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Uber, Lyft Make $44M Since Becoming Legal in Pa.

Uber, Lyft Make $44M Since Becoming Legal in Pa.

Tax revenue data released from the School District of Philadelphia shows ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft have brought in more than $44 million in their first two months of legal operation in the city. »

Rutgers Turns Away Job-Seeking Students for Wrong Clothes
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Rutgers Turns Away Job-Seeking Students for Wrong Clothes

New Jersey university's business school apologizes for rejecting students from job fair. »

A Brew With Your Shorti: Pa. Wawa Begins Selling Beer

A Brew With Your Shorti: Pa. Wawa Begins Selling Beer

A Delaware County Wawa reopened Thursday with new features such as restaurant-style seating and a beer cave. The newly renovated store along Naamans Creek Road in Chadds Ford is the first Wawa in Pennsylvania to... »

NBC10 Responds: Bills Continue for Canceled Service
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NBC10 Responds: Bills Continue for Canceled Service

NBC10’s Harry Hairston and the NBC10 Responds Team help a woman who canceled her security service after she moved, but the bills wouldn’t stop coming. »

Prisoner Sues Philly Company for Lack of Kosher Options

Prisoner Sues Philly Company for Lack of Kosher Options

A Tennessee inmate has filed a lawsuit claiming the food he has to eat in prison doesn't meet kosher standards. »

Greek Food Truck Gets Approval to Travel

Greek Food Truck Gets Approval to Travel

A family-owned food truck — a co-owner of which had skin in the culinary game at the Jersey Shore for years — have gotten the OK to prepare food and finally hit the road with spanakopita, pastichio and... »

Lego Version of Iconic Boathouse Row Coming to Montco

Lego Version of Iconic Boathouse Row Coming to Montco

A popular and historic Philadelphia site will be featured in the upcoming Legoland Discovery Center in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, and it will be featured, unsurprisingly, in Lego style. »

In California's 'Pot Alley,' Agriculture Pivots to Marijuana
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In California's 'Pot Alley,' Agriculture Pivots to Marijuana

California's Salinas Valley is referred to as the "salad bowl of the nation," best described in iconic pages when John Steinbeck, American author and son of the Monterey County community, put pen to paper... »

Merck Halts Study of Experimental Alzheimer's Treatment

Merck Halts Study of Experimental Alzheimer's Treatment

Merck & Co. Inc. said it is stopping mid-stage clinical testing of an experimental treatment for mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s disease. »