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    Peshmerga forces 5 miles from Mosul in battle against ISIS

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    Kurdish Peshmerga forces are just five miles (eight kilometers) from the Iraqi city of Mosul, commanders said Sunday, after days of fighting and sweeping territorial gains in the operation to free the key city from IS...


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Suit alleges excessive force, city says actions appropriate

(img1)Allenttown Police abuse lawsuit video package

A kick caught on camera, has landed an Allentown police officer in some legal trouble

Bethlehem 911 director retires after 34 years

Bethlehem 911 director retires after 34 years

After 34 years of dedicated service to the city of Bethlehem 911 director Jacqueline Loosbrock is retiring

Youth basketball program expands in Lehigh Valley

Youth basketball program expands in Lehigh Valley

A youth basketball program that used to just be available in Allentown is expanding.

Upper Milford unveils 50K grant for fire depts

Upper Milford requests more information before OK'ing Fields at Indian Creek phase one
Upper Milford Twp., Pa.

The Upper Milford Township Board of Supervisors unveiled a four-point draft of a $50,000 total grant proposal Thursday night at its workshop meeting preceeding its regular board meeting.

Local Politics

Young professionals, students talk politics

Young professionals students talk politics

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Among those watching Wednesday night's debate between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton were many millennials.

Jessica's Law headed to the House for consideration

Autumn-fall exterior Pennsylvania Capitol building in Harrisburg

Matt Rourke/AP

A judiciary committee voted on legislation Wednesday that would  make desecration or mutilation of a corpse  an aggravating circumstance and would qualify a defendant for the death penalty.

Chris Christie to appear in court over misconduct complaint

Gov. Chris Christie

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will appear before a judge to answer for a citizen's complaint that he failed to put a stop to the closure of lanes at the George Washington Bridge in 2013.

Stakes high for municipalities relying on casino money

Stakes high for municipalities relying on casino money

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down a law last month that required casinos to pay host fees to surrounding municipalities.