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Tuesday, Jun 28, 2011

Paranormal Challenge - Pennhurst

Paranormal Challenge - Pennhurst

Paranormal investigators from Quest Paranormal Society talk about their upcoming Travel Channel TV episode that features the infamous Pennhurst State Hospital.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Vote for "Miss Pennsylvania"

Vote for "Miss Pennsylvania"

Miss Pennsylvania Amber-Joi Watkins talks about her hopes for the Miss USA competition.Vote for Amber-Joi now

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Honoring Fallen Comrades

Honoring Fallen Comrades

After a difficult tour in Afghanistan, Air Force Lt. Col. Sally Stenton returned to her hometown of Cherry Hill, just in time for Memorial Day.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Life Lessons Through Rugby

Life Lessons Through Rugby

Non-profit Delaware Rugby Foundation provides a healthy outlet for local youth so the can stay in shape and learn some life lessons.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

All-Girls Camp Makes Math, Science Fun

All-Girls Camp Makes Math, Science Fun

Jeweled Youth Summer Camp in the Poconos tries to fill the gap that schools can't provide, by building self-esteem while making math and science fun. They're still accepting girls ages 10 yo 15 for...

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Golf for a Good Cause

Golf for a Good Cause

Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri-Ferman talks about the 2nd Annual Rachel and Troy Foundation Golf Outing to raise awareness and money to support victims of domestic abuse and child abuse.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Ask the Meteorologist: Tornados, Warmth, More

Ask the Meteorologist: Tornados, Warmth, More

Meteorologist Michelle Grossman hits the streets to answer regular people's weather questions.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

The Man Behind "The Philadelphia Song"

The Man Behind "The Philadelphia Song"

Meet Bob Pearlstein, the senior citizen who loves Philly so much he wrote a song about the City of Brotherly Love. It's aptly called "The Philadelphia Song."

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Philadelphia Song

Philadelphia Song

The city of Philadelphia may soon have an "official" song. Lifelong resident Bob Pearlstein, 78, is in talks with the Mayor to turn his dream into a reality.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The Chicken Runs at Midnight

The Chicken Runs at Midnight

John Canuso from the Canuso Foundation in Haddonfield, N.J. explains what the Chicken Runs at Midnight fundraiser is all about and how the foundation helps improve the lives of children and families affected...

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What are the Most Instagram-Popular Spots in PA, NJ, DE?

What are the Most Instagram-Popular Spots in PA, NJ, DE?

Here are the most iconic, geo-tagged spots in Pennsylvania and its neighboring states.

'Somebody Took Him': Mother of Teen Killed in Robbery Speaks

'Somebody Took Him': Mother of Teen Killed in Robbery Speaks

The mother of a 14-year-old Philadelphia boy gunned down during an apparent robbery this week opened up for the first time about her son's death Friday night.

Vetri, Zahav Headline 5 Local Spots on OpenTable's Top 100

Vetri, Zahav Headline 5 Local Spots on OpenTable's Top 100

Five restaurants in the region, including three in Philadelphia and two in South Jersey, made a prominent foodie website's list of best in the country.

Trump's Lead Narrows, But Change Not Expected

Trump's Lead Narrows, But Change Not Expected

With a fight being waged over whether a statewide recount will take place in Pennsylvania, President-elect Donald Trump's lead in the commonwealth narrowed by some 22,000 votes as counties continued to...

At least 9 Dead, 25 Missing in Oakland Warehouse Fire

At least 9 Dead, 25 Missing in Oakland Warehouse Fire

Fire officials say nine people were killed, and 25 others are unaccounted for after a fire broke out at a warehouse in Oakland late Friday night. The fire started on the 1300 block of 31st Avenue at about 11:24...

4 Catholic Colleges Vow Support for Undocumented Students

4 Catholic Colleges Vow Support for Undocumented Students

Four Philadelphia-area universities have joined Catholic institutions in support of DACA students' rights to education. "We're not an immigration service," one official said.