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Northeastern States to Share Gun Violence Data in Effort to Curb it

Law Enforcement agencies in four states have agreed to share gun violence data in an effort to reduce gun related crimes. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, New York Governor Kathy Hochul, and Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont …

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SCOTUS Rules in Favor of PA Teen Cheerleader Who Cursed Online

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a former Pennsylvania High School cheerleader who was suspended from school for a profanity filled rant she posted to social media when she was off school grounds. The case has been closely watched…

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Bucks Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Child Porn & Enticing Minors from Comic Convention

A Bucks County man was sentenced to 15 years of prison time for  victimizing  four children, some of whom he met at Comic-Con, the comic book convention, Federal authorities announced Tuesday. Michael Shore, 35, of Richboro, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to…

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Federal Unemployment Benefits Come to PA, First Checks Issued

With more than 1.26 million Pennsylvanians filing for unemployment, according to state data, since the middle of March Governor Ton Wolf announced Friday federal unemployment funds are now available for residents  As part of the The COVID-19 relief package the…

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2 New Coronavirus Cases in Bucks, Not Due to Community Spread, Officials Say

Two new coronavirus cases were announced Tuesday in Bucks County, both of them easily traced to the source of infection, bringing the number cases in the county to nine officials said. One is the spouse of an elderly patient who…

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Bucks DA Sues E-Cigarette Maker Jool for “Plot” to Addict Kids to Vaping

Bucks County District Attorney Press Release  The Bucks County District Attorney is fighting back against e-cigarette makers JUUL and Eonsmoke, announcing Wednesday the filing of a lawsuit alleging a plot to lure minors into getting hooked on vaping. The suit…

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