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    Are EZ-ID License Plates heading to Pennsylvania? Video included

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    Seventy percent of all crimes involve a motor vehicle—and remembering license plate numbers can be tricky for witnesses. A Midstate lawmaker has a solution. They're called EZ-ID License Plates, and instead of numbers, they incorporate symbols like stars or hearts, and only four characters.
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    Officials: Joan Rivers rushed to hospital

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    Joan Rivers is in a New York City hospital Thursday after she was rushed from a doctor's office when she went into cardiac arrest, police and hospital officials said. More>>

    Lifers should get a chance at parole, protesters say Video included

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    A scroll-like list of women's names cascaded down the Capitol steps Thursday afternoon. They're all serving life without parole in Pennsylvania prisons and that likely means they'll die behind bars.

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    Harrisburg church closed over safety concerns Video included

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    Services cannot be held inside a Harrisburg church because of safety concerns.
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    US approves Pennsylvania Medicaid plan

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    A half-a-million more low-income Pennsylvanians are in line to get access to federally funded health insurance.
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    County to Mayor: Show how Harrisburg spends hotel tax revenue

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    Dauphin County officials are urging Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse to exercise patience when speaking publicly about the National Civil War Museum.
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    • Best Greek Yogurt

      Best Greek Yogurt

      Wednesday, August 27 2014 5:48 PM EDT2014-08-27 21:48:53 GMT
      Yogurt continues to grow in popularity. Sales now top 7 billion dollars a year.More >>
      Yogurt continues to grow in popularity. Sales now top 7 billion dollars a year.
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    • Not So Natural Cosmetics

      Not So Natural Cosmetics

      Tuesday, August 26 2014 12:39 PM EDT2014-08-26 16:39:54 GMT
      Sales of cosmetics and personal care products labeled “natural” have soared recently, but “natural” on the package does not necessarily mean natural inside.More >>
      Sales of cosmetics and personal care products labeled “natural” have soared recently, but “natural” on the package does not necessarily mean natural inside.
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    • Nutribullet Pro 900 May Pose Safety Risk

      Nutribullet Pro 900 May Pose Safety Risk

      Friday, August 22 2014 5:41 PM EDT2014-08-22 21:41:10 GMT
      Makers of the popular "As Seen on TV" product NutriBullet have come out with a new version. It's supposed to be even more powerful for creating healthy drinks, but Consumer Reports says it could pose a safety risk and has labeled it a "Don't Buy."More >>
      Makers of the popular "As Seen on TV" product NutriBullet have come out with a new version. It's supposed to be even more powerful for creating healthy drinks, but Consumer Reports says it could pose a safety risk and has labeled it a "Don't Buy."
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    • Historic Ferry Boat Operation Still Draws Riders

      Historic Ferry Boat Operation Still Draws Riders

      Historic Ferry Boat Operation Still Draws Riders

      Tuesday, August 26 2014 9:16 AM EDT2014-08-26 13:16:25 GMT
      It's only a one mile journey in distance, but it covers nearly two centuries in time."People come to enjoy the river," said Don Lebo, as he guided another load of vehicles onto the Roaring Bull V. "They come to enjoy the scenery and to enjoy the wildlife."Lebo should know. He's been at the helm of the Roaring Bull V and the Falcon III ferry boats for 25 years.The 20 minute trip across the Susquehanna River dates back to the early 1800's when the Millersburg Ferry system first became official....More >>
      It's only a one mile journey in distance, but it covers nearly two centuries in time."People come to enjoy the river," said Don Lebo, as he guided another load of vehicles onto the Roaring Bull V. "They come to enjoy the scenery and to enjoy the wildlife."Lebo should know. He's been at the helm of the Roaring Bull V and the Falcon III ferry boats for 25 years.The 20 minute trip across the Susquehanna River dates back to the early 1800's when the Millersburg Ferry system first became official....More >>
    • Book Trilogy Traces Elizabethville Woman's West Virginia Roots.

      Book Trilogy Traces Elizabethville Woman's West Virginia Roots.

      Book Trilogy Traces Elizabethville Woman's West Virginia Roots.

      Friday, August 22 2014 8:59 AM EDT2014-08-22 12:59:44 GMT
      For many of her 87 years, Anna Jean Bennett Ditty was told, "You ought to write a book!" So, ten years ago, she did. In fact, she needed three books to cover her life, starting with "The House on the Hill," about growing up with three siblings in a small West Virginia town during the depression, with a hard-working mom and an absentee father.Browsing through her first book, Ditty paused to point out a childhood picture of her baby brother Dickie."He's my baby brother," she said. "My momma alw...More >>
      For many of her 87 years, Anna Jean Bennett Ditty was told, "You ought to write a book!" So, ten years ago, she did. In fact, she needed three books to cover her life, starting with "The House on the Hill," about growing up with three siblings in a small West Virginia town during the depression, with a hard-working mom and an absentee father.Browsing through her first book, Ditty paused to point out a childhood picture of her baby brother Dickie."He's my baby brother," she said. "My momma alw...More >>
    • Perry County Church Given New Life

      Perry County Church Given New Life

      Perry County Church Given New Life

      Tuesday, August 19 2014 11:02 AM EDT2014-08-19 15:02:59 GMT
      A big reason why Darlene Barrick fought to save the Mahanoy Union Church from bulldozers lies in the small cemetery next to it."This is Ulysses Grant Baker. My grandfather Baker," said Barrick, pointing to one of several headstones in the church cemetery with direct family ties. "He helped build the church."At another stone she added, "This is my Uncle Albert who fought in World War One."Since closing in the early 1960's, the church suffered heavily from neglect and vandalism. But stepping in...More >>
      A big reason why Darlene Barrick fought to save the Mahanoy Union Church from bulldozers lies in the small cemetery next to it."This is Ulysses Grant Baker. My grandfather Baker," said Barrick, pointing to one of several headstones in the church cemetery with direct family ties. "He helped build the church."At another stone she added, "This is my Uncle Albert who fought in World War One."Since closing in the early 1960's, the church suffered heavily from neglect and vandalism. But stepping in...More >>
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