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  • Eagles quarterback Nick Foles will be in Harrisburg next week signing copies of his new book

    HARRISBURG — Attention, Philly fans: Nick Foles is coming to the midstate. The Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback and Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl LII will appear at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore on 1302 N. 3rd Street in Harrisburg next Friday. He will be signing copies of his new book, “Believe It: My Journey of Success, Failure, and Overcoming the Odds,” from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Foles, as Eagles fans gleefully remember, took over the starting job under center late […]

  • Treasurer of York Suburban’s Dollars for Scholars program was charged with theft of $16,237 from program’s account in February, records show

    YORK — The treasurer of the York Suburban School District’s Dollars for Scholars program was charged with the theft of more than $16,000 from the program’s bank account earlier this year, FOX43 has learned. Abey S. Drew, 38, of the 600 block of Colonial Ave., was charged with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property on Feb. 1, according to a criminal complaint filed by Spring Garden Township Police. Court documents show she was arraigned on April 13 and […]

  • Winning Powerball ticket from Luzerne County worth $100,000 is set to expire on July 15

    MIDDLETOWN — If you happened to purchase a Powerball ticket in Drums, Luzerne County last July, you might want to check it again. A $100,000-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Powerball with Powerplay ticket sold at a Fuel On convenience store on Butler Drive in Drums on July 15, 2017 is set to expire if not claimed soon, the Pennsylvania Lottery said Friday. The winning ticket matched four of the five white balls drawn — 09, 40, 63, 64 and 66 — and […]

  • Lower Paxton Township man arrested for burning child in his care

    DAUPHIN COUNTY — A Lower Paxton Township man was arrested Wednesday after police say a child in his care sustained severe burns from scalding. Bradley Alger, 34, was charged with aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child. He is being held at Dauphin County Prison on $7,500 bail, according to Lower Paxton Township Police. Dauphin County Children and Youth Services and the Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office assisted with the investigation.

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    Ready for some fireworks? Here’s where to see them in Central Pennsylvania around Independence Day

    There’s certainly no shortage of places to go and see fireworks in Central Pennsylvania around Independence Day. Beginning on Friday, June 29 with Celebrate Lancaster, and running through July 7 at some locations, the skies above the midstate will be alight with pyrotechnics. Here’s a  list of some of the fireworks displays planned in Adams, Dauphin, Cumberland, Lancaster, Lebanon and York Counties. If your community’s event is missing, please send us a tip at news@fox43.com. ADAMS COUNTY GETTYSBURG When: July […]

  • Delta’s new policy banning ‘pit bull-type dogs’ as service or emotional support animals on flights draws ire

    Delta Airlines announced Wednesday that it is banning “pit bull-type dogs” used as service or emotional support animals from joining their owners on flights, according to Business Insider. The new restrictions to the airline company’s support animal policy, which also includes a new limit of one emotional support animal per customer, goes into effect on July 10, Business Insider says. The announcement comes after several incidents involving defecation or urination by animals on Delta flights, and complaints by Delta flight […]

  • Lancaster man sentenced for slashing child’s throat, stuffing her in backpack during kidnapping

    LANCASTER — A 37-year-old Lancaster man was sentenced Thursday to a 26- to 52-year prison term for slashing his infant daughter’s throat during a kidnapping attempt in 2014, according to the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office. David W. Sleets was convicted in April of attempted murder and related charges in connection to the Nov. 11, 2014 incident, which began on East Frederick Street and ended in the Lancaster General Hospital parking lot. Sleets kidnapped the child, slashed her neck, and […]

  • Listen: York-based Live releases ‘Love Lounge,’ its first song in more than a decade with the original lineup

    Live, the York-based quartet that rocketed to stardom in the 1990s, debuted its first new song in more than a decade with its original lineup Thursday on Rolling Stone magazine’s website. Go here to listen to the song, which debuted exclusively on RollingStone.com. “Love Lounge,” featuring the return to the lineup of former lead singer Ed Kowalczyk, will appear on the band’s upcoming album, which has yet to be titled. Kowalczyk, guitarist Chad Taylor, bassist Patrick Dahlheimer and drummer Chad […]

  • Gov. Tom Wolf’s mother, Cornelia Rohlman Westerman Wolf, dies at age 94

    HARRISBURG — Cornelia Rohlman Westerman Wolf, the mother of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, died Thursday in her Mt. Wolf home at age 94, the Wolf administration announced. “My mother’s strength anchored our family, and we are heartened that many Pennsylvanians were able to experience her spirit and joy in these last few years,” said Wolf in a statement. “Our family will deeply miss my mother, but we know our remembrance of her will bring us comfort during this difficult time.” […]