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Tim Jimenez


Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Tim:

Jim's Steaks hopes to reopen by June after last summer’s fire

Popular cheesesteak destination Jim’s South St. is promising a happy new year, with new details about its planned “epic Philly comeback” from a fire last summer that gutted the business. → Read More

Biden in Philadelphia tonight for a primetime address about threats against democracy

President Joe Biden will be at Independence Mall on Thursday evening to deliver a primetime address to the nation on what the White House is styling the fight to protect democracy and the battle for the soul of the nation. → Read More

Fire breaks out at Jim’s cheesesteaks on South Street

Firefighters are on the scene of a two-alarm fire at Jim’s South St. cheesesteaks. Officials say a fire started in the kitchen around 9 a.m. Friday. Companies started investigating smoke in the building around 9:25 a.m., fire officials say. → Read More

FDA fully approves Pfizer vaccine

The FDA fully approved Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, with an announcement coming as early as Monday. Health experts say this could lead to more people getting vaccinated and more schools and businesses mandating the shots. → Read More

Frontier Airlines stands with crew who duct-taped handsy, violent passenger to his seat

Frontier Airlines is now expressing full support of the crew that duct-taped an Ohio man to his seat on a flight from Philadelphia to Miami late Saturday night. Police say the passenger groped two flight attendants and punched another. → Read More

Juneteenth, commemorating end of U.S. slavery, to become federal holiday

Juneteenth has been an official holiday in Pennsylvania since 2019. Juneteenth events will form the backbone of Philadelphia’s celebration of independence this summer. And with Joe Biden’s signature, it will become the nation’s 12th federal holiday. → Read More

Pa. ends to-go cocktails, expanded outdoor drink service — making bar owners nervous

Bars and restaurants in Pennsylvania no longer are allowed to sell cocktails to go, now that Gov. Tom Wolf’s disaster declaration has officially been terminated by the state legislature. → Read More

Philly mask mandate lifted, though some places can still require them

Philadelphia’s last remaining major COVID-19 restrictions, including the indoor mask mandate, have officially been lifted. However, businesses are allowed to maintain mask policies that they feel are best for them. → Read More

FDA could authorize Pfizer vaccine for kids 12 to 15 years old as soon as next week

The FDA is expected to authorize Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for use on children between the ages of 12 and 15 early next week, according to a federal health official who spoke to CBS News. → Read More

U.S. hits milestone as half of adults have at least 1 dose of COVID vaccine

The U.S. hit a vaccine milestone - half of the adult population has gotten at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Read the latest details on Audacy. → Read More

UK first country to authorize Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

The United Kingdom on Wednesday authorized Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use. They’re the first country to do so. The rollout is expected to begin as early as next week. → Read More

AstraZeneca says its COVID-19 vaccine is up to 90% effective

AstraZeneca says the late-stage trials of its COVID-19 vaccine were “highly effective.” The company is now the third drugmaker to reveal positive vaccine developments over the last few weeks. → Read More

Gottahava Wawa? Get it online. Made-to-order food suspended in Philly during COVID-19 crisis

Wawa stores in Philadelphia are suspending made-to-order food service in all of its city locations in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Read more here. → Read More

Dedicated cannoli fans carry on sweet South Philly tradition

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — A little bit of rain didn’t stop many from continuing a sweet tradition in South Philadelphia: waiting in line for cannolis for Christmas. → Read More

Snow Preparations Underway As Region Gets Ready For Nor’Easter #4 «

PennDOT has 400 plus trucks ready to go, 70,000 tons of salt, and crews ready to plow and treat the roads and be available for anything else that may pop up. → Read More

Roads Across Region Spared After Latest Nor’easter

The snow fell for much of the morning rush around Richboro, Langhorne, Bensalem and Feasterville. → Read More

South Jersey Relatives Gather To Cheer On US Bob Sledder Elana Meyers Taylor

A family in South Jersey had an Olympic watch party early this morning to cheer for their favorite women’s bobsledder who was chasing her first gold medal. → Read More

Over 100 People Evacuated In 4-Alarm Old City Fire

More than 100 people were forced out of their homes or hotel rooms in the middle of the night because of a four alarm fire in Old City. → Read More

Minneapolis Mayor Welcomes Eagles Fans In Funny Video

The mayor of Minneapolis had a little fun while "welcoming" Eagles fans who are in town for the Super Bowl. → Read More

Philly Police Report Few Problems During Celebration Of Eagles Win

Philadelphia police say the vast majority of fans who were partying before and after the huge Eagles victory, did so peacefully. But there were several arrests. → Read More