Caught On Camera: Good Samaritans Capture Alleged Armed Robber In Bucks CountyIt happened Saturday at the Queen Anne Plaza Shopping Center on South Oxford Valley Road in Fairless Hills.
Two Workers Burned By Acid At Bucks County PlantAuthorities say two workers were burned after they were splashed by acid at a dental implant manufacturing plant.
Bucks County Family Hit Hard By Government Shutdown Eddie and Kerri Guster review the thousands of dollars in bills they can’t pay now that Eddie is furloughed from his job at the Environmental Protection Agency.
Bucks County Deli Employee Arrested After Trying To Sell Drugs To Police OfficerIn late December 2012, Lansdale Police received information that an employee from Lansdale Meats & Deli in Hatfield named “Leon” was involved in selling marijuana.
Falls Township Coach Charged With Having Sex With Underage Girl34-year-old Kevin Jones is charged with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and related offenses after it was revealed he had a sexual relationship with a young girl that he coached in softball.
Lottery Reveals Pennsylvania's Newest Multimillionaire; Winning Ticket Sold In Bucks CountyPennsylvania’s newest millionaire was revealed Friday at the state’s lottery headquarters.
Jackpot-Winning Powerball Ticket Worth $50 Million Sold In Bucks CountyIf you purchased tickets for Wednesday night’s Powerball lottery in Bucks County, check your tickets, you could be $50 million dollars richer.
Police: 11-Year-Old Girl Groped Inside Bucks County Barnes & Noble It was right inside a Bucks County Barnes and Noble, in the court at Oxford Valley, where police say a man grabbed an 11-year-old girl from behind and inappropriately touched her as other customers were nearby.
Police Searching For Armed Robbery Suspect In Bucks CountyThe FBI and the Falls Township Police Department are asking for the public's help in identifying and locating the person who robbed a Wells Fargo Bank branch in Bucks County, Pa. Saturday.
Hundreds Of Archdiocesan Students Rally To Save Catholic SchoolsAs hundreds of students across the Archdiocese protested his decision to close dozens of schools, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput spent Monday morning in calm confines at a school that will not close: Bishop Shanahan High School in Downingtown.
Obama Returns To Philadelphia Region To Push New Energy Policies