Jason Lee Serrano - Reading bank robbery suspect

Reading bank robbery suspect identified, still at large

Police have identified the man who, they said, robbed a bank in downtown Reading on Wednesday.

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Health Beat: Flex stent: Hope for peripheral arterial disease?

About 27 million people in North America and Europe alone suffer from peripheral arterial disease, or PAD. The disease limits blood flow to leg muscles, which can make it difficult to walk. Now, doctors are testing out a new way to treat the condition, and many patients are already benefiting.

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Casey unveils anti-bullying in schools bill

U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) unveiled his bipartisan "anti-bullying in schools" bill Thursday in the nation's capital.

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Poverty: A growing problem in America's schools

The majority of children in America's public schools now are low-income. And that has major implications for the future of the nation's workforce.

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White House drops college savings proposal

The White House is giving up on a costly fight with Congress over the Obama administration's increasingly unpopular proposal to effectively end 529 college savings plans.

A White House official confirmed the move on Tuesday as fierce opposition to the...

Bethlehem schools may implement full-day kindergarten

Bethlehem approves full-day kindergarten

The Bethlehem Area School Board voted Wednesday night to move to a full-day kindergarten program.

Bethlehem approves full-day kindergarten for all

BASD, teachers reach 3-year pact

It was out with the old and in with the new in three major votes during Wednesday night's Bethlehem Area School District's board of directors' meeting.

Parents on alert for man trying to lure a girl into his SUV

Reading parents on alert for man trying to lure a girl into his SUV

A walk to school took a sinister turn for a young girl in the city of Reading.

Father fights bullying since his son s suicide

Father fights bullying since his son's suicide

After losing his son to suicide, a father is using his heartbreak to educate parents and kids across the country.

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Millions to owe Affordable Care Act tax penalty

Some 3 million to 6 million Americans will have to pay an Affordable Care Act tax penalty for not having health insurance last year, Treasury officials said Wednesday.

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Committee OKs 'Eileen's Law' bill for consideration by Pa. House

A bill named for a woman who died while serving jail time for her children's truancy cases is moving forward in Harrisburg.

Health Beat: Carbon back rods for scoliosis

Scoliosis affects six million Americans, and there is no cure. For more serious cases, patients may require surgery to fuse the spine. The surgical materials doctors use are generally not a problem for patients, but a new solution for an unexpected complication helped save one boy's life.

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