Trooper Fatally Shoots Suspect After Being Dragged By Vehicle During Traffic StopAuthorities in Delaware say a suspect was shot and killed by a trooper who was allegedly dragged by a vehicle during a traffic stop on Friday afternoon.
3 Cheers: Hall Of Fame Inductee Jon Bon Jovi Never Forgot His RootsJon Bon Jovi's passion carried over to helping those in need, especially here in Philadelphia and his native New Jersey.
Quick-Hitting Storm Packed Quite A Punch During Evening CommuteSlushy, wet roads made for an awful experience for motorists in the region traveling during Friday’s storm.
Is It A Gimmick? Experts Explore The Strategy Behind 'Free Shipping'New research shows free shipping tops consumer wish lists, putting it ahead of money off, even buy one, get one promotions. But, why?
Police: 3 'Grinches' Stole Dozens Of Gifts From 'Toys For Tots' BinPolice in South Jersey say three suspects made off with hundreds of dollars worth of toys intended for children in need for the holiday season.
Why Are Children Scared Of Santa? Experts Weigh InExperts say there are a number of reasons why children are afraid of Santa.
Delaware County Retirement Community Evacuated Due To FireResidents were forced to evacuate on Friday night after a fire ripped through a Delaware County retirement community.
1,000 Free Gun Safety Locks Handed Out In PhillySheriff's deputies fanned out across five neighborhoods in Philadelphia to hand out 1,000 free gun safety locks, while dispensing some advice on keeping children away from them.
New Poll Suggests NJ Governor-Elect Is Getting Positive BumpOne month from now, Phil Murphy will be sworn in as New Jersey's 56th Governor. A new poll suggests residents of the Garden State are cautiously optimistic about that.
Education Groups Wants New Standards For Choosing Philly's New School BoardThere's a call from education groups for Philadelphia officials to use new standards as they select members for a new school board.
'Toyota Haul Away Hunger Food Drive' Will Help Feed Roughly 350,000 PeopleDozens of Toyota Tundras rumbled through Philadelphia Friday morning with one mission in mind: delivering meals to the hungry.
Delaware To Pay $7.5M To Settle Suit Over Deadly Prison RiotDelaware officials have agreed to pay more than $7.5 million to settle a lawsuit stemming from an inmate riot and hostage-taking at a maximum-security prison that left a correctional officer dead.

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