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(M. Night Shyamalan with Baldwin head of school Sally Powell.  Photo by Tim Jimenez)

Famed Director M. Night Shyamalan Talks Education Theories at Local School

A Main Line school gymnasium was packed with hundreds of people wanting to hear from M. Night Shyamalan talk about his book and his theories about closing the education gap between rich and poor communities.


(Dr. Basem Shlewiet.  Photo provided by Bucks County DA)

Bucks County Psychiatrist Charged With Fondling 3 Patients

A Bucks County psychiatrist is behind bars facing allegations he fondled three patients, including two minors. Authorities are also concerned there may be more victims.


(A narrow block of Ellsworth Street, in South Philadelphia.  Photo by Cherri Gregg)

Ice, Frigid Cold Could Make For A Rough Commute Back To School For Students

The School District of Philadelphia will be open Thursday but officials want parents to be aware of challenges students may face getting to and from school.


(Replays of disputed plays will now be shown inside Major League Baseball stadiums. File photo by Mike DeNardo)

New Baseball Video Replay Rules Mean Changed Experience For Fans

Major League Baseball is expanding the use of instant replays by umpires, starting this season.


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Local Red Cross Officials Say There’s Been A Huge Jump In Fires Recently

By Tim Jimenez PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Red Cross officials say they’ve seen a jolt in fires in the area during the past month, including one on Saturday that killed two people in Northeast Philadelphia (read […]


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Internship Fair Showcases Philadelphia’s Brightest For Employers

“I want to start a program, whether it be a nonprofit or through a foundation, that is geared toward youth education through the means of storytelling,” said Cory Dulaney (in white sweater).


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Tire-Flattening Potholes Popping Up All Over The Region

The recent winter weather and extreme cold snap is taking its toll on the roads, and potholes are causing havoc for many drivers.


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Regional Power Grid Operator Reports Winter Record For Electric Usage

They’re doing this because PJM is reporting a winter record for usage. At 7 p.m. Tuesday, the demand was 141,500 megawatts, breaking the record of 136,700 set in 2007. The difference, Dotter explains, is enough to power a medium sized city.


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Eagles Fans Flying High As Playoff Football Returns To Philadelphia

The Eagles play their first playoff game in three years tonight, hosting the New Orleans Saints. Fans say they’re ready to bring the heat to frigid Lincoln Financial Field.


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Local Worker Killed By Huge Road Salt Pile Identified

A Philadelphia-area worker fatally crushed by a massive pile of road salt has been identified as a father of two from New Jersey.


(The pep rally incuded Eagles cheerleaders and the team mascot, "Swoop."  Photo by Tim Jimenez)

Fans Brave Cold To Attend Eagles Pep Rally in Center City

“I trudged in here just to be here for the pep rally, ” said Debra, who lives in West Philadelphia.


(One PNC customer's account showed a number of "miscellaneous withdrawals" that the bank said it would reverse.  Image provided by customer)

PNC Bank Acknowledges ‘Glitch’ Affecting Unknown Number of Customers

A PNC spokeswoman says if you saw a number of strange charges on your account, or may have had that mortgage payment taken out twice, don’t worry. She says they’re working on it.


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Worker Crushed To Death By 100-Foot Rock Salt Pile In Bucks County

A freak accident left one man dead on the job in Bucks County. Authorities say he was crushed by a collapsing pile of rock salt, measuring 100 feet tall.


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SnapChat Security Breach Affects Millions

The popular photo sharing app is investigating a breach that left 4.6 million users vulnerable.


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Hundreds Gather To Ring In 2014 In Philadelphia

New Year’s Eve in Philadelphia means two fireworks shows. One to officially ring in 2014 at midnight and a 6 p.m. display that brought in a lot of families.