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
  • Harrisburg workshop to continue discussion on eliminating traffic-related deaths

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — City officials and residents will gather Thursday to continue work towards eliminating traffic-related deaths through the “Vision Zero” program. The program aims to address solutions and prevention of pedestrian injuries and deaths in Harrisburg. At the end of May, city representatives began surveying residents on State Street at 17th Street to find out what their biggest traffic concerns are. Speeding and running red lights were among the top problems addressed. Now that problems are recognized, officials say […]

  • Auditor General expanding scope into voting security in Pennsylvania

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — In June, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale launched an audit into voting security across the commonwealth. That came after officials say the U.S. Department of Homeland Security found an unsuccessful hacking attempt of Pennsylvania’s voting election database prior to the 2016 election. Recent developments, however, are deepening the scope of the audit. Last week, 12 Russians were indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice for alleged interference in the 2016 election. Also, FBI officials allege the largest investor […]

  • Residents brainstorm potential solutions for Lemoyne Middle School property

    LEMONYE, Pa. — Built in the 1920s, Lemoyne Middle School has been vacant since it was closed in 2013. Developers are trying to give it new life and residents want a say in what it becomes. An original plan for re-zoning and re-developing the property was met with backlash. Now, RGS Associates, a consulting firm hired by the Real Estate Collaborative of the Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation, is surveying residents to hear their preferences, concerns or ideas on what […]

  • Lake Williams in York County to be drained for dam maintenance

    SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Starting Saturday morning, The York Water Company will begin draining Lake Williams for the first time in over a century. They’ll do their “fish-out,” a process of moving valuable fish, such as small and large mouth bass and walleye, over to Lake Redman. J.T. Hand, chief operating officer of The York Water Company, said they plan to have Lake Williams drained before Labor Day weekend in September. He said it will take the span […]

  • One man killed, three others injured in early morning crash on PA Turnpike

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — UPDATE (July 13, 9:45 a.m.): The coroner has identified the man who died in a crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike yesterday. Olurabu Henry of Brooklyn, New York, died after getting out of his vehicle and being struck by a parked vehicle that was struck by another vehicle. PREVIOUSLY: Around 2:30 Thursday morning, State Police say a Hyundai Sonata flipped in the left lane of the Pennsylvania Turnpike westbound between the Morgantown I-176 exit and the Lancaster-Reading Route 222 exit. […]

  • Future of Japanese Barberry shrub could be on chopping block in PA

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Japanese Barberry is known as a hardy, easy to plant shrub this is resistant to disease, insects and deer. However, forestry experts like David Jackson with Penn State Extension said the reasons to like the shrub for landscaping are also bad for it’s surroundings. The Japanese Barberry is considered to have “invasive characteristics,” meaning it spreads rapidly and displaces other plants native to Pennsylvania. Jackson said it’s resilience against natural controls, like disease and insects, is […]

  • Commission chairman proposes new inmate re-entry coordinator position for Lancaster County

    LANCASTER, Pa. — The question of what to do with prisoner re-entry services in Lancaster County moves toward another solution. Previously, the county Community Action Partnership’s request for a proposal (RFP) was denied. The led to a request for proposal of a county partnership with GEO Group, a for-profit inmate rehabilitation company. After some residents expressed concerns and criticism of the plan, the commission is moving to an “in-house” idea. Commission Chairman Josh Parson proposed creating a county re-entry program […]

  • PennDOT starts smoothing projects along Interstate 81 and 83

    YORK, Pa. — Delays are coming for drivers taking Interstate 83 in York County or Interstate 81 in Cumberland County. On Monday, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced the start of smoothing projects as part of Governor Wolf’s “Repaving Pennsylvania” initiative. The primary goal is to get rid of potholes, concrete crack and other problems on the interstates. On Interstate 83 for the next two weeks, three on and off ramps York County will go under repairs. Milling and re-paving […]

  • Lancaster officer will not face disciplinary action following tasing incident

    LANCASTER, Pa. — On Friday, Mayor Danene Sorace addressed a spotlight hanging above the city, A viral video last Thursday shows an incident involving a Lancaster police officer using a taser to subdue 27-year old Sean Williams. Authorities say Williams wasn’t complying with their orders while advocates say conflicting orders led to an unnecessary use of force. Mayor Sorace says the officer involved will not be fired or suspended for the incident. “The preliminary findings of the investigation are that […]