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  • UPDATE: Judge rules accused police officer can keep license

    UPDATE: Judge rules accused police officer can keep license
    The metro police officer accused of killing a 30-year-old man on a motorcycle and injuring two others, went before a judge again Thursday. The judge ruled Officer David Bisard can keep his driver's license until the trial. His attorney wants the blood...
  • Motorcycle Ride for Fallen Trooper Joshua Miller

    Motorcycle Ride for Fallen Trooper Joshua Miller
    Dozens of motorcyclists hit the road Thursday to remember a fallen Pennsylvania State Trooper Joshua Miller. Miller was fatally shot in June, 2009, while trying to rescue a 9-year-old boy who had been abducted. Many of the riders making Thursday's...
  • Motorcycle safety The safest equipment to wear when riding your motorcycle.

    <b>Motorcycle safety</b> The safest equipment to wear when riding your motorcycle.
  • Attorney wants to know if Bisard purchased vodka while in uniform

    Attorney wants to know if Bisard purchased vodka while in uniform
    An attorney for Kurt Weekly, one of the victims seriously hurt when IMPD Officer David Bisard crashed into his motorcycle, wants the prosecutor to do some digging into what went on two days prior to the deadly crash. Attorney D. Bruce Kehoe wants...
  • Afternoon Motorcycle Crash Leaves One Man Dead

    Afternoon Motorcycle Crash Leaves One Man Dead
    A York County man is dead after a motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon in Upper Allen Township. 28-year-old Dustin Stevens from East Berlin crashed while attempting to avoid hitting other cars that were stopped on North Route 15. The other cars had stopped...
  • Bikers Ride for Breast Cancer Awareness

    Bikers Ride for Breast Cancer Awareness
    Motorcycle riders beat the rain to raise breast cancer awareness Sunday morning. The bikers rode in the "Boobies, Bikes and Breakfast" event in Lower Swatara Township, Dauphin County. Riders and friends are raising money for the charity "Feel Your...
  • Early Morning Crash Kills 2 On FDR

    Early Morning Crash Kills 2 On FDR
    Police are investigating a motorcycle crash on the FDR Drive Sunday morning that killed two men. It happened around 12:26 a.m. in the vicinity of Broad Street in Lower Manhattan. Investigators say the driver lost control of the Suzuki bike, and ended up...
  • Revved up for the Crest

    GLENDALE — About 200 motorcyclists on Sunday participated in the first of what organizers said would be an annual ride to benefit the restoration of Angeles Crest Highway. Motorcyclists had to pay a $40 fee to join the ride, which began at Pro...
  • Mother of IMPD crash victim sends letter to mayor

    Mother of IMPD crash victim sends letter to mayor
    The Wells family tells Fox59 News it intends to post a billboard on I-465 on the city’s westside next week memorializing Eric. In a Facebook posting, Mary Wells called for, “the Mayor to clean his house.” Wells said she would like to...
  • Star Track: Sam Gale

    One of the best pre-teen motorcycle riders around comes from Middlesex County – Locust Hill, to be specific. Sam Gale, at age 12, won all six of his races in recent District 13 American Motorcyclist Association competition. He won the 85-cc class in...
  • Bikers travel from Kokomo to Indy to support Wells' family

    Bikers travel from Kokomo to Indy to support Wells' family
    A large crowd of motorcycle riders gave up their Wednesday morning to travel from Kokomo to Indianapolis, in support of the man killed when an accused drunk IMPD officer crashed into his motorcycle August 6th. They ended the ride at the Statehouse...
  • Speeding off to break record

    The need for speed has propelled Rachel Keown to leave the cool confines of Harley-Davidson of Glendale and head for a dry lakebed in Utah in an effort to break a motorcycle speed record. Keown, 25, only learned to work a clutch and start riding in...