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Felicita Golf Course closes, big changes for owner Angino

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The sign on the door of the pro shop at Felicita Golf Course says "closed for the season." Its owner says closed for much longer.
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Driver arrested after pursuit in Harrisburg

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A Hummelstown man was arrested after a police pursuit through Harrisburg and on Interstate 83. More>>

Pa. board suspends medical license of Steelton doctor Video included

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The State Board of Medicine has temporarily suspended the medical license of a Steelton doctor and surgeon for allegedly putting her patients at risk of infection. More>>

Police: Domestic assault led to elementary school lockdown

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A reported domestic assault led to a lockdown at a Dauphin County elementary school, but police said the children were never in danger. More>>

Smith's passing leaves void in hearts, city business

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Until the day she passed away, Harrisburg councilwoman Eugenia Smith was a champion for public safety. Her sudden passing leaves a void in many ways. More>>

Harrisburg man charged with rape, attempted homicide

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A Harrisburg man has been arrested for allegedly assaulting and raping a city woman in her garage. More>>

Owners of home remodeling company wanted on theft charges

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Authorities in Dauphin County have filed theft charges against the owners of a painting and home remodeling business. More>>

Steelton residents grill borough officials about water issues Video included

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Steelton residents came to Borough Hall Monday night looking for answers. More>>

Lawmaker tries to opt out of pension program, but can't Video included

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York County Senator Scott Wagner (R) was sworn in on April 2. The day before, on April 1, he signed papers opting out of the state's pension system.
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Dauphin County officials want to get illegal guns off streets Video included

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Dauphin County and Harrisburg officials unveiled a new plan to help crack down on illegal guns and lower violence throughout the region. More>>

Fire marshal rules Susquehanna Township fire arson

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Fire officials in Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County have ruled Sunday evening's 2-alarm house fire arson. More>>

Body found in Susquehanna River near Fort Hunter Video included

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State police and the Dauphin County Coroner's Office are investigating the discovery of a body in the Susquehanna River north of Harrisburg. More>>

Elmo accuser gets prison time for pension theft

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The Harrisburg man who sued the former puppeteer of the "Sesame Street" character Elmo over an alleged sexual relationship will spend time in county prison for stealing money from two state retirees. More>>

Flags lowered to honor late councilwomen

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Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse has ordered flags at the City Government Center to be lowered in honor of two women who recently passed away; City Councilwoman Eugenia Smith and former Councilwoman Judith Hill. More>>

The Hill Society to host PSU coach James Franklin on Thursday

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Penn State football fans will see a new coach on the sidelines this season, and you have a chance to meet him before football kicks off! More>>

Pa. National Guard's 28th Infantry holds ROC drill

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The 28th Infantry Division of the Pennsylvania National Guard held a ROC drill on Sunday at their headquarters at 14th and Calder streets in Harrisburg. More>>

6 displaced by fire at Susquehanna Township home

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Six people were displaced by a fire that started at a duplex in Susquehanna Township on Sunday morning. More>>

"Seasons of Health" promotes healthy living for women

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It was a morning all about health during Saturday's Seasons of Health 2014 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center. More>>

Police: Man, 67, had inappropriate contact with minor

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State police say a 67-year-old man was having unlawful contact with a 16-year-old girl over a 6- to 8-month time span. More>>

Police: $8.5M in heroin, $1M in meth seized in first quarter of 2014 Video included

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Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan announced troopers seized over $16 million in heroin, crystal meth and other prohibited drugs in the first quarter of 2014. More>>

City leaders mourn the loss of Harrisburg city councilwoman Video included

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Eugenia Smith, a Harrisburg councilwoman who chaired the public safety committee, has died at a hospital. More>>

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