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Penn State Harrisburg student fatally shot in Philadelphia bar fight
A student of Penn State Harrisburg was fatally shot Sunday in West Philadelphia after an argument escalated inside a bar. Dominique Oglesby, 23, was shot once in the back outside the Galaxy West Lounge in the 5200 block of Market Street at 4:20 p.m. Sunday, Philly.com reports. Oglesby's father was s
Snowfall forecast for Harrisburg scaled back, but other areas still could see up to a foot
The amount of snowfall predicted for the Harrisburg area has been scaled back, with the National Weather Service now predicting 3 to 6 inches for the city and up to a foot for points to the south. As of 4 p.m., six inches of snow has already fallen in areas such as Chambersburg, Gettysburg, Lancaste
Winter storm warning remains in effect for central Pa.
A winter storm warning remains in effect into Wednesday night as snow is expected to fall throughout the day. The warning is in effect until 8 p.m. Harrisburg could see another 4-6 inches of snow throughout the day. Due to warmer pavement temperatures, accumulations on roadways are expected to be si
Do state workers in Harrisburg get the day off?
State workers in Harrisburg are on a two-hour delay this morning, the Office of the Administration reports. Non-essential workers at the Capitol Complex and Harrisburg area have an additional two hours to get to work after their normal starting time. Earlier this morning, the notice was issued that
Here's how one Harrisburg entrepreneur made her dreams come true | Anwar Curtis
From the outside looking in it seems as though everyone is a brand or has a business. Thanks to technology, social media platforms and websites have given anybody with a vision the opportunity to become an entrepreneur. Anwar Curtis (PennLive file) And although I encourage everyone who has a dream
West Shore Regional police seek help in identifying retail theft suspects
LEMOYNE - West Shore Regional police are seeking help from the public in identifying two suspects in a retail theft that occurred March 18 at the Dollar General store in Lemoyne. Anyone with information on the suspects is asked to contact West Shore Regional Police at (717) 238-9676.
Liberal leave issued for some Harrisburg city employees
Non-essential Harrisburg employees have effectively been given a snow day. Mayor Eric Papenfuse declared liberal leave for non-essential city personnel on Wednesday because of snow. Forecasters expect 3 to 6 inches of snow in the immediate Harrisburg area. To the south of Harrisburg, forecasters ex
Snow to intensify, cause issues during the morning commute
Another round of snow is expected to create slick conditions for the morning commute throughout central Pennsylvania. Snow is expected to pick up in intensity Wednesday morning throughout the region, including in Harrisburg, York, and Lancaster. An additional 4-6 inches is expected in Harrisburg, wh
'It's going to be pretty insane for a while': NWS on snow Wednesday
After a lull tonight, heavy snow could fall for hours on Wednesday in south central Pennsylvania, the National Weather Service in State College says. Around daybreak, snow will resume, with Dauphin County seeing an inch an hour for a few hours, for a total of 6-10 inches, said Paul Head, NWS meteoro
Here's how much snow could fall in central Pa.
Initial reports Monday indicated the incoming winter storm would have a marginal effect on the region. By Tuesday morning, a winter storm warning was issued, and snowfall predictions went up. National Weather Service now predicts 8-12 inches of snow for Harrisburg and other areas of south central Pe
Police: Driver led troopers on 77-mile chase
Abdallah A. Al Widian HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) - A Philadelphia man is accused of having $40,000 worth of illegal cigarettes and leading troopers on a 77-mile, high-speed chase from Harrisburg to Allentown. Abdallah A. Al Widian, 24, faces numerous charges regarding the 38-minute, four-county pursui
Harrisburg fire chief hospitalized due to medical emergency
The Harrisburg fire chief was hospitalized Monday night due to a medical emergency, the city announced Tuesday afternoon. Joyce Davis, city spokeswoman, issued this statement: Fire Chief Brian Enterline was hospitalized Monday evening at UPMC Pinnacle Harrisburg due to a medical emergency and remain
Man accused of resisting arrest in Harrisburg
A man is accused of resisting arrest in Harrisburg. Police were called to State and North 16th Streets early Monday morning for a report of a man jumping on cars. When officers arrived, they say Keyshawn Cooks was banging on an SUV parked on the 1500 block of State Street with a woman inside. Police
Early spring snowstorm to impact central Pa.
As of 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, spring will officially begin. What better way to usher in the new season than a visit from Old Man Winter? A major snowstorm is expected to bring wet snow and travel disruptions from Tennessee all the way up to Maine. The storm's slow speed, according to AccuWeather, will e
Winter's last gasp: Snow expected across the region through tomorrow
Streets department worker James Ockimey clears a downed tree during a winter storm, Friday, March 2, 2018, in Marple Township in Delaware County. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum) (Harrisburg) -- Spring is set to arrive at 12:15 p.m. today, but Mother Nature has one more blast of winter weather in store for th
Harrisburg student artwork to be celebrated this weekend in free event
There are some talented artists in Harrisburg's schools, and much of their work will be on display in a special event this weekend. The fourth-annual Celebration of the Arts is set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the John Harris Campus, 2451 Market St. "Celebration of the Arts is a phenomenal and
Harrisburg man facing charges for assaulting victim's daughter, threatening to shoot family
DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.- A Harrisburg man is facing charges after allegedly punching his girlfriend's daughter and resisting arrest while intoxicated. James Boulware, 56, is facing terroristic threats, aggravated assault and resisting arrest charges for the incident. On March 18 at approximately 12:24 a
Proposed bill would force domestic abusers in Pennsylvania to give up guns within 48 hours
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - A Pennsylvania Senate committee is advancing a bill to force people with a domestic violence ruling against them to more quickly give up their firearms. The Judiciary Committee passed the bill unanimously Monday. Under the bill, people convicted of domestic violence would have
Florida phone scammer conned Dauphin County grandmother out of $15,000: Police
A Florida man has been charged with conning a 77-year-old Lower Paxton Township woman out of more than $15,000 in a phone scam, according to township police. Kiano L. Smith, 20, formerly of West Palm Beach, has been charged with two counts of theft by deception, one count of dealing in proceeds of u
Enola woman facing charges after striking a parked car while DUI
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.- An Enola woman is facing charges after striking a parked car while driving under the influence. Kimberly Doiron, 44, is facing DUI and other summary traffic violations for the incident. On February 23 at approximately 2:55 a.m., police responded to a crash in the 100 block of