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Sports Flash: Eagles move forward with Nick Foles
Action News Sports Director Ducis Rodgers discusses how the Eagles will move forward with QB Nick Foles following Carson Wentz's injury.


AccuWeather: Cold Continues, More Snow for Some Friday Afternoon
Meteorologist Cecily Tynan says clouds grow thick again on Friday with afternoon snow developing, mainly southeast of Philadelphia.


76ers' Ben Simmons takes some Philly families on a holiday shopping spree
Philadelphia 76ers Ben Simmons took some time away from the court to make some big plays in his community.


Community turns out in support of Schwenksville family devastated by fire
As a family mourns the loss of their two boys in a devastating fire, a community came together to try to help them through this difficult time.


1st official photo released from 'Roseanne' revival on ABC!
We're getting a first official look inside the Connor family's house! The "Roseanne" rival released a photo from the set and it will bring up so many memories.


Sharing family meals linked to better adjusted children
A study out of Canada shows the potential positive impact of having family meals.


Exercise may slow progression of Parkinson's disease
Exercise is good for many ailments and it may be especially helpful for people with Parkinson's Disease.


Despite decline, new concerns arise regarding teenage drug use
The number of teenagers using drugs is now lower than it has been for decades and fewer are smoking cigarettes. But there are some new concerns.


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New plan for archdiocesan land in Delaware County includes coveted open space
Carlino Development Group of West Conshohocken is buying 213 acres in Marple Township owned by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. In partnership with Brian McElwee, president of Valley Forge Investment Corp., the developer plans to build offices, retail, and restaurants, in addition to designating dozens of acres as open land.


'Annie' duo in Walnut's production are a couple off-stage, too, and baby actor makes three
In the Walnut Street Theatre production of Annie, Lyn Philistine and Christopher Sutton play crack-up co-villains Rooster and Lily St. Regis. In real life, they're married. Their son appeared on the Walnut stage at the ripe old age of 3 months.


Flyers continue dramatic reversal, nip Sabres for 5th straight win
Rookie Travis Sanheim scored his first NHL goal to tie it. Val Filppula's goal ended up winning it.


SRC votes to shut a troubled Philly charter, starts process for 2 more
Nearly two years after it first considered the fate of John B. Stetson Charter School in Kensington and Olney Charter High School, the SRC voted to yank Olney and Stetson, two schools run by Aspira Inc. of Pa., the Latino community organization.


Prominent 9th Circuit judge faces sex misconduct inquiry
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The chief judge of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Thursday that he has opened a misconduct inquiry into a judge accused of inappropriate sexual conduct and comments by six women.


Temple University investigating racist fliers
Temple University police Thursday were investigating the posting around campus of three fliers promoting a racist message apparently targeting animosities lingering over the 2016 Democratic primary fight for president.


76ers' Ben Simmons takes 4 Philly families on a Christmas shopping spree
The Sixers star partnered with nonprofit Unity in the Community to check every box off of the kids' Christmas lists.


City Council OKs bill that could force beer deli owners to remove safety windows
Despite strong opposition from Asian American beer deli owners and their supporters, Philadelphia City Council voted 14-3 Thursday to approve a bill that most members said would enhance neighborhoods, but that the merchants fear could jeopardize their safety and livelihood. Mayor Kenney's office said he'll sign the bill.


Largest Wawa ever opens in D.C., but chain still has big plans for Philly
The other top four largest Wawa stores are still in the greater Philly area.


Beyond the talent, Villanova is hungry | Mike Jensen
New roles and responsibilities have every Villanova player in proving-it mode.


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Grim Milestone: Philly’s Murder Count Hits 300
Grieving families are pleading for change as Philadelphia reaches a grim milestone of 300 people murdered this year.


Largest-Ever Wawa Opens In DC And Philadelphians Are Not Having It
The largest-ever Wawa is now open, but there's one problem: it's in Washington, D.C.


Temple Investigating After Racist Flyer Found On Campus
Temple University police are investigating after a racist flyer was posted around campus.


AOL Instant Messenger Signs Off For Good On Friday
AOL Instant Messenger will officially be a thing of the past on Friday after 20 years in service.


WEATHER BLOG: Another Shot At Snow!
It may not be long before the Philadelphia region sees some more snow.


Sixers Star Ben Simmons Takes Four Families On Holiday Shopping Spree
Children from four lucky South Philadelphia families received a surprise holiday shopping spree Thursday night.


Man Charged In Pedestrian Crash That Critically Injured St. Joe’s Student
Authorities say 42 year old Malchijah Giddings was driving under the influence Wednesday evening when he hit the 20-year-old woman near the 5600 block of City Avenue as she was crossing the road.


Study Finds One Important Ingredient For Good Decision-Making
We make hundreds of decisions every day and they have consequences.


Philadelphia Zoo Throws Birthday Bash For ‘Coldilocks’ The Polar Bear
A crowd gathered Thursday to sing happy birthday to Coldilocks. At 37 years old, she is and the oldest polar bear in captivity in the United States.


Cops: Man Wanted For Throwing Molotov Cocktail At Police Station
Police in Atlantic County are looking for a man who they say threw molotov cocktail at the Galloway Township Police Department station.


FCC Repeals Net Neutrality Rules After 3-2 Vote
Net neutrality has been repealed.


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Does the Philly theater community have a race problem?
Artists of color are feeling left out as arts organizations realize they need to be more inclusive.


No, Cindy Bass won't have 'blood on her hands' if bulletproof-glass bill passes
When I first heard about City Councilwoman Cindy Bass’ push to force some Philadelphia corner stores to remove bulletproof glass, one fictional image came to mind.


Center City doorman's mission: Put smiles on hundreds of faces every day
The card was a simple gesture of gratitude inspired by countless gestures of positivity.


Tell Congress to pass the DREAM Act, Philly Archbishop Chaput pleads
Archbishop Charles Chaput urges Philadelphia's Catholics to contact their representatives in Congress and ask them to support the DREAM Act and stop the potential deportation of thousands of young immigrants.


Philly: You can be in a televised, political focus group with Frank Luntz
Potential participants in political consultant Frank Luntz focus group to take place in Philadelphia are being asked who they voted for in the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections, and their opinions on President Donald Trump, such as his use of Twitter and the possibility of his impeachment.


Philly Pretzel Factory to open 25 locations in Manhattan
The Philly soft pretzel will soon be vying for market share in New York City, a town traditionally dominated by pastries and bagels.


Analysis: DROP program cost Philadelphia as much as $62 million since 2010
The Deferred Retirement Option Plan, better known as DROP, has cost the city as much as $277 million since its inception in 1999, a new study finds.


Commutes throughout the Philadelphia region are getting worse
U.S. Census Bureau data shows the time Philadelphians spend traveling to and from work is on the rise, just as it is in other cities across the US. It's likely the result of suburban sprawl and growing congestion.


'Tis the season to donate his real estate commission to charity
Andre Quain will make a donation from $2,500 to $5,000 to South Philadelphia’s Caring People Alliance.


Report: 'People freaking out' at D.A.'s office over Krasner review of personnel files
Philadelphia's incoming district attorney is causing a stir at the office and he's yet to take the position officially.


Artist explains his insane Etch A Sketch of Philly skyline
The iconic Etch a Sketch is one of the few remaining analog toys that can capture a child's attention for hours on end. You could probably swap a kid's tablet with one of these and they would still have just as good a time doodling lineographic images with aluminum powder.


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