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Mercy Hospital Owners Exploring Options To 'Transition Campus' In Order To Keep Hospital ViableLess than a week after the hospital's owners announced inpatient care would be ending, city and state leaders held a special community meeting in Cobbs Creek Monday night. 
Delaware County Second-Grader Dies From Flu ComplicationsSchool district officials say 7-year-old Matthew Wzorek died Sunday.
Final Preparations Wrapped Up For Tuesday's Mass Of Installation For Next Archbishop Of Philadelphia Nelson PerezTuesday is the mass of installation for Bishop Nelson Perez, the next archbishop of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Police: Man, Woman Both Shot In Head During Kensington Home InvasionPolice say the two victims, who were both shot in the head, managed to run out of the first-floor apartment and flag down a woman driving by.
Philadelphia-Bound Flight Makes Emergency Landing In Charlotte Just Moments After Taking OffIt had just taken off from Charlotte around 3:30 p.m. Monday when the pilot noticed a possible mechanical problem and turned the plane around.
Prosecutors: 22-Year-Old YouTuber From South Jersey Scammed Social Media Followers, Businesses Out Of $1.5 Million In Fraud SchemeProsecutors believe Kayla Massa preyed on dozens of her followers to scam them out of thousands of dollars each.
Behind The Scenes Of Cape May's Harriet Tubman Museum Set To Open In JuneCape May is now getting a highly-anticipated museum to showcase the efforts to get slaves to freedom.
Philadelphia's Police Athletic League, Lower Merion High School Give Away Special Kobe Bryant Basketballs To TeensBasketballs and other memorabilia left outside of the school in the wake of Bryant's tragic death are being given away to students at this year's tournament.
Attorney General's Office Working To Shut Down Philadelphia Towing Company Accused Of Ripping Off Customers, Illegally Towing CarsEyewitness News spoke to one man who says the company inexplicably towed his vehicle from out front of his home.