Need-To-Know: Wednesday's news briefing
Welcome to Wednesday!
The highlight in today’s weather is thunderstorms. It’s predicted to be in the high 70s to the high 80s with about 85% humidity. There’s around a 95% chance of thunderstorms throughout the day.
Pennsylvania representatives are introducing a bill to change school property taxes - learn more.
A 36-year-old West Manchester Township man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to leaving a car crash with his son and pressuring his girlfriend to lie to the police.
National Night Out was on Tuesday around York County — see the pictures from Dallastown Community Park.
Trump's words for unity are contradicted by his actions.
The York County Office of Children, Youth and Families are looking for volunteers - find out more.
Following the attacks in Ohio this week, the governor of Ohio asked state legislature on Tuesday to make laws requiring background checks for buying a gun and restricting people who can buy a gun.
In baseball, Conrad beats Hallam on Tuesday - check out the photos.
What is racism today?
Memorial Hospital is changing locations – from Spring Garden Township to West Manchester Township.
A fire in an apartment building displaced 13 people in York City on Tuesday.
Data shows the economy during Trump's American seem to be helping him in the 2020 election.
What else do I Need-To-Know?
Dr. Ivan Butler, a former chief of York Hospital's neurosurgery division, died on Friday - learn more.
A 21-year-old York City man was accused of shooting at a moving vehicle on Saturday, and he's charged with two accounts of aggravated assault.
Puerto Rico is looking for a new governor.
An update in York County food inspections - check it out.
A 20-year-old Hanover man assaulted a 64-year-old woman in a robbery, and on July 30, he was sentenced to three to six years in prison.
Author and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison died on Monday at age 88.
A robbery took place at a Hanover business on Saturday, and the police are looking for information - find out more.