Man Pleads Guilty to Quakertown Murder That Became Cold Case

Daman Andrew Smoot, 37, pleaded guilty to third degree murder Monday in the 2004 death of his one-time roommate, Adam Brundage. Brundage’s disappearance became an enduring cold case out of Quakertown that wasn’t solved until Smoot’s arrest earlier this year.

Tom Wolf Judge

Judge: Wolf’s COVID-19 Business Closures, Gathering Limits Unconstitutional

U.S. District Judge William Stickman IV found that Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration’s policy limiting indoor and outdoor gatherings and events to 25 and 250 people, respectively, violates ‘the right of assembly enshrined in the First Amendment.’ Stickman also found Wolf and Health Secretary Rachel Levine’s stay-at-home and business closure orders to be unconstitutional.

Who Is Entering Hundreds Cars Bucks County

Who is Sneaking Into Hundreds of Cars in Bucks County?

Bucks County detectives from Hilltown Township to Yardley have a mystery on their hands in the form of a bizarre crime spree, in which the district attorney’s office says one person or a number of individuals have unlawfully entered nearly 1,000 cars in the past year.

St. Luke's Medical School

St. Luke’s Announces New Tuition Assistance for Medical Students

For many young people, the dream of becoming a doctor is fraught: Medical school graduates are often saddled with extreme debt. St. Luke’s University Health Network is looking to change that and make it easier for aspiring physicians to fulfill their dreams.