Roxy Therapy Dogs is finding a way to continue helping kids in need during their time of need.
Danica Mulholland, 10, is donating thousands of ear savers for cancer patients and healthcare workers.
Bucks County Emergency Management gave municipalities the green light to open playgrounds if they chose.
Police are investigating after over 100 flags were torn from the graves of veterans in Bucks County.
Police are searching for a gunman after a deadly shooting at a Falls Township hotel early Sunday morning.
In honor of Memorial Day, the Plumsteadville Fire Department was displaying a large American flag attached to the fire truck's ladder.
Lower Southampton Township police say the incident occurred at the ACME supermarket in Feasterville Saturday morning.
The fire broke out around 3 a.m. in Lower Merion Township and quickly rose to two alarms as crews arrived on the scene.
Chief Ken Coluzzi said they found a man lying on the ground outside with multiple gunshot wounds to his face and body.
Pennsylvania counties that remain in red are growing restless as some areas start to reopen.
A Philadelphia judge has ruled that a portion of a civil lawsuit seeking to hold the parents of Cosmo DiNardo who pleaded guilty to killing four men liable for his actions can move forward.
Officers responded to Buttonwood Lane in Levittown for a report of a shooting around 3 p.m. Sunday.
Bucks County, a region with more than 4,000 positive tests, is among the roughly 30 counties yet to transition from the Red Phase of Gov. Tom Wolf's reopening plan.
Authorities are trying to figure out the extent of the explosives that were found inside a home that was set ablaze by a man.
Police say Kadin Kent Willauer, 13, left his family's home in the middle of the night in his parent's minivan.
A 6-year-old girl's donation led to thousands of dollars being donated to Grand beaches, boardwalk, parks and playgrounds View Hospital.
A family is crediting prayer for a 100-year-old woman's recovery from COVID-19.
A Bucks County man is stepping up to help people struggling with addiction during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One bridal shop in Malvern, PA is using technology so that brides can still say yes to their favorite dress.
Brian Rafferty, a 61-year-old Feasterville resident, has been charged with terroristic threats and harassment.