Coronavirus Latest: Visitors To Delaware State Parks Required To Bring MasksVisitors to Delaware state parks and wildlife areas are now required to bring face masks with them to enter, the state’s natural resources department announced Thursday. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Police: 6 Men Wanted For Attacking East Germantown Fresh Grocer Employee In Parking LotPhiladelphia police are looking to identify a group of men they say assaulted an employee at an East Germantown supermarket. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey COVID-19 Update: April 30, 2020Gov. Murphy speaks after visiting White House.
Takeout With Tori: Breakfast Favorites, Chinese With Philly Twist Now Readily AvailableVittoria Woodill reports.
COVID-19 Pandemic Forces Cancellation Of Little League World Series For First TimeFor the first time in nearly 75 years, there will be no Little League World Series. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of the Little League World Series for the first time. Katie Johnston reports.
Where Do Pennsylvania, New Jersey And Delaware Rank Among Biggest Increases In Unemployment?In the last month-and-a-half, over 30 million Americans have found themselves either furloughed or laid off by their employers. Katie Johnston reports.
Where Do Pennsylvania, New Jersey And Delaware Rank Among Biggest Increases In Unemployment?In the last month-and-a-half, over 30 million Americans have found themselves either furloughed or laid off by their employers. Katie Johnston reports.
Bucks County Garden Center Surprises Mother Of Author Maureen Johnson With Hot Meals, GroceriesA Bucks County family got quite the surprise when a garden center delivered them hot meals and groceries. Katie Johnston reports.
State Lawmaker Warns Food Supply Chain Could 'Potentially Fail' In PennsylvaniaCustomers may be buying in bulk out of fear. After the coronavirus pandemic threatened the nation’s food supply chain, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to compel meat processing plants to stay open. Katie Johnston reports.
Nursing Homes Account For 65% Of COVID-19 Deaths In PennsylvaniaCOVID-19 has killed hundreds more Pennsylvania nursing home residents than was previously known, state health officials reported Wednesday, underscoring the threat at long-term care facilities that have struggled for weeks to contain the coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
Maple Shade Man Admits Fatally Shooting Neighbor's Therapy DogA man who fatally shot his neighbor’s therapy dog last year has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.
Cat Recovering At Providence Animal Center After Shot With ArrowA cat is recovering after it was shot with an arrow in Darby over the weekend. Katie Johnston reports.
Phillies Launching Virtual ‘Storytime With The Phillie Phanatic’ On InstagramPhillies fans can now enjoy story time with their favorite mascot. The Philadelphia Phillies are launching a weekly “Storytime with the Phillie Phanatic” beginning Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Police Department Throws Social Distance-Approved Pizza PartyOfficers from the Westampton Township Police Department partnered with three restaurants to deliver 275 pizzas to community members on Saturday. That’s about $2,000 in baked pie. Katie Johnston reports.
Casinos Considering Major Changes Focusing On Safety Once They ReopenThe coronavirus could be a literal game changer once America’s casinos reopen. Many decisions remain to be made. Katie Johnston reports.
Delaware State Fair Still Scheduled To Go On Despite Canceling ConcertsThe Delaware State Fair has canceled it’s 2020 concert series due to coronavirus safety concerns, but the fair is still scheduled to go on. Katie Johnston reports.
Rehoboth Beach Removes Benches To Stop GatheringsDozens of public benches were hauled away from a popular beachside boardwalk in Delaware after town officials said too many people continued to gather and violate social distancing orders. Katie Johnston reports.
Poultry Farmers In Delaware, Maryland Forced To Euthanize 2 Million Chickens Amid PandemicTwo million chickens on several farms in Delaware and Maryland will be “depopulated” — meaning humanely killed — due to a lack of employees at chicken processing plants, according to a statement from Delmarva Poultry Industry Inc. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Twin Sisters Accepted To 5 Ivy League SchoolsA set of fraternal twin sisters from New Jersey has been accepted to five Ivy League universities. Katie Johnston reports.
Atlantic City Police: 29-Year-Old Man Arrested After Setting Van On Fire, Threatening Owner Because Of His EthnicityAtlantic City police arrested a 29-year-old man after he set a parked van on fire and threatened the owner because of his ethnicity. Katie Johnston reports.
Termini Bros. Bakery To Reopen In Stages Following Pandemic ShutdownJanelle Burrell reports.
Body Of Boater Who Went Missing Amid Storms FoundAuthorities have found the body of a man who went missing after taking his rowboat into a southern New Jersey waterway shortly before strong storms swept through the area this week. Katie Johnston reports.
Search Suspended For New Jersey Boater Who Went Missing As Storms HitThe Coast Guard has suspended its search for a man who went missing after taking his rowboat into a southern New Jersey waterway shortly before strong storms swept through the area this week. Katie Johnston reports.
Another 4.4 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment Benefits Last WeekFor the fifth week in a row, millions of American workers applied for unemployment benefits, seeking financial relief as businesses remained closed during the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.

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