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Toomey, McGinty Trade Attacks During Final Senate DebateWith Republican Pat Toomey and Democrat Katie McGinty running neck and neck, the candidates continued to take shots at each other during the hourlong televised debate.
Open Enrollment In Affordable Care Marketplace Will Bring Unpleasant Changes To ConsumersWhen the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period begins next week customers will see some changes, including fewer choices and higher prices.
Rittenhouse Square Shooting Prompts Public Safety MeetingA man was shot multiple times in Rittenhouse Square last week after trying to stop a robbery. Now the community and Philadelphia city officials are working together to make sure the park stays crime free.
Ride-Sharing Legislation Passes PA Senate, Opens Door For Uber, Lyft In PhiladelphiaRide-sharing took a major step toward legalization across the state of Pennsylvania on Monday.
Human Relations Commission To Hear Testimony On Racism In Philly's 'Gayborhood'The Philadelphia Human Relations Commission will hear testimony Tuesday evening regarding racism in the "Gayborhood." It comes on the heels of numerous complaints from LGBT people of color.
Testimony Continues In Market Street Building Collapse Civil TrialThe elderly owner of the buildings being demolished next to the deadly 2013 Salvation Army Thrift store collapse returned to the witness stand Monday afternoon.
Nonprofit Helps Inner City Youth Prepare For Jobs In Tech IndustryCoded by Kids is an organization that focuses on providing free tech education programs to inner city kids.
SNAP Raises New Concern's Over Priest's Link To Controversial OrganizationMembers of Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests held a silent protest in front of archdiocesan headquarters in Center City Monday afternoon to demand answers from Archbishop Charles Chaput.
Philadelphia School District Launches State Of The Art Media Production Facility For StudentsIn this state-of-the-art production facility, students can make scripted shows, music recordings and news broadcasts.
What Does Massive AT&T-Time Warner Deal Mean For Consumers?Wireless giant AT&T is looking to aquire Time Warner. But what does the $85 billion dollar, blockbuster deal mean for consumers?
Holiday Food Drive Underway In Burlington CountyThe calendar may have Halloween arriving in about a week, but in Burlington County, efforts are on to help the less fortunate through the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.
Waiting For Your Absentee Ballot In Montgomery County? You're Not AloneIf you’ve requested an absentee ballot in Montgomery County and haven’t gotten it yet, you’re not alone.

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