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SEPTA Track Workers Get New Safety Protection That Could Save LivesSEPTA has announced two new measures, beyond their traditional safety training, designed to protect workers on the tracks.
Philadelphia Mourns Passing Of City's 1st African-American Police CommissionerWillie Williams, Philadelphia’s 1st African American Police Commissioner, has died after a long illness in Atlanta at the age of 72.
GOP Ballot Doesn't List The Candidates Delegates Are SupportingIf you are a Republican voter planning to cast your ballot in Tuesday's election, you may well already know a lot about the candidates you plan to vote for.
Donald Trump Addresses Supporters In DelawareDonald Trump spoke to thousands of supporters in Delaware on Friday.
CBS3 Reporter Walt Hunter To Receive 2016 Board Of Governors Award At 34th Annual Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards"We are thrilled to honor Walt as one of the most outstanding investigative reporters in our industry."
Co-workers Rally Behind 911 Dispatcher As She Fights Deadly DiseaseWhen Ute Spearman was diagnosed with an incurable degenerative condition, she didn't have to call for help, it was right there in her fellow workers.
15 Arrested For Alleged Gang-Related Violence That Terrorized NeighborhoodA law enforcement task force has arrested several alleged gang members who are accused of shocking violence.
Elevated Levels Of Lead In Local Elementary School Prompt Officials Into ActionLower Merion School District officials say they will be ordering additional tests on water at the Penn Wynne Elementary School. The order comes after testing at three locations inside the school, this past week, indicated elevated levels of lead in the water.
3 Men Accused of Racketeering After Scamming Thousands In 'PayDay' Loan SchemeFederal prosecutors now claim three men took advantage of victims' financial plights by billing them on "payday" loans for the past 5 years, charging $30 for every $100 borrowed, a rate that prosecutors say exceeded 700 percent.
Suspect Sought For Attacking SEPTA Trolley OperatorSEPTA and Springfield, Delaware County Police are asking the public's help catching an attacker they say punched a SEPTA 101 trolley operator in a sudden, unprovoked assault.
Philadelphia Police Launch Special Task Force Designed To Combat Human TraffickingPhiladelphia Police are launching a special task force to battle the growing problem of Human Traffickers preying on children in Philadelphia, CBS has learned.
Leader of Philadelphia's Special Victims Unit RetiresOn Friday, Capt. John Darby will end his 14-year leadership role as commander of the Philadelphia Police Department’s Special Victims Unit.

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