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    Michigan State heading to Final Four

    Michigan State is going back to the Final Four.

    The Spartans beat Louisville 76-70 for a thrilling overtime victory in the East Region on Sunday.

    It's sweet vindication for the Spartans, who had an up-and-down season and came into the East Region as a...

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INSIDE YOUR TOWN

Aldi will reopen two former Bottom Dollar stores

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ALDI

BATAVIA, Ill.

The Aldi grocery chain plans to reopen two former Bottom Dollar grocery stores in the Lehigh Valley.

Man who tried to jump off casino deck sentenced

Robert Wilkinson
EASTON, PA.

Robert Wilkinson, who threatened to jump off the Sands Casino parking garage with his son in his arms, was sentenced to two to four months in Northampton County Prison Friday.

Reading mayor announces series of town hall meetings

Reading Mayor, Vaughn Spencer

69 News

READING, Pa.

Reading Mayor Vaughn Spencer and members of his administration are taking City Hall on the road.

Equi-librium gives Travis Saveri a happy birthday

Equi-librium gives Travis Saveri a happy birthday
NAZARETH, Pa.

Travis Saveri celebrated his 27th birthday in Nazareth Thursday with some help from a few trusty companions.

Kane's troubles could haunt her hopes for second term in 2016

Kathleen Kane

The result of a controversial case could affect Democrat Kathleen Kane's plan to seek a second term as the state's top prosecutor next year.

Reading mayor announces series of town hall meetings

Reading Mayor, Vaughn Spencer

69 News

Reading Mayor Vaughn Spencer and members of his administration are taking City Hall on the road.

PaG&E to refund $2.3 million to state consumers

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A proposed settlement has been reached with an electric generation supplier accused of deceptively marketing its variable electric rates to Pennsylvania consumers, many of whom filed complaints about spikes in their rates during the winter of 2014.

NJ Gov. Christie: Tax revenue from pot sales is 'blood money'

Chris Christie

AP

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is reiterating his opposition to legalizing marijuana for recreational use and said tax revenue from sales of the drug amount to "blood money."