Priscilla Liguori, abc27 WHTM

Priscilla Liguori

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Harrisburg, PA, United States

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Past articles by Priscilla:

Penn State College of Medicine leading project to help bridge gap between medical schools, health systems

Penn State College of Medicine has been awarded a grant to lead a collaborative network of medical schools. → Read More

Dauphin County to raise its Everyday Hero Challenge to support foster kids, CASA program

Dauphin County is raising its Everyday Hero Challenge Wednesday. → Read More

Judge to decide if former Penn State President Graham Spanier will start serving sentence for child endangerment

Wednesday, a judge will decide if former Penn State President Graham Spanier should start serving his sentence. → Read More

PA State System of Higher Ed. announces consolidation plans, public comment period begins

The PA State System of Higher Education’s Board of Governors announced their decision on consolidation plans. → Read More

A look at Northern York Co. Regional PD’s new virtual reality training equipment

Police shootings and body camera footage continue to dominate the headlines. → Read More

Individuals in Phase 1B now eligible to get COVID-19 vaccine

HARRISBURG, PA. (WHTM) — Pennsylvanians eligible for the coronavirus vaccine under Phase 1B can now get their shots. Phase 1B includes anyone who works in congregate settings not included in Phase 1A, first responders, correctional officers, USPS staff, grocery store workers, people receiving home and community-based services and clergy and essential support for houses of […] → Read More

Travel advisory issued in Scranton as UGI begins natural gas main work

SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — A travel advisory for drivers in part of Scranton. UGI is beginning natural gas main work Monday. → Read More

Playing with a purpose: young drummer aims to make a difference in York

A young drummer is bringing life to the streets of York by wowing people with impromptu performances. → Read More

Debate about Harrisburg mayoral candidate’s residence heads to court

The race for Harrisburg Mayor is heating up. Opponents are bringing one candidate to court Tuesday. → Read More

Midstate teachers begin to get their vaccines Wednesday

Teachers who work within the Capital Area Intermediate Unit are beginning to get vaccinated Wednesday. → Read More

CVS now administering COVID-19 vaccines at certain Central Pa. locations

CVS will start administering vaccines at certain locations starting Thursday. In Central Pennsylvania, those include East Pennsboro Township, York and Chambersburg. → Read More

Lancaster Co. commissioners to vote on mass vaccination site at Park City Center

Lancaster County Commissioners are expected to approve a mass vaccination site at their meeting Wednesday. → Read More

Local couple to be featured on HGTV House Hunters International

Two Central PA-natives are appearing on the hit HGTV show House Hunters International Wednesday night. → Read More

A breakdown of the COVID restrictions being lifted and those still in effect

At 8 a.m. Monday, Pennsylvania's three-week, temporary COVID mitigation efforts will be lifted. → Read More

Red Cross shares winter safety tips ahead of snowstorm

As Pennsylvania braces for snow, the American Red Cross is reminding people of winter safety tips. → Read More

State-funded programs seek security as lawmakers work to finish Pennsylvania’s budget

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Pennsylvania lawmakers have until the end of November to complete the state budget. A five-month plan was passed in June, as lawmakers assessed the impacts of the pandemic. That funding runs out in less than two weeks, leaving several state programs uncertain about their futures. There is expected to be a […] → Read More

Pa. Secretary of State update: few issues with in-person voting reported, record number of mail-in ballots received

The Pennsylvania Department of State says there have been few issues with in-person voting reported so far. → Read More

Lancaster Police respond to double shooting

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) — Lancaster County dispatchers confirm there was a double shooting overnight. It happened just before midnight Tuesday on the 500 block of Manor Street. There is no word on injuries or suspects, but we do know the coroner was called. Lancaster City Police remain at the scene. → Read More

Massachusetts man arrested for homicide in Carlisle

CARLISLE, Pa. (WHTM) — A man has been arrested after police say he killed a woman early Thursday morning. Around 3:21 a.m., Cumberland County dispatch received a call reporting a homicide. Police immediately responded to the 100 block of East High Street to investigate and possibly provide assistance. Officers found a man outside, later identified […] → Read More

Pennsylvania senator introduces bill cracking down on monument vandalism

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — A Pennsylvania senator is pushing back against people who may have qualms with monuments in the commonwealth. Right now there’s a national debate regarding what some monuments represent: a moment in history or racial intimidation. State Sen. Doug Mastriano is looking to shield all of the monuments, stating that American history […] → Read More