Jason Nark has been an enterprise reporter with the Daily News since 2008. He's covered just about everything and that's the way he likes it. He lives in South Jersey with his three kids and a dog, and likes to sleep in tents as much as possible.

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N.E. Pennsylvania woman wins U.S. Supreme Court case to keep grave seekers off her land

Citizens will now be able to file lawsuits over property rights directly in federal court, thanks to a 5-4 Supreme Court ruling in favor of Rose Mary Knick of Lackawanna.

‘These people haven’t had it this bad in a long time’: South Jersey cleans up after massive downpours

Areas hit by flooding in South Jersey were spared heavy downpours overnight, allowing rain swollen waterways to begin to subside and residents to begin assessing the damage.

On Saturday, ‘experience’ the Lancaster County farm where Harrison Ford’s ‘Witness’ was filmed

For $75, tourists will see a screening of the film and eat lunch on the farm where it was filmed.

Find a tick on your body? In Pa., you can get it tested — for free.

Pennsylvania has had the highest number of Lyme disease cases in the U.S. since 2000, with 7,457 in 2014 alone.

What does a night of Bigfoot hunting sound like? Jason Nark takes you along for the ride

Bigfoot is big in PA: According to the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, Pennsylvania is the third best state to have a Sasquatch sighting (behind the traditional stomping grounds of Washington and California).

Lots of people in Pennsylvania say they have seen Bigfoot. I went looking for it.

Pennsylvania has had the third-most Bigfoot sightings in the United States, behind Washington and California, according to a recent report.

Bigfoot researcher Stan Gordon

Stan Gordon, a bigfoot and UFO researcher, discusses his findings at the Bigfoot Camping Adventure in Fayette County, Pa.

Bigfoot howl

A competitor in the Bigfoot howling competition during the Bigfoot Camping Adventure in Fayette County, Pa.

Bigfoot night hike

Brian D. Parsons uses a thermal scanner for signs of life while a speaker blasts alleged Sasquatch screams during a night hike in Pennsylvania game lands.

A WWII naval disaster, the deadliest in U.S. history and one of its darkest secrets

When the Rohna sank in the Mediterranean on Nov. 26, 1943, it took more than 1,000 Americans with it, most from the Army Air Corps. But family members were kept in the dark for years about what happened.