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Past articles by Lynda:

FOX43 Focal Point: Infertility — Egg freezing stops aging process, lets you build family when you are ready

FOX43 FOCAL POINT: INFERTILITY -- A soon-to-be mom is having her first child in her 40’s and credits the pregnancy to her frozen eggs. FOX43's Lynda Weed explains the process of egg freezing in our FOX43 Focal Point: Infertility. → Read More

FOX43 Focal Point: Infertility — Support groups provide space to build bonds, share experiences

FOX43 FOCAL POINT: INFERTILITY -- The goal of Infertility support groups is to provide a space where women can help women. FOX43's Lynda Weed attended a peer-led support group in York County for our FOX43 Focal Point: Infertility. The group is led by Stacey Lutter. → Read More

FOX43 Focal Point: Infertility — Breaking down the cost and process of infertility treatments

FOX43 FOCAL POINT: INFERTILITY - When it comes to figuring out what infertility treatment is right for you, there are many options to research. In our FOX43 Focal Point: Infertility, we’re breaking down the options and financial responsibility of some of the treatments that are available. → Read More

FOX43 Focal Point: Infertility – Morning Reporter Lynda Weed shares her story

FOX43 FOCAL POINT: INFERTILITY -- FOX43’s Lynda Weed is pregnant. Lynda and her husband are expecting a baby boy in October. However, that pregnancy did not come easy for Lynda. → Read More

FOX43’s Lynda Weed will emcee crab cake eating contest at Kipona Festival

DAUPHIN COUNTY -- The annual Crab Cake eating contest at Kipona in Harrisburg will return for the 4th year in a row. Kipona returns to Harrisburg's Riverfront Park over Labor Day weekend for the 103rd year in a row. The Crab Cake eating contest is hosted by Sherri's Crab Cakes and will take place on Labor Day at the Crab Cake stand near the Walking Bridge at Kipona. → Read More

Morning News reporter Lynda Weed reveals if she is having a baby boy or baby girl

YORK COUNTY -- FOX43 Morning Reporter Lynda Weed is expecting a bundle of joy and shared the gender on FOX43 Morning News. Lynda and her husband Tom are already raising their two boys Brady and Logan. Baby Weed is due at the end of October. → Read More

Judge grants state takeover of Harrisburg School District

DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.-- A judge has granted the state takeover of the Harrisburg School District. Both Harrisburg School District leaders and state representatives gathered inside the Dauphin County Courthouse this morning for a hearing about the district takeover. Around 8:45 a.m. → Read More

Morning News reporter Lynda Weed is pregnant, expecting baby in October

YORK COUNTY -- The FOX43 team has some news to share! The FOX43 Morning Team is getting a bit bigger. One of our own is happy to announce that she is expecting a baby boy or girl this fall. Our very own Lynda Weed will be adding one more "super hero" to her family of all boys. → Read More

Perry County Memorial Wall will add more personalized pavers to walking path

PERRY COUNTY, Pa.-- The creator of a memorial wall in Perry County is preparing to submit the next round of personalized bricks. The Perry County Memorial Wall located on State Road in Marysville was officially dedicated on Veteran’s Day and stands as a reminder of all the American soldiers who gave the ultimate sacrifice. → Read More

SoBol opens in Lancaster County, offering Acai Bowls and more

LANCASTER COUNTY -- SoBol is now open in Lancaster County. The restaurant, serving Acai Bowls and more is located in East Hempfield Township. The featured item on the menu is the Acai Berry, a super fruit that is packed with antioxidants. → Read More

Remains of Staff Sgt. Benjamin Hines being escorted to Arlington National Cemetery

DAUPHIN COUNTY -- A final farewell is held for the U.S. Marine and York County native killed last month in Afghanistan. The remains of Staff Sgt. Benjamin S. Hines are being escorted by police to his final resting place at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. The procession left the Dailey Funeral Home in Penbrook Borough, Dauphin County just after 5:30AM on Friday. → Read More

State Road Ramp in Lancaster County to close for several months

LANCASTER COUNTY -- The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is alerting drivers to a ramp closure in Lancaster County. Starting Monday, a contractor for PennDOT will close the State Road ramp to eastbound Route 283 and detour traffic for up to 260 days as interchange reconstruction work continues. → Read More

Dauphin County Commissioners to visit areas in Millersburg hit hard by storm

DAUPHIN COUNTY -- Dauphin County Commissioners are expected to tour storm-damaged sites in Millersburg. On Tuesday morning the commissioners and other safety officials will visit Ark Safety and Hebron United Methodist Church. Both Ark Safety and Hebron United Methodist Church were damaged during the storm Sunday into Monday. → Read More

Wolf Administration offers advice during Flood Safety Awareness Week

DAUPHIN COUNTY -- There are still a few days left of Flood Safety Awareness Week in Pennsylvania, March 25th - 30th. On Thursday the Wolf Administration and members of the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency will speak about spring and summer flooding threats and their plan to restore the state. → Read More

Throw an Ax at Stumpy’s Hatchet House in Lancaster County

LANCASTER COUNTY -- There is a new place to get in touch with your "primal" side in Lancaster County. Stumpy's Hatchet House is the newest place to throw an ax with friends. Stumpy's Hatchet House opened in earlier this year and is a BYOB destination located in Manheim Township. You are allowed to bring beer and wine with you to Stumpy's. → Read More

Trial begins for Perry County man charged with cold-case homicide from 1983

PERRY COUNTY -- A Perry County man is expected to stand trial in a cold-case crime starting Monday. Carl Rodgers is charged in the first-degree homicide of his wife from 1983. The trial is expected to start at 9:00AM Monday. For 34 years Debra Rodgers' death remained a cold-case. → Read More

Walmart getting rid of greeters, worrying disabled employees

MONROE TOWNSHIP -- The friendly faces you normally see wearing blue vests when you enter Walmart will soon be changing. Walmart officials confirm that greeters, many of whom are disabled, will be replaced by "customer hosts." The host program is one that was started at the retailer in 2015. → Read More

Snow starting to coat some roads in Carlisle, Cumberland County

CUMBERLAND COUNTY -- The first flakes have been spotted in Carlisle, Cumberland County. PennDOT drivers are on the road this morning and say they are prepared to clear the snow. → Read More

Special Olympics Pennsylvania searching for event volunteers

YORK COUNTY -- Special Olympics Pennsylvania will host its inaugural Indoor Winter Games on March 2nd and March 3rd at the York Expo Center. More than 650 athletes will compete in the first-if-its-kind event in York County. → Read More

Watch live ice-carving at Lititz Fire & Ice this weekend

LANCASTER COUNTY -- Things are heating up in Lititz, Lancaster County this weekend. Starting Friday, the streets downtown will be lined with 75 different ice sculptures. The 14th annual Lititz Fire & Ice festival kicks off with a downtown party starting at 5:00PM. → Read More