Monday, September 22, 2014
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After a months-long delay, the Pennsylvania state House approved a bill authorizing the city of Philadelphia to impose a tax of $2 per pack on cigarettes to fund schools.
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Tonight, TV will be overflowing with fresh content for the first time since May sweeps. Three new shows will debut, a bunch of hits will have season...
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has lost 85 pound since undergoing lapband surgery early last year.
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Hill International is moving its headquarters from Marlton to Center City Philadelphia, Gov. Corbett announced today. Pennsylvania is offering Hill, a construction management and consulting firm, $1.7 million in incentives through three programs to relocate its headquarters and bring 222 jobs to Center City..
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Chaos broke out feet from Albert Einstein Medical Center today as gunshots cut through the late summer air. When the tension broke, it saw a teenage...
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Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey said Monday that the department has concluded its investigation into a Center City assault that left a gay couple seriously injured - and the District Attorney's Office is now reviewing the case.
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For more than two decades, Anthony Wright has lived with the title a Philadelphia jury gave him - rapist and murderer of 77-year-old Louise Talley, who was stabbed to death inside her Nicetown home on Oct. 19, 1991.
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A murder warrant has been issued in last month's double slaying and abduction of two men found stabbed, bound and beaten in the Schuylkill - and another who survived the attack and was stumbling along the river banks, police said Monday.
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The fiscal future of New Jersey and Gov. Chris Christie’s presidential ambitions hang in the balance as Trenton finally faces the $104 billion...
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A 25-year-old man was sentenced to 20 to 40 years in state prison after pleading guilty Friday to shooting his former friend to death in Malvern in November.
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BLOOMING GROVE, Pa. - Police hunting for alleged cop killer Eric Frein on Monday continued to prevent some residents from leaving or getting to their homes in the search area of Barrett and Price townships in Monroe County.
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Two people were killed and dozens of others were injured, including three who remain in critical condition this morning, after a tour bus crashed in...