The only thing stopping Pennsylvania counties receiving and sending ballots to registered voters who applied for one is the resolution to a State Supreme Court case removing the Green Party's candidate from the ballot. Katie Johnston reports.
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Pennsylvania Counties To Print, Send Ballots To Registered Voters Following State Supreme Court DecisionThe only thing stopping Pennsylvania counties receiving and sending ballots to registered voters who applied for one is the resolution to a State Supreme Court case removing the Green Party's candidate from the ballot. Katie Johnston reports.
White House Staff Members Reportedly Test Positive For COVID-19 Less Than 24 Hours After Pres. Donald Trump Visited PhiladelphiaMultiple White House staff members have reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 less than 24 hours after President Donald Trump visited Philadelphia. Katie Johnston reports.
'Let's Grab Her': 2 Men In White Van Wanted In Darby Township Attempted Abduction Of 8-Year-OldOfficials are asking for the public's help identifying the suspects and vehicle used in an attempted child abduction in Darby Township. Katie Johnston reports.
Big Ten Football To Resume Starting Weekend Of Oct. 23-24There will be a Big Ten football season this fall beginning in October, as officials announced a reversal in their decision to cancel the season. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania's Yuengling, America's Oldest Brewer, Expanding To West Coast For First TimeHey West Coast beer lovers, it's pronounced YING-ling. D.G. Yuengling and Son, America's oldest operating brewer, is sending some cold ones your way for the first time since it began making beer in 1829. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Police: Man Loses Left Hand, Critically Injured When Firework ExplodesA man lost his left hand and was critically injured when a firework he was handling exploded. The incident happened on the 9100 block of Delaire Landing Road in the Torresdale section of Northeast Philadelphia, shortly after 12:30 p.m. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Among Top 10 States With Most Coronavirus Restrictions, Study FindsPennsylvania ranked among the top 10 states with the most COVID-19 restrictions, according to a WalletHub study. This comes after a federal judge struck down some of Pennsylvania's coronavirus restrictions as unconstitutional. Katie Johnston reports.
Eagles Set To Open New Sportsbook Lounge At Lincoln Financial Field As Part Of Multi-Year Partnership With FOX BetThe Philadelphia Eagles announced Tuesday a new multi-year partnership agreement with sports betting company FOX Bet that will bring a new sportsbook lounge to Lincoln Financial Field for fans to enjoy on game day. Katie Johnston reports.
Road Closures, SEPTA Changes Expected Ahead Of President Trump's Visit TuesdaySeveral road closures, SEPTA changes and traffic delays are expected in Philadelphia Tuesday ahead of President Donald Trump's visit to the National Constitution Center. Katie Johnston reports.
Uncounted Ballots From New Jersey July Primary Found In BinOfficials have counted more than 1,600 ballots from New Jersey's July primary that were found last week in a "mislabeled" bin. Katie Johnston reports.
Swimmers Along Jersey Shore Advised To Use Caution After Man Drowns In Seas Churned By HurricaneSwimmers along the New Jersey shore were advised to use caution Tuesday after a man drowned in seas churned as Hurricane Paulette battered Bermuda. Katie Johnston reports.
Keith Urban Joins CBS3 To Talk About Hosting ACM AwardsJessica Kartalija talks with the country music superstar on CBS3@4.
Taylor Swift To Perform At ACM Awards For First Time In 7 YearsThe show will air on CBS3 on Wednesday night.
Federal Judge Rules Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's COVID-19 Shutdown Order UnconstitutionalA federal judge on Monday struck down Gov. Tom Wolf’s pandemic restrictions that required people to stay at home, placed size limits on gatherings and ordered “non-life-sustaining” businesses to shut down, calling them unconstitutional. Katie Johnston reports.
President Donald Trump Expected To Participate In Closed Event At National Constitution CenterPresident Donald Trump is expected to be in Philadelphia Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Fringe Festival Kicks Off VirtuallyTrang Do reports.
Indoor Dining At Restaurants In Philadelphia Will Not Move To 50% Capacity With Rest Of State On Sept. 21, Officials SayPhiladelphia health officials have shot down restaurants' hope to move indoor dining to 50% capacity later this month. Katie Johnston reports.
Report: New Jersey Ranked Fourth Most Diverse State In AmericaNew Jersey has been named one of the most diverse states in the country. WalletHub's 2020's Most and Least Diverse States ranking lists the Garden State as the fourth most diverse state in America. Katie Johsnton reports.
NFL Picks Week 1: NFC EastCBS DFW sports anchor Bill Jones looks at NFL Week 1 matchups in the NFC East, as Dallas Cowboys open up against the Los Angeles Rams, and the Philadelphia Eagles head to Washington. Katie Johnston reports.
Taylor Swift Ties Whitney Houston For Most Weeks At No. 1 On Billboard 200She has done it again, Berks County native Taylor Swift is now tied with an American music icon for yet another record.
CBS3 SummerFest At Home: Iron Chef Jose Garces Shares Grilling Tips Perfect For Holiday WeekendUkee Washington reports.
CBS3 SummerFest At Home: Drive-Thru Jurassic Quest Opens At Wells Fargo CenterThe quest opened on Friday.
Can The Eagles Win The NFC East In Back To Back Years For The First Time Since 2003-04?CBS Philly sports reporter Pat Gallen breaks down the unusual offseason for the Eagles as they prepare for the 2020 season. He discusses how Jalen Reagor's injury affects the offense, what the expectations should be for the defense and why he sees it as a two-horse race between the Eagles and Cowboys in the division. Katie Johnston reports.
CDC Advises Several Cities To Prepare To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine By Nov. 1In a four-page memo this summer, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told health departments across the country to draft vaccination plans by Oct. 1. Katie Johnston reports.