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Sixers Look To Win At Different Kind Of GameThere's plenty of anticipation for the upcoming 76ers season, but the team is making a big move off the court.
Numerous Events Planned In Philadelphia For Voter Registration DayVice President Joe Biden will be at Drexel University Tuesday morning to kick off a voter registration drive. It's just one of the events planned for National Voter Registration Day.
Prospects Dim For Approval Of Philly Ride-Sharing Bill Before Friday DeadlineIt appears unlikely that state lawmakers will extend authorization for ride-share services in the city of Philadelphia before it expires on Friday.
Presidential Debate Comes On Anniversary Of Historic Nixon-Kennedy ClashThe first ever presidential debate between a man and a woman falls on the anniversary of the first televised debate, which pitted then-Vice President Richard Nixon against Senator John F. Kennedy.
Montco Man Accused Of Extracting Autistic Child's Teeth Headed To PrisonNicholas Kernechel, accused of forcefully removing three teeth from the mouth of an autistic boy, has been sentenced to two-to-ten years in state prison.
Ardo Returns To Pennsylvania Attorney General's Press OfficeWhile some high-profile people have departed the Pennsylvania attorney general’s office in recent weeks, a familiar face is coming back.
Olympic Legend Comes To Olney Elementary Bearing Gifts From ComcastIt was quite the surprise for a back-to-school Monday: Students at Olney Elementary not only heard from track-and-field superstar Jackie Joyner-Kersee but also were stunned by the gifts she had for them.
Scott Franzke: Baseball Lost 'Great Young Talent' With Tragic Death Of Jose FernandezFranzke says Jose Fernandez had rare talent, but he was also an All-Star off the field.
Eagles Fans Hope Team Can Cook Up Win Against SteelersThe Eagles and Steelers meet in a Keystone State showdown at Lincoln Financial Field. It's a late afternoon kickoff, but Eagles fans were trying to get their party started bright and early.
Hundreds March Through Center City To Help End Rape CultureHundreds of protesters marched from City Hall to Rittenhouse Square Saturday in an effort to raise awareness about rape culture that compromises the safety of so many people.
Union Members Hold Rally To Push For Increase In Minimum WageUnion members rallied Saturday at the intersection of Broad Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue with the message of raising the state's minimum wage.
Montgomery County Lawyer Accused Of Raping Former Client Faces New ChargesA Montgomery County attorney already facing rape charges is now accused of a handful of additional felonies, after police say he lied to access confidential information about his accuser.

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