Need-To-Know: Friday's mid-morning wrap
Welcome to Friday!
The weather is predicted to be cloudy and cool in the morning, but sunnier and warmer in the afternoon. The morning begins in the low 60s rising to the low 70s around 1 p.m. The humidity is 71 percent, but there's a breeze.
The first 100 customers at Dunkin's new location on Saturday will receive free coffee.
Two people were killed in a lightening strike on Thursday near Pittsburgh.
In baseball, Glen Rock is "the" team for the Central League.
West York Area School District doesn't want a video showing a student being bullied released to the public.
A 20-year-old York City woman was shot on Wednesday.
Two police departments are talking about combining in the future.
The "Lunch and Learn Program" is being voted on after 50 people showed up to the West York Area School District meeting on Tuesday.
A 71-year-old Dillsburg-area woman who was accused of not taking care of her near-invalid husband and threatening to kill his daughter is out on bail.
Pennsylvania is suing Amazon for violating recording consent.
In York County, last year was the highest rate of deaths by car crash in a decade.
What else is happening?
A local bookstore makes changes and additions to survive in the era of reading online.
In volleyball, a Central York graduate was named NCAA Division III National Outside Attacker of the Year.
A 56-year-old East Manchester Township man was charged on Wednesday with having 200,000 images of child pornography.
The York City mayor took issue with a federal report about an alleged failure of the city fire department that resulted in the death of two firefighters in 2018.
A marine surprised his mom by appearing at the York Revolution game on Tuesday.
A 17-year-old will be charged as an adult for robbing someone at gunpoint in York City.
Instead of euthanizing experimental animals, more scientists are choosing retirement.