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A Digital Content Producer, Keith Schweigert joins the FOX43 staff after spending more than two decades as a print journalist, editor and videographer in Lancaster County.

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Recent Articles
  • Coroner: 79-year-old York County man killed by falling tree

    YORK COUNTY — Update: The 79-year-old man has been identified as Ray Cooley, of Paradise Township, the York County Coroner’s Office says. Previous: A 79-year-old Paradise Township man was killed Wednesday morning when the tree he was cutting split, causing a portion of it to fall on him, according to the York County Coroner’s Office. The incident happened around 12:25 p.m. in a wooded area on the 1900 block of Ridge Road in Washington Township, according to the York County […]

  • First trailer for Season 3 of ‘Stranger Things’ debuts online

    The first full trailer for Season 3 of “Stranger Things” is finally here — and it will have you wishing it was already July. Netflix dropped a nearly three-minute trailer for the upcoming season that’s full of so many pop-culture references to 1985 it’ll have you feeling totally nostalgic if you’re an ’80s baby. The next season premieres July 4. The trailer immediately sets the mood with Mötley Crüe’s 1985 song, “Home Sweet Home,” and signals that a year has passed […]

  • EXCELLENT!! Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter announce they’re filming a new ‘Bill & Ted’ movie

    Most excellent news for supporters of the “everything old is new again” trend in Hollywood: Bill and Ted are making a new movie. Hammerstone Studios on Wednesday announced that production will begin this summer on a third installment of the “Bill & Ted” franchise, with Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter set to reprise their roles as the duo of metalhead slackers. The stars confirmed the news in a video. “It is all because of you guys, and so we owe […]

  • Police: Couple conspired to attack woman’s ex-boyfriend with a baseball bat in Lancaster County

    QUARRYVILLE, Lancaster County — A Delaware man is facing aggravated assault and conspiracy charges after police say he attacked his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend with a baseball bat during an incident outside a Quarryville bar last month. The woman was also charged with conspiracy to commit aggravated assault in the incident, according to Quarryville Police. Jeffrey Mays, 54, of Delaware, and Wendy Miller, 54, of Quarryville, were arrested separately on Monday, police say. They are charged with conspiring to attack Miller’s ex-boyfriend […]

  • Sickman’s Mill tubing business will not open for second straight summer due to debris in river

    LANCASTER COUNTY — Sickman’s Mill, the popular Lancaster County river tubing and event venue, will not be available for tubing in the Pequea Creek for the summer, the business announced last week on its Facebook page. It’s the second straight summer that there will be no tubing at the Conestoga Township business, owners Erik and Trina Armstrong told LancasterOnline. A large amount of debris — brought on by last summer’s heavy rains and flooding — have made the river impassable […]

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    Police investigating suspected bomb threat at Harley Davidson plant in York

    YORK COUNTY — Police are investigating a bomb threat at the Harley-Davidson plant in Springettsbury Township, according to emergency dispatch. Several units are on the scene. There is no word on whether they’ve found anything. The plant was evacuated for the day. Update: 2:30 p.m. The plant released the following statement Wednesday afternoon: Harley-Davidson contacted local police to investigate a bomb threat. In the interest of employee safety— which is always our highest priority — we have evacuated all employees […]

  • Columbia man charged in connection to overdose death of Middletown woman

    DAUPHIN COUNTY — A 32-year-old Lancaster County man is being charged in connection to the overdose death of a Middletown woman last week, police say. Joseph A. Tozer, of the 600 block of Charelle Drive, Columbia, is charged with murder by delivery of drugs, delivery of a controlled substance, and criminal use of a communication facility, according to Middletown Police. He is accused of providing the drugs used by Carla Nelson, 47, of Middletown, who died of a drug overdose […]

  • Sinkhole closes street in Ephrata Borough

    LANCASTER COUNTY — Public works crews in Ephrata are investigating the cause of an apparent sinkhole that closed Henn Avenue Monday morning. The hole was discovered around 7:45 p.m., according to Ephrata Police. Henn Avenue is closed from Niss Avenue to Rothsville Road while members of the Ephrata Borough Public Works Department address the void. The sinkhole has had no effect on utilities, according to police.

  • Police: Suspects used baby carriage to help steal items from Polo store in Lancaster County

    LANCASTER COUNTY — Police in East Lampeter Township are seeking help in identifying two retail theft suspects accused of using a baby carriage to help them steal items from the Polo store at Tanger Outlets Tuesday night. According to police, the suspects entered the store, located on the 300 block of Tanger Drive, at about 7:20 p.m.. They were pushing a baby carriage covered with a blanket, police say. The suspects allegedly stole merchandise by concealing it in the carriage, […]

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