It's time to take a look back at the stories making headlines this week in the 69 News Week In Review.
Monday, a fire forced a family of 10 from their home in Montgomery County.
The fire ravaged this home in 700 block of Lincoln Avenue.
Fortunately, the entire family was able to escape.
Officials said the family lost just about everything.
On Tuesday, wintry weather wreaked havoc on area highways, causing nightmares for Christmas Eve travelers.
Snow squalls swept through the area, causing major accidents that resulted in the Pennsylvania Turnpike being shut down between Allentown and Clarks Summit.
Wednesday, a Berks County girl whose Christmas wish inspired an entire community to come together lost her battle to cancer.
8-year-old Delaney Brown-- known affectionately as Laney-- died early Christmas morning inside her West Reading home surrounded by loved ones.
Laney had been battling acute myeloid leukemia, a type of blood cancer for 7 months.
Just days before her death, about 10,000 people gathered outside Laney's home to sing her favorite Christmas carols.
On Thursday, police continued their search for clues in the robbery of a Salvation Army store in Montgomery Township.
Officials said the store was robbed just two days before Christmas.
An employee at the store said the female suspect robbed the store at knife-point and got away with cash.
The suspect is still on the loose.
Friday, Bethlehem's top cop called for the firing of an officer charged with DUI following a car wreck.
A city spokesperson said the police chief sent a memo to city council recommending Officer Richard Hoffman be removed from his job.
Hoffman has been on paid administrative leave since being charged with DUI over the summer.
Investigators said Hoffman drove drunk, hit parked cars, and flipped his car onto its side when he was off duty.