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Video Of Unusual Beach Erosion In Townsends Inlet Goes ViralA strange sight in Sea Isle City.
Pennsylvania Officials To Begin Putting Out Fire Burning For 16 YearsThe fire is in a coal mine near Scranton.
Delaware County Turns To High-Tech Tools To Track Down Mysterious SmellJoe Holden reports.
Exclusive: Edgmont Township Family Believes Brown Water Linked To Mariner East PipelineJoe Holden reports.
Parents Confront Philadelphia School Leaders Over Asbestos ConcernsHoward Monroe reports.
Camden County's Plastics Ban Now In EffectSingle-use plastics are banned at all Camden County facilities and events.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney Signs Legislation, Taking Action On Climate ChangeKenney signed two bills aimed at combating climate change.
Residents Impacted By Mariner East Pipelines Share Their Stories At Public HearingChantee Lans reports.
Philadelphia Zoo Conservation Efforts Helping Fight Amazon FiresJohn McDevitt reports.
South Jersey Residents Up In Arms After Medical Waste Found In Delaware RiverKimberly Davis reports.
2 Companies Introduce Pasta Straws As Alternative To Paper StrawsThe straws last at least an hour.
Climate Change Could Make It More Dangerous To Play Outdoor SportsYou could also be at an elevated risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
Invasive Spotted Latternflies Found In Camden CountyIf you spot one, call authorities.
Growing Concerns About Crop Productions With Declining Bee PopulationsStephanie Stahl reports.
New Report On New Jersey Beaches Looks At Replenishment, Climate ChangeCleve Bryan reports.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Working To Block Any Bans On Plastic BagsThey want to study the impact of the bans before any can be passed.
Philadelphia Taking Another Shot At Cracking Down On Plastic BagsPrevious attempts to limit plastic bags in the city have failed.
Jellyfish Known For Painful Stings Turns Up In North Wildwood PondCleve Bryan reports.
Green Roofs, Roof Meadows Becoming Popular In PhillyChelsea Ingram reports.
Nature In Worst Shape In Human History, United Nations WarnsScientists blame over-development by humans, saying it could threaten food and water security.
South Jersey Power Plant To Shut Down After More Than 50 Years Of ServiceCleve Bryan reports.
Pollen Can Damage Your Car, Expert SaysTree pollen is currently at extreme levels, experts warn.
Natural Gas Pipeline Company Gets OK To Begin Taking Property, Compensating LandownersPenn East's proposed pipeline runs roughly 120 miles.
New Jersey Attorney General Suing Polluters Who Target Poor CommunitiesCleve Bryan reports.

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