• The Lineup Oct 20

    Simmons-less Season Opener for 76ers: The Lineup

    Ben Simmons’ latest stunt has him kicked out of practice and suspended for the Sixers’ season opener. Plus, a potential SEPTA strike could slow in-person learning, Joe Biden brings his Build Back Better plan push to Pennsylvania and could Facebook actually change its name? This is The Lineup for Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021.

  • The Lineup Oct 14

    Waiting on COVID Booster Shot Decision: The Lineup

    Will booster shots of more COVID-19 vaccines soon be available to more people? The FDA is also questioning some results shared by Johnson & Johnson about its booster. Plus, a revolt inside a Philadelphia prison, a building ablaze collapses on camera and new music from Adele. This is The Lineup for Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021.

  • Wild Weather Oct 13

    Nation Deals With Wild, Unseasonal Weather

    Snow and tornadoes in October? Will the Philly region be next to see unseasonal weather? NBC10’s Keith Jones gets answers from the experts.

  • The Lineup Oct 13

    Pushing to Pick Up the Pace, Clear Shipping Backlog: The Lineup

    The global shipping problem could cause big problems for your holiday shopping. President Joe Biden is meeting with industry leaders to hopefully get shipping back on track. Plus, the reopening for U.S. land borders to vaccinated people, protests over the University of Delaware’s response to a domestic incident and plans for a dinosaur park in New Jersey. This is The...

  • The Lineup Oct 12

    Ben's Back; Sixers' Simmons Saga Takes Surprising Turn: The Lineup

    Ben Simmons is back in Philadelphia, a source confirms to NBC Sports Philadelphia, so what happens now? Once he takes the court for the Sixers at the Wells Fargo Center, a new fan code of conduct will be in place. Plus, fraud allegations against Delaware’s attorney general, West Nile worries as mosquito season continues and uncertainty over the next Golden...

  • The Lineup Oct 11

    Columbus Controversy on Indigenous Peoples' Day: The Lineup

    The battle over Christopher Columbus’ legacy is playing out around the statue in South Philadelphia as the city celebrates its first official Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Also, travelers frustrated by Southwest Airlines cancelations, Merck seeks approval for COVID-19 pill and an update to Nintendo Switch. Plus, who really broke up the Beatles? This is The Lineup for Monday, Oct. 11, 2021.

  • The Lineup Oct 5

    Powerful Philly Union Boss Goes on Trial: The Lineup

    Powerful electrical union boss Johnny “Doc” Dougherty and Philadelphia Councilman Bobby Henon go on trial in a federal corruption trial. Plus, the father of a Philadelphia hospital nursing assistant gunned down at work speaks out, video shows a miraculous near-miss through several lanes of traffic and a woman looks to reunite a family with its memories. This is The Lineup...

  • The Lineup Oct 4

    Hospital Worker Killed, Suspected Gunman Shoots Police Officers: The Lineup

    Two Philadelphia police officers trying to track down a suspect believed to have shot and killed a coworker inside Thomas Jefferson University Hospital were shot. Randy Gyllenhaal and Brandon Hudson have details from Center City and Fairmount Park. Plus, car chaos on Center City streets as drivers do “donuts” and drift, a fiery scare on a flight at Atlantic City...

  • The Lineup Oct 1

    Bring Your Own, Philly's Plastic Bag Ban in Effect: The Lineup

    Going shopping in Philadelphia? Bring a bag. The city’s plastic bag ban is now in effect. Three of the several people shot in the latest flurry of Philadelphia’s gun violence are children. Mayor Jim Kenney gave NBC10 his thoughts on the gun violence crisis. Plus, a first-of-its-kind COVID-19 treatment pill, a push to make outdoor dining in Philly permanent and...

  • The Lineup Sep 30

    Clock Ticking to Avoid a Government Shutdown: The Lineup

    All eyes are on Washington, D.C. ahead of a midnight deadline to avert a government shutdown. Lower Merion is the latest area school district warning parents of a potential bus driver shortage. Plus, a Philly man catches an alligator in a trash can, the Free Britney movement claims a win and a new way to ensure you get the best...

