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FDA Sends Warning Letter To Dollar Tree About Potentially Selling Unsafe DrugsDollar Tree says the items referenced in the letter are topical, not ingestible products.
ACLU: New Jersey Marijuana Arrests Jump About 35% In 4 YearsMarijuana-related arrests in New Jersey jumped about 35% over a four-year period ending in 2017, according to a report released Friday by the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey. Katie Johnston reports.
PATCO Relaunching Revised Overnight SchedulePATCO will relaunch its new overnight schedule that was previously canceled after community backlash with some revisions. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Teacher Suspended As Authorities Investigate Alleged Shooting Comment To Students In ClassOfficials have suspended a middle school teacher in Pennsylvania while authorities investigate if the teacher told his class that he wished he could shoot a person to have quiet in his class. Katie Johnston reports.
Cases Of Whooping Cough Reported At 4 East Penn School District SchoolsCases of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, have been reported in the East Penn School District. Katie Johnston reports.
13-Year-Old Middle School Student In Vineland Accused Of Putting Toilet Water In Another Child’s Water BottleVineland police say a middle school student poured toilet water into another child’s water bottle. Police say the child drank from the bottle. Katie Johnston reports.
Former Correctional Officer Admits Smuggling Drugs To Federal Prison InmatesA former corrections officer has admitted smuggling drugs and other contraband to inmates at a federal prison in return for cash bribes. Katie Johnston reports.
South Jersey Mobster Sentenced For Staging Robbery, Drug DistributionA man who authorities say is a member of a southern New Jersey/Philadelphia crime family has been sentenced to nearly 13 years in prison for possessing drugs and staging a robbery at a pawnshop. Katie Johnston reports.
Rutgers Warning Of Aggressive Coyote That Bit Man Near CampusRutgers University officials in New Jersey are warning students there may be an aggressive coyote in the area that bit someone walking near campus. The university’s police department posted on Facebook Thursday evening that they are investigating. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Asking For Public’s Help Identifying Suspect Who Robbed Holmesburg Gas Station At GunpointPhiladelphia police are asking the public for help in identifying a suspect who robbed a gas station in the city’s Holmesburg section. Katie Johnston reports.
Reports Of Suspicious Odor Throughout PhiladelphiaThe Philadelphia Fire Department is investigating the source of a suspicious odor after receiving several calls about the smell in parts of the city. It’s been described to PG&W as a “sulfur” and “sewage” type of odor. Katie Johnston reports.
62-Year-Old Woman's Arm Broken During Assault In Rivers Casino Philadelphia Parking LotPhiladelphia police are searching for a female suspect who broke the arm of a 62-year-old woman during an assault in the parking lot of Rivers Casino Philadelphia. Police say the assault took place on Sept. 22, around 11:30 p.m. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Who Traveled To New Jersey To Have Sex With ‘Child’ Gets 20-Year Prison SentenceA Massachusetts man who traveled to New Jersey to have sex with someone he thought was an 8-year-old girl has been sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison. Katie Johnston reports.
Thanksgiving 2019: AAA Expecting Second-Highest Travel Volume On RecordWith Thanksgiving rapidly approaching, that means holiday travel is here too — and it’s expected to be even busier than usual. Katie Johnston reports.
Penn Cancels Remainder Of Women’s Volleyball Season After Vulgar, Offensive Posters Found In Locker RoomThe University of Pennsylvania has canceled the remainder of the women’s volleyball season after they say “vulgar, offensive, and disrespectful” posters were found in the locker rooms earlier this week. Katie Johnston reports.
Nolan Carroll On Philadelphia Eagles, Carson Wentz, Malcolm JenkinsThe former Eagles cornerback talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about his time with the Eagles, why he thinks Carson Wentz is the key for Philly and his memories of playing with Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long.
New Jersey Man Who Illegally Bought Tiger Skin Rug Gets One Day In Jail, Authorities SayThe U.S. attorney’s office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania said Wednesday that 62-year-old Loren Varga was also sentenced to two years’ of supervised release and is required to pay a $1,500 fine. Katie Johnston reports.
Medical Marijuana Sales In Pennsylvania Top $500 MillionPennsylvania’s medical marijuana program has passed a half-billion dollars in sales since it began dispensing the drug nearly two years ago. Katie Johnston reports.
World War II Vet Asks For Cards For 102nd Birthday And Gets Over 1,000The staff at his care facility asked him what he wanted for his 102 birthday, and now over 1,000 cards have come in from all over the world. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Shot Multiple Times, Dies In West PhiladelphiaGun violence continues to plague the streets of Philadelphia. Katie Johnston reports.
65-Year-Old Woman Hospitalized After Shot In Ankle In West PhiladelphiaA 65-year-old woman was shot in broad daylight in the Overbrook section of West Philadelphia on Wednesday morning. The shooting happened on the 5200 block of Harlan Street, shortly before 10:30 a.m. Katie Johnston reports.
An Idling Reminder For New Jersey Residents As Arctic Blast Hits RegionAs an arctic blast hits the region, a reminder for New Jersey residents: you have three minutes to warm up your car or else you'll be ticketed. Idling is prohibited in the state and can lead to fines costing you hundreds of dollars. Katie Johnston reports.
AP Sources: FBI Eyes How Pennsylvania Approved Mariner East PipelinesThe FBI is investigating how Gov. Tom Wolf's administration came to issue permits for construction on a multibillion-dollar pipeline to carry natural gas liquids across Pennsylvania. Katie Johnston reports.
Police: 2 Suspects Break Into Middle Child Deli, Steal Jar Of Change In Center CityTwo men smashed the glass on the front door of a deli and stole a jar of change in Center City, police say. The robbery happened at the Middle Child Deli on the 200 block of South 11th Street on Nov. 11 around 1 a.m. Katie Johnston reports.

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