Trenton Mayor W. Reed Gusciora says a flyer is circulating online calling for armed protests at all state capitals on Jan. 17. Katie Johnston reports.

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New Jersey Authorities Preparing For Armed Protest At Trenton Capitol BuildingTrenton Mayor W. Reed Gusciora says a flyer is circulating online calling for armed protests at all state capitals on Jan. 17. Katie Johnston reports.
Parkesburg Borough Police, PECO Investigating Mysterious Odor In AreaPolice say the smell was detected along West 1st Avenue on Wednesday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
Republicans In Pennsylvania Changing Party Registration Following Deadly Insurrection At US CapitolIn the 36 hours after last week’s deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, 112 Republicans reached out to the election office in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to change their party registration. Katie Johnston reports.
Kevin Hart Signs Deal With Netflix For 4 Exclusive FilmsThings are looking good for Philly's own Kevin Hart.
Sources: FBI Searching West Goshen Home; US Attorney For DC Leading InvestigationA federal investigation is underway in Chester County on Tuesday. Sources confirm to CBS3 that the FBI is searching a home on the 100 block of Applegate Drive in West Goshen. Katie Johnston reports
Police Searching For Suspect Wanted In Multiple Robberies At Philly Gas Station In North PhiladelphiaPolice are searching for the suspect wanted in multiple robberies of the same gas station in North Philadelphia. Katie Johnston reports.
Suspect In Deadly New Jersey Shooting Arrested In MarylandU.S. marshals in Maryland have arrested a man wanted in a deadly shooting in New Jersey. Members of a fugitive task force on Monday apprehended Angel Torres, 31, of Glassboro, at a hotel in Baltimore. Katie Johnston reports.
New York Man Admits Trying To Have Sex With Burlington County TeenJohn Emilio, 43, pleaded guilty to a charge of attempting to endanger the welfare of children. Katie Johnston reports.
Reports: Philadelphia Eagles Fire Head Coach Doug Pederson After 5 SeasonsDoug Pederson, the only head coach to lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a Super Bowl title, is looking for a new job. The Eagles reportedly fired head coach Doug Pederson on Monday after five seasons. Katie Johnston reports.
NJ Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Tests Positive For COVID-19 After Sheltering With Several Lawmakers During US Capitol RiotsA 75-year-old congresswoman from New Jersey has tested positive for the coronavirus following last week's U.S. Capitol lockdown. Democratic Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman revealed Monday she received a positive COVID-19 test. Katie Johnston reports.
Troopers: Philadelphia Man Threatened Bar Worker, Chased In DelawareA Philadelphia man who authorities said displayed a gun and threatened to kill a Delaware bar employee who told him to leave because the business was closing was arrested after fleeing from troopers. Katie Johnston reports.
Bed Bath & Beyond To Close 43 Stores By End Of February Including In New Jersey, PennsylvaniaDozens of Bed Bath and Beyond stores will shut their doors by the end of February, including stores in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Katie Johnston reports.
South Jersey Man Among Those Arrested In Violent Storming Of Capitol BuildingTwelve Pennsylvanians and a South Jersey man are among the protesters who have been arrested for storming the U.S. Capitol during riots in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
COVID In Pennsylvania: Department Of Health Confirms State's 1st Case Of New COVID-19 VariantPennsylvania health officials announced Thursday the state's first confirmed case of the new COVID-19 variant. Katie Johnston reports.
Three Philadelphia Restaurants Land On Esquire Magazine's '100 Restaurants America Can't Afford To Lose' ListThe restaurant industry has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic across the United States. In Pennsylvania, indoor dining resumed this week after a three-week shut down in an effort to slow the spread of the virus. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Is The Most Moved From State In 2020, Study FindsNew Jersey may be the most densely populated state in the U.S. but it seems residents can't wait to move out of the Garden State. According to moving company United Van Lines' 44th Annual National Migration study, New Jersey was the state most moved from in 2020. Katie Johnston reports.
Meek Mill Helping To Fulfill Holiday Wishes Of Philadelphia School ChildrenNatasha Brown reports.
Space Heater Sparks Deadly Fire Inside Philadelphia Home, Police SayThe fatal fire happened around 8 a.m. on the 1000 block of Medary Avenue. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Searching For Three Teens Who Pushed 73-Year-Old Man Down, Stole His Car In North PhiladelphiaPolice are searching for three teens who pushed an elderly man down and stole his car in North Philadelphia. Katie Johnston reports.
'The World Needs Gritty': Gritty Demanding NHL To Allow Him Inside Flyers Games Once Season Starts In JanuaryGritty is demanding the NHL to allow him inside Flyers games at the Wells Fargo Center when the season begins in January. Katie Johnston reports.
Rookie Quarterback Jalen Hurts Will Start For Third Straight Game When Eagles Face Dallas CowboysRookie quarterback Jalen Hurts has earned another start following an impressive performance in Philadelphia’s 33-26 loss at Arizona. Katie Johnston reports.
Tunnel To Towers Foundation Pays Off Mortgage Of Fallen Philadelphia Police Sgt. James O'Connor's Family HomeThe family of a Philadelphia police officer shot and killed in the line of duty won't have to worry about paying any more mortgage payments. Katie Johnston reports.
US Army Soldier Accused Of Abducting, Fatally Shooting Fort Drum Soldier After Body Found In New JerseyA U.S. Army soldier is being held in the death of a fellow soldier from Tennessee who was found shot to death in Sussex County, New Jersey after he was missing from a base in upstate New York. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Release Surveillance Footage Of Deadly North Philadelphia Drive-by ShootingPolice have released surveillance footage of a deadly drive-by shooting that happened in North Philadelphia earlier this month. It happened shortly after 4 p.m. on Dec. 3 on the 400 block of West Indiana Avenue. Geoff Petrulis reports.

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