| Jun 8, 2010
Three bills designed to reduce prison time for nonviolent offenders passed the state Senate on Tuesday, and supporters said they would save taxpayer money, relieve Pennsylvania's crowded prisons and reduce crime rates.
The bills, which passed without...
| Jun 21, 2010
| 8:39 AM
Hollywood Casino rolls in table games, but they aren' quite ready for public play. There are 52 tables now on the floor that will be open to the public July 13.
Three trucks delivered the trucks to the East Hanover Township casino in Dauphin County...
| Nov 4, 2010
| 7:54 AM
Police are looking for a man charged with a March 2009 Attempted Homicide in Harrisburg. Terrance J. Harden, 19, showed u to the Dauphin County Court House for his hearing on October 25 and asked for his scheduled court date to be delayed. His request was...
| Jan 1, 2010
| 4:56 AM
Pennsylvania State Police in Jonestown are now releasing the name of a Dauphin County man that was killed in a car crash early this morning-- around seven-forty-five.
31-year-old Sean Michael Weiser, was driving southbound on i-81 in pine grove...
| Jan 1, 2010
| 12:43 PM
The former personnel director for Pennsylvania's House Democrats is set to plead guilty in a wide-ranging probe involving legislative bonuses.
Earl Mosley will plead guilty Wednesday in Dauphin County Court along with six other defendants. That's...
| Jan 5, 2010
| 8:45 PM
A popular tv and radio commercial is being called into question by state officials across the country. Thousands of people claim they've been scammed by Blue Hippo; a company that promises to sell you a computer and improve your credit score.
| Jan 6, 2010
| 3:19 PM
What began as an investigation into bonuses for legislative staffers reached a new milestone Wednesday as seven former Democratic aides in the state House of Representatives pleaded guilty to crimes involving the illegal use of public resources for...
| Jan 19, 2010
| 8:54 PM
A judge in the public-corruption trial of a former leader of the Pennsylvania Legislature and three former aides is opening the door for prosecutors to use e-mail evidence.
Dauphin County Judge Richard Lewis on Tuesday said he'll go by the terms of an...
| Jan 25, 2010
| 4:57 AM
The windy weather takes down trees, knocks down wires, and leaves thousands of people in the dark.
These are the outages for our area, as of 8 a.m.:
PPL power outages:
- Berks County - 904
- Cumberland County - 2384
- Dauphin County - 2524
| Jan 25, 2010
| 7:50 PM
Monday morning's storm swept through most of central Pennsylvania, leaving behind homes without power, downed trees, and flipped over sheds. Here is a county by county breakdown of some of the damage.
Dauphin County: In Harrisburg, wires fell closing...
| Apr 13, 2010
| 2:39 PM
PA State Police are learning more about the circumstances surrounding a deadly crash, that killed three children in Dauphin County on Saturday night. It appears the driver & children's grandmother, 47-year old Laurie Hatfield, may have been fleeing the...
| Apr 15, 2010
| 9:09 AM
(AP) - Defendants in last month's public corruption trial of former state Rep. Mike Veon aren't getting a mistrial based on allegations that jurors violated court rules.
Dauphin County Judge Richard Lewis on Thursday denied the defense motion that said...