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18-year-old among 3 killed in York County crash: coroner
An 18-year-old York County woman was among three people to lose their lives in a crash on Route 30. Mayra Corcuera Torres, 18, of Jackson Twp. in York County, died from injuries sustained in the two-car crash in Paradise Township on Saturday. She was rushed to York Hospital, where she was later pron
Fire crews battle electrical fire in York
York – Fire crews battled an early morning fire in York, Sunday. The fire broke out after 8:00 a.m on the 400 block of South Pine Street. According to the York City Fire Department, the fire was confined to a mattress and box spring. The department says the fire was electrical in nature and unintent
Deadly Crash closes part of Route 30 in York County
ABBOTTSTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) - Northern York County Regional Police are investigating a deadly crash. It happened on Route 30 near Schoolhouse Road in Paradise Township around 5:15 p.m. Saturday.
State Police: Man barricades himself with gun inside home in Adams County
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, Adams County – A 23-year-old man is in custody after a standoff with police in Franklin Township. According to State Police, Tyler Hertz of Biglerville, strangled and seriously injured a 22-year-old woman on April 19th.
West York's Trinity Thomas caps season with seventh-place finish at NCAA Championships
Trinity Thomas capped her impressive freshman season by earning a fifth All-America honor this past weekend. Thomas, who competed in diving and track and field for West York High School before graduating early to enroll at the University of Florida, finished seventh overall in the floor exercise at
Police: 2 vehicles involved in shootout on East Market Street in York County
YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Two vehicles were involved in a shootout Friday afternoon on East Market Street, according to Springettsbury Township Police. Police say two dark-colored sedans exchanged gunfire on the street near Village Green Shopping Center.
St. Baldrick Foundation holds head shaving event in York County
YORK - Leaders sporting a new hair-do for childhood cancer. York City police officers and firefighters shaved their heads to raise money for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, a non-profit organization that helps raise money to find a cure for childhood cancer.
Tornados confirmed in central Pennsylvania
(State College) -- The National Weather Service has confirmed that a recent storm system spawned two tornados in central Pennsylvania. The twisters were classified EF1 which pack wind speeds of between 86 and 110 miles per hour.
Mold-like residue, ants, improper labeling, dead insects: York County restaurant inspections
The following York County restaurants were found to have violated Pennsylvania's health and safety regulations during inspections between March 24-30. Inspections are overseen by the Department of Agriculture. The department notes that in many cases violations are corrected by the restaurant before
Washtenaw Sheriff Seeks Help Identifying York Township Hit & Run Suspect
The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect in a hit and run crash. The crash occurred around 4:30 p.m., April 14, at Carpenter and Willis Road in York Township, according to Cpl. Keith DeZwaan, of the York Township substation. There were no injurie
LifePath Christian Ministries hosts annual Easter meal
York - Many people enjoyed a delicious food this Easter courtesy of the community and many volunteers. LifePath Christian Ministries hosted their annual Easter meal, and served more than a hundred people. The day started with a devotional message in the chapel. LifePath will offer meals to those in
Police: Upskirting leads to child porn charges for former York Hospital employee
A former York Hospital pharmacy employee caught taking a photo of an unsuspecting restaurant employee in York Township led to police searching his phone and finding child pornography, according to authorities.
York Police and Firefighters went bald to support childhood cancer
YORK, Pa. (WHTM) - York's finest went bald to support childhood cancer research. Firefighters and police officers teamed up with St. Baldricks Foundation to launch the first year of the York city united fundraiser.
York man arrested after month-long investigation
Luis Gamboa, 40, was arrested in York on April 17 on gun and drug charges after he sold cocaine to Drug Task Force detectives at his house. Police say Gamboa was taking the train from Lancaster to New York City and back to purchase cocaine.
PHOTOS: Locks shorn as York City supports St. Baldrick's
Charlie Alfano, left, of Alfano's at 51 West Market St., shaves the head of Sgt. Larry Lawrence while Diedra Mantilla of Fade Away in York City, shaves Officer Jonathan Hallerer as all work to raise funds for St. Baldrick's Foundation in their fight against childhood cancers at Cherry Lane Park in Y
York County robotics team win shows what STEM can do
Robots on "Planet Primus" only have two minutes and thirty seconds to navigate unpredictable weather and terrain and collect cargo for their spaceships before another sandstorm hits.
Pennsylvania government watchdog to probe Grace Packer's murder
(AP) - A Pennsylvania state government watchdog agency has launched an investigation into the horrific case of a 14-year-old girl who had extensive contact with the child welfare system before her 2016 rape, torture and murder, a lawmaker who requested the review announced Wednesday.
Pennsylvania House OKs new child sex abuse reporting rules
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - The Pennsylvania House of Representatives moved Wednesday to toughen penalties for people who do not report suspicions about repeated child sexual abuse and make it explicit that nondisclosure terms in contracts cannot prevent people from talking to police in child molestation
Dog wardens to check for current dog licenses, rabies vaccinations across Pennsylvania
Dog wardens across the state are cracking down on dog owners. They're canvassing 22 counties between now and June, making sure owners have current licenses and rabies vaccinations.
Pennsylvania eyes retirement-savings plan for its portfolio
With Pennsylvania facing a wave of retirees leaving the workforce with no savings, top state officials are working to head off the financial blow. A task force organized by Treasurer Joe Torsella has spurred an effort that now has key state lawmakers writing legislation to create a potentially sweep