The Tullytown Police Department has been cleared of any wrongdoing in connection with an incident where a police officer used a taser on a teenage shoplifting suspect last year.
The owners of the cars involved in Friday’s chain reaction crashes on the Pennsylvania Turnpike are getting a look now at the damage to their vehicles.
Police in Bristol Township, Bucks County, are trying to figure out how a dog became leashed to a rock in the Neshaminy Creek over the weekend, left there as the creek was rising.
It’s called “The Way Home” and it places five men into a rental home, with support services if needed, like alcohol, drug or mental health treatment.
Bensalem Township police arrested 18-year-old Jason Knapp on Wednesday for slashing tires on 22 different vehicles in less than a week.
If an uninsured driver gets injured after being hit by a driver who is covered, can the uninsured driver sue for damages?
The official word comes Friday on which Catholic schools in the Philadelphia area will close at the end of this school year. But several elementary schools are already saying they’ve won their appeals and will stay open.
Police say 30-year-old Loretta Hall appeared to be visibly intoxicated after she left her one-year-old daughter outside in a shopping cart.
Tracy Carluccio of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network says the proposed fees pale in comparison to the damage that can be done by fracking.
Police charged the mother after they found the three children — ages four, two, and one — inside a home in Bristol, Pa. that was littered with human feces, rotten food, dirty laundry, and had no running water.