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Kidcasting From Cannstatter’s Annual Oktoberfest in NE Philadelphia

Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at Cannstatter’s Annual Oktoberfest  in Philadelphia on August 31st, 2013.  



Kidcasting From Collingswood Crafts and Fine Arts Festival in New Jersey

Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at the 8th Annual Collingswood Crafts and Fine Arts Festival in Collingswood, New Jersey on August 18th, 2013.    



Kidcasting From Kite and Castles in Cape May City, NJ

Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at Kite and Castles in Cape May City, New Jersey on August 17th, 2013.



Kidcasting From The NJTL Closing Ceremonies

Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at NJTL Closing Ceremonies in Philadelphia on August 8th, 2013.


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N.J. Bill Would Make It Illegal For Kids To Buy Violent Video Games

There’s a bid in the New Jersey legislature to make it illegal for youngsters to purchase violent video games, at least on their own.


(Gov. Tom Corbett.  File photo: AP)

Governor Corbett Continues Lottery Privatization Efforts

State Revenue Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Brassell says the governor has decided to tweak the contract and try again.


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New Jersey Dog Fighting Bill Moves To State Assembly

Efforts to combat dog fighting got a big boost in a New Jersey assembly committee, which has cleared a bill that tightens animal cruelty laws in the state.


(Nicholas & Athena Karabots flanked by mayor and councilwoman Blackwell. Credit John McDevitt)

CHOP Opens A New Pediatric Care Facility

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Wednesday morning for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s new pediatric care facility at 48th and Market Streets.


(File Photo. Credit: Pennsylvania SPCA)

Proposed Pa. Law Would Force Animal Abusers To Pay For Care

Area animal shelters are behind legislation making its way through the state legislature in Harrisburg that would make it easier for them to care for animals seized in hoarding cases.



CBS Local Media Stations In Philadelphia Continue “Operation Brotherly Love” With American Red Cross For Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

The CBS Local Media stations in Philadelphia – CBS 3, The CW Philly, KYW Newsradio 1060, 98.1 WOGL, SportsRadio 94 WIP, SportsRadio 610 WIP, Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, CBSPhilly.com and CBS Outdoor – continue to support the local Hurricane Sandy relief efforts with the American Red Cross through Operation Brotherly Love.


(credit: Drexel Athletics/Greg Carroccio)

HISTORY: Drexel’s Givens Approaching Rare 1,000/1,000 Club

Drexel’s Samme Givens is approaching a milestone.


A microphone "flag" at the Museum of Broadcast Communications, in Chicago.  (Photo by Mike DeNardo)

KYW Celebrates 90 Well-Traveled Years Of Broadcasting

November 11th, 1921, barely a year after commercial broadcasting began at KDKA in Pittsburgh, another station debuted.


KYW's Vince Hill, left, accepts the Multicultural Affairs Congress' "Legacy" Award on behalf of late colleague Karin Phillips from city representative Melanie Johnson. (Credit: Mike Denardo)

KYW’s Karin Phillips Receives First-Ever Legacy Award From Multicultural Affairs Congress

She is gone, but certainly not forgotten. Longtime community affairs reporter Karin Phillips, who died last month, was honored posthumously this afternoon by the city Multicultural Affairs Congress.


Karin Phillips

KYW Newsradio Reporter Karin Phillips Dies

Beloved KYW Newsradio community affairs reporter Karin Phillips passed away suddenly on Tuesday at the age of 53 after a brief illness.