Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was unwittingly tricked into trolling the Republican candidate who is running for governor in Montana. Christie joined Cameo where he's paid $200 to provide personalized video messages. Katie Johnston reports.

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Chris Christie Tricked Into Trolling Montana Republican Gubernatorial Candidate On CameoFormer New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was unwittingly tricked into trolling the Republican candidate who is running for governor in Montana. Christie joined Cameo where he's paid $200 to provide personalized video messages. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Police: Man Fires Several Shots At Driver Following Argument In Point BreezePhiladelphia police are trying to track down a man wanted for a shooting in broad daylight in the city's Point Breeze neighborhood. Katie Johnston reports.
Former Pennsylvania Police Officer Acquitted On Sex Assault AllegationsAn ex-Wilkes-Barre police officer accused of using his badge to sexually assault eight women while on duty has been acquitted on all counts. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS3 Pet Project: Bonding With Your PetAnimal advocate Carol Erickson shares some ways you can bond with your pet.
Massachusetts Man Admits To Intentionally Crashing Stolen Bakery Truck Into New Jersey Planned Parenthood ClinicA Massachusetts man has admitted he intentionally crashed a stolen truck into a Planned Parenthood clinic in Essex County, New Jersey, injuring two patients and a staff member. Geoff Petrulis reports.
$1 Million-Winning Pennsylvania Lottery Scratch-Off Sold At GIANT Food Stores In Bucks CountySomeone in Bucks County is $1 million richer. A $1 million-winning Extreme Cash Scratch-Off was sold at GIANT Food Stores in Quakertown. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Former SEPTA Police Sergeant Charged In Alleged Baton Attack On Protesters During Protests On May 30A former transit police sergeant accused of hitting two protesters with his baton became on Thursday the third Philadelphia officer to be charged with assault and related offenses stemming from demonstrations against police brutality after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Geoff Petrulis reports.
New Lawsuit Challenges Pennsylvania's Court-Ordered Deadline To Count Mail-in Ballots Received Up To 3 Days After ElectionA new lawsuit filed Thursday is challenging Pennsylvania's court-ordered deadline to count mail-in ballots that are received up to three days after the Nov. 3 election in the presidential battleground state. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Chris Christie Urges Americans To Wear Masks, Says They Are 'Not A Partisan Or Cultural Symbol'After contracting COVID-19 and spending seven days in a hospital's ICU, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wrote Wednesday that mask wearing is not a "partisan or cultural symbol," urging Americans to wear one to guard against the coronavirus. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Ari Goldstein, Former Temple University Fraternity President, Sentenced Up To 7 Years In Prison For Attempted Sex AssaultThe former president of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity at Temple University has been sentenced to 3½-to-seven years in state prison for the attempted sexual assault of a female student in his bedroom during a frat house party. Katie Johnston reports.
Burlington County Prosecutors: Kwacey Owens Charged With First-Degree Murder In Shooting Death Of Willingboro ManAuthorities say 29-year-old Kwacey Owens, of Willingboro, has been charged with first-degree murder and other related charges in Barry Barino’s shooting death. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Gov. Murphy To Self-Quarantine After Contact Tests Positive For COVID-19The governor said he has no symptoms and last tested negative on Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Bill Cosby's Newest Mugshot Trending On Social MediaBill Cosby’s latest mugshot is trending on social media. The 83-year-old convicted felon appears to be smiling in his latest mugshot made available to the public. Katie Johnston reports.
FedEx Critically Wounded After Shooting In PhiladelphiaA FedEx delivery driver was critically wounded in a shooting in the Queen Village section of Philadelphia on Tuesday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Officials Confirm First COVID-19 Positive Cat In StateThe cat had presented a mild respiratory illness in early October. Due to respiratory distress, the cat was euthanized. Katie Johnston reports.
215-Gallon Oil Spill Discovered At Delaware BeachAn approximately 215-gallon oil spill has been discovered at a Delaware beach. The spill from an unknown source spanned three-quarters of a mile of upper Delaware Bay coastline, depositing much of the oil that came ashore in the sand at Broadkill Beach. Katie Johnston reports.
Several Local Colleges, Universities Among Top 10 Best In PennsylvaniaSeveral colleges and universities in the Philadelphia region are among the top 10 in Pennsylvania, according to WalletHub's 2021’s Best College & University Rankings report. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS3 Pet Project: What It Means When Your Dog, Cat Gets The 'Zoomies'Carol Erickson joins CBS3 for this week's Pet Project.
New Jersey Shatters Its Own Sports Betting Record In SeptemberNew Jersey’s fast-growing sports betting market blew past its own national record in September, taking in more than $748 million in bets from sports gamblers finally able to wager on football amid the coronavirus outbreak. Katie Johnston reports.
Halted For Coronavirus, Live Poker To Resume Soon In Atlantic CityPoker is coming back to Atlantic City, with a few tweaks to accommodate the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Talks On Critical Election Legislation In Pennsylvania Stall Between Gov. Wolf, Legislature's House GOP MajorityClosed-door talks on legislation seen as crucial to producing a prompt election result in the presidential battleground state of Pennsylvania appeared stuck Thursday between the Democratic governor and the Legislature's House Republican majority. Katie Johnston reports.
Burlington County Authorities Investigating After Woman Found Dead Inside HomeA 61-year-old woman was found bludgeoned and stabbed to death inside of her Burlington home on Wednesday afternoon. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Union Sues Philadelphia Over Public Hearing OrdinanceUnion leaders said when the ordinance passed and reiterated Wednesday that the ordinance targets the police union by not requiring any other public employees union to hold the same hearings. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Jumps To Seventh Spot On List Of 'Rattiest Cities' In USRats! Philadelphia is getting "rattier." The City of Brotherly Love has jumped to the No. 7 spot on Orkin's annual "Top 50 Rattiest Cities" list. Katie Johnston reports.

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