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Dauphin County

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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • State Police Investigating Late Night Armed Robbery in Dauphin County

    State Police Investigating Late Night Armed Robbery in Dauphin County
    The Pennsylvania State police are investigating an armed robbery, where three men broke into a home in Dauphin County. It happened around 10:15p.m. on the 400 block of Main street in Lykens Borough. The 19-year-old victim told police that 3 unknown men...
  • York County Food Bank Loses Grant. Has to Lay Off Two People

    York County Food Bank Loses Grant. Has to Lay Off Two People
    The York County Food Bank is losing a grant which will force it to lay off two employees and cut back some of its services.  It's losing a $424,000 grant from the State Food Purchase Program which supplements the Food Bank program.  The York County Food...
  • Remote Control Toilets Part of New Efficiency Project in Dauphin County

    Remote Control Toilets Part of New Efficiency Project in Dauphin County
    The inmates at the Dauphin County Prison are known for causing occasional toilet troubles. "They would continually flush their toilets, it would back up, flood their cell, flood their cell blocks," Warden Dominick DeRose explained. He said the prison...
  • 12 year old Accidently Shot by Twin Brother in Dauphin County

    12 year old Accidently Shot by Twin Brother in Dauphin County
    A 12-year-old boy was accidently shot by his twin brother this evening in Dauphin County. It happened around 6:00p.m. on the 200 block of Red Hill Road in East Hanover Township. The two boys were home alonen and according to police they were playing with...
  • Harrisburg Mayor Claims Victory Over Direct Deposit Payroll System

    Harrisburg Mayor Claims Victory Over Direct Deposit Payroll System
    Harrisburg Mayor Linda Thompson calling a court order to reinstate the direct deposit payroll system, a victory for her and the city. But City Controller Dan Miller calls the news release a spin on what the true facts of the case are. It all relates...
  • Teen Driver Charged in Fatal Accident involving an 8-year-old

    Teen Driver Charged in Fatal Accident involving an 8-year-old
    Harrisburg City Police Traffic Safety Unit and the Dauphin County Deputy District Attorney have charged a 17-year-old Harrisburg girl after investigating a car accident in March that killed an 8-year-old boy. It happened March 17th in front of Bishop...
  • Harrisburg Mayor Linda D. Thompson Sues City Controller Daniel Miller and Treasurer Paul Wambach Over Direct Deposit

    Harrisburg Mayor Linda D. Thompson Sues City Controller Daniel Miller and Treasurer Paul Wambach Over Direct Deposit
    Attorneys representing Harrisburg and Mayor Linda D. Thompson have filed for Mandamus and Injunctive Relief in the Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas. The lawsuit includes related parties: the Capital City Fraternal Order of Police, the Capital Paid...
  • Rise in Bath Salt Use Raises Worries in Dauphin County

    Rise in Bath Salt Use Raises Worries in Dauphin County
    On Friday, nearly fifty people crowded a small room at the Dauphin County Department of Health. Karl Singleton is both a parent and educator who learned about the forum from friends. "It's important for myself to gain a deeper understanding of the new...
  • Task Force Takes Aim to Curb Human Trafficking Across State Lines

    Task Force Takes Aim to Curb Human Trafficking Across State Lines
    Human trafficking is no longer an international issue.   The problem knows - no boundary's.   and annually 100 hundred thousand cases of the crime are reported across the United States. While the numbers specific to Central Pennsylvania are not known,...