Tiger Cub Born At Philadelphia Zoo Finds New HomeThe baby Amur tiger was born July 10 at the Philadelphia Zoo was the only surviving cub in the litter of five.
Judge Halts Sunoco Pipeline Construction Across PennsylvaniaJudge Bernard Labuskes Jr. granted the stoppage of the Mariner East 2 pipeline on Tuesday.
Police Search For Man Stealing Car Batteries Out Of JeepsSurveillance video from June 20th shows a man getting out of the driver's side of a Honda Civic with a PA license plate number of JTN1733.
Police: Missing Teen Mom, 2-Month-Old Baby Found SafePolice say 16-year-old Lamaya Green and 2-month-old Amiliana Green were found safe and in good health following a police press conference Tuesday afternoon.
Justice Dept. Rules Intensify Crackdown On Sanctuary CitiesUnder old rules, cities seeking grant money needed only to show they were not preventing local law enforcement from communicating with federal authorities about the immigration status of people they have detained.
Former Congressional Campaign Aide Pleads Guilty To Hiding Cash From FedsThe money was routed through two political consultants who falsified invoices intended to justify the payments, officials said.
Penn's Landing Redevelopment Leads To Crew Cutting Out 'Scissor Ramps'Demolition crews are blocking-off the 1970s-era "scissor ramps" connecting Market and Chestnut Streets with Columbus Boulevard below.
Japanese Company Turns To Google To Help Keep Their Baby Food SafeFive tons and thousands of different types of raw ingredients are inspected every day for the kid cuisine made by Kewpie.
Netflix Movie On Anorexia Is Raising Concerns In Healthcare CommunityTo The Bone is a movie that focuses on a 20-year old woman who suffers from anorexia.
Philadelphia Honors First African-American In Space Col. Guion BlufordBluford has always known that the sky is not the limit.
Philly's Backpack Challenge Returns To Help Foster Kids Hit The Books AgainTuesday the Philly DHS teamed up with the Valley Youth House and several other local organizations to kick off their annual Back Pack Challenge.
'Radio Silence': A Performance Telling The Story Of Iraqi Refugees, American VeteransIt's a hybrid documentary, variety show and radio play, features storytelling by the people most affected by events in Iraq.

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