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Not all kills are ethical

Piled by the side of Green Road at one of the trailheads at Frances Slocum State Park were the carcasses of a deer and a fisher. Whoever shot them must have been so proud of his or her "accomplishment" that they dragged them out of the woods and put them on display by the side of the road. The sic

STANDARD SPEAKER - 2018-01-21 09:11:21

Vehicle leaves Route 30 east & crashes in backyard near Mountville

A vehicle headed east on Route 30 near Mountville left the highway and crashed into a backyard Saturday morning, according to dispatch reports. The crash was reported at 7:36 a.m. in West Hempfield Township before the Stony Battery Road exit. A county communications supervisor said the vehicle conta

LANCASTERONLINE - 2018-01-20 12:46:00

Susquehanna River ice jams cause flood watch south of York Haven through Monday

Saturday afternoon, onlookers gathered outside of John Wright Restaurant in Wrightsville and looked over the massive ice flow covering the Susquehanna River. Those ice chunks covering the river as far as the eye could see have caused a flood watch along the Susquehanna River in both York and Lancast

YDR.COM - 2018-01-20 21:05:34

North George Street in Manchester Township closed from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. today

Updated: 7:27 AM EST Jan 20, 2018 North George Street in Manchester Township closed from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. today PennDot says that North George Street, between Lightner Road and Route 30 in Manchester Township, York County, will be closed to all traffic this morning starting at 8 AM and continuing

WGAL - 2018-01-20 12:27:00

Cold case: Why some Lancaster County residents love to be outside in the snow

It was another morning in the 20s. A half-inch of snow had fallen so far, enough to trigger grousing among those who see winter as something to suffer through. But for others it was a morning that quickened the senses and was a time to savor. Who goes outside on days like this past Tuesday rather th

LANCASTERONLINE - 2018-01-21 12:00:00

Harrisburg police shooting: Latest on U.S. Marshal killed, York and Harrisburg cops shot

A U.S. Marshal was shot and killed, and a York City Police officer was wounded while serving a warrant Thursday in Harrisburg. A Harrisburg officer was also wounded. Wochit A U.S. Marshal was killed, and two police officers were wounded, while serving a warrant in Harrisburg Thursday morning. This


19-year-old woman dies in single-vehicle crash on New Holland Pike in Lancaster County

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. - A 19-year-old woman died Friday morning after a single-vehicle crash in Lancaster County. The crash occurred on New Holland Pike between Eden Road and Park Road at 8:19 a.m. According to Manheim Township Police, the woman lost control of her vehicle while traveling eastbound

FOX43.COM - 2018-01-19 15:52:49

Police in York investigating stabbing

One person was injured in a stabbing early Saturday morning in York. Emergency dispatchers told WGAL the stabbing happened at approximately 3:30 a.m. in the 600 block of West College Avenue. The severity of the victim's injuries is not immediately known. Police continue to investigate the incident.

PENNLIVE.COM - 2018-01-20 21:53:50

Pink-clad multitude gathers downtown for 2nd annual Dallas Women's March

Thousands marched through downtown Dallas for a second straight year in support of women's rights. Carrying signs that read "My daughters will change the world" and "There's a new SHEriff in town, boys," protesters in pink walked from St. Paul United Methodist Church to Pike Park. The Dallas Women's

DALLAS NEWS - 2018-01-20 19:19:27

Dallas Animal Services Conducts Warrant Round-Up

This weekend the Dallas Marshal's Office is partnering with Dallas Animal Services to conduct a warrant round-up targeting those with outstanding animal-related warrants. The offenses include "animal at large" and "failure to surrender for quarantine." Beginning Saturday, Dallas Animal Services offi

NBC DALLAS-FORT WORTH - 2018-01-21 01:43:49

How can Dallas win Amazon HQ2? Stay unified and be audacious

The region that works together wins together. That's one of the foundational principles in Dallas' bid for Amazon's HQ2, and the area's team approach will become even more important as it moves to the next round of the Amazon sweepstakes. So far, local cities have largely remained united and their r

DALLAS NEWS - 2018-01-21 11:00:00

Former First Lady Michelle Obama To Speak In Dallas

DALLAS, TX - Michelle Obama is coming to Dallas in March, and you could have a chance to hear her speak. Her appearance comes as part of the AT&T Performing Arts Center's #HearHere series, which boasts an impressive lineup of names Among the personalities speaking at the engagement, which runs from

PATCH - 2018-01-19 20:05:35

So Much Pizza: Five New Dallas Bars and Restaurants to Check Out Right Now

With the holidays - and that bastard 2017 - behind us, we've launched into a time of year marked by openings. New bars and restaurants are popping up every week, and it's hard to keep track of it all. If you're looking for something new, here are a few places to check out. Beau Nash at the Crescent

DALLAS OBSERVER - 2018-01-20 10:00:00

Dallas family who beat pregnant teen to make her miscarry, cover up rape get prison

Three family members connected to the brutal beating of a pregnant teenager who was raped and forced to miscarry her baby pleaded guilty to the crime and were sentenced to prison this week. Sharon Jones, 47, was sentenced to 12 years, while her daughter Cecila McDonald, 28, got seven years, and 29-


Dallas City Manager Tells Bike-Share Companies to Clean Up After Themselves

Dallas City Manager T.C. Broadnax issued Dallas' five dockless bike-share operators a warning Thursday night. The companies, Broadnax wrote in a letter to LimeBike, ofo, Spin, VBikes and MoBike, need to relocate all bikes violating a new set of rules established by the manager. According to Broadnax

DALLAS OBSERVER - 2018-01-19 17:40:38

Dallas cracks down on animal citations with big warrant roundup

Hoping to inspire some law-abiding action from Dallas residents, the city's animal shelter and the Dallas Marshal's Office are partnering up on a warrant roundup on all animal-related tickets. The roundup will begin on January 20. Anyone with an outstanding warrant for offenses such as loose or te


Man to Stay at Party After Hearing Rumors of Chanello's Pizza Order

NORFOLK, Va. - Multiple reports now confirm that Virginia Beach resident Edgar Wilson has decided to stay at his neighbor's birthday party after hearing rumors of a soon to be delivered Chanello's pizza. This decision comes after a few hours of casual binge drinking. Wilson, a government contractor

THEPEEDMONT.COM - 2018-01-21 10:00:54

Internal Medicine of EC to open next month

Drs. Samantha Furia and Lynn Butler are the first physicians of Internal Medicine of Elizabeth City, a new practice opening here next month. The practice is part of the Chesapeake Regional Medical Group and it seeks to offer "quality, consistent primary care" to the area, Furia explained in an inter

DAILY ADVANCE - 2018-01-20 23:59:59

Jellyfish, birds, snakes and more: Winter Wildlife Festival coming to Virginia Beach

There's a giant reddish-yellow jellyfish that lives up north in the cold winter waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Truly huge by our jellyfish standards, its "umbrella" can grow more than 7 feet in diameter. Lion's mane jellyfish is its name, an apt moniker because its color resembles a lion's mane. The

PILOTONLINE.COM - 2018-01-21 10:00:00

People put out of homes after fire at condominiums

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WVEC) -- Eight condominiums had damage to them Saturday after a fire started at a complex off Baxter Road. Firefighters were on Goldeneye Court in Brookside Condominiums around 3 p.m. Crews were able to bring the fire there under control within 20 minutes of their arrival. Batta

13NEWSNOW.COM - 2018-01-21 01:36:04