Elementary School Students Compete In African-American History BeeTo celebrate Black History Month, students at Wyncote Elementary showed off their knowledge Wednesday in an African-American History Bee. 
Newly Freed Inmate Shot By Correctional Officer During Attempted CarjackingPhiladelphia police say an inmate at Curran Fromhold Correctional Facility ended up on the wrong side of the law minutes after his release from prison.
United Way Names Bill Golderer Its New President And CEOBill Golderer has grand plans about how to grow the organization.
Eagles Fans Get Rare Chance To Take Photo With Lombardi Trophy In Center CityIf winning the Super Bowl hasn't settled in yet, snapping a picture with the Lombardi Trophy should fix that.
Pennsylvania State Police Looking For HorsesA team of 26 horses are stabled at the academy in Hershey. New additions are needed as older horses are almost ready to retire.
Police Urge Fans To Have Game Plan For Super Bowl PartyingGoing out on Sunday for the big game? Don't fly by the seat of your green pants. Philadelphia police want everyone to be prepared.
Philly Auto Show Gets Rolling At Pennsylvania Convention CenterWhether you're into American muscle or European hustle, there's something here for everybody at the 2018 Philly Auto Show.
New Jersey Governor Joins Other State Leaders In Tax Law FightNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is joining forces with leaders from other states to fight the legality of the tax law passed by Congress late last year.
Protesters Demand Congressman Pat Meehan's ResignationCongressman Pat Meehan has already been removed from his post on the House Ethics Committee. For protesters, that isn't enough.
Rhys Hoskins Helps Ignite Young Philly Students' Interest In ReadingPhiladelphia Phillies phenom Rhys Hoskins flew in from California Wednesday to read to elementary school students in Strawberry Mansion. 
Lindros Meets With Fans Ahead Of Jersey Retirement Ceremony: 'It's An Absolute Honor'Lindros says he was stunned when Flyers president Paul Holmgren called to say no Flyer will ever wear #88 again.
Funeral Held For African-American Icon From PhiladelphiaRichard "Sonny" Driver was a Germantown native, a World War II veteran and a pioneer in the publishing industry, creating SCOOP, a paper serving the black community.

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