Scheduling updates are available on the Musikfest website. Read more

He said he was on the phone with dispatchers as he tried kicking down the door to see if anyone was inside. Read more

It happened around 3:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon on Route 209 in Franklin Township. Read more

The crash happened around 3:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon on Belvidere- Martins Creek Highway in Lower Mount Bethel Township. Read more


The man, who is now behind bars, then assaulted and killed a woman in a separate incident in Nescopeck, police said. Read more

The fire erupted in the 300 block of North 9th Street. Read more

The New Hope Automobile Show is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Ferrari this weekend. Read more

A residential fire on Connor Lane. Read more

Kevin Littles and Jakiye Taylor are accused of killing 20-year-old Elijah Johnson. Read more

A Berks County favorite says goodbye after more than 50 years, a new restaurant in Nazareth combines a fresh menu with bowling, and more in this week's business happenings. Read more

A historic boxing event will take place on Saturday, August 13. Read more

The pandemic, had people everywhere chomping at the bit to get back to normal life and start attending events again.  Read more

Adam Smith, 38, was last seen Thursday wearing a green button down or black shirt and green/tan shorts.  Read more

Canine unit's were used to conduct a search of the premise with negative results, police report.  Read more

Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman is acknowledging he is lucky to be alive as he officially returns to the campaign trail. He's been sidelined for more than 90 days after suffering a stroke that threatened the Democrat's life and political strength in one of the nation’s premier Senate contests. Fetterman spoke Friday for nearly 11 minutes, haltingly at times, as he addressed several hundred voters packed inside an Erie convention center. The 52-year-old lieutenant governor says: “Tonight for me, it’s about being grateful — just grateful. Three months ago my life could have ended.” Republican opponent Dr. Mehmet Oz has railed against Fetterman's prolonged absence throughout the summer. Read more

It’s not just mosquitos. Flooding, extreme heat and other climate-related hazards are bringing people into contact with pathogens more often. Read more

Shuman Development Group hosted an open house at its Berks County Trust Building on Friday.  Read more

The event will begin with entertainment and food vendors at 1 p.m. with the bell of the first bout set to ring at 3:30 p.m. Read more


Red McFly, a producer and rapper from the Lehigh Valley, is being given the opportunity to open for Ja Rule and Ashanti at Musikfest.   Read more

A new National Park comes only from an act of Congress. A congress member has to first introduce a bill for it to pass.  Read more

The Bucks County District Attorney's office is going for a 1st-degree murder conviction against Anna Maria Tolomello.  Read more

Back-to-school shopping is more expensive than ever. The average family will spend $864. Read more

State Rep. Bob Freeman wants to make it easier for renters to become homeowners.  Read more


It's been just over a year since a deadly shooting in the parking lot of a Target store in Lower Nazareth Township.  Read more


America sizzled through some hot nights last month, enough to make history. Federal meteorologists say the Lower 48 states in July set a record for overnight warmth. The average overnight temperature for the continental United States in July was 63.6 degrees, which is the highest in 128 years of recordkeeping. This matters because cooler temperatures overnight are crucial for people, animals and plants to recover from the warmth of daytime heat waves. In the U.S., the nighttime is warming faster than the daytime. Climate scientists say that's a signature of human-caused global warming. Read more

The news anchor spent the past 25 years at WEEU, reporting on the news in Berks County and beyond. Read more

The DA's Office reports the scam involves an email that appears for come from the Bucks County Sheriff’s Office and threatens the recipient with arrest if they do not pay a fee. Read more

Bethlehem Shared Services, a cigar business, plans the development for Lehigh Valley Industrial Park 7 on a lot at the corner of Fourth and Emery streets. Read more