Felix Rodrigues Lima, WPMT FOX43

Felix Rodrigues Lima

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Central York School District, parents tackle school safety in panel discussion

SPRINGETTSBURY TWP., Pa. - Hundreds of parents in the Central York School District met with leaders Wednesday night about school safety, a week after threats of violence shut down schools. The district says it wants that feedback from parents to make sure children are safe at school. → Read More

York mayor says he would probably not seek pardon to expunge or seal criminal background

YORK, Pa. - Mayor Michael Helfrich says he supports the efforts of state leaders to help people seek pardons to expunge or seal their criminal backgrounds, as he did at a Pathways to Pardons information session Wednesday night in the city. → Read More

Neighbors blame farm for smelly situation in Dauphin County

JACKSON TWP., Pa. - In the community of Enders, there's little need to raise a stink, because the smell speaks for itself. "reminds you of a porta-potty, almost a burning smell," said John Enders, a resident. → Read More

Gov. Wolf rejects proposed Congressional map from GOP leadership

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Governor Tom Wolf Tuesday rejected the proposed Congressional district map submitted by Republican leaders in the General Assembly, two days before a court-mandated deadline to submit an approved map to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. → Read More

York Fair to consider moving earlier in the calendar

WEST MANCHESTER TWP., Pa. - Administrators at the York Fair are considering moving earlier in the summer months, potentially to July or August. As part of a full review, fair organizers are hoping to expand the fairgrounds and renovate multiple on-site buildings in the long-term plan, but are also looking at moving America's First Fair earlier in the year. → Read More

Drivers in Franklin County prepare for Wednesday storm

SOUTHAMPTON TWP., Pa. - Drivers along Interstate 81 spent Tuesday night hurrying to their destinations in advance of Wednesday's winter weather event. For Ronald Haines of New York, he is a truck driver who drives freight from New York to Roanoke, Virginia on a daily basis. → Read More

York County artist learns dark side to his international acclaim

SPRINGFIELD TWP., Pa. - A York County artist who is gaining new fans on a daily basis for his craft is finding a down side to his fame. Paul Waclo of York County only took up chainsaw carving a few years ago. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court won’t allow PA Republicans to delay redrawing of congressional voting map

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Pennsylvania is one step closer to re-drawing its congressional district maps after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene against an order issued by Pennsylvania's Supreme Court to create a new map. → Read More

Not standing down: Some local VFW posts will not show Super Bowl

WEST YORK, Pa. - Some local VFW posts are continuing their protest of the NFL by refusing to show games at their assembly halls. As millions of Americans are gearing up for Super Bowl LII, one place you won't find the big game is VFW Post 8951 in West York. → Read More

More potholes, more problems: Drivers complain about potholes on I-83 near Shrewsbury

SHREWSBURY TWP., Pa. - Some mechanics in southern York County say they are seeing a rush of drivers needing service because of potholes that have formed on Interstate 83. The potholes are predominantly on the southbound side of I-83 approaching the Shrewsbury exit. → Read More

Women turned away from visitation at Lancaster County Prison after wearing underwire bras

LANCASTER, Pa. - Some female visitors to Lancaster County Prison say they are confused by what appears to be policy changes on what can be worn to visitation hours with inmates, saying they recently were denied entry because they were wearing underwire bras. → Read More

Lancaster backyard basketball court needs an assist from community

LANCASTER, Pa. - Dropping a dime, a slang term for providing an assist, is a fairly common occurrence on a basketball court. Dave Porter, a homeowner who has run Tornado Alley, a basketball court in his backyard dedicated to keeping at-risk youth off the streets for the past 15 years, is hoping people drop plenty of dimes (and dollars, too) to help him keep the court open. → Read More

Northeastern High School students honor fallen Deputy U.S. Marshal Christopher Hill

MANCHESTER, Pa. - Students and families from Northeastern and Dallastown high schools Friday honored the family of fallen Deputy U.S. Marshal Christopher Hill, whose children attend school in the Northeastern York School District. → Read More

With warming temperatures on the way, Central PA drivers brace for potholes

SPRINGETTSBURY TWP., Pa. - As warmer temperatures make their way into central Pennsylvania, the conditions are becoming ripe for potholes, although in some cases, they have already formed. → Read More

Communities on Susquehanna River see some damage from ice jams

LOWER WINDSOR TWP., Pa. - Communities on both sides of the Susquehanna River in York and Lancaster counties suffered some minor damage from ice jams Tuesday. In Columbia, a park bench and tree were uprooted and a light pole was bent at the borough's River Park. → Read More

Lebanon County man and his dog ensure drug-free homes, businesses

S. ANNVILLE TWP., Pa. - A Lebanon County man and his dog are working to ensure homes and businesses remain drug-free by alerting people to the presence of drugs.Sadie is a Labrador/German Shepherd mix with a gift for locating drugs. → Read More

Red Lion votes again to use eminent domain in parking lot dispute

RED LION, Pa. - Borough Council once again voted to use eminent domain Monday in a property dispute with a neighboring business owner, but this time, the verdict may last. → Read More

Gov. Wolf issues disaster declaration against heroin and opioid addiction

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Calling heroin and opioid addiction one of the worst health crises in decades, Governor Tom Wolf Wednesday signed a statewide disaster declaration that allows the state to do more to fight the drug epidemic. → Read More

Transource announces proposed pathways for York, Franklin County power lines

FAWN TWP., Pa. - The company that is responsible for building two power lines to transport electricity from Pennsylvania to other states in the region has announced the proposed pathways for those lines. → Read More

Construction on Mariner East 2 pipeline suspended by Dept. of Environmental Protection

SILVER SPRING TWP., Pa. - The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Wednesday ordered the immediate suspension of construction on the Mariner East 2 pipeline, citing a series of violations that have taken place. → Read More