Entries by News Director

Police Charge Lower Bucks Man With 200 Counts of Child Porn

A 32-year-old Bensalem Township man is under arrest after authorities discovered more than 1,000 images of young children engaging sex acts. Police say, Salvador Barbaro Jr faces 200 counts of child porn charges. Investigators with the Pennsylvania Office of The Attorney General and Bensalem Township Police served a search warrant Wednesday where the images were […]

Governor Corbett Remains Confident on Core Agenda Items

Governor Tom Corbett’s three agenda items failed to gain traction at the end of the legislative session, leaving liquor privatization, pension reform and transportation funding undone. “I’ve been a lawyer and prosecutor. You’re going have times when you get everything you want and times when you don’t get everything you want, but I would be […]

Consumer Expert: Watch Out For Big Promises In The Mail

Whether it’s scammers or business activities that may be legal, but unethical, expect things in the mail or over the phone that try to separate you from your money, according the Head of Consumer Affairs for Bucks County. “I Have won free airline tickets, it came to my mailbox, with U-S Air, which I was […]

Man Allegedly Uses Craigslist To Lure Teen To Hotel

A Sellersville man faces a list of charges after allegedly using Craigslist to lure a teen girl to a hotel. Officials with the U-S Department of Homeland Security say, 39-year-old, Michael Barndt thought he was communicating with a 14-year-old girl, but on the other end of the messages he was receiving through yahoo, was an […]

Bucks Co. Man Owns True Copy of Declaration of Independence

What some people believe to be one of only two copies of the Declaration of Independence will be on display today at the Visitor’s Center of Valley Forge National Park in Montgomery County. The document was purchased at a flea market in Bucks County by Doylestown resident, Tom Lingenfelter about 20 years ago. Lingenfelter has […]

Some Tips From Barbeque Guru For Success at The Grill

For thousands of local residents, the 4th of July means cooking out. Everything from seafood to chicken to ribs will be on the grill today. Barbeque guru, Steven RaichlenWas a gust this week on the AM-Edition with a recommendation.   “I think the most common mistake is overcrowding the grill. I work on something I […]

Crafting of Declaration of Independence Was Long Process.

What really happened during those hot summer days of July when the Declaration of Independence was being formed. Dr. Wayne Huss, Professor of History and Chair of The Humanities Division at Gwynedd Mercy College, says Richard Henry Lee spearheaded the move for a free country. The delegate from Virginia presented a resolution on June 7th, […]

WNPV’s Legally Speaking Weighs-In on Zimmerman Case

A jury continues to hear testimony in the Trayvon Martin murder case. The defense for George Zimmerman, the man accused of shooting Martin, has presented a good case thus far, according to Lansdale attorney Greg Gifford. But Gifford predicts, if the jury acquits Zimmerman, there’s another possibility that may unfold. “There is always a possibility […]

Towamencin Man Charged Again With Exposing Himself

The alleged actions of a 60-year-old man have him in trouble with police for the 2nd time in one week. Towamencin Township Police accuse Thomas Clifford of exposing himself to a married couple at the Main Street Apartments at 11 Sunday night. According to the couple, Clifford was completely naked during the incident. Police arrested […]

Norristown Man Killed in Trash Truck Crash

A trash truck crashes in Hilltown Township, killing a Norristown man and sending the driver to Grand View Hospital for treatment. Hilltown Township Police Chief, Christopher Englehart, says it happened Tuesday morning at around 4:30, when the driver lost control of the truck after making a left turn onto Dublin road. The truck skidded on […]

Source Says Gov. Corbett’s Agenda Items May Fall Again

There’s hope in Republican circles that the Governor’s three major agenda items that fell short at the end of the legislative session will see new life in the fall, but Penn Live’s John Micek says, there’s a stark reality facing Governor Corbett in trying to address liquor privatization, pension reform and transportation funding. “If You […]

Phone Scammers Using “Do Not Call List”

Another phone scam is active in the region by way of the “Do not call list.” According to Mike Bannon, Director of The Bucks County Department of Consumers Affairs. “We got calls in the last week from people who said they were called by someone from the National Registry of the “Do not call list”  […]

Phone Scammer Bilks Local Man Out of Thousands of Dollars

A Lansdale family is out several thousand dollars after falling prey to a phone scam on June 27th. The caller identified himself as a member of the federal crime control agency, which does not exist. Lansdale Borough Police Sergeant, Alex Kromdyk says the caller told the man, who lives on Cherry street that he owed […]

Lansdale Borough Hall Gets Drenched By Heavy Rain

Heavy rain over the last several days has had an impact on roads, businesses and Lansdale Borough Hall. Officials with Lansdale borough say, heavy rain that soaked the region on Monday morning flooded a conference room, offices and a bathroom. Tables and other furniture were stored in another room that was not impacted by the […]

State Budget Passed.. But Political Differences Still Alive

One day after passing the budget, there’s a clear divide in Harrisburg.  Democratic State Rep Matt Bradford says Governor Corbett seemingly wants Bi-partisanship. “But at the same time he’s trying to pursue this strident ideological agenda by rejecting Medicaid for 700-thousand Pennsylvanians.” Bradford also criticized the Governor’s no-tax pledges. Republican State Rep. Mike Vereb says […]

State Rep. Points To Pension Reform As Top Priority

The State Legislature and Governor Tom Corbett can take a deep breath now that a state budget has been signed. While the Governor and lawmakers were able to pass a budget on time for a third straight year, some of the Governor’s core agenda issues, including pension reform, liquor reform and transportation funding, fell short. […]

Univest Bank: Investor Confidence Building.

Today marks the start of the 3rd fiscal quarter. Univest’s Senior Vice President of Investments, Bill Van Sant says, consumers are building confidence. He says, there’s more willingness to invest in the free market, but not a lot of options elsewhere. “With people retiring and living 25 to 30 years after retirement, they realize there’s […]

Methacton School District Hires Lansdale Law Firm

The Lansdale law firm of Dischell, Bartle and Dooley has appointed solicitor of the Methacton School District. It will provide the school board with general legal counsel for 150-dollars per hour. Partner, Frank Bartle says the law firm has been serving school districts and municipalities for a long time. “We’ve represented school districts and have […]