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Periods of rain today with more snow expected tonight

It's a slick morning commute as snow and ice fell and accumulated overnight.

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Traffic flows and road conditions

Rick Edwards reports from the 69News Traffic Center

Matt's Morning Forecast

It's a slick morning commute as snow and ice fell and accumulated overnight. That transition occurred overnight and now temperatures will warm enough to support rain throughout the day.

Snowy highway

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Fatal on Rt 33 in Stockertown

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Coroner called to crash on Rt. 33 in Stockertown

A deadly accident in Northampton County leaves at least one person dead.

Scott Shearer of PFM explains new borrowing and debt refinancing to Bethlehem City Council.

Bethlehem City Council takes 1st votes to change firearms laws

Guns and money were on the agenda for action by Bethlehem City Council Tuesday night.

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Wolf seeks billions in higher taxes for schools, tax revamp

Gov. Tom Wolf is asking Pennsylvania lawmakers to approve $4 billion in higher taxes and new taxes to help boost school aid.

Pa reisdents react to Gov Wolf s proposed budget

Pa residents react to Gov. Wolf's proposed budget

The governor's budget proposal certainly has people talking.

Police investigating Pottsville homicide

Police investigating deadly shooting inside Pottsville home

Police in Pottsville, Schuylkill County, have a homicide investigation on their hands.

Life Lessons: From martial arts to art of business

Imagine a tough client meeting at work, and it’s not going well. Now imagine tapping into your skills as a Japanese martial arts student to shift the energy into a successful negotiation.

Tsarnaev trial jury selection

Art Lien

Opening statements to begin in Tsarnaev trial

Almost 23 months after a pair of ghastly explosions at the Boston Marathon, opening statements will begin Wednesday in the trial of accused bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev.

Their remarks will bring back vivid memories of the carnage caused by two pressure coo...

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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left a partisan Congress roiling in the wake of his controversial speech on Tuesday, with Republicans and Democrats largely split on how the dramatic address was received.

 

Missing Persons

Suicidal teen reported missing

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Police in Berks County are asking the public's help to find a teen who may want to harm himself.

Police looking for missing Allentown woman

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Allentown police say they are looking for a woman who has been missing since April.

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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress on Tuesday and many Democrats skipped the speech. Here's a closer look at the controversy surrounding the Israeli leader's visit.

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Bethlehem City Council takes 1st votes to change firearms laws

Scott Shearer of PFM explains new borrowing and debt refinancing to Bethlehem City Council.
BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Guns and money were on the agenda for action by Bethlehem City Council Tuesday night.

Wolf seeks billions in higher taxes for schools, tax revamp

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HARRISBURG, Pa.

Gov. Tom Wolf is asking Pennsylvania lawmakers to approve $4 billion in higher taxes and new taxes to help boost school aid.

Stroudsburg nursing home raising money for TVs

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STROUDSBURG, Pa.

Pleasant Valley Manor in Stroudsburg has started an on-line campaign to raise money to purchase flat screen TVs for its residents who cannot afford one.

Political party vote could go to Whitehall voters

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    On this day: March 4

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