Need-To-Know: Wednesday's mid-morning briefing
Welcome to Wednesday!
It's supposed to be warm and sunny all day. Today started in the mid 60s and should end in the mid 60s with the warmest part of the day around 4 p.m. with temperatures reaching the high 70s. Looking at the forecast ahead, today would be the best day to be outside before the rain and possible thunderstorms come later this week.
A car crash on Monday killed a Red-Lion area woman forcing Springwood and Camp Betty Washington Roads to temporarily close.
A bill was proposed to change the dynamic between sports in public and private schools within Pennsylvania.
There were two separate accounts of gunfire in York City, and the police want your help to find the shooters.
Trump's plans for the Fourth of July is unclear, which is uncommon for the White House.
In baseball, the Patriots beat Blue Mountain on Tuesday.
A 31-year-old West York man was taken into custody on Tuesday for kidnapping.
A bill passed in the Pennsylvania Senate on Tuesday to provide schools with more armed security.
The York County Senior Games is taking place this week and among the participants is a 93-year-old bocce and shuffleboard lover.
In Central York School District, a debate simmers on whether or not non-residences should be allowed to have a say.
DreamWrights' musical production of "Rent" will include education of HIV/AIDS.
For lacrosse, four York College women were given the title "All-Americans."
The Pennsylvania State Police South Central Camp Cadet took place on Tuesday, so here's some photographs.
Important and/or interesting:
A Newberry Township man admitted he assaulted his wife and grandson but blamed them for "provoking him to the point of snapping."
Red Lion School District is giving out free lunches this summer to citizens under 18-year-old.
After the death of a York County Prison inmate, reporting gave incorrect information.
In the Chesapeake, there's too many blue catfish!
A 20-year-old Red Lion man added to his sexual assault history with a rape of another young girl.
The boys' volleyball season has ended, so what does the next season look like?