Former Pennsylvania State Trooper Sentenced In Shooting Death Of Pregnant WifeJoseph Miller, 37, broke down in tears as he told the court that he not only lost his wife but also his best friend.
Judge Moves Cosby Jury Selection Back A Few Days, Denies Request For Big DelayCosby has pleaded not guilty to charges he drugged and molested Andrea Constand at his Chelteham home in 2004.
Construction Underway On State-of-the-Art YMCA In Montgomery CountyThe new the complex will cost more than $30 million and feature several pools, huge gyms and room for more than 20,000 members.
Start Of Bill Cosby's Sexual Assault Retrial Being Pushed Back Few DaysJudge Steven O'Neill issued an order Monday moving the start of jury selection to April 2.
Middle School Students Turn Casual Art Into Merchandise At Crate & BarrelSome young, local art students have landed a spot in the “home” section of Crate & Barrel.
Man Pleads Guilty To Posing As Rising Country Star To Scam WomanA man posing as an up-and-coming country star has pleaded guilty to swindling a Montgomery County woman and her family out of a quarter million dollars.
Portion Of Schuylkill Expressway Closed After Tractor-Trailer Spills Cargo Of Eggs Across HighwayThe accident happened around 1:30 p.m. on the westbound side of I-76 in King of Prussia.
Officials: Bomb Scare Forces Montgomery County School To EvacuatePolice and other emergency responders in Huntingdon Valley were called out to St. Albert the Great School after the school received the threat Tuesday morning.
Serious Accident Reported On Huntingdon PikeA car veered off the roadway Tuesday morning and crashed into several trees on Huntingdon Pike in Montgomery County.
Legislators Discuss How To Improve, Fund Southeastern Pa. Transportation IssuesFunding Pennsylvania State Police with transportation dollars is once again an issue.
Man Killed In Pottstown Police-Involved ShootingA man has died after an overnight police-involved shooting in Pottstown.
Utility Crews Rush To Restore Power For Thousands As Second Nor'easter LoomsIn Montgomery County, tens of thousands are still without power and many are worried it may not be restored by the time this next storm hits.