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2 PSP troopers hurt during manhunt

Troopers injured during Frein search

Two State Troopers were hurt during the Eric Frein manhunt Wednesday night.

Frein search delays hunting season

Game Commission bans hunting in manhunt search area

With just three days until the start of bow season in Pennsylvania, the Game Commission has restricted hunting in areas in the northeastern region of the state, as the search for Eric Frein continues.

Trooper accidentally shot by another trooper

Police: Trooper accidentally killed by fellow Trooper

The shot that killed a Pennsylvania State Police Trooper on Tuesday afternoon was accidentally fired by another PSP member, authorities confirmed.

Delta Thermo plans shut down

Delta Thermo plans shut down

The City of Allentown is pulling the plug on a controversial project that's been in the works for years.

Former Sheriff under fire again

Another alleged victim of Warren County Sheriff surfaces

An accused former sheriff and the county he once worked for are under fire yet again.

No injuries in Pottstown plane accident

No injuries reported in Pottstown Airport plane accident

Montgomery County officials say no one was hurt when a plane had problems while landing at Pottstown Airport Wednesday afternoon.

Hockey fans pack PPL Center for Phantoms Hockey

Hockey fans pack PPL center for Phantoms' 1st preseason game

Hockey fans filled Allentown's PPL Center Wednesday night for some Phantoms preseason action.

Police make arrest in December shooting

Police arrest Dyquinn Little for alleged involvement in Easton shooting

Almost a year after a robbery and shooting in Easton, police have taken a suspect into custody.

LVHN brings clinical trials to area to fight breast cancer

Hospital brings new clinical trials to area to help fight breast cancer

October is breast cancer awareness month and Lehigh Valley Health Network is bringing new clinical trials to the area to help fight the disease.

Life Lessons: Senior moment or dementia?

Just because you have memory trouble doesn’t mean you have dementia. How can you tell the difference?

ISIS attacks border city

Turkey to debate military force against ISIS

Is a possible threat to an ancient tomb at the heart of Turkey's debate whether to step up its role in the fight against ISIS?

The Turkish Parliament is set to vote Thursday on whether to authorize the use of military force against ISIS fighters in Sy...

 
 
 
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UPDATE: Missing Northampton teen returns safely

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Police say a missing Northampton County teen has returned home.

Ebony Wasnowic reported missing

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Anyone who has seen a missing Allentown teen is asked to notify police.

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Pipeline risks outweigh rewards, N.J. residents say

Crowd at hearing for PennEast pipeline proposal meeting
HOLLAND TWP., N.J.

A proposed natural gas pipeline could bring this community millions in tax revenue, but residents here say this project has far more risks than rewards.

Easton Planning Commission approves plans for recycling center

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EASTON, Pa.

Plans for an industrial scrap metal recycling center on Lynn Avenue near the Lehigh River were recommended for approval Wednesday night by the Easton Planning Commission.

Muhlenberg schools are making the grade

Muhlenberg Committee of the Whole meeting
MUHLENBERG, Pa

The Muhlenberg School District administrators presented their School Performance Profile (SPP) scores at Wednesday night's Committee of the Whole meeting.

Public meeting on Wehr's Dam set in South Whitehall

Wehr's Dam generic, Covered Bridge Park, South Whitehall Twp.
SOUTH WHITEHALL TWP., Pa.

Announcements concerning two contentious issues that have galvanized public interest were made during Wednesday night's South Whitehall Township Board of Commissioners meeting.

 

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    On this day: October 2

    Charles Darwin returns home, Gandhi is born, "Peanuts" is published for the first time, Thurgood Marshall becomes the first black justice on the Supreme Court, and the Beltway sniper attacks begin, all on this day.

 

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