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Body cam captures Warminster police officer saving man after dog attack

Warminster Township Police Officer Joseph Parell says he knew the clock was ticking. "I knew I had to do something and a Band-Aid was not going to fix this," he said. → Read More

PennDOT Opens Brand New Maintenance Facility in Plumsteadville

PennDOT crews are putting Old Man Winter on notice. → Read More

Bucks County murders: Jury deliberations to continue Thursday in Sean Kratz trial

The jury will continue deliberations on Thursday in the 2017 killings of four men in Bucks County. → Read More

Blue Mountain, Bear Creek Mountain Resort planning earliest openings ever

Officials at Blue Mountain say the goal each year is the open the slopes by Black Friday, but this wintry blast hitting the region is strong enough to turn on the snow guns, full blast, and open up this coming Saturday, November 16. → Read More

Sean Kratz an "idiot" who was terrified of "lunatic" cousin Cosmo DiNardo, lawyer says

The prosecutor called Kratz "cold-blooded." Kratz's own lawyer painted a decidedly different picture. → Read More

PennDOT crews are gearing up for winter

The official beginning of Winter is still weeks away, but PennDOT road crews are already geared up and prepared. → Read More

Federal authorities help take down violent drug gang in Reading, Pennsylvania

Federal, state, and local authorities gathered in Reading, Pennsylvania to announce that the so-called Trinidad Drug Gang's reign of terror is over. → Read More

Atlantic County Prosecutor announces arrests in 2 cold case murders

Bernesta Green says she was stunned after receiving word that an arrest was made 23 years after her son, Antojuan Huffin, was murdered in Atlantic City back in 1996. → Read More

DNA helps authorities arrest man for 2017 rape at Norristown Farm Park

A sex assault suspect is now behind bars after allegedly attacking a 19-year-old college student at a Norristown park more than two years ago. → Read More

Part of Route 420 closed after tractor trailer strikes bridge in Prospect Park, Pennsylvania

Part of Route 420 in Prospect Park remains closed down in both directions after a tractor trailer got jammed under a railway bridge. → Read More

Many questions remain after Berks County siblings found hanged

Nearly two weeks after authorities found a pair of young siblings hanging in the basement of their home, many questions remain unanswered. → Read More

Man angry at ex-girlfriend used drone to drop explosives, prosecutors say

Federal prosecutors say the man accused of being responsible for a string of explosions that terrified a small town in Northampton County was motivated by his anger toward an ex-girlfriend. → Read More

Souderton Area School District Contending With Ransomware Cyberattack

The Souderton Area School District has become the most recent apparent victim of a ransomware cyberattack that struck soon after the beginning of the new school year. → Read More

Broomall teen in medically-induced coma for mystery lung disease possibly linked to vaping

Len and Debbie Boclair of Broomall, Delaware County say they have been living a parent's nightmare over the past several days. → Read More

HURRICANE DORIAN 2019: People arriving in Philadelphia from Puerto Rico taking no chances

Hurricane Dorian caused limited damage in the northern Caribbean as it left the region and gathered strength late Wednesday, setting its sights on the U.S. mainland as it threatened to grow into a Category 3 storm. → Read More

Trump administration toughens rules on legal immigration

The new restrictions, set to go into effect in two months, apply to legal immigration. → Read More

Invasive species of crawfish found in Bristol waterways

Crawfish, crawdads, mudbugs. They have no shortage of nicknames, and now they have been found to be populating waterways in Bristol Township. → Read More

Invasive Species of Crawfish Found in Bristol Waterways

Aggressive yet delicious. → Read More

Officials warn of counterfeit cash circulating in Berks County

The proliferation of counterfeit money is certainly nothing new, but it is becoming an increasing concern in Berks County. → Read More

Easton, Pa. firefighters hospitalized after rescuing 2 people

It was right around 1:00 this morning when neighbors who live along the 100 block of South 8th Street in Easton started hearing some kind of commotion outside their homes. → Read More