Wacky News for Thursday 8/8/13
An afternoon of fun turned deadly for a man in Allentown Tuesday.
An elderly woman was injured when she was struck by a fire truck outside a senior living community in Berks County.
Almost 100 people turned out Tuesday night to hear former heavyweight boxing champion Larry Holmes of Easton reminisce about his life.
A Reading woman is taking a stand against crime.
A judge in Philadelphia has granted bail to an 89-year-old Nazi war crimes suspect who's been hospitalized while awaiting extradition to Germany.
Chad Blimline/69 News
Three members of Berks County's delegation to the House of Representatives gathered Tuesday in an effort to learn more about the local housing of Central American children who entered the United States illegally.
Jace Codi/69 News
Frustration is mounting among business owners and customers nearly three months after a sinkhole swallowed part of a busy shopping center.
Andrew Valentino/69 News
A Reading woman who dedicated herself to taking care of stray cats has passed away, leaving local groups scrambling to find new homes for the many she left behind.
Doctors say what you put in your body before and after a cancer diagnosis could be the difference in surviving or dying
If the Philadelphia Phillies are planning to ship closer Jonathan Papelbon off at the trade deadline, now might not be the best time to do it.
Allen Township officials have until August 15 to decide the fate of the proposed $335 million FedEx Ground hub under dispute in Northampton County.
The American Hospital Association recently awarded a 2014 "Circle of Life Award" to the Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) Palliative Medicine Program.
Saucon Valley School District hopes to repair a retention pond and flashing on the roof of the high school in the near future.