The state budget deadline is tonight at 11:59 p.m.
This morning lawmakers will continue trying to come up with a deal. Right now there are two different plans, a House and a Senate version.
Harrisburg police are investigating an armed robbery.
It happened around 3 a.m. on the 2000 block of North Second Street. Police say the suspect had a weapon and robbed a cab driver. The driver was not hurt.
Protesters came to last night’s Harrisburg City County meeting.
Saying the city needs to do more to be compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act. The protesters want to see the city hire or appoint a person to serve as an ADA coordinator, to make sure buildings and sidewalks are compliant.
Going on vacation? Don’t post about it on Facebook!
Police say posting your vacation plans on social media is an open invitation for burglars to come and visit your home. We have tips to keep you and your family safe while you’re on vacation.
As we gear up for Independence Day, what do you need to know about fireworks?
Under current state law, Pennsylvania residents are not allowed to buy or ignite fireworks without a permit unless they are ground-based, like sparklers. If you’re looking for a place to watch one of the many fireworks shows across central Pennsylvania, click here.