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Decision By Federal Judge Could Put Foreign ‘Prying Eyes’ On Your Email

Microsoft says a ruling from a federal judge could open the door to your email, if foreign governments come knocking.

3 hours ago

A GameStop store in Center City. (Credit: Steve Tawa)

New Philadelphia GameStop Policy Requires Customer Fingerprints When Trading In Games

GameStop is now requiring its customers in Philadelphia, but not in the suburbs, to provide a fingerprint scan on certain transactions.

3 hours ago

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Suspect Wanted For Punching Wawa Clerk For Supposedly Looking At His Daughter Turns Himself In

A man caught on a Wawa surveilance tape punching a man last Sunday afternoon has surrendered to police. He was charged and released after posting bail.

23 hours ago

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Pedestrian In Stable Condition After Hit-Run On Roosevelt Boulevard

It happened around 11:20 p.m. Wednesday on the boulevard near F Street.

07/31/2014

File Photo 2013 "National Night Out" in South Philadelphia. (credit: Dan Wing)

Millions To Take Part In National Crime Prevention Effort Started By Local Man

It’s called “National Night Out” and it was started 31 years ago by Matt Peskin of Wynnewood, Montgomery County.

07/31/2014

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Donations Will Pay For Funerals Of Children Who Died In SW Philadelphia Fire

Four children who died in a Southwest Philadelphia fire on July 5th will be buried next month in a Delaware County cemetery.

07/31/2014

A hospital worker sprays premises outside the ELWA hospital in the Liberian capital Monrovia to prevent germs from spreading. (credit: Zoom Dosso/Getty Images)

Ebola Outbreak Prompts Peace Corps To Remove Volunteers From Some Countries In Africa

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the largest ever, but the risk of it spreading to the United States is very low.

07/31/2014

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Back From France, Nutter Says He Never Lost Touch With Philadelphia

Mayor Nutter says his just-completed, six-day trip to France did not take him away from running the city.

07/31/2014

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More Charges Filed Against Ironworkers Union Members For Allegedly Damaging Worksites

More charges have been filed against members of the Ironworkers Local 401, alleging they damaged work sites where non-union construction workers were hired.

07/31/2014

Council President Clarke leads the discussion at CCP (Credit: Steve Tawa)

City Council Looks To Improve Philadelphia Neighborhoods

City Council President Darrell Clarke and his colleagues are pushing a CSI “to make every neighborhood a community of choice.”

07/31/2014

Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey at Green Lane Bridge (credit: Steve Tawa)

Senator Casey Calls On Congress To Provide Long-term Fix For Highway Trust Fund

Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey is calling on Congress to avoid the equivalent of a government shut down of federally funded highway projects.

07/28/2014

Photo from Wawa surveillance video of suspect and woman believed to be his daughter. (credit: Upper Darby Police)

Police Search For Angry Dad Who Punched Man At Upper Darby Wawa

A confrontation inside an Upper Darby Wawa sent one man to the hospital and police looking for the man who they say knocked him out. Authorities say the suspect went too far trying to protect his daughter’s honor.

07/28/2014

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Eagles Fans Get Up Close Look At Improvements To Linc

Eagles fans at today’s open practice got their first in-person look at offseason improvements to Lincoln Financial Field.

07/28/2014

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Merck Announces Another Round Of Layoffs

On the heels of more than 650 job cuts at its West Point manufacturing and research plant in late 2013 and earlier this year, Merck plans to let go another 600 employees by the end of August.

07/28/2014

Pa. Senator Pat Toomey in file photo (credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Senator Toomey Aims To Lower Unemployment Rate Among Nation’s Veterans

A meeting was held today in Montgomery County to discuss ways to lower the unemployment rate of recent military veterans. Among the speakers, Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey.

07/28/2014

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