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Briefly... CITY/REGION

Briefly... CITY/REGION

1 dead after early-morning crash A crash in West Oak Lane left a man dead early yesterday, police said. It happened just before 2 a.m. at the intersection of Old York Road and 71st Street, according to Officer Leeloni Palmiero, a police spokeswoman. A taxi traveling "at a high rate of speed" on Old York Road struck the passenger side of a sedan driven by a 39-year-old man as he was turning, Palmiero said.
Young marchers call for doubling mi...

Young marchers call for doubling minimum wage

About 50 students, activists and labor leaders marched to call for an increase in the state minimum wage.
City's Vietnam memorial opens up

City's Vietnam memorial opens up

A long-planned project to make the memorial more inviting is well underway, but in need of donations.
Group fighting to preserve district...

Group fighting to preserve district for Steel

A May 1 vote will determine if Steel Elementary remains a district-run school or a charter.
Source: Armored-car bandits 'same g...

Source: Armored-car bandits 'same guys' from earlier heist

The two men who stole thousands from an armored car Thursday also robbed another armored car in October.
Call him Mr. Easter and get ready t...

Call him Mr. Easter and get ready to hop

Henri David, Philadelphia's famed jeweler/bon vivant/LGBT advocate, will be the guy leading a bunny-hopping procession.

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Threat Forces Emergency Landing

Threat Forces Emergency Landing

A plane from Ireland is making an emergency landing in Philadelphia after a bomb threat, according to Philadelphia police.Photo Credit: Getty Images
NBC10 Forecast: Possible Showers

NBC10 Forecast: Possible Showers

NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Bill Henley has the forecast
Worker Falls at Court Construction ...

Worker Falls at Court Construction Site

A construction worker was rushed to the hospital after falling this morning while on the job at a Center City site.Photo Credit: SkyForce10
In Case You Missed It: Yesterday's ...

In Case You Missed It: Yesterday's Top Stories

Here's some of yesterday's top stories.Photo Credit: Eric Schmadel - Tribune-Review
Man Shot, Killed While Sitting on H...

Man Shot, Killed While Sitting on His Steps

A gunman opened fire on a man as he sat in front of his home overnight.Photo Credit: NBC10
Sarah Celebrates a Birthday

Sarah Celebrates a Birthday

Lung-transplant recipient Sarah Murnaghan celebrates another milestone as her siblings join her today as the girl who fought to receive an adult lung transplant celebrates her 11th birthday.Photo Credit: Facebook.com

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Police Find Truck Driver From Hit &...

Police Find Truck Driver From Hit & Run

A school bus and a tractor trailer were involved in an accident on the I-95 northbound near Front Street in South Philadelphia.

Baby Hitler's Parents Lose Custody

Baby Hitler's Parents Lose Custody

The couple who made national news after naming their baby Adolf Hitler has lost custody of their four children,  three of which are named in honor of the Nazis.

Storms Moving Into Area Tonight

Storms Moving Into Area Tonight

It may be dry through most of the day, but expect storms at night. There's better news for the weekend.

Neshaminy Teachers To Strike Again

Neshaminy Teachers To Strike Again

It's back to the picket line for teachers in the Neshaminy School District in Bucks County.

SEPTA Worker Targeted For A Hit?

SEPTA Worker Targeted For A Hit?

 Was a SEPTA worker targeted for a hit? That's what cops are trying to figure out.

 

Priest-Abuse Case May Go To Jury Fr...

Priest-Abuse Case May Go To Jury Friday

Deliberations could begin Friday for the jury in a landmark clergy sex abuse case involving two priests in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

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Suspects named in parking attendant...

Suspects named in parking attendant brick assault

Philadelphia police are looking for a man and woman wanted for the brutal assault on a Center City parking lot attendant.
FBI: 'Silent Bandit' arrested in th...

FBI: 'Silent Bandit' arrested in the Poconos

A man charged with robbing a bank in the Poconos is under FBI investigation for a series of bank robberies perpetrated by a suspect known as the "Silent Bandit."
Man struck, killed by SEPTA bus in ...

Man struck, killed by SEPTA bus in North Philadelphia

A man was struck and killed by a SEPTA shuttle bus on Friday morning in North Philadelphia.
4 Phila. police officers assaulted ...

4 Phila. police officers assaulted in 2 overnight incidents

Two separate incidents at bars in Philadelphia ended up landing four police officers in the hospital early Friday morning.
Delaware executes convicted killer ...

Delaware executes convicted killer Shannon Johnson

He was executed after a flurry of last-minute appeals were made to try to save his life.
Casino carjack suspects called 'evi...

Casino carjack suspects called 'evil pinballs'

The prosecutor in the Atlantic City casino carjack murder case calls a couple accused of the killing "evil pinballs."

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Hear Philly: Philadelphia Looks To ...

Hear Philly: Philadelphia Looks To Make History With World's Largest Bar Crawl

The largest bar crawl ever officially took place last year in Kansas, drawing 4,885 people.

Monongahela to host Italians throug...

Monongahela to host Italians through sister city partnership

Monongahela Area Historical Society President Susan Bowers is shown with a photo of her Italian immigrant grandparents, Francesco and Marguerite Corbelli.

Jocelyn Kirsch back in Philly priso...

Jocelyn Kirsch back in Philly prison

Right now, she's holed up in a prison cell at the Federal Detention Center at 7th and Arch streets in Center City, across from the federal courthouse, where she has a date before a magistrate judge on Monday.

How one student thrives at troubled...

How one student thrives at troubled Philly school

Gionna Hawkins is 14, a smart young lady with serious goals and a detailed plan for pulling them off - class president, then internships, college and law school.

'1971' shows analog precursor to NS...

'1971' shows analog precursor to NSA scandal

A trove of government documents reveals widespread domestic surveillance of Americans.

Coast Guard searching Delaware Rive...

Coast Guard searching Delaware River near Philadelphia for man ejected from watercraft

Personnel with the United States Coast Guard are currently searching the Delaware River for a man who was reportedly ejected from his personal watercraft Friday afternoon.

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