Some Venezuelans took to the streets of Caracas Saturday to personally hold President Nicolas Maduro responsible for crime, blackouts and shortages plaguing the country. Meanwhile, pro-government protesters also took to the streets Saturday not only to back Maduro, but also to lionize his predecessor, the deceased Hugo Chavez.
A husband and wife were found dead inside their Poconos home following an apparent homicide/suicide, according to Monroe County Coroner Bob Allen.
A gas leak in Reading left some neighbors fired up on Friday.
A community came together Saturday in Northampton County to help a family-owned dairy farm devastated by winter weather last month
New details have emerged in a shooting that happened in Berks County last weekend.
A pregnant woman was fatally shot Friday afternoon in her home in what appears to be an accidental discharge of a handgun.
A man was shot in the leg following a brawl outside an Allentown bar early Saturday morning, police said.
Stephen Donches has resigned as the embattled head of the long-delayed National Museum of Industrial History in Bethlehem.
Top officials in Philadelphia hope that Pope Francis will attend a huge Roman Catholic gathering planned for the city next year.
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If your child plays sports, chances are you've worried about concussions.
Tucked into Historic Bethlehem, on an East Church Street plot once owned by the family of William Penn, sits a Federal-style mansion, the Society of the Arts 2014 Show House.
A coroner's inquest has been scheduled to determine the cause of death of Matthew Koncseler, a Schuylkill County Prison inmate who died in March 2013.