Reading votes to repeal local gun laws

READING, Pa.

Reading City Council voted Monday night to repeal all sections of the City Code pertaining to firearms.

Friends react to fraud charges levied against Bucks County f

Friends react to fraud case against Bucks County family

SOLEBURY, TWP., PA.

As we first told you last week. A Bucks County family is facing a list of charges, after officials say they set fire to their massive mansion..to collect millions in insurance claims.

Video Jennifer Joas reports on snow in Berks County

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Snowy forecast keeping state, local road crews busy

More snow was making its way across the region on Monday, and PennDOT and municipal road crews were preparing.

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150 Guard members on alert as Pa. braces for overnight snow

HARRISBURG, Pa.

Pennsylvania has called up a small number of National Guard members as the state braced for an overnight storm that's expected to hit hardest in the Philadelphia area.

Bill would penalize drivers with snow and ice on vehicles

Bill would penalize drivers with snow and ice on vehicles

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, Pa.

A Northampton County family has teamed up with a local lawmaker, in hopes of preventing unnecessary death.

Miguel Torres walk on 1st day of murder trial

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Snow briefly delays start of murder trial for former fugitive

READING, Pa.

Attorneys presented their opening statements in the murder trial of a Berks County man who was once one of America's most-wanted fugitives.

Police Man orders dog to attack them during traffic stop

Police: Man orders dog to attack them during traffic stop

WERNERSVILLE, Pa.

A man ordered a dog to attack officers during a traffic stop in Wernersville, police said.

Coroner IDs man found dead inside burning car in Amity

Coroner IDs man found dead inside burning car in Amity

AMITY TWP., Pa.

The coroner has identified the man found dead in a burning car in Amity Township.

Snow on Court Street in downtown Reading

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No need for snow emergency in Reading, officials say

READING, Pa.

Reading will not be declaring a snow emergency, so long as the forecast stays as it is.

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