Here’s the latest from the WNPV Newsroom

Bannon: Beware of Hurricane Michael Scams

Bucks County’s Consumer Champ, Mike Bannon is sending warnings about scammers trying to dupe consumer out of their money by falsely saying they are with an organization collecting for Hurricane Michael relief. Bannon also has some advice on taking care of your heater with winter just around the corner.  

Non Profit Critical of Amazon

Amazon is one of the most successful tech companies in history, but one non-profit is not a fan.


New Book Remembers 1968 Football Game

The football game between Harvard and Yale ended in a tie but featured some well known people and details how one of the teams made one of the most impossible comebacks in college football history.


Officer Recognized For 30 Years of Service

Hatfield Township Police Corporal Pat Hanrahan explains that there are some aspects he will miss and other facets  he will not miss.


Statute of Limitations Awaits Pa. Senate Action

The 40th Statewide Grand Jury made four recommendations to the legislature following its investigation, which found that 301 predator priests in Pennsylvania sexually abused more than 1,000 children over seven decades.

Author Calls For Stronger Immigration Policies

  Author Reiham Salam calls for stricter immigration policies in the U.S. including citizens who want to bring relatives to the U.S. be required to pay for the health insurance of those relatives to enter the country.


Eagles Get Good Start in Win Over Giants

Eagles even their record at 3 and 3 after knocking off the New York Giants Thursday night 34 to 13. WNPV’s Darryl Berger interviews Sports Writer and AM Edition contributor Ed Kratz about the Eagles win.

Author Stephen Carter Releases “Invisible”

Author Stephen Carter goes into his family’s past in his new book, Invisible: The Forgotten Story of The Black Woman Lawyer Who Took Down America’s Most Powerful Mobster.