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Joy Of Sharing Toy Fest Kicks Off In Our CBS 3 StudiosA sign of the season on display right here in our CBS 3 studios. The Philly Pops Festival Brass helped to kick off our Joy of Sharing Toy Fest.
Sounds Of The Season: Longwood GardensThe spirit of the holiday season has begun in the Brandywine Valley. And there's no better place to feel the joy of the holidays than at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Chester County.
Mayor-Elect Kenney Focuses On Education, Crime At First Town Hall MeetingPhiladelphia Mayor-Elect Jim Kenney held his first town hall meeting with the public since being elected earlier this month.
Jahlil Okafor Apologizes For Boston Fight On TwitterPhiladelphia 76ers center Jahlil Okafor has apologized through social media for his recent decisions, days after he was involved in a fight in Boston.
Financial Firm Predicts More Atlantic City Casinos Will CloseA Wall Street firm predicts a new wave of casino expansion in the Northeastern U.S. will lead to more casino closings in Atlantic City.
Kobe Bryant Back Home To Play Sixers After Announcing RetirementKobe Bryant's farewell tour begins in the city that loves and hates him. Bryant will play his first road game since announcing he'll retire after this season in his hometown Tuesday night against the winless Philadelphia 76ers (0-18


Researchers Use Cloned Gene To Cure 3-Year-Old "Bubble Baby"Researchers say they've cured a disease that can be fatal in infants. The treatment involves using a cloned gene.
CDC Aims To Increase Number Of Tweens Receiving HPV VaccineThe Centers for Disease Control is on a mission to increase the number of boys and girls getting the HPV vaccine to prevent cancer.
Turing Reneges On Drug Price Cut, Rival's Version Sells WellInstead, the small biotech company is reducing what it charges hospitals, by up to 50 percent, for its parasitic infection treatment, Daraprim.
Woman Wearing Hair-Tie Around Wrist Develops Life-Threatening InfectionYou see it all the time, hair-ties around the wrist. You never know when you’re going to want to put your hair up, but some kinds can attract bacteria and cause an infection.
E. coli Tied To Costco More Dangerous Than Chipotle OutbreakHealth officials urged people who bought chicken salad at any U.S. Costco store on or before Friday to throw it away, even if no one has gotten sick.
"Trouble In Toyland" Report Lists Potentially Dangerous Toys Ahead Of HolidaysThe holiday toy shopping season will move into high gear this Thanksgiving weekend but some toys can be dangerous, according to the annual toy report from PennPIRG. We're talking about everything from choking to toxic exposures and more.


'Tis The Season For Digital DealsAlthough the amount spent today is expected to hit a record, for the second year in a row the number of people taking part in Cyber Monday has actually declined a bit.
CBS 3 Goes Behind The Scenes For Amazon's Busiest Day Of The Year“We think of ourselves as Santa's workshop, and we're all Santa's elves for the holiday helping put presents under the tree.”
Store Sales Drop As More Holiday Shoppers Look For Online BargainsCyber Monday is expected to draw an estimated $3-billion in online sales.
AAA Mid-Atlantic: New Jersey Gas Prices Down SlightlyAAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gas in the state on Friday was $1.96, down a penny from last week. But that's much lower than the price from a year ago, when motorists were paying $2.71.
Consumer Watchdog Group Releases "10 Worst Toys" List Of 2015As shoppers head out to buy presents for all the kids on their list, one non-profit organization says there are ten toys you should absolutely avoid.
Report: More Than $1 Billion Spent Shopping Online On ThanksgivingSales tracker ‘Abode’ estimates more than one billion dollars was spent online yesterday.


Interview: Circa Survive Celebrates Ten Years Back Home In PhiladelphiaBefore a blistering set celebrating the tenth anniversary of their debut album Juturna, singer Anthony Green sits in a bus behind the Electric Factory remembering the band's first show.
Philly Pops Present Annual 'Christmas Spectacular'Michael Krajewski, music director and conductor of the Philly Pops talked about the event.
Balancing Motherhood And Music With Singer LIGHTSThere was a lot to take care of before Canadian singer LIGHTS was ready to hit the stage at The TLA last Friday. There are interviews and meet-and-greets with fans, soundcheck with the band to make sure everything is just right, and most importantly there's Rocket.
Sugar Moms: One Last Drink In Your Favorite BarAbout this time two years ago Sugar Moms would close its doors for the last time.
Stallone Says He Was A "Terrible" Choice For Rocky: 'I Just Got Lucky'Many were surprised when he said on "Late Night With Stephen Colbert" that he was a “terrible” choice to play Philadelphia’s favorite boxer.
'Creed' Stars Speak With Eyewitness News About Much Anticipated FilmCBS 3's Ukee Washington sits down with the stars of the film Creed ahead of the nationwide debut.


Financial Firm Predicts More Atlantic City Casinos Will CloseA Wall Street firm predicts a new wave of casino expansion in the Northeastern U.S. will lead to more casino closings in Atlantic City.
Positively Philadelphia: Open Auditions For Wilma Theater ChoirAuditions to sing in a production called 'The Christians' will be held December 5 and 6 beginning at 2 p.m. each day at the Wilma Theater.
New Program Encourages Local Shopping On Small Business Saturday"It's a day to really celebrate the small businesses in your neighborhood, or in your community," says Kevin Moran with the Fairmount CDC.
Some Shoppers Get An Early Start On Black Friday DealsEven in the wee hours of the morning, there were cars in the King of Prussia Mall parking lot.
Ways To Prevent Shopping Season From Becoming A Budget BusterThe holiday shopping season is officially underway, and that can result in big, unwanted bills if you're not careful.
Jay Lloyd's Getaway: Winter Sports


Amnesty Vs. Arrest: SEPTA's New ExperimentSocial media is a powerful tool that can reach a lot of people. Enter SEPTA and a unique experiment- which resulted in the return of a cell phone to a rider- without any charges against the person who took it.
Facebook Offering New Dads Four Months Of Paid Paternity LeaveThe post by Lori Matloff Goler, head of HR at Facebook says the expanded benefit mostly will affect new fathers and people in same-sex relationships outside of the United States.
ISIS-Run Computer Help Desk For Jihadis UncoveredA terrorist monitoring group has uncovered a 24/7 "help desk" run by Islamic State for jihadis who have tech questions.
Facebook Testing New Feature That Helps Ease Awkward BreakupsThe technology allow you and your ex to stay friends, but you will not see their posts.
Philly Tech Startup Launches Fashion Product Designed To Help WomenNow, the product is going viral.
New Social Media Shaming App Compared To "Yelp" For PeopleIt's called public shaming. Someone could be trashing your reputation on line right now without you knowing it.

CBS National News

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