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  • York County man dies 3 days after motorcycle crash

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. – A man involved in a motorcycle crash last week has died from his injuries. The York County Coroner says 48-year-old John Kauffman, of Dillsburg, died at York Hospital at approximately 1:52 a.m. on Tuesday. Kauffman was airlifted to the hospital with head injuries late Friday night. According to PSP,  Kauffman was traveling north on SR 194/Baltimore Pike when he approached the E. Lake Meade Dr. intersection and lost control of his motorcycle while trying to negotiate […]

  • 18-year-old injured in Lancaster County shooting

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — Police say an 18-year-old male is injured after a shooting Monday night. Authorities say it happened around 7:46 p.m. in the 400 block of Dohner Drive in East Lampeter Township. That’s where police found the victim suffering from a gun shot wound. EMS transported him to the hospital where he is listed in serious but stable condition. Investigators believe this shooting was not a random act. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 717-291-4676. […]

  • Fire rips through Horse Tack Shop in Adams County

    ADAMS COUNTY, Pa. – Firefighters responded to the scene of a horse tack shop where a fire broke out Thursday night. 911 Dispatch tells FOX43 that flames broke out around 10:50 p.m. at a commercial building on Cashman Road near Five Points Rd. in Tyrone Township. According to Chief Dwayne Keene of the Heidlersburg Fire Company, the fire started on the first floor of the shop and made its way to the second floor before ultimately pushing through the roof. […]

  • Firefighters respond to barn fire in Franklin County

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa. – Crews responded to the scene of an overnight barn fire in Franklin County. 911 Dispatch tells FOX43 that the fire started around midnight on Goshorn Road in Fannett Township. It’s unclear if anyone was injured or if any animals were inside the barn at the time of the fire. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

  • Be Well: Love yourself challenge workout

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. – It’s time to Be Well on this Friday! Today, Liz Riehm from Fit Club in York stopped by the FOX43 Studio.  She’s showing us a workout full of L.O.V.E. LYC: love your core. L: leg lowers O: oblique crunch V: V ups E: extended crunch Check it out in the link above. For more information on Fit Club click here.

  • Lancaster County business hosts ‘love your pet’ event

    LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa – That Fish Place, That Pet Place in East Hempfield Township hosted their 4th annual ‘Love Your Pet’ event over the weekend. Pets off all shapes and sizes got to indulge in a day of pampering.  There were also lots of treats on hand! Organizers say it’s a great opportunity for people and their pets to bond with other animal lovers. Event Organizer, Kisha Reinmiller says, “I love seeing the variety of animals we see come in here.  […]

  • Be Well: Winding down from a stressful day

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. – Winding down from a stressful day is important.  Not just for your body, but for your overall wellness. Today on FOX43 Morning News, Mindy Quesenberry from My Fitness Quest in York stopped by for our weekly Be Well segment to discuss what moves can have you feeling refreshed and recharged.  She also brought along a friend to help! My Fitness Quest is located on 970 S. George Street.  For more information, click here.

  • Police investigating homicide of elderly woman in Adams County

    HUNTINGTON TWP., Pa. – Police in Adams County are investigating a homicide. On Wednesday, officers responded to a home on Peach Glen Idaville Rd. for a welfare check. That’s when they say they found 87-year-old Virginia Barbour dead inside the house. Through an investigation, it was revealed that someone gained entry to the home and then fled the scene. State Police say if anyone has any information on this incident or knows of suspicious behavior in the area to contact […]

  • Three people displaced after two-alarm fire in Harrisburg

    Harrisburg, PA – Firefighters responded to the scene of a two-alarm fire at a duplex Thursday. Crews were called to the home on the 1900 block of Berryhill Street around 9:30 p.m. The Red Cross chapter of Greater PA posted on twitter that they assisted one adult and two children who were displaced by the fire. No injuries were reported. The cause is under investigation.

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