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Del. Casinos Eye Financial Relief

An industry group representing Delaware's three casinos is asking state lawmakers to revise revenue sharing models so that the casinos can remain profitable amid increasingly intense competition from casinos in... »

FDA Approves Meningitis Vaccine Used at Princeton

Federal health regulators have approved the first vaccine to block a strain of bacteria that has caused sometimes deadly outbreaks of meningitis in college dormitories -- a vaccine that a New Jersey... »

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Prince Music Theater Closing

The famed Prince Music Theater will close soon. Shows will continue until the end of November. »

Gas Prices Spur Big Bike Commuter Jump: Study

The number of travelers commuting into Center City saw a large increase from two years ago due to high gas prices and Philadelphia's population growth, according to a study released by Center City District. »

US Sues Gerber Over Allergy Claims

US government regulators announced Thursday they were suing Gerber, the well-known baby food maker, for claiming that its Good Start Gentle formula can prevent or reduce allergies in children. »

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Pressure on Air Bag Maker to Speed Up Recalls

The United States government regulators are putting pressure on Takata automotive parts company to speed up production of parts needed to make nearly 8 million air bag repairs. »

Local College Produces the Most Billionaires

More billionaires studied for their undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania than any other institution. In fact, 25 billionaires studied at Penn, the most of any school, according to a new report.... »

Abington, Jefferson to Sign Letter of Intent to Merge

Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Health System and Abington Health signed a letter of intent Wednesday afternoon to merge, a marriage that would create the region's largest health care provider. »

Verizon Closing Pennsylvania Call Center

Verizon says it's closing a northwest Pennsylvania call center and expects to eliminate 117 operator jobs amid a sharp decrease in directory assistance calls. »

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Sexting Scandal at Bucks County High School

Sexting Scandal at Bucks County High School

A Bucks County school district alerted police and disciplined students after allegations of students sexting came to light.

University "Breeding Team" Creates New Apple From Honeycrisp

University "Breeding Team" Creates New Apple From Honeycrisp

The Honeycrisp apple was created by the University of Minnesota's apple breeding team in the 1950s and released to the masses in 1991.

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