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Police Issue Warnings As Thieves Execute High End Car Thefts On The Main LinePolice are investigating a string of high end car thefts in Radnor.
Fire Breaks Out Inside Bucks County High SchoolSchool officials tell Eyewitness News that they expect to have everything cleaned up in time for classes to go on as scheduled.
Tractor Trailer Flips On Side On Blue Route In MontCoChopper 3 was live over the Blue Route on Wednesday night. There, a tractor trailer flipped onto its side.
Newsradio Gala Honors Those Creating Positive Changes In Black CommunityIt was a night to honor people making a positive impact in the black community in the Greater Philadelphia area.
Jersey Shore, Delaware Stops Snubbed From List Of America's Best BeachesNo beaches from Delaware or the Jersey Shore made the list of America's top beaches according to Trip Advisor.
Attorney General Shapiro Puts Cost Of Kane 'Drama' At $3.6 MillionPennsylvania’s new attorney general has come up with a preliminary estimate of $3.6 million for the total legal costs of what he termed the “drama” associated with the state’s last elected attorney general, Kathleen Kane.
Phila. School District: Policies Will 'Not Change' Despite Trump Administration Transgender Bathroom DecisionThe Philadelphia School District responds to President Trump's decision regarding transgender bathrooms in schools.
Officials: Vehicle Collides With Building In Upper DarbyDelaware County fire and police crews were on the scene on Wednesday night after a vehicle hit a building.
New Laser Procedure Zaps Away Unwanted FatThe latest weapon in the battle of the bulge is a nonsurgical procedure that takes less than half an hour to complete.
'Smoke And Mirrors' Or 'Plan B?': Mayor, City Controller Disagree On Soda Tax RevenuePhiladelphia's city controller is sounding the alarm about a shortfall in revenue from the controversial sweetened beverage tax -- but Mayor Kenney remains confident it will bring in what's expected.
New Program Helps Provide Food For Students In NeedStarting Thursday, students at a North Philadelphia school will be getting a monthly backpack of food to take home, courtesy of Philabundance.
Kids Learn About Healthy Eating At Salvation Army Cooking ClassA program aimed to educate kids about healthy eating is getting rave reviews from its participants.

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