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Gunshots rang out over the steadily piped in background music of the mall at Park City Center in Lancaster, turning what would have been an ordinary Sunday into one of “total chaos and panic” for shoppers and employees sent fleeing for cover.
A federal judge on Monday determined that Samuel Lazar continues to pose a danger and therefore will remain locked up as he awaits trial for his Jan. 6 activities outside the U.S. Capitol.
Update: Videos show Park City shooting aftermath, intervening bystander; employees, customers describe the scene
Gov. Tom Wolf this week confirmed a Black woman as deputy commissioner of staff for the Pennsylvania State Police, the first such appointment in the agency’s 116 year history.
Three state Superior Court judges are hearing arguments at the Lancaster County courthouse Wednesday and Thursday as an educational community outreach of sorts.
The federal government has endangered Samuel Lazar, the Ephrata man federal authorities charged in July for his actions during the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, by making an unsubstantiated claim that he is a danger to Black people, his attorney argued in court on Tuesday.
As the curtains fell on the Roots and Blues festival in February 2019, rumblings about vendors and musicians having trouble getting paid began to grow.
A Lancaster County jury convicted Rahmir Hopkins of third-degree murder Thursday afternoon in the shooting death of Luis Perez two years ago in Lancaster.
A woman accused of letting her teenage children host numerous parties that involved underage drinking and marijuana use at her former Manheim Township home has entered a probation program to resolve criminal charges.
What began as a “pointless argument” stemming from a look that “lasted a second too long” between a Lancaster man and three other males ended with the man’s death when he was fatally shot in the back, a prosecutor told a Lancaster County jury on Monday.
One of the youngest people ever to be charged with homicide in Lancaster County is scheduled to stand trial starting today.
A Lancaster man pleaded guilty Friday to charges related to injuring a police officer last summer when he drove away as the officer was trying to arrest him on a DUI warrant.