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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
  • Debate follows addition of “gaming disorder” as a mental health condition

    LANCASTER, P.A. — Can spending too much time playing in the video game world be considered a health hazard? The World Health Organization thinks it can. “Gaming disorder” can now be found in its International Classification of Diseases, or ICD. It’s a moment Elizabeth Woolley, founder of On-Line Gamers Anonymous, has been waiting for. “This is what we’ve been praying for, this is what we’ve been working for…To get help for people who want it,” said Woolley. She started the […]

  • ESports boot camp helps high school gamers develop skills

    HARRISBURG, P.A. — This fall, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology will unleash its newly-founded varsity ESports team. In the meantime, it’s never too early to start training potential future athletes. This is week, the university is hosting its first immersion boot camp for high schoolers. That includes students in Pennsylvania, as well as neighboring states such as New York and Maryland. Geoff Wang, head coach of the Harrisburg University ESports team, said they’re looking for students to set goals […]

  • Health experts warn of drowning prevention as the heat kicks in

    LANCASTER, P.A. — A recent tragedy involving the family of U.S. Olympic skier Bode Miller is telling an all too familiar story to health experts. Miller’s 19-month old drowned to death after falling into a pool. As it’s starting to heat up in central Pennsylvania, health experts are trying to warn parents to be safe around the water. Dr. Michael Reihart with Penn Health-Lancaster General Health said drowning is the second most common cause of death for children between the […]

  • Lawmakers, officials brainstorm ideas for curtailing spread of CWD

    HARRISBURG, P.A. — Chronic Wasting Disease continues to pop up across the commonwealth. Last week, three deer from two farms, including one in Lancaster County, tested positive for the incurable and always fatal brain disease. That brings the total to 49 deer in Pennsylvania since the disease was first found in Adams County in 2012. Jarrid Barry, president of the Pennsylvania Deer Farmers Association, said he believes their members receive unfair blame for the spread. He said their farmers abide […]

  • Surveillance cameras play crucial role in Lancaster arson investigation

    LANCASTER, P.A. — Authorities say they reviewed several dozens of hours of surveillance footage leading up to their first arrest in the city hall arson investigation. Dwain London, Jr, 29, was arrested Monday evening for his alleged role in setting intentional fires at city hall on May 23. Lancaster Bureau of Police officials credited surveillance footage from the Lancaster Safety Coalition, along with other private cameras, in piecing together their investigation. The Safety Coalition has 170 cameras throughout the city, […]

  • Advocates push for statute of limitations reform as grand jury report looms

    HARRISBURG, P.A. — Survivors of childhood sexual abuse and advocated rallied Tuesday, pushing for reforms of the commonwealth statute of limitation rules. Currently in Pennsylvania, someone who was sexually abused before their eighteenth birthday has until they’re 30-years old to file a civil suit. The age limit for a person to bring forward a criminal case is 50-years old. House Bill 612 proposes to eliminate the criminal statute of limitations while providing a two-year window of opportunity for anyone seeking […]

  • Authorities make arrest in arson at Lancaster City Hall

    LANCASTER, P.A. — UPDATE: Police have made an arrest in the arson at Lancaster City Hall. Authorities have charged Dwain London, Jr. with terrorism, arson, reckless burning or exploding, institutional vandalism and conspiracy after he was accused of starting a fire that damaged the doors of City Hall and a city vehicle. BREAKING: An arrest in made in an arson at Lancaster City Hall. Dwain London Jr. is accused of starting a fire that damaged the doors of City Hall and a city vehicle. […]

  • Restoration efforts continue after May arson at Lancaster City Hall

    LANCASTER, P.A. — On May 23, authorities say two fires, believed to have been started intentionally, damaged the front entrance to city hall and a city-owned vehicle. Since, Mayor Danene Sorace said they’ve been trying to figure out what happens next for the building. “It’s the gift that keeps on giving…in a bad way,” said Sorace. Plywood currently serves as a band-aid for the front entrance. Sorace said they’ve tried everything they can to restore the doors. “Unfortunately, they cannot…So […]

  • Lancaster County police departments connect with data-sharing program

    LANCASTER COUNTY, P.A. — When police make contact with someone, whether they be a suspect, witness, or bystander, they collect information about that person. In Lancaster County, District Attorney Craig Stedman said that info has been a bit scattered. He said, due to money and other restraints, police departments are using between six to eight different record management systems. “With that comes inherent dysfunction. Not by design, just because the systems aren’t compatible,” said Stedman. With grant and federal forfeiture […]