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Daughter charged in mother's death in Perkiomen Twp. slaying
Elena House-Hay, 21, has been charged with murder, according to Pa. state police.


Mom transforms six babies into tiny Disney princesses for one-of-a-kind photo shoot
Karen Marie takes her love of Disney to new heights and transforms six babies into princesses in an beautiful photo shoot.


Cops: Father used babies to help him steal $1K in sunglasses
Police in Pennsylvania are looking for a man who they say used his two babies to help him steal about $1,000-worth of sunglasses.


PHOTOS: Happy Birthday Prince George!
Prince George, one of the cutest heirs to throne, turns 4 on July 22. His parents issued some adorable new photos to celebrate.


VIDEO: Princess Charlotte throws tantrum
The terrible 2s strike! Adorable Princess Charlotte erupts into a tantrum at the Hamburg airport.


Broken pontoon leads to rescue from seaplane in East River
The FDNY responded to a disabled seaplane in the East River near 20th Street after its pontoon apparently broke.


Solar Panda Power Plant is as cute as it is green
The first solar Panda Power Plant is now operational in Datong, China.


The cadaver dogs who helped crack a quadruple murder
Action News reporter Gray Hall meets the cadaver dogs who helped break the case of the four missing Bucks County men.


Whale 'dances' beautifully in Great Barrier Reef
A professional photographer captured a whale gracefully swimming through the waters near Lady Elliot Island in Australia.


Teens who taunted man as he drowned in retention pond will not be charged
Five teens taunted a man as he drowned in a retention pond.


White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigns
Sean Spicer is out, upset over the hiring of Anthony Scaramucci as White House Communications Director. Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be the new Press Secretary.


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Terror suspect in 'Jihad Jane' case extradited to Philly
The Algerian-born terror suspect made his initial appearance in federal court in Philadelphia.


At Drexel, 25 Mandela fellows learn to be leaders
For the last six weeks, the young African business and nonprofit leaders have been immersed in Philadelphia's culture while being trained on leadership best practices.


Heat wave threatens a more-sinister turn as a record falls
Nights will be dangerously warm through Tuesday, forecasters warn, and that could result in heat-related fatalities.


Did a U.S. surgeon general come up with the idea of the notorious Tuskegee syphilis experiment?
For 40 years, American government doctors treated hundreds of black men with syphilis as if they were human guinea pigs. But whose idea was the Tuskegee Syphilis Study? A Philadelphia author says documents point to the future surgeon general of the United States.


N.J. hiker found in N.H. mountains had gone to celebrate health news
New Hampshire authorities said they were working to retrieve the body of Gregory Auriemma, the head of the Ocean County chapter of the Sierra Club, from a rugged, remote area.


After big promises, Republicans run into Obamacare repeal reality
The first six months of the Trump administration have served up a reminder of the gap between opposing laws and proposing them, of attacking other people's plans and trying to enact your own, with all the resulting real-world impacts.


Maryland to sue EPA over Pennsylvania coal-fired plant pollution
The state says smog-inducing pollution is drifting across its borders from neighboring states..


As heroin deaths mount, Philly gets new leader in the fight
Mayor Kenney announced Friday that after a five-month-long national search, David T. Jones will be the department's new leader.


New DA measured about her coming time in office
Kelley Hodge spent some time last fall talking to her family about a run for district attorney in the May Democratic primary election in Philadelphia.


Christie signs law raising age from 19 to 21 for tobacco, e-cigs
About 12 percent of New Jersey adults between ages 18 and 24 smoke, according to the most recent data compiled by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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Overturned Tractor-Trailer Causing Delays On NB I-95 In Langhorne
An overturned tractor trailer is causing major delays on northbound I-95 on Friday night.


Police: Man Used Babies To Help Him Steal $1K In Sunglasses
Police are asking for help identifying the man.


Lyft Changes Gears To Build Its Own Self-Driving Tech
Lyft is getting bolder in the wake of Uber's unraveling.


