Police: Suspect Jumps Into Schuylkill River During Chase, Now In CustodyA suspect that jumped into the Schuylkill River during a police pursuit is now in custody.
Former Attorney General Kathleen Kane Faces SentencingThe sentence could range from probation to a maximum sentence of 12 to 24 years in prison.
Waiting For Your Absentee Ballot In Montgomery County? You're Not AloneIf you’ve requested an absentee ballot in Montgomery County and haven’t gotten it yet, you’re not alone.
Malfunction Causes Delay In Roll-Out Of Emergency Radios In MontcoRoll-out of new emergency radios to first responders in Montgomery County is on hold due to a malfunction with some of the models.
Bill Clinton Campaigns In MontCo, Making Case For Why Hillary Clinton Deserves Your Vote On Tuesday afternoon, former President Bill Clinton campaigned for his wife, Hillary Clinton at Montgomery County Community College.
Former AG Kane 'Humbled' By Conviction, Seeks ProbationThe former attorney general hopes to avoid jail time so she can raise her children.
FBI Searching For 'Straw Hat Bandit' Targeting Pa. BanksThe suspect is wanted in connection to 11 bank robberies since 2012.
Officials Say Many Homes In PA May Be Plagued With Improper Stucco InstallationExperts we spoke with say that these issues are currently being found in thousands of homes produced by many of the area's largest builders.
Clown Threats No Laughing Matter For MontCo Professional ClownMontgomery County-based Judy Tudy has entertained audiences as a professional clown for more than 30 years. In fact, her entire family clowns.
Life In Prison For Sudanese Refugee Convicted In Stabbing Death Of Co-Worker At Montco Meat-Packing PlantPeter Atem was convicted of First Degree Murder, as he stabbed Vazquez nine times at the Mopac rendering plant in February, 2015.
Brotherly Love: Famous Visitor Inspires County's Food DriveLast year, Pope Francis stayed at St. Charles Borromeo seminary in Lower Merion for a night and Montgomery County officials wanted to give the visiting pontiff a tangible thank-you.
Police Chief: Media Not Reporting Race Of Man Police Stopped From Committing Suicide In AbingtonMontgomery County Police Chief Bill Kelly criticized media outlets for not reporting the race of a suicidal individual that police wrestled a gun away from earlier this week.