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Pa.'s Sheetz Celebrates Milestone

The Pennsylvania-based Sheetz convenience store chain is looking to double its store total after opening its 500th location. »

NJ Drugmaker Grants Free License to HIV Medicine

Drugmaker Merck has granted a free license allowing one of its HIV medicines to be made and sold inexpensively for use in young children in poor countries hard hit by the AIDS virus. »


Bitter Cold Causing Produce Shortage

Some area grocery stores may be short on fruits and vegetables because the bitter cold winter is effecting the supply and demand. »

2 Philly Restaurants Land on Outstanding List

Two Philadelphia restaurants have been listed among GQ magazine's 25 Most Outstanding Restaurants of 2015. »


Southwest Airlines Grounding Lifted

Federal aviation officials announced that Southwest airlines will be alllowed to continue flying planes that the airline previously failed to conduct safety inspections on as long as they get their back-up... »


Flourtown Farmer's Market on the Move

Members of the Springfield Township community, is celebrating their victory to keep a farmers market from leaving town. »

Penn State Arena Wants to Serve Booze

Penn State is asking the state Liquor Control Board for a license to sell beer and wine at the Bryce Jordan Center. »


Pipeline Construction Set to Begin in April

The Transco pipeline will stretch from Pennsylvania to New Jersey and heat about 2 million homes. »

Alaska Becomes 3rd State to Legalize Marijuana

A ballot measure approved by Alaska voters to legalize the recreational use of marijuana took effect on Tuesday. Adults 21 and older are now allowed to possess up to an ounce of pot and up to six plants. Smoking »

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FCC's Net Neutrality Ruling

FCC's Net Neutrality Ruling

The Federal Communications Commission ruled internet service providers cannot give faster service based on how much customers are willing to pay. NBC10's Harry Hairston has the details.

FCC's Net Neutrality Regulations

FCC's Net Neutrality Regulations

The FCC has agreed to impose strict regulations aimed at enforcing what is called "net neutrality." Internet providers will be prohibited from granting faster access to companies that pay for the privilege.

"Spring Forward": Apple Watch Expected at March Event

"Spring Forward": Apple Watch Expected at March Event

Could it be time for the Apple Watch's big debut? In its typical mysterious style, Apple announced on Thursday it will hold a “special event” on March 9, in San Francisco. While the Cupertino company didn't...

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