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Rafferty Sees Flaws In Table Game Legislation

Montgomery County State Senator John Rafferty says he voted against legislation legalizing table games at slot machine casinos, partly because license fees were too low, as he believes they were when slots were legalized.

Accused Thief Faces New Charges

A Horsham woman accused of stealing from residents of the Heritage Towers Retirement Community in Doylestown faces new charges.

Project Seeks Release Of Innocent Inmates

Pennsylvania Innocence Project Legal Director Marissa Bluestine says a few people are convicted and imprisoned every year across the state for crimes they had nothing to do with, and her nonprofit organization is dedicated to identifying them and getting them released.

Hoax Mom Gets A Break

A Bucks County Judge has granted a request for a shorter jail term to a mother who admitted making up a phony story about being kidnapped.

Sex For Series Tix Case Heads For Trial

A woman accused of offering sex for Phillies World Series tickets is heading for trial in Bucks County Court.

Lansdale Officials Say Goodbye

Lansdale officials have said goodbye to five of their own.   Borough Council Members Carl Guenst, Jim Daneker, John Smiley, Joe Flyzik and Bill Henning Wednesday night attended their final meeting in an official capacity.   Between them they have almost 65 years of public service under their belts.   Henning came up short in the election last […]