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Howard Monroe

CBS Philly

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Howard:

New 988 Suicide Prevention Hotline To Launch Saturday Nationwide

The federal government is spending $430 million to launch the lifeline, but it's up to each state to fund its own program. → Read More

President Joe Biden Calling On Congress To Suspend Federal Gas Tax For Remainder Of Summer

President Joe Biden is calling on Congress to suspend the federal gas tax for the remainder of the summer to help ease the pain at the pump. → Read More

PPA Adding Patrols To Monitor Illegally Parked Cars In Bike Lanes Amid Growing Number Of Bicyclists Killed In Philly

In a new report from PennDOT, the number of bicyclists killed in Philly is growing. → Read More

Jason Derulo, Ava Max To Headline Wawa Welcome America Festival

This year's edition of Welcome America will be a two-week festival held between June 19 and July 4. → Read More

SEPTA To Add More Security Guards On Market Frankford, Broad Street Lines

SEPTA said the guards will serve as extra eyes and ears for transit police and will engage with customers about the rules of riding. → Read More

Gas Prices Soar Past $4 In Philadelphia Region For 1st Time Since 2008

Gas prices in Philadelphia skyrocketed by 14 cents in just one day. → Read More

South Jersey Woman Claims Implicit Bias Kept Her From Adopting Dog For 2 Years: ‘I Was Humiliated’

Miller says she was not implicitly asked about her race but says she was asked one particularly troubling question. → Read More

Cheese Produced By Walter B. Saul High School Students Being Sold At Local Philly Markets

A program at Walter B. Saul High School is selling cheese from their farm. → Read More

How Councilmember Bobby Henon’s Conviction Could Bring Changes To Philadelphia’s City Council

Some councilmembers are saying members shouldn't be allowed to keep their second jobs. → Read More

Trenton’s Emergency Radio System In Danger Of Going Silent Due To Feud Between Mayor, City Council President

It's because of a growing feud between the mayor and the city council president. → Read More

Sixers Fall To Brooklyn Nets In Home Opener As Ben Simmons Saga Continues

Sixers fans are waking up after a tough night at the Wells Fargo Center. → Read More

Suspect Arrested In South Jersey After Firing Shots At Police, Stealing Philadelphia SWAT Vehicle

A wild chase ended with a suspect and a police officer shot in Washington Township, New Jersey. → Read More

High Gas Prices Expected To Linger Throughout Summer Driving Season, AAA Says

If your summer travel plans include driving, expect to pay more at the pump. → Read More

Delaware Sending 20-Person Crew Out West To Help Fight Wildfires

The Wildland Fire Crew packed up their gear on Wednesday morning in Blackbird State Forest in Smyrna. → Read More

Philadelphia Officials To Announce Plans To Reopen MLK Drive To Vehicle Traffic On August 4

All good things must come to an end. → Read More

Bloktoberfest Volunteers Stepping Up To Tackle Philadelphia’s Trash Problem

Volunteers are stepping up to tackle Philly's trash problem. → Read More

Philly Pride Presents Disbands, Cancels Festival After ‘Irresponsible’ Social Media Post

Condemnation for Philly Pride Presents after the group abruptly shut down and canceled its Pride festival that was scheduled for September. → Read More

Philadelphia Police Leaders Outline Plan To Combat Deadly Uptick In Violence As Unofficial Start Of Summer Arrives

Police say they will be out in force this weekend and the rest of summer as crime data continues to trend in the wrong direction. → Read More

‘Nobody Wants To Pay More’: The Procrastinator’s Guide To Tax Day 2021 As Offered By Philadelphia Accountants

Don't look now, but it's almost tax time. → Read More

Mothers Who Lost Sons To Gun Violence Gather At Dell Music Center To Receive Potted Flower On Mother’s Day

The gun violence epidemic is not letting up across the country and hours after a group of moms mourned their losses in public, homicide detectives were on the move as more teens died from gunshot wounds in the city. → Read More