Zany Facts for 09/16/13
A driver heading the wrong way on a busy Lehigh County highway caused multiple wrecks late Saturday night, according to state police.
A fire destroyed a well-known restaurant in in the Poconos early Sunday.
Fire crews from at least two counties were called out Sunday morning to battle this blaze at Luna Rossa restaurant in Polk Township, Monroe County. (Photos by Larry Neff)
A 22-year-old former Lehigh University wrestler now faces charges of murder in his mother's death.
A man is accused of setting off an explosive next to an occupied Reading police car.
The historic Wehr's Mill Covered Bridge in South Whitehall Township is closed until Lehigh County officials determine if the bridge was structurally compromised.
Firefighters had their hands full battling a hay truck fire just off of Route 22 in Lehigh County.
Stress and high fat food can be a deadly combination, researchers say.
The new rule designed to protect catchers helped the Philadelphia Phillies gain a victory.
The offices of a Carbon County municipality were closed for business Friday.
Thirty-seven-year-old Theresa Hanley of Sellersville was killed in a two-vehicle accident in New Britain Township at 6 p.m. Thursday.
An Allentown woman who attacked a man with a large knife and punched and slapped him in the face was arrested by city police Thursday.