Quakertown School District Votes To Penalize Students Who Rack Up School Lunch DebtIf the debt is not settled within 30 days, the student will not be allowed to participate in extracurricular activities, including the graduation ceremony.
Deliberations In Sean Kratz Murder Trial To Enter Third Day On Friday After Jury Asks Judge Number Of QuestionsBetween Wednesday and Thursday, jurors have asked the judge a number of questions.
With Holidays Approaching, Police In Bucks County Warn Of Uptick Of Vehicle Part Thefts In Popular Shopping AreasPolice are putting out a warning now with the holidays around the corner.
Fire Crews In Bucks County Battle Early Morning House FireAccording to officials, flames sparked around 5:30 a.m. inside of a home on Sunflower Road in Levittown.
Testimony Resumes Thursday In Trial Of Sean Kratz, Man Accused Of Murdering 3 Men On Cousin’s Bucks County FarmKratz is accused in the murders of three men on his cousin, Cosmo DiNardo's, Bucks County farm. 
Defense Attorney Calls Sean Kratz 'Idiot' With A Low IQ During Murder Trial In Bucks CountyBucks County prosecutors argued that Sean Kratz should get the death penalty.
Police Investigating Medication Found Mixed With Halloween Candy In Newtown TownshipOn Friday, police say a caller told them they found a clear plastic bag containing what is believed to be anxiety medication in their child's candy bag.
One Of Founders Of Legendary Run-DMC Gives Bucks County Middle Schoolers Master Class On Life LessonsOne of the founders of Run-DMC put on a master class of life lessons Wednesday in Bucks County.
'Scourge On Our Youngest Generation': Quakertown Community School District To File Lawsuit Against Vaping ManufacturersThe school district is resorting to unprecedented action to combat this crisis
Philadelphia Man Arrested After Killing 2 Men At West Rockhill Campground, Bucks County DA's Office SaysProsecutors announced the arrest of 40-year-old Miles Jones on Saturday.
Bucks County Police Investigating Vandalism Of Catholic Church In Buckingham TownshipInvestigators say someone damaged church banners and wooden pro-life crosses between Oct. 4 and Oct. 12.