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100 -Year Flood Engulfs Lower Bucks County

Experts at the National Weather Service are calling Mondays storm a once in a lifetime event as rain and flooding overwhelmed Lower Bucks County leading to the evacuations of hundreds, if not thousands of residents from their homes. NWS said…

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Live Summer Storm Blog: Lower Bucks Slammed with Rain and Flooding

8 p.m, Short while ago Bristol Township declared Disaster Emergency due to flooding a social media post reads. Officials say the will provide information and details on how to get county and federal help. As of this moment this is…

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Missing Local Woman is Neshaminy School District Employee, Last Seen in Philly, Say Police

Police throughout the area are asking for the publics help with locating a missing Philadelphia woman who works as a counselor in a Lower Bucks school district home safely. Casey Johnston, who goes by "Sandra Jon" on Facebook according to…

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Nearby: Philly Man Charged with Attempted Homicide in Upper Southampton Robbery, Kidnapping

Press Release from the Bucks County District Attorneys Office  A 36-year-old man awaiting trial for robbing and kidnapping a man in Upper Southampton Township in March is now facing attempted homicide charges for that crime. He is also being charged…

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Morrisville Police: Catalytic Converter Thefts on the Rise, Especially for Trucks

The Morrisville Police Department is warning its residents about a recent uptick in vehicle thefts where cars have been stolen so thieves can remove their catalytic converters. Morrisville Police said recent car thefts show a pattern where vehicles stolen are…

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Nearby: Two Men Charged for Arson of State Police SUV, During Philly Protests

One Philadelphia man and another from West Virginia have charged with setting a state trooper vehicle on fire last May by the FBI. Ayoub Tabri, 25, of Arlington, VA, and Lester Fulton Smith, 26, of Philadelphia, PA were each charged…

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