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District Attorney Larry Krasner, Mayor Jim Kenney Speak Out On Philadelphia's Ongoing Gun Violence CrisisPhiladelphia eclipsed more than 400 homicides for the second straight year over the weekend, and some of the city’s political leaders have spoke out on the ongoing gun violence crisis.
Habitat For Humanity Breaks Ground On Four Montgomery County HomesThe construction of four new homes in Hatfield will soon be underway, thanks to Habitat For Humanity.
Phillies Fall To Pirates, Ending 5-Game Win StreakPhillies starter Hans Crouse gave up a home run to Cole Tucker on his first major league pitch and Philadelphia’s playoff hopes took a hit Sunday with a 6-0 loss to Max Kranick and the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Teenager Killed In Trenton Shooting Identified As Shemiah Davis, Mercer County Prosecutor's Office SaysThe 15-year-old girl who was shot and killed in Trenton on Saturday night has been identified as Shemiah Davis, the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office announced on Sunday.
Trial Starts Monday For Gilbert Newton III, Philadelphia Teen Accused Of Killing Ex-Girlfriend Morgan McCaffreyThe trial of a Philadelphia teenager accused of stabbing his ex-girlfriend to death starts Monday.
Volunteers Clean Up Ida Debris from Veterans Memorial Park In Montgomery CountyA clean-up crew met at Veteran's Memorial Park Sunday morning to clear out evidence of Ida's remnants.
Mercer County Prosecutor: 4th Person Also Died In July Fire That Killed Infant; Man IndictedAuthorities in New Jersey say a fourth person died in a fire earlier this year that also claimed the lives of a 9-month-old daughter and her grandparents.
CBS3 Pet Project: What Types Of Toys, Treats Can Be Choking Hazards For My Dog?Animal advocate Carol Erickson talks about some toys and treats that could be a potential choking hazard for your dog.


Pennsylvania Liquor Stores Put 2-Bottle Limit On Some Booze Due To Supply ShortagesThe PLCB said “sustained supply chain disruptions and product shortages” prompted the restrictions on certain types of alcohol.
Apple Issues Urgent iPhone Software Update To Address Critical Spyware VulnerabilityApple has updated its software for iPhones to address a critical vulnerability that independent researchers say has been exploited by notorious surveillance software to spy on a Saudi activist.
Olympic Fans Fighting To Get 100% Ticket Refunds From New Jersey-Based Company CoSportWith Tokyo under a state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic and spectators banned from the venues, an estimated $800 million in Olympic tickets are going to waste. For some, getting a refund is like attempting an Olympic feat. 
Johnson & Johnson Recalls Some Neutrogena, Aveeno Sunscreens After It Detects Benzene In ThemThe company is warning customers against using aerosol sprays Neutrogena Beach Defense, Neutrogena Cool Dry Sport, Neutrogena Invisible Daily, Neutrogena Ultra Sheer and Aveeno Protect + Refresh.
Johnson & Johnson Recalling Sunscreens Due To Benzene TracesThe health care giant said the benzene was found after testing by the company and an independent laboratory.
List Of Best Vehicles For Teen Drivers, Recommended By Consumer Reports And Insurance Institute For Highway SafetyConsumer Reports' Jennifer Stockburger says it's important parents make sure new drivers have the right kind of car.

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2021 Tony Awards: Complete list of winners and nominees"Jagged Little Pill," the musical featuring songs and music written by Alanis Morissette, received the most nominations with 15.
At least 3 killed and dozens injured after Amtrak train derailmentAn Amtrak passenger train derailed near Joplin, Montana, on Sunday, killing three and injuring dozens more. Meg Oliver has the latest.
Gabby Petito's family and friends gather for memorial on Long IslandFamily and friends gathered for a memorial service for Gabby Petito on Sunday. The whereabouts of her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, remain unknown. Tom Hanson reports.
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 9/26Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Susan Spencer looks at the pain of family estrangements, and the difficulty of repairing broken family bonds. Plus: David Pogue looks at the road to Broadway of a musical about Princess Diana; Maurice DuBois talks with Adrienne Warren about her Tony-nominated performance as Tina Turner; Serena Altschul visits a MoMA exhibit about cars and art; Lee Cowan sits down with "The Price is Right" host Drew Carey; Mola Lenghi interviews former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi, one of the few female leaders of a Fortune 500 company; and Seth Doane takes in the pageantry of a medieval jousting competition in the Italian village of Arezzo.
Extended interview: GOP Senator Tim Scott on "Face the Nation"As budget battles and the conversation over police reform continue, Margaret Brennan sits down with key negotiator Senator Tim Scott for an update.
At least 3 killed when Amtrak train derails in MontanaAs of Sunday evening, five people were still hospitalized in stable condition.