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    2016 DNC guide: What to watch on day 3

    Hillary Clinton officially won the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday. Then, Bill Clinton took the Democratic National Convention on a 45-minute tour through the former first lady, senator and secretary of state's biography.

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Cars roll in for Kutztown Kruizz

Cars roll in for Kutztown Kruizz
KUTZTOWN, Pa.

Thousands of car enthusiasts will be driving to Kutztown this Saturday for the Kutztown Kruizz car show.

Parkland Library seeking increase in tax rate to pay for new facility

Parkland Library seeking increase in tax rate to pay for new facility
ALLENTOWN, Pa.

Parkland Community Library officials are seeking ways to help fund a proposed $14 million new facility, by asking voters to approve a significant tax rate increase.

Health and Technology efforts receive boost in EASD

EASTON, Pa.

The Easton Area School District board labeled the last several weeks “celebratory” thanks to some positive movement in funding two key programs.

A sign of compromise wins Movie Tavern zoning relief

LOWER MACUNGIE TWP., Pa.

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WFMZ's Karin Mallett: DNC day 2 wrap

WFMZ's Karin Mallett: DNC day 2 wrap

Hillary's nomination was the highlight of the evening for delegates inside the Wells Fargo Center.

WFMZ's Karin Mallett: DNC Day 1

WFMZ s Karin Mallett DNC Day 1

The Democratic National Convention officially kicks off today and it's already being surrounded by some controversy.

Pennsylvania to get federal funding to fight the Zika virus

Zika research

IOC/Fiocruz via CNN

Pennsylvania is getting about $1.8 million from the federal government to help fight the Zika virus.

Wolf signs bill allowing production of industrial hemp

Industrial hemp

Dylan Lovan/AP

A new law is on the books that could eventually lead to the return of the production of industrial hemp in Pennsylvania.