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Trucker jailed in 'horrific' crash that killed 2 on Route 222

The tractor trailer driver accused of causing a deadly pileup on Route 222 in Berks County on Wednesday is behind bars.

Jeremy Augustine

Family, friends remember victims of deadly crash on 222

Family and friends are remembering two people killed in a crash that involved several vehicles in Berks County.

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Florida State shooting: 3 hurt, gunman killed

Gunshots rattled a peaceful, packed Florida State University library early Thursday, with three students getting hurt as hundreds more huddled between bookshelves before police encountered and killed the gunman outside.

New York State Police

Historic snowfall buries parts of New York

Areas of upstate New York are buried under more than 6 feet of snow -- and more is on its way.

Buffalo Snow - Highway Tracks

New York State Police

Pa. Turnpike, PennDOT helping with snow removal in Buffalo

Pennsylvania is lending a helping hand to its snowed-in neighbors to the north.

Eric Frein walk

Zach DeWever/69 News

More information made public in Eric Frein investigation

More search warrants related to the case against Eric Frein have been released to the public.

Justin Andrews, left, and Shawn Lawless

State police search for pair in escape from corrections center

State police are looking for two men who, they said, escaped from the Wernersville Community Corrections Center in Berks County.

Thanksgiving dinner costs

Life Lessons: Eat this, not that during the holidays

The average Thanksgiving dinner is 4,500 calories, but there are some simple swaps to save you at the scale.

Charles Berge as St. Nick at Christkindlmarkt

The spirit of St. Nick lives on at Christkindlmarkt Bethlehem

Call him Santa Claus, and Charles "Bud" Berge will correct you and say he's St. Nick. You won't find him wearing the usual puffy, red velvet suit with a thick black belt but rather a long, tailored scarlet robe with green and gold embroidered trim.

New study shines light on immigration in Pa NJ

New study shines light on immigration in Pa., NJ

President Obama is expected to announce Thursday night that he will sidestep Congress and take executive action on immigration.

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Pool

Obama's immigration speech: What to watch for

President Barack Obama is set to unveil his long-awaited overhaul of U.S. immigration rules -- potentially shielding millions of people from deportation -- Thursday in an 8 p.m. ET speech from the White House.

The impending actions are fraught with p...

 
 
 
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    8 dead in storm; Buffalo braces for more snow

    Harlem Street in the Buffalo suburb of West Seneca on Thursday offered a glimpse of life under the deadly and monumental western New York snowstorm.

    The Winchester Volunteer Fire Company station has served as a shelter for as many as 40 people since ...

 

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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INSIDE YOUR TOWN

East Allentown hookah lounge draws complaint

Allentown City Council (minus two)
ALLENTOWN, Pa.

An East Allentown woman again went before City Council Wednesday night to complain that patrons of a hookah lounge are disturbing her peace.

Time running out to seek Allentown City Council seat

Allentown City Council
ALLENTOWN, Pa.

Better hurry if you want to throw your hat into the ring to be appointed to an open seat on Allentown City Council.

PUC urges consumers to prepare for winter

Prepare now for winter PUC says
HARRISBURG, Pa.

As temperatures drop and winter approaches, utility companies are preparing for the season and they are reminding consumers to do the same.

South Whitehall residents should brace for major tax increase

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SOUTH WHITEHALL TWP., Pa.

It appears all but certain that South Whitehall Township's 29-year string of no property tax increases will be broken and broken big.

 

On this Day

  • Michael Jackson 2003 mugshot blurb

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    On this day: November 20

    The Nuremberg Trials begin, Princess Elizabeth gets married, "Terms of Endearment" premieres in New York City, Windows 1.0 is released, and Michael Jackson is arrested, all on this day.

 

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