Original Airdate: 04/16/2012 | Guests: Stephon Font-Toomer - Junior NAACP Youth Council, Briana Michele Jones - STRIVE Youth, John Morganelli - Northampton County DA, Duane Tolson - Allentown Resident, Gail Hoover - Hamilton Park Crime Watch
The United States Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Tuesday that 22,737 pounds of ground beef products are being recalled on fears that they may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7.
A father and son who acknowledged they were pimps were acquitted Wednesday of sex trafficking charges after several prostitutes testified they were treated well.
Phillies fans will get an up-close look at one of the team's star players Wednesday night.
The Easton Area School Board approved the elimination of 43 positions, 19 of which are teachers, during Tuesday night’s meeting.
Police in Montgomery County are investigating a stabbing.
Crews in Carbon County spent much of Wednesday morning fighting a multi-alarm fire.
Men's Wearhouse executive chairman George Zimmer has been "terminated," the clothing retailer said Wednesday.
Two former Penn State administrators have lost another round in court.
It's June and your teenager has been on that same spot on the couch since the last day of school.
Call it a mixed bag.
They're still a minority, but an increasing number of Americans say economic conditions right now are good, according to a new national poll.
A cell phone dropped at the scene of a crime has tied a New Jersey man to copper wire theft, police said.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering a bill that would clarify the college transcripts of military personnel.
Albright College was named small nonprofit of the year by "Foundation & Endowment Money Management."
A man attacked two police officers who were investigating a domestic disturbance, officials said.