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The Lebanon County Domestic Relations office has released a list of people it is seeking for past-due child support.
A North Lebanon Township man was sentenced Wednesday to nine months to years in Lebanon County prison for stealing jewelry and other items from a North Lebanon home in July.
The National Weather Service in State College has issued a wind advisory for Lebanon and surrounding counties beginning 5 p.m. Wednesday night and continuing until noon Thursday.
South Annville Township police Chief Ben Sutcliffe said a 14-year-old eighth-grade boy was arrested and charged with making terroristic threats after he was overheard saying he was going to shoot people at the school.
That's because Tuesday marked the end of a three-week period when Republicans and Democrats running for office had to collect signatures on nominating petitions in order to appear on the primary ballot May 20. This year, 165 seats on both the Lebanon County Democratic and Republican committees are in play.
As state officials closed the door Tuesday on candidate petitions for Pennsylvania's May 20 primary ballot, Republican Gov. Tom Corbett faced not only a critical crowd of would-be Democrat challengers, but now a GOP foe at the opposite end of the political spectrum.
Snow geese numbers skyrocketed on Tuesday at the Pennsylvania Game Commission's Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area on the Lancaster-Lebanon county line at Kleinfeltersville.
Lebanon County Commissioner Jo Ellen Litz announced her candidacy for governor on the steps of the State Capitol in Harrisburg last July.
Court documents are revealing new details about what happened in a deadly Lebanon County shooting and the ensuing police chase.
Akeita Harden, 29, left, of Lebanon, and Rick Lavar Cannon, 34, of Harrisburg, have both been charged with criminal homicide in connection to a double fatal shooting that occurred in South Lebanon Township.
Police have identified two people jailed for criminal homicide and other charges after a shooting Monday morning in South Lebanon Township.
Dauphin County Democratic Committee chose not to endorse State Representative Patty Kim for reelection.
Susquehanna Township School District's superintendent wants to know the identity of the people writing things about her on PennLive, official website of Harrisburg's The Patriot-News.
Jerry Wayne Ricks, 34, formerly of 1859 Spring Road in North Middleton Township, also faces charges of criminal use of a communication facility and obscene and other sexual materials and performances, according to township police.
Maurice Rucker, 29, of York, was taken into custody Monday on charges of reckless endangerment, unlawful possession of a firearm, and carrying a firearm without a license, police said.
A woman was rescued after she went out on the ice covering the Susquehanna River near the Market Street bridge in Harrisburg this afternoon.