From natural disasters to the election, 2012 was a remarkable year for news. Here are numbers that tell the stories.
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Authorities are working to determine what charges should be filed in the case of a dead baby found disposed of in the trash.
Get the burnt sienna and yellow lemon crayons ready: Crayola is expanding into the Sunshine State.
A rash of violent crime in one borough in Northampton County has some residents seeing red.
Five Pennsylvania congressmen are asking college sports' governing body to cancel penalties against Penn State imposed as a result of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.
The water dispute in the city of Reading is finally coming to an end.
Two people were arrested following a brawl involving dozens of guests at a wedding in New Jersey.
Quakertown officials will be visiting with potential donors in coming weeks in hopes of finding a name for their newest park, currently under construction in the borough.
Creepy or cool? A British artist has designed furniture that looks, feels and even smells like human skin.
Low attendance at his town meeting didn't affect John Brown's attitude.
The deadliest Ebola outbreak in history is plaguing West Africa, where at least 660 people have died so far. Learn more about the deadly disease.
Vincent van Gogh dies, the Summer Olympics return after World War II, Jack Paar debuts on the "Tonight" show, Dylan crashes his motorcycle, and Prince Charles marries Diana, all on this day.