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Feeling Lucky? Powerball Jackpot Stands At $403MTonight's Powerball jackpot stands at $403 million!
SEPTA Broad Street Line Service Temporarily Suspended After Person Fatally Struck By TrainThe incident took place at the Morris Station at Broad and Tasker.
American Airlines Computer Problems Leads To Ground Stop At Philly AirportComputer problems are causing major issues right now at Philadelphia International Airport.
1 Dead After Fiery Crash In Montgomery CountyInvestigators are trying to determine what caused a fatal crash in Montgomery County.
Philadelphia Charter School Gets 9,190 Apps For 96 SpotsA Philadelphia charter school has received nearly 9,200 applications for just 96 open slots.
Computer Coding Academy Launches In Center CityA new company that has just launched in Center City is giving software engineers an intense learning experience where you can change your life in under three months.

Health

Woman Misses Major Life Events Due To Mysterious 'Sleeping Beauty Syndrome'Sleeping Beauty Syndrome is a rare condition that strikes mainly teenagers and causes them to sleep or be in a trance for days, sometimes even weeks, at a time.
Report: Odds Children Convicted Of Crime Later In Life Rise Significantly With More TV They WatchChildren between the ages of 8 and 18 watch three hours of TV per day on average.
Health: The Life-Threatening Exercise Syndrome That Almost Ended A WeddingIt's called rhabdomyolysis and it happened to a Delaware County woman at the worst time imaginable.
Postpartum Depression, Not Just For MomsWhen you think of postpartum depression, you think of the mom. But dads can suffer too.
Mascots For A Cure Kicks Off Tour In PhiladelphiaCrushing childhood cancer is what this tour is aiming to do. It's a serious mission, but this group is making it fun.
Father Invents Product To Help Tame Daughter's Frizzy HairHe is a scientist, with a daughter who had a constant struggle with her frizzy hair.

Consumer

Top 3 Tuesday: Save On Prescription Medications3 On Your Side's Jim Donovan looks at ways you can save.
Burger King Owner To Buy Popeyes, Valued At $1.8BThe company that owns Burger King, Restaurant Brands International, has announced that it is buying Popeyes.
Scorpion 3: The First Fully-Manned Hovering Bike Is HereA Russian high-tech start-up is making dreams come true for Star Wars fans!
Your Facebook Feed Could Be Getting LOUDIf you're guilty of browsing your Facebook feed at work, listen up!
3 On Your Side: Companies With A Charitable SideEvery time a customer buys their product the company makes a donation to a charity or group in need.
Peeps Oreos Are Apparently A Thing!With Valentine’s Day behind us it’s time to focus on one thing: Peeps Oreos.

Entertainment

Rock Legend Eddie Van Halen Helps Bring Music Back To SchoolsVan Halen wants to ensure other children have a similar chance to rock.
Fun Facts About The 89th Academy AwardsEven before the votes are tallied, there are a few things we do know for sure about the 89th Academy Awards.
David Cassidy Reveals Battle With Memory Loss, Family History Of DementiaFormer Patridge Family star David Cassidy has revealed that he is struggling with memory loss.
Oscar Pix And Predix: ActorsLast time, we handicapped the ladies duking it out for Academy Awards on Sunday evening. Today we turn to the Oscar-seeking gentlemen.
10th Annual Roots Picnic Lineup AnnouncedThe legendary Roots crew have gathered the latest and greatest artists of today's music scene for their annual takeover of Festival Pier
Musicians Put On Performance With Instruments Made From TrashMaking musical instruments from trash, think, a light bulb maraca or a soda bottle marimba.

Business

Computer Coding Academy Launches In Center CityA new company that has just launched in Center City is giving software engineers an intense learning experience where you can change your life in under three months.
Scorpion 3: The First Fully-Manned Hovering Bike Is HereA Russian high-tech start-up is making dreams come true for Star Wars fans!
Your Facebook Feed Could Be Getting LOUDIf you're guilty of browsing your Facebook feed at work, listen up!
Peeps Oreos Are Apparently A Thing!With Valentine’s Day behind us it’s time to focus on one thing: Peeps Oreos.
Uber To Investigate Sexual Harassment Claim By Engineer Uber's chief executive ordered an urgent investigation Monday into a sexual harassment claim made by a female engineer who alleged her prospects at the company evaporated after she complained about advances from her boss.
New Philly Venue Will Score Big Points With Ping Pong LoversSPiN Philly is scheduled to open this summer at 15th and Walnut.

