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Pleasant today as temps remains in 70s

Today will be pleasant once again with low humidity and a blend of clouds and sun, but change is coming.

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Police: Dead baby found in trash; charges possible

Authorities are working to determine what charges should be filed in the case of a premature baby found dead and disposed of in the trash.

Easton Area School Board meeting

Easton's Strong Foundations charter school rejected again

For the second time in four months, the Easton Area School Board has said no to the idea of a charter school opening within the school district.

Derrick Redcay homecoming

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Derrick Redcay welcomed home by crowd of supporters

Derrick Redcay arrived home Tuesday to a crowd of family, friends and other supporters holding red balloons and wearing "Redcay Strong" t-shirts.
Images: Derrick Redcay homecoming

Monocacy Park, Bethlehem

Updating Bethlehem park rules is a work in progress

Regulations for city parks are only as good as the enforcement that backs them up, and Bethlehem officials are reviewing rules for local parks.

Palmer Township supervisors

DA’s call for no driver’s licenses for “illegal aliens” gets little attention in Palmer

Palmer Township officials heard a plea Tuesday night not to endorse the idea of giving driver’s licenses or any kind of ID cards to “illegal aliens.”

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Life Lessons: Wet wraps and eczema

Some estimate that one in five children in the U.S. now suffers from the painful itchy skin condition known as eczema.

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Phillies beat Mets 6-0 behind Hamels, Utley

Cole Hamels pitched eight shutout innings and finally got some run support when Chase Utley hit a grand slam as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the New York Mets 6-0 on Tuesday night.

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GM

Chevy Volt is insurance group's Top Safety Pick

What's the safest car on the road? It's the one that can avoid getting into a crash all together.

Beit Hanoun damage, Gaza

Gordon Duncan/CNN

'Humanitarian window' underway in Gaza

The Israeli military has authorized a four-hour "humanitarian window" in Gaza, but it will not apply to the areas in which soldiers are operating, the Israel Defense Forces said.

 
 
 
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Easton's Strong Foundations charter school rejected again

Easton Area School Board meeting
EASTON, Pa.

For the second time in four months, the Easton Area School Board has said no to the idea of a charter school opening within the school district.

Road closure in Whitehall Township

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WHITEHALL TWP., Pa.

Motorists traveling through a busy Lehigh County area will have to change course while a road is under construction.

DA’s call for no driver’s licenses for “illegal aliens” gets little attention in Palmer

Palmer Township supervisors
PALMER TWP., Pa.

Palmer Township officials heard a plea Tuesday night not to endorse the idea of giving driver’s licenses or any kind of ID cards to “illegal aliens.”

Updating Bethlehem park rules is a work in progress

Monocacy Park, Bethlehem
BETHLEHEM, Pa.

Regulations for city parks are only as good as the enforcement that backs them up, and Bethlehem officials are reviewing rules for local parks.

 
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