Lauren Dugan, FOX 29

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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Lauren:

2 teens shot near recreation center in Germantown, police say

Philadelphia police are investigating after a 15-year-old and 17-year-old were shot near a recreation center in the city's Germantown neighborhood. → Read More

Woman claims she saved herself, grandmother from house fire when cops refused to go inside

A Philadelphia woman who said she was pistol-whipped during a domestic dispute turned house fire claims she had to rescue herself and her grandmother when officers refused to go inside. → Read More

Woman rescued from house collapse in North Philadelphia

A house collapsed in North Philadelphia Friday afternoon with three people inside. → Read More

Shooting at SEPTA's City Hall station sends man, 43, to hospital

Philadelphia police are investigating another violent incident at SEPTA's City Hall station after a shooting sent a 43-year-old man to the hospital. → Read More

Vigil held for man fatally shot outside Philadelphia prison shortly after being released

Family and friends of Rodney Hargrove gathered to remember the young man who was shot and killed outside a Philadelphia prison Thursday morning, minutes after he was released. → Read More

DA: Boy, 13, charged in fatal shooting of 12-year-old sister inside Collegeville home

A 13-year-old boy is facing third-degree murder and related charges in the shooting death of his 12-year-old sister inside a Collegeville home, according to the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office. → Read More

Bucks County cheerleader’s mom accused of making ‘deepfakes’ of rivals

A Bucks County woman is accused of doctoring photos and video of her daughter’s cheerleading rivals to try to get them kicked off the squad, officials said. → Read More

Impact of COVID-19 remains as Camden County distributes its 100,000th vaccine

Camden County says they have given out over 100,000 vaccines county-wide, including first and second doses. As the FDA announced the approval of Johnson and Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine, County commissioners say appointments may be moved up to a faster timeline. → Read More

Bethlehem Health Department vaccinates 10,000 patients against COVID-19

Bethlehem Health Department tells FOX 29 that they have now vaccinated 10,000 patients. → Read More

Seniors losing vaccine appointments to people more tech-savvy

Many seniors say they are missing out on vaccine appointments if they aren’t technology-savvy. → Read More

Suspect accused of cloning debt cards, withdrawing thousands from ATMs in New Jersey

Mount Laurel police are advising residents to check their bank statements after shoppers at a southern New Jersey ShopRite may have had their debit cards cloned and money stolen from their bank accounts. → Read More

Camden County COVID-19 vaccine center to close for impending snowstorm

The expected snow is forcing some vaccine clinics to shut down operations next week. Camden County’s vaccine center says they will be closed Monday and Tuesday, and have already rescheduled over 500 patients for new appointments Wednesday. → Read More

Frustration mounts at COVID-19 vaccination site in Delaware City

Bumper to bumper lines of cars stretched for miles Saturday as chaos descended upon the Delaware DMV turned COVID-19 vaccination site. Some of the state's most vulnerable residents arrived for their appointment only to sit in traffic for hours on end. → Read More

Philadelphia restaurants battered by pandemic gleefully welcome diners back inside

The city is allowing restaurants, theaters and other indoor entertainment venues to reopen at 25 percent capacity in an effort to control the spread of COVD-19. Some in the industry say opening at any capacity during these winter months is better than nothing. → Read More

Family, friends remember fallen Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick

On National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, New Jersey National Guard members honored their fallen comrade, Officer Brian Sicknick, who died defending the U.S. Capitol in Wednesday’s violent riots. → Read More

Borough of Collingswood launches free delivery service supporting small businesses

Shopping small and getting deliveries just got easier in Collingswood. The borough is launching a free delivery service called "Collingswood Prime" hoping that you shop online from local stores, instead of Amazon and other big-box retailers. → Read More

Game On: Indoor sports resume in NJ with restrictions on capacity, travel

Indoor sports resumed in New Jersey on Saturday after coronavirus restrictions put seasons on hold for nearly a month in the Garden State. → Read More

Middletown Township family loses home to fire sparked while opening Christmas gifts

A Delaware County family lost everything they own in a Christmas morning fire. Now some neighbors are giving their own donations to help this family in need. → Read More

Bucks County residents hold auction for man after Santa suit stolen

For the last 25 years, Robert Piazza has dressed as Santa’s helper, visiting the boys and girls of Bucks County to spread some Christmas cheer. But a couple of weeks ago, someone landed themselves on the naughty list after they stole the Santa suit right out of his car. → Read More

Second round of stimulus checks on the way

The second round of stimulus checks is expected to put $600 bucks in your pocket, as well as subsidies for small businesses and schools. The money could arrive in your bank account as early as next week. → Read More