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Monday, Sep 19, 2011

Quick-Thinking 12-Year-Old Saves Lives

Quick-Thinking 12-Year-Old Saves Lives

Eryk Bondarchuk from Essington, Pa. is just 12 years old but the boy is being hailed as a hero for saving the lives of Bill Dunn and a group of kids.

Thursday, Sep 15, 2011

Philly Teacher Makes Music Despite Meager Budget

Philly Teacher Makes Music Despite Meager Budget

Jay Chuong gets only a $100 budget to teach music at seven different Philly schools but the 24-year-old teacher's resourcefulness and ingenuity was able to grab the attention of Pres. Barack Obama.

Friday, Sep 2, 2011

Extraordinary Hero Served With Heart in Afghanistan

Extraordinary Hero Served With Heart in Afghanistan

U.S. Army 1st Lt. Avi Behar's last year in Afghanistan was less about fighting and more about the Afghans. He was awarded the Bronze Star for it. He recently returned to a yellow ribbon homecoming.

Saturday, Jul 30, 2011

What the Tour de Shore Means

What the Tour de Shore Means

Patrick Liney from Irish Pub Children's Charities talks about what the Tour de Shore bike ride does for kids in the region.

Saturday, Jul 30, 2011

A World-Record Worthy Pizza Man?

A World-Record Worthy Pizza Man?

Kensington's Brian "Brain" Dwyer loves pizza so much that it might earn him a Guinness World Record.

Friday, Jul 29, 2011

Girl With a Thousand Shoes, 1 Big Heart

Girl With a Thousand Shoes, 1 Big Heart

The inspiring story of a 10-year-old Voorhees, N.J. girl who has more than a thousand pairs of shoes and one giving heart. NBC10's Marisa Brahney has the inspirational story of Eden Eskaros.

Saturday, Jul 23, 2011

Softball for a Cause in Strawberry Mansion

Softball for a Cause in Strawberry Mansion

Derrick Ford from the Strawberry Mansion Athletic Association and Philly Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers talk about the upcoming softball game between coaches and firefighters. This year's game carries even...

Friday, Jul 22, 2011

Old Homes Go Green

Old Homes Go Green

Greg Lingo from Cornell Homes gives you a tour of a green home that is a century old.

Friday, Jul 22, 2011

Kids Grow as Their Garden Grows

Kids Grow as Their Garden Grows

Teens at an Teens 4 Good urban farm at 8th and Poplar are growing vegetables and confidence for their summer vacation.

Tuesday, Jul 19, 2011

Camden Kids Get to Try Out a Hot Air Balloon

Camden Kids Get to Try Out a Hot Air Balloon

Kids from Camden's Summer Rec Program got an up close look at one of the hot air balloons being featured in the upcoming 29th Annual Quick Check NJ Festival of Ballooning.

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Less Slot Revenue Means Less Jobs, More Taxes: Pa. Mayor

Less Slot Revenue Means Less Jobs, More Taxes: Pa. Mayor

A suburban Philadelphia mayor says his township could see police layoffs or higher taxes if stops receiving the millions of dollars it gets from Parx Casino.

2 Van Gogh Paintings Recovered After 14 Years

2 Van Gogh Paintings Recovered After 14 Years

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam says anti-Mafia police in Naples, Italy, have recovered two Van Gogh paintings stolen in 2002. The museum said in a statement on its website Friday the paintings are in...

Dad Snaps, Goes on Stabbing Spree Before Being Killed by PD

Dad Snaps, Goes on Stabbing Spree Before Being Killed by PD

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Don’t Let Chronic Allergies Hold Your Child Back in School

Don’t Let Chronic Allergies Hold Your Child Back in School

Chronic allergies make it hard for children to focus in the classroom and even attend school; visit an allergy specialist to get them the relief they need to succeed

Grammy Award-Winning Producer Mario Winans Guilty of Tax Evasion

Grammy Award-Winning Producer Mario Winans Guilty of Tax Evasion

Mario Winans, a singer-songwriter and producer who worked for artists including P. Diddy and Mary J. Blige, plead guilty to tax evasion in court. The Fort Lee native owes the IRS over $400,000.

'Black Moon' to Rise Friday; Isn't Sign of World Ending

'Black Moon' to Rise Friday; Isn't Sign of World Ending

Sky-watchers have seen a harvest moon, the rare super blood moon total eclipse and now a new lunar event is on the horizon. On Sept. 30, the “black moon” will rise in the sky, but catching a glimpse of...