Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper and his wife Kayla are expecting their second child, and baby No. 2 is a girl! Bryce posted an image of him and his wife holding an ultrasound photo with pink balloons around them Monday morning. Katie Johnston reports.

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Delaware County Officials Concerned Over Increase In COVID-19 Cases In Young PeopleAlecia Reid reports.
Philadelphia Union Wear Names Of Victims Of Police Violence On Jerseys In Support Of Black Lives MatterPat Gallen reports.
Joel Embiid Arrives In Orlando In Hazmat SuitEmbiid didn't take any shortcuts protecting himself.
Philadelphia Officials Unveils #MaskUpPHL Campaign To Urge Residents to Wear MasksThe campaign comes in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Philadelphia Zoo Reopens To PublicThere are increased health and safety measures in place.
Police Searching For Missing 2-Year-Old King Hill, Last Seen In Strawberry MansionTrang Do reports.
More NFL Stars Weigh In on DeSean Jackson's Anti-Semitic Social Media PostsJulian Edelman invited Jackson to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Presumptive Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden Campaigned Near ScrantonBiden says America needs to rebuild the middle class.
CBS3 Travels Around Pennsylvania With Vice President Mike PenceMatt Petrillo reports.
Vice President Mike Pence To Speak At Back The Blue Rally In PhiladelphiaAlexandria Hoff reports.
Vice President Mike Pence Greets Supporters With Elbow Bump Instead Of Handshake After Arriving In LancasterVice President Mike Pence arrived in Lancaster to applause from three local supporters Thursday afternoon. The masked vice president briefly chatted with the supporters — who were also wearing masks — and bumped elbows with them in place of a hand shake. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia School District To Outline Reopening Plans Next WeekNatasha Brown reports.
Philadelphia Union Wear Names Of Victims Of Police Violence On Jerseys In Support Of Black Lives MatterThe Philadelphia Union area shared a message Thursday morning; the players recognized the victims of police violence in support of Black Lives Matter. Katie Johnston reports.
Starbucks Will Require Customers To Wear Masks Starting Next WeekStarbucks will require customers to wear a facial covering while visiting any of its company-owned stores in the United States, starting July 15. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Weather: Tracking Tropical MoistureMeteorologist Llarisa Abreu has your forecast.
Democrat Amy Kennedy Wins New Jersey House Primary, To Face Jeff Van Drew In NovemberTurncoat Republican Rep. Jeff Van Drew, who flipped New Jersey's 2nd District from red to blue in 2018, then flipped it back, of his own accord, in 2019, will face a Kennedy in November. Katie Johnston reports.
Joe Biden Proposes $700 Billion-Plus ‘Buy American’ CampaignLaunching an economic pitch expected to anchor his fall presidential campaign, Democratic candidate Joe Biden is proposing sweeping new uses of the federal government’s regulatory and spending power to bolster U.S. manufacturing and technology firms. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Public Schools Relying On 'Safety & Science' To Guide DecisionsThe Superintendent of Philadelphia Public Schools says he hopes to get children back to class in the fall.
Philadelphia Police Searching For Missing 2-Year-Old King HillPolice say 2-year-old King Hill was last seen at 9:50 a.m. Tuesday near 31st and Page Streets.
Vice President Mike Pence Arrives In PennsylvaniaMatt Petrillo reports.
Police: 27-Year-Old Man Dies After Being Shot Multiple Times In North PhiladelphiaA 27-year-old man has died after police say he was shot multiple times in North Philadelphia. According to officials, this happened along the 2300 block of West Indiana Avenue just before 10:30 a.m. Thursday. Katie Johnston reports.
Digital Brief: July 9, 2020 (AM)Janelle Burrell has your morning headlines.
Bed Bath & Beyond Plans To Close 200 Stores Over The Next Two YearsThere is no word on which stores will be closed.
General Admission Resumes At Philadelphia ZooMasks are required, you have to buy a timed ticket before-hand, and indoor attractions are closed.

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