Philadelphia Police Officer Fatally Shoots Armed Suspect Chasing SEPTA Employee In Frankford, Officials Say
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Beloved 'Dancing Security Guard' Honored With Surprise Caravan In Philadelphia's Cobbs Creek Neighborhood
Miller says she dances to lift the spirits of patients who might be having a rough day.
Sen. Bob Casey Antibody's Test Result Indicates He Probably Had COVID-19 Earlier This Year
The Democratic senator from Scranton said he had a low-grade fever and mild flu-like symptoms, leading him to isolate himself at home for two weeks.
Step Up To The Plate Serves 100,000th Meal To Philadelphians Experiencing Homelessness, Housing Or Food Insecurity
Step Up to the Plate served its 100,000th meal on Wednesday.
Visitors Head To Atlantic City Beach, Boardwalk During First Weekend Reopened
Check out photos as people head back to Jersey Shore.
Eagles' Carson Wentz Condemns 'Institutional Racism In This Country' After Death Of George Floyd
Eagles' quarterback Carson Wentz is using his platform to condemn the death of George Floyd.
Report: Eagles Offer Contract To RB Devonta Freeman, Show Interest In Bringing Back LeSean McCoy
The Eagles have reportedly made running back Devonta Freeman a contract offer, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane.
Philadelphia Weather: Steamy With Scattered Showers, Storms Tonight
Kate Bilo has the latest forecast.
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Weather Update: Cooler And Comfortable By Sunday
Kate Bilo reports.
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Philadelphia Weather: Philly Expected To See Year's First 80-Degree Day Followed By Thunderstorms
Friday looks to be the warmest day so far in 2020.
Philadelphia Weather: Arctic Blast To Bring Chance Of May Snowflakes, Near Record Lows This Mother's Day Weekend
Unseasonably cold air is still on tap for the Delaware Valley overnight Friday through Sunday morning.
Adventure Aquarium Wants Public To Vote On Name For New Little Blue Penguin
A big announcement at the Adventure Aquarium about one of its smallest resident.
Coronavirus Latest: Barnes Foundation Offering 'Takeout' Series Showcasing Artwork On YouTube
The Barnes Museum's daily specials are works of art, which they've started presenting virtually in a Barnes Takeout series on Youtube.
Franklin Institute Starts My Home Museum Challenge To Showcase Unique Collections
Many of us have gotten to tour some of the cool collections at the Franklin Institute.
Coronavirus New Jersey: Photographer Making Most Of Social Distancing Order By Taking 'Porch Portraits' Of Families
This is a difficult time for sure but it's also one we will be talking about for years. So why not document it with a "porch portrait?"
Coronavirus Latest: Devon Horse Show And Country Fair Canceled Due To COVID-19 Pandemic
The annual Devon Horse Show and Country Fair has been canceled this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
SEE THEM: These Philadelphia-Based Dogs Are Up For Adoption, In Need Of Furever Homes
Start your day off right by browsing through delightful doggies! There are dozens of dogs up for adoption right here in Philadelphia.
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Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: SEPTA Reducing Regional Rail Services To 'Essential Service Schedule' Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
SEPTA is reducing Regional Rail services to an "Essential Service Schedule" in an effort to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
Officials: Flight Headed To New Jersey Diverted After Passengers Seated Next To Person Sneezing, Coughing Became Disruptive
Denver police officials said three people were upset about a sick person on the plane.
Frontier Airlines Adding Three New Non-Stop Flights At Philadelphia International Airport
Travelers will soon have more options when they fly in to or out of Philadelphia International Airport.
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Monsignor Lynn Set For Third Day Of Cross-Examination In Clergy Sex Abuse Trial
Tuesday morning, 61 year old Monsignor William Lynn will be back on the witness stand at the Criminal Justice Center testifying in his own defense.
In Clergy Sex Abuse Trial, Monsignor William Lynn Returns To The Stand
Lynn's defending himself against charges that he endangered children, while in his role as Secretary of the Clergy from 1992 to 2004 -- while working for the late Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua.