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With the weather warming up and hikers and campers taking to the open air, the Bucks County Health Department urges caution around animals.
The past five years have seen more than 300 people die in crashes involving distracted driving, according to PennDOT.
The Bucks County School Watch Hotline is 1-877-888-7140.
Government, Public Safety
The National Rifle Association will hold a "major" news conference Friday as it promises to help make sure a tragedy like the mass murders at Sandy Hook Elementary never happens again.
Schools, Public Safety
When tragic news breaks, it's important not to get caught up in the anxiety of the event, said one expert.
Opinion, Business, Local Connections, Awareness, Public Safety
One to two inches of snow are possible Wednesday into Thursday along with gusty winds, according to the National Weather Service.
Government, Business, Public Safety
All three of the county's electric suppliers still were working to restore electricity to all customers.
Business, Public Safety
Utility companies predict that most or all of Bucks County will be restored to power by midnight Sunday.
Volunteers in the News, Public Safety
A group is organizing volunteers in Bucks and Montgomery counties to help people tackle damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy.
Thousands are still without power in Newtown but some neighborhoods reported restoration Wednesday.
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