Philly Inmate Back In Custody After Accidental ReleaseAn inmate who was accidentally released is now back in police custody. 
Handicapped Man Who Was Attacked By Teens Gets To Meet FlyersA handicapped who was attacked by four teens in Philadelphia gets to meet the Flyers.
Mayor Kenney Makes Good On Pledge To Honor Paris Climate Agreement, Despite U.S. WithdrawalMayor Jim Kenney on Wednesday announced two ways the city is countering the federal stance on the issue.
Study: Extra Virgin Olive Oil Protects Brain Against Alzheimer's DiseaseNew research from Philadelphia about extra virgin olive oil and its role in fighting alzheimer's disease.
Special Device May Help Alleviate Back PainThe device is surgically implanted in the back with a lead that goes up the spinal column.
Judge In Cosby Trial Releases Jurors' NamesJudge Steven O'Neill granted the media's request to release the names.
Firefighters Battle Junkyard Blaze In South JerseyFirefighters battled a junkyard fire on Wednesday night in South Jersey.
Severe Storm Brings Tree Down In PhiladelphiaFierce weather moved through our area quickly and left a harsh mark. 
Storm Damage Causes Delays On SEPTA Regional RailsSEPTA is reporting delays on the regional rails because of storm damage.
First Total Solar Eclipse In North America In Almost A CenturyThat's right. In late August, Americans will witness the first total solar eclipse to cross the continent in a century. 
One Of Nation's Top Workshops For Writers Moves Headquarters To PhiladelphiaVoices of Our Nation Arts Foundation has found a new home at the University of Pennsylvania.
Wolf Signs Bill Eliminating Keystone Exams For Career, Tech StudentsThe bill signed by Governor Wolf will eliminate Keystone Exams as a graduation requirement for CTE student, students in career and technology education.

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