DA: Unexploded Bombs Could Still Be Live Throughout Upper Bucks

Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said Tuesday that some explosive devices allegedly deployed earlier this year by suspected Upper Bucks bomber David W. Surman Jr. and his alleged co-conspirator and girlfriend Tina May Smith could still be live and a danger to members of the public. Devices have been linked to explosions in Milford Township, as well as Ottsville and Upper Black Eddy.

DA Announces Charges Against White Student After Pep Rally Fight Probe

Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli announced at a news conference Tuesday that following an investigation, his office will pursue charges of ethnic intimidation and cyber harassment against a 14-year-old Saucon Valley High School student who allegedly filmed and shared on social media a racist video of a 16-year-old black student, which led to a fight at the SVHS Homecoming Pep Rally in October.