It's time to take a look back at the stories making headlines this week in the 69 News Week In Review.
On Monday, quick-hitting storms caused widespread flooding in the Lehigh Valley.
Heavy rain pounded the area in the evening hours, flooding many properties and leaving many roads impassable.
Several cars got stuck, including this one in deep water in Allentown.
Tuesday, a Reading woman was arrested for allegedly murdering her 11-month-old son.
According to investigators, 20-year-old Mayra Lee Smith was annoyed by her baby's crying.
And while trying to get the child to settle down, investigators said she injured him, and he died days later.
Smith, who is eight months pregnant, is behind bars on 750-thousand bail.
On Wednesday, police in Bethlehem said a teenager tried to rape and kill a Lehigh University student.
Police said 17-year-old Bryan Osorio attacked the student in her off-campus apartment after entering through a window.
Osorio is facing a list of charges including attempted rape and attempted homicide.
Thursday, authorities in Lehigh County launched an investigation into a shooting involving two state constables.
Officials said the shooting happened when the constables went to serve warrants to Kevin McCullers for multiple summary parking offenses.
The district attorney said when McCullers started to back out of his garage, both constables opened fire - one hitting McCullers in the back.
On Friday, the FBI warned that Lehigh Valley gang members may be plotting to kill cops in New Jersey.
The warning comes on the heels of a deadly shoot-out between police and a cop-killer in Jersey City.
69 News obtained an internal memo from the FBI warning police departments that two Allentown-area Bloods street gang members have given the "green light" to kill New Jersey cops.
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