A tense standoff in Levittown, Bucks County ended peacefully early Saturday morning.
Bristol Township Police say the owner of the pick-up truck that they believe slammed into a Levittown home, early this morning, has turned himself in.
A man has been charged with criminal homicide in the death of his toddler son after authorities said high levels of a prescription narcotic painkiller were found in the child’s blood.
If you shy away from carpooling or taking public transit because you worry how you’d get home in case of an emergency, a program from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission might be able to help.
There is one high school football team in Bucks County that doesn’t have to look far for their inspiration.
Police say it appears the stabbing had occurred after a dispute during a basketball game in Elderberry Park.
Only Eyewitness News caught up with the suspect, 30-year-old Thomas Piscione’s parents who declined to comment but asked that we don’t jump to conclusions. They called the allegations, a possible misunderstanding.
An 85-year-old Levittown man is dead after a car accident in Bucks County early Thursday morning.
Police say it happened Wednesday night on Northpark Drive and Northcourt Lane in Levittown.
The male, who was in court waiting to be transported to Bucks County Prison, fled the courthouse while in handcuffs. He was captured about 45 minutes later.
Authorities say a mother and her daughter were stabbed multiple times during an apparent domestic-related attack Friday night in Levittown, Bucks County.
The proposal by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to sign a long-term lease with a Levittown company to manage 13 cemeteries will be subject of a court hearing on Monday.
Family tells us police are questioning a man in the case. Tatiana says she was at her sister’s apartment minutes before this all happened and that very man was there.
The fire was reported at about 3:30 p.m. at the 3500 block of Bristol Oxford Valley Road in Levittown.
Police say for the last month, 35 cars were reported broken into throughout Falls Township, but police believe the number is much higher.