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    Just snow showers tonight and Wednesday as storm meanders

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    Little accumulation expected here
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    Off-duty officer helps nab 4 for retail theft

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    An off-duty officer helped to arrest four people for shoplifting at a Cumberland County store after tailing their getaway car on Interstate 81, according to police.
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    Farmer heartbroken over missing deer Video included

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    A Lancaster County man is heartbroken after he said someone cut the lock to his deer pen to let the animals out.
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    Wolf will use own money for security team's needs

    Pennsylvania's governor-elect, Tom Wolf, plans to use his own money to rent office space for state police security officers while they are guarding him at his private residence, where he plans to live as governor. More>>

    Icy conditions lead to several crashes overnight

    Crash on I-83 near Second Street Crash on I-83 near Second Street
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    Sub-freezing temperatures and a steady, slick rain made for dangerous overnight road conditions. More>>

    Light show to help fund 5th grader's prosthetics Video included

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    Deven Jackson has a lot to look forward to this month; next weekend the self-proclaimed sports nut turns eleven and will get a chance to escort the Philadelphia Eagles out on the field when they take on his Giants. More>>

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    • Save on Eyeglasses

      Save on Eyeglasses

      Monday, December 8 2014 4:07 PM EST2014-12-08 21:07:58 GMT
      If you've got your eye on prescription eyeglasses, be prepared for sticker shock—frames, lenses, and protective coatings can add up to $500 or more. But Consumer Reports finds that you can save up to 40 percent on the cost of eyeglasses without sacrificing fashion.More >>
      If you've got your eye on prescription eyeglasses, be prepared for sticker shock—frames, lenses, and protective coatings can add up to $500 or more. But Consumer Reports finds that you can save up to 40 percent on the cost of eyeglasses without sacrificing fashion.More >>
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      Top Stick Vacs

      Monday, December 8 2014 4:04 PM EST2014-12-08 21:04:12 GMT
      Need a quick pick-me-up to keep your house looking nice for the holidays? Three new, lightweight stick vacuums from Shark and Dyson not only promise to do the trick but also claim to be as good or better than full-sized vacuums.More >>
      Need a quick pick-me-up to keep your house looking nice for the holidays? Three new, lightweight stick vacuums from Shark and Dyson not only promise to do the trick but also claim to be as good or better than full-sized vacuums.
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    • Safety Alert: Overuse of Acetaminophen

      Safety Alert: Overuse of Acetaminophen

      Monday, December 8 2014 3:57 PM EST2014-12-08 20:57:52 GMT
      Consumer Reports warns that the overuse of acetaminophen sends almost 80,000 people per year to emergency rooms and is now the leading cause of liver failure in this country.More >>
      Consumer Reports warns that the overuse of acetaminophen sends almost 80,000 people per year to emergency rooms and is now the leading cause of liver failure in this country.
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    • York County High School Makes Science Fun for All

      York County High School Makes Science Fun for All

      York County High School Makes Science Fun for All

      Monday, December 1 2014 9:15 AM EST2014-12-01 14:15:18 GMT
      At Dallastown Area High School, they arrived an hour early for the best seats for a Night of Science, presented by several of the school's faculty. "We get little kids and we get senior citizens," said physics teacher Mark Ilyes, organizer of the annual event. "We have a lot of our own students here at the high school and pretty much everybody in between." Unlike some classroom lectures and labs, this program features an hour of scientific principles presented in a fun format. And it's a hit ...More >>
      At Dallastown Area High School, they arrived an hour early for the best seats for a Night of Science, presented by several of the school's faculty. "We get little kids and we get senior citizens," said physics teacher Mark Ilyes, organizer of the annual event. "We have a lot of our own students here at the high school and pretty much everybody in between." Unlike some classroom lectures and labs, this program features an hour of scientific principles presented in a fun format. And it's a hit ...More >>
    • Bovine Intervention Inspires Adams County Artist

      Bovine Intervention Inspires Adams County Artist

      Bovine Intervention Inspires Adams County Artist

      Tuesday, November 25 2014 9:15 AM EST2014-11-25 14:15:24 GMT
      Eileen Hiler first picked up a paint brush 25 years ago as therapy, while recovering from breast cancer. When she did she wisely followed the advice of an artist friend. "You'll find your style if you find your subject," her friend told her. In those early days, the beaches of Ocean City, Maryland were her subject, drawing a loyal following from beach visitors. "They say my stuff always makes them smile," said Hiler. But her love for painting was put on hold in 1999 when her mother Lena's ...More >>
      Eileen Hiler first picked up a paint brush 25 years ago as therapy, while recovering from breast cancer. When she did she wisely followed the advice of an artist friend. "You'll find your style if you find your subject," her friend told her. In those early days, the beaches of Ocean City, Maryland were her subject, drawing a loyal following from beach visitors. "They say my stuff always makes them smile," said Hiler. But her love for painting was put on hold in 1999 when her mother Lena's ...More >>
    • Project Share's Mission adds P.E.T. Project

      Project Share's Mission adds P.E.T. Project

      Project Share's Mission adds P.E.T. Project

      Friday, November 21 2014 1:46 PM EST2014-11-21 18:46:17 GMT
      Project Share is a name well known in the Midstate for decades for helping others. And now the Carlisle facility has taken on an international mission. A "pet" project, so to speak. P.E.T. which stands for personal energy transportation, a gift of mobility for some of the millions around the world unable to walk.Darrell Beam heads a team of ninety volunteers building the hand-powered vehicles from scratch. "This at least gets those in need to where they can be mobile," said Beam. "That's why ...More >>
      Project Share is a name well known in the Midstate for decades for helping others. And now the Carlisle facility has taken on an international mission. A "pet" project, so to speak. P.E.T. which stands for personal energy transportation, a gift of mobility for some of the millions around the world unable to walk.Darrell Beam heads a team of ninety volunteers building the hand-powered vehicles from scratch. "This at least gets those in need to where they can be mobile," said Beam. "That's why ...More >>
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