We are seeing rain and snow at times Wednesday afternoon, with some locations seeing very little precipitation.
A fast-moving area of low pressure will continue to bring snow into the middle part of the afternoon.Links: Live traffic cameras | Hour-by-hour forecast
Snow will be tapering off Tuesday afternoon, but beware. Freezing temperatures are ahead.
PennDOT has temporarily reduced the speed limits on some area highways because of the wintry weather conditions.
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Rescuers located two adults and four children Tuesday who had gone missing two days earlier after they ventured to play in the snow in a mountainous area in northwest Nevada, authorities said.
A University of Oregon football player has been suspended and others could face criminal charges for their roles in a snowball fight that went viral online.
A man accused of robbing a convenience store at gunpoint was done in by the unique glasses he was wearing, state police said.
Police in Lehigh County are searching for a man who tried to rob another man at gunpoint at a bus terminal in Lower Macungie Township.
Parkland grad Andre Williams, now a Boston College running back is one of six finalists for the Heisman Award. He's the nation's leading rusher.
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The East Penn School District has begun the task of finding a new superintendent to replace Dr. Thomas Seidenberger, who plans to retire in June at the end of the current school year.
Organizers of a proposed military academy charter high school in Lehigh County came under fire on several fronts Monday night.
The Richland Township Board of Supervisors voted Monday night to increase residential property taxes to fund its first-ever twenty-four hours /seven days a week police force.