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Kerry in Philadelphia: Iran deal 'will get the job done'

United States Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Philadelphia on Wednesday, seeking public and congressional support for the Iran nuclear deal.

Friends family gather for Darryl Dawkins funeral services

Hundreds say final goodbye to Darryl Dawkins

He was larger than life, both in stature and in personality, and Wednesday, hundreds gathered to say a final farewell to NBA great Darryl Dawkins.

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Parents distraught after memorial removed, replaced with note

The parents of a young woman who was killed in a car crash are distraught after her memorial was removed and replaced with an anonymous note.

Human waste spill closes Route 443 in Schuylkill County

An overturned trailer closed Route 443 in Schuylkill County Wednesday morning, spilling human waste along the road.

Police Man did drugs fought cop stole cruiser

Police: Man did drugs, fought cop, stole cruiser

A police officer was left bruised and battered after being assaulted by a man in Berks County, authorities said.

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Bethlehem police catch large snake in backyard

Bethlehem police with snake
BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Detective Justin Madera and Sgt. Michelle Kott pose with a large snake Bethlehem police captured Tuesday afternoon

Easton Area School District honors three employees

Easton Area School District
EASTON, Pa.

Three employees have been honored by Easton Area School District for their dedication and commitment toward helping others in need.

Bethlehem Council hears Moravian College proposal

Moravaian College new buildng
BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Changes that will allow Moravian College to construct a new Hall of Health Sciences on its campus in Bethlehem were the subject of two public hearings held by City Council Tuesday night.

Loan OK'd for purchase, development of former Glidden site

Old Glidden Paints site in Reading

Jon Rodriguez/69 News

HARRISBURG, Pa.

A state loan will help paint a brighter picture for one Reading neighborhood.

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    Bexar County Sheriff via CNN

    Texas police review videos of fatal shooting

    A second video shows a Texas man with "something in his hand" before he was fatally shot by deputies, Bexar County Sheriff Susan Pamerleau said Wednesday.

    "We believe it was a knife," the sheriff told reporters.

    The video, filmed by a neighbor, shows s...

 
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Pennsylvania State Police searching for missing Monroe County man

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Donald Joseph Lemke was reported missing by family members Tuesday afternoon

Missing Lansdale resident has been found

Wayne Lundquist, a 73-year-old Lansdale resident missing since Friday, has been found.

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    Notable deaths of 2015

    Here is a list of some of the notable public figures, athletes, musicians, artists and actors we've lost in 2015.

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Bethlehem police catch large snake in backyard

Bethlehem police with snake
BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Detective Justin Madera and Sgt. Michelle Kott pose with a large snake Bethlehem police captured Tuesday afternoon

Easton Area School District honors three employees

Easton Area School District
EASTON, Pa.

Three employees have been honored by Easton Area School District for their dedication and commitment toward helping others in need.

Bethlehem Council hears Moravian College proposal

Moravaian College new buildng
BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Changes that will allow Moravian College to construct a new Hall of Health Sciences on its campus in Bethlehem were the subject of two public hearings held by City Council Tuesday night.

Loan OK'd for purchase, development of former Glidden site

Old Glidden Paints site in Reading

Jon Rodriguez/69 News

HARRISBURG, Pa.

A state loan will help paint a brighter picture for one Reading neighborhood.

 

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  • Instrument of Surrender of Japan, World War II

    U.S. Army Signal Corps

    On this day: September 2

    London burns, Atlanta falls to Union forces, Japan surrenders to end World War II, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame celebrates its opening with a star-studded jam, all on this day.

 
 

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