in the driveway of […]

  • Creator of infamous Lancaster suspect sketch discusses viral event

    LANCASTER, Pa. — At the end of January 2018, Jocelyn Park went to Central Market in pursuit of her favorite eggs. When she arrived at the stand, she said the usual faces she recognized weren’t there. But someone else was, who she says was grabbing money from a cash box. Asking if he was “stealing,” Park says she began to question the man, even putting him to a test. “They always give you the exact change, like without a blink […]

  • Dairy farmers brace for incoming winter storm

    FULTON TOWNSHIP, Lancaster County, Pa. — Lisa Graybeal, owner of Graywood Farms, says the greatest challenges of winter storms is making sure everything is prepared. “It’s a hard enough job because you are outside, you’re exposed to the elements but when you don’t have things ready, it just makes it that much harder,” said Graybeal. As another round of winter storms approaches, work is done to make sure the animals are comfortable. For calves, Graybeal said they have shelters to […]

  • PennDOT prepares for wintry weekend

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Department of Transportation (PennDOT) officials say they’re “in for the long haul” over the next couple days. Mike Crochunis with PennDOT Engineering District 8 said a mild winter so far has kept their material stockpile in good shape. While precipitation has been few and far between, he said their crews are ready, particularly after a trial by fire snowstorm on November 15. “Many of our guys have been in the fight already, right off the bat, and […]

  • York City lowering street sweeping fines, hiking other parking violations

    YORK, Pa. — Residents who forget to move their cars on street sweeping days will soon see some relief. On Tuesday, city council unanimously approved a plan to lower street sweeping fines from $50 down to $40. Data from 2017 shows street sweeping violations was the number one ticketed parking offense in the city with 14,204 tickets. Philip Given, Chief of Staff with the Office of York Mayor Michael Helfrich, said the plan to lower street sweeping fines is a […]

  • New ‘Unsolved Homicide Unit’ pursuing cold cases in Lancaster County

    LANCASTER, Pa. — A guilty plea by Raymond Rowe, 50, on Tuesday, January 8 put an end to a 26-year old cold case when he admitted to raping and killing Christy Mirack, 25, in December 1992. With the help of a DNA analysis firm, Parabon NanoLabs, investigators were able to connect Rowe’s DNA with samples left at the original crime scene after a trace of the samples connected with Rowe’s half-sister on an ancestry website. Now, investigators are turning to […]

  • Valuable asset at the Pennsylvania Farm Show: Manure

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Manure is one of, if not the most valuable resource coming from the Pennsylvania Farm Show this week. When the droppings from animals are trucked away, it will serve a purpose. State Department of Agriculture officials say the majority of the manure will find its way onto a crop field. For example, mushroom farmers purchase manure from the Farm Show manure. According to the Mushroom Farmers of Pennsylvania, mushroom are the number one cash crop in the […]

  • Police identify victims in murder-suicide in Manheim Township

    MANHEIM TOWNSHIP, Lancaster County, Pa.– UPDATE (January 10): The Lancaster County Coroner’s Office has identified the victims in a murder-suicide. Coroner Dr. Stephen Diamantoni said they found that Nicole Welton, 32, shot her 11-year-old son before committing suicide. Dr. Diamantoni said each individual suffered one gunshot wound. The Weltons were from West Milton in Union County. Manheim Township Police says this is an on-going investigation and did not release further details. PREVIOUSLY: Police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide in Manheim Township, the Lancaster […]

  • Investigation leads to drugs and guns bust in Lancaster City

    LANCASTER, Pa. — Investigators say a “months” long operation led to the arrest of Tyshaun Williams, 27, Wednesday morning. According to the arrest affidavit, a undercover unit successfully purchased crack cocaine from Williams in December. A little after 6 a.m. on Wednesday, police say a search warrant was executed on Williams’ home on the 300 block of Beaver Street. Court documents show investigators found 108 packages of marijuana, a package containing less than a gram of cocaine, numerous drug paraphernalia […]