>>Great American Outdoor Show Cancelled For 2021
(Harrisburg, PA) -- Organizers are pulling the plug on the 2021 Great American Outdoor Show. The show, put together by the NRA and held at the PA Farm Show Complex, draws more than eleven-hundred vendors and exhibitors annually. They did announce the 2022 show will be held during the first full week of February that year.
>>Man From Enola Accused Of Sexual Assault
(East Pennsboro Twp., PA) -- A man from Enola is accused in a sexual assault earlier this month in East Pennsboro Township. Luiz Cruz is accused of attacking a woman in a grassy area behind a strip mall October 7th after the two had met up on the 300 block of East Penn Drive. It’s believed the two met on Facebook Marketplace.
>>Police Searching For Missing Susquehanna Township Man
(Susquehanna Twp., PA) -- Police are continuing to search for a missing Susquehanna Township man. Kyle Green hasn’t been seen since Monday night, leaving behind his vehicle, cell phone, and key to his apartment according to police. The day before police say he was taken to Holy Spirit Hospital with what staff thought was a bipolar disorder.
>>P-A Department Of Health Adds Over Two Thousand More COVID-19 Cases
(Harrisburg, PA) -- The state Department of Health is reporting over two-thousand new COVID-19 cases across P-A. Thursday’s announcement brings the total number of confirmed or probable cases to 188-thousnad-360 since the start of the pandemic. There were 30 more deaths reported related to coronavirus complications.
>>Owner Of Former Hershey Road Family Restaurant Facing Tax Evasion Charges
(West Hanover Twp., PA) -- Several months after closing the Hershey Road Family Restaurant, the owner is being hit with tax evasion charges. Scott Levy is accused of filing false personal returns in 2016 and 2017. That led to him underpaying his taxes by $51,000, according to the accusations. Pennlive reports Levy didn’t collect and pay nearly $180,000 in federal income, FICA, and Federal Unemployment taxes for his employees between 2014 and 2018. The restaurant closed in July.
>>Lancaster PD Internal Review Clears Officer
(Lancaster, PA) -- An internal review by Lancaster Police has cleared an officer involved in a shooting last month. The officer shot and killed 27-year-old Ricardo Munoz while responding to a domestic disturbance September 13th. Body cam video shows Munoz chasing the officer while wielding a knife. The investigation included a review of investigative reports, interviews, video, and 911 calls.
>>Vandals Burn, Steal Presidential Campaign Flags, Signs
(Shillington, PA) -- Vandals in Shillington are responsible for separate incidents where presidential campaign signs or banners have been stolen or damaged. First responders were called to the scene on Second Street Wednesday night for a report that four girls had set fire to a Trump campaign symbol near the street. Just houses away, surveillance images captured someone taking down a man's Trump flag about a month ago. In Muhlenburg Township, young people were seen on camera ripping down a woman's Biden flag. Several similar incidents have been reported. No one has been charged in any of the incidents.
>>Police Investigating Reading Shooting
(Reading, PA) -- Police are investigating a shooting in Reading. The shooting happened last night near North Fourth and Walnut streets. Early reports say a man was wounded in the leg, but the victim's condition is unknown. It's not clear if any arrests have been made.
>>Berks Warns Of Extra Weekend Traffic At Ag Center
(Berks County, PA) -- Berks County officials are warning of extra weekend traffic at the Ag Center. The center is the site of the county's 2020 household hazardous waste collection program Saturday and Sunday. The mail-in ballot drop box at the location will be open Saturday morning.
>>Pennsylvania COVID-19 Cases Continue To Rise
(Lehigh, PA) -- COVID-19 cases are continuing to rise throughout Pennsylvania. The state added more than two-thousand new cases to the total yesterday, pushing it over 188,000.
30 new deaths related to the virus were added to the death toll, which is close to 8,600.
>>Joe, Jill Biden Coming To Pennsylvania Saturday
(Lehigh, PA) -- Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is coming to Pennsylvania tomorrow. Joe and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, are scheduled to visit Bucks County and Luzerne County, but no other details were given on exactly where and what time. However, campaign officials say they plan to speak about building back the economy better for working families and encouraging Pennsylvanians to make a plan to vote.
>>New York Governor Discouraging Travel Between There And Pennsylvania
(Blakeslee, PA) -- New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is discouraging non-essential travel between his state and Pennsylvania due to surging cases of COVID-19. Monroe County business owners are worried about the news as some say a travel advisory would hurt businesses in the area that rely on interstate income. Others even went on saying those businesses may not survive another shutdown.
>>Governor Calling For Liquor License Fees Waivers
(Harrisburg, PA) -- In an effort to help bars and restaurants struggling amid the pandemic, Governor Tom Wolf is proposing to the Liquor Control Board to waive liquor licensing fees. Wolf says waiving these fees for restaurants, bars, clubs and hotels through 2021 would result in about $20-millions in relief for over 15-thousand businesses. If the board adopts his proposal, it could go into effect at the start of next year.