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    'Les Miserables' actor dies in fall

    Actor Kyle Jean-Baptiste, who made history as the first African-American to play the lead role in a Broadway production of "Les Miserables," died Friday night in New York.

    Marc Thibodeau, a spokesman for the production, said Saturday that Jean-Baptist...

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Five arrested on drug charges in Coopersburg

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COOPERSBURG, Pa.

Five people have been charged in an investigation into drug activity in Coopersburg, including  at the Executive Inn motel along Route 309 in the borough.

Five arrested on drug charges in Coopersburg

Police lights
COOPERSBURG, Pa.

Five people have been charged in an investigation into drug activity in Coopersburg, including  at the Executive Inn motel along Route 309 in the borough.

Local version of the "Sistine Chapel" trying to survive the test of time

Local version of the Sistine Chapel trying to survive
ALBANY TWP., Pa.

The Kempton Hotel has been around since 1874 and once inside you have to look up to see its rich history

Police seek armed robber who hit Domino's in Mt Pocono

Robber pokes gun into Dominos employee's ribs
MOUNT POCONO, Pa.

An armed robber who hit Domino's Pizza in Mount Pocono Thursday night is being sought by Pocono Mountain Regional Police.

Avenue to suspend Kane's law license could spark legal fight

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane

Matt Rourke/AP

With AG Kathleen Kane battling criminal charges, many eyes have turned to whether the state's highest court will invoke a sanction to quickly suspend her law license.

Lehigh County takes step to replace long-closed bridge

The closure of a small bridge has been giving some Lehigh County residents big headaches for more than a year.


Kane applauds state Supreme Court for releasing emails

Kathleen Kane

Kathleen Kane, Pennsylvania's embattled attorney general, is applauding the state Supreme Court's decision to release controversial e-mails.

County commissioners begin reviewing anti-pay-to-play

Lehigh County commissioners reviewed the outline of a proposed anti-pay-to-play ordinance during a meeting of their administrative committee early Wednesday evening.