Twenty to 30 emergency units are responding to a HAZMAT situation at a recycling plant in Northampton, Pennsylvania.
Transportation services have been suspended in New Jersey and Pennsylvania due to the winter storm.
Statistically speaking the superintendent of the Council Rock School District says the greatest threat to children’s safety doesn’t come from strange gunmen walking in off the street, but rather someone who is directly connected to the school, such as a parent who might be going through a bitter custody battle.
An eastern Pennsylvania woman is scheduled to enter a guilty plea Monday in the slaying of her estranged boyfriend the day before they were due to appear in court on a child custody matter last spring.
A judge has granted a delay in the trial of an eastern Pennsylvania woman who could face the death penalty if convicted of killing the father of her four children just hours before a scheduled custody hearing.
A judge issued a stay of proceedings; all sides have until August 31st to come up with a solution.
Township solicitor Michael Savona says the case will soon be going to US District Court after they filed a complaint against ATC, saying they’re violating the telecommunications act by building towers within 300 feet of residential neighborhoods.
Chris talks to Phillies OF Hunter Pence about his upcoming charity event, Steve Cordasco about Facebook’s IPO, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece to preview the Sixers and Phillies weekends, and Breitbart.com’s Larry O’Connor about biography discovered of President Obama claiming he was born in Kenya.
Chris examines President Obama’s evolving position on gay marriage, details the settlement in the Duck Boat case and residents in Northampton fighting to block cell phone towers. He talks to Congressman Pete Sessions about the economy and the upcoming elections in November.
Time is running out for Philadelphia area healthcare nonprofit organizations to apply for $40,000 “Impact Awards” from drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline.
Pa. Reports Thousands Of Flood-Damaged Buildings, Philadelphia Receives Federal Aid For Hurricane Irene
In response to the statewide flooding problems, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter announced Tuesday that FEMA has declared that residents of Philadelphia, who experienced damages due to Hurricane Irene, are eligible for Individual Assistance
President Obama has issued an emergency declaration for the commonwealth of Pennsylvania and ordered federal aid to supplement state and local response efforts stemming from Hurricane Irene.
Lehigh County officials have announced the arrest of two men in connection to more than 100 burglaries and attempted burglaries across five different counties.