PSP news conference on Eric Frein - photos

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State police to ambush suspect: 'We are coming for you'

Pennsylvania State Police delivered Wednesday another direct message to Eric Matthew Frein, the man sought in the killing of one trooper and the wounding of another.

Many turn out for tribute to fallen trooper in Scranton

Many turn out for tribute to fallen trooper in Scranton

The public is saying its final farewell to the state trooper who was shot and killed in an ambush in the Poconos last weekend.

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Police respond to reports of alleged cop killer near ESU's campus

A reported sighting of Eric Matthew Frein led to police activity along East Stroudsburg University's campus Wednesday afternoon.

Local hospitals preparing for outbreak of enterovirus

Local hospitals preparing for outbreak of enterovirus

A fast-spreading respiratory illness has made its way into Pennsylvania.



What you should know about enterovirus

A respiratory virus that has sickened hundreds of kids across the U.S. has parents across the country worried. Take a look at what you need to know about enteroviruses.

Man ordered to trial in deadly stabbing of Nazareth man

Man ordered to trial in deadly stabbing of Nazareth man

Andrew Robert Hess is going to trial on a single charge of criminal homicide following a preliminary hearing Wednesday in the Northampton County Courthouse in Easton.

Man to stand trial in death of 89-year-old mother in Robeson

Man to stand trial in death of 89-year-old mother in Robeson

A man charged with homicide in the death of his 89-year-old mother in Berks County is heading to trial.

Health Beat: Personalized brain vaccine for glioblastoma

Glioblastoma is the most common and aggressive brain cancer in humans. The deadly cancer is usually treated with radiation and chemotherapy, but the tumor inevitably comes back. Now, a new treatment, using the patient's tumor, could help slow down its progression and help patients live longer.

One Tank Trip Sky Paintings at Philadelphia Int l Airport

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One Tank Trip: 'Sky Paintings' at Philadelphia Int'l. Airport

Most people hop on a plane at Philadelphia International Airport to go on vacation and see the sights.

Phantoms commemorative logo

Power Play: Flyers to take on Phantoms in "Battle on Hamilton"

It'll be a battle between the big club and the home team.

Jonathan Dwyer arrested


Another NFL player facing charges related to domestic violence

Arizona Cardinals backup running back Jonathan Dwyer was arrested in connection with domestic abuse allegations, Phoenix police said Wednesday night.

The Cardinals deactivated Dwyer after news of the arrest, according to a news release from the team.


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Owner hoping to keep new Coastal Grille afloat in Spring

Owner hoping to keep new Coastal Grille afloat in Spring

A new casual dining seafood restaurant is setting up shop in Broadcasting Square in Spring Township.

Bethlehem Council tables amusement tax increase


A proposed amusement tax increase for Bethlehem was unanimously tabled by City Council Tuesday night.

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Phillipsburg's government website is getting ready to enter the iPad age.

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