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The Middle East conflict hits close to home as protestors rally at Love Park.
It’s the destination website for many sports fans and concert goes, but it appears that StubHub was also the destination for hackers.
Researchers are testing a birth control microchip that can be turned off and on with a remote. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl explains how it works.
On Friday, July 25th, a very sick little boy from Foxboro, Massachusetts will be celebrating his 6th birthday. His wish? Getting lots of birthday cards
While the Trump Plaza, Showboat and Revel casinos all look at possible closures by early fall, a pair of free country concerts are a week away which will try to draw huge crowds of infrequent visitors to the resort city.
A worker at a McDonald’s on the Main Line was doing more than flipping burgers, police say.
He’ll join a prestigious list that includes Oprah Winfrey and Sidney Poitier.
CBS 3 Meteorologist Kathy Orr enjoys the sights and sounds of Stone Harbor’s bayside this week.
They’re kids from the Philadelphia area who might just come up with the next iPhone or create the next Amazon.
“We’ve been made familiar with the bomb shelter and we’ve been made familiar what to do when the Code Red siren goes off,” says Max Newman, of Blue Bell, Pa.
An inch of rain puts Von Nieda Park, in Cramer Hill, underwater for days. Nearby streets and homes are also inundated.
A group of South Jersey teenagers who hope to become teachers are getting a chance to practice, with the help of some Camden youngsters and a program based at Rowan University.
The verdicts were mostly “not guilty,” although four of the judges were convicted of lying to investigators about providing “consideration” in Traffic Court to certain VIPs.
The FAA has extended its ban on US flights to Tel Aviv until at least 4:15pm (ET) Thursday.