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DE Baby's First Shoes A Gift From USA Basketball Star Elena Delle DonneEvery baby's first pair of shoes is special, but only a select few in Delaware will be able to say their first pair came from a homegrown, gold medal Olympian.
After Report, VP Nominee Pence Calls For Shut Down Of Clinton FoundationFollowing his second stop in Bucks County, Mike Pence went one-on-one with Eyewitness News.
One Local Group Works To Help Patients Fight A Rare Zika Related SyndromeSome Zika infected patients in other countries are dealing with a rare syndrome that causes temporary paralysis.
1st Child To Undergo Historic Double-Hand Transplant Returns To CHOP After Remarkable RecoveryTuesday marked one year since then 8-year-old Zion Harvey became the first child to undergo a double-hand transplant.
Bell Biv DeVoe, En Vogue To Highlight Free Upcoming Concert On AC's BeachAtlantic City has announced that Bell Biv DeVoe and En Vogue are slated to headline an upcoming beach concert.
Family 'Heartbroken' After Phila. City Employee Shot, Killed Outside Parent's HomePhiladelphia Police are investigating after the death of a 25-year-old city employee.

Health

How A Longer Commute Can Add To Your WaistlineNew research explains why spending long periods of time in transit can be bad for your health.
American Heart Association Now Recommending Less Sugar For KidsChildren, ages 2 to 18, should consume no more than about six teaspoons of added sugars in their daily diets, according to new recommendations from the American Heart Association.
1st Child To Undergo Historic Double-Hand Transplant Returns To CHOP After Remarkable RecoveryTuesday marked one year since then 8-year-old Zion Harvey became the first child to undergo a double-hand transplant.
South Florida Teen Survives Brain-Eating AmoebaIn the past 50 years, only four people out of 138 cases have survived a brain-eating amoeba.
Baby Born In US With Zika-Related ComplicationsThe calcifications were the scarring left when Zika had infected Micaela's brain.
Med Students, Doctors, Others Gather To Prevent Physician SuicideExperts say an estimated 400 physicians and medical students commit suicide each year.

Consumer

McDonald's Recalls Happy Meal Fitness Trackers After BurnsMcDonald's Step-It activity wristbands are being recalled due to risks of skin irritation or burns.
3 On Your Side: New Car BreakdownsAAA responded to millions of calls for roadside assistance last year and many of them were drivers in newer cars.
More Americans Are Saving For RetirementThe advice is taking hold, Americans are finally saving for retirement.
At Least 20 Major Hotels In 10 States May Have Been HackedOne of the hotels is in Philadelphia.
Toyota Recalls More Than 300,000 Vehicles With Recurring Suspension IssuesThe recall involves the Toyota RAV4 SUV from the 2006-2011 model years and the Lexus HS250h sedan from the 2010 model year.
Macy's & Co.: Who Else Is Closing Up Shop?Shuttering stores has been a common occurrence for retailers over the past few years.

Entertainment

Bell Biv DeVoe, En Vogue To Highlight Free Upcoming Concert On AC's BeachAtlantic City has announced that Bell Biv DeVoe and En Vogue are slated to headline an upcoming beach concert.
Jennifer Lawrence Is Once Again The Highest Paid Actress"The Hunger Games" star banked $46 million before taxes over 12 months, making her the highest-paid actress for the second year in a row.
Report: Pills In Prince's Home Mislabeled, Contained FentanylThe revelation gives more insight into what may have caused Prince's overdose.
Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC Manager Lou Pearlman DiesLou Pearlman, the disgraced star-maker behind 1990s boy bands *NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys, has died in prison.
Interview: Bayside Celebrate Their New Album 'Vacancy' In PhiladelphiaFriday marks the release of Vacancy, the melodic and morose seventh effort from the New York band Bayside.
Amber Heard Says She's Donating $7M Depp Divorce SettlementAmber Heard said she is donating her entire $7 million divorce settlement from Johnny Depp to a pair of charities that will use the money to benefit women who have been abused and sick children.

Business

Is Uber's Push For Self-Driving Cars A Job Killer?The company is feverishly investing in self-driving technology.
Hear Philly: Enjoy $1 Deals At Baltimore Avenue Dollar StrollOne dollar doesn’t typically get you very far, but on Thursday evening, September 8 it can go a long way at the annual Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll in Philadelphia’s University City District.
Merck Cutting 148 Jobs In PennsylvaniaThe drugmaker says the layoffs will take place at its North Wales plant by Sept. 10.
Battle Over Casino Expansion In North Jersey Getting SeriousThe campaign for and against the idea is likely to be long and expensive.
Want To Work From Home? It Might Be Easier Than Your Boss ThinksYou might wonder why you can't do your job from home. Well, you probably can.
Macy's Is Closing Another 100 StoresMacy's announced plans on Thursday to close about 15% of its department stores.

Tech

Twitter Unveils Features To Filter Tweets, NotificationsTwitter has announced two new settings that will allow users to control what they see in their feeds.
Twitter: We Suspended 360K Accounts Over 'Violent Extremism'Twitter said Thursday it has suspended 360,000 accounts since mid-2015 for violating its policies.
Your Smartphone Knows If You're A Good DriverWant to prove you're a better driver than your friends? There's a growing list of apps to do just that.
Google's Duo App Joins Crowded Field Of Video CallingThe app, dubbed Duo, represents Google's response to other popular video calling options, including Apple's FaceTime.
Ford Plans To Deliver Fully Self-Driving Cars By 2021Self-driving Fords that have no steering wheels, brake or gas pedals will be in mass production within five years, the company said Tuesday.
Apple Patent Hints Future iPhones Could Be WaterproofThe company was recently granted a patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office that hints at its possible plans.

CBS National News

Hundreds of thousands of dead fish wash into New Jersey marina
One year after face transplant, ex-firefighter sees new "normal"
FBI investigating Virginia stabbing as possible terror attack
8/23: Mike Pence on Donald Trump's immigration policy; face transplant recipient thriving one year after surgery
Nick Cannon starts freshman year of college at Howard University
3 injured when taxi jumps curb in busy downtown San Francisco

CBS World News

Deadly earthquake rattles central Italy
Man shouting "Allahu akbar" fatally stabs British traveller
S. Korea: N. Korea test-fires submarine-launched ballistic missile
American describes "nightmare" conditions while being held in Venezuela jail
Cat adopts abandoned baby squirrel monkey
Residents of Hong Kong outraged by movie poster mistake

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