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Attorney General Jeff Sessions scheduled to speak in Philadelphia Saturday
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is scheduled to speak in Philadelphia.


Woman charged with DUI after hitting multiple cars before overturning
A female driver is facing DUI charges after damaging several cars in North Philadelphia before flipping her own car.


AccuWeather: Even Warmer on Saturday
Meteorologist Cecily Tynan says unseasonable warmth continues through Monday. Rain arrives early next week followed by much cooler temperatures.


Teen critical after West Oak Lane shooting
Philadelphia police are looking for the suspect who shot a teenager in the neck, then left him to die.


College application fees being waived for Delaware high school students
Delaware high school students are getting a freebie on the road to higher education.


I-95 South back open after fatal motorcycle crash
A section of I-95 is back open after a fatal motorcycle crash in South Philadelphia.


Elderly man, dog rescued from Mill Creek house fire
Firefighters rescued an elderly man and his dog from their burning home early Saturday morning.


Female suspect sought in Pennsauken bank robbery
New Jersey authorities are seeking the public's assistance in identifying a woman who allegedly robbed a bank Friday.


High School Huddle 2017: Week Eight
It's Week Eight of High School Huddle. Check out all our high school football highlights from the eighth week of the 2017 season.


Basketball fans hopeful about Philadelphia Sixers' season
Wells Fargo in South Philadelphia was jammed Friday night for the Philadelphia Sixers' season home opener.


Philadelphia police arrest man allegedly sneaking onto rooftops
Philadelphia police have arrested a man who has been allegedly sneaking onto city rooftops.


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Racial incidents rock area schools. Now what?
Racial bias incidents were reported in three area school districts this month. Experts say schools should brace for more clashes and prepare their students to survive and counteract them.


Charge of assault on unborn child tossed in heroin overdose
A Western Pennsylvania judge has tossed out a felony assault charge against a woman who overdosed on heroin while pregnant and ruled that state law clearly protects pregnant women from such charges.


Mother of teen charged with murder in Oxford Circle: My son was bullied
Shabree White, mother of Muhammed Goode, who was charged with murder, speaks out at her Northeast Philadelphia home. Goode, 18, was charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Messiah Chiverton, 16, in Oxford Circle.


Philly hosts major police forum - with protests expected
Tens of thousands of police officers and dozens of top law enforcement officials will convene in Center City over the next few days for the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference.


Ex-DA sues Cosby accuser whose case he rejected
As Bill Cosby awaits a second sex-assault trial in Montgomery County, the former district attorney who declined to press charges against the entertainer in 2005 is suing Andrea Constand, the alleged victim in the case.


A calm opening for South Jersey school after days of racial unrest
Gloucester County NAACP chief: Racist attitudes at the school go back decades, "but it's nothing that can't be fixed"


Coatesville students walk out in protest over racist pumpkin carvings
The jack-o'-lanterns had a swastika and KKK carved into them.


How a dispute with a former leader nearly sank the Fishtown Neighbors Association
The Fishtown Neighbors Association learned recently that a dispute with one of their own can be just as dangerous.


The fairy tale of Amazon and Philly | Stu Bykofsky
You think Amazon doesn't know about the soda tax? You think Bezos doesn't wonder what will happen if Kenney wakes up one morning, decides Amazon makes too much money, as he did with soda manufacturers, and decides to drop a specially designed tax on the Big A?


What comes after the SRC? City likely to move soon on new Philly school board
It appears to be Philadelphia's moment to seize back control of the school system that the state formally took over in 2001. An end to the SRC appears imminent, and legislation to shape its successor could come quickly.


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‘Haircut 4 Homeless’ Barber Gets His Own Shop Through Donation
A Philadelphia barber whos cuts haircuts for the homeless gets his own shop.


Hundreds Of Coatesville Area High School Students Stage ‘Unity Event’ Following Racist Incidents
Students at Coatesville High School participated in a "Unity Event" Friday morning  following a racist incident that sparked outrage earlier this week.


