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>>Dauphin County Awarded CARES Act Funding To Battle Homelessness

(Harrisburg, PA) -- Several organizations in Dauphin County are being awarded some money from Emergency Solutions Grant CARES Act funding to help battle homelessness. Governor Tom Wolf announced yesterday that Capital Area Coalition on Homelessness, Latino Connection and Valley Youth House in Dauphin County will be given more than 177-thousand-dollars. You can find more information on the funding by going to dced.pa.gov.

>>Another Code Orange Air Quality Action Day Issued For Central P-A

(Harrisburg, PA) -- The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is issuing another Code Orange Air Quality Action Day. The ordinance will be in effect today for fine particulate matter in Dauphin, York, Lancaster, Cumberland and Lebanon counties. Young children, the elderly and those with respiratory problems are being encouraged to limit outdoor activities while the Code Orange Air Quality Action Day is in effect.

>>Man Killed After Exchanging Gunfire With State Troopers In Dauphin County

(West Hanover Township, PA) -- A man is dead after he exchanged gunfire with state troopers in Dauphin County. The incident happened yesterday morning outside Mitchell Shuller's home in the seven-thousand-block of Fishing Creek Valley Road in West Hanover Township. Police say Shuller was firing a gun towards neighboring homes when troopers engaged him, and he began firing in their direction which prompted the officers to fire back. State Police are still investigating the situation.

>>Police Investigating Bank Robbery In York County

(Hanover, PA) -- Police are investigating a bank robbery in York County. The robbery happened Monday afternoon at a B-B-and-T Bank on Baltimore Street in Hanover. Police say the suspect is a white male who was wearing glasses, a black jacket, black pants, white shoes, a New York Mets baseball cap and a face mask. Anyone with any information is being asked to contact the Penn Township Police Department.

>>Pennsylvania Reports More COVID-19 Cases

(Harrisburg, PA) -- Pennsylvania is seeing more COVID-19 cases. The state's Department of Health reported 569 new positive cases yesterday. Ten more people also passed away due to complications of the coronavirus.

>>No One Hurt After Tractor Trailer Overturns On I-81

(Harrisburg, PA) -- No one is reportedly hurt after a crash involving a tractor trailer on Interstate 81 in Susquehanna Township. It happened yesterday evening in the northbound lanes with a tractor trailer on overturning on an exit ramp. It’s unclear what led to the wreck.

>>Jurassic Encounters Exhibit Opens In Harrisburg Friday

(Harrisburg, PA) -- Don’t be alarmed if you see dinosaurs around Harrisburg later this week. Jurassic Encounters drive-thru exhibit opens Friday at the Farm Show Complex, allowing visitors an up-close-and-life-sized look at what had roamed the Earth. The exhibit will be open Wednesdays through Sundays through August 13th.

>>Sens Fall To Portland, Rehabbing Red Sox Ace

(Portland, ME) -- The Harrisburg Senators’ visit to Portland, Maine begins with a not-so-warm welcome from a rehabbing ace. The Sens fell to the Sea Dogs and Red Sox lefty Chris Sale, who struck out six and didn’t allow a hit in three-and-two-thirds innings of work in front of a sellout crowd. They play again this evening.


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