KYW Newsradio first reported Friday morning about the data breach affecting more than 100 restaurants across the country that use a checkout system from a Bucks County company.
Parents of children killed in the 2012 Newtown, Connecticut, school shooting joined Democrats Thursday in calling on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to sign a ban on ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.
Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook mass shooting that shook up a quiet Connecticut town and stunned a nation. A Bucks County native, who is a pastor in the heart of the still reeling community, reflects on the past 12 months.
One Year After Newtown Tragedy, Lawmakers Shift Focus To Service Those Struggling With Mental Health Issues
From the tears over Newtown, Connecticut came vows to make change, so a nearly a year later you might wonder, have we made progress?
A Bucks County youth mentoring program is expected to feel the fallout from Lockheed Martin’s decision to close its facility in Newtown and cut several hundred jobs.
One person is dead after an overnight accident in Newtown, Bucks County.
Where does your right to free speech end? One of those limits is when someone makes terroristic threats.
Organizers in New Jersey have opened the first of several memorial playgrounds that are being built across the region in honor the 26 victims of the Newtown, Conn. Schoolhouse massacre.
The Connecticut prosecutor leading the investigation into the Newtown school shooting says the gunman killed the 26 victims and took his own life within five minutes of shooting his way into the building.
The chorus from Sandy Hook Elementary School will sing “America the Beautiful” before Sunday’s Super Bowl.
A youth hockey association is raising money by raffling off guns.
As Congress considers strict gun control legislation, Vice President Joe Biden took to Google+ Thursday to hear what some of what the social network’s users have to say about the Obama administration’s push for new laws.
Education and law enforcement officials in New Jersey plan to start conducting surprise security inspections at schools across the state.
Upper Merion schools will start 2013 off with a new security measure.
School officials in Marlboro say they are placing armed, uniformed township police officers in the district’s schools.