TOP HEADLINES 04/07


>>More Positive COVID-19 Cases Rise in Pennsylvania

(Harrisburg, PA) -- Pennsylvania is seeing a rise of more positive COVID-19 cases. The state's Department of Health reported more than 42-hundred new positive cases yesterday. There have now been over one-million-49-thousand confirmed positive cases in the state since the beginning of the pandemic. About 22-hundred people are currently hospitalized with the coronavirus, and of those cases, 427 patients are being treated in the intensive care unit.

>>Artsfest in Harrisburg to Return Next Month

(Harrisburg, PA) -- The Artsfest in Harrisburg is going to be returning this year, but it will be held in a new spot. The city announced yesterday that the 53rd annual Artsfest is scheduled to take place from May 29th to May 31st. While it is normally held along Riverfront Park, it is going to be held on City Island this year because of the ongoing pandemic. Organizers say there will also be fewer vendors at the festival and there will be designated entry and exit points. Visitors are being encouraged to wear face masks and maintain social-distancing.

>>Police Searching for Missing York County Woman

(Windsor, PA) -- Police are asking the public for help with finding a missing woman in York County. Thirty-seven-year-old Stacy Lynn Snyder has been missing since this past holiday weekend. Officials say they believe she may be in danger and may be traveling in the Windsor-Craley area of the county. Anyone with any information on her whereabouts is being asked to contact Pennsylvania State Police or call 9-1-1 immediately.

>>Crash in Lebanon County Kills One Man and Child

(Lebanon, PA) -- Two people are dead after a crash in Lebanon County. The accident happened this past Monday evening on Quentin Road in Lebanon. Police say a vehicle traveling north on the road swerved into the south-lane of travel before hitting another vehicle head-on. A 12-year-old boy was pronounced dead at the scene and a 41-year-old man died from his injuries at the hospital.

>>Suspect Involved in Shooting in Harrisburg Taken into Custody

(Harrisburg, PA) -- A man accused of shooting a person in Harrisburg is now behind bars. Omar Saez-Ramos was arrested yesterday at a residence in the 900 block of Norwood Street in the city. He is being accused of being involved in a shooting that occurred this past Monday in the one-thousand block of North 12th Street. Saez-Ramos is currently being held at Dauphin County Prison on 50-thousand-dollar bail and his preliminary hearing is scheduled to take place April 26th.