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Wrong-way driver on Route 22

Police: Wrong-way driver on Route 22 slammed into 4 cars, 5 people hurt

Officials said the driver slammed into four cars between Cedar Crest Boulevard and 15th Street.

Luna Rossa fire

Fire destroys well-known Poconos restaurant

A fire has destroyed a well-known restaurant in in the Poconos.

Images: Fire destroys Luna Rossa restaurant

Fire crews from at least two counties were called out Sunday morning to battle this blaze at Luna Rossa restaurant in Polk Township, Monroe County. (Photos by Larry Neff)

Timothy Granata

Former Lehigh University student accused of murdering his mother

A 22-year-old former Lehigh University student has been arraigned on a murder charge in the killing of his mother in Connecticut, and the judge agreed to a defense request to send him to a prison psychiatric unit.

Reading police car

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Man set off explosive next to Reading police car, court papers say

A man is accused of setting off an explosive next to an occupied Reading police car.

Man set off explosive next to Reading police car, court papers say

Wehr's Mill Covered Bridge

Police: Over-sized truck may have damaged covered bridge

The historic Wehr's Mill Covered Bridge in South Whitehall Township is closed until Lehigh County officials determine if the bridge was structurally compromised.

Hay truck bursts into flames

Fire crews spend hours dousing hay truck inferno in Lehigh County

Firefighters had their hands full battling a hay truck fire just off of Route 22 in Lehigh County.

Reading Air Fest concludes Sunday

Reading Air Fest concludes Sunday

Reading Air Fest concludes Sunday at Reading Regional Airport. Gates open at noon.

Zucchini 500

Zucchinis on wheels race through downtown Easton

The Zucchini 500 was featured during the Easton Farmers' Market Saturday.

Images: Zucchini 500

69 News Week In Review

It's time to take a look back at the stories making headlines this week in the 69 News Week In Review.

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U.N. Security Council calls for cease-fire

With more than 1,000 people killed in the Israel-Hamas conflict, the U.N. Security Council held an emergency meeting in New York early Monday and announced "strong support ... for an immediate and unconditional humanitarian cease-fire" in Gaza.

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