Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a man wanted for credit card fraud at two Giant food stores in Lower Paxton Township.
The Salvation Army has begun demolishing three vacant and blighted buildings to make way for construction of a new service and worship cente…
A man was arrested on several charges last week in Dauphin County, including arson and ethnic intimidation.
A new report out Monday in Harrisburg shows crime is down pretty much across the board, but it doesn’t feel like it depending on where you l…
Harrisburg police say they took five juveniles into custody after finding four different handguns in their possession.
City officials say there were fewer robberies, assaults and burglaries in 2016, while auto thefts grew by 27 percent and reported rape cases…
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Police are investigating an incident where swastikas were drawn in chalk at a Lower Paxton Township home. Township …
Naloxone, or Narcan, has saved thousands of lives in Pennsylvania, but now police are worried about what happens after a person is revived f…
Motorsports enthusiasts have packed the Farm Show Complex this weekend for the 39th annual Motorama Events.
About 20 to 25 people stay outside on the church’s property in the encampment.
The Central Pennsylvania Coalition United to Fight Cancer, CATALYST, held its Loving Souls and Sweethearts XXI “What’s Up Lately Doc?” Cance…
Police are looking for a suspect in the robbery of a Subway on the 4200 block of Linglestown Road.
The National Civil War Museum will offer free admission as it celebrates Black History Month.
Midtown Harrisburg offers a cultural experience that attracts people from all over the region.
A year after guns were stolen from the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, the investigation continues.
After nearly 40 years of providing family fun in the Midstate, Red Crown Bowling Center in Swatara Township will close its doors in March.
A suspended Pennsylvania State Police trooper has been convicted of charges related to the beating of a skateboarder last year.
Police are giving the all clear at Harrisburg High School following a report of a gun on school property.
A Lower Paxton Township man has been found guilty of charges related to the indecent assault of a child.
The capital city will launch Parkmobile on March 1.