Philadelphia School District Says Employee In Self-Quarantine After Coming Into Contact With COVID-19 PatientThe School District of Philadelphia says an employee is currently under self-quarantine after coming into contact with a person who has the coronavirus. Katie Johnston reports.
Presumed Positive Coronavirus Cases In Montgomery County Rises To 13, Pennsylvania Total Climbs To 21Stephanie Stahl reports.
Officials: Providence Township Police Officer Tests Presumed Positive For COVID-19Dan Koob reports.
More Than 117,000 Cases Of Coronavirus Confirmed Worldwide, Number Expected To GrowThe World Health Organization has declared a pandemic.
Fear Over COVID-19 Prompting More Area Schools To CloseTrang Do has the latest.
Penn State University Moves To Remote Learning Due To Coronavirus ConcernsPenn State University is moving all of its classes online beginning on Monday due to coronavirus concerns. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Announces 9th Presumed Positive Coronavirus Case In Montgomery County, Brings State Total To 15The additional presumed positive cases include two residents from Bucks County and one from Montgomery County.
Delaware Lawmakers Eye Ban On Cashless StoresSome state lawmakers say that if you do business in Delaware, you need to accept cash. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Woman Sentenced For Keeping Sri Lankan National As ‘Slave’A woman has been sentenced to nearly six years in prison for forcing a Sri Lankan national to work for her for nine years without pay and even marry her so her employee could stay in the country. Katie Johnston reports.
West Chester University Moves To Remote Learning For Remainder Of Spring Semester Due To Coronavirus ConcernsWest Chester University announced Tuesday that it has decided to move to remote learning for the rest of the spring semester due to coronavirus concerns. Katie Johnston reports.
Germantown Academy Student Tests Presumptive Positive For CoronavirusAlecia Reid reports.
Officials Allowing Thousands Of Cruise Ship Passengers Back On US Soil After Coronavirus Cases On BoardTrang Do reports.
Health Officials Announce 5th Presumed Positive Coronavirus Case In Montgomery CountyThe adult patient is in the hospital at the University of Pennsylvania in critical condition.
$1 Million-Winning Pennsylvania Lottery Scratch-Off Ticket Sold In Bucks CountyA $1 million-winning $1,000,000 Riches Scratch-Off ticket was sold in Bucks County. Katie Johnston reports.
Over Dozen Horses Killed When Fire Erupts At Berks County Training FacilityFifteen horses were killed when a fire destroyed a barn at a horse training facility in Berks County, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.
No Bull Training Teams Up With Autism Cares For Special Workout ClassPat Gallen reports.
New Jersey's First Coronavirus Patient Speaks OutJames Cai is warning others to take coronavirus seriously.
'No Bull Training' In Huntingdon Valley Is Using Positive, Friendly TrainingPat Gallen reports.
Lancaster County Man Sentenced For Threatening To Post Lewd Photos Of Teenage Co-Worker On Social MediaA Pennsylvania man who threatened to post lewd photos of a teenage co-worker on social media after she stopped talking to him is now headed to state prison. Katie Johnston reports.
$1 Million Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 Ticket Sold In PhiladelphiaSomeone in our area is $1 million richer after a jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 ticket was sold in Philadelphia. Katie Johnston reports.
Camden County Officials: 3 People Kidnap Man From North Jersey, Force Him To Withdraw MoneyThree people are accused of kidnapping a man from North Jersey and driving him to three banks to withdraw money. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus Causing Widespread Disruption As Officials Investigate Presumptive Case In New JerseyStephanie Stahl reports.
Authorities: New Jersey Woman Fatally Beat Male Roommate With Tape Dispenser, Shower Rod During DisputeA woman fatally beat her male roommate with a tape dispenser, a shower rod and other items during a dispute inside their Ocean County home last month, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey College Cancels Out-Of-State Travel For Athletic Teams Over Coronavirus ConcernsA New Jersey college has canceled out-of-state travel for its athletic teams over coronavirus concerns. Katie Johnston reports.

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