Owners Charged In Death Of Dog Left Out In Nearly 100-Degree Heat On Balcony Face Up To 5 Years In Prison
The owners of a dog that died last summer after it was left outside in nearly 100-degree heat for several hours have been indicted on animal cruelty charges. Matt Yurus reports.

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Pennsylvania College Hazing Report Shows Pledges Forced To Lick Toes, Eat Expired Food, And Jump Into RiverPennsylvania colleges and universities began posting online reports Tuesday on documented cases of hazing over the past five years, from forced drinking and toe-licking to the dunking of students in ice water, as required by a law passed as a result of the 2017 death of a Penn State fraternity pledge. Matt Yurus reports.
Chocolate Works Better Than Cough Syrup, Says StudyHave a nagging cough that won’t go away? You may want to try eating some chocolate. Matt Yurus reports.
Peeps Offering Behind-The-Scenes Factory Tour ContestPeeps is opening its factory door to one lucky person and three friends! Gilma Avalos reports.
Eagles Fan Attacks Girlfriend, Puts Dog In Microwave After Argument Following Playoff Loss, Say PoliceAn Eagles fan is accused of attacking her girlfriend and putting their dog in the microwave after an argument over the Eagles losing the playoff game to the New Orleans Saints, say police. Gilma Avalos reports.
Taco Bell Testing New Menu With More Vegetarian OptionsTaco Bell will unveil their limited time vegetarian and vegan items.
Philadelphia Wings Announcer Apologizes For 'Let's Snip The Pony Tail' Remark Directed Toward Native American PlayerA public address announcer has apologized for a remark about a Native American player during a lacrosse game that he and the team called "insensitive," with both team and league vowing disciplinary action. Ken Molestina reports.

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