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  • Pa. Attorney General asks Trump Administration to end family separations

    HARRISBURG, Pa.– Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is among 21 Attorneys General calling on United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to end a “zero tolerance” policy that has resulted in children being separated from their parents at the U.S.- Mexico border. Shapiro joined 21 top state prosecutors by sending a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Tuesday, calling the policy inhumane and draconian. The letter raises […]

  • Man hit while changing tire along I-81 earlier this month dies

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.– UPDATE (April 24, 2018):  A West Virginia man and Washington D.C. Firefighter has died after being struck by a vehicle while changing a tire on Interstate 81 earlier this month. Robert Marshall, 57, succumbed to his injuries, according to D.C. Fire and EMS’s Facebook page. State police said that a water tank truck had struck Marshall on April 13 while he was changing a tire along Interstate 81 near Carlisle.   PREVIOUSLY: Police have released the name of the […]

  • Propane leak forces evacuation at West Cocalico egg supplier; leak now reportedly under control

    Update, 3:45 p.m.: The gas leak is reportedly under control, according to Ephrata Police. Her unified command, incident under control. Gas leak stopped. Minimal Crew to remain on scene for a short time. — Ephrata Police Dept. (@EphrataPD) March 29, 2018 Original Story: WEST COCALICO TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.–A propane leak has prompted an evacuation of an egg facility in Lancaster County. Emergency crews responded around 12:57 p.m. to Sauder Eggs located along the 700 block of Schoeneck Road in […]

  • Fire damages Bulova building in Lancaster city

    LANCASTER — Thick smoke could be seen for several blocks after a fire broke out at the Bulova building in Lancaster City on Wednesday. Crews responded to the 100 block of North Queen Street, near East Orange Street shortly before 12 p.m. The building was under construction when the blaze broke out. Lancaster City Fire Captain Todd Hutchinson says the fire started while a contractor was removing an air handler from the roof of the building. Contractors were using a […]

  • 3 arrested during drug raid in Harrisburg

      HARRISBURG, Pa.– Three people were arrested last week in Harrisburg during a drug raid along the 2100 block of Market Street. Police say the March 7 raid targeted a  home which was identified as a drug house. Rachel Godbee, 34, who had active warrants out for failing to appear for court hearings in Cumberland and Dauphin counties, was charged with possession of firearm prohibited, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and prohibited offensive weapons. Investigators say Godbee was […]

  • Arrest made in West Hanover Township home invasion

    WEST HANOVER TOWNSHIP,  DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.–A man accused of committing an armed home invasion and robbery in Dauphin County after failing to return to a work-release center in February was arrested last week in the Philadelphia area, according to state police reports. Vincent Crockenberg, 25, is facing several charges including burglary, aggravated assault, robbery, receiving stolen property,  criminal trespass, possession of firearm prohibited, false imprisonment and simple assault. Crockenberg is accused of breaking into a home along the 7200 block […]

  • Camp Hill Middle School student accused of making ‘threatening posts’

    CAMP HILL, Pa.–A Camp Hill middle school student is facing charges after authorities say she created a fake Instagram account in order to make threatening posts. District administrators and Camp Hill Police Department were notified Thursday of an inappropriate post from a fictitious Instagram account. The post prompted an increase in police presence at the middle school. Police say that at no time during the investigation were students or staff in any danger. The unidentified female student will be charged […]

  • Employee injured in explosion at Advanced Cooling Technologies

    LANCASTER, Pa.–An employee at Advanced Cooling Technologies in Lancaster was injured Friday after an explosion. Emergency crews responded to the facility located along the 1000 block of New Holland Avenue around 10:45 a.m. Investigators say a glass tube on a machine the employee was working on exploded, injuring the employee. The person was taken to Lancaster General Hospital for treatment. No one else was hurt. The business is a thermal energy company located in Burle Industrial Park.

  • Thieves target mailboxes in Upper Allen Township

      UPPER ALLEN TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.–Police are looking for suspects after several people living in Upper Allen Township reported items were stolen from their mailboxes earlier this week. The thieves targeted numerous neighborhoods including the Bowmans Hill Development, and homes along Spring Run Road, Broadwell Lane, Rolling Hills Drive and Round Ridge Drive. The suspects were described as a black male and female who were seen driving around in a black sedan. Police released a photograph of the suspects […]