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  • York project seeks to fight violence with science

    Police and prosecutors are teaming up with York College of Pennsylvania to fight violence with science. A grant is funding research into violent group crimes to curb issues in the city of York. “What may cause you to involve yourself in violence as a root cause may not be the same root cause for him,” said York City Police Chief Troy Bankert. The grant will also fund a specialized group violence intervention prosecutor to handle cases from pre-charging through disposition […]

  • Democrats pick candidate Michael Schroeder for special election race to fill Mike Folmer’s vacated state Senate seat

    Democrats have chosen environmental advocate Michael Schroeder to take on republican Lebanon County District Attorney David Arnold in the race to fill the state Senate seat formerly held by Mike Folmer. Folmer was arrested in September on child pornography charges. The 48th State Senatorial District includes Lebanon, Dauphin and York counties. Schroeder of Annville told FOX43 climate change is his key issue. He released this statement, “In Pennsylvania we stand at a pivotal moment in our history, especially in terms […]

  • Hallam borough debates future of police coverage for community

    Hallam borough continues to debate the future of its police coverage as it works to strike a deal with Hellam Township. “In my opinion, it’s the most important issue we’re facing right now,” said Mayor Glenn Wascovich of Hallam. He added, “There’s this conversation that some people want to have about, you know, the state police. They have good response times. They’re doing the best they can. But, quite frankly, the state police were not designed to do what our […]

  • Lebanon County court responds to ACLU lawsuit that could head to PA Supreme Court over medical marijuana policy

    The 52nd Judicial District has responded to a lawsuit filed over its policy that stops people on probation from using medical marijuana, even if they have a card. The response was filed as the case is transferred to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for consideration. FOX43’s Jamie Bittner broke the story on Melissa Gass, who is on probation in Lebanon County and who lives with epilepsy. She has joined Ashley Bennett and Andrew Koch in the lawsuit filed on behalf of […]

  • Lancaster County pushes to curb drug-trafficking and overdose deaths

    Lancaster County is working to battle back against drug-trafficking with enforcement, in addition to education. The Lancaster County Drug Task Force recently gave a presentation to a group of area educators and school resource officers at the Lancaster-Lebanon IU13 building on New Holland Avenue. K9 Bear, a chocolate lab trained in detecting narcotics, joined the presentation. Lancaster County lists this, among the chief takeaways: 1. 95% of heroin found in Lancaster County contains fentanyl Fentanyl is cheaper and is more […]

  • Helicopter removes wreckage of crashed plane from the Susquehanna River

    The wreckage of a plane that crash-landed in the Susquehanna River has been removed from the water by a helicopter, more than a week after the accident happened. Anglin Aircraft Recovery Services, LLC in Clayton, Delaware organized the recovery. The small single-engine plane went into the Susquehanna River October 4th after landing short of a runway at Harrisburg International Airport (HIA), according to Scott Miller, a spokesperson for the airport. Two people survived the crash. Londonderry Fire Co. helped transport […]

  • Plane that crash-landed in the Susquehanna River may be removed Wednesday

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — On Wednesday afternoon, crews hope to attempt to remove the plane that crash-landed in the Susquehanna River near Middletown, Dauphin County. Anglin Aircraft Recovery Services, LLC in Clayton, Delaware confirms for FOX43 that a helicopter could attempt to recover the wreckage Wednesday afternoon depending on the weather. “The only thing I’m worried about is the weather,” said JJ Anglin, President of the company. “That it may be delayed again, that’s my only concern,” she added. The […]

  • Corrective actions laid out for Wellspan York Hospital following death of ER patient

    The Pennsylvania Department of Health has outlined plans of correction for Wellspan York Hospital after a patient died after being left unattended, the report said, for more than an hour on August 16. The report said after arrival at 9:59, the patient was placed in a wheelchair from the ambulance stretcher and was put in the waiting room by EMS. The timeline of the report shows the patient underwent triage at 10:13 and had a sepsis screening and their vital […]

  • Solar project in Adams County has some homeowners worried about their new potential neighbors

    Martin Munoz of Straban Township is worried that his new next door neighbors could be solar panels. He lives on Hunterstown Hampton Road. But, his Adams County neighborhood isn’t alone in possibly welcoming the solar panels in the near future. Multiple properties across the county are considering adding the panels. “The fence would be right there, 50 feet from my mailbox,” said Munoz. He added, “when I look out across the street from my house, that’s what I’m going to […]

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