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(Undated) -- Here's the latest news:LancasterPolice have the license plate of the person they believe fatally hit and killed a local pediatrician last Monday Lancaster police are sharing photos posted on Crimewatch of a man they believe to be a person of interest who has been seen walking naked in Lancaster. Hershey's has unveiled what could become a new favorite holiday dessert -- a giant nine-inch Reese's Thanksgiving Pie.

>>Police Have License Plate of Person Who Fatally Hit Pediatrician Then Left the Scene

(Lancaster, PA) --Lancaster Police have the license plate of the person they believe fatally hit and killed a local pediatrician last Monday. Police say the victim, Dr. Steven Killough, was by a white GMC Savana work van just before 6:00 p.m. at the intersection of West Chestnut and North Prince Streets. The doctor died Friday. Investigators say the driver initially stopped and moved Killough out of the road but then drove off. They're still asking for the public's help in finding out more information about the driver.

>>Sightings of Naked Man, Possibly Men, Still Happening in Lancaster

(Lancaster, PA) -- Lancaster police are sharing photos posted on Crimewatch of a man they believe to be a person of interest who has been seen walking naked in Lancaster. A lot of the sightings, which have been going on for the past month, have been taking place around Franklin and Marshall College. Police also say the man's been reported at least five times in three other areas around Lancaster. They now believe several men could be doing the same thing. The first incident happened on October 6 and the latest one happened just last week.

>>Two Injured in Separate Shootings in York

(York, PA) -- Police have arrested one person in a shooting that happened over the weekend in York. Matthew Logsdon was taken into custody after police said he told them he shot a man after a domestic argument. The victim was found near the 800 block of West Princess Street but was released from the hospital after treatment. No one has been arrested for the most recent shooting which happened in the 600 block of Edison Street shortly after 1:00 a.m. Sunday. The victim's name has not been released but police say they person was treated and released from the hospital. 

>>New COVID Cases In Pennsylvania Rise by Over 14,000

(Harrisburg, PA) -- The Pennsylvania Department of Health says there have been 14-thousand and one additional positive cases of COVID-19 in the state as of Sunday, November 14th. Also as of Sunday, there are just under 27-hundred people who have been hospitalized with COVID. Of those, over six hundred are in intensive care. The statewide positivity rate for the week ending November 11th stood at ten point three percent.

>>Hershey's Giant Reese's Pie Sold Out

(Hershey, PA) -- Hershey's has unveiled what could become a new favorite dessert for Thanksgiving, and it's already sold out. The company's giant 9-inch Reese's Thanksgiving Pie is the largest Reese's Peanut Butter cup ever and contains over three pounds of peanut butter and chocolate. Only three-thousand pies were available. Each cost about 45-dollars.


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