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.
CBS3 Pet Project: Study Finds Children Are More Comfortable Reading To Dogs Because They Are Less JudgmentalCarol Erickson joins CBS3 for this week's Pet Project.
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.
How Old Is Your Dog In Human Years?Animal advocate Carol Erickson joins Eyewitness News.
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.
Officials: Sicklerville Homeowner Charged For Hosting ‘For-Profit’ Pool Party With 300 Unmasked GuestsA New Jersey homeowner has been charged after hosting a large pool party that officials say was “for-profit” with unmasked guests. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey State Police Pursuits Are Up 50% So Far This YearTraffic pursuits by the New Jersey State Police are up 50% compared with last year and are on pace to be the highest on record, state police superintendent Col. Pat Callahan said Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Surveillance Video: Suspect Sought In July Murder Of Man In East Mount AiryPhiladelphia police are searching for a suspect wanted in the murder of a 32-year-old man in the city’s East Mount Airy section. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Accepts $10 Million Grant For Ambitious Election PlanPhiladelphia on Thursday accepted a $10 million grant to help it advance an ambitious election plan to buy counting equipment and spread satellite election offices and secure drop boxes around the city to absorb growing demand for voting by mail in November’s presidential election. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey, PECO Sending Employees To Texas To Help Repair Damages From Hurricane LauraThey are going to make several stops before arriving in Texas and are prepared to assist local area residents whose power may have been impacted by the storm. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Gyms Allowed To Reopen At 25% Capacity On Sept. 1, Masks Will Be RequiredGood news for gym rats in the Garden State! Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday morning gyms in New Jersey will be allowed to reopen on Sept. 1. Katie Johnston reports.
TSA Rescues Wedding Dress Left At Newark Liberty International Airport CheckpointTransportation Security Administration employees saved a bride’s big day after her wedding dress was left behind at an airport security checkpoint. Katie Johnston reports.
Delaware Police Arrest 2 Women Related To MAGA Hat TheftDelaware police have arrested two women who confronted supporters of President Donald Trump last week in Wilmington, Delaware, and allegedly took signs and a “Make America Great Again” baseball cap. Katie Johnston reports.
Zoom Videoconferencing Platform Reporting Widespread OutageZoom, the video conferencing app that's become a go-to for many stuck at home during the pandemic, is down in some parts of the world. In the United States, the problem seems to be affecting those in the East Coast. Katie Johnston reports.
How To Deal With The Non-Food Things Pets Love To EatCarol Erickson joins Eyewitness News.
Republican-Sponsored Bill On School Sports Clears Pennsylvania House CommitteeRepublican-sponsored legislation that would give Pennsylvania school districts the final say over whether to hold sports and other activities during the pandemic cleared a House committee Thursday, one day before the governing body for interscholastic sports was to decide the fate of the fall season. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Announces Plans For Fall High School Sports SeasonThe agency that oversees high school sports in New Jersey has decided that indoor fall sports will be delayed until early next year, but outdoor sports will start their seasons in about a month. Katie Johnston reports.
ALDI Issues Voluntary Recall Of Peaches Sold In Tri-State Area Linked To Salmonella OutbreakThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating a salmonella outbreak affecting 68 people in nine states that could be linked to tainted peaches. Katie Johnston reports.
Trump Re-Election Campaign Sues New Jersey To Stop Vote-By-Mail PlanPresident Donald Trump’s re-election campaign has sued New Jersey in a bid to stop the state’s plans to conduct the general election mostly by mail. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania State Police: Two Lanes On I-95 Closed After Man Fatally Struck By VehicleTwo lanes on Interstate I-95 northbound are closed after a man was fatally struck by a vehicle Wednesday. Pennsylvania State Troopers responded to the accident on I-95 Northbound, mile marker 29.7, near the Cottman Avenue on-ramp just after 6 a.m. Katie Johnston reports.
New York Couple Charged In Violent Attack Of 17-Year-Old Sesame Place Employee Who Reminded Them To Wear MasksA New York couple has been charged in the violent attack of a 17-year-old employee at the Sesame Place amusement park in Langhorne earlier this month. Katie Johnston reports.

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