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Police have identified the man who was killed after a wall fell on him in Camden County.
Visitors were standing in line to see Mighty Mike, the aquarium’s fourteen-foot, 800-pound American alligator.
Fire crews battled a multi-alarm blaze Friday afternoon in Montgomery County.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says President Barack Obama has not been assertive enough as three scandals involving his administration have mounted.
Both lawmakers were joined at the police administration building by Philadelphia DA Seth Williams and police commissioner Charles Ramsey.
Powerball officials say the jackpot has climbed to an estimated $600 million, making it the largest prize in the game’s history and the world’s second largest lottery prize.
The city was expecting about 1,000 people to show up, but about three times that number were standing in a line that wrapped around the Municipal Services Building, across from City Hall.
Rob Dubow, the mayor’s finance director, argued against raising the city’s “U&O” business tax and in favor of boosting taxes on liquor and cigarettes.
Superintendent William Hite’s budget relies on labor concessions — including teacher pay cuts from 5 to 13 percent, and an end to teacher seniority.
This week Greg and Eli open the phones to a select group of Philadelphia Union fans.
If you’re a pet owner, you need to know what your legal responsibility is to those who get bitten.
Too many games today hold players hands for much too long. Lazors is different, though.
Patients should only be admitted to the hospital when they absolutely need to be. Your own home may be a better environment for recovery.
Investigators say a homeless man, who became an internet celebrity, was arrested in Philadelphia and charged with a northern New Jersey murder Thursday night.
At this store, there are strict limits on sizes. And that policy is drawing howls of protest on the internet. Natasha Brown has a 3 On Your Side special report.