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  • York in top 20 for most dangerous cities

    According to one survey, York ranks higher than Baltimore on a list of the top most dangerous cities in the U.S.  Neighborhood Scout ranks York 18th.  Baltimore is 27th most dangerous and Harrisburg is 30th on the list. Sarasota, Florida is at the bottom of the list of 100. To see the complete list click here.

  • Nuclear gauge falls off truck on I-81

    The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and West Virginia state officials are searching for a missing portable gauge containing sealed sources of radioactive material that was lost in West Virginia on May 3, and are asking anyone with information on the missing gauge to report it to DEP. “It is critical for anyone who has information about the lost nuclear gauge to contact the Pennsylvania DEP, Nuclear Regulatory Commission or a local law enforcement agency […]

  • Vote for Zeke as Top Hero Dog

    Zeke, the Harrisburg Police K9 shot in the line of duty, is up for a national award.  The 2013 American Humane Association has a contest for its Hero Dog Awards.  Zeke is one of 15 dogs up for the award.  In March, police were trying to capture a man who allegedly stabbed and shot someone.  When he fled into the woods, Zeke was called in to track him down.  The suspect shot him in the neck. Even after being shot, […]

  • Suspicious Package at Walmart in York County

    Police have taped off a large section of the parking lot outside Walmart on E. Market Street in Springettsbury Township, York County.  State Police were called in after a report of a suspicious package.  The call came around 11 a.m. Thursday.   Fox43 will continue updating this story as details become available and will have more on Fox43 News at 6pm.

  • Some Turnpike tolls waived

    The Pa. Turnpike Commission is assisting PennDOT in managing traffic during an emergency closure of Interstate 81 near Harrisburg as work is completed on an overhead bridge damaged by fire this morning. Starting at 4 p.m. today, the Pa. Turnpike (I-76) will waive tolls for trips entering at the Harrisburg East Interchange (#247) and exiting at the Carlisle Interchange (#226) and also for trips entering at Carlisle and exiting Harrisburg East. The free passage will pertain to all vehicle classes, […]

  • Moms with 3 kids are most stressed

    A new study is shedding some light on how stressful being a parent can be.  It says the most stressed out moms are those with three kids while the least stressed have four or more children.  Money was their top concern along with balancing work and home life.  Stressed out mothers also complain their husbands act like another child. 60% of the women surveyed say they don’t have enough time to do everything they need to get done.  60% also […]

  • Spit clean your infant’s pacifier to avoid allergies

    A new study finds that parents who put their child’s pacifier in their own mouth before giving it to the infant may help kick-start their youngster’s developing immune system.  Researchers found that parents who did this reported fewer cases of eczema and asthma in their children. For more details on this study click here.

  • Scientists discover how to reverse gray hair

    There may be a way to reverse gray hair without using hair dye.  European researchers say the gray is caused by an accumulation of hydrogen peroxide in the hair follicle that causes the hair to bleach itself.   European scientists developed a sunlight activated topical compound that they say returns hair to its natural color. The treatment was also successful in treating a skin pigmentation condition called vitiligo. To read more about the discovery click here.

  • 50% ground turkey sampled had fecal bacteria

    In a first ever lab test, more than half of ground turkey bought at grocery stores, tested positive for fecal bacteria.  In addition, 90% of the samples had one or more of 5 bacteria researchers identified.  Adding to their concern, nearly all of the diseases found were resistant to antibiotics used to fight them. Consumer Reports published the study.  Read it here.

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