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Past articles by Jossie:

Local hairstylists are being cut off from their only source of income amid COVID-19 pandemic

Two hairstylists in York County discuss how their profession is taking a hard hit as the Governor of PA mandates non-essential business closures. → Read More

Family surprises 87-year-old grandmother at nursing home amid coronavirus

This family in York county surprised their grandmother who is in a nursing home for her birthday → Read More

Gun sales spike in Pennsylvania amid coronavirus outbreak

Many businesses are taking a hit during the pandemic, but gun sales and background checks are spiking across the PA. State police and local gun shops try to keep up → Read More

A Pennsylvania man & his 3-year-old daughter are out of coronavirus quarantine after returning from Wuhan China

Married, with a 3-year-old daughter, he says he was visiting his wife’s family in Wuhan, China for his mother-in-law’s funeral, when the coronavirus quickly starting → Read More

Police arrest man in connection to attempted child luring in Carlisle

Yahbrii Greer, 35, is facing 10 counts of luring a child into a motor vehicle without incident. → Read More

Clergy abuse survivors open up following Harrisburg Diocese bankruptcy filing

The Fortney sisters, who were abused by a trusted family priest, believe the bankruptcy filing is a cover-up. → Read More

Family seeking answers in 2009 hit-and-run cold case

Investigators say when she attempted to cross the 1300 block of Church Street, a car slammed into her. → Read More

RC Theatres in York County fails to comply with ADA regulations for the blind

Local man alleges discrimination after theater fails to provide descriptive audio headsets → Read More

Woman's body found in freezer: A look at the case one year later

Officials release new details in Warrington Township body in freezer case → Read More

Former Harrisburg Mayor Stephen Reed dies at 70

HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Stephen Reed, former Harrisburg Mayor, died Saturday at the age of 70 according to Reed's family. Reed tragically lost his battle to stage four prostate cancer. “He had undergone extensive treatment for that and just a few weeks ago that the treatment was not working unsuccessful and had spread to other parts of his body," said Randy King, former press secretary for Reed. → Read More

Chambersburg woman facing charges after extremely malnourished teen found weighing only 26 pounds

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa.-- A Chambersburg woman is facing charges after a 16-year-old in her care was found to be severely malnourished to the point where the teen weighed only 26 pounds. → Read More

New federal overtime rule goes into effect in Pennsylvania

Harrisburg, pa – Tens of thousands of people are expected to see a pay bump this year, thanks to a new federal overtime rule. The regulation is backed by The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry and applies to hourly employees who work more than 40 hours a week, as well as salaried workers making less than $35,500 a year. → Read More

PA Dept. of Agriculture warning Farm Show exhibitors following Strep Zoo outbreak at local farm

LANCASTER, Pa. -- A Lancaster County farm under quarantine following an outbreak of a disease that can be transferred to humans. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture alongside the U. → Read More

York police departments presented with new motorcycles

YORK, Pa. -- The York County Motor Fund is helping police officers in the area get the motorcycles they need. The fundraiser was held at Gift Horse Brewing Company in York and helped to raise money for the York County Motor Unit. → Read More

Man arrested in connection to police-involved shooting in York

YORK --A York man has been arrested in connection to a police-involved shooting on Monday. Donovain Saulisbury, 31, was shot by a police officer after he pointed a BB gun that resembled a semi-automatic weapon as officers were responding to a trespassing call at the Greyhound Bus Station in York. → Read More

The City of Harrisburg files $2.2 million eminent domain for former car dealership building

HARRISBURG, Pa. -- The City of Harrisburg is in a legal dispute over an eminent domain offer to a local business owner. The city has taken over the former Brenner Auto Dealership on Paxton and 19th street by filing a “Declaration of Taking” in the court of common pleas in exchange for $2.2 million. → Read More

Arrest made in connection to shooting and killing of 5-year-old York boy

YORK -- An arrest has been made in connection to shooting and killing of 5-year-old York boy. Previously: An investigation is underway in York after a 5-year-old boy is shot and killed in broad daylight. It happened Tuesday after 2:00 p.m. along the 200 block of East Philadelphia Street outside of an apartment building. → Read More

First-ever video gaming terminals at Rutter’s attracts crowds from across York County

MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, Pa. -- The first convenience store to have video gaming terminals in Pennsylvania is already proving to be a success. Rutter's in Manchester Township is attracting crowds of people 24-hours a day to take a chance at winning the big bucks. → Read More

Slanted utility pole in York creating concern among drivers

YORK, Pa. -- If you’ve driven along West King and Dublin Streets in York lately, you may have noticed something a little off. Some residents say a utility pole on the street is putting their safety on the line. → Read More

Neighbors react to arrest in connection to Tracy Kroh missing persons case

DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa -- The first arrest in connection to the disappearance of a Dauphin County Teenager is raising some concerns. 54-year-old Matthew Webster was arrested on Thursday for perjury in the Grand Jury proceeding in the case of 17-year-old Tracy Kroh of Halifax Township, who has been missing since August of 1989. → Read More