Zany Facts for Monday 01/20/14
Police are on the scene of a lock down at a Bethlehem high school.Images: Liberty HS on lock down
2:30pm Update: Liberty HS on lock down; WFMZ's Catherine Hawley reports live from the scene.
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Several students were injured in the crash of a school bus and another vehicle on Route 222 near Kutztown.
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The search for a thirsty, pajama-clad intruder who led police on a chase from Muhlenberg Township into Reading has come to an end.
A 45-year-old Catasauqua man is accused of taking nearly $6,000 from a Northampton County non-profit that provides care for people with special needs, while he worked there as an administrator.
Lehigh University is suspending its recognition of a fraternity for allegedly being involved in spray-painting racial slurs and throwing eggs at a multicultural residence hall.
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A decision has been made in the long-debated merger between the Exeter Township and Antietam school districts.
Easton Area school administrators say they have a way to balance the 2014-2015 budget without anyone losing their jobs.
The new owners of H.J. Heinz Company have offered buyouts to all 775 workers in Pittsburgh.
Wawa convenience stores are celebrating the company's 50th anniversary, but customers will be getting the gifts.
On average, there are 16,000 people on the waiting list for a liver transplant. Finding a live donor is becoming a feasible option for many patients, but the surgery can be risky for recipients and donors.
It wasn’t exactly the Ron & Scott Show.
At least one man in Phillipsburg is on a mission.
The Phillipsburg School District is putting some pricey decisions to a public vote.