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Alligator Found Roaming Produce Section Inside Pennsylvania Supermarket

In a supermarket produce section, you expect to find apples, bananas and grapes. But how about an alligator?

09/12/2014

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Monkeys Rescued From Pa. Home Now Living In Texas Sanctuary

Two monkeys rescued along with about 50 other wild and domesticated animals from a central Pennsylvania home last month are now residents of the Lone Star State.

02/13/2014

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Monkeys, Skunks And Other Animals Removed From Central Pa. Home

Criminal charges are pending against a central Pennsylvania woman after police said they found more than 50 wild and domesticated animals living in filthy conditions at her home.

02/03/2014

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25-Year-Old Soldier From Carlisle Killed In Attack In Afghanistan

The Department of Defense announced today the death of four soldiers who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.

10/08/2013

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New Vette Featured At Central Pa. Corvette Show This Weekend

It’s not often a brand new Corvette makes the scene, but this weekend it will take center stage at Corvettes at Carlisle.

08/24/2013

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Coroner: Pa. Woman Strangled With Cord While In Hospital

The suspicious death was reported at Holy Spirit Hospital in East Pennsboro Township on Feb. 28.

05/31/2013

National Sandwich Month

Central Pa. Town To Debate Lifting Longstanding Ban On Food Carts

Jason Turner sells falafels from a bicycle cart. His business, called Unlawful Falafel, skirts the current law by selling on private property.

05/30/2013

Pennsylvania Lawyer Suspended, Blames Video-Game Addiction

A Pennsylvania lawyer blamed an addiction to video games for the sloppy legal work that’s cost him a three-year suspension.

08/19/2011

Suspect Gives 2 Forms Of ID Before Robbing Bank

Police say a man tried to open an account before robbing a central Pennsylvania bank, but only after he’d already handed over two forms of identification.

03/21/2011

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