First Woman Enlists To Become A Navy Seal
A woman will train with other potential officers this summer in hopes of becoming the first female Navy SEAL.


New Body Cams Start Recording With The Draw Of A Gun
Several law enforcement agencies are currently beta testing the new body cameras.


Linkin Park Cancels Tour Following Chester Bennington’s Death
Bennington was one of two lead vocalists for Linkin Park, which became one of the most commercially successful acts of the 2000s.


Alabama Man Shoots 820-Pound Hog In Yard
An 820-pound hog that an Alabama man shot and killed in his front yard may have escaped from a pen on a nearby farm, according to the man's hog-raising neighbor.


Zeoli Show Log 07.21.17
On today's show, Rich discussed Sean Spicer’s resignation as White House Press Secretary, Gov. Chris Christie’s decision to sign a bill that raises the smoking age in New Jersey, and whether or not Rep. Maxine Waters will run for president in 2020. At 3:30pm, Ronica Cleary, contributor for The Hill. At 5:30pm, movie critic Mara Reinstein.


High School Football Head Coach Tackles First Season In New Role
The Washington Township High School Football program had only two coaches in the last 32 years.


Officials Remain Confident As Bev Tax Falls Just Shy Of Expectations
The tax has brought in $6.9 million in June, just shy of the hoped-for $7 million.


Sessions Takes Aim At Philadelphia’s Sanctuary City Status During Speech
Jeff SessionsCommissioner Richard Ross says "young men from here" who are hopeless and dealing with poverty are a bigger problem.


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17 memorable stories from my 17 years living in Philly
I may be moving to the Burbs, but this column isn’t about me. It’s about why I love Philadelphia so much that I may be shedding a tear right now as you read this.


'Nightmarish number of huge spiders' are scaring SEPTA commuters at one train station
A disconcerting number of spiders are inhabiting one of the train stations along SEPTA's Market-Frankford Line. A SEPTA spokesperson said the transportation authority is aware of "the issue" at the Spring Garden Station and he added that SEPTA is taking steps to remedy the problem.


Heat index of 100 degrees (and beyond) seen for Thursday and Friday
With a heat index expected to soar near 100 degrees on Thursday, the National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning.


Boy lost leg in Frankford freight train accident, police say
A 13-year-old boy severed his right leg Wednesday after he tried to jump on a moving CSX train in Philadelphia and missed, according to police.


Amid gentrification fear, approvals bring 33 new affordable homes to Point Breeze
The Philadelphia Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) approved plans for 33 new affordable apartments and townhomes to be built in a vacant Point Breeze lot.


Pennsylvania lawmaker accuses Democratic colleague of calling him 'racist bigot'
A Republican Pennsylvania state representative claims his Democratic colleague threw papers at him and launched into a "verbal tirade" at the capitol last month.


Jeff Sessions will talk sanctuary cities in Philadelphia and protesters will be ready
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will visit Philadelphia on Friday to meet with federal, state and local law enforcement members.


Woman, 65, allegedly steals taxi and picks up own passengers
The woman was arrested Thursday after a "bizarre" chain of events led police to find her in an allegedly stolen taxi cab with a 23-year-old woman and her baby in the backseat a half an hour after the rightful driver called authorities, CBSPhilly reported.


Reports: Philly police search DiNardo family farm in Bucks County
Philadelphia police and a K-9 unit were seen searching the Bucks County property of Cosmo DiNardo's family, according to FOX29.


Elon Musk: NY-Philly-DC-Baltimore Hyperloop approved by government
Tesla Inc. and SpaceX founder Elon Musk dropped a bombshell announcement Thursday morning, tweeting that he has received "verbal government approval" to construct a hyperloop transit system that would connect New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore at incredible speeds. 


Drexel: The number of Philly houses for sale has reached a new low
In a new report from Drexel University’s Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation, new stats about Philadelphia’s housing market point to the ongoing consensus that it’s accelerating at an unsustainable pace.


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