Pennsylvania Prepares To Launch Coronavirus-Tracing App Next MonthPennsylvania plans to launch a coronavirus exposure-notification app in early September in an effort to more quickly break chains of transmission by using the new technology to notify people who may have been exposed, officials said Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Faces Felony Murder Count In Atlantic City Hotel SlayingAuthorities have made an arrest in the fatal shooting of a man at an Atlantic City hotel last week. Keshawn Faulkner, 22, of Atlantic City, faces charges of felony murder, robbery and a weapons offense in the death of Wayne Brown, 25, according to the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office. Katie Johnston reports
CBS3 Pet Project: Why You Should Keep Your Dogs From Eating MushroomsCarol Erickson joins Eyewitness News.
Philadelphia Won't Send Kids To Nonprofit Where 41 Children Were Reportedly Sexually AbusedPhiladelphia has stopped sending local children to facilities operated by a nonprofit health organization where at least 41 intellectually disabled children have reported sexual assaults over the past quarter-century. Katie Johnston reports.
Ford Recalls Midsize SUVs To Fix Possible Brake Fluid LeaksFord is recalling more than 558,000 midsize SUVs in North America because the brakes may not work properly. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson Returns To Team After Bout With CoronavirusEagles coach Doug Pederson has returned to the team after missing less than two weeks because of the coronavirus. Pederson said he stayed engaged with the team virtually and watched practices on video while quarantining at home. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Phil Murphy Clears Way For Some New Jersey Schools To Begin Academic Year OnlineGovernor Phil Murphy signed an executive order Wednesday officially clearing both public and nonpublic pre-K through 12 schools and colleges and universities to reopen for the upcoming academic year, but students may choose to continue remote learning. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Supreme Court To Rule On Law Authorizing $10B In DebtNew Jersey's Supreme Court is scheduled to issue an opinion Wednesday on whether a new state law letting the governor borrow nearly $10 billion to shore up the budget can stand. Katie Johnston reports.
Jewish Museum's ‘Yo Semite’ T-Shirt Sales Skyrocket After President Trump’s BlunderA museum in Philadelphia is seeing sales for a t-shirt skyrocket after a recent blooper by President Trump. Boosted by Trump mispronouncing the name of Yosemite National Park, the National Museum of American Jewish History has seen sales for a t-shirt with the saying "Yo Semite" skyrocket. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Schools To Get More State Virus Analysis To Guide ReopeningUnder pressure to give schools more health guidance about how to safely reopen, Gov. Tom Wolf's administration said Monday that it will provide recommendations to school districts based on the local rate of transmission of the coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
Big Ten And Pac-12 Expected To Cancel Football Season This Fall Over COVID-19 ConcernsCollege football fans are left wondering if there will be a season... After reports the Big Ten and Pac-12 are cancelling fall football. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Public League To Suspend High School Sports Until January 2021The Philadelphia Public League is suspending all interscholastic high school sports until January 2021. Katie Johnston reports.
2 Injured After Small Explosion In Chester County, Fire Officials ConfirmCrews were called to the 500 block of Bailey Crossroads Road in Atglen, just after 10 a.m. Katie Johnston reports.
Pet Project: Stress Can Be Reason Why Cats May Not Want To Use Litter BoxCarol Erickson joins CBS3 for this week's Pet Project.
Pet Project: Stress Can Be Reason Why Cats May Not Want To Use Litter BoxCarol Erickson joins CBS3 for this week's Pet Project.
Hasbro Removing Trolls Doll From Stores; Petition Says Button Is Inappropriately PlacedPawtucket, Rhode Island-based Hasbro says it is pulling a Trolls doll from store shelves after a petition with over 250,000 signatures accused the toymaker of promoting child abuse by placing a button on the doll's "private area under her skirt." Katie Johnston reports.
Police Confirm Body Of Missing 5-Year-Old Eliza Talal Found In Fischer’s Park In Towamencin TownshipOfficials say a community member found Eliza Talal’s body adjacent to a creek in Fischer’s Park around 10:40 a.m. Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Looking To Identify Woman Whose Remains Were Found In Plastic Container In South PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia police need help identifying a woman whose decomposing body was found last month inside a plastic container in the city's Grays Ferry neighborhood. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Tom Wolf's Education Head Takes New Job As Pennsylvania Schools Grapple With Reopening PlansPennsylvania's education secretary announced Tuesday he will be leaving the job to take another position, as schools throughout the state are scrambling to develop and implement pandemic reopening plans. Katie Johnston reports.
Center City Wawa On Broad Street Permanently Closing Following COVID-19 ShutdownA popular Center City Wawa store is closing its doors for good. Officials tell Eyewitness News the Wawa store on Broad and Walnut Streets will permanently shut down following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Man Gets 20 Years For Threatening To 'Put A Bullet' In Trump, ProsecutorA northeastern Pennsylvania man who was convicted of threatening President Donald Trump and a district attorney has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. Katie Johnston reports.
All Activity At Citizens Bank Park Canceled Until Further Notice After Two Phillies Staff Members Test Positive For CoronavirusAll activity at Citizens Bank Park has been canceled "until further notice" after two staff members tested positive for the coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
Report: Phillies To Play Doubleheader Saturday Against Toronto Blue Jays, No Game Friday NightThe Philadelphia Phillies will have to wait until at least Saturday to return to the field. The Atheltic's Ken Rosenthal reports the Phillies are now scheduled to play a doubleheader on Saturday against the Toronto Blue Jays instead of playing on Friday night. Katie Johnston reports.
Report: Phillies Manager Doesn’t Think Team Would Be Comfortable Playing If Opposing Player Tests Positive For COVID-19Philadelphia Phillies Manager Joe Girardi does not think the team would be comfortable playing if they are exposed to another situation where an opposing player tests positive for the coronavirus prior to first pitch. Katie Johnston reports.

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