Murphy's First Bill Signing Looks To Restore Funding To Women's Health, Planned Parenthood Just 34 days into his new administration, Gov. Phil Murphy has laid out plans for his first bill signing.
Judge Vacates 11-Year-Old Lawncrest Murder ConvictionA Philadelphia judge has vacated the murder conviction of a man who has been behind bars for 11 years for killing his friend outside a neighborhood grocery store in the Lawncrest section.
FBI: Partygoer Stole $4.5 Million Statue's Left Thumb After Selfie At Franklin InstituteFederal authorities say a Delaware man snapped a selfie before stealing part of a $4.5 million statue at a Philadelphia museum.
Charter School Advocates Protest SRC's Proposed Policy AmendmentThey want the SRC to "table" the amendment during its meeting Thursday.
Pa. Liquor Control Board Holds Lottery For Some Sought After SpiritsNow through Saturday, you can opt in to one or all four separate lotteries.
Philadelphia Orchestra Gets Set For Tour Of Europe, IsraelThe concerts will bring the Orchestra to six European cities, including Brussels, Paris, Hamburg and Vienna, then Haifa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
TSA Pushes PreCheck Program To Streamline Passenger Screening At PHLThe Transportation Security Administration has reopened a temporary enrollment center at Philadelphia International Airport for a TSA PreCheck program that gives airline passengers a quicker screening experience. 
Sixers Unveil Bobby Jones Statue At the 76ers Training Complex in Camden, another legendary player is memorialized.
Stage Set For Climactic Finish To Eagles Super Bowl ParadeWithin minutes of the city's announcement, motorists rounding Eakins Oval were tooting their horns, knowing that Stagehands and Teamsters workers were beginning to put up a stage on the steps of the Art Museum.
Expert: Pact Between CEO's Of Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, JPMorgan Chase Sure To DisruptTheir alliance shows how frustrated people are with the high cost of health care, according to Robert Field, a professor of Law and Public Health at Drexel University.
Bagel Shop Serves Giant 'Beagle' In Honor Of Super BowlJust about any business person worth their salt is looking for a Superbowl connection, and at a local bagel shop, a referee should have blown the whistle for piling on.
Intelligence Committee Democrat Claims Republican Chairman Altered Trump-Russia MemoCongressman Schiff contends the Republican Chairman of the committee, Devin Nunes, "made material changes" to the classified memo.

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