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Instagram has launched “Hyperlapse,” an app that speeds up shaky videos and turns them into time-lapse sequences.
A nine-year-old brother was cleared to testify after the judge determined he understood right from wrong.
And the city is encouraging everyone to come out and congratulate the Taney Dragons on their success.
The lawsuit claims the girl, an incoming freshman at Downingtown High School East, collided with another player during a preseason soccer scrimmage, injuring her head.
The board that oversees the 165-year-old school says the decision threatens its financial stability.
“This is a milestone moment in Atlantic City, one in which consolidation in the casino industry must make way for new opportunities,” said mayor Donald Guardian.
Depending how you look at, Philadelphia is either dead last among big cities, or number one for having the worst drivers.
Kuddle was designed specifically for children but lets parents monitor what their children publish and keeps access to content restricted, preventing strangers from seeing and sharing pictures.
With the last few days of summer vacation, children in the Delaware Valley will soon be back in the classroom. And two local experts have some practical wisdom for parents of children headed back to school.
An expert at the New Jersey State Museum says the stone point was probably attached to the business end of a two-part paleo-Indian spear, from about 10,000 years ago.
The Pointman Soldier’s Heart Ministry is filing a lawsuit in federal court, demanding that the city appoint a director of veterans affairs for the County of Philadelphia.
Christina Regusters is accused of dressing in Muslim garb, impersonating the girl’s mother to remove her from her kindergarten class, then sexually attacking the child.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world
The comic book-generated holdover, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ earned an estimated $18-million for a second first-place finish.
One of Philadelphia’s top movers and shakers says there are more than enough deep pockets in the region to help pay for both a potential visit of the pope to Philadelphia next year and a Democratic National Convention in 2016.