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Dauphin County

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  • Scranton Man Charged after Police Standoff in Dauphin County

    Scranton Man Charged after Police Standoff in Dauphin County
    A 19 year old woman arrived at Pennsylvania State Police's Troop "H" barricades in Dauphin County at around 1:30 Monday affer and claimed that she had been kidnapped from Lackawanna County last evening. The woman said she and 40 year old Jeffrey John...
  • Road Closures due to Storm Damage

    Road Closures due to Storm Damage
    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has closed the following roads because of storm damage and flooding. Adams County Latimore Township Braggtown Road and Latimore Valley Road Cumberland County Monroe Township Locust Point between Park...
  • Over 4,000 Cartons of Unstamped Cigarettes Seized In Dauphin County

    Over 4,000 Cartons of Unstamped Cigarettes Seized In Dauphin County
    Pennsylvania State Police arrested two men in Dauphin County after they found over 4,000 cartons of unstamped cigarettes in a U-Haul truck. Michael Costello, 28, and Hongan LAi, 60, both from New York were charged with Possession of Unstamped Cigarettes...
  • Table Games Open at Hollywood Casino

    Table Games Open at Hollywood Casino
    It's official, you can now test your luck on table games at Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course. "This completes the offering for a full casino entertainment option with table games," said Tim Wilmott President of Penn National Gaming....
  • Dauphin County Commissioner Nick DiFrancesco Resigns

    Dauphin County Commissioner Nick DiFrancesco Resigns
    After serving Dauphin County for 6 years, Dauphin Commissioner Nick DiFrancesco is stepping down as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Commissioners for a job in private business. His resignation is effective in September. During his time as the Republican...
  • Jockey In Intensive Care After Falling Off Horse

    Jockey In Intensive Care After Falling Off Horse
    A jockey is in the intensive care unit, after falling off his horse at Penn National Race Course in Dauphin County last night. Officials say 22-year old Craig Gibbs was riding the horse "Smokin Queenie" in the fourth race, when the horse angled outward...
  • Storms cause damage throughout Central PA

    Storms cause damage throughout Central PA
    The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Northern York County, Western Lancaster County and Southern Dauphin County early Sunday afternoon. The warnings have now expired. While there are no reports of any tornadoes touching down, there is...
  • Georgia Peach Captures Pennsylvania Classic

    Georgia Peach Captures Pennsylvania Classic
    Valdosta native Dori Carter captured her first professional title by shooting a final round 68 to capture the Duramed Futures Tour Pennsylvania Classic near Harrisburg. Carter was playing in the final group with Jennifer Song from Ann Arbor, Michgan and...
  • Foreclosures In Central Pennsylvania Expected To Rise In 2011

    Foreclosures In Central Pennsylvania Expected To Rise In 2011
    Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse, foreclosure numbers are expected to rise this year, above the record one million homes that were foreclosed in the United States last year. Harrisburg and Carlisle are among the few cities in Central...
  • Police Name Suspect In Murder Of Steelton Man

    Police Name  Suspect In Murder Of Steelton Man
    Police have named a suspect in the shooting death of a man earlier this week in Dauphin County. Steelton Borough police are looking for Kermit Pittman, 18, from Steelton. He is the main suspect in the shooting death of Florentine Dejesus-Lopez, 47. Lopez...
  • Dauphin County Students Compete in State Automotive Technology Event

    Dauphin County Students Compete in State Automotive Technology Event
    Students from 10 Pennsylvania schools battled Thursday in the Pennsylvania Automotive Association 2011 Automotive Technology Competition at the Pennsylvania Auto Show. Teams of two students diagnosed predetermined defects set up on new cars. The event...
  • PennDOT Reduces Speed Limit

    PennDOT Reduces Speed Limit
    PennDOT has reduced the speed on several Central Pennsylvania highways to 45mph because of icy conditions caused by the current winter storm. -Interstate 78 in Lebanon County -Interstate 81 in Franklin, Cumberland, Dauphin and York counties -Interstate...