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Handful Of Witnesses Testify 1st Week Of Market Street Collapse TrialAt the Market Street building collapse civil trial, the list of potential witnesses stands at 243.
President Of Mongolia Pays State Visit To PhiladelphiaPresident Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj visited City Council Chambers, talking about his commitment to the protection of Mongolia's democracy.
Testimony To Begin In Market Street Collapse Civil TrialUpwards of 150-names appear on the witness list for a trial that could take two to three months.
Plaintiff’s Lawyer In Market Street Building Collapse Trial: 'This Was No Accident'Opening statements are now underway.
Jury Selection Complete In Deadly Market Street Collapse Civil TrialIt took more than a week, but a jury has now been picked for the civil trial to determine if anyone should be liable financially in the deadly 2013 Market Street building collapse.
Children's Scholarship Fund Launches Application Season For Low-Income FamiliesApplications are now open for a program aimed at helping low-income families in Philadelphia.
Urge to Merge Moves Forward At 2 Universities In PhiladelphiaOfficials at Thomas Jefferson University and Philadelphia University have approved their definitive agreement to merge.
Jury Selection Process In Market Street Collapse Civil Trial, Closed To PublicThe judge who will preside over the lengthy civil trial regarding the deadly 2013 building collapse has closed the jury selection process.
Civil Trial Underway Of 2013 Building Collapse A jury will decide if any individuals or corporate entities are liable financially.
Days After Being Sworn In, Beemer Fires 2 Of Kane’s Top AidesPennsylvania's new attorney general spent his second day the job Thursday firing two top aides to his predecessor Kathleen Kane.
Murder Charge Dismissed Against Mother In Young Daughter's Fatal ShootingA North Philadelphia mother and her boyfriend have been ordered held for trial, although a judge has dismissed a third-degree murder charge against the woman, after her young daughter fatally shot herself in late June.
Philly School Of Contemporary Circus Looks To Inspire Tomorrow's ArtistsPhiladelphia is becoming home to the nation's first higher education program in contemporary circus arts.

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