Landscaper Dies After Mower Slides Into Creek, Overturns At Pennsylvania Retirement CommunityAuthorities say the co-owner of a landscaping company died when his mower slid into a creek and overturned while he was working at a retirement community in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey's Black Bear Hunt Gets Underway For ArchersThe hunt for black bears is getting underway in the Garden State. Katie Johnston reports.
Court: Eagles Not Liable For Injuries Cowboys Fan Suffered After Being Jumped In Lincoln Financial Field BathroomPatrick Pearson now walks with a limp and suffers continuing leg pain because of the December 2014 attack during the Eagles-Cowboys game at Lincoln Financial Field. Katie Johnston reports.
Vikings-Eagles Preview: Can Kirk Cousins Overcome His Bad Record Against Good Teams?Sportsline senior analyst Larry Hartstein breaks down the Week 6 NFL matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings. Hartstein discusses why despite a career record well below .500 against quality teams he believes Kirk Cousins will lead the Vikings to victory.
Anti-Semitic Fliers Left On Several Vehicles Parked Outside Evesham Township RestaurantPolice are investigating anti-Semitic fliers that were found on several vehicles parked outside an Evesham Township restaurant. Katie Johnston reports.
‘I Know The City’: Former Pitcher Curt Schilling Reportedly Interested In Becoming Next Phillies ManagerWe know at least one person who wants to replace Gabe Kapler as Phillies manager: Curt Schilling. USA Today’s Bob Nightengale reports the former Phillies pitcher would like to interview for the position. Katie Johnston reports.
Health Officials Warning Passengers Of Measles Exposure At Philadelphia International Airportnyone who visited the Philadelphia International Airport last week may have been exposed to the measles, health officials announced Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Uber To Launch ‘Uber Pet’ Option In PhiladelphiaNon-service animals will soon be allowed on Uber rides. The ridesharing company announced Wednesday it’s piloting “Uber Pet” and Philadelphia will be one of the first seven cities in the country where the option will be tested. Katie Johnston reports.
Prosecutors: Man Baked Cookies For 97-Year-Old Bedridden Woman, Adult Son Before Killing ThemAuthorities allege that a man baked cookies and took them to the home of a 97-year-old bedridden woman before killing her and her adult son and setting fire to their Northampton County, Pennsylvania home earlier this year. Katie Johnston reports.
South Jersey Women Charged For Cheating At Church Bingo, Investigators SayPolice in New Jersey say a church bingo night went awry after an allegation that two players had taped a called number onto their card to claim a bingo win. Katie Johnston reports.
Princeton University Professor Wins Nobel Prize In Physics For Exploring Evolution Of UniverseA Canadian-American cosmologist from Princeton University and two Swiss scientists won this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics on Tuesday for exploring the evolution of the universe and discovering a new kind of planet, with implications for that nagging question: Does life exist only on Earth? Katie Johnston reports.
CEO: Dick's Sporting Goods Destroys $5 Million Worth Of WeaponsDick's Sporting Goods has destroyed $5 million of the chain's gun inventory, its CEO said. After finding out that Dick's had sold the Parkland shooter a shotgun, CEO Edward Stack decided last year the company would no longer sell firearm to anyone under 21. Katie Johnston reports.
Hatboro Fifth-Grader Raises More Than $2,000 For Local Fire DepartmentsHatboro’s mayor presented a proclamation to Crooked Billet-Hallowell Elementary School student Kevin Greenberg on Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Police: Man Arrested For Attempting To Lure 10-Year-Old Girl Walking With MotherPolice say a suspect has been arrested after attempting to lure a 10-year-old girl in Northeast Philadelphia. The incident happened Monday around 6:30 p.m. on the 1400 block of Cottman Avenue. Katie Johnston reports.
Coyote Attacks Reported In New Jersey ParkAuthorities say a woman and a dog were injured in separate coyote attacks in a New Jersey park. Katie Johnston reports.
Philadelphia Man Dead, 1 Wounded In Shooting Near Shippensburg UniversityPennsylvania State police say a shooting near a college in southern Pennsylvania has left a Philadelphia man dead and another wounded. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Confirms First Vaping-Related DeathHealth officials say the state has nine confirmed cases of lung disease and 12 probable cases.
Delaware Man Charged After Regularly Criticizing Wilmington Council President, Officials At Public MeetingsThe council president of Delaware’s biggest city is pressing criminal charges against a man who regularly criticizes her and other officials at public meetings. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Looking For Group Of Boys Accused Of Abusing Kitten In LakewoodLakewood Police are looking for a group of boys accused of abusing a kitten. Doctors say the kitten suffered a broken rib and irritation to his anus. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Groom-To-Be Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Wedding GuestPennsylvania State Police say a groom-to-be sexually assaulted one of his guests two days before his wedding last month in Fayette County. Katie Johnston reports.
Feds Seize Nearly $162,000 Worth Of Mislabeled Baby FormulaU.S. Customs and Border Protection customs agents in Philadelphia seized nearly $162,000 worth of mislabeled baby formula. Katie Johnston reports.
'I Can't Find My Daughter': Officials Release Mother's 911 Call Reporting Dulce Maria Alavez MissingThe Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office has released the 911 call when the mother of 5-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez reported her daughter's disappearance from a park in Bridgeton. Dulce has now been missing for over two weeks. Katie Johnston reports.
Whole Foods Recalls Dorset Cheese Sold In New Jersey Stores Over Potential Listeria ContaminationWhole Foods stores in the Northeast, including New Jersey, are recalling cheese over listeria concerns. Katie Johnston reports.
Report: Amazon Planning To Open Grocery Store In PhiladelphiaAmazon looks to be moving forward with opening grocery stores in the United States, including in Philadelphia, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. Katie Johnston reports.

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