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Man wounded in Allentown shooting

A man was rushed to the hospital after being shot in the stomach in Allentown, police said.

Accident sends girls to hospital

Two girls were taken to the hospital after their vehicle barreled into a utility pole in Berks County.

Driver escapes serious injury after vehicle flips

Driver escapes serious injury after vehicle overturns

It was a close call for a driver after his Subaru Outback flipped over in the middle of a busy road  in Lehigh County.

Crews battle house fire in Allentown

Firefighters in Allentown were busy battling a house fire on Saturday afternoon.

1990 arson-murder rap tossed man is set free

Man in prison for 24 years released thanks to now-discredited arson science

A man freed from prison after his arson-murder conviction was overturned says it's difficult to think about the 24 years he lost.

Community supports homeless shelter that was forced to close

Drive to save homeless shelter gets big boost

A 19-year-old Reading man who was having some trouble raising $50,000 to save a homeless shelter, got a major boost.

Bartender terrorized in violent robbery speaks out

Bartender terrorized in violent robbery speaks out

A Spring Township bartender speaks out after four teenagers broke into a bar and terrorized her before fleeing with the stolen money.

Can you pass a Common Core 5th grade math test?

Test your knowledge and see if you can pass a Common Core fifth-grade math test.

Police: Emmaus man had chickens, drugs, weapons in car

Police say altered fireworks, weapons, live chickens and marijuana were found inside an SUV that wrecked on Interstate 79 in West Virginia, and a Pennsylvania man has been arrested.

Health Beat: Grain brain may be killing us

More than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer's. A recent study found costs for dementia care in 2010 were as high as $200 billion, roughly twice what's expended for heart disease and almost triple what was spent on treating cancer. Now, one doctor says we can prevent Alzheimer's altogether by changing our diets.

rally for Michael Brown Ferguson Sunday

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How Ferguson could be America's future

The protests in Ferguson, Missouri, have been described as a mirror into contemporary America, but they are also something else: A crystal ball.

Look past the headlines -- the debates over race and police militarization that have surfaced after the ...

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