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Offensive lineman C.J. Thorpe lives by the same message of racial injustice that his did upon arriving at Penn State more than 30 years ago.

To draw attention and support for the Black Lives Matter movement in the wake of the death of George Floyd, Chambersburg citizens protested downtown.

Trump urged governors to use National Guard troops to control violence and warned if they didn't, he would deploy the U.S. military "and quickly solve the problem for them."

A 21-year-old woman says video shows she was kicked by an officer Saturday night.

A Waynesboro man was charged after police say they found multiple videos containing child pornography on his personal computer.

Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. for those not voting by mail. Races range from president to state House seats.

President Donald Trump is expected to announce Monday that he is ordering additional federal assets to help cities quell violence.

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Taylor Myers battles cystic fibrosis every day, but has still managed to earn all-state softball selections in each of her two seasons at Chambersburg

Sen. Casey: Repeal of Obamacare targets rural Pa.

New racial category could be added to Census, other forms

50 years after dropping out of #CASHS , a custodian was awarded an honorary diploma at his retirement. @CASDNews 

For the first time in school history, Wilson is fielding a baseball team.

Knox County Sheriff's Office detective Grayson Fritts made multiple references to his role in law enforcement during the hate-laced church sermon.

Parents rally in effort to get CASD board to keep Dusman at CASHS

Grumpy died from complications related to a urinary tract infection, the cat's publicist said.

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