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Latest News

Measures claiming to promote “energy choice” in Pennsylvania appear to be gaining momentum in the legislature. Read more
An Easton Area School District bus went off the road around 8 a.m. The driver and middle school students appear to have escaped serious injury Read more
Latinos won leadership positions in Allentown, Bethlehem and across Pennsylvania. Read more
Kids aged 5-11 can now receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Shots are already being administered across the Lehigh Valley. Read more
Candidates 'read the tea leaves' after the 2021 election. Read more
"What You Need to Know" looks at the Nov. 2 election and the approval of vaccines for children. Read more
The winter holidays are approaching, and the Lehigh Valley is home to a host of events to enjoy a show and shop. Read more
Wolf again urged the Legislature to raise Pa.'s minimum wage to $12 an hour. Read more
The PAC with ties to the Bethlehem Landfill in the township pumped at least $75,000 into the race. Read more
The Democrat becomes the youngest ever elected to Allentown council. Read more
After an apparently failed bid to unseat Democratic County Executive Lamont McClure, in Northampton County, Republican candidate Steve Lynch took to Facebook to call for Read more
J. William Reynolds' victory means his spot on Bethlehem City Council will have to be filled. Read more
The newcomers took the four open seats as a Democratic incumbent fell short. Read more
More kids in Lehigh Valley can now get vaccinated against COVID-19. Read more
Local health providers are rolling out plans to vaccinate children ages 5 to 11 for COVID-19.  Read more
WLVR’s Brad Klein and Megan Frank talk about the Nov. 2 election.  Read more
WLVR’s Brad Klein and Genesis Ortega talk about Tuesday’s election: the Allentown mayoral race; Lehigh County Executive race; Allentown City Council; Lehigh County Commissioners; judges Read more
A back-and-forth battle on Election Night ends with Armstrong saying he's captured a 2nd term. Read more
The Democrat defeated Republican Tim Ramos with 63 percent of the vote. Read more
The Democrat defeated controversial Republican challenger Steve Lynch with 56 percent of the vote. Read more

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