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Pennsylvania Schools To Get More State Virus Analysis To Guide ReopeningUnder pressure to give schools more health guidance about how to safely reopen, Gov. Tom Wolf's administration said Monday that it will provide recommendations to school districts based on the local rate of transmission of the coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
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Philadelphia Public League To Suspend High School Sports Until January 2021The Philadelphia Public League is suspending all interscholastic high school sports until January 2021. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Awards $96 Million In Grants For Small Businesses Impacted By Pandemic51% of the grants went to historically disadvantaged businesses.
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Groundbreaking Held For Senior Affordable Housing Community St. Rita PlaceArchbishop Nelson Perez presided over the ceremony for Saint Rita Place on Monday.
Six Flags Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure Celebrates New AdditionThe safari welcomed Sierra, a female giraffe calf. She is the most recent of 4 calves born over the past year.
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ATM Blown Up In University CityIt's unclear if any money was taken. 
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Man Rushed To Hospital After Shot At Spring Garden House PartyAt the scene, a neighbor told Eyewitness News that the area has been having issues with crowded house parties.
Police: Man Shot, Stabbed Multiple Times In Southwest PhiladelphiaThe victim is in stable condition.
Philadelphia Commemorates 75th Anniversary Of Nagasaki BombingA message asking Philadelphians to call on Congress to lead a global effort to prevent nuclear war.
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