Here's what's trending for April 28.


Police are searching for a man who was dubbed the "Kunkletown Killer" more than a month after he went missing in Lehigh County. 65-year-old William Edelman was last seen March 24th leaving his apartment building on Front Street in Catasauqua. Edelman pleaded guilty but mentally ill in 1992 to killing two men with a shotgun and injuring another in Monroe County. He received a 15-to-30-year prison sentence. Police say Edelman's family has told them Edelman was suicidal at the time he disappeared.

Accu-Weather's Joe Lundberg says if you have plants already outside, you might want to consider covering them up or bringing them indoors tonight. "The air mass is really dry, so it's going to be hard for frost to form. And it has to be under a clear, calm condition so I think in the city it's not going to happen. But in the countryside, any place where the winds can lay down completely, there's that possibility," Lundberg says. Lundberg says there's another, maybe better, chance for a frost tomorrow night into Saturday morning.

A Montgomery County judge has issued a bench warrant for former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane after her DUI charge last month. Kane was charged with driving under the influence after crashing her car into another vehicle in Scranton in March. The judge says that puts her in violation of her probation from her previous conviction of perjury and other offenses.

A new Monmouth University poll conducted right before this week's Senate candidates' debate shows topics that seem to be priorities for voters. The two biggest concerns among Republicans in the poll were inflation and illegal immigration. Also, 51 percent said the question of Dr. Mehmet Oz's residency "bothered them" either a lot or a little.

Six of the ten gubernatorial candidates have let more than 3,000 local government officials get to know them at forum in Hershey. Their appearance came Wednesday at the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors' Conference. Republicans participating included Nche Zama, Melissa Hart, Charlie Gerow, Bill McSwain, Jake Corman, and Lou Barletta. The candidates responded to questions submitted in advance and pledged to work in partnership with local governments.

House Democratic leader Joanna McClinton and St. Sen. Katie Muth have introduced legislation that would create a statewide system for tracking rape kits. The medical collections are used as evidence in rape cases to confirm the account of what happened to a victim. McClinton and Muth are trying to get their legislation out of committee and released for votes. If it becomes law, victims will be able to track their evidence and know what's happening with their cases.

An Easton child is out of work. The Netflix original show "Raising Dion" is being cancelled. Ten-year-old Ja'Siah Young played the title character. It's unclear why the show was canceled.

A Phillipsburg police officer faces two counts of endangering the welfare of a child after authorities found a total of 39 child pornography images and videos in his possession. 33-year-old Gary Ricker Jr., of Phillipsburg, was taken into custody on Wednesday. On Jan. 31, the prosecutor’s office received a cyber tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that someone in the Phillipsburg area distributed “child sexual abuse material” through the messaging application Kik. The investigation identified Ricker as the suspect and a search warrant was executed Feb. 24 at his home.


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