York County students to return to classrooms, a kangaroo but not in a zoo

Harper Ho
York Dispatch
Teacher Lisanne Brown, center, has story time with students, Major Williamson, left, Yahya Elyamani, center, and Jazzmyn Malave at William Dick Elementary in North Philadelphia on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. Teachers and staff at the school took extraordinary measures to keep attendance high this school year despite the challenges of learning online. Brown dressed up as the school mascot every week and walked around the neighborhood to surprise students who had high attendance. (Heather Khalifa/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP)

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Hundreds of York County students will return to in-person classrooms this week. 

York County reached the most severe COVID-19 transmission rate based on the CDC's scale. This is the highest we've seen since May.

A York City officer who was suspended after allegedly reenacting George Floyd's murder continues to fight for his job.

Here's neat discovery and a nice spot. Scientists found a deer in Pennsylvania with COVID-19 antibodies and a was kangaroo seen frolicking in Lebanon County.

For real? A kangaroo?!?

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