Coroner called to crash on I-78

Coroner called to scene of crash on I-78 E

A fatal accident is causing major traffic headaches for commuters Tuesday morning.



Coroner called to crash on I-78

Coroner called to scene of crash on I-78 E

A fatal accident is causing major traffic headaches for commuters Tuesday morning.

School still on amid another possible Frein sighting

State Police: Possible Frein sighting near Post Office

State Police in the Poconos say there was a possible sighting of suspected cop killer Eric Frein near a local post office.

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Pennsylvania justice suspended over role in porn scandal

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is suspending one of its own members over his participation in a state government pornographic email scandal that involved employees of the attorney general's office.

ACE Bail Bonds search

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Detectives seize items in search of bail bonds office in Reading

The recent arrest of a bail bondsman in Bucks County has led authorities to search his employer's offices in Berks County.

Adam Matos in court


Former Orefield man pleads not guilty in deaths of 4 in Florida

A former Lehigh County man accused of killing four people in Florida waived his right to a speedy trial and pleaded not guilty in court Monday.

Teen heading to trial in attack of Lehigh University student

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Teen heading to trial in attack of Lehigh University student

A Bethlehem teenager is heading to trial on charges of attempted rape and attempted homicide.

Reading Outlet Center building fire

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Developer of fire-ravaged outlet building: 'Hopefully it is just a setback'

Federal investigators from across the country are traveling to Reading to investigate the massive fire that heavily damaged one of the former Reading Outlet Center buildings over the weekend.

Pipeline controversy

Opponents rally against natural gas pipeline

There is more outrage over a proposed natural gas pipeline that will run from Pennsylvania to New Jersey. Opponents gathered Monday night for a meeting at Northampton County Community College.

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Home inspector accused of selling items left behind

State police have accused a property field inspector of selling the items and appliances that were left behind in a foreclosed house.

Life Lessons: Best & worst words for a winning resume

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Pistorius sentenced to 5 years in prison

From a globally lauded athlete to convicted killer, Oscar Pistorius' fall from grace culminated Tuesday with a five-year sentence in the shooting death of his girlfriend.

The sentence was imposed for the charge of culpable homicide, which in South Af...


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The Bethlehem Area School District Board of Directors approved a settlement in a case Monday night in which the district had filed a complaint against a former district parent.

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With interest rates at historic lows Bangor Area School District officials have been crunching numbers and believe they can save $260,000 a year if the district refinances a $9.1 million bond, business manager Mark Schiavone said Monday night.

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