Sinkhole opens up in Upper Merion
Upper Merion Police are warning drivers to avoid Crooked Lane after a sinkhole opened up on the side of the road Monday.

AccuWeather: 4" to 8" of snow expected Wednesday
Meteorologist Cecily Tynan says Tuesday's wintry weather is just the appetizer for Wednesday's nor'easter.

Crate and Barrel creates bedding with kids' non-profit
The bedding set is the result of a collaboration between Crate and Barrel and Fresh Artists, a local non-profit dedicated to providing art programming to children who attend under-resourced schools.

St. Joseph's University student found dead in Bermuda after intense search
Bermuda police confirm they have found the body of missing St. Joseph's University student Mark Dombroski; no cause of death has been announced.

$456M Powerball ticket sold in Lancaster County
A ticket sold in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania won the $456.7-million Powerball jackpot.

Justin Guarini, Alicia Vitarelli discuss American Idol Week 2
American Idol Season 1 contestant Justin Guarini takes a look at this season's American Idol competition along with 6abc's Alicia Vitarelli.

Contractors strikes gas main in Mercer County
A contractor struck a six-inch gas main in Hamilton Township, Mercer County on Monday.

AG announces new fines for Philadelphia towing company
The Pennsylvania Attorney General has announced new fines for a Philadelphia towing company, plus restitution for some consumers whose cars had been towed.

Video released from unsolved North Philadelphia homicide
Philadelphia homicide detectives are asking the public to help them find a killer who gunned down a man in broad daylight last weekend.


Sixers beat Hornets as Ben Simmons nabs ninth triple-double, Joel Embiid grabs 19 rebounds
Ben Simmons had 11 points, 15 assists and 12 rebounds for his ninth triple-double of the season.

A congressWOMAN from Pa.? Why not? | Stu Bykofsky
In my conversation with her, Lawrence plays neither the race nor the gender card.

Penn State student killed, her father and grandfather shot during West Philly bar fight
The 23-year-old woman fatally shot during a bar fight in West Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon was scheduled to graduate from Penn State this spring. Her father and grandfather were hospitalized in stable condition after also being shot, according to police.

Why my black family celebrates St. Patrick's Day | Elizabeth Wellington
When I was about 6, I called my grandma and asked her if my 3-year-old sister, Jennifer, and I could pretty please have a St. Patrick's Day Party at her house. And when she said yes, she started a long-standing tradition.

Villanova's Jannah Tucker granted an extra semester of NCAA eligibility
Tucker found out an extraordinary domestic violence situation involving an ex-boyfriend was grounds to grant her an extra semester.

Bill Green drops congressional run against Rep. Brendan Boyle | Clout
It was poised to be one of the most riveting political races in the region

Trump pushes death penalty for drug dealers, drawing criticism from addiction experts
Trump was most comfortable, and least scripted, when he talked about "getting tough" on drug dealers, who he said are"killing so many thousands of our citizens every year."

Pa. congressional district map upheld as U.S. Supreme Court, federal judges reject Republican challenges
The new congressional map imposed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will be used in the 2018 elections, after courts rejected two challenges Monday.

Police: Body of missing St. Joseph's freshman found in Bermuda
The search for St. Joseph's University freshman Mark Dombroski, who went missing in Bermuda over the weekend, ended Monday afternoon when his body was found in a moat outside a colonial-era fort, police said.

Moorestown agrees to add affordable housing, open door to mall redevelopment
The agreement between Moorestown - one of South Jersey's most affluent communities - and the Fair Share Housing Center is the latest in a series of settlements by municipalities across the state under the New Jersey Supreme Court's Mount Laurel rulings, which date back decades and require communities to accommodate housing for low- and moderate-income residents.

CBS Philly

Embiid, Simmons Lead 76ers Past Hornets 108-94
Joel EmbiidThe Philadelphia 76ers beat the Charlotte Hornets 108-94 on Monday night.

Police: Suspect Sought After 2 Men Are Gunned Down In North Philly
Philadelphia police are looking for a killer after two men are gunned down in North Philadelphia on Monday afternoon.

