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Delaware Community Grieving The Deaths Of Two FirefightersCleve Bryan reports.
Charles Osgood Signs Off From ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ After 22 years; Audio ExcerptCharles Osgood said goodbye to his loyal CBS “Sunday Morning” viewers on Sunday. Jane Pauley, who will be Osgood’s successor, came on at the end of the show to tell him that the bow tie he was wearing would be memorialized in the Smithsonian museum.
Wentz Leads Eagles To 3-0 Start, Beat Pittsburgh 34-3; Audio ExcerptCarson Wentz was 23-30 and two touchdowns - and yet to throw an interception - for his first 300-yard passing game, which translated into a 34-3 thumping of the Steelers. Wentz finished with 301 yards through the air.
Philadelphia Welcomed Pope Francis 1 Year Ago Today; Audio ExcerptA year ago today, Pope Francis landed in Philadelphia for a whirlwind two-day visit. It was a whirlwind visit that included stops at the Cathedral, Independence Hall, a city prison, and a huge open-air Mass on the Ben Franklin Parkway. The pope came to Philadelphia to celebrate the closing of the World Meeting of Families event.
Arnold Palmer’s Legacy Lives On In Delaware Valley; Audio ExcerptArnold Palmer was a Pennsylvania guy, who never forgot his Keystone State roots, even at the height of his career. The legendary golfer known as “The King” died on Sunday, but Palmer’s imprint on golf locally can still be seen. Palmer, a native of Latrobe, designed courses on the eastern side of the state at Blue Bell and Horsham country clubs.
Golf Legend Arnold Palmer Dies At 87; Audio ExcerptArnold Palmer brought a country-club sport to the masses with a hard-charging style, charisma and a commoner’s touch, At ease with both presidents and the golfing public, and on a first-name basis with both, “The King,” died Sunday in Pittsburgh. He was 87.