HARRISBURG – PSECU says whoever’s responsible for a text and telephone scam probably generated phone numbers at random or purchased a list of numbers from somewhere.
HARRISBURG – Almost 1,000 people from throughout Central Pennsylvania participated in the annual Harrisburg Out of the Darkness Community Walk Saturday.
HARRISBURG – Police say their investigation into what caused a fire in a vacant house uncovered an illegal marijuana growing operation.
HARRISBURG – A $3.5 million state grant will help a city-based property group restore blighted Midtown buildings.
HARRISBURG – It’s the 100th anniversary of the Kipona Festival. The city is almost doubling security at this year’s event after the mayhem and violence last year.
HARRISBURG – For the first time, Mayor Eric Papenfuse discussed the officer-involved shooting death of Earl “Shaleek” Pickney and said he is committed to getting police body cameras.
HARRISBURG — A 23-year-old Ukrainian man who faked his name and age to attend a Pennsylvania high school has pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges.
HARRISBURG – The log isn’t thorough, but ABC27 is learning more about the shooting of a 20-year-old uptown man by police a week and a half ago.
HARRISBURG – A coroner says the man shot and killed by city police was struck by a single bullet that entered the front of his chest.
HARRISBURG – Court records show a man shot and killed by police Sunday made previous threats to his mother and that she had filed for a Protection from Abuse order against her son.
HARRISBURG – Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Governor’s Mansion on Monday following the police-involved shooting death of 20-year-old Earl Pinckney.
HARRISBURG — Authorities say a 20-year-old man was holding a knife to his mother’s throat before a police officer shot him once and killed him inside the bedroom of the family’s Harrisburg home Sunday.
HARRISBURG – Since the Department of Environmental Protection released its report stating a four-mile section of the Susquehanna River has been listed as “impaired for recreation,” many boaters and fishers are still getting in the water.
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HARRISBURG — One man is dead after a shooting in Harrisburg.
HARRISBURG – A length of concrete in the Susquehanna River is blamed for a number of deaths and near-deaths.
HARRISBURG — Mayor Eric Papenfuse talked at the Hispanic Community Center on Monday night about how violent crime hit close to home.
HARRISBURG – Temperatures are soaring, and people are trying to beat the heat. Many of those affected are in the homeless population and are coming to the Bethesda Mission to cool off.
HARRISBURG – A group of people joined hands outside the Bethesda Mission Saturday morning and then marched on the streets against crime and violence.
HARRISBURG – With only a few days left before NFL teams report for training camps, LeSean McCoy came back home to Harrisburg for a few days.
HARRISBURG – Pat Ford stopped by the Third Street Café on Monday afternoon like she typically does.
Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse raised eyebrows after making a controversial statement at a violence forum Thursday night.
HARRISBURG – Many people think of homelessness as a winter issue, but the Bethesda Mission has seen about a 14 percent increase in people at their shelters this summer.
A group of Pennsylvania teachers became students when the lessons turned to what schools can do to reduce polluted runoff and improve the Commonwealth’s water quality. The two-day session was sponsored by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Susquehanna Watershed Education Program.
Dauphin County will soon launch a new program to combat a heroin epidemic that drug and alcohol officials predict will get worse this fall.