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4 York County officers shot and injured in overnight manhunt

Faithful come together for wounded York County officers 1:18

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York County Sheriff’s Office releases names of 4 police officers shot during domestic violence ‘ambush’ 3:17

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  • Graham tells York Co. 'Trump is going to surprise us on immigration'

    U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham told a group of leaders from York County that illegal immigrants should be able to "get right with the law" and become "valuable to the country." Graham said he believes President Trump will "surprise everybody on immigration" by finding solutions that presidents Obama and George W. Bush couldn't find. Graham talked about block grants for health care, climate change and education, among others.

U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham told a group of leaders from York County that illegal immigrants should be able to "get right with the law" and become "valuable to the country." Graham said he believes President Trump will "surprise everybody on immigration" by finding solutions that presidents Obama and George W. Bush couldn't find. Graham talked about block grants for health care, climate change and education, among others.
U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham told a group of leaders from York County that illegal immigrants should be able to "get right with the law" and become "valuable to the country." Graham said he believes President Trump will "surprise everybody on immigration" by finding solutions that presidents Obama and George W. Bush couldn't find. Graham talked about block grants for health care, climate change and education, among others.

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Faithful come together for wounded York County officers 1:18

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York County Sheriff’s Office releases names of 4 police officers shot during domestic violence ‘ambush’ 3:17

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York Co. Sheriff releases names of 4 officers shot during ‘ambush’ 3:16

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Fun in the snow: York County residents share their videos (updated) 1:38

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  • Roads icy and dangerous in York County Thursday morning

    Many roads in York, Chester and Lancaster counties and around the region remain icy and dangerous Thursday morning after an overnight freeze, emergency officials said. Many main roads are in good shape, but secondary roads and neighborhood streets may be icy.