Tech

Computer Coding Academy Launches In Center CityA new company that has just launched in Center City is giving software engineers an intense learning experience where you can change your life in under three months.
NASA Awards Top Designs In Their 'Space Poop Challenge'Space travel is one of the most complex activities imaginable, but it is one of life's most simple activities that often perplexes some of NASA's greatest minds.
Selfie Stick Inventor Hopes New Product Will Revolutionize Picture Taking...AgainToronto-based inventor Wayne Fromm holds the patent for the Selfie Stick and he recently came up with something he calls the Selfie Stick-It.
Can't Get A Date? Your Choice Of Phone Could Be To Blame.She's an Apple adherent. He's an Android enthusiast. And nary the twain shall meet.
Wireless Providers Put To The Test In PhillyWireless providers can make all the claims they want, but what's most important is how your cell phone holds up in the real world.
Facebook Adds 'Community Help' To Safety Check FeatureSince 2014, Facebook has activated its 'Safety Check" feature hundreds of times.

CBS National News

Bernie Sanders on "skyrocketing" price of insulinBetween 2002 and 2013, the price of insulin more than tripled, to more than $700 per patient. A federal lawsuit accuses three insulin manufacturers -- Eli Lilly, Novo Nordisk and Sanofi -- of conspiring to raise their prices. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is calling for a federal investigation, alleging collusion among the companies. The drug makers deny the allegations.
Lawmakers face angry constituents at town hall meetingsIn what is being called "resistance recess," voters are crowding town hall meetings, shouting down lawmakers and each other. Lines run out the door at some meetings, full of people challenging the Trump administration's agenda. Nancy Cordes reports.
Video shows Harrison Ford's airport close callAirport surveillance video captures the moment actor Harrison Ford's plane narrowly missed a passenger jet when he was landing last week. The jet on the ground at John Wayne Airport in California was carrying more than 100 people. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Free shipping wars: Retailers ramp up battle for online customersAmazon is making it easier to get free shipping for online orders. The retailer has lowered its free-shipping minimum from $49 to $35 for non-Prime members. The move comes less than two months after Walmart started offering free two-day shipping on eligible orders of at least $35. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" from Chicago to discuss the retailers' goals.
Testosterone therapy poses risks, studies findA series of new studies on testosterone therapy for older men finds some serious risks and few benefits. The latest research in trials looked at the impact of hormone replacement on the heart, bone density, brain function and anemia. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" from Los Angeles to discuss the findings.
Docs show where church gunman drove after S.C. massacreDylann Roof shot nine people to death during Bible study at black church in Charleston, South Carolina

CBS World News

Ukraine lawmaker who met Trump associates faces treason probeAndrei Artemenko reportedly met Trump's lawyer and a business partner in January over plan to lease Crimea to Russia
Rex Tillerson: The silent man at the State DepartmentTillerson has yet to hold a news conference, many of his meetings and calls are not publicly disclosed, and there have been no daily State Department briefings
Portugal to hand ex-CIA agent convicted of kidnapping over to ItalySabrina de Sousa was among 26 Americans convicted of kidnapping a terrorism suspect in Milan for interrogation
Were female suspects trained to attack Kim Jong Nam?Malaysian police are searching for two new suspects in connection with the apparent assassination of the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Kim Jong Nam died last week after an attack at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Adriana Diaz reports.
Police say women “trained” to poison Kim Jong Un’s half brotherMalaysian police contradict claims that at least one woman was duped into alleged assassination of Kim Jong Nam
Convicted pedophile arrested in Asia on U.S. requestAmerican sex offender wanted on unrelated charges in Missouri will be deported from Philippines for posing a risk to public safety

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