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Pennsylvania Health Secretary Concerned Some COVID-19 Patients Suffering From Long-Term EffectsLevine called on lawmakers to protect insurance coverage for preexisting conditions.
49-Year-Old Mother Dies Attempting To Rescue Children From Ocean At North Wildwood BeachA 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman died trying to rescue her three children from the ocean at the Jersey Shore. Crews responded to a water rescue at 18th Street and the beach in North Wildwood on Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Delaware Governor Says State Has Lost Ground On Key COVID-19 MetricThe metric showed that it's not safe to open all schools just yet.
Sudden Increase Of COVID-19 Cases Among ChildrenStephanie Stahl reports.
New Jersey Gov. Murphy Signs $32.7 Billion Budget Taxing Millionaires, BusinessesIt sends billions of dollars to the state’s school districts and millions to transit, makes a nearly $5 billion public pension payment, and sets aside more than $2 billion in a rainy day fund. Katie Johnston reports.
Smaller Than Usual Crowd Rallies For Gun Rights On Steps Of Pennsylvania's CapitolA smaller than usual crowd of a few hundred people rallied for gun rights on the steps of Pennsylvania's Capitol on Tuesday, an annual event that also was attended by a few dozen state lawmakers. Katie Johnston reports.
Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban Reaches Out To Former St. Joseph's University Star Delonte West To Get Him HelpDallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban told ESPN that he picked up former NBA and St. Joseph's University star Delonte West at a Dallas gas station Monday and is working with West's family and friends in an attempt to get the 37-year-old's life back on track. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Warning COVID-19 Causing Long-Term Health ConsequencesIt's happened at the same time Obamacare is facing a Supreme Court challenge.
New Jersey Secures More Than 2 Million Coronavirus Rapid TestsGov. Phil Murphy made the announcement during Monday's press conference.
Pennsylvania-Based Hospital Company Says Computer Networks Knocked OfflineUniversal Health Services, a major hospital chain operating in the U.S. and Britain, says its computer networks have been knocked offline by an unspecified “security issue.” Katie Johnston reports.
Atlantic City Police Investigating After Man Falls To Death Inside Hard Rock Hotel & CasinoPolice in Atlantic City say a 30-year-old man is dead after falling from the second floor from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. According to police, officers responded to the scene around 4:10 a.m. Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
'Pronounced Increase In Mail Delays': Federal Judge In Philadelphia Orders Halt To Recent US Postal Service CutsA federal judge in Philadelphia joined others Monday in ordering a halt to recent Postal Service cuts that critics say are causing mail delays and threatening the integrity of the presidential election. Katie Johnston reports.
Murphy Signs Law Exempting Combat Pay From New Jersey Income TaxNew Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday signed bipartisan legislation exempting combat pay earned by members of the military from the state income tax. Katie Johnston reports.
Police: Pennsylvania Man Angry Over Text From Mother Repeatedly Stabs HerA Blair County man repeatedly stabbed his mother after she sent him a text message telling him to grow up and get a job, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Continues To See Increase In COVID-19 CasesStephanie Stahl reports.
President Trump rallies flout virus rules, Pennsylvania governor warnsWolf criticized Trump and asked the Republican president to ensure Saturday’s rally abides by guidance designed to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
Fan Seriously Hurt By Stage Diver At Asbury Park Punk Music Festival Wins $2 Million SettlementA New Hampshire man who suffered serious spinal injuries when a stage diver landed on his head during a concert in New Jersey has reached a $2 million settlement with the show’s organizer. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Passes Budget That Hikes Taxes On Rich, Offers $500 RebatesNew Jersey lawmakers on Thursday passed a $32.7 billion budget, hiking taxes on millionaires and businesses and authorizing borrowing of up to $4.5 billion to avoid painful cuts stemming from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Vows To Veto Bill To Loosen Pandemic Restrictions On Bars, RestaurantsBill would permit bars and restaurants to increase operating capacity beyond 50%.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, Dr. Anthony Fauci Hold Facebook Live ChatStephanie Stahl reports.
US Attorney's Office Says Small Number Of Mail-In Military Ballots Cast For President Trump Discarded In Luzerne CountyFederal authorities in Pennsylvania say nine military ballots cast for President Donald Trump were discarded in Luzerne County. Katie Johnston reports.
USPS Defends On Claims That Service Cuts Slowing Mail, Threatening Presidential Election IntegrityLawyers for the U.S. Postal Service were in court Thursday to defend accusations that service cuts are slowing down the mail and threatening the integrity of the presidential election. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Lawmakers Pass Plastic, Paper Carryout Bag BanSingle-use plastic and paper bags, as well as Styrofoam containers would be banned in New Jersey under legislation that passed the Democrat-led Legislature Thursday. Katie Johnston reports.
Bengals-Eagles Preview: Can Philly Get Back On Track Against The Bengals?Sportsline senior NFL analyst Larry Hartstein looks at the Week 3 matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles. He explains why this week could be a turnaround week for the Birds. Katie Johnston reports.

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