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Lightning kills boy swimming in creek; another boy injured

A lightning strike killed a boy who was swimming in a creek in Lancaster County on Sunday, authorities said.

Mixed reactions to Corbett s Healthy Pa plan

Mixed reactions to Corbett's Healthy Pa. plan

Governor Tom Corbett has gotten federal approval for elements of his Healthy PA plan.

Pumping gas

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Labor Day weekend travelers getting relief at pump

Warm weather and lower gas prices are helping drive more people to make a final road trip before summer comes to a close.

The Hershey Company logo

The Hershey Company

Hershey takes wraps off new corporate logo

The Hershey Company is rolling out a new corporate logo that features a freshly stylized version of one of its most famous chocolate products.

Jonestown bank robbery surveillance

Bank closed; would-be robber leaves empty-handed

A man's apparent plans to rob a bank were thwarted by a locked door.

Poll shows Wolf maintaining lead in race for Pa governor

Poll shows Wolf maintaining lead in race for Pa. governor

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett is falling further behind in his bid for re-election.

Marie Lavaud

Mom heading to trial for allegedly discarding stillborn baby

A Lancaster County woman has been ordered to stand trial for allegedly putting her stillborn baby in the trash.

Red Cross promotes international services program

American Red Cross helping to locate loved ones in Ukraine

With the crisis in Eastern Europe raging on, the American Red Cross has activated  its family tracing services for missing loved ones in relation to the recent crisis in Ukraine.

Local police pushing for right to use speed radar in Pa

Jace Codi/69 News

Local police pushing for right to use speed radar in Pa.

Speed traps caught many drivers along Route 222 on Wednesday.

Amish horse-and-buggy occupants robbed at gunpoint

Gregory Didyoung/69 News

Amish horse-and-buggy occupants robbed at gunpoint

Police are on the hunt for the man who robbed the occupants of an Amish horse-and-buggy at gunpoint.

Eric Barron, new president of Penn State, as of Feb 2014

PSU president steers clear of campus controversies

Penn State's new president steered clear of controversies regarding the school's board of trustees.

Tim Curley, Gary Schultz, Graham Spanier

Penn State ex-officials' case moves along under seal

The criminal case against three former Penn State administrators is being conducted under strict court secrecy, and the judge has sealed all filings for the past six months.

 

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