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POLICE: Person barricaded in Montco home
Pennsylvania State Police said a person is barricaded in a home in Red Hill Borough, Montgomery County.


Fire truck stuck in sinkhole in Port Richmond
Officials said the truck became stuck just before 9 p.m. Sunday.


'Three Billboards' wins, women make waves at UK film awards
Martin McDonagh's film about a bereaved mother seeking justice won five trophies including best film, outstanding British film and best actress.


POLICE: Man shot outside of Bensalem Bar
Bensalem Police said a man was shot outside of a bar on Bristol Road Sunday.


Firefighters battle rowhome blaze in Northeast Philadelphia
Firefighters arrived on scene just before 5:30 p.m. and reported smoke billowing from the second floor of the house on the 7200 block of Large Street.


President Trump to hold 'listening session' with survivors of Stoneman Douglas shooting
The White House said President Donald Trump will hold a "listening session" with the high school students and teachers who survived the Stoneman Douglas shooting.


Family, friends remember slain student at UPenn
Students, family and friends gathered on campus of the University of Pennsylvania this afternoon to celebrate everything 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein loved in life and some of their best memories of the man murdered over winter break.


Time's Up all-black demonstration hops the pond to BAFTAs red carpet
Mirroring a prominent demonstration in the United States, actors and actresses attending the BAFTAs in London wore all black in support of the Time's Up movement.


4-alarm Old City fire under control
A 4-alarm fire in Old City that resulted in the evacuation of residents and hotel guests has been placed under control, officials say.


Penn State THON raises more than $10M for childhood cancer
The final hours of THON 2018 were a test of wills. Each minute felt like an hour for some. It was an emotional and physical journey with peaks and valleys.


AccuWeather: Spring Fever This Week
Meteorologist Melissa Magee says expect record warmth this week.


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What happened when New Jersey stopped relying on cash bail
One year into New Jersey's nationally-watched overhaul of its bail system, the state's pretrial jail population has dropped 20 percent. But some data is still missing - and money for the program is running out.


Penn State's Thon smashes $10M fund-raising mark
It is believed to be the largest student-run charity in the world.


Holy Cross Academy in South Jersey, facing closure, seeks to reinvent itself
With support from alumni, the school seeks to continue traditions as the only Catholic high school in Burlington County.


Keeping Scott Kingery in the minors is Phillies' best move | David Murphy
Scott Kingery is one of the Phillies' most promising prospects, but service time considerations and a crowded depth chart should mean he starts the season at triple A.


In Old City, 'We all spent the night on the street watching our homes go up in flames'
The fire in Old City displaced about 150 people and destroyed or heavily damaged two apartment buildings and several businesses.


In Philly suburbs, truck drivers - often using GPS apps - smash into bridges, causing accidents and snarling traffic
Problematic bridges can be found, from Phoenixville to Feasterville to West Chester.


Does anyone care that 'safe injection sites' are neither safe nor legal? | Stu Bykofsky
That the (not) safe injection sites are illegal is something the proponents ignore or brush off.


With Michal Neuvirth injured, Flyers' goalie search should intensify
Arizona's Antti Raanta, Buffalo's Robin Lehner, and Toronto prospect Calvin Pickard are among the goalies that could draw the interest of Flyers' GM Ron Hextall.


The Ardrossan Estate: Last surviving gem of the Main Line, a 'Philadelphia Story' looking for a future
The old Main Line is almost all gone, but the Ardrossan Estate in Villanova, mansion of the Montgomery family, stands. The Main House is exquisitely preserved, and despite continuing development of the surrounding acres, both house and land have a pristine, inviting quality.


Philly area Muslim students memorize Quran - 6,200 verses - for a place in paradise
Twenty years ago, after-school classes for Quran memorization were difficult to find in the Philadelphia region. If they wanted their children to learn the holy book by rote, Muslim families often had to send them away to boarding schools. That is no longer the case.


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Police: Shooting Leaves 1 Injured In Bensalem Township
It happened shortly after 7 p.m. along the 900 block of Bristol Pike.


