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FDA Authorizes Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use In Children Ages 12-15The US Food and Drug Administration has expanded the emergency use authorization for Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine to include people ages 12 to 15.
2 People Killed, At Least 4 Others Injured As Gun Violence Plagues Philadelphia MondayThe Monday afternoon outburst of gunfire follows a weekend that left seven people dead and 25 people shot. 
Philadelphia Officials Expected To Provide Update On Reopening Timeline Tuesday, Sources SayLast week, several City Council members pressed the city’s health commissioner for a reopening date.
Four Guns Confiscated From Philadelphia International Airport Passengers Over WeekendSo far this year, the TSA has stopped 26 guns at checkpoints at the airport.
Giant Supermarket Chain Opening 4 New Stores In Philadelphia, Hiring 700 EmployeesGiants says it's hiring 700 new employees.
Philadelphia Chef Eli Kulp Finds New Mission After Being Paralyzed In Amtrak Crash, Battle With DepressionA celebrated Philadelphia chef was left paralyzed from the accident and after years of depression and suicidal thoughts he has found a new mission. 
Philadelphia Shooting Homicides Up 40% From 2020 After 7 Killed In Violent Mother's Day WeekendA deadly Mother’s Day weekend left seven people dead and 25 people shot.
Community Recalls Memories At Historic St. Leo's Church In Tacony As Fire Crews Work To Determine What Caused BlazeFire Marshals continue to investigate what caused a blaze that left the historic St. Leo's Church in ruins.
Expect Gas Prices To Tick Up Even More In Philadelphia Area After Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack, AAA SaysThe Colonial Pipeline delivers roughly 45% of fuel consumed on the East Coast, stretching from Texas to New Jersey.