  • Keith Jones Sep 29

    On the Verge of a Government Shutdown: The Lineup

    Two major political battles are playing out in Washington, D.C., as a government shutdown looms. The jabs and jeers fly at the first New Jersey governor’s race debate. Plus, COVID shots could be coming for younger children, a push for snow plow truck drivers and where you can get free coffee. This is The Lineup for Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021.

  • decision 2021 Sep 29

    Murphy, Ciattarelli Spar on Vaccines, Masks, Taxes in NJ Governor's Race Debate

    New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy and Republican Jack Ciattarelli sparred in an at-times testy and raucous debate Tuesday in the first of two meetings in this year’s campaign for governor.

  • The Lineup Sep 28

    Leadership Change Coming for Philly Schools: The Lineup

    Dr. William Hite is leaving his post as superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia at the end of the school year. What challenges will his replacement face? Plus, the latest on COVID-19, an ugly loss for the Eagles in Dallas, Ben Simmons’ standoff with the Philadelphia 76ers and a big move for Gopuff. This is The Lineup for Tuesday,...

  • The Lineup Sep 24

    More Americans Than Expected Approved for Boosters: The Lineup

    Millions of Americans are now eligible for shots of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine — more than originally expected after a surprise move by the CDC director. A major retailer is scaling back holiday hiring by offering more opportunities to current workers. Plus, ready for a scare? Philly’s favorite Halloween attraction is back, but different. And, grab your “Homer Hat” Phillies fans!...

  • The Lineup Sep 23

    Getting Paid to Take Your Kids to School: The Lineup

    Camden is the latest local school district looking to pay parents to take their own children to school. We are expecting some heavy downpours and severe storms. And, bring more than a tent to the Firefly Music Festival – they are requiring proof of vaccine or a negative COVID test to attend the Delaware event. This is The Lineup for...

  • The Lineup Sep 21

    Developments in the Race to Vaccinate: The Lineup

    Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine is safe in children between ages 5 to 11. The vaccine news comes as Johnson & Johnson releases data on a booster of its one-shot vaccine. A Wilmington neighborhood is distraught over a deadly fire. Plus, are you feeling lucky? Lottery Jackpots keep growing. And, the National Dog Show is returning to our area. This...

  • The Lineup Sep 15

    Be Your Own Bus Driver, Make Cash: The Lineup

    The School District of Philadelphia is offering hundreds, even thousands, of dollars to parents willing to drive their own kids. In Pennsylvania, data show that the vast majority of COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations are among the unvaccinated. Plus, a $104 million toll problem on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, remembering Norm Macdonald and a Britney Spears social media change. This is...

  • The Lineup Sep 14

    Back to Virtual Learning as COVID Closes Classrooms: The Lineup

    Students at two Philadelphia schools went virtual due to outbreaks of COVID-19 cases. The suspension of in-person learning comes as COVID spreads among children. A rowing group aiming to give access is badly hit by flooding. Plus, a new gubernatorial hopeful in Pennsylvania, Apple pushes for iPhone update amid hacks and fashion shines at the Met Gala. This is The...

  • The Lineup Sep 13

    Fly, Eagles Fly on the Road to Victory: The Lineup

    Philadelphia Eagles fans are riding high after a huge season-opening win in Atlanta. Police recovered a Temple police SUV after it was stolen by a woman and taken on a joyride. Plus, a key SEPTA line is back in service, a reported scuffle on the VMAs red carpet and Madonna being Madonna. This is The Lineup for Monday, Sept. 13, 2021.

  • The Lineup Sep 10

    Reacting to Biden's Vaccine Mandates: The Lineup

    President Joe Biden is pushing for COVID-19 vaccinations. The nation is pausing to remember those lost in the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks and the ensuing wars 20 years later. The Eagles prepare to fly in the season opener. Plus, the return of Six Flags Great Adventure’s Fright Fest, Amazon paying for employee’s college education and Facebook’s new smart glasses....

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