GameChangers: Ask Lupus, Changing The Game By Raising Awareness
Aniysha, Sakeena, and Kareema are the A-S-K in ASK Lupus, a non-profit organization created to educate, advocate for, and support black women dealing with lupus.


City Seeks Restaurateurs For Renovated Love Park Welcome Center
The city is seeking restaurateurs to run the food concession at the Love Park Welcome Center once it's renovated.


Police: Man Found Dead On Corner In Olney
It happened on the corner of 11th Street and Somerville Ave, just before 7 p.m. Saturday.


Flyers Surge Past Rangers 7-4
Philadelphia extended their winning streak on the road to five games.


CBS 3 Pet Project: Walking The Dog
In this week's Pet Project, Carol Erickson and Jan Carabeo discuss some tips for walking your dog.


New Study Ranks Philly 104th In Diversity
A personal finance website's ranking of the country's most and least culturally diverse cities finds Philadelphia within spitting distance of the top 100.


Philadelphia Celebrates The Chinese New Year
Hundreds of people gathered in the Chinatown section of Philadelphia on Sunday to celebrate the Lunar or Chinese New Year.


Report: 66 Dead In Iran Passenger Plane Crash
All 66 people on board a passenger plane that crashed Sunday in a mountainous region of southern Iran are presumed dead, the airline said.


Camden County Police Searching For Missing Teenager
Camden County Police are currently searching for a missing Centerville teenager.


Crews Place 4-Alarm Old City Fire Under Control, Scene Remains Active
More than 100 people were forced out of their homes or hotel rooms in the middle of the night because of a four alarm fire in Old City.


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A look at attendance at Temple football home games for past 10 years
Attendance at Temple University's home football games increased just slightly last season compared to the year before, continuing a loose 10-year trend of gradually increasing –and fickle – interest in the Owls team.


See how your block ranks on Philly's new litter map
A new map details the amount of litter scattered across Philadelphia, a tool that city officials say will help them make data-driven decisions as they attempt to make the city a cleaner place.


VIDEO: Man snatches 78-year-old's purse; woman leaps onto car's hood in attempt to stop getaway
A 78-year-old woman in Philadelphia leapt onto the hood of a car in an attempt to stop the alleged robber who had stolen her purse as she was loading a shopping cart of groceries into her vehicle, according to police.


Party-goer took thumb of a 2,000-year-old sculpture from Franklin Institute, FBI says
A word to the wise: Do not try to pocket a piece of a cool ancient sculpture from a museum.


Hearing set on post-conviction appeal filed by Meek Mill's attorneys
The Philadelphia judge who ordered star rapper Meek Mill to prison last fall has set a post-conviction hearing after Mill's lawyers filed an appeal to overturn his conviction on Wednesday.


Proposed bill aims to protect Philly renters from unjust evictions
Philadelphia City Council is considering the “Just Cause” bill that would would prohibit landlords from evicting tenants unless there was substantial and specific reasons for an eviction, such as damage done to the property or failing to pay rent.


Philly's Forbidden Trail named best in Pennsylvania in 2018
Fairmount Park's Forbidden Trail has been named the best in Pennsylvania for 2018 by the Pa. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.


Charles Barkley, Jimmy Kimmel talk Eagles Super Bowl, blackout drunk Sixers game
Easily one of the best parts about the Eagles winning Super Bowl LII is seeing all of the celebrity locals geeking out over their beloved football team.


Several inches of snow likely across region over the long weekend
The Philadelphia region will see more rain and mild temperatures on Friday, but wintry weather looks to set in over the long President's Day weekend.


Philly D.A.'s lawsuit tries new tack against opioid drug makers
Phialdelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner has filed a lawsuit against 10 pharmaceutical companies, claiming they violated consumer protection laws by deceptively marketing opioids.


Nonprofit details plans for interactive South Philly sports museum
Heads up, Philly sports fans. A museum entirely dedicated to your hobby is coming to South Philadelphia.


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