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  • Virginia school covered with anti-Semitic, threatening messages; community shares fear

    HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — More than a hundred parents, students and community members assembled outside the front entrance of Godwin High School for a vigil after “messages of hate” were discovered over the weekend. Hateful words sprayed on to Mills Godwin High are now gone, but people in the community are still in disbelief and saddened that messages of hate showed up in big red letters. School officials said a “significant amount” of vandalism, including graffiti that “depicted a violent […]

  • Third grader hit, killed while waiting for school bus in North Carolina

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — A 3rd-grade girl was killed when she was hit by a Jeep in Randolph County Monday morning, North Carolina Highway Patrol said. Just before 7 a.m., a 2014 Jeep Wrangler was headed south on Whites Memorial Road. Two girls were standing on the side of the road in the 1400 block. Troopers believe that one of the girls, Ayanna Ja’nae Jimenez Crump, ran into the road where she was hit by the Jeep, according to WGHP. […]

  • Woman beaten to death with Bird scooter in California

    LONG BEACH, Calif. – A person of interest is in custody after a woman was beaten to death in Southern California with an electric scooter Monday afternoon. The incident was reported about 12:30 p.m. in the 6400 block of Obispo Avenue in Long Beach, Shaunna Dandoy, a spokesperson for the Long Beach Police Department, told KTLA. The victim was walking east toward Obsipo Avenue and 64th Street when a person, described only as a black male, began physically assaulting her. A bystander […]

  • Governor Wolf orders flags to Half-Staff honoring local Marines

    Governor Tom Wolf has ordered the United States and Commonwealth flags on all Commonwealth facilities, public buildings and grounds in Pennsylvania to fly at half-staff until sunset on Sunday, April 14, to honor three U.S. Marines who died in the line of duty. Maj. Matthew M. Wiegand, a Horsham native, died March 30 in a helicopter crash at Yuma Air Station, Arizona, during a training mission. Sgt. Benjamin S. Hines, of York, and Staff Sgt. Christopher Slutman, a New York […]

  • Nor’Easter: Beast of the Northeast – PODCAST

    YORK  — A “Nor’easter” is a particular type of storm known for its potency and potential for devastation. From Harrisburg to Lebanon, from Lancaster to York, from Gettysburg to Carlisle and beyond, these storms can dump feet of snow on Pennsylvania and cause havoc for days on end. FOX43 WPMT Chief Meteorologist MaryEllen Pann and FOX43 Meteorologist Bradon Long plus meteorologists, forecasters and weather experts from four other Tribune Media owned television stations, discuss the history, the impact, and the […]

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    Deadline to sign-up for York St. Patrick’s Day Parade extended

    YORK, Pa. – The deadline to register for York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade entries has been extended to Friday, February 22 from the original deadline date of Monday, February 18, 2019. The 36th Annual York Saint Patrick’s Day Parade will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2019. The route is along Market Street in downtown York. Entry fees are $25 for non-profit organizations, clubs, individuals and family groups. Commercial and political entries have $100 fees.  Entry fees are waived for […]

  • FOX43 wins Three Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Awards

    YORK,  Pa – FOX43 WPMT has been honored with three wins in the 2019 Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Awards of Excellence  in Broadcasting Competition. Matt Maisel, Drew Szala and Lyndsay Barna won in the Outstanding Television Feature Story/Report/Series category for two stories in a series on returning war medals to those that won the medals. Ali Bradley won for Outstanding Television Feature Story/Report/Series for her story, “A Pretzel and a Smile”, about a young lady giving out samples at Auntie Anne’s Pretzels. Todd […]

  • Snowstorm forces hundreds of students to sleep in New Jersey schools

    WEST ORANGE, N.J. — A snowstorm that caused chaos for commuters Thursday also left more than two hundred students stranded in New Jersey schools overnight. School buses were unable to get to schools in West Orange, forcing the district to keep the children overnight into Friday. Administrators and teachers played host to kids at eight West Orange public schools, including a preschool, who couldn’t get home. Liberty Middle School housed the most students, with about 25 teachers looking after about 100 […]

  • Five $50,000 Powerball tickets in PA

    PA LOTTERY – Before the Powerball® jackpot rolled to an estimated $750 million annuity value, or $428.6 million cash prize, five Pennsylvania Lottery Powerball tickets worth $50,000 each were sold for the Wednesday, October 24, drawing. The five tickets matched four of the five white balls drawn, 03-21-45-53-56, and the red Powerball, 22, to win the $50,000 prize, less applicable withholding. Those tickets were sold at: -Speedway, 486 Fishing Creek Road, Etters, York County. -Giant Food Store, 1465 W. Broad […]

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