King Of Prussia
Investigators say a suspect who was looking for a $50,000 ransom murdered a baby girl and her grandmother in Montgomery County.
A 61-year-old Indian woman found slain in a suburban Philadelphia apartment where she was babysitting her granddaughter while visiting her family died of cuts to her neck and chest, a coroner said Thursday. The 10-month old girl remains missing.
The search continues for Saanvi Venna. The 10-month-old has been missing since Monday, when her grandmother was killed and the infant was taken from an apartment in King of Prussia. Hundreds gathered on Wednesday night, praying for her safe return during a candlelight vigil.
Police are continuing their intense manhunt for a baby who was abducted after her grandmother was murdered in Upper Merion Township Monday afternoon.
There are a lot of casinos in our area now, and when you visit one you know you’re being watched. But you may not realize how closely you’re being watched. With hundreds of high-tech cameras, security now can see nearly every move you make – from an elevator, to a hallway, to the parking garage, even the street outside, they are watching.
One of the fastest growing fitness programs is attracting a loyal following and generating lots of buzz.
Two people were injured when a van veered off the Schuylkill Expressway and into the woods Wednesday evening.
A job fair in King of Prussia yesterday drew a light turn-out, in stark contrast to job fairs held four years ago at the height of the recession.
New home sales increased 3.6 % percent in July; that’s 25% more than this time last year.
Eyewitness News first reported on Trooper Barry Searfoss, who police say caused the accident that killed a young woman.
A $40,000 reward is being offered in connection to an armed smash-and-grab robbery at a high-end watch store in King of Prussia.
Police say there was a smash and grab robbery at the Tourneau watch store in King Of Prussia Mall Friday night.
C’mon, admit it: just about everyone growing up has pretended to be a rock star while imagining throngs of adoring fans cheering them on.
“You can generally discriminate when you’re hiring on the basis of attractiveness. But you cannot discriminate on the basis of, for example, age or disability at the same time.”
The Philadelphia area’s newest casino is scheduled to open its doors this spring in Montgomery County and later this week it will be holding a three-day job fair for food and beverage positions.