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    Italy earthquake: Death toll rises to at least 120

    In the Italian village of Saletta, a tiny settlement of about 20 people, residents used their bare hands to ferret through the rubble of a two-story home in a desperate search for neighbors.

    They called out names as they dug through the remains of a ...

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Family sues Navy over contaminated drinking water

NORRISTOWN, Pa.

A Bucks County family is suing the Navy, alleging its drinking water has been tainted by firefighting foams once used at two former bases.

Airport authority sees a future for Braden Airpark

HANOVER TWP., Pa.

Authority officials are weighing a more than $2 million project that includes upgrades and leasing surrounding land.

Authorities say Wawa employee 'gottahava' lawyer

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U. MACUNGIE TWP., Pa.

Police allege the Lower Macungie man skimmed thousands from cash registers.

Neighbors vet former historic Bethlehem Armory Project

Bethlehem City Council - armory

As a former mayor of Bethlehem, John Callahan was accustomed to speaking at town halls.

Local Politics

Libertarian, Paul Rizzo announces campaign for Congress

It will be a three-party race for the House of Representatives for one Pennsylvania district.

Judge orders Clinton to answer questions on email use

Hillary Clinton Rally in Scranton

Order issued as part of a long-running public records lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch.

FBI agents return to Reading City Hall

FBI returns to Reading

The FBI-- inside Reading City Hall, again. Mayor Wally Scott called agents to further investigate so-called "buddy system" deals he says could have been made by the city's previous administration.

Term about over, Pennsylvania's top prosecutor goes on trial

Kathleen Kane

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Pennsylvania's attorney general goes on trial Monday in a perjury and obstruction case that follows years of petty feuds, a pornographic email scandal and political infighting.