An eastern Pennsylvania woman has been jailed on charges that she endangered her two young children by leaving them behind when she allegedly fled the scene after crashing her vehicle into parked cars while driving drunk.
Police say money was taken from the business before the suspects sped off in a car, leading police on a chase that ended in nearby Falls Township.
The accident was reported shortly before 3:30 p.m. on Pennsylvania Turnpike westbound near Delaware Valley (#358).
The crash occurred around 2:30 p.m. at New Falls Road and Levittown Parkway in Bristol Township.
Of the victims, three were children, the oldest was just four years old.
A suburban Philadelphia resident says she found $30,000 in cash in the pockets of some clothes given to her after an elderly woman died— and returned the money to the woman’s family.
An accident in Bucks County left one person dead Thursday night.
The fire broke out in a row home around 1:45 a.m.
A pedestrian was struck and killed while attempting to cross a Bucks County road early Friday morning.
Pennsylvania’s 8th Congressional District is considered one of the state’s most competitive races. The candidates, Republican Congressman Michael Fitzpatrick and Democrat Kathy Boockvar, faced off Thursday in their first televised debate at Bucks County Community College in Bristol.
Saturday is the 5th Annual Green Fest at the Silver Lake Nature Center in Bristol, Bucks County. And the center is showing off the construction of a building that will be totally off the grid.
For the last time on the circuit, Danica Patrick turned her first laps at a track. Atlanta Motor Speedway is a “cookie cutter” 1.5 mile track, similar to Texas and Charlotte, tracks where Patrick has already been.
The spring Bristol Motor Speedway was not the same as the Bristol Motor Speedway the drivers came to this past weekend. After uneventful racing in the Spring, track owner Bruton Smith took bulldozers to the track and ground the top of the track, creating a whole new Bristol.
A fire police officer died after suffering a heart attack after leaving the scene of a chemical plant fire in Bucks County that was caused by a lightning strike early Wednesday morning.
The remaining residents of a suburban Philadelphia homeless camp have moved out on the order of authorities to make way for a new warehouse.