Sludge still covered part of Wood Street in Middletown on Monday. It was left behind after remarkable flooding the night before.
Police in Dauphin County have an active arrest warrant for a man wanted on several felony sexual assault charges.
Criminal charges are pending against a man who fought with firefighters in a Harrisburg home.
Police are asking for the public’s help to identify their suspect in a quick-change scam.
Route 322 has reopened after a crash involving an overturned dump truck closed the westbound lanes near Paxton Street for nearly three hours…
A youth was injured in one of two separate shooting incidents in the city early Sunday.
Heavy rain caused major problem throughout the area Sunday night. Cars were stranded and streets were closed in Middletown where they saw fo…
More than one hundred people were working in the community this weekend to make it look at little nicer.
Changes are coming to Pennsylvania’s sex offender registry as a result of a state Supreme Court decision issued last week, but experts say i…
PIAA’s heat acclimatization training doesn’t begin until August 7, but many teams are using some of guidelines they learned in previous year…
Capitol Area Transit and the YWCA are joining forces. They’re launching an ad campaign to raise awareness of domestic violence and preventio…
A Steelton man has been returned to Pennsylvania to face charges in two bank robberies in the Harrisburg area last week.
A Harrisburg man is accused of assaulting a correctional officer and escaping custody.
Capital Area Transit (CAT) and the YWCA will hold a kick-off event for their “Safe Place” bus program.
Police are investigating after vandals used paintballs to damage property in a Dauphin County borough.
A loss prevention officer was arrested after he kept a handgun he confiscated at Harrisburg Mall, police said.
TE Connectivity is cutting 93 jobs from its information technology support staff in the Harrisburg area.
Dozens turned out for an emotional town hall meeting Wednesday evening in Halifax.
A former research technologist at Penn State Hershey Medical Center has admitted in court to lying about cancer tests.
A 15-year-old Harrisburg girl reported missing by her family has been found unharmed.