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Hundreds Line Race Route At Philly Cycling Classic

Sunday was race day in Philadelphia. Cyclists from all over the world took to the famous Manayunk Wall for the annual Philly Cycling Classic as hundreds cheered them on along their way.


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Philadelphia Zoo Hosts National Eating Disorder Association Walk

One-thousand people are expected to take part in The National Eating Disorder Association’s walk at the Philadelphia Zoo tomorrow morning.


(Ivy Harper, of Schwenksville, Pa., described the help she received in the Montgomery County anti-homelessness program, "Your Way Home."  Photo by Tim Jimenez)

Client Sings Praises of Montco’s New Anti-Homelessness Program

Ivy Harper says she and her four kids were forced into a shelter by an abusive relationship but the “Your Way Home” program helped her regain her footing.


File photo of editors of "The Playwickian" who instituted a ban on use of "Redskins" in the paper. (photo provided)

School Board Decides To Delay Vote On Neshaminy HS Newspaper ‘Redskin’ Ban

Superintendent Robert Copeland said he’ll meet with editors of the Neshaminy High paper “The Playwickian” and they’ll discuss this controversial policy which would reverse the “Redskin” ban.


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Heavy Storms Leave Behind Damage, Power Outages Across The Area

In Limerick, Montgomery County powerful winds are being blamed for knocking down a tree on top of a home. It was around 7:20 p.m. when the single family home damaged. Fortunately no one was there at the time.


Restaurants are told to close until the water is safe to consume. (credit: Jim Melwert)

Boil Water Advisory Remains In Effect For Six Townships In Montgomery County

Residents and business owners are living anything but normal lives as a boil water advisory remains in effect for Pennsylvania American Water customers in portions of Montgomery County.


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Grief Counselors Will Be Available At Two Schools Where Students Died Wednesday

Grief counselors will be available at two area schools today, mourning the loss of students who died on Wednesday after medical emergencies.


(US attorney general Eric Holder takes questions from the media during an announcement on indictments against Chinese military hackers.  David Hickton, US attorney for Western Pennsylvania is at left; assistant attorney general for national security John Carlin at right.  Photo by Alex Wong/ Getty Images)

Drexel U. Cybersecurity Expert Says Chinese Hackers Used Some Simple Tricks

In the first case of its kind, a US grand jury is charging five Chinese computer hackers with economic espionage and theft of trade secrets.


Carlos Merced, in red, knows the struggles ex-cons face after being released. (credit: Tim Jimenez

Camden Organization Helping Ex-Cons Reintegrate Into Society With Welcome Centers

Camden Churches for Organized People (CCOP) wants to keep those who are free from jail on the right path. So, for them they’re opening what they call “Welcome Centers” once a month at different locations in the city


Air marshals escort the suspect off the plane. (credit: Kevin Weissman)

Calif. Man Charged With Drunken Display That Caused Flight To Return to PHL

Authorities say Robert Coppack, a dual citizen of the US and UK, was drunk and caused a lot of trouble on US Airways Flight 728.


(The headquarters of the School District of Philadelphia, on North Broad Street near Spring Garden.  File photo by Mike DeNardo)

Phila. Principal, 4 Teachers Charged With Doctoring Student Tests

Pennsylvania prosecutors have filed charges against a principal and four teachers, accusing them of cheating on standardized tests in the Philadelphia school system.


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Violent Carjacking In North Philadelphia Leaves Man In Critical Condition

It happened around 6 p.m. Wednesday at 21st and York Streets.


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Thousands Race Through Heart Of Philly For Broad Street Run

The 35th annual Broad Street Run came and went Sunday as 40,000 people laced up their running shoes and took the ten-mile journey.


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Governor Corbett Signs Execution Warrant For Convicted Cop Killer

Governor Tom Corbett signed an executive warrant today for a man charged with killing a Philadelphia police officer in 2007.


A home being rebuilt with the help of 'Brigstrong' photo credit: Tim Jimenez

The Cleanup Continues A Year And A Half After Super Storm Sandy

It has been a year-and-a-half since Sandy ravaged parts of the Jersey shore and many communities are still trying to pick up the pieces.