Here’s the latest from the WNPV Newsroom

Bucks Jury Finds Sean Kratz Guilty

After nearly three days and 18 hours of deliberations, a Bucks County jury finds 22 year old Sean Kratz Guilty on all charges. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte reports.


United Way Adjusts to Consolidation

Two members of The United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey were guests with Darryl Berger on WNPV’s Comment Please By Univest Friday to discuss the changes impacting the United Way since the consolidation of individual branches, including the North Penn United Way in 2017.

Arrest in Norristown Hit and Run

A 31 year old man, who allegedly didn’t have a license, is accused of striking Samuel Jackson Sunday evening, killing the Vietnam veteran. WNPV’s Joe LeCompte has more on the arrest and a heartfelt part of the tragedy. Click below to listen to report.

Muhlenberg Poll on Impeachment

Dr. Chris Borick, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion, was a guest with Darryl Berger on the AM Edition Thursday to discuss the impeachment inquiry hearings and how Pennsylvanians feel about the impeachment process. Click below to listen to interview. 


Mensch Talks Up Positives of Turnpike

Local State Senator Bob Mensch was a guest Wednesday on WNPV’s AM Edition with Darryl Berger to discuss the ongoing project on the Northeast Extension. Click below to listen to interview.

Bucks Jury Deliberates Kratz Fate

A Bucks County Jury has the case of Sean Kratz, accused of taking part in the murders of three men on a Bucks County farm.