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Open For Business: Pandas Love PicklesVittoria Woodill reports.
Some School Districts Struggled To Offer In-Person Learning Due To Pandemic But Catholic Schools Have Remained OpenJoe Holden reports.
Several Books By Dr. Seuss Have Stopped Being PublishedMatt Petrillo reports.
Philadelphia Weather: Cold & Clear NightMeteorologist Kate Bilo has your forecast.
Philadelphia Fans Have Waited Nearly A Year To See Their Teams In ActionNatasha Brown reports.
Some Pennsylvania Lawmakers Making Case For Raising State's Minimum WageCurrently, it's $7.25.
Students Drop Off PPE At Temple University HospitalDonations of PPE were dropped off by students from Philadelphia's Mathematics, Civics, and Sciences Charter School.
All Students In Chester Upland School District Can Return To School BuildingsThis was the first day grades three through 12 could begin hybrid learning.
Almost 50 Rabbits Rescued From Property In Lancaster CountyThe Pennsylvania SPCA found them Monday after a tip.
Philadelphia Police Asking For Public's Help To Solve Deadly Hit-And-Run Crash In Juniata ParkInvestigators released a surveillance image of the wanted vehicle on Erie Avenue and I Street.
Philadelphia Police Investigating Stabbing In NicetownPolice say a 52-year-old man was stabbed multiple times at a home on Rowan Street.
Delaware Officials Say New Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Arrives In StateHowever, the initial allotment is small.
Lawmakers Want Action From Gov. Wolf On Pennsylvania Prisoners As Result Of COVID-19Those advocating for the prisoner release demonstrated today outside the State Correctional Institution in Chester.
Pennsylvania Establishes New Grant Program To Help Hospitality BusinessesThe state will begin accepting applications on March 15.
FEMA Sets Up Federal COVID-19 Vaccination Site At Pennsylvania Convention CenterAlecia Reid reports.
'Next Step Is To Permanently Close': Berks County Detention Center No Longer Holding Migrant Children, ParentsA Pennsylvania facility used by the U.S. government to detain asylum-seeking immigrants has released several families and is no longer holding children and parents, according to activists and U.S. Sen. Bob Casey. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Weather: Whipping Winds And Tumbling TempsLlarisa Abreu has the Eyewitness Weather forecast.
Several Dr. Seuss Books Will No Longer Be PublishedDr. Seuss Enterprises announced it will no longer sell the books because they "portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong."
Health Officials Say Several People Not Yet Eligible For Vaccine Managed To Sign Up For Appointments At Convention CenterThe health department is now working to weed those people out and cancel their appointments.
Homeland Security Secretary Gets First-Hand Look At New FEMA Vaccination Site At Pennsylvania Convention CenterAlecia Reid reports.
Fire Marshals Investigating How Apparently Abandoned Camden Home Caught FireHoward Monroe reports.
5-Year-Old Girl Critically Injured In Crash Involving Britt Reid Likely Has Permanent Brain Damage, Family Attorney SaysAn attorney for the family of a 5-year-old girl critically injured in a crash involving former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid says the girl suffered a devastating brain injury that has left her unable to speak or walk. Geoff Petrulis reports.
6 Dr. Seuss Books Won’t Be Published For Racist ImagesSix Dr. Seuss books — including “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” and “If I Ran the Zoo” — will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery. Katie Johnston reports.
8 People Injured In Camden House FireThe cause of the fire is under investigation.