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Missing man’s body found
Jeremy Cosmi, 25, of Souderton, was found Tuesday night, according to a group set up in his memory on Facebook.
VIDEO Road closures continue after flooding in Lehigh Valley
Pa. Catholic Church sex abuse report names hundreds of priests, accuses leaders of cover-up: 'They hid it all.'
HARRISBURG - Top Roman Catholic leaders in Pennsylvania routinely covered up child sex abuse by hundreds of priests, involving more than 1,000 victims over seven decades, according to a long-awaited grand jury report released Tuesday. The nearly 900-page report - the product of what may be the most
Man chokes woman, steals her meds, police say
Nigro was charged that day with strangulation, simple assault, criminal trespass, theft and harassment, police said. He was arrested Aug. 6 and arraigned before District Judge John Capobianco, who set bail at $20,000, records show.
Woman hit by truck in Bethlehem Twp., seriously hurt
Kurtis Koehler, 34, of the township, was driving west on Turner Street when he turned into a parking lot for the Red Hawk Wrestling Club on the south side of the road between Ninth and 10th streets, Chief Dan Pancoast said.
Tow truck crashes into building, sparks fire that spread through pizzeria, cafe
FRENCHTOWN, NJ (Hunterdon County)– Authorities are investigating a motor vehicle accident and structure fire that occurred on Bridge Street in Frenchtown on Monday evening, according to Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, Chief of Detectives Frank R. Crisologo, and Frenchtown Borough
Pa. grand jury interim report on clergy child sexual abuse is public. What’s next?
The grand jury report was supposed to be released in June, but was left in limbo after current and former clergy members raisedconcernsthat alleged inaccuracies in the report would unfairly damage their reputations. One minister sought to block the release of his medical information in the report, w
4 More Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Proposed In Bucks Co.
Restore Integrative Wellness Center and Chroniceuticals, LLC are seeking to open dispensaries in Doylestown. The company 31 State Street LLC has submitted an application to open a dispensary in Newtown, and Mother's Comfort LLC is seeking to open one in Bristol.
6 displaced after fire breaks out in Easton apartment building
EASTON, Pa. - Several people are out of their homes after fire broke out in Easton.Firefighters were called to an apartment building in the 600 block of Ferry Street around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday.Fire officials said crews arrived to heavy fire on the first floor of the building.The Red Cross is assisti
Police: Attacker punched victim while he was down
Bethlehem police charged Timothy L. Otoole Sr. with simple assault, harassment and public drunkenness in connection to the alleged attack Monday evening on Bethlehem’s South Side. District Judge Richard Yetter arraigned the 52-year-old later that night, setting bail at $5,000.
Here's the starting date for each school in the Lehigh Valley
It's time to wave goodbye to the dog days of summer.That means setting alarm clocks, sharpening pencils and cracking open books to get ready for the fast pace of a new school year.But the Lehigh Valley doesn't have a universal day when this all begins. So we rounded up all the school district start
DUI suspect allegedly tries to outrun police on foot
Authorities charged Donald R. Sigafoos Jr., of Ferry Street in Wilson Borough, with DUI and escape following a traffic stop Saturday night in Forks Township. District Judge Richard Yetter arraigned the 27-year-old Sunday morning, setting bail at $40,000.
Truck Crash Sparks 'Terrible Fire', Levels Pizza Place
What to KnowThe town is 'devastated' after a truck plowed through a local pizzeria and sparked a chain-reaction fire, Frenchtown Mayor Brad Myhre saysGalasso’s Pizzeria on Bridge Street was turned to rubble and the Frenchtown Cafe suffered significant damage after the 3-alarm fireMyhre said in addit
2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Proposed In Doylestown
According to the most recent data from the state, more than 52,000 patients in Pennsylvania have registered to participate in the medical marijuana program. Of those, more than 30,000 have received their identification cards and are able to visit a dispensary to purchase medical marijuana, informati
Police allege bloody assault victim locked in fenced storage area
U. MACUNGIE TWP., Pa. - When authorities in Lehigh County arrived Saturday night to investigate a domestic dispute, they reported finding a woman locked in an outdoor storage area, holding an infant and covered in blood.
Movie Tavern opens in Lehigh County
"I liked the ambiance, I liked the seating. The staff were very attentive. I like the fact that you can get a good meal here. We just loved it and we'll be back," said guest Mary Ellen Culligan-hay.
Sources: One person shot at Cheltenham Township Walmart
Cheltenham, Pa. (WTXF)- Police sources say one person has been shot at the Walmart on 1000 S. Easton Rd in Cheltenham Township.The incident was reported around 6 p.m. Tuesday.There's a large police presence in the area.This is a developing story, please stay with FOX 29 for updates.
WATCH: Frenchtown fire, caused by truck accident, destroys buildings
A massive fire destroyed buildings and left people homeless in Frenchtown late Monday after a truck crashed into a pizzeria on Bridge Street, according to reports.Jenna Intersimone, @JIntersimone
Clergy abuse of children in Pa: Live coverage of grand jury report
The office of state Attorney General Josh Shapiroempaneled the grand jury in 2016 to investigate allegations of child sex crimesacross six of the state's eight Catholic dioceses: Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Scranton, Erie and Greensburg.
Toxins turning up in dozens of public water systems
HORSHAM, Pa. (AP) — Lauren Woeher wonders if her 16-month-old daughter has been harmed by tap water contaminated with toxic industrial compounds used in products like nonstick cookware, carpets and fast-food wrappers. Henry Betz, at 76, rattles around his house alone at night, thinking about the wat