Heavy rain dumped by a severe thunderstorm Wednesday afternoon flooded streets, stranded drivers, and damaged cars in parts of Pennsylvania’…
A Pennsylvania legislator is proposing a law to ban drivers from talking on cell phones unless they’re using a hands-free accessory.
A local photographer is hosting a “Pay What You Can” portrait day in New Cumberland Borough Park in an effort to help a friend who is underg…
Hundreds gathered in Carlisle on Tuesday night for National Night Out.
A researcher is putting into question the decades-old behavior test for dogs that help determine if it’s eligible for adoption.
Doctors at PinnacleHealth say lung cancer screenings are safe, quick and the best test for evaluating the disease.
A borough council in Lebanon County may vote to crack down on a growing problem with feral cats.
Pennsylvania House leaders have been eerily quiet since the Senate passed a budget revenue bill last week, but rank-and-file members of the …
A tip to the Harrisburg Bureau of Police resulted in charges against one of their own.
Police are looking for a driver who reportedly threw an 8-week-old kitten from a pickup truck.
The National Transportation Safety Board has released a preliminary report on an apparent natural gas explosion that killed a UGI employee a…
A new report shows prescription opioid misuse among Pennsylvania’s young adults and teenagers is in decline.
A recent study found that 99 percent of deceased NFL players’ brains that were donated for research had Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.
Dozens of cyclists gathered on Monday evening in a show of support for four men involved in a hit-and-run incident in rural Lebanon County.
Picking up a bottle of wine or liquor from your local store may soon cost more.
Sgt. Jared Hahn spends part of his day behind a computer.
Between Pinterest and Instagram and crafting competitions, everyone seems to be looking to DIY these days. But Consumer Reports warns one th…
Pennsylvania is revising its early child care and education programs to make it easier for providers to participate and earn quality ratings…
A new company is taking over the Coca-Cola plant in Lemoyne. The change will invest millions of dollars in the state every year.
Physicians who want to be registered to prescribe medical marijuana in Pennsylvania can now sign up through the state Health Department.