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Lebanon County group works to get bikes to those in need

A new organization in Lebanon wants to get bikes in the hands of people that need them.

By Jeremy Long

The Lebanon County district attorney confirms city police gunshots are what killed a man after he opened fire on law enforcement

A man who broke into his stepfather’s house opened fire on responding police officers, killing one and wounding two other officers was killed by police.

By Michael Rubinkam/Associated Press

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Updated: April 1, 2022 | 9:30 pm

Lebanon police lieutenant, killed in line of duty, was about to retire

When Lieutenant William Lebo responded to a 911 call Thursday afternoon, he had 40 years of service behind him and just one month ahead until retirement.

By Brett Sholtis

1 police officer dead, 2 wounded in central Pennsylvania shooting: officials

One Lebanon City police officer was killed and two others were injured in a shooting Thursday that happened as they were responding to a report of a domestic disturbance, city officials said.

By Becky Metrick/PennLive

Latino groups push for bilingual trade schools in smaller Central Pennsylvania cities

A 40-year-old Latino organization in Lancaster is a model to help growing communities.
By Anthony Orozco

Advocates call for postponement of test for English learners

Advocates from the Philadelphia-based Education Law Center and other groups are pushing to postpone the exam, which is administered in person, since COVID-19 numbers remain high and the disease has disproportionately impacted immigrant, Black, and Latino families.

By Alanna Elder

Top stories of 2020: Protests drive new conversation about policing and racial justice in Pennsylvania

In the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, people across the commonwealth organized hundreds of protests this year, many for the first time.

By Alanna Elder