It's time now to take a look back at the stories making headlines this week in the 69 News Week In Review.

Monday, a horrific animal cruelty case -- and an amazing tale of survival -- in Schuylkill County.

McAdoo police said a severely abused pit bull was found partially frozen to the ground after being tied to a sign pole.

The dog has made an amazing recovery and was placed on the local SPCA's adoption list.

Police are continuing to search for the person who abandoned the dog.

On Tuesday, a suspect was identified in the grisly murder of woman in Carbon County.

Anthony Heath of Allentown was arrested after he was found driving the car of murder victim Angela Steigerwalt.

Steigerwalt's burning body was found last Saturday in a wooded area in Jim Thorpe.

Heath is facing homicide and other charges.

Wednesday, a homeless man who was attacked in a Reading laundromat last month died.

The man was found unresponsive by a Reading business owner who was allowing him to stay inside during a storm.

Surveillance video captured the man being viciously attacked by four people last month.

Officials are investigating to determine if the attack contributed to his death.

On Thursday, hundreds of thousands of people in southeastern Pennsylvania were left without power following an ice storm.

The outages were especially prevalent in Montgomery, Bucks and Chester counties.

The widespread outages led to an emergency declaration by Gov. Tom Corbett, who made comparisons to SuperStorm Sandy.

Friday, Allentown police officers jumped into action to help a shooting victim who walked into a police station.

Police said a man came to the Hamilton Street station after allegedly getting shot at a nearby apartment building.

The shooting victim suffered serious injuries, but is expected to survive.

Officers detained two males near Chew and Howard streets and questioned them.