Police: Man Arrested For Stealing Three Legs Of Lamb From ShopRite
Geoffrey TomlinsonState troopers in New Jersey have arrested a man they say stole multiple legs of lamb from a local ShopRite.


Evesham Resident’s Generous Gift Helps Support Police K-9 Teams
The Evesham resident behind the generosity wanted to remain anonymous.


3 Cheers: For The Thousands Who Were Brave Enough To Say ‘#MeToo’
It's a sobering reminder of just how pervasive sexual harassment and assault is in our society.


Sources: Man Linked To 5 Armed Robberies In Fairmount Taken Into Custody
Philadelphia police have made an arrest in connection to a string of armed robberies in the neighborhood near the popular haunted attraction Terror Behind the Walls.


Mushroom Grower From Kennett Square Helping Chinese Launch Facility
Chris Alonzo, An adventure for some local mushroom growers.


Women Leaders In Philly Guide Young Female Professionals Seeking Workforce Equality
A panel of female leaders in Philadelphia shared their knowledge about what it takes to be treated as equals to men in today's workforce.


76ers Fall To Celtics 102-92 In Home Opener
Kyrie Irving scored 21 points, Al Horford had 15 and the Boston Celtics won for the first time since losing Gordon Hayward, 102-92 over the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night.


New Jersey State Parks Do Away With ‘Yurts’
Attention campers in New Jersey. A change is coming to the accommodations at state parks.


Philly Church Musicians Plan 2018 Dublin Pilgrimage
The Association of Church Musicians in Philadelphia is marking its 50th anniversary with a special pilgrimage set for next August.


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Philadelphia should reject taxpayer-funded political campaigns
Incumbent politicians of all stripes know public campaign funding schemes benefit them at the expense of potential challengers.


Former Philly neo-Nazi now fighting white supremacy with empathy
Frank Meeink once espoused the hatred of neo-Nazism. Now, the Philly native works to save people from it.


SEPTA, Philly set to debut new 'Direct Bus' service, starting on Roosevelt Boulevard
As SEPTA looks to makes its bus service more efficient and convenient, the agency will debut a new network on Sunday that will eventually branch out to routes throughout Philadelphia.


'Haircuts 4 Homeless' barber gets shop of his own
‘Haircuts 4 the Homeless’ finally has a home.


WATCH: Philly-area woman rescued by FBI sex-trafficking sweep shares story
Five alleged Pennsylvania sex traffickers and four alleged pimps were arrested last week as part of the FBI's annual Operation Cross Country, a nationwide effort that focuses on intercepting underage human trafficking. 


CSX freight train partially derails in Philly
Several cars on a CSX freight train derailed in Brewerytown on Wednesday morning, according to a report.


Delco man guilty of immigration fraud in Liberian civil war case
PHILADELPHIA — A Delaware County man accused of committing gruesome war crimes when he was a rebel commander called Jungle Jabbah was convicted Wednesday of lying about his past so he could enter the U.S.


Facebook bug lands Pittsburgh users in Philadelphia for a day
PITTSBURGH — Facebook users in Pittsburgh and other western and central Pennsylvania locations have found themselves transplanted to Philadelphia for a day.


Kenney: Philly is in 'Goldilocks zone' for new Amazon HQ
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney released the city's proposal to host Amazon's second headquarters Thursday, the deadline to submit bids for a prize that includes 50,000 jobs. "I'd be really disappointed if we didn't make the short list," he said.


Help Germantown win a vital Historic Preservation Grant
The grant will be used to help preserve two historic buildings on Germantown Avenue’s business corridor.


Yuengling's billionaire owner edged out of the Forbes 400
Forbes released its 2017 list of the 400 richest people in the U.S., highlighting a few billionaire Pennsylvanians and edging out the owner of Philly's most known beer, Yuengling.


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