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

Monday, officials uncovered a massive data breach affecting medical patients in our area.

Community Health Systems -- the parent company of Easton Hospital and Pottstown Memorial Medical Center -- said hackers accessed information of more than 4 million people around the country.

Officials believe the cyber attack came from China.

Personal information stolen included social security numbers, names, addresses, birth dates and telephone numbers.

On Tuesday, authorities in Northampton County ramped up the investigation against parents accused of allowing their young daughter's teeth to decay to the point where it put her life at risk.

Kenneth Wanamaker and Jessica Hoffman are facing child endangerment charges in this case.

And now, authorities are investigating the deaths of their three other children that happened before the endangerment case.

Officials said Hoffman had two stillbirths and a newborn who passed away.

Wednesday, the Berks County District Attorney detailed charges in the case of a 23-year-old man who died after being attacked by a group of men in Reading.

DA John Adams said all seven men involved in the attack are facing homicide charges.

Police said Israel Maisonet was killed last Saturday after being beaten and stabbed.

Adams said all seven suspects have ties to a street gang.

On Thursday, an Allentown man accused of defrauding the IRS of nearly $3 million confessed to the crime.

Andy Rodriguez, 26, pleaded guilty to 23 counts of making false claims against the U-S.

He faces a possible sentence of 115 years in prison.

Friday, a man who spent decades behind bars for the death of his daughter in the Poconos was released from prison.

Han Tak Lee, 79, spent 24 years in prison after being convicted of setting a fire that killed his daughter at a religious retreat in Stroud Township.

The conviction was overturned this month after a federal judge found it was based on arson science that is now discredited.

Lee said the fire was accidental.