How Your Cat's Belly Plays A Vital Role In Their HealthPennsylvania SPCA animal advocate Carol Erickson talks about cats and their primordial pouch in this week’s Pet Project.
Colony Meadery Partners With Philly-Area Animal Shelters To Help Find Forever HomesAn Allentown meadery has partnered with two Philadelphia-area animal shelters to help find forever homes for dogs and cats. The Colony Meadery has linked up with the Brandywine Valley SPCA and Providence Animal Center to sell cans featuring adoptable pets. Katie Johnston reports.
Police: Pennsylvania Couple Locked Two Teens In Bedroom For More Than 10 HoursA man and woman from Lansford, Carbon County are accused of locking two teenagers in a bedroom. Police say Shawn Murphy and Geri Lynn Survis locked Survis’ 13-year-old child and an 18-year-old woman in a bedroom for more than 10 hours. Katie Johnston reports.
West Virginia University Student From New Jersey Shot, Killed At University-Run Apartment Complex Near CampusA West Virginia University student from Clementon, New Jersey was shot and killed at a university-run apartment complex in Morgantown on Friday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Forced To Swim To Shore After Pickup Truck Submerged In Ocean In WildwoodA man had to swim to shore after his pickup truck was submerged in the ocean in Wildwood on Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Police: 12-Year-Old Boy Charged After Stealing Delivery Driver’s Vehicle, Running From Police In New Castle CountyA 12-year-old boy has been charged after Wilmington police say he stole a Chinese food delivery driver’s vehicle and drove it around an apartment complex, before fleeing from officers. Katie Johnston reports.
Mike Folmer, Former Pennsylvania State Senator, Pleads Guilty In Child Porn CaseA former Pennsylvania state lawmaker charged last fall with possession of child pornography pleaded guilty Thursday. Katie Johnston reports.
Soda Tax Had Little Impact On What Philadelphians Are Drinking, Drexel University Researchers FindA new study from Drexel University found the soda tax has had very little effect on what Philadelphia residents are drinking. Katie Johnston reports.
Erika James Becomes First Woman, Person Of Color Named Dean At Wharton SchoolFor the first time in Wharton School’s history, a woman and person of color will be its leader. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Pleads Guilty In Hit-And-Run That Killed 15-Year-Old Boy In LakewoodThe boy was pronounced dead at the scene, while his father was treated for an elbow injury. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Searching For Man Who Set Fires Inside South Philly Day CarePolice are searching for a man caught on camera setting several fires inside a South Philadelphia day care. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Inmate Seeks End To Solitary Confinement Over Refusal To Cut DreadlocksAn inmate awaiting trial in a shooting case wants a federal judge to release him from solitary confinement in a Lebanon County jail, where he has been confined for more than a year because he refuses to cut dreadlocks that hold religious significance for him. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Arrested For Allegedly Threatening To Shoot Children Outside Springfield Township SchoolAuthorities have arrested a man accused of threatening to shoot school children outside a Montgomery County school. Katie Johnston reports.
Officials: Man Arrested For Filming Women In Bathroom Stalls At New Jersey Barnes & NobleA man was arrested last week for allegedly filming two women in the bathroom stalls at a Barnes & Noble store in Clifton, Passaic County. Juan Mejia, 44, faces two counts of invasion of privacy in the third degree, the Passaic County Prosecutor's Office said in a news release. Katie Johnston reports.
Police: Two People Found Shot To Death In Delaware Parking LotAuthorities in Delaware say two people found dead in a Kent County parking lot over the weekend were shot to death. Katie Johnston reports.
How Music Can Help Keep Your Dog CalmPennsylvania SPCA animal advocate Carol Erickson talks about musical choices impact on your dog's behavior in this week’s Pet Project.
Man Charged For Murder In Fatal Shooting Of 10-Year-Old Boy At Pleasantville High School Football Game Pleads Not GuiltyA 31-year-old Atlantic City man accused of firing a gun into the crowded bleachers at a high school football game last year, killing 10-year-old Micah Tennant, pleaded not guilty Thursday to murder and other charges. Curtis Silva reports.
Astros Name Barred By Pennsylvania Little Leagues Near WilliamsportJust 60 miles east of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, in Luzerne County, one Little League director is sending a clear message to his 4,000 players about the Houston Astros and their sign-stealing scam. Curtis Silva reports.
Another Catholic Diocese Seeks Bankruptcy After Abuse DealsThe Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, six months after disclosing it had paid millions of dollars to people sexually abused as children by its clerics. Curtis Silva reports.
Whitney Houston Hologram Tour Set To Kick-off In EuropeWhitney Houston is about to appear on the concert stage again. Eight years after the New Jersey native’s death, a holographic Houston will embark on a European tour. Curtis Silva reports.
Southwest Philadelphia Wawa Sells Pennsylvania Lottery Scratch-Off Ticket Worth $3 MillionA scratch-off ticket worth $3 million was sold at a Wawa in Southwest Philadelphia. Curtis Silva reports.
Police Searching For Suspects After Fireworks Thrown Out Onto Home's Front Lawn In BrooklawnAuthorities in Brooklawn, New Jersey are looking for the people responsible for throwing fireworks onto a home’s lawn and sparking a small fire. The incident happened on Feb. 15. Katie Johnston reports.
27-Year-Old DHL Delivery Driver Charged With Raping 15-Year-Old GirlDelaware State Police have charged a 27-year-old man with raping a 15-year-old girl. Police say Robert A. Peal, of Townsend, is a driver for DHL and contacted the 15-year-old victim after delivering a package to her residence in Sparrow Run last October. Katie Johnston reports.
Judge To Hear Arguments Over Philadelphia's Voting MachinesThe hearing in federal court could help determine how 17% of Pennsylvania’s registered voters cast ballots in the April 28 primary election, as well as in November. Katie Johnston reports.

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