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Plane crashes into vehicle while trying to land at Lebanon County airport

PALMYRA, Pa. — Authorities are investigating after a plane struck a vehicle while it was trying to land at an airport in Lebanon County on Saturday morning. The unidentified pilot of the single-engine Luscombe 8A was trying to land the plane at Reigle Field Airport in Palmyra around 9:40 a.m. when he struck a vehicle, said the Federal Aviation Administration.
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Abortion advocates hold protest in Lancaster

LANCASTER, Pa. — In the aftermath of the decision to overrule Roe vs. Wade, hundreds of people gathered at Musser Park in Lancaster for a protest. “When I woke up this morning, I didn’t think we’d have to deal with our rights getting stripped away already," said Ruby Mundok, a protester.
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Man files lawsuit against Lower Paxton Township over police dog bites

DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — A Dauphin County resident is suing Lower Paxton Township after a police dog was unleashed in his home and bit him during an arrest last year. Justin Ashely, 31, is accusing several Lower Paxton police officers of using excessive force. A police dog allegedly bit his arm and chewed on his leg during the arrest, the lawsuit states.

Roe v. Wade reversal raises stakes in Pa. governor race

HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade has sent shockwaves through Pennsylvania politics and raised the stakes for upcoming elections. Democrats will likely make the issue central to several races, including for Pennsylvania governor and U.S. Senator for Pennsylvania. Many are painting the gubernatorial...

Scam Alert: How to spot them and what to do

CARLISLE, Pa. — Carlisle Police have seen an uptick in scam and fraud cases over the past month. These recent scams have involved warrant and bail scams and overcharging of service claims. Scammers will often call a victim posing as a relative or an attorney of a relative, police...

Over one million dollars announced to support Green Infrastructure Projects

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Over one million dollars has been pledged to 13 green infrastructure projects spanning across Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. The Chesapeake Bay Trust, in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection announced on Friday that $1,058,720 in funding has been awarded to the projects.

With accounts flush, budget talks come down to schools aid

HARRISBURG, Pa. — With a week to go until the state's budget deadline, Gov. Tom Wolf and leaders of the Republican-controlled Legislature are working through their remaining differences as they try to produce an agreement on a roughly $42 billion budget plan that they say will marshal substantial new aid for Pennsylvania’s public schools and environmental cleanups while cutting corporate taxes.

Transport yourself back in time in local Strasburg | Travel Smart

STRASBURG, Pa. — Inflation has been driving the price of nearly everything in recent weeks and months, travel included. A recent poll conducted by consumer financial services company, Bankrate, showed seven of every ten Americans were considering changing summer travel plans due to inflation and the cost of a trip being too high. That's why we're showing you destinations in your own backyard that you can get to with a tank of gas or less.

Reactions from the Roe v. Wade decision across Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Reactions from Pa. leaders poor in after the Supreme Court decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade. Governor Tom Wolf released the following statement, highlighting that "elections matter." First and most importantly, it is critical that everyone understands that abortion services are available and unharmed in...

Local leaders promoting firework safety

HARRISBURG, Pa. — With Independence Day less than two weeks away, local leaders joined safety advocates at the National Civil War Museum to promote the safe use of fireworks during the holiday. Pennsylvania's Acting State Fire Commissioner Charles McGarvey says residents need to remember that fireworks are not toys.