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“I don’t know if any of these kids will ever be Allen Iverson, but we could have the next mayor of Philadelphia,” says John Dennis, 37, varsity coach for the Philly All-Stars, a Small Fry team.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has the story of a trip aboard the Disney Dream that has left one family feeling as if they were abandoned at the dock.
Golf fans know that Florida has more golf courses than any other state in the nation, and Orlando is one of the world’s top destinations for a dream golf vacation.
A Philadelphia-area woman has been sentenced to more than eight years in prison for stealing more than $1 million from her employer before calling in a hoax carjacking and fleeing to Disney World with her young daughter.
Chris recounts Newt Gingrich’s performance in last night’s debate and breaks down the implications with John Hayward from Human Events. He analyze’s Mitt Romney’s defense of profit and his decision to not yet release his tax returns. He also previews this week’s Conference Championship games in the NFL Playoffs with CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
A suburban Philadelphia mother should expect significant prison time for swindling her boss and a relative of as much as $1 million before staging a hoax kidnapping and taking her 9-year-old daughter to Disney World, a federal judge said Thursday.
The 11 and 1 Enon Eagles football team, is filled with phenomenal players. For the first time, this weekend these Eagles are flying to Disney World. They’ll compete in the 135 pound division, Pop Warner Super bowl.
A suburban Philadelphia woman who staged a hoax kidnapping in 2009 that ended at Disney World appears poised to plead to a $700,000 financial scheme.
Sixty-seven South Jersey high school students and their chaperones are spending an extra day in Florida, courtesy of Southwest Airlines.
The ice and frigid cold temperatures has many people eager to escape to warm beaches and bathing suits.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is asking for federal aid to assist in cleanup from the post-Christmas blizzard.