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    Nurse who got Ebola settles hospital lawsuit

    A Texas nurse who contracted Ebola while treating a patient has settled a lawsuit against the hospital where she became infected.

    The diagnosis of Nina Pham was the first known transmission of the disease in the United States. The Texas Health Presbyt...


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Local family set to find their dream home on 'House Hunters'

Local family set to find their dream home on House Hunters

For the Bodtmann family, there is no place like home even though they took an unconventional route to get there

Police: Man crashes into ex's car with daughter in the backseat

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The woman told state police she tried to get her daughter out of her ex's car

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

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Ex-Pa. AG sentenced to jail, cuffed in court

Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane was ordered Monday to serve time in jail for her perjury and obstruction conviction.

Son of ex-AG seeks leniency; workers say she terrorized them

Former Pennsylvania attorney general seeks to avoid jail

The 15-year-old son of former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane pleaded for leniency Monday at sentencing in her perjury and obstruction trial.

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

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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.