A Bucks County man is behind bars, charged with homicide by vehicle DUI and related offenses in connection with a deadly crash in Falls Township last October.
Local police are offering their parking lots to residents who want to make a Craigslist exchange without risking their safety.
Authorities are still investigating the scope of the operation, and say more arrests could be made in the coming weeks.
Flooding has been reported in some areas as the winter storm continues to move across the region.
A Philadelphia-area worker fatally crushed by a massive pile of road salt has been identified as a father of two from New Jersey.
A freak accident left one man dead on the job in Bucks County. Authorities say he was crushed by a collapsing pile of rock salt, measuring 100 feet tall.
Police say for the last month, 35 cars were reported broken into throughout Falls Township, but police believe the number is much higher.
Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at “Que For The Troops” in Falls Township on June 1st, 2013.
Authorities in Burlington County, New Jersey are reaching out to the public, trying to solve the mysterious death of a 22-year-old Bucks County woman last year.
Police say a 65-year-old man is dead following a fire that swept through a trailer home in Falls Township, Bucks County Sunday night.
A 34-year-old girl’s softball coach in Bucks County is facing charges for allegedly having sex with a 14-year-old girl.
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.
Attorneys for a suburban Philadelphia tattoo artist charged with sex crimes involving more than a dozen children are set to begin presenting their defense.
Falls Township Police say four people crashed an apparent underage drinking party, and robbed the party-goers.
One of the latest victims in a rash of pillowcase burglaries across our region shared her frightening ordeal exclusively with Eyewitness News.