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Fasnacht Day Means Long Lines At Local BakeriesTuesday is Fasnacht Day.
UPDATE: Trash Collection In Philadelphia Not Being SuspendedThe City of Philadelphia has reversed course and now says regular trash and recycling collection will take place today.
Overnight Weather Leaves Delaware Roads Mostly Wet; Snow Expected Later TuesdayA winter storm that was expected to drop snow on Delaware overnight turned out to be mostly rain, leaving wet or slushy roads in most areas as the morning commute got underway on Tuesday.
Groundbreaking King Midas Exhibit Premieres In PhiladelphiaIt features spectacular artifacts from Turkey that tell the legendary story of King Midas and brings some of his influence into the future.
Christie's Last-Minute Push In New Hampshire Ahead Of PrimaryA last-minute push in New Hampshire tonight ahead of tomorrow's primary in Campaign 2016.
Man Fatally Shot After Gunfire Erupts Outside Delaware TGI FridaysNew Castle County police say they responded to a call just before 7 o'clock Monday night, reporting gunshots in the parking lot of a TGI Fridays near North DuPont Highway in New Castle.
Recap: Sixers Lose To L.A. Clippers, 98-92 In OTJ.J. Redick had 23 points, including the tying 3-pointer late in regulation, and Jamal Crawford also scored 23 points to lead the short-handed Los Angeles Clippers to a 98-92 overtime victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night.
Dog Walkers On-Demand, Right From Your PhoneIt's an app that both you and your pet will benefit from. Its called Wag, an on-demand dog walking app.
Brandon McManus Seals Legend Status At Former Lansdale High SchoolLong before Brandon ever stepped on that Super Bowl field, he actually spent four years playing varsity kicker for the North Penn Knights, once breaking a school record by kicking a 55-yard field goal in 2007.
49-Year-Old Man Dies In West Philadelphia ShootingA man has died following a shooting in West Philadelphia. Police say it happened at 5:13 p.m.
PennDOT Crews Get Ready For Latest Round Of Winter WeatherPennDOT crews have more than 106,000 tons of salt on hand for this storm and they've only used 27,000 tons so far this winter.
Despite Protests, Temple's Board Of Trustees Votes To Go Forward With New Stadium ProposalThe North Philadelphia community and Temple students are coming together today to fight against a proposed football stadium.

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