South Philly Woman Uses Fashion To Feed HomelessA South Philadelphia woman is helping to feed those in need. She uses fashion to fund her effort.
Mild Temps, Rain This Summer Should Make For Vibrant Autumn LeavesIf you love the colors of autumn, you're in luck. The leaf colors should be rich and diverse this year.
Pennsylvania Senate Studies House Revenue Plan; Wolf Optimistic For CompromiseThe Pennsylvania Senate returned from summer break Monday, and it remains unclear how soon the stalemate over how to fully fund the state budget may be broken.
Preamble To Constitution Takes Center Stage At Masterman SchoolStudents at Philadelphia's Masterman School joined in a nationwide Constitution Day event on Monday, reciting and discussing the Preamble to the Constitution. 
Christie: Drugmakers To Work On Nonaddictive Pain MedicationNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie says there's been an agreement between the pharmaceutical industry and the National Institutes of Health to collaborate on addressing the nation's opioid crisis.
Local Organizations Unite In Fight Against SuicideExperts from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Jefferson Medical College, the City of Philadelphia and other organizations, gathered at CHOP Monday as they look to implement suicide prevention task forces.
With Pennsylvania Starved For Cash, Senate Set To Return From Summer BreakThe Senate returns from summer break Monday to tackle a controversial no-tax revenue plan passed by the House last week.
Latino Economic Development Takes Center Stage At Annual Festival In North PhillySince 1979, the La Feria del Barrio Festival has celebrated Latino culture by featuring live Latin music, dancing, food and crafts at a block party.
Flashpoint: Debate Over DACA, ROAR for Good Making World Safer, and Future of OdundeThis week on Flashpoint: the heated debate over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA program created via an executive order signed by President Barack Obama.
City Offers Free Training On How To Administer NarcanThe city is hoping to halt an alarming rise in fatal overdoses.
Facing Major Money Problems, Teachers In Camden Turn To Crowdfunding For HelpFrom computers and iPads, to virtual reality headsets and 3-D printers, the money raised by individual teachers on is giving students the tools to compete.
4 Philly Area Colleges Step Up To Help Foster Youth SucceedTemple, West Chester and Cabrini Universities and the Community College of Philadelphia want to help foster teens heading to college.

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