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An 11-year-old boy has died after an ATV he was riding in collided with a dump truck in Logan Township.
For the second time this week, the Philadelphia Fire Department has gotten a nice donation for smoke detectors. But this time, it’s for people who can’t hear the regular ones.
Police are searching for a gunman after a man is shot in Kensington.
Princeton University reports more than 3,300 students have received meningitis B vaccinations since a mass vaccination got underway on campus Monday.
The body Brian LaLoup, a US Marine stationed in Greece, was returned to the US missing an internal organ.
Chris talks about “selfies”, the budget deal, Nelson Mandela’s memorial, Bob Menendez, Cole Hamels’ trade rumors, and much more. He is also joined by Hayden, this week’s Pizza Pet of the Week.
The LOOP program is aimed at residents who’ve been in the same home for more than a decade, and whose assessments have more than tripled.
The state House has passed and sent to the Senate a bill that would require drug testing for prospective teachers and other school employees in Pennsylvania.
Could your child be the next Mark Zuckerberg or Bill Gates? Students at the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia are trying their hand at computer programming this week.
The ACLU says legislation that would criminalize so-called “revenge porn” in Pennsylvania needs to balance the needs of victims with protection of free expression.
As more Americans sign up online for healthcare under the Affordable Care Act, there is a growing envy among Pennsylvanians who would qualify for expanded Medicaid, but won’t get it come January.
The head of the Pennsylvania Medical Society foresees an at least temporary shortage of doctors as the new federal health care law continues to roll out.
Even if all goes according to plan, Healthy Pennsylvania is unlikely to go into effect until 2015.
Executive Director of Glen Foerd on the Delaware Meg Sharp Walton describes the origin of this year’s Celtic theme.