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    AG: Teacher shared child porn from Lancaster home

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    A Lancaster man who worked as a teacher in Chester County has been charged with downloading and distributing child pornography over the Internet.

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    Police: Man pulled knife in Carlisle robbery

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    Carlisle police are looking for a man who pulled a knife during an attempted robbery in the first block of W. Pomfret Street. More>>

    Lancaster sex offender jailed for child porn

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    A convicted sex offender from Lancaster has been jailed on charges he distributed child pornography over the Internet. More>>

    City Council approves Harrisburg fire contract

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    Harrisburg City Council has approved a contract with the firefighters' union. More>>

    Project will replace bridges, widen Pa. Turnpike

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    Construction is underway to replace several bridges on the Pa. Turnpike in Dauphin County. More>>

    Overdose reversal drug gives hope to Pa.'s heroin epidemic

    Overdose reversal drug gives hope to Pa.'s heroin epidemic Video included

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     It's cheap. It's easy to find and it's killing your family, your friends, neighbors and colleagues. But there might be hope for the heroin epidemic in Pennsylvania found in a "wonder drug" called Narcan. More>>

    Reward increases for unsolved Steelton homicide Video included

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    Dauphin County Crime Stoppers has increased the reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for murder of a Steelton man back in 2009.
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    Woman waited 33 years for arrest in brother's murder Video included

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    Police in Harrisburg say a cold case that dates back to 1981, has been solved, and the man responsible is behind bars in Texas. On Monday, U-SMarshalsarrested 78-year-old Joseph Miller and charged himwith themurder of Thomas Waller.Harrisburg Police Chief Thomas Carter says facial recognition technology helped investigators identifyMiller who shotWaller in the head in a parking lot near 14th Regina Streets.Valerie Waller losther brother when she was 32. She says her brotherand Miller had a d... More>>

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    • Pancake Syrup Health Concerns

      Pancake Syrup Health Concerns

      Monday, April 21 2014 5:43 PM EDT2014-04-21 21:43:46 GMT
      Consumer Reports recently reported that some kinds of caramel color in soft drinks can contain a potential carcinogen called 4-MeI. Now it’s tested several brands of pancake syrups -- Hungry Jack Original, Aunt Jemima Original and Original Lite, Mrs. Butterworth’s Original and Log Cabin Original. All contained 4-MeI.More >>
      Consumer Reports recently reported that some kinds of caramel color in soft drinks can contain a potential carcinogen called 4-MeI. Now it’s tested several brands of pancake syrups -- Hungry Jack Original, Aunt Jemima Original and Original Lite, Mrs. Butterworth’s Original and Log Cabin Original. All contained 4-MeI.More >>
    • High Chair Danger

      High Chair Danger

      Friday, April 18 2014 5:43 PM EDT2014-04-18 21:43:48 GMT
      A recent study in Clinical Pediatrics reports an alarming number of children suffer injuries from high chair accidents.More >>
      Feeding a hungry baby isn't always a picnic, but it shouldn't be dangerous. A recent study in Clinical Pediatrics reports an alarming number of children suffer injuries from high chair accidents.More >>
    • Surviving Your Hospital Stay

      Surviving Your Hospital Stay

      Wednesday, April 16 2014 6:36 PM EDT2014-04-16 22:36:07 GMT
      You go to the hospital to get well, but far too many people die after something goes wrong.More >>
      You go to the hospital to get well, but far too many people die after something goes wrong.More >>
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    • Camp Hill Couple Honors Civil War Soldiers and Civilians

      Camp Hill Couple Honors Civil War Soldiers and Civilians

      Camp Hill Couple Honors Civil War Soldiers and Civilians

      Tuesday, April 22 2014 9:17 AM EDT2014-04-22 13:17:05 GMT
      Rick and Gay Fitzgerald of Camp Hill believe passionately that our nation's Civil War years are a time to be studied and appreciated. Visitors need only to step inside their ranch-style home to appreciate their passion for American history."Walking through the house is kind of like a small tour of early America," Rick told me during a quick tour of their home."A lot of people will make the comment, our home looks nice house on the outside, but when you walk in, you're back in time."Throughout...More >>
      Rick and Gay Fitzgerald of Camp Hill believe passionately that our nation's Civil War years are a time to be studied and appreciated. Visitors need only to step inside their ranch-style home to appreciate their passion for American history."Walking through the house is kind of like a small tour of early America," Rick told me during a quick tour of their home."A lot of people will make the comment, our home looks nice house on the outside, but when you walk in, you're back in time."Throughout...More >>
    • Pint Size Volleyball in Dillsburg

      Pint Size Volleyball in Dillsburg

      Friday, April 18 2014 8:59 AM EDT2014-04-18 12:59:09 GMT
      It's a program that Debbie Rutter discovered five years ago at a volleyball conference. "There are lots of sports that start at ages 4,5,6.," said Rutter, soft-serving a volley ball to one of her fiveMore >>
      It's a program that Debbie Rutter discovered five years ago at a volleyball conference. "There are lots of sports that start at ages 4,5,6.," said Rutter, soft-serving a volley ball to one of her fiveMore >>
    • Gentle Giants of Dog Kingdom invade Lancaster County

      Gentle Giants of Dog Kingdom invade Lancaster County

      Tuesday, April 15 2014 9:21 AM EDT2014-04-15 13:21:57 GMT
      The Lancaster Host Resort and Conference Center is known for its great accommodations, but last week it went to the dogs. Newfoundland dogs. Six hundred of them from all over the United States and Europe,More >>
      The Lancaster Host Resort and Conference Center is known for its great accommodations, but last week it went to the dogs. Newfoundland dogs. Six hundred of them from all over the United States and Europe,More >>
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