Task Force Helps Puerto Rico Hurricane Victims Living In New Jersey
Governor Phil Murphy wants to make sure his state is prepared to help people coming to the Garden State from Puerto Rico in the aftermath of the island's devastation from Hurricane Maria.

Construction Underway On State-of-the-Art YMCA In Montgomery County
The new the complex will cost more than $30 million and feature several pools, huge gyms and room for more than 20,000 members.

Where Does Philly Rank Among Fattest Cities In The Nation?
(Photo Credit: Thinkstock)A recent WalletHub study lists the fattest cities in the United States and Philadelphia joins the ranks of Camden, New Jersey and Wilmington, Delaware.

Rita’s Kicks Off Spring With Free Water Ice
Nothing better than a free water ice to kick off spring!

Nonprofit Raising Money For 3D-Printed Home Community In El Salvador
El Salvador may be the first country to have a community of 3D-printed homes.

Gov. Wolf To Put $35M Toward Encouraging Broadband Expansion
Governor Wolf hopes to expand broadband internet to every part of Pennsylvania by the end of 2022.

FBI: Nothing Found At Site Of Rumored Civil War Gold
The FBI says it has come up empty at the rural Pennsylvania site where Civil War gold is rumored to be buried.

Study Tests Using Stem Cell Therapy To Treat Canine Arthritis
There's a new kind of stem cell therapy that is being tested for dogs who suffer with arthritis.

A Final Farewell To Former Philly Police Officer, Well-Known Journalist
Tom Gibbons, a former Philadelphia police officer and long-time reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer, died last week after a short battle with brain cancer.

Philly Voice

Why Philadelphia City Council wants more control of Vision Zero
What is missing in Vision Zero's narrow focus on speed and repeatedly spoken desire to "slow traffic" is the very democratic nature of traffic, as revealed in generations of traffic studies, the author writes.

One of Philly's oldest public housing projects slated for $1.3 million revitalization
Bartram Village, a housing neighborhood in South Philadelphia alongside the Schuylkill River, is slated to receive a $1.3 million federal grant that will help redevelop the 76-year-old homes.

Quizzo event to benefit Hurricane Maria evacuees
Hurricane Maria evacuees in the Philadelphia area are faced with the prospect of their transitional-sheltering assistance vouchers from FEMA ending early next week.

Here are the seven weirdest things from Philly Uber’s lost-and-found bin
It’s never a good feeling to realize you lost something in an Uber. But sometimes, that pain can be soothed with humor.

Former Philly cop who stuffed pit bull in trash bag can never again own a dog
A former Philadelphia police officer who pleaded guilty to abandoning an abused pit bull in a trash bag will never be able to own another dog again, the Pennsylvania SPCA announced Thursday.

Escaping George Washington: Oney Judge's 'amazing story' of courage
Nearly 222 years ago, Oney Judge slipped out of President George Washington's house in Philadelphia and fled to New Hampshire, a sudden disappearance that shocked the first family.

Mural Arts taking recommendations on what to do with Frank Rizzo mural
Months after Philadelphia decided to eventually relocate the statue of former mayor and police commissioner Frank Rizzo, the city's Mural Arts program has announced it's looking into what to do about a South Philly mural of the controversial figure.

Councilwoman proposes bill to keep some Philly bars open till 4 a.m.
Philadelphia City Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown on Thursday proposed a school-funding bill that would generate tax revenue by allowing Philadelphia bars to extend their hours.

Report: Chef out at Wm. Mulherin's Sons after sexual harassment allegations
Chris Painter, the acclaimed chef at Wm. Mulherin's Sons in Fishtown who was suspended following allegations of sexual harassment from multiple former employees, no longer works with the restaurant, according to a report.

Coastal storm looks to bring a lot of precipitation next week – but snow, rain or both?
Forecast models are continuing to suggest an East Coast storm will form next week and recent trends indicate one factor that could lead to more precipitation and heavier winds than originally thought, according to the National Weather Service in Mount Holly.

Reports: Trump to remove Philly native H.R. McMaster as national security adviser
Possibly continuing his purge of top White House officials, President Donald Trump is expected to oust national security advisor and Philadelphia native H.R. McMaster, according to reports.

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