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Lawmakers Try to Privatize Pa. Liquor

For the second time in two years, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Thursday sent a proposal to privatize the operations of much of the state-controlled wine and liquor store system, but it faces... »

KFC to Serve Edible Coffee Cups in U.K.

Chicken lovers in the United Kingdom have a new treat to try -- edible coffee cups that will be served at KFC restaurants. »

Conference Focuses on More Jobs for Young People

Gov. Jack Markell is representing Delaware at a national conference focused on creating more job and career opportunities for young people »

Pa.'s Sheetz Celebrates Milestone

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


Lights, Camera, Blossom! Films Inspire Philly Flower Show

Floral and garden designers are paying homage to Disney and Pixar films at the Philadelphia Flower Show, which opens Saturday with the theme "Celebrate the Movies." »

Rutgers Employees in the $1M a Year Club

A new study of salaries at Rutgers University finds that 17 employees, including 14 doctors and three athletic coaches, have salaries over $1 million per year. »


Liquor License Granted to Pennsylvania Supermarket

A Delaware County Wegmans scheduled to open in September will be allowed to open a pub. »


Lawmakers Consider Liquor Privatization

Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering another proposal to privatize the operations of much of the state-run wine and liquor store system. »


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... »

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Googleplex Expansion Worries Google's Silicon Valley Hometown

Googleplex Expansion Worries Google's Silicon Valley Hometown

New expansion plans for Google headquarters, known as the Googleplex, has the city of Mountain View in a tough position as city leaders try to accommodate their biggest corporate taxpayer as well as non-Google...

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....

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