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Warminster Pediatrician Responds After Ex-Aide Admits Child Porn

WARMINSTER, PA — No patients were harmed, and none of their records were accessed, by a former medical assistant at a Warminster pediatrics office who has pleaded guilty to child pornography, the practice said Friday.


Pennsylvania to auction over 360 used, seized vehicles

GRANTVILLE, Pa. (WHTM) - More than 360 vehicles, either seized by police or formerly used by state agencies, will go on sale by auction next week. The state's first vehicle auction of the year will be held Tuesday at Manheim Keystone Pennsylvania, at 488 Firehouse Road in Grantville, beginning at 10


Montgomery County to hold annual Black History Program

NORRISTOWN — Montgomery County residents are invited to attend the annual Black History Program hosted by the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services Black History Month Committee on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.


Jury seated for trial of man accused in gunshot slaying of man in Norristown

NORRISTOWN — An 18-year-old Philadelphia man has his jury and testimony will begin Monday at his Montgomery County Court trial on charges he fatally shot a 19-year-old man in Norristown during a robbery that detectives alleged occurred under the guise of a drug deal.


Gov. Tom Wolf creates Pennsylvania census team

The next decennial census count of the nation’s population is right around the corner. To prepare for the April 1, 2020, start of the count, Gov. Tom Wolf has selected more than three dozen organizations to help Pennsylvania poll its people.


Jenkintown scores a keeper with ambitious BYOB

They fell in love to the fast-paced rhythm of tapas life at Amada, where he was a sous-chef and she was in management at the front of the house. But like a lot of young couples who connect in the excitement of the city and then begin dreaming about a mellow future, the suburbs were calling. That’s h


Montgomery County Commissioners repot state of the county' is strong

NORRISTOWN — The state of Montgomery County is strong. That was the message conveyed by all three commissioner's Thursday at their bimonthly meeting which was moved to the county courthouse across the street from its usual venue at One Montgomery Plaza due to ongoing renovations.


25 bullets fired: Teen killed, witness' car struck in Kensington shooting

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- A shootout in the Kensington section of Philadelphia left a teenager dead and a woman shaken after her vehicle was struck multiple times. Police say 25 shots were fired around 10:30 p.m. Thursday on the 400 block of West Huntington Street.


5 men shot, one of them dead near Pennsylvania Ave and Bloom Street

BALTIMORE, Md. — Baltimore Police are investigating reports of five men shot near the area of Pennsylvania Avenue and Bloom Street. According to police, around 6:15 p.m. Thursday, patrol officers heard gunshots coming from the area of Pennsylvania Avenue and responded to the scene.


Pennsylvania Game Commission internship plants career seeds for student

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A summer internship with the Pennsylvania Game Commission helped Penn State senior Dominic Lenzi cultivate his skills in the field of forestry. Lenzi, of Hermitage, a forest ecosystem management major in the College of Agricultural Sciences, learned about the internship when a


Pennsylvania boy, 4, dies after being impaled with glass shard

PHILADELPHIA – Police say a Pennsylvania toddler is dead being struck by a shard of glass while playing with his two sisters. Adrian Ortega, 4, died Wednesday night after police say he was impaled in the abdomen by a piece of glass that came from a broken picture frame.


Third teenager shot dead in a week in Philadelphia

An 18-year-old who was fatally shot in North Philadelphia Thursday night has become the third teenager to be killed by gunfire in Philadelphia in a week. Police said Tymir Miller was shot multiple times about 10:20 p.m. on the 400 block of West Huntingdon Street in the city’s Fairhill section.


Pink's Hot Dogs Opens First East Coast Location In KOP Mall

KING OF PRUSSIA, PA — A legendary Hollywood hot dog joint has opened up its first East Coast location in the King of Prussia Mall. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Friday, Feb. 22.


Wawa Workers Bitten, Sprayed After Confronting Robbers Stealing Items From Shelves, Police Say

Three Wawa employees wound up hurt after being attacked by four young people who were in the process of stealing from a Northeast Philadelphia store, Philadelphia police said. The employees, one woman and two men, confronted the group of 19 and 20 year olds after seeing them stealing items off the s


I Don't Regret Believing Jussie Smollett. Here's Why.

A month before the 2016 election, my husband and I became the victims of ongoing hate crimes and harassment. My husband is a transgender man, and I’m a queer cisgender woman. The crimes against us were motivated by homophobia and transphobia and lasted for about nine months. We don’t talk much about


Police: 8 sexual assaults incidents under investigation in South Philly

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Philadelphia police are searching for a suspect they believe to be connected to at least eight sexual assault incidents in South Philly dating back to last December.


Pennsylvania may sue if it loses funds to border wall

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania's attorney general says he's concerned about the legality of President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and could sue if Pennsylvania loses federal funds because of it.


Warminster Restaurant Inspections: 8 Violations At Local Diner

WARMINSTER, PA — The Bucks County Department of Health inspected eight Warminster establishments over the past two weeks. Here's what they found. Click on the link on the restaurant name to see details, including descriptions of the violations that inspectors discovered.


Pennsylvania prisons to stop copying inmates' legal mail

To settle two federal lawsuits, the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections will stop intercepting and copying inmates’ legal mail as part of its drug surveillance and security plans.


Police: Video shows man who killed another outside of corner store

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- A $20,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a killer who gunned down a man outside a corner store earlier this month. Investigators just released this video showing the gunman inside a business on the 4900 block of Thompson Street, around 7:30 p.