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Local Businesses Speak Out Against Philly Soda Tax

Local Businesses Speak Out Against Philly Soda Tax

The new soda tax in Philadelphia has local businesses in Philadelphia speaking out. Rosemary Connors has more with the developing story.

54 minutes ago

Medical Workers Quitting at Prison in Delaware Following Deadly Inmate Uprising

Medical Workers Quitting at Prison in Delaware Following Deadly Inmate Uprising

More than two dozen medical workers have quit at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Delaware weeks after an inmate uprising led to the death of a correctional officer.

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Stockton University Student Uses Mirrors to Speak on Trump’s Immigration Policy

Stockton University Student Uses Mirrors to Speak on Trump’s Immigration Policy

A Stockton University student stuck decals with messages on restroom mirrors to express her political frustrations. NBC10 Jersey Shore Bureau Reporter Ted Greenberg has the story.

5 hours ago

Transgender Students at Philly Public Schools Still Protected

Transgender Students at Philly Public Schools Still Protected

Despite the Trump administration's decision to lift federal guidelines instructing schools to allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms based on their gender identities, officials say transgender students in Philly public schools will still be protected. NBC10's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the details.

6 hours ago

Bristol Borough Wins $500K in Small Business Contest

Bristol Borough Wins $500K in Small Business Contest

The small town of Bristol, Pennsylvania banded together to win a nationwide small business contest. The town now has $500,000 to invest. NBC10's Deanna Durante has more on the exciting feat.

6 hours ago

Local Supporters Push to Save ACA

Local Supporters Push to Save ACA

One in every six adults in Philadelphia relies on Obamacare. Supporters made another push to protect it on Wednesday. NBC10’s Denise Nakano has the details.

6 hours ago

Delaware Works to Become More Bike Friendly

Delaware Works to Become More Bike Friendly

With increased biking in Delaware, the state is working to be more accommodating to cyclists. NBC 10's Tim Furlong has more details.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 02:06 PM EST

Breaking Ground in More Ways Than One

Breaking Ground in More Ways Than One

NBC10 continues our Black History Month Celebration with a story about the leader of one of the most sought after construction firms in Delaware. NBC10’s Erin Coleman tells us how Angelo Perryman is breaking down barriers one project at a time.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 01:59 PM EST

Actoin Wellness to Host Annual 'Glamsino Royale' to Battle HIV/AIDS

Actoin Wellness to Host Annual 'Glamsino Royale' to Battle HIV/AIDS

Part of a Center City hotel will transform into a Glitzy Casino on Thursday, and it’s all for a good cause. Executive Director of Action Wellness Kevin Burns is in the NBC10 studios to tell us more about “Glamsino Royale”.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 02:00 PM EST

Wednesday's Child: Keandre

Wednesday's Child: Keandre

This week’s Wednesday’s Child is a young man who gets good grades and enjoys playing sports and is searching for a forever family. NBC10’a Vai Sikahema introduces us to Keandre. To adopt any Wednesday's Child call 1-866-DO-ADOPT.

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