DHS Announces Plans To Shut Down Civil Section Of Norristown State HospitalDHS Secretary Ted Dallas says the closure is part of the Wolf administration’s efforts to improve access to home and community based services while reducing reliance on institutional care.
Cosby Back In Montco For Pre-Trial HearingBoth sides are arguing over evidence in 78-year-old entertainer's sex assault case.
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 AG Kane 'Humbled' By Conviction, Seeks ProbationThe former attorney general hopes to avoid jail time so she can raise her children.
DMV In Norristown Debuts New TechnologyThe new features include a text message option rather than waiting in line.
First Day In Trial Of Kathleen Kane Comes To A CloseTestimony is underway in the trial of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, who is accused of leaking secret grand jury information then lying under oath to cover it up.
Kane Trial Underway: Prosecutors Cite Revenge As Motive For Alleged LeakThe trial of Kathleen Kane is underway, opening statements first thing today, followed by the first of the prosecution’s witnesses.
Cops: Man Found Shot Dead In McDonald’s Drive-Thru In NorristownThe victim's body was discovered in the parking lot off of the 200 block of West Main Street.
SEPTA Rail Service Resumes After Report Of Suspicious PackageReports of a suspicious package near the Norristown Transportation Center disrupted SEPTA service on the Manayunk regional rail line and the Norristown high speed line.
Woman Arrested For Shooting Death Of Ex-HusbandAuthorities announced the arrest of 63-year-old Hsiu-Chin Lin Monday.
Five Years To The Day, DA Office Makes Arrest In Montco Teen Murder17-year-old D’Ravious Dawkins, known as Ray, was shot and killed on March 18th, 2011 at Noble and West Oak Streets.
Family Of Main Line Mother Beaten To Death Will Ask Parole Board To Deny Her Killer Early ReleaseRafael Robb, the former Penn professor who beat his wife to death, “should stay in prison until he’s served every minute of his ten-year sentence.”

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