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Governor Wolf Condemns Recent Antisemitic Attacks, ThreatsPennsylvania's Governor addressed the media on Monday, condemning recent attacks and threats on Jewish people.
Glenside School Holds 'Junior Flower Show'It was a bountiful bouquet of colorful exhibits at St. Joseph The Protector Elementary School in Glenside.
Warmer Winters Don't Mean Less SnowIn our warming world, the overall area of North America covered by snow is decreasing.
6 Injured In Multi-Vehicle Crash Involving DART BusSix people have been injured in a multi-vehicle crash, involving a DART Bus, Monday.
Man Charged With Killing 3 Women, Including Philly TeenA New Jersey man already charged with killing two women was charged Monday with killing a Philadelphia teen, and attempting to kill a fourth woman.
Raindrop-Sized Technology Letting People Ditch Their Reading GlassesThere is new help for millions of people who need glasses to read.
GOP-Sponsored Bill Blocks Over $1 Billion In Funding To Pennsylvania Sanctuary CitiesSenate Bill 10 is sponsored by Republican state Sen. Guy Reschenthaler and it passed 37-12 earlier this month.
Nurse Accused Of Secretly Videotaping PatientsInvestigators say James Close, a nurse at Penn Medicine Dermatology in Lower Makefield Township, videotaped eight female patients while they undressed.
Local Religious Leaders Stand Together Following Jewish Cemetery VandalismNearly 200 Interfaith leaders from several religions gathered at the Lutheran Seminary in the Germantown section of Philadelphia to stand in solidarity.
Judge Rules Jury For Cosby Trial Will Be Picked From Another CountyThe hearing comes after the trial judge Friday ruled that only one other accuser can testify at the scheduled June trial.
Doctors Say Pot Can Be Dangerous For Developing BrainsTwenty nine states allow medical or recreational use of marijuana for adults over 21, and doctors are worried many parents who use the drug may think it's OK for kids.
Philadelphia Kicks Off Annual 'TreePhilly' ProgramThe city of Philadelphia kicked off its yearly free tree program on Monday as a part of an endeavor to spruce up yards